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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I thought that it was DAH! DAH! DAAAH! heralding Rob's return.
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2018-09-13 19:43:44 UTC
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I thought that it was DAH! DAH! DAAAH! heralding Rob's return.
Obvs ;)
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2018-09-13 21:11:10 UTC
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I thought that it was DAH! DAH! DAAAH! heralding Rob's return.
Obvs ;)
Yes, as soon as Helen said they would always be safe now I thought it
was a dangerous thing to say. SWs would pounce. Or was that just so we
would worry about it? Double bluff?
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2018-09-13 21:38:04 UTC
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I thought that it was DAH! DAH! DAAAH! heralding Rob's return.
Obvs ;)
Yes, as soon as Helen said they would always be safe now I thought it
was a dangerous thing to say. SWs would pounce. Or was that just so we
would worry about it? Double bluff?
It rattled my cage back then
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Sally Thompson
2018-09-13 22:39:30 UTC
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I thought that it was DAH! DAH! DAAAH! heralding Rob's return.
Obvs ;)
Yes, as soon as Helen said they would always be safe now I thought it
was a dangerous thing to say. SWs would pounce. Or was that just so we
would worry about it? Double bluff?
It rattled my cage back then
I'm sad to say, as a lifelong listener, that if Rob came back I'd probably
stop listening. It was a close thing before and I hated the story line.
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2018-09-14 08:28:39 UTC
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I thought that it was DAH! DAH! DAAAH! heralding Rob's return.
Obvs ;)
Yes, as soon as Helen said they would always be safe now I thought it
was a dangerous thing to say. SWs would pounce. Or was that just so we
would worry about it? Double bluff?
It rattled my cage back then
I'm sad to say, as a lifelong listener, that if Rob came back I'd probably
stop listening. It was a close thing before and I hated the story line.
I did stop. I hated the story line and felt they handled it badly, for
the part I heard. They bigged up how helpful they were being to
abused women but they were the reverse, as relevant charities agreed.
Fenny
2018-09-14 16:31:55 UTC
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I'm sad to say, as a lifelong listener, that if Rob came back I'd probably
stop listening. It was a close thing before and I hated the story line.
I did stop. I hated the story line and felt they handled it badly, for
the part I heard. They bigged up how helpful they were being to
abused women but they were the reverse, as relevant charities agreed.
I stopped because I felt it overpowered *every* other storyline, to
the extent of many being dropped where there were just as relevant
issues being covered. I agree about it not being as helpful to real
victims as they were making out.

Now I just don't listen because I got to the point where it wasn't
sufficiently engaging to make me bother.
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2018-09-15 20:39:30 UTC
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I'm sad to say, as a lifelong listener, that if Rob came back I'd probably
stop listening. It was a close thing before and I hated the story line.
I did stop. I hated the story line and felt they handled it badly, for
the part I heard. They bigged up how helpful they were being to
abused women but they were the reverse, as relevant charities agreed.
I stopped because I felt it overpowered *every* other storyline, to
the extent of many being dropped where there were just as relevant
issues being covered. I agree about it not being as helpful to real
victims as they were making out.
Now I just don't listen because I got to the point where it wasn't
sufficiently engaging to make me bother.
The Freddie Lily thing has won me back but not sure for how long. They are
on probation. Have missed lots since rob and Helen and the kicking
upstairs of O’Connor long past ihis sell date
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2018-09-14 13:28:17 UTC
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I thought that it was DAH! DAH! DAAAH! heralding Rob's return.
Obvs ;)
Yes, as soon as Helen said they would always be safe now I thought it
was a dangerous thing to say. SWs would pounce. Or was that just so we
would worry about it? Double bluff?
It rattled my cage back then
I'm sad to say, as a lifelong listener, that if Rob came back I'd probably
stop listening. It was a close thing before and I hated the story line.
Me too I’m out.
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2018-09-14 14:06:08 UTC
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I thought that it was DAH! DAH! DAAAH! heralding Rob's return.
Obvs ;)
Yes, as soon as Helen said they would always be safe now I thought it
was a dangerous thing to say. SWs would pounce. Or was that just so we
would worry about it? Double bluff?
It rattled my cage back then
I'm sad to say, as a lifelong listener, that if Rob came back I'd probably
stop listening. It was a close thing before and I hated the story line.
Me too I’m out.
I don't like the way this is being flagged up but isn't his return
pretty much inevitable? I understood that the plot line was praised for
its verisimilitude (a word I don't often get the chance to use!). If so,
it seems very likely that a father would want to maintain contact with
his son. Could Helen get a restraining order?
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2018-09-15 20:39:30 UTC
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I thought that it was DAH! DAH! DAAAH! heralding Rob's return.
