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xoggoth
11th September 2005, 10:38
Example:

http://www.geographypages.co.uk/journal.htm

Just happened to find this while looking for school addresses for another batch of flyers. On December 24th the copy of Front Page 2002 he ordered on the net arrived! Wow! No wish to knock this chap in partular, my life is even more boring, but I just wonder why people feel the need to post their diaries on line at all?

PS. When I wanted to clean my teeth this morning I found the tube was empty. I had to go down and get a new one from the cupboard in the kitchen. I hoped you enjoyed sharing that exciting moment with me.

PPS. They are not all dull tho. Like this lady. She also has great taste in her inclusions!

http://lifeastrin.blogspot.com/2005_05_01_lifeastrin_archive.html

PPPPS Ah yes! Have been reading a few more of these bloggs and I understand now! It's therapy!

trinity
11th November 2005, 17:02
How about this little Gem?
bees and more Bees (http://web.ukonline.co.uk/roger.bee/index2.html) :banana:

n5gooner
11th November 2005, 17:47
How about this little Gem?
bees and more Bees (http://web.ukonline.co.uk/roger.bee/index2.html) :banana:

but the young Bees home page is not working.

xoggoth
11th November 2005, 17:57
Works for me.

What sort of contracting do you do then Mrs Trinity? You are just hoping that Prawn is around arent you??

threaded
11th November 2005, 18:01
I only did it 'cause I knew how much it'd annoy some of you... :banana:

PRC1964
11th November 2005, 18:30
Well I recently got sent a link to this site: pages.videotron.com/wickens/me.html (http://pages.videotron.com/wickens/me.html)

Mr Mark Wickens has an interesting life.

DimPrawn
11th November 2005, 19:15
Works for me.

What sort of contracting do you do then Mrs Trinity? You are just hoping that Prawn is around arent you??

I'm here!

:banana:

OwlHoot
11th November 2005, 19:22
PPS. They are not all dull tho. Like this lady. She also has great taste in her inclusions!

http://lifeastrin.blogspot.com/2005_05_01_lifeastrin_archive.html

Got to admit she's uncovered an amazing religious book, if the blurb is to be believed.

Chico should order a copy without delay:

Elements of Arousal: How to Write and Sell Gay Men's Erotica (http://www.alibris.com/search/search.cfm?qwork=2000201&wauth=Eighner%2C%20Lars&matches=6&qsort=r&cm_re=works*listing*title)


About this title: Many churches are not growing simply because their calendars leave little for the non-Christian "seeker" to get excited about. This book focuses on the simplicity of Christ's ministry, enabling you to minister to all individuals without overwhelming new Christians or leaving mature Christians unchallenged. Includes a study guide.