Viewing entries posted in May 2011

Flick Colby

Posted by Mike Fleming <mike-at-tauzero.co.uk> on 31 May 2011 | 0 Comments

I don't think anyone else has posted this. Flick Colby has danced off
this mortal coil:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-13590366

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Re: Oh dear

Posted by Adamx <bassspine-at-gmail.com> on 31 May 2011 | 0 Comments

On 31 May 2011 21:50, Richard <rkm@mypostoffice.co.uk> wrote:

> Julia
>
> >Yep, ill informed.
>
> "Who are the Beatles?"
>
>
"a popular beat combo, m'lud"[1]


[1]I love saying/tryping[2] that
[2]SMLIFCE

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"I finally concluded that all failure was from a wobbling will rather than
a wobbling wheel." Frances Willard Feminist cyclist ~1893

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Re: Ixion@Cadwell 2011.....

Posted by "Jack Stringer (m)" <ixion-at-stringertrailriding.com> on 31 May 2011 | 0 Comments

Well I saw a agricultural repair van today with the words "In more fields t=
han you can imagine". Very apt for ixies (druid, newton, inky).


Jack
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Sent from my mobile so excuse the spelling mistakes.

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Re: Ixion@Cadwell 2011.....

Posted by Paul_P <paulpixion-at-googlemail.com> on 31 May 2011 | 0 Comments

On Tue, May 31, 2011 at 10:53 PM, Paul_P <paulpixion@googlemail.com> wrote:
>> Ixion@Cadwell 2011 - "Lean it like you mean it."
>>
>> Well, that's the t-shirt competition sorted then. ;)
>>
>> Greg
>
> I thought it was going to be
>
> "Ixion@Cadwell XV - Oh bloody hell, not again".


ps - where the choccy option for the dessert?

P

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Re: Ixion@Cadwell 2011.....

Posted by Paul_P <paulpixion-at-googlemail.com> on 31 May 2011 | 0 Comments

> Ixion@Cadwell 2011 - "Lean it like you mean it."
>
> Well, that's the t-shirt competition sorted then. ;)
>
> Greg

I thought it was going to be

"Ixion@Cadwell XV - Oh bloody hell, not again".

Paul

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Re: Ixion@Cadwell 2011.....

Posted by Druid <fastdruid-at-gmail.com> on 31 May 2011 | 0 Comments

On 31 May 2011 18:17, Russell Brown <russell@lls.lls.com> wrote:

>
> Shhhhhhhhhh..... don't tell the non-Ixies but the booking's open for
> Ixion@Cadwell 2011!
>

Wooo! :-)

<bounce>[1]

Druid

[1] Please leave this tag open, I suspect someone closed it last time and I
didn't. :-/
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Re: Ixion@Cadwell 2011.....

Posted by Greg Gladwell <greg-at-theredpill.org> on 31 May 2011 | 0 Comments

On Tue, May 31, 2011 at 08:10:32PM +0100, mike newton wrote:
> On 31 May 2011 19:02, Keith Bennett <keith.m.bennett@gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 31 May 2011 18:17, Russell Brown <russell@lls.lls.com> wrote:
> >>
> >> Shhhhhhhhhh.....  don't tell the non-Ixies but the booking's open for
> >> Ixion@Cadwell 2011!
> > [...]
> >
> > Van booked ages ago. Shed booked ages ago. Leave booked ages ago.
> > Tracktime, t-shirt and dinner booked and paid for mere moments ago.
> > Count me in.
> > Cheers, Ruffle.
> Wot he said...

Thirded.

Which is a relief, as it means that all of Team Cheese will be in attendance.
Good job, as we're racing at Cadwell on the Sunday in the No Budget Cup. I'm
sure I speak for the team when I say we'd welcome support from anyone who wants
to hang around. We'll have a number of pit passes, although I'm not sure how
many.

Ixion@Cadwell 2011 - "Lean it like you mean it."

Well, that's the t-shirt competition sorted then. ;)

Greg

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A prerequisite of losing it is having had it in the first place.

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Re: Oh dear

Posted by swixie <swixie-at-gmail.com> on 31 May 2011 | 0 Comments

On Tue, May 31, 2011 at 09:41:26PM +0100, H D wrote:
> Mark Hodson <Mark@markhodson.com> wrote:
> > Julia Amsbury said:
> >
> >>Or is your point that he is "unclean" in some way, and therefore should
> >>not be working with food? In which case, please take your prejudiced,
> >>ill-informed comments elsewhere.
> >
> > Food prep.
> > Knives/ graters/ mandolins...
> > Special blue plasters...
> >
> > Ill informed?
>
> Undoubtedly. If the man has been working in a restaurant for any
> length of time, then I'm sure he - who is, after all, the expert in
> his own condition - will have researched very carefully what risk he
> poses to others in a catering environment.
>
> Besides, if you injure yourself on knives, graters, mandolins and so
> on that's a hygiene risk whatever your health. It's an occupational
> hazard, and again, I'm sure the chap concerned has worked out how to
> be safe.

Han's right. And there are far greater public health risks from people with far more life-threatening conditions than HIV. Check out Typhoid Mary http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Typhoid_Mary. HIV is to all intents and purposes a nil risk, unless you're going to exchange body fluids by direct and penetrative contact.

Given your prominent public position and responsibilities, I think you should be fully informed and trained in the subject. If you were you wouldn't responsibly have made the statements that provoked Julia's just response.

Stuart
--
If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem.

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RE: Oh dear

Posted by "Oli Howson" <ixion-at-badllama.net> on 31 May 2011 | 0 Comments

Having spoken to Anna about this, it could be three ways.

One, could be that he's made some mistakes in the past, but is working hard
to right himself and needs to be given a chance. This guy will have done all
the homework to make sure he's safe.
Two, bent bloke that's "working" five days a week to pay for his heroin
addiction, which means he's chopping veg and washing pots in the kitchen
when he can make it into work. This guy will not have done his homework. I'd
not be bothered about the chances of him passing HIV through the food, but
wouldn't necessarily trust his ideas about personal hygiene.
Three, something else completely.

Why am I joining in on this one - it's nice to not be on the receiving end
of anything!

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RE: Oh dear

Posted by "Richard" <rkm-at-mypostoffice.co.uk> on 31 May 2011 | 0 Comments

Julia

>Yep, ill informed.

"Who are the Beatles?"

Courts of today...


Cheers

Richard

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roof and gets stuck."
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