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Good work! What's he playing on?

I have a feeling that Switch users are still getting used to it so it's not quite so tough out there.


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Good work! What's he playing on?

I have a feeling that Switch users are still getting used to it so it's not quite so tough out there.

Interesting!

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My sister and her husband are over from South Africa, staying with one of their sons and his family in Cardiff. They usually make a trip to Manchester to visit us and some old friends while they’re here, but we decided to drive down on Friday, stay over in a Hotel and make a surprise visit to them on Saturday, staying over on Saturday night and driving back today.

As it was a last minute decision to go, we had a problem finding a room, as The Stones were playing in Cardiff on Friday night, but I finally managed to book a room in Caerphilly Premier inn. We arrived just after 9pm, only to be told they had double booked the room and so they had no vacancies. The manager was very apologetic and was trying all hotels in the area to see if any had vacancies, and we were psyching ourselves up to turn up at my nephew’s to ask to doss down anywhere, when the manager found a room. In Bristol. Around 30 miles away. He called the hotel to ensure they’d hold the room for us, and asked if we wanted to book for two nights. I told him we were visiting relatives in Cardiff, so he said he'd book a room in Caerphilly for Saturday night, free of charge. It’s around an hour’s drive from Caerphilly to Bristol, so not too bad.

We had a great visit in Cardiff on Saturday, and when we booked in at Caerphilly last night, we not only got the room free, but full breakasts for this morning as well.

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My sister and her husband are over from South Africa, staying with one of their sons and his family in Cardiff. They usually make a trip to Manchester to visit us and some old friends while they’re here, but we decided to drive down on Friday, stay over in a Hotel and make a surprise visit to them on Saturday, staying over on Saturday night and driving back today.

As it was a last minute decision to go, we had a problem finding a room, as The Stones were playing in Cardiff on Friday night, but I finally managed to book a room in Caerphilly Premier inn. We arrived just after 9pm, only to be told they had double booked the room and so they had no vacancies. The manager was very apologetic and was trying all hotels in the area to see if any had vacancies, and we were psyching ourselves up to turn up at my nephew’s to ask to doss down anywhere, when the manager found a room. In Bristol. Around 30 miles away. He called the hotel to ensure they’d hold the room for us, and asked if we wanted to book for two nights. I told him we were visiting relatives in Cardiff, so he said he'd book a room in Caerphilly for Saturday night, free of charge. It’s around an hour’s drive from Caerphilly to Bristol, so not too bad.

We had a great visit in Cardiff on Saturday, and when we booked in at Caerphilly last night, we not only got the room free, but full breakasts for this morning as well.


At first I was >:( then I was >:| at the end I was :D.

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My softball club has two teams now. The first team (that I occasionally play for) plays in East Midlands Softball League Division 1, and the second team (which I captain) plays in Division 3.

The second team finished joint-top of Spring League D3 with the same points and wins as another team but missed out on the championship due to a 0-2 head-to-head record.

The first team finished joint-top of Spring League D1 with the same number of points, wins, head-to-head record (1-1) and runs allowed so the championship will be decided on the toss of a coin!

While gutted to have missed out on promotion I'm really proud of our efforts and think it may have come a bit too soon anyway. Half of our team are either brand new or in their second season, and we would probably struggled. Hopefully we can keep playing well in the Summer League and get promoted in time for spring 2019!

We've also reached five tournament finals and lost them all, but I haven't been involved due to lack of funds.

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Kris wrote:
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My sister and her husband are over from South Africa, staying with one of their sons and his family in Cardiff. They usually make a trip to Manchester to visit us and some old friends while they’re here, but we decided to drive down on Friday, stay over in a Hotel and make a surprise visit to them on Saturday, staying over on Saturday night and driving back today.

As it was a last minute decision to go, we had a problem finding a room, as The Stones were playing in Cardiff on Friday night, but I finally managed to book a room in Caerphilly Premier inn. We arrived just after 9pm, only to be told they had double booked the room and so they had no vacancies. The manager was very apologetic and was trying all hotels in the area to see if any had vacancies, and we were psyching ourselves up to turn up at my nephew’s to ask to doss down anywhere, when the manager found a room. In Bristol. Around 30 miles away. He called the hotel to ensure they’d hold the room for us, and asked if we wanted to book for two nights. I told him we were visiting relatives in Cardiff, so he said he'd book a room in Caerphilly for Saturday night, free of charge. It’s around an hour’s drive from Caerphilly to Bristol, so not too bad.

