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roxpix 11 2.2k 11 Scotland
20 May 2011 5:00PM
Do we have a time on this? I have a Tee booked for 8:15 & wondering if its should just be 9 holes or if I have time for 18?
macroman e2
11 15.3k England
20 May 2011 5:10PM
It's rather worrying isn't it?
After all he will be right one day.
Trouble is we don't know when. Grin


Any one want to buy my anti-apocalypse tablets? 1000 for 3.
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MeanGreeny e2
9 3.7k England
20 May 2011 5:13PM
He'll be an hour late - nobody told him it was BST
20 May 2011 5:43PM
Oh bugger, i'm helping a mate on Sunday with his informal (Aunty with her finger up her nose) wedding shots, best get on the blower to him
franken e2
12 3.3k 4 Wales
20 May 2011 5:55PM
Damn I've just renewed my insurance for a year! Smile


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mikehit e2
5 7.1k 11 United Kingdom
20 May 2011 6:05PM
When I worked at ICI (many, many moons ago) one of the senior managers was telling me that at the time of the Cuban missile crisis prices of a property and shares were dropping because of the uncertainty. The pensions fund managers decided to buy up while everyone else was selling and when asked why the (unofficial) explanation was that if it all went tits up who cares, and if it doesn't prices will rise and they will make a healthy profit.
mikehit e2
5 7.1k 11 United Kingdom
20 May 2011 6:11PM
Actually it is all too late. According to some, the Rapture happened centuries ago and the chosen few are up in heaven laughing their rocks off at us caught down here in this miserable world with our famine, wars, disease, poverty and Kelvin Mackenzie.

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