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boab d 13 Nov 02 - 04:50 PM
John MacKenzie 13 Nov 02 - 04:55 PM
Glade 13 Nov 02 - 04:57 PM
Rick Fielding 13 Nov 02 - 05:06 PM
Sorcha 13 Nov 02 - 05:09 PM
GUEST,Greycap 13 Nov 02 - 06:43 PM
Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull 13 Nov 02 - 08:59 PM
Joe Offer 13 Nov 02 - 09:36 PM
Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull 14 Nov 02 - 01:35 AM
Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull 14 Nov 02 - 01:37 AM
artbrooks 14 Nov 02 - 08:41 AM
Morticia 14 Nov 02 - 08:43 AM
Geoff the Duck 14 Nov 02 - 09:17 AM
Bassic 14 Nov 02 - 09:37 AM
Bee-dubya-ell 14 Nov 02 - 09:45 AM
Pied Piper 14 Nov 02 - 09:56 AM
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GUEST,White Dove 14 Nov 02 - 11:08 AM
M.Ted 14 Nov 02 - 12:40 PM
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boab d 14 Nov 02 - 02:16 PM
Oaklet 14 Nov 02 - 02:30 PM
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death by whisky 14 Nov 02 - 04:41 PM
My guru always said 14 Nov 02 - 05:50 PM
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Bill D 14 Nov 02 - 06:39 PM
Guy Wolff 14 Nov 02 - 06:42 PM
Crane Driver 14 Nov 02 - 07:05 PM
brid widder 14 Nov 02 - 07:06 PM
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Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull 14 Nov 02 - 11:57 PM
Joe Offer 15 Nov 02 - 03:46 AM
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Subject: whats the problem with hull
From: boab d
Date: 13 Nov 02 - 04:50 PM

Hi all Ive just joined this place and I've seen it all over the place people talking about Hull. What is it all about.


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: John MacKenzie
Date: 13 Nov 02 - 04:55 PM

No no; you can't fool us that easily. You're just trying to lull us into a false sense of security. Nex5t thin8g youknow we4'll all be spell9i9n9g with numbers in.

G1i203k4

C wot i 9


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: Glade
Date: 13 Nov 02 - 04:57 PM

welcome to the mudcat, boab d. i'll leave it to older (mudcat membership-wise) worldly-wiser folks to introduce you to the pleasnat complexities of hull.
glade


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: Rick Fielding
Date: 13 Nov 02 - 05:06 PM

I'm an "older" Mudcatter, and definitely 'worldly and wise' and I still don't have a clue what's up with Hull. I've been told by people who SHOULD know, that all the folks from Hull are in reality three people, posting coded messages to aliens. What I DO know is that the person calling himself "John from Hull" made the funniest joke I've yet heard on Mudcat. Heather still laughs uproariously when I say "chip ship".

I think they're probably quite a bit saner than they appear. Any new information appreciated though.

Rick


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: Sorcha
Date: 13 Nov 02 - 05:09 PM

All I can tell you is that Hull is "Kingston On Hull", a geographical area in England, that is a hotbed of Mudcat activity. There are over 50 Catters there.


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: GUEST,Greycap
Date: 13 Nov 02 - 06:43 PM

Hull was once described to me as "A fish 'n' chip shop, 60 miles up a railway siding"...maybe this sets the scene a little. I've always found the people there very friendly.


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull
Date: 13 Nov 02 - 08:59 PM

Sorcha is right.john


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: Joe Offer
Date: 13 Nov 02 - 09:36 PM

Kingston-Upon-Hull is a delightful town, with some very nice and very talented people, at least two fascinating museums, an interesting seaport on the Humber River, and one helluva bridge. Less from Hull gave Bill Sables and me a great tour in August.
Oh, and they're the only place in the UK that has white telephone booths. Can't figure why that merits two Hull phone threads in one week, though.
Personally, though, I think that the Hull chitchat at Mudcat is on the banal side.

