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The "Incredibly Impossible to Derail This Thread" thread
17 March 2014
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IveJustSeenAFaceo said

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Couldn't think of any place where this would be relevant, so I've come here to the place where nothing is relevant! 

Just felt the need to inform you all of my higher quality avatar... It's new, but it's the same... GENIUS!

There's a new avatar topic. Too lazy to find the link right now. 

Like the avatar though.

Thanks, @IveJustSeenAFaceo! If I change it again Ill look for it. But I've edited and responded to MMM so I'm relevant to the non relevance now...

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17 March 2014
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Just looked that movie up on Wikipedia. Sounds terrifying. How old were you when you saw it, Mr. Kite?

 

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18 March 2014
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IveJustSeenAFaceo said
Just looked that movie up on Wikipedia. Sounds terrifying. How old were you when you saw it, Mr. Kite?

Don't remember exactly...

What I find interesting is that I'm not a fan of scary movies, but love Stephen King books... I think when you read it its a different experience... You can't have a jumper in a book either!

And the idea is what's creepy in that movie, someone trapping you in your own house etc.

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18 March 2014
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Mr. Kite said

IveJustSeenAFaceo said
Just looked that movie up on Wikipedia. Sounds terrifying. How old were you when you saw it, Mr. Kite?

Don't remember exactly...

What I find interesting is that I'm not a fan of scary movies, but love Stephen King books... I think when you read it its a different experience... You can't have a jumper in a book either!

And the idea is what's creepy in that movie, someone trapping you in your own house etc.

I've never been a fan of horror movies. Never interested me. I prefer to stick to comedies, with the occasional good drama thrown in.

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18 March 2014
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True or false? We bust some of Merseyside's most enduring urban myths

@Oyster Black Pearl Did they get all of these right?

 

I want to fist bump your hand

John Lennon and Paul McCartney couldn’t have known the danger in the words they wrote with the Beatles first major hit, “I Want To Hold Your Hand.” 

“And please say to me/ You’ll let me hold your hand.”

In case you haven’t heard, holding and shaking hands can be hazardous to your health.

What then is the alternative to hand shaking — that ancient ritual that can be traced at least to the 5th century BC —  a custom that apparently developed as an expression of peace, showing that the hand held no weapon?

The author goes on to describe fist bumping and trying to fist bump an elderly lady at church.
18 March 2014
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Ahhh Girl said
True or false? We bust some of Merseyside's most enduring urban myths

@Oyster Black Pearl Did they get all of these right?

 

I did! Although most of them are just conjecture - not too accurate either, everyone knows Paul is dead (man). It's quite a  poorly put together piece, but entertaining enough, thank you.

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18 March 2014
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Shouldn't you watch a movie with dogs for Lily to enjoy?

 Actually, we sat in the recliner and listened to Beatles tunes all night. I decided watching a movie is a lot more fun with Zag and will wait for her!

 

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Just felt the need to inform you all of my higher quality avatar... It's new, but it's the same...

Excellent - I will no longer feel the need to clean my glasses while reading your posts.

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18 March 2014
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IveJustSeenAFaceo said 

I've never been a fan of horror movies. Never interested me. I prefer to stick to comedies, with the occasional good drama thrown in.

Exactly my viewpoint!

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meanmistermustard said
Shouldn't you watch a movie with dogs for Lily to enjoy?

 Actually, we sat in the recliner and listened to Beatles tunes all night. I decided watching a movie is a lot more fun with Zag and will wait for her!

Probably better than a movie!

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Mr. Kite said 
Just felt the need to inform you all of my higher quality avatar... It's new, but it's the same...

Excellent - I will no longer feel the need to clean my glasses while reading your posts.

Maybe I should change it back... To ensure the cleanliness of your spectacles and all.

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18 March 2014
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My dogs leg is knackered. No cure. Not good.

 

Options

1. Pain killers (a lot of meaning he would be out of it a lot)

2. Amputation

3. I'm sure you can guess - not being considered at the moment but . . .

Best not to swear as it would not end for a few paragraphs

 

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19 March 2014
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meanmistermustard said 
My dogs leg is knackered. No cure. Not good.