Obvs ;)
Yes, as soon as Helen said they would always be safe now I thought it
was a dangerous thing to say. SWs would pounce. Or was that just so we
would worry about it? Double bluff?
It rattled my cage back then
I'm sad to say, as a lifelong listener, that if Rob came back I'd probably
stop listening. It was a close thing before and I hated the story line.
Me too I’m out.
I don't like the way this is being flagged up but isn't his return
pretty much inevitable? I understood that the plot line was praised for
its verisimilitude (a word I don't often get the chance to use!). If so,
it seems very likely that a father would want to maintain contact with
his son. Could Helen get a restraining order?
With h an obsessive character like Rob it’s hard to think he will move on
but it could be dealt with swiftly even if not entirely accurately. I am in
to get rid of it. I
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2018-09-16 17:46:15 UTC
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I thought that it was DAH! DAH! DAAAH! heralding Rob's return.
Obvs ;)
Yes, as soon as Helen said they would always be safe now I thought it
was a dangerous thing to say. SWs would pounce. Or was that just so we
would worry about it? Double bluff?
It rattled my cage back then
I'm sad to say, as a lifelong listener, that if Rob came back I'd probably
stop listening. It was a close thing before and I hated the story line.
Me too I’m out.
I don't like the way this is being flagged up but isn't his return
pretty much inevitable? I understood that the plot line was praised for
its verisimilitude (a word I don't often get the chance to use!). If so,
it seems very likely that a father would want to maintain contact with
his son. Could Helen get a restraining order?
You’d think so, yes, but the law ‘s an ass.

Sincerely Chris
J. P. Gilliver (John)
2018-09-13 19:25:55 UTC
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I couldn't help remembering an episode of one of the American Krimis -
Laura Norder SVU I think - in which the person who'd offered to give
Judo (or something similar) lessons to the children and mothers of the
district was actually the p'phile, and this came to light because one of
the children exhibited signs of distress, though didn't actually say
anything (one of the detectives noticed afterwards). I don't _think_
that's the problem here as it sounded as if it was the Karate itself,
rather than the instructor, that was making Henry unhappy, so you're
probably right.

(Who _is_ the instructor? We've probably been told, but you know what
I'm like at missing things.)
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2018-09-13 19:37:39 UTC
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I couldn't help remembering an episode of one of the American Krimis -
Laura Norder SVU I think - in which the person who'd offered to give
Judo (or something similar) lessons to the children and mothers of the
district was actually the p'phile, and this came to light because one of
the children exhibited signs of distress, though didn't actually say
anything (one of the detectives noticed afterwards). I don't _think_
that's the problem here as it sounded as if it was the Karate itself,
rather than the instructor, that was making Henry unhappy, so you're
probably right.
(Who _is_ the instructor? We've probably been told, but you know what
I'm like at missing things.)
I assume he is the Lee who's included in this week's cast list. I can't
remember, for certain, if that's what Emma referred to him as though.
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2018-09-14 13:47:15 UTC
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I couldn't help remembering an episode of one of the American Krimis -
Laura Norder SVU I think - in which the person who'd offered to give
Judo (or something similar) lessons to the children and mothers of the
district was actually the p'phile, and this came to light because one
of the children exhibited signs of distress, though didn't actually
say anything (one of the detectives noticed afterwards). I don't
_think_ that's the problem here as it sounded as if it was the Karate
itself, rather than the instructor, that was making Henry unhappy, so
you're probably right.
(Who _is_ the instructor? We've probably been told, but you know what
I'm like at missing things.)
I assume he is the Lee who's included in this week's cast list.  I can't
remember, for certain, if that's what Emma referred to him as though.
Have just listened, as I was out last night - it was definitely Lee and
he had quite a lot to say. Henry's reaction couldn't possibly have been
to anything but the violence of the karate itself, since this was his
first time ever there. But he'll need to get his skates on and practise,
practise, practise, if he's going to floor Rob by Christmas.
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2018-09-14 17:45:22 UTC
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I couldn't help remembering an episode of one of the American Krimis -
Laura Norder SVU I think - in which the person who'd offered to give
Judo (or something similar) lessons to the children and mothers of the
district was actually the p'phile, and this came to light because one
of the children exhibited signs of distress, though didn't actually
say anything (one of the detectives noticed afterwards). I don't
_think_ that's the problem here as it sounded as if it was the Karate
itself, rather than the instructor, that was making Henry unhappy, so
you're probably right.
(Who _is_ the instructor? We've probably been told, but you know what
I'm like at missing things.)
I assume he is the Lee who's included in this week's cast list.  I can't
remember, for certain, if that's what Emma referred to him as though.
