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  • John Stevenson
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    Mike,
    No that was two houses down the line.
    That one was 8 years old when we got it, stayed 5.
    Then got a brand new house, stayed 4.
    Now got one built in 1901 and been here 15 years.
    Can't move as I'm working from the old stable at the side.
    Next move will be a sell up and wooden box.

    John S.

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  • CCWKen
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    I keep my motorcycle endorcement on my license. I also still have my riding jacket. I now realize that the last time I rode was 1985. Geez, thanks John.

    "Yea, but some day I'll get another bike."

    [This message has been edited by CCWKen (edited 05-23-2004).]

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  • Mike Burdick
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    John,

    Do you still live in that same house where that photo was taken?

    -Mike

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  • Evan
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    The wine is good...

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  • rollin45
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    Entropy and all that makes it more of an "arrow" variety.
    rollin'

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  • wierdscience
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    He's not drinking,but you guys should be

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  • Alistair Hosie
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    I doot oor Evan's been at tha whuskey again.

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  • jim davies
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    I'll have a glass of whatever Evan is enjoying, bartender...

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  • mklotz
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    Time flies like an arrow. Fruit flies like a banana.
    - Groucho Marx

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  • John Stevenson
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    <font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Evan:
    Of course you may not realise that the statement "time flies like an arrow" is a classic example of the problem faced by computer text recognition. Do we have time that proceeds in the manner that an arrow does? Or, do we have a particular breed of "time flys" that are fond of arrows? Or, are we just getting old?</font>

    EH ????

    John S.

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  • Alistair Hosie
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    Tempus fugit from me too.
    Still happy memories of years gone by with my wife and three sons.
    The youngest EWEN is 18 tomorrow goes off to university soon and me and the missus will be alone after all these years.Alistair

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  • Evan
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    Of course you may not realise that the statement "time flies like an arrow" is a classic example of the problem faced by computer text recognition. Do we have time that proceeds in the manner that an arrow does? Or, do we have a particular breed of "time flys" that are fond of arrows? Or, are we just getting old?

    [This message has been edited by Evan (edited 05-23-2004).]

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  • John Stevenson
    started a topic Time flies

    Time flies

    My eldest grand daughter on my daughters side is just over a year old.
    Sorting some books out last night and a photo fell out of one.
    Not really off topic as it's a small racing bike I built for the kids.



    That's my daughter on there at the same age my grand daughter is now.
    Frightening thing is I can remember everything about building this.

    Nostagia isn't what it used to be.........

    John S.
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