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PostPosted: Fri Jun 20, 2008 9:57 
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So i probably will be going to liverpool next month for my work, any beex'ers from there? i probably will fly to manchester, so those people might rtaise there hand too, would love a beer/game meet

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Arse, if my July wasn't so full I'd be up for this.

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It is! I'm just over a stone's throw away from Liverpool, and can smell it quite potently.


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 Post subject: Re: Romanista goes UK
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I can 'do' Manchester quite easily, and would love the chance to meet some more of you. Sorry ;)

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Unrelatedly, I will be in Stockport for a course next Sunday/Monday/Tuesday night. I could mosey into Manchester on one of those evenings if anyone fancied a drink.

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i'll be there 20august (evneing)/21 august (during the day)

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mmm, on wednesday 20th i'll be there rather late 22hrs i land in l'pool, but hey, i'm game if you are), but i have the afternoon the day after in liverpool , so any takers?

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10pm is too late for me mid-week sorry, chap, and I'll be working on the thursday.


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 Post subject: Re: Romanista goes UK
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10pm on a school night is too late for me, and I'll be at work the day after - I can't spare any holidays either, this year. That's a shame.


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 Post subject: Re: Romanista goes UK
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shame, luckily matt (form Wos/Wotr) will be their for some gaming and stuff, more scousers here?

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Merseyside Mayhem

The joys of low cost travelling made me touch down in the city of the 5 times European Cup winner long after midnight. Luckily the proponent of Umihara Kawasa, Matt, stood on John Lennon Airport with a sign Rick "Mario" Lindeman. He brought me to my hotel.

It would be a short visit, I would spent only 16 hours in the lands of her most royal majesty, Elisabeth II. Thursday, a rainy morning as one would expect on the shores of the Irish see, I had to work. John, from Austin Analytics picked me up, and brought me to an English breakfast bar. Brown., and wood, and without presumption. The corner stone of English Society.

We went to talk with the boss of Mersey Travel, so naturally we used Liverpool's underground. It was a combination of older rail lines, refurbished some 30 years ago. The boss himself was approachable and told us about all his new projects, his submarine and South Parkway Station. He would join us at Link

I went to see South Parkway Station. It lay lush in the green fields, and really open and sustainable, but without many passengers. I had forgotten how England looked, with its typics stone houses and streets. The city was filled with Lamb Bananas, decorated copies of a a famous sculpture, made for Liverpool Culture Capital 2008.

Back at Lime Street, after train trip through an impressive gorge of Lime Stone, Matt was there and went to Sapporo, a Tepanyaki restaurant. This was good food and good for my understanding of Liverpool. As we set there, 3 girls, who could be footballers wifes joined us at the table. They were dressed up, a bit sleazy but up to alevel, and i will never forget their accents.

We enjoyed the cheaper Video Games, at Liverpool One, the new mega real estate urban renewal (good or bad, you decide) in the centre of the city. Later we went to see both Goodison Park and Anfield road, mere metres from eachother. Matt had been a blue boy all his life, but explained being blue didn't mean you had to be that anti-red. Respect was given to the victims of the hillsborough disaster.

It was almost time to go home, we drove through Penny Lane, back to John Lennon Airport. Meanwhile in Peking, we won the Waterpolo and marathon swimming. We competed at our own Olympics, getting our DSs out and playing New International Track and field,and of course Mario Kart.

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Nice one Rick, pity it was poor timing for people really. Glad you had a good time though. :)

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 Post subject: Re: Romanista goes UK
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I didn't know Liverpool had an underground system! How cute!


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Yeah, a widdly little scouse underground system! Crazyness.


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 Post subject: Re: Romanista goes UK
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Glasgow has an underground as well, that really is cute, tiny orange cylindrical trains.

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kalmar wrote:
Glasgow has an underground as well, that really is cute, tiny orange cylindrical trains.

Glad you had a good time there romanista.


And Newcastle. Or at least, they have underground tunnels. We stood there waiting for about half an hour and didn't see a single train, so maybe it's just tunnels.


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 Post subject: Re: Romanista goes UK
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i'llbe there again march 25th

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i'llbe there again march 25th

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i'llbe there again march 25th

Should have made if Feb.

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i'llbe there again march 25th

Should have made if Feb.

That would have been most serendipitous (again). A Beex Amsterdam meet would be very very cool though... Myp?

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you're welcome in amsterdam ofcourse, (too) cheap for the brits to come too. And my house is ofcourse a great stadium for a swos tourney final ;)

I'll be in liverpool for work march 25th in the afternoon, I'll post my travelling schedule here when i know it, so we can look if we can make something work

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guys, not sure if i have ttime to have a drink on you,
i'll be there from 10-1830 hrs on me day only,

but is therre a good bookstore ( maybe to buy "tor", altough amazon might be cheaper anyway) or a great gamestore, i can visit in the morning?

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well, i was there....

as said on twitter, i am continuously surprised by the eagerness of english (or according to mimi liverpudlian) women to show of their buxom's this early in spring.. I don't mind it for a day, natch, but doesn't it make them look a bit cheap?

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Everyone likes buxoms though, romanista.


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Everyone likes buxoms though, romanista.


Especially for pillows.


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...but doesn't it make them look a bit cheap?

Yeah but like most expensive things, you're just paying for the packaging. No frills FTW!

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Everyone likes buxoms though, romanista.

No one* likes an adjective used as a noun.

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kalmar wrote:
Everyone likes buxoms though, romanista.

No one* likes an adjective used as a noun.

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Especially not the possessive form :)

(explanation: you meant 'bosoms', romanista. Buxom is the term for, erm, large bosoms. Good language isn't it?)


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Everyone likes buxoms though, romanista.

No one* likes an adjective used as a noun.

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Bollockses

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I am a big fan of the word 'Buxoms' and plan to use it as often as possible.

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Yes, it'd be a good replacement for num-nums.


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It has a pleasingly archaic ring to it - "Gadzooks! Check out yonder buxoms! I would fain emit 'pon those pleasing globes!"


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Everyone likes buxoms though, romanista.

No one* likes an adjective used as a noun.

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You like an adjective used as a noun? Eww!

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Buxoms are ace. Welcome to Liverpool!


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s saidi. A thread i couldn’t find.. i’m now near york,next week in coventry and the weekend in london. Any beexers near coventry?

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