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    Sorry to hear that Bombay.
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    my name is Pete by the way. thats ok, i will set up a foster home to adopt men and teach shaving, aftershaves, fly-fishing, growing tomatoes in Newcastle and stirring a gin martini
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    Quote Originally Posted by bombay View Post
    my name is Pete by the way. thats ok, i will set up a foster home to adopt men and teach shaving, aftershaves, fly-fishing, growing tomatoes in Newcastle and stirring a gin martini
    James bond would not aprove you know that don't you Pete, he would make a good man teacher, well for most things anyway. I believe J.R Hartley wrote the seminal work on fly fishing .
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    jr hartley? i will have to look that up in the yellow pages.

    bond schmond, i will teach a sophisticated drink palette and do not condone promiscuous lathariasm. it is a home for gentle spirits, cats welcome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bombay View Post
    jr hartley? i will have to look that up in the yellow pages.

    bond schmond, i will teach a sophisticated drink palette and do not condone promiscuous lathariasm. it is a home for gentle spirits, cats welcome.
    So more a school for the modern man with classical values, rather than MAN SCHOOL GRRR.
    I am glad you got the yellow pages thing, thought you might have been a bit young, goes to show I am not as old as all that. Remember that its good to talk, if you get an ology you are a scientist and acrington Stanley - who are they.
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    May I please add that you need to investigate the wonders of a good vodka tangy. What's that? What the hell is a tangy? Thats my name for a vodka martini (olive), vodka giibson (onion) except the addition is a little green orb of pickled small green tomatoes called tomolives and they have a tangy taste. Mix, toast and enjoy!

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    From what I know of you, and if Pete's school is as I imagine it, you would fit right in razorfeld.
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    Quote Originally Posted by edhewitt View Post
    From what I know of you, and if Pete's school is as I imagine it, you would fit right in razorfeld.
    I kinda felt that you understood an 80 year old with a mental age of 17 and the sex drive of a 95 year old. Daft, dizzy but not dumb. Can't insult me on just about anything anymore, except maybe the value of cats (HA!).

    Have a spot in my heart for Australia. Back in the 70's had a chance to work in the Federal Govt's Education Dept. Wrote the letter, gave it to my now ex wife to mail. They wrote to say since they never heard from me they went and filled the opening. Hmmm, I wonder why they never heard from me. If I ever have enough money and before I'm 100 I will get over to your land.
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    It seems tomalives are not available in uk.

    Is this a good recipe Tomolives – Pickling Green Tomatoes ?

    I will make a batch tonight then get back to you in a week after a sampling or two in martinis. If my writing looks like this 'realllyu goodojw wilkl definterly drinj agaim' it means it was a good review
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    I'm yet to try a Gibson. Is it better than it sounds?
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