Have just listened, as I was out last night - it was definitely Lee and
he had quite a lot to say. Henry's reaction couldn't possibly have been
to anything but the violence of the karate itself, since this was his
first time ever there. But he'll need to get his skates on and practise,
practise, practise, if he's going to floor Rob by Christmas.
Henry could always stab him instead. That would take less practice.
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2018-09-14 17:50:42 UTC
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I couldn't help remembering an episode of one of the American Krimis -
Laura Norder SVU I think - in which the person who'd offered to give
Judo (or something similar) lessons to the children and mothers of the
district was actually the p'phile, and this came to light because one
of the children exhibited signs of distress, though didn't actually
say anything (one of the detectives noticed afterwards). I don't
_think_ that's the problem here as it sounded as if it was the Karate
itself, rather than the instructor, that was making Henry unhappy, so
you're probably right.
(Who _is_ the instructor? We've probably been told, but you know what
I'm like at missing things.)
I assume he is the Lee who's included in this week's cast list.  I can't
remember, for certain, if that's what Emma referred to him as though.
Have just listened, as I was out last night - it was definitely Lee and
he had quite a lot to say. Henry's reaction couldn't possibly have been
to anything but the violence of the karate itself, since this was his
first time ever there. But he'll need to get his skates on and practise,
practise, practise, if he's going to floor Rob by Christmas.
Henry could always stab him instead. That would take less practice.
Err...., is that wishful thinking?;-)
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2018-09-14 17:56:48 UTC
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I couldn't help remembering an episode of one of the American Krimis -
Laura Norder SVU I think - in which the person who'd offered to give
Judo (or something similar) lessons to the children and mothers of the
district was actually the p'phile, and this came to light because one
of the children exhibited signs of distress, though didn't actually
say anything (one of the detectives noticed afterwards). I don't
_think_ that's the problem here as it sounded as if it was the Karate
itself, rather than the instructor, that was making Henry unhappy, so
you're probably right.
(Who _is_ the instructor? We've probably been told, but you know what
I'm like at missing things.)
I assume he is the Lee who's included in this week's cast list.  I can't
remember, for certain, if that's what Emma referred to him as though.
Have just listened, as I was out last night - it was definitely Lee and
he had quite a lot to say. Henry's reaction couldn't possibly have been
to anything but the violence of the karate itself, since this was his
first time ever there. But he'll need to get his skates on and practise,
practise, practise, if he's going to floor Rob by Christmas.
Henry could always stab him instead. That would take less practice.
Err...., is that wishful thinking?;-)
Emmm, would junior classes cover ‘disarming your opponent who has a 12inch
kitchen knife’?
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2018-09-15 08:21:16 UTC
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Emmm, would junior classes cover ‘disarming your opponent who has a 12inch
kitchen knife’?
No but they might supply the necessary.....

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-berkshire-43642305

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"...the defendant, from Reading, took the three-inch knife from school
following a course on which "safe use of knives" was taught."
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Emmm, would junior classes cover ‘disarming your opponent who has a 12inch
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No but they might supply the necessary.....
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-berkshire-43642305
Note....
"...the defendant, from Reading, took the three-inch knife from school
following a course on which "safe use of knives" was taught."
Should they have released the girl pending sentencing? Surely she was
a danger to the public?
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Emmm, would junior classes cover ‘disarming your opponent who has a 12inch
kitchen knife’?
No but they might supply the necessary.....
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-berkshire-43642305
Note....
"...the defendant, from Reading, took the three-inch knife from school
following a course on which "safe use of knives" was taught."
Should they have released the girl pending sentencing? Surely she was
a danger to the public?
She was obviously ‘a cut above the average’.
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Emmm, would junior classes cover ‘disarming your opponent who has a 12inch
kitchen knife’?
No but they might supply the necessary.....
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-berkshire-43642305
Note....
"...the defendant, from Reading, took the three-inch knife from school
following a course on which "safe use of knives" was taught."
Should they have released the girl pending sentencing? Surely she was
a danger to the public?
She was obviously ‘a cut above the average’.
So much nadness. Lots we don’t dicern or accept as mad.
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2018-09-16 13:42:17 UTC
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So much nadness. Lots we don’t dicern or accept as mad.
Wasn't it Salvador Dali who claimed he was sane, everybody _else_ was
mad?
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So much nadness. Lots we don’t dicern or accept as mad.
Wasn't it Salvador Dali who claimed he was sane, everybody _else_ was
mad?
A very reasonable claim. If 'madness' is deviance from the norm and
everyone else deviates from your own norm.
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2018-09-17 06:49:44 UTC
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So much nadness. Lots we don’t dicern or accept as mad.
