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Old 07-27-2008, 10:40 AM   #451
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Wait, I have two Radiohead songs in here. How did that happen??

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Whee! That should be awesome for them.
Yeah, the lucky buggers are off to plenty of places I'd like to visit.

Though I was kind of horrified when they bought the campervan initially. I think my first words were "you're not THAT old yet!"
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Okay, so you don't like that. How about measuring how much static electricity we can generate? I know where there are electricity meters...
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Wait, I have two Radiohead songs in here. How did that happen??

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Cut them both.
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Yeah, the lucky buggers are off to plenty of places I'd like to visit.

Though I was kind of horrified when they bought the campervan initially. I think my first words were "you're not THAT old yet!"
*also jealous*

Campervans = senility? We've had one since I was a tiny person... Mum and Dad and I used to go on holidays in it all the time. Until I got too big to fit in the makeshift bunk dad rigged above the bed/seat thing... (and my brother was born. )
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One of them is Electioneering
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*also jealous*

Campervans = senility? We've had one since I was a tiny person... Mum and Dad and I used to go on holidays in it all the time. Until I got too big to fit in the makeshift bunk dad rigged above the bed/seat thing...
I'm just thinking of the "grey army" or whatever those old geezers are called who buy campervans and spend months wandering aimlessly about Australia ... like Mum and Alan are going to do. Of course, it'd be cheaper and more comfortable than any other method I can think of, but the point stands!
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One of them is Electioneering
Still, cut them both.

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I'm just thinking of the "grey army" or whatever those old geezers are called who buy campervans and spend months wandering aimlessly about Australia ... like Mum and Alan are going to do. Of course, it'd be cheaper and more comfortable than any other method I can think of, but the point stands!
Ah... well, good on them. I hope I can do that when I retire!
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Still, cut them both.

H8r.

I'm still 0.3 hours over the limit, so you never know!
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H8r.

I'm still 0.3 hours over the limit, so you never know!


I'll just bask in the comfort of being 3 minutes and some seconds under the limit ...
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Ah... well, good on them. I hope I can do that when I retire!
I hope I can buy a train and get someone to drive me around the network.

Might need to get rich to do that, though.
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I'll just bask in the comfort of being 3 minutes and some seconds under the limit ...
Organised person

I can't even figure out what 0.3 hours IS. Twenty minutes??
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