We had a great visit in Cardiff on Saturday, and when we booked in at Caerphilly last night, we not only got the room free, but full breakasts for this morning as well.


At first I was >:( then I was >:| at the end I was :D.

What a rollercoaster of emotions.


That’s why it’s in the ‘Nay’ but ‘Yay’ thread.

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I see so you call them dimlies here not emoticons?


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I see so you call them dimlies here not emoticons?

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Also we could be about to get into a debate about the difference between emoticons and similes.

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Also we could be about to get into a debate about the difference between emoticons and similes.

And emoji.


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Also we could be about to get into a debate about the difference between emoticons and similes.

How about a debate about the difference between emoticons and smilies?

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Also we could be about to get into a debate about the difference between emoticons and similes.


A simile is like a metaphor, an emoticon is a smiley.

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Also we could be about to get into a debate about the difference between emoticons and similes.


A simile is like a metaphor, an emoticon is a smiley.



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Last night my XB1X decided to throw the "Quantum Break corruption" spaz. Basically if you install QB on a 1X it can lead to save game corruption. And it did, too. I had to reset the console (the lite one without losing all your shit). I'm hoping it works now as it's a very enjoyable game.

Any way the yay came when the code for another 3 months Live worked after resetting the console. I already put 3 months on, but then got a decent deal on another 3 months. However for three days it refused to add, saying something about region (which I then spent about two hours setting to UK on two PCs and my console etc).

So now I am all paid up (god, it hurts) until December :)

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The smoke alarm on my landing went off last night at around midnight. There wasn't a fire or anything so I'm putting it down to it being really hot at the moment.

I hope it doesn't happen again tonight. It scared the life out of me!


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That reminds me, I need to buy smoke alarms.

Remember to buy a CO2 sensor for near the kitchen to save it going off all the time when you make toast

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That reminds me, I need to buy smoke alarms.

Remember to buy a CO2 sensor for near the kitchen to save it going off all the time when you make toast

Also if you've got a wood-burning stove.

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My softball club has two teams now. The first team (that I occasionally play for) plays in East Midlands Softball League Division 1, and the second team (which I captain) plays in Division 3.

The second team finished joint-top of Spring League D3 with the same points and wins as another team but missed out on the championship due to a 0-2 head-to-head record.

The first team finished joint-top of Spring League D1 with the same number of points, wins, head-to-head record (1-1) and runs allowed so the championship will be decided on the toss of a coin!

While gutted to have missed out on promotion I'm really proud of our efforts and think it may have come a bit too soon anyway. Half of our team are either brand new or in their second season, and we would probably struggled. Hopefully we can keep playing well in the Summer League and get promoted in time for spring 2019!

We've also reached five tournament finals and lost them all, but I haven't been involved due to lack of funds.

In incredible scenes it turns out we read the rules incorrectly and it's only runs allowed versus the teams you're tied with that counts. So we won Division 3. :attitude:

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Lonewolves wrote:
Lonewolves wrote:
My softball club has two teams now. The first team (that I occasionally play for) plays in East Midlands Softball League Division 1, and the second team (which I captain) plays in Division 3.

The second team finished joint-top of Spring League D3 with the same points and wins as another team but missed out on the championship due to a 0-2 head-to-head record.

The first team finished joint-top of Spring League D1 with the same number of points, wins, head-to-head record (1-1) and runs allowed so the championship will be decided on the toss of a coin!

While gutted to have missed out on promotion I'm really proud of our efforts and think it may have come a bit too soon anyway. Half of our team are either brand new or in their second season, and we would probably struggled. Hopefully we can keep playing well in the Summer League and get promoted in time for spring 2019!

We've also reached five tournament finals and lost them all, but I haven't been involved due to lack of funds.

In incredible scenes it turns out we read the rules incorrectly and it's only runs allowed versus the teams you're tied with that counts. So we won Division 3. :attitude:


Winners!

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Are you famous now?

Not even slightly. :D

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Are you going to get fucked up by the division 2 teams next season?