Wasn't it Salvador Dali who claimed he was sane, everybody _else_ was
mad?
A very reasonable claim. If 'madness' is deviance from the norm and
everyone else deviates from your own norm.
Just looked up the source for this, apparently Robert Owen:

“All the world is queer save thee and me, and even thou art a
little queer.”

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“All the world is queer save thee and me, and even thou art a
little queer.”
Really?
They don't speak like that round here these days.
I'd always assumed it was a Yorkshire saying.
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“All the world is queer save thee and me, and even thou art a
little queer.”
Surely such language is not permitted these days?
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“All the world is queer save thee and me, and even thou art a
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Surely such language is not permitted these days?
QED

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“All the world is queer save thee and me, and even thou art a
little queer.”
Surely such language is not permitted these days?
As it quote in this place probably ok with tolerant others. Ok with me in
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So much nadness. Lots we don’t dicern or accept as mad.
Wasn't it Salvador Dali who claimed he was sane, everybody _else_ was
mad?
Dunno but who are we to judge.
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2018-09-17 08:02:16 UTC
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So much nadness. Lots we don’t dicern or accept as mad.
Wasn't it Salvador Dali who claimed he was sane, everybody _else_ was
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Dunno but who are we to judge.
Well, in Dali's case...
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So much nadness. Lots we don’t dicern or accept as mad.
Wasn't it Salvador Dali who claimed he was sane, everybody _else_ was mad?
No, that was Wonko the Sane.

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2018-09-15 08:53:36 UTC
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Emmm, would junior classes cover ‘disarming your opponent who has a 12inch
kitchen knife’?
No but they might supply the necessary.....
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-berkshire-43642305
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"...the defendant, from Reading, took the three-inch knife from school
following a course on which "safe use of knives" was taught."
Read the case out to B. He told of one some years ago. 3 girls were
bullying another girl. The victim was babysitting and took the baby
out to the park. The 3 girls took the baby and decided to throw it
under a bus. They did this. The bus went over the baby but it was
unharmed. What do you think happened to the girls? They got suspended
sentences all round. It was attempted murder. Should have been life
sentences. No prison time at all.
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No but they might supply the necessary.....
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-berkshire-43642305
Note....
"...the defendant, from Reading, took the three-inch knife from school
following a course on which "safe use of knives" was taught."
Sigh. Even got *bail*!

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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I couldn't help remembering an episode of one of the American Krimis -
Laura Norder SVU I think - in which the person who'd offered to give
Judo (or something similar) lessons to the children and mothers of
the district was actually the p'phile, and this came to light because
one of the children exhibited signs of distress, though didn't
actually say anything (one of the detectives noticed afterwards). I
don't _think_ that's the problem here as it sounded as if it was the
Karate itself, rather than the instructor, that was making Henry
unhappy, so you're probably right.
(Who _is_ the instructor? We've probably been told, but you know what
I'm like at missing things.)
I assume he is the Lee who's included in this week's cast list.  I
can't remember, for certain, if that's what Emma referred to him as
though.
Have just listened, as I was out last night - it was definitely Lee and
he had quite a lot to say. Henry's reaction couldn't possibly have been
to anything but the violence of the karate itself, since this was his
first time ever there. But he'll need to get his skates on and practise,
practise, practise, if he's going to floor Rob by Christmas.
Henry could always stab him instead. That would take less practice.
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I couldn't help remembering an episode of one of the American Krimis -
Laura Norder SVU I think - in which the person who'd offered to give
Judo (or something similar) lessons to the children and mothers of
the district was actually the p'phile, and this came to light because
one of the children exhibited signs of distress, though didn't
actually say anything (one of the detectives noticed afterwards). I
don't _think_ that's the problem here as it sounded as if it was the
Karate itself, rather than the instructor, that was making Henry
unhappy, so you're probably right.
(Who _is_ the instructor? We've probably been told, but you know what
I'm like at missing things.)
I assume he is the Lee who's included in this week's cast list.  I
can't remember, for certain, if that's what Emma referred to him as
though.
Have just listened, as I was out last night - it was definitely Lee and
he had quite a lot to say. Henry's reaction couldn't possibly have been
to anything but the violence of the karate itself, since this was his
first time ever there. But he'll need to get his skates on and practise,
practise, practise, if he's going to floor Rob by Christmas.
Henry could always stab him instead. That would take less practice.
BTN!
Not quite.
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I couldn't help remembering an episode of one of the American Krimis -
Laura Norder SVU I think - in which the person who'd offered to give
Judo (or something similar) lessons to the children and mothers of
the district was actually the p'phile, and this came to light because
one of the children exhibited signs of distress, though didn't
actually say anything (one of the detectives noticed afterwards). I
don't _think_ that's the problem here as it sounded as if it was the
Karate itself, rather than the instructor, that was making Henry
unhappy, so you're probably right.
