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Fat Northern Whale Spotted In The Thames

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Message 1 - posted by U2368885, Jan 21, 2006

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Message 2 - posted by devonian, Jan 21, 2006

<laugh>

Like it!
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Message 3 - posted by clever-hood, Jan 21, 2006

Alison from Plymouth: Yes, the whale story, and our attitude to it, are both fascinating.
They are holding the front page in lincoln in case it gets to our Brayford Pool.
We need bringing down to earth just a tad; I am pointing out most of us eat salmon and lamb.
the film FREE WILLY caused consternation amongst ladies of a certain age looking for satisfaction
Cheers, Max nottingham of Lincoln
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Message 4 - posted by Don't tell him Pike, Jan 21, 2006

Perhaps they could offer it money to go back to where it came from?
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Message 5 - posted by brenhopping, Jan 21, 2006

that whale in the thames honest it was not me having a swim. my cossy is navy blue not black and white. I knew I,m big but not tons. I will stop now as I am getting a tear in my eye.
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Message 6 - posted by devonian, Jan 21, 2006

Max, did you click on the link in Shaun's posting? I'm laughing at that, not the actual whale......
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Message 7 - posted by clever-hood, Jan 21, 2006

Alison from Plymouth. The last time i met a lot of your people was when our Red Imps played Plymouth 2 0r 3 seasons ago
I wear a green robin hood hat and was mistaken for an Argyle fan. I survived.
Cheers. Max nottingham of Lincoln. "king of the phone-ins."

I
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Message 8 - posted by Mummy Penguin, Jan 22, 2006

Hi - I wrote this yesterday to reflect how sad I feel at the whole whale episode.

The Whale's Wail
I thought I would explore the world a little more,
Go to places I've never been to before
But now I cannot hear ocean's soothing sounds
Cacophony, booms and echoes, all around.
I am hungry, tired, and lost in this place
No sea breeze tang of salt on my face
Hounded and chased, I let forth my cry
Here is where I am destined to die!

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Message 9 - posted by devonian, Jan 22, 2006

Eh?!

Alison from Plymouth. The last time i met a lot of your people was when our Red Imps played Plymouth 2 0r 3 seasons ago
I wear a green robin hood hat and was mistaken for an Argyle fan. I survived.
Cheers. Max nottingham of Lincoln. "king of the phone-ins."

I

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Message 10 - posted by dances_with_ferrets, Jan 22, 2006

Arguement last night in the Dances household....
Me... It's a big fish they should serve it in batter with some chips
Mrs dances (and the two Dancettes)...It's a mammal
Me...It lives in the sea, it's a big fish
End of arguement.
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Message 11 - posted by Dave_Mysterious, Jan 22, 2006

The proper reply to 'It's a big fish' is surely 'You're a big fish'. :(
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Message 12 - posted by Bazza, Jan 23, 2006

What strange people you are, to take amusement out of a living creatures anxiety and pain,.
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Message 13 - posted by Dwaine Benzie, Jan 23, 2006

This is all a tad harsh on the poor thing.

If that whale was still around it would kick your arse!
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Message 14 - posted by Bazza, Jan 23, 2006

"Richard Cranium" people are alive and well on this message board.
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Message 15 - posted by Bazza, Jan 23, 2006

Hywel. Hope you treat your fella better than your comments!
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Message 16 - posted by Dave_Mysterious, Jan 23, 2006

Hi Bazza. This is the rather more mature radio 2 board. You are welcome but I would rather you left the dims to fight it out in the dunce's corridor on the Manchester board. Thanks.
:)
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Message 17 - posted by Dave_Mysterious, Jan 23, 2006

Hi Shaun. What is your username on R2?
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Message 18 - posted by brenhopping, Jan 23, 2006

WHALES.. WE English are funny on animals. we either sentimrntalise them; eat them, (munch, munch,) or chase them for so-called sport. It isn,t logical; but it is us.
I had the doctors warning 3 years ago; but I am still here. I would like to take the taboo out of talking and writing about death.
After black comedy is designed for just that. Three men shook my hand in Lincoln shopping precinct this morning. two were undertakers and one was a florist. There,s gold in them there stiffs. Black comedy is mainly appreciated by men. Sorry girls. Max nottingham of Lincoln "king of the Phone-ins."
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Message 19 - posted by Bazza, Jan 23, 2006

Death is just another aspect of life which none of us can avoid, accordingly humour is also a part of that aspect. When it comes to suffering, humour does not apply, just respect.
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Message 20 - posted by philiom, Jan 23, 2006

Nice one Bazza!
Death is just another aspect of life which none of us can avoid, accordingly humour is also a part of that aspect. When it comes to suffering, humour does not apply, just respect.

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