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Fuck yes!

Are you famous now?

Not even slightly. :D


I know who you are which is more than about 30% of names in our celebrity deadpool.

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Are you famous now?

Not even slightly. :D


I know who you are which is more than about 30% of names in our deadpool.


This sounds slightly threatening.

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Are you going to get fucked up by the division 2 teams next season?

It's the Division 1 teams I'm worried about, including our first team.

There's actually cross-divisional play so we already played all the Division 2 teams in the spring league, as well as all D3 teams twice. Now we're in D2 ourselves we play everyone in all three divisions.

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There's actually cross-divisional play so we already played all the Division 2 teams in the spring league, as well as all D3 teams twice. Now we're in D2 ourselves we play everyone in all three divisions.


I..I. ..

So, there's 3 divisions or 1 division with echelons?

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Lonewolves wrote:

There's actually cross-divisional play so we already played all the Division 2 teams in the spring league, as well as all D3 teams twice. Now we're in D2 ourselves we play everyone in all three divisions.


I..I. ..

So, there's 3 divisions or 1 division with echelons?

It's not much different to the way MLB operates. They have two leagues with three divisions each and everyone plays inter-divisionally (there's even inter-league play now).

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So... 1 division?

Nope, because you're still only rated against the teams in your division according to the standings.

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It makes for amusing tables like our Division 3 this season where the three top teams all lost more games than they won and tied for 1st place.

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My daughter has some work in an exhibition which is anti-Trump and is running tomorrow night and Saturday to coincide with his visit. I can’t make it as I’m out of town. The big yay is that the Evening Standard have featured the show on their website and Carys’s effort is no 13 in the gallery.
https://www.standard.co.uk/go/london/ar ... 85836.html

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My daughter has some work in an exhibition which is anti-Trump and is running tomorrow night and Saturday to coincide with his visit. I can’t make it as I’m out of town. The big yay is that the Evening Standard have featured the show on their website and Carys’s effort is no 13 in the gallery.
https://www.standard.co.uk/go/london/ar ... 85836.html


I like it, i'm not sure I get it though :) . Is be about to be impaled by his own writings? I'm not sure how the pencil links to twitter, other than the abstract writing idea.


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My daughter has some work in an exhibition which is anti-Trump and is running tomorrow night and Saturday to coincide with his visit. I can’t make it as I’m out of town. The big yay is that the Evening Standard have featured the show on their website and Carys’s effort is no 13 in the gallery.
https://www.standard.co.uk/go/london/ar ... 85836.html


I like it, i'm not sure I get it though :) . Is be about to be impaled by his own writings? I'm not sure how the pencil links to twitter, other than the abstract writing idea.

Isn’t the theme of the show Artists against Trump?

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DBSnappa wrote:
Trooper wrote:
DBSnappa wrote:
My daughter has some work in an exhibition which is anti-Trump and is running tomorrow night and Saturday to coincide with his visit. I can’t make it as I’m out of town. The big yay is that the Evening Standard have featured the show on their website and Carys’s effort is no 13 in the gallery.
https://www.standard.co.uk/go/london/ar ... 85836.html


I like it, i'm not sure I get it though :) . Is be about to be impaled by his own writings? I'm not sure how the pencil links to twitter, other than the abstract writing idea.

Isn’t the theme of the show Artists against Trump?


Ah, so the pencil is a representation of art or the artist. Hmmm...


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My daughter has some work in an exhibition which is anti-Trump and is running tomorrow night and Saturday to coincide with his visit. I can’t make it as I’m out of town. The big yay is that the Evening Standard have featured the show on their website and Carys’s effort is no 13 in the gallery.
https://www.standard.co.uk/go/london/ar ... 85836.html

Much as I like Carys's picture, I can't get enough of #12 (the one with the dogs).

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DBSnappa wrote:
My daughter has some work in an exhibition which is anti-Trump and is running tomorrow night and Saturday to coincide with his visit. I can’t make it as I’m out of town. The big yay is that the Evening Standard have featured the show on their website and Carys’s effort is no 13 in the gallery.
https://www.standard.co.uk/go/london/ar ... 85836.html

Much as I like Carys's picture, I can't get enough of #12 (the one with the dogs).

Yeah, I liked that one as well.

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