(Who _is_ the instructor? We've probably been told, but you know what
I'm like at missing things.)
I assume he is the Lee who's included in this week's cast list.  I
can't remember, for certain, if that's what Emma referred to him as
though.
Have just listened, as I was out last night - it was definitely Lee and
he had quite a lot to say. Henry's reaction couldn't possibly have been
to anything but the violence of the karate itself, since this was his
first time ever there. But he'll need to get his skates on and practise,
practise, practise, if he's going to floor Rob by Christmas.
Henry could always stab him instead. That would take less practice.
BTN!
Not quite.
Dammit!
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I couldn't help remembering an episode of one of the American Krimis -
Laura Norder SVU I think - in which the person who'd offered to
give Judo (or something similar) lessons to the children and
mothers of the district was actually the p'phile, and this came to
light because one of the children exhibited signs of distress,
though didn't actually say anything (one of the detectives noticed
afterwards). I don't _think_ that's the problem here as it sounded
as if it was the Karate itself, rather than the instructor, that
was making Henry unhappy, so you're probably right.
(Who _is_ the instructor? We've probably been told, but you know
what I'm like at missing things.)
I assume he is the Lee who's included in this week's cast list.  I
can't remember, for certain, if that's what Emma referred to him as
though.
Have just listened, as I was out last night - it was definitely Lee
and he had quite a lot to say. Henry's reaction couldn't possibly
have been to anything but the violence of the karate itself, since
this was his first time ever there. But he'll need to get his skates
on and practise,
practise, practise, if he's going to floor Rob by Christmas.
Henry could always stab him instead. That would take less practice.
BTN!
Not quite.
Dammit!
I tried Sodam . . .
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I couldn't help remembering an episode of one of the American Krimis -
Laura Norder SVU I think - in which the person who'd offered to
give Judo (or something similar) lessons to the children and
mothers of the district was actually the p'phile, and this came to
light because one of the children exhibited signs of distress,
though didn't actually say anything (one of the detectives noticed
afterwards). I don't _think_ that's the problem here as it sounded
as if it was the Karate itself, rather than the instructor, that
was making Henry unhappy, so you're probably right.
(Who _is_ the instructor? We've probably been told, but you know
what I'm like at missing things.)
I assume he is the Lee who's included in this week's cast list.  I
can't remember, for certain, if that's what Emma referred to him as
though.
Have just listened, as I was out last night - it was definitely Lee
and he had quite a lot to say. Henry's reaction couldn't possibly
have been to anything but the violence of the karate itself, since
this was his first time ever there. But he'll need to get his skates
on and practise,
practise, practise, if he's going to floor Rob by Christmas.
Henry could always stab him instead. That would take less practice.
BTN!
Not quite.
Dammit!
I tried Sodam . . .
I don’t think that Sodam would be even capable of bad taste! ;-)
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I couldn't help remembering an episode of one of the American Krimis -
Laura Norder SVU I think - in which the person who'd offered to
give Judo (or something similar) lessons to the children and
mothers of the district was actually the p'phile, and this came to
light because one of the children exhibited signs of distress,
though didn't actually say anything (one of the detectives noticed
afterwards). I don't _think_ that's the problem here as it sounded
as if it was the Karate itself, rather than the instructor, that
was making Henry unhappy, so you're probably right.
(Who _is_ the instructor? We've probably been told, but you know
what I'm like at missing things.)
I assume he is the Lee who's included in this week's cast list.  I
can't remember, for certain, if that's what Emma referred to him as
though.
Have just listened, as I was out last night - it was definitely Lee
and he had quite a lot to say. Henry's reaction couldn't possibly
have been to anything but the violence of the karate itself, since
this was his first time ever there. But he'll need to get his skates
on and practise,
practise, practise, if he's going to floor Rob by Christmas.
Henry could always stab him instead. That would take less practice.
BTN!
Not quite.
Dammit!
I tried Sodam . . .
I don’t think that Sodam would be even capable of bad taste! ;-)
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I couldn't help remembering an episode of one of the American Krimis -
Laura Norder SVU I think - in which the person who'd offered to
give Judo (or something similar) lessons to the children and
mothers of the district was actually the p'phile, and this came to
light because one of the children exhibited signs of distress,
though didn't actually say anything (one of the detectives noticed
afterwards). I don't _think_ that's the problem here as it sounded
as if it was the Karate itself, rather than the instructor, that
was making Henry unhappy, so you're probably right.
