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by Mister Paul
1 day ago
Forum: General
Topic: Bollocks to Brexit
Replies: 843
Views: 16995

Re: Bollocks to Brexit

Not to mention Jason Roy, South African Tom Curran, Zimbabwean father and formerly registered as South African. Jofra Archer, Barbadian (if that is the right word) And last but a good way from least Ben Stokes, who pretty much left his heart out on the pitch, Kiwi born. Don't forget the pair of Mus...
by Mister Paul
1 day ago
Forum: General
Topic: Bollocks to Brexit
Replies: 843
Views: 16995

Re: Bollocks to Brexit

Rees-Mogg - "We clearly don't need Europe to win [the cricket]"

Twitter - "Your Captain is Irish"
by Mister Paul
6 days ago
Forum: Natter
Topic: Meanwhile...
Replies: 1736
Views: 31003

Re: Meanwhile...

I grew up in South Bucks where a good number of tv personalities lived in the early 80s- John Laurie, Eddie Large, Lewis Collins, Noel Edmunds, all the big stars.... you saw them regularly and they were left alone. The one who had a reputation was Roy Castle, he was known for entering a pub or shop...
by Mister Paul
1 week ago
Forum: General
Topic: Bollocks to Brexit
Replies: 843
Views: 16995

Re: Bollocks to Brexit

Anyone know why Kier Starmer hasn't been mentioned as a potential party leader?
by Mister Paul
1 week ago
Forum: Natter
Topic: Great movie scenes
Replies: 4
Views: 62

Re: Great movie scenes

The greatest chase scene in the history of cinema

by Mister Paul
1 week ago
Forum: Natter
Topic: Great movie scenes
Replies: 4
Views: 62

Re: Great movie scenes

When Steve Martin did stand up in the seventies he flourished. The Jerk is almost a combination of the sketches he developed over the years. Absolute lunacy, but genius.

by Mister Paul
2 weeks ago
Forum: Cycling
Topic: London cycling warrior
Replies: 8
Views: 86

Re: London cycling warrior

Here's his YouTube feed

by Mister Paul
2 weeks ago
Forum: Cycling
Topic: London cycling warrior
Replies: 8
Views: 86

Re: London cycling warrior

Weird. I can see it.

He hangs around at a junction in London and steps out to stop cars cutting a corner by driving up the wrong side of the road.
by Mister Paul
2 weeks ago
Forum: Cycling
Topic: London cycling warrior
Replies: 8
Views: 86

London cycling warrior

This sounds like our old friend bentmikey. He did the same a couple of weeks ago with a couple of doctors who felt they were too important to follow the rules...

by Mister Paul
4 weeks ago
Forum: Natter
Topic: Meanwhile...
Replies: 1736
Views: 31003

Re: Meanwhile...

Rocky wrote:
4 weeks ago
Vinaka



(BTW, did you know that there are some forums where you can get a ban for posting in a foreign language?)
Everyone, or just some people?
by Mister Paul
1 month ago
Forum: Natter
Topic: Meanwhile...
Replies: 1736
Views: 31003

Re: Meanwhile...

Rocky wrote:
1 month ago
Goodness.....double espresso needed urgently
Yup. First of several uni open days with the boy.
by Mister Paul
1 month ago
Forum: Natter
Topic: Meanwhile...
Replies: 1736
Views: 31003

Re: Meanwhile...

Sitting in a lecture theatre in the Eastbourne campus of Brighton Uni. Wanting to sleep.
by Mister Paul
1 month ago
Forum: Cycling
Topic: Raising the limit for speeds of electric bikes
Replies: 11
Views: 152

Re: Raising the limit for speeds of electric bikes

Rutabaga wrote:
1 month ago
But you don't need to make any input at all to a moped? You have to pedal an ebike.
If we're thinking about comparing the implications of riding both at a similar speed, what difference does that make?
by Mister Paul
1 month ago
Forum: Cycling
Topic: Raising the limit for speeds of electric bikes
Replies: 11
Views: 152

Re: Raising the limit for speeds of electric bikes

Isn't this about where a bicycle becomes a moped? There are regulations around the use of mopeds on the road. There's very little difference potentially now between an electric moped and a less-restricted e-bike, and I think that the problem is nearing because of this.
by Mister Paul
1 month ago
Forum: Natter
Topic: Meanwhile...
Replies: 1736
Views: 31003

Re: Meanwhile...

Black sky at night, night.