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    Quote Originally Posted by badgergirl View Post
    One day, either in Bath, Bristol or at Bestival... you and I are going to mosh like loons... It's a date.
    Deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dhansakdave View Post
    Deal.
    I'll hold you to it... Aiming to be back in the old country in 2015.
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    Quote Originally Posted by badgergirl View Post
    I'll hold you to it... Aiming to be back in the old country in 2015.
    Ooh, I'll be 47 by then, can you mosh to easy listening....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dhansakdave View Post
    Ooh, I'll be 47 by then, can you mosh to easy listening....
    Since, at high school in the 6th form common room, I was told my musical tastes were terrifyingly middle of the road and yet I've managed to mosh on regardless, I believe that one can mosh to just about anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badgergirl View Post
    Since, at high school in the 6th form common room, I was told my musical tastes were terrifyingly middle of the road and yet I've managed to mosh on regardless, I believe that one can mosh to just about anything.
    That's cool, moshing to Chopin might look odd mind, not that I plans to go and watch much Chopin....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dhansakdave View Post
    That's cool, moshing to Chopin might look odd mind, not that I plans to go and watch much Chopin....
    I imagined you more as a Burt Bacharach man, perhaps with a side of big-band swing.

    B: spiced eggs, coffee
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    D: chicken thighs are in the slow cooker as I type along with mushrooms and bacon, I expect there will be cream and also vegetables

    Gorgeous weather today: a Melbourne spring equals an English summer. I rather wish I was in a pub garden on the Iggles enjoying a ploughmans and a pint of dry cider. Finished the tiny freelance job. Working on the annual report at the moment. Tres dull - lots of pasting columns of figures. Numbers are not my strength.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dhansakdave View Post
    That's cool, moshing to Chopin might look odd mind, not that I plans to go and watch much Chopin....
    This is my kinda Chopin......


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    Quote Originally Posted by badgergirl View Post
    I imagined you more as a Burt Bacharach man, perhaps with a side of big-band swing.

    B: spiced eggs, coffee
    L: ratatouille w/feta (I think the last tub in the freezer)
    D: chicken thighs are in the slow cooker as I type along with mushrooms and bacon, I expect there will be cream and also vegetables

    Gorgeous weather today: a Melbourne spring equals an English summer. I rather wish I was in a pub garden on the Iggles enjoying a ploughmans and a pint of dry cider. Finished the tiny freelance job. Working on the annual report at the moment. Tres dull - lots of pasting columns of figures. Numbers are not my strength.
    Not so much Burt, do likes me a bit of big band swing, jive and boogie woogie as well, saying that apart from improv jazz, I can give most things a listen/watch, going to see a rock/metal band called Y&T tonight!

    Chicken legs in the slow cooker are one of my go to's, liberally seasoned of course....

    I envies you that weather, starting to get a bit autumnal round here, it's getting late earlier by the day....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dhansakdave View Post
    Not so much Burt, do likes me a bit of big band swing, jive and boogie woogie as well.
    Oh. Oh. Oh. Have you been to the Blues Bar? I have NEVER had a bad night there!
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    Also, have you come across Caro Emerald?
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