(Who _is_ the instructor? We've probably been told, but you know
what I'm like at missing things.)
I assume he is the Lee who's included in this week's cast list.  I
can't remember, for certain, if that's what Emma referred to him as
though.
Have just listened, as I was out last night - it was definitely Lee
and he had quite a lot to say. Henry's reaction couldn't possibly
have been to anything but the violence of the karate itself, since
this was his first time ever there. But he'll need to get his skates
on and practise,
practise, practise, if he's going to floor Rob by Christmas.
Henry could always stab him instead. That would take less practice.
BTN!
Not quite.
Dammit!
I tried Sodam . . .
Time for rum and the lash then....
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I couldn't help remembering an episode of one of the American Krimis -
Laura Norder SVU I think - in which the person who'd offered to
give Judo (or something similar) lessons to the children and
mothers of the district was actually the p'phile, and this came to
light because one of the children exhibited signs of distress,
though didn't actually say anything (one of the detectives noticed
afterwards). I don't _think_ that's the problem here as it sounded
as if it was the Karate itself, rather than the instructor, that
was making Henry unhappy, so you're probably right.
(Who _is_ the instructor? We've probably been told, but you know
what I'm like at missing things.)
I assume he is the Lee who's included in this week's cast list.  I
can't remember, for certain, if that's what Emma referred to him as
though.
Have just listened, as I was out last night - it was definitely Lee
and he had quite a lot to say. Henry's reaction couldn't possibly
have been to anything but the violence of the karate itself, since
this was his first time ever there. But he'll need to get his skates
on and practise,
practise, practise, if he's going to floor Rob by Christmas.
Henry could always stab him instead. That would take less practice.
BTN!
Not quite.
Dammit!
I tried Sodam . . .
Time for rum and the lash then....
Pogue mahone.
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I couldn't help remembering an episode of one of the American Krimis -
Laura Norder SVU I think - in which the person who'd offered to
give Judo (or something similar) lessons to the children and
mothers of the district was actually the p'phile, and this came to
light because one of the children exhibited signs of distress,
though didn't actually say anything (one of the detectives noticed
afterwards). I don't _think_ that's the problem here as it sounded
as if it was the Karate itself, rather than the instructor, that
was making Henry unhappy, so you're probably right.
(Who _is_ the instructor? We've probably been told, but you know
what I'm like at missing things.)
I assume he is the Lee who's included in this week's cast list.  I
can't remember, for certain, if that's what Emma referred to him as
though.
Have just listened, as I was out last night - it was definitely Lee
and he had quite a lot to say. Henry's reaction couldn't possibly
have been to anything but the violence of the karate itself, since
this was his first time ever there. But he'll need to get his skates
on and practise,
practise, practise, if he's going to floor Rob by Christmas.
Henry could always stab him instead. That would take less practice.
BTN!
Not quite.
Dammit!
I tried Sodam . . .
Time for rum and the lash then....
Pogue mahone.
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I couldn't help remembering an episode of one of the American Krimis -
Laura Norder SVU I think - in which the person who'd offered to
give Judo (or something similar) lessons to the children and
mothers of the district was actually the p'phile, and this came to
light because one of the children exhibited signs of distress,
though didn't actually say anything (one of the detectives noticed
afterwards). I don't _think_ that's the problem here as it sounded
as if it was the Karate itself, rather than the instructor, that
was making Henry unhappy, so you're probably right.
(Who _is_ the instructor? We've probably been told, but you know
what I'm like at missing things.)
I assume he is the Lee who's included in this week's cast list.  I
can't remember, for certain, if that's what Emma referred to him as
though.
Have just listened, as I was out last night - it was definitely Lee
and he had quite a lot to say. Henry's reaction couldn't possibly
have been to anything but the violence of the karate itself, since
this was his first time ever there. But he'll need to get his skates
on and practise,
practise, practise, if he's going to floor Rob by Christmas.
Henry could always stab him instead. That would take less practice.
BTN!
Not quite.
Dammit!
I tried Sodam . . .
Time for rum and the lash then....
Pogue mahone.
No it was Christy Moore who wrote 'Sodom & Begorra', not the Pogues.

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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I couldn't help remembering an episode of one of the American Krimis -
Laura Norder SVU I think - in which the person who'd offered to
give Judo (or something similar) lessons to the children and
mothers of the district was actually the p'phile, and this came to
light because one of the children exhibited signs of distress,
though didn't actually say anything (one of the detectives noticed
afterwards). I don't _think_ that's the problem here as it sounded
as if it was the Karate itself, rather than the instructor, that
was making Henry unhappy, so you're probably right.
(Who _is_ the instructor? We've probably been told, but you know
what I'm like at missing things.)
