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    T'was September 19, t'day and that be "Talk Like A Pirate Day". Ye've failed, ye blighters! Scourge be!

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    http://www.snorgtees.com/t-shirts/pirate-crossword

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    • #3
      My calender reads the 20th ?
      Used to know a guy who ran by the Julian calender so he always had 11 days in hand to finish jobs off.
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      Sir John , Earl of Bligeport & Sudspumpwater. MBE [ Motor Bike Engineer ] Nottingham England.



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      • #4
        Matey , cant touch the rum until tomorrow night , then I might partake a few and will possibly end up talking worse than a pirates parrot.

        As long as I remember to not operate any machines for a couple of days , as most are very unforgiving to a mere human full of rum.

        As are the boys in blue.
        Michael

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        • #5
          Yar! Begads! 'Tis enough to make an honest sea-goi' bandit swaller his sea chest. Fergot it proper m'self and I was up at Grizzly in Bellingham to spread the treasure of a decent man. Squandered it we did like drunken sailors.

          Seems we could 'o spread the spirit o' piracy in that den of lawful oh-so-genteel piracy.

          Bought a 17 x 40 lathe 'n' a Chinee cut off saw. Handsome fittin's to look at. I'd o' like to conduct a detailed survey. Arrrr!

          More later. I'm over seein' the install.

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          • #6
            Blast it! Me keyboard er broken.....

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            • #7
              bollocks i missed it, i be spliced the mainbrace as a mark of respect to me forebears [wes Capt Cook a pirate?, i dont know but i supposed to be part of that clan aka Cook-Williams in part]
              I will now splice it again as a furthur mark of respect all hail Gisborough, spank the cabin boy an eat the carpenter, or the other way round.
              http://postlikeapirate.com/
              Captn Henry Mc Cook [teachers/bells/morgans etc]
              Arrrgh

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              • #8
                Originally posted by boslab View Post
                bollocks i missed it, i be spliced the mainbrace as a mark of respect to me forebears [wes Capt Cook a pirate?, i dont know but i supposed to be part of that clan aka Cook-Williams in part]
                I will now splice it again as a furthur mark of respect all hail Gisborough, spank the cabin boy an eat the carpenter, or the other way round.
                http://postlikeapirate.com/
                Captn Henry Mc Cook [teachers/bells/morgans etc]
                Arrrgh

                My Favorite:
                Arrh Jim lad, them who dies is the lucky ones!!


                I think Canada was the last of the colonies navy to practice the daily 'splice the main brace'.
                Max.
                Last edited by MaxHeadRoom; 09-20-2012, 06:39 PM.

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                • #9
                  I let it go by without saying anything, wondered what was wrong with Forrest. It took a while but I finally realized it was on my birthday so I am able to remember when it is.

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                  • #10
                    Hi all: I've still got about 3/4 of a 40 pounder of that Navy Rum from about 1978 or so when they sold off the rum for $10.00 per. Too strong for me now; but will share it at my euolgy, (sp??) Wayne.

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