Discussion in 'London UK' started by Jedi_Jimbo, Oct 12, 2005.
*Walks in and stocks the chillers with cherryade*
*Walks out again*
Blues Brother to JediJoker
I haven't seen any Dr Who episode before last week. And even though I'm not even british I found it quite entertaining watching it.
It was pretty easy to get into it and easy to understand.
So now I can really recommend watching it
Thanks to Dom and Matt
Nah, it was our pleasure Jule
Next series we'll be having the Cybermen back and the Doctor's trusty companion, K-9 the robot dog
Also have to try and get hold of the episode with Jeremy Bulloch perhaps.
K-9 the robot dog
Words of wisdom Matt speaks, listen you must
Robot dogs hey? Sounds fun. The only British TV I've really seen is Mr. Bean.
But don't feel bad because I don't watch any American television.
And speaking of "Assuming everythign goes to plan"...planning is hard.
I like to just wake up and say 'ah I feel like going to Vermont today'
and then I go. But I can't just wake up and go out to my jet and
fly to Europe today. lol theres so many things to do.
But yes, lets hope everything works out ok.
I'm glad you've been enjoying Doctor Who, Jule! Like Matt said, it's a pleasure to spread the joy of the show!
I think you'll really like the second half of that season too - I think the series is the best british TV since the 70s. It gets surprisingly enotional at times - especially episode Eight (called Father's Day)...
Can't wait until March, when Season two will air.
*Blows cobwebs from the room and tidies up a bit*
This place HAS been quiet!
*Lines up drinks on the bar*
Someone say 'happy hour'?
It is amazing how the lure of free drinks always gets a response!
lol well, I am a student!
Although not for too much longer
Almost finished your course have you?
How long has it been?
*Passes Amber a large rum*
You off to Canada when you finish up?
Yep, finish May/June time. Actually just received a letter about putting together a portfolio as at the end of May for one week my work is going to be on display *panics*.
It has been a three year course and boy did the time go quickly!
Once I finish I have to sell a few things like computer (god knows where I can sell it but need to) and then I am off to Canada so probably by the end of June will be out there for good. Providing the goverment allows me to stay that is
What are you up to today Jimbo?
Just working and being bored out of my mind.
I am looking forward to going home and relaxing on the couch to rest my back.
I am old.
I know how you feel, I did my back in a couple of weeks ago. It was so bad the doctor had to prescribe me valium as I couldn't even get out of bed. Although even laying in bed was damn painful.
Wow, mine was bad but not 'Valium' bad.
I still have the pains shooting down my legs from the trapped nerve but it is gradually getting better.
I hope it is not permanent.
Yours sounds like it will probably pass in a few days. I can still feel mine a bit, doesn't hurt just can feel it a bit when walking. I keep making jokes that I need a walking stick, although that may not be too far from the truth
That is when I feel mine twinge the most, when walking or sitting for too long. It is trying to find the balance between the two that is the hard thing.
But hot baths seem to be helping it along.
We must sound like a couple of pensioners to anyone reading back over this!
ermmm quick a less aging topic!
Well I am off home now anyway so no subject change needed. LOL
Take it easy Amber ... no drinking as much rum as you can until you pass out ........AGAIN!
I guess back to my world war 2 game......time to attack people and steal money! oh fun!
Nothing like playing games to escape reality...
Oh wait, thats what I post here for
I think that is why we ALL post here Richie.
Depressing isn't it?
I spend ALOT less in these 'virtual' pubs than I would in a real one.