I assume he is the Lee who's included in this week's cast list.  I
can't remember, for certain, if that's what Emma referred to him as
though.
Have just listened, as I was out last night - it was definitely Lee
and he had quite a lot to say. Henry's reaction couldn't possibly
have been to anything but the violence of the karate itself, since
this was his first time ever there. But he'll need to get his skates
on and practise,
practise, practise, if he's going to floor Rob by Christmas.
Henry could always stab him instead. That would take less practice.
BTN!
Not quite.
Dammit!
I tried Sodam . . .
Time for rum and the lash then....
Pogue mahone.
No it was Christy Moore who wrote 'Sodom & Begorra', not the Pogues.
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I couldn't help remembering an episode of one of the American
Krimis -
Laura Norder SVU I think - in which the person who'd offered to
give Judo (or something similar) lessons to the children and
mothers of the district was actually the p'phile, and this came to
light because one of the children exhibited signs of distress,
though didn't actually say anything (one of the detectives noticed
afterwards). I don't _think_ that's the problem here as it sounded
as if it was the Karate itself, rather than the instructor, that
was making Henry unhappy, so you're probably right.
(Who _is_ the instructor? We've probably been told, but you know
what I'm like at missing things.)
I assume he is the Lee who's included in this week's cast list.  I
can't remember, for certain, if that's what Emma referred to him as
though.
Have just listened, as I was out last night - it was
definitely Lee
and he had quite a lot to say. Henry's reaction couldn't possibly
have been to anything but the violence of the karate itself, since
this was his first time ever there. But he'll need to get his skates
on and practise,
practise, practise, if he's going to floor Rob by Christmas.
Henry could always stab him instead. That would take less practice.
BTN!
Not quite.
Dammit!
I tried Sodam . . .
Time for rum and the lash then....
Pogue mahone.
No it was Christy Moore who wrote 'Sodom & Begorra', not the Pogues.
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I couldn't help remembering an episode of one of the American
Krimis -
Laura Norder SVU I think - in which the person who'd offered to
give Judo (or something similar) lessons to the children and
mothers of the district was actually the p'phile, and this came to
light because one of the children exhibited signs of distress,
though didn't actually say anything (one of the detectives noticed
afterwards). I don't _think_ that's the problem here as it sounded
as if it was the Karate itself, rather than the instructor, that
was making Henry unhappy, so you're probably right.
(Who _is_ the instructor? We've probably been told, but you know
what I'm like at missing things.)
I assume he is the Lee who's included in this week's cast list.  I
can't remember, for certain, if that's what Emma referred to him as
though.
Have just listened, as I was out last night - it was
definitely Lee
and he had quite a lot to say. Henry's reaction couldn't possibly
have been to anything but the violence of the karate itself, since
this was his first time ever there. But he'll need to get his skates
on and practise,
practise, practise, if he's going to floor Rob by Christmas.
Henry could always stab him instead. That would take less practice.
BTN!
Not quite.
Dammit!
I tried Sodam . . .
Time for rum and the lash then....
Pogue mahone.
No it was Christy Moore who wrote 'Sodom & Begorra', not the Pogues.
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I couldn't help remembering an episode of one of the American Krimis -
Laura Norder SVU I think - in which the person who'd offered to
give Judo (or something similar) lessons to the children and
mothers of the district was actually the p'phile, and this came to
light because one of the children exhibited signs of distress,
though didn't actually say anything (one of the detectives noticed
afterwards). I don't _think_ that's the problem here as it sounded
as if it was the Karate itself, rather than the instructor, that
was making Henry unhappy, so you're probably right.
(Who _is_ the instructor? We've probably been told, but you know
what I'm like at missing things.)
I assume he is the Lee who's included in this week's cast list.  I
can't remember, for certain, if that's what Emma referred to him as
though.
Have just listened, as I was out last night - it was definitely Lee
and he had quite a lot to say. Henry's reaction couldn't possibly
have been to anything but the violence of the karate itself, since
this was his first time ever there. But he'll need to get his skates
on and practise,
practise, practise, if he's going to floor Rob by Christmas.
Henry could always stab him instead. That would take less practice.
BTN!
Not quite.
Dammit!
I tried Sodam . . .
Time for rum and the lash then....
WHAT a good thing I didn't have a mouthful of something injurious to
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I couldn't help remembering an episode of one of the American Krimis -
Laura Norder SVU I think - in which the person who'd offered to
give Judo (or something similar) lessons to the children and
mothers of the district was actually the p'phile, and this came to
light because one of the children exhibited signs of distress,
though didn't actually say anything (one of the detectives noticed
afterwards). I don't _think_ that's the problem here as it sounded
as if it was the Karate itself, rather than the instructor, that
was making Henry unhappy, so you're probably right.