 

Options

1. Pain killers (a lot of meaning he would be out of it a lot)

2. Amputation

3. I'm sure you can guess - not being considered at the moment but . . .

Best not to swear as it would not end for a few paragraphs

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v.....68ea5uZInn

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I hope you can find something to help him and that he's not in pain.

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19 March 2014
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 @Mr. Kite There are only three options, well four if you include do nothing but that is unfair on the dog. Anyway we are waiting on blood test results and nothing will be decided before then so best to forget about it until the time comes.

Thanks for the reply.

 

 

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19 March 2014
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meanmistermustard said
 @Mr. Kite There are only three options, well four if you include do nothing but that is unfair on the dog. Anyway we are waiting on blood test results and nothing will be decided before then so best to forget about it until the time comes.

Thanks for the reply.

 

 

Give him a scratch behind the ears from me.

 

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19 March 2014
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Ahhh Girl said

meanmistermustard said
 @Mr. Kite There are only three options, well four if you include do nothing but that is unfair on the dog. Anyway we are waiting on blood test results and nothing will be decided before then so best to forget about it until the time comes.

Thanks for the reply.

   

Give him a scratch behind the ears from me.

  

Will do but it will have to wait until the morning as he'll be snoring his head off at the minute - and he hates being woken up unless its for food.heart

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19 March 2014
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My day in Memphis.

First came Sun Studio.

Ringo Starr has been quoted as saying, “If it hadn’t been for what happened at Sun Studio, there wouldn’t have been a Beatles.” (from http://allthingscruise.com/sun.....s-started/)

Here's a picture from the web of Ringo drumming at Sun Studio: http://stratusmediaworks.ecrat.....in-memphis

This is the neon sign you see behind Ringo's head:

Here's a view of the building from around the corner. This view shows the door to the restaurant that was located in the same building as the recording studio.

Carl Perkins also recorded at Sun Studio.

In this recording studio is where the Million Dollar Quartet's impromptu session happened one day. Notice the wavy ceiling. Some of the walls are wavy too. The tiles on the floors and walls are all originals. What an amazing part of history to stand in.

 

Next we went to the Cotton Exchange Museum. The museum is actually on the old cotton exchange floor.

Paul McCartney's father worked in the cotton trade in Liverpool. It was interesting to see Memphis and Liverpool sitting side-by-side on this board.

In the lobby of the Cotton Exchange museum, I began singing "Thoughts meander like a restless wind inside a letter box"

 

Lastly, we had a very nice, Beatles fan waiter at Silky O'Sullivan's.

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@Ahhh Girl I've been to Sun Studio.  It was pretty interesting.  I really didn't realize how much music I listen to was recorded there until I visited there.  I mean, I knew the obvious ones, like Elvis, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, but some songs I had no idea were recorded at Sun until then.

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19 March 2014
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Great pics! I'd love to go there. Have you seen the Sun scene in the Johnny Cash biopic Walk The Line? If so, is it fairly accurate, looks-wise?

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meanmistermustard said
My dogs leg is knackered. No cure. Not good.

I'm so sorry to hear this. Echoing the others that I hope you can find the option that will cause the least suffering. I've been there a couple of times. heart

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meanmistermustard said
My dogs leg is knackered. No cure. Not good.
  

Very sorry to hear about your dog, mmm. I've heard more than once on different pet-related TV shows that dogs rarely miss an amputated limb. They are able to carry on just fine. I'm sure your veterinarian has counseled you. If your pooch is otherwise healthy and an amputation will not negatively affect its quality of life, that may be the best option.

No matter what, you and your beloved family member will be in my thoughts.

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19 March 2014
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Yeah, as long as he is healthy otherwise, and he is a happy limping dog at the moment, there is no chance of him being moved on to the other realm. 

Will see what Friday brings.

Thanks Zig.

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19 March 2014
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Is Brother John in Let 'Em In a nod to John Lennon? A number of sources say it is but others say otherwise. A comment posted at songfact.com says the correct list is: 

Sister Suzie (Linda McCartney), Brother John (John Eastman), also a lead-in to Martin Luther (John Lennon, bandmates used to call him this), Phil & Don (Everly Brothers), Brother Michael (Mike McCartney), Auntie Jin (Paul's aunt), Uncle Ernie (Keith Moon, in The Who's Tommy), Uncle Ian (Auntie Jin's son)

Is that right?

 

 

 

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