[Off Topic ]: The Tomorrow People.

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Post by Mr Router » 18 November 07 2:30 pm

Guess what :?:

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Post by THENANKS » 18 November 07 6:30 pm

Righto I'll bite. WHAT?

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Post by Mr Router » 18 November 07 7:20 pm

I went caching today, does that make me a today person :?:

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Post by THENANKS » 18 November 07 11:31 pm

Team Wibble wrote:
THENANKS wrote: :) Thanks Bronze. :) This is one of our favourite photos of Hilary and 'THE CHUNKY MONKEY' in our pool during one of her 'TOMORROW PEOPLE' moments. She was very much a tomorrow duck. .......... Is that possible??? :? ??? Either way she was a real dude.<center>Image</center>
Alot of people think muscovy ducks are a bit ugly, and they're not the prettiest of ducks that's for sure, but they have such wonderful personalities.
I am not quite sure which bit of the duck's personalities I miss the most. It is either being attacked by it :twisted: or the most rank rear end movement :x you could ever smell ( I really wanted to use the " S " word but ) . Oh well I think I am over the mourning process now. :) Now I have the big decision. Is it gunna be Peking, Crispy skin or Duck La Ronge. :?: Thanks for everones wishes while I got through the grieving process. :D Cheers Mr Nanks. P.s - Does anyone have any scrub turkey recipes. :lol:

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Post by Pesky! » 19 November 07 9:35 am

I was gonna say Christmas is coming, how long does duck keep in the freezer?, but that is a bit callous.

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Post by maverick » 19 November 07 11:46 am

:( sorry to hear about the Hilary the Duck
Some pets are part of the family mine is a cocker spaniel called
Libby 13 years old

message to Team Bluedog and bronze .....
Thanks for the night out in Dubbo last week
It was lots of fun
should we log it as a mini event

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Post by Mr Router » 19 November 07 4:36 pm

Pesky! wrote: how long does duck keep in the freezer?, but that is a bit callous.
Should make at least the 25th about 9am then things will get a bit hotter :lol:

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Post by Mr Router » 19 November 07 4:40 pm

maverick wrote: message to Team Bluedog and bronze .....
Thanks for the night out in Dubbo last week
It was lots of fun
should we log it as a mini event
Enough about the duck it is nearly forming a topic :oops: cant have that ! then it would be open to opinion and moderation :cry:
Enough of that anyways! did you find any micros for the Mini Dubbo Event :?:

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Post by Pesky! » 20 November 07 12:18 pm

maverick wrote::( sorry to hear about the Hilary the Duck
Some pets are part of the family mine is a cocker spaniel called
Libby 13 years old
I dont think Dog is a traditional christmas fare, well not in these parts anyways!

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Post by Mr Router » 20 November 07 5:44 pm

Pesky! wrote: I dont think Dog is a traditional christmas fare, well not in these parts anyways!
Big in some parts they tell me :shock: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Post by Team Wibble » 20 November 07 7:14 pm

Mr Router wrote:
Pesky! wrote: I dont think Dog is a traditional christmas fare, well not in these parts anyways!
Big in some parts they tell me :shock: :lol: :lol: :lol:
But only if it falls in the right part of the lunar month (no, seriously!)

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gau with cranberry sauce?

Post by dcr » 20 November 07 10:04 pm

Pesky! wrote:I dont think Dog is a traditional christmas fare, well not in these parts anyways!
Don't we associate winter dining traditions with Christmas fare?

Today it is consumed for its perceived medicinal value of increasing the positive energy of one's body (the yang), and helping to regulate blood circulation. Due to this belief, people eat dog meat in the winter to help to keep themselves warm ~ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dog_meat

Hmmm, gau with cranberry sauce :roll:

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Post by Mr Router » 21 November 07 6:06 am

You want poodle with that :?: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Post by cdmark » 21 November 07 6:51 am


Dog eat dog<p>
Read the news<p>
Someone win<p>
Someone lose<p>
Up's above and downs below<p>
And limbo's in between<p>
Up you win<p>
Down you lose<p>
It's anybody's game<p>


Rock On! :twisted:

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Post by Damo. » 21 November 07 7:30 pm

My Dachshund loves it when I take him to BBQs because people think it's funny to give sausages to the sausage dog. He usually gets a good feed!

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