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  1. Lunar Festival 2018

    No idea. Are you saying something to do with her name being Wat. I don't know if there's a connection or Wat ( gedddit?), but do know that my wife broke two ribs falling over trying ( and achieving) to get the 'most' drunken bloke back to his tent. A young lady called Portia helped, and stayed there until the end ie we got the bloke face down in his own tent in the position whereby he couldn't choke on his own vomit. As I say, enough respect to her for hanging on in there, and choosing humanity over ' it's not my problem, I can't be arsed'.
  2. Lunar Festival 2018

    I have been to this festival. Only once, but very enjoyable. I doubt I'd go again because it's quite expensive for what you get musically, etc. That said, I had a fab time. Me , my wife and a young lady called, get this, Portia, managed to drag some bloke back to his tent, which took about 45 minutes to do. Portia said she was a banker. Both me and my wife thought that she wasn't exactly a bank tallier that would accept cheques in / cheques out kind of thing. However, I would have it known that she was spot on. Both me and my wife thought so. She cared about the well being of an unknown. Enough respect.
  3. Got any gigs coming up?

    I am going to see an Abba tribute band this Friday 'and' Saturday coming . I believe that this is the very bending edge of what can be described as a 'gig', but hey ho. Anyway, on the first night I am going with my wife, and on the second with a mate. Both will differ experience wise. Of that I have no doubt.
  4. T minus & counting 2019

    I saw one of these American school buses at Shambala. It had been turned in to an eating area for a restaurant.
  5. Old Music Thread

    Where ever you are currently in this time / space continuum @bamber , this ones for you. All the best, and hope that you are OK and well.
  6. NFR NFC - to tide you over the fallow year

    Evening mr gumby, Good to see you put in an appearance. Hope the job is exciting and fun.
  7. T minus & counting 2019

    Oh, I like the alternative. As in, a lot.
  8. T minus & counting 2019

    I suspect that figure is no longer stood at 500,000,000. I mean it's been 9 hours since you post. Fuck knows what the figure stands at now! lol
  9. T minus & counting 2019

    Another fact here, apparently, but a slightly more disturbing one;
  10. Comics Thread.. resurrected!

    I suspect that this will be my one and only contribution on this thread, but you never know. I met someone a few times who used to contribute to comics. It was a long long time ago. I'm fairly certain that he drew for well known comics. Not sure if he created the wording too. His name was, and hopefully still is, Hunt Emerson. My then girlfriend was sharing a house with him in Handsworth. I recall him being a very affable bloke.
  11. Paloma faith

    I'm glad I'm not eating a biscuit right now. I don't know, but heavily suspect, that it's difficult to do so while laughing. I've more than likely told this before, so excuse me if I have. It starts with someone I know who was working for a firm who were, in turn, were working for Cadbury's. Anyway, he is told to attend a major meeting in Cadbury's board room in Bournville. He turned up and the meeting started amicably enough. Then it got progressively worse, until people were shouting at each other over the table. He thought to himself 'I know what I'd do'. And what did he do? He smashed his fist on the table, causing all in the room to go quiet, and said 'Lads, lads, it's only chocolate'. This was not what anybody else in the room wanted to hear. As career moves go, it was quite spectacular, to my minds eye.
  12. Glastonbury Festival International Airport

    There's no control tower in the photo that I can see. You're going to need a control tower, otherwise things will get out of hand. Maybe the crew from Shangri-La could build an invisible one, and call it the No Control Tower. Maybe they have already. And I can't even blame the flu. Mind you, I think congenital stupidity trumps the flu in any case. Hope you get better soon.
  13. Glitter ban?

    Poundland sell edible glitter! You get 5 grams for, yes you've guessed it, £1; http://www.poundland.co.uk/jane-asher-pink-edible-glitter-5g I should imagine this stuff could be used for face painting. People could even lick the glitter off each others faces. Then they could get the game Twister out, and before you know it people will be fornicating with each other like rabbits. It'll be like The Summer of Love. Come on all you Flower Children, get jiggy with it.
  14. T minus & counting 2019

    Apparently this is a Mole Fraction; It would appear that this mole is also about to be fractioned;
  15. Paloma faith

    I'd be interested in an answer to this too, although, not having any children, I'm not exactly au fait with any kind of parenting. Still, it would be interesting to know. I guess that jyoung has touched on it on the first page. Of course, all that's been mentioned assumes a child is within a family environment. Unfortunately this isn't always the case, which raises the question as to whether children in 'institutions' are being denied this choice / life option by us all who demand that a system of care is in place for them, but are happy for the 'restrictive' status quo to continue. Can these institutions cope / resource such a change in direction?