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    Quote Originally Posted by MarillionFan View Post
    Raining ash now. I now know what it feels to be in Pompei. I hope I don’t get frozen in time
    We've all had a BBQ go wrong, don't take it too hard...

    PS - if you do get frozen in time, time will have far greater issues to deal with than you...
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    Bloody weather. Now blowing a hooley, big black clouds of smoke overhead and the whole place is black with ash.

    Not sure they have this fire thing under control, so planning to head to the bar later, have a load of pints then wonder up to it and relieve myself, that should put it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarillionFan View Post
    Bloody weather. Now blowing a hooley, big black clouds of smoke overhead and the whole place is black with ash.

    Not sure they have this fire thing under control, so planning to head to the bar later, have a load of pints then wonder up to it and relieve myself, that should put it out.
    Edmund Slackbladder to the rescue. (It's "wander" btw. - And then you could rent yourself out to some of the other firespots, I reckon the Californians will at least pay for a business class ticket - really not sure the Greeks will though).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mordac View Post
    Edmund Slackbladder to the rescue. (It's "wander" btw. - And then you could rent yourself out to some of the other firespots, I reckon the Californians will at least pay for a business class ticket - really not sure the Greeks will though).

    Mmmm.

    Can see flames on the horizon now.

    Pfarrrrrttttt.
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