(Who _is_ the instructor? We've probably been told, but you know
what I'm like at missing things.)
I assume he is the Lee who's included in this week's cast list.  I
can't remember, for certain, if that's what Emma referred to him as
though.
Have just listened, as I was out last night - it was definitely Lee
and he had quite a lot to say. Henry's reaction couldn't possibly
have been to anything but the violence of the karate itself, since
this was his first time ever there. But he'll need to get his skates
on and practise,
practise, practise, if he's going to floor Rob by Christmas.
Henry could always stab him instead. That would take less practice.
BTN!
Not quite.
Dammit!
I tried Sodam . . .
Yes. Very trying
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2018-09-16 11:50:27 UTC
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I couldn't help remembering an episode of one of the American Krimis -
Laura Norder SVU I think - in which the person who'd offered to
give Judo (or something similar) lessons to the children and
mothers of the district was actually the p'phile, and this came to
light because one of the children exhibited signs of distress,
though didn't actually say anything (one of the detectives noticed
afterwards). I don't _think_ that's the problem here as it sounded
as if it was the Karate itself, rather than the instructor, that
was making Henry unhappy, so you're probably right.
(Who _is_ the instructor? We've probably been told, but you know
what I'm like at missing things.)
I assume he is the Lee who's included in this week's cast list.  I
can't remember, for certain, if that's what Emma referred to him as
though.
Have just listened, as I was out last night - it was definitely Lee
and he had quite a lot to say. Henry's reaction couldn't possibly
have been to anything but the violence of the karate itself, since
this was his first time ever there. But he'll need to get his skates
on and practise,
practise, practise, if he's going to floor Rob by Christmas.
Henry could always stab him instead. That would take less practice.
BTN!
Not quite.
Dammit!
I tried Sodam . . .
Yes, Steveski. You have a finer perception than many. <sssnnniiifffff>
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2018-09-16 10:56:10 UTC
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I couldn't help remembering an episode of one of the American Krimis -
Laura Norder SVU I think - in which the person who'd offered to give
Judo (or something similar) lessons to the children and mothers of
the district was actually the p'phile, and this came to light because
one of the children exhibited signs of distress, though didn't
actually say anything (one of the detectives noticed afterwards). I
don't _think_ that's the problem here as it sounded as if it was the
Karate itself, rather than the instructor, that was making Henry
unhappy, so you're probably right.
(Who _is_ the instructor? We've probably been told, but you know what
I'm like at missing things.)
I assume he is the Lee who's included in this week's cast list.  I
can't remember, for certain, if that's what Emma referred to him as
though.
Have just listened, as I was out last night - it was definitely Lee and
he had quite a lot to say. Henry's reaction couldn't possibly have been
to anything but the violence of the karate itself, since this was his
first time ever there. But he'll need to get his skates on and practise,
practise, practise, if he's going to floor Rob by Christmas.
Henry could always stab him instead. That would take less practice.
BTN!
Not quite.
Dammit!
Would stop the story being dragged out Bryon didn’t listeners tolerances
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Henry remembers Rob thumping Helen thus Karati is a no-no.
I couldn't help remembering an episode of one of the American Krimis -
Laura Norder SVU I think - in which the person who'd offered to give
Judo (or something similar) lessons to the children and mothers of the
district was actually the p'phile, and this came to light because one
of the children exhibited signs of distress, though didn't actually
say anything (one of the detectives noticed afterwards). I don't
_think_ that's the problem here as it sounded as if it was the Karate
itself, rather than the instructor, that was making Henry unhappy, so
you're probably right.
(Who _is_ the instructor? We've probably been told, but you know what
I'm like at missing things.)
I assume he is the Lee who's included in this week's cast list.  I can't
remember, for certain, if that's what Emma referred to him as though.
Have just listened, as I was out last night - it was definitely Lee and
he had quite a lot to say. Henry's reaction couldn't possibly have been
to anything but the violence of the karate itself, since this was his
first time ever there. But he'll need to get his skates on and practise,
practise, practise, if he's going to floor Rob by Christmas.
Henry could always stab him instead. That would take less practice.
Set the Dodds on him
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On 13/09/18 19:14, Mike wrote:
Every time I read the Subject line Gert Spoiler I ask myself:

What about Daisy? And when did Elsie and Doris join the cast?


AIAOU?

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What about Daisy? And when did Elsie and Doris join the cast?
AIAOU?
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What about Daisy? And when did Elsie and Doris join the cast?
AIAOU?
Nick
A lot of Walters have flown under the bridge since then....
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