-Joe Offer-


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull
Date: 14 Nov 02 - 01:35 AM

Hull is a City NOT a town! 9and has been for over 700 yeras, Beverley is a town , but Hull is a City, put 2Hull City Council2 in your serch engin and you will find hull city councils website, it is late here 9nearly 6.30 AM in the morning) and i have had a few bears, so i wont try to make a link. there is Hull City Football Club as well, yoiu can look at there wibsite as well if you like, but you hafe to find it yourself as well, there is a big fair in hull and if you go to gogle and put humber bridge in the picture thing, you can see pictures of the big bridge.i might make a limk when i wake up.john


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull
Date: 14 Nov 02 - 01:37 AM

i dont think tats how you spell serch but you know what i mean.john


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: artbrooks
Date: 14 Nov 02 - 08:41 AM

boab d: need we say more?


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: Morticia
Date: 14 Nov 02 - 08:43 AM

Bless his heart.9John is the only person who can admit publicly to 'having bears' and no-one bats an eyelash....


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: Geoff the Duck
Date: 14 Nov 02 - 09:17 AM

Th main problem with 'Ull is that it is flat. People learning to drive around Hull have to find a humpbacked bridge so that they can practice how to do a Hill Start.
Quack!
GtD.


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: Bassic
Date: 14 Nov 02 - 09:37 AM

I agree with all the above. Yes we do get a bit bannal at times and it must seem a little shelfish in that so much of the Hull based contributions rely on some degree of local knowlege.
However, the sheer volume of trafic does produce some gems. I am sure we are not the only part of the world with eccentrics!

I seem to remember a quaint TV programme about a small town in Alaska which was populated entirely by eccentrics. As we are a city in the North of England I would assert that a little bit of Northern Exposure never did anybody any harm!

Sorry got to go now, Just recieved a PM from the Curry Mothership, the ambassador from Dislexia Prime in the Gamma quadrant is about to land. Nanu Nanu


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: Bee-dubya-ell
Date: 14 Nov 02 - 09:45 AM

That's a really nice bridge ya got there, John9. Sorta reminds me of this one in Mobile, Alabama not too far from where I live. If ya wanna see more pictures do a Google image search for "Cochrane Bridge".

Bruce


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: Pied Piper
Date: 14 Nov 02 - 09:56 AM

I've just been to Johns linked photo site and it loks lak thm Ullrs as a gud time.
But disappointingly no pictures of John Jiggling.

All the best PP


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: catspaw49
Date: 14 Nov 02 - 10:09 AM

Well............For those of us who are denizens of Mudcat, Hull has indeed gained "iconic" status9. I think it all started with John's defective keyboard, not to mention his equally de9fective brain. We have about 10 million members from Hull and I recently decided that a band that performs there shall heretofor be the "Official Band" of the Neil Young Center for the Terminally Screwed. This group is of course "Punch the Horse" which draws lots of attention in Hull nowadays. They were formerly known as "Assfuck the Zebra" but the name change has finally gotten them the recognition they deserve outside of the bestiality community.

Take 4 Tylenol and read the threads.......If you can figure any more out, let me know. Also, pay no attention to Joe Offer. Joe considers many threads in bad form as well as all of my postings. He is currently researching the 17,000+ postings I have made here and trying to find one of any redeeming social value.

Spaw


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: GUEST,White Dove
Date: 14 Nov 02 - 11:08 AM

............I got the Hull n home sick blues......


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: M.Ted
Date: 14 Nov 02 - 12:40 PM

The odd thing is that I was meaning to ask this question yesterday but couldn't connect to Mudcat--today it seems that boab d got through--

He didn't ask about "Wango Tango" though--


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: GUEST,threaddrift
Date: 14 Nov 02 - 01:00 PM

I've never 9been to hull, but it 2can't2 be any worse than Cleethorpes which really is a sh9t hole.


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: boab d
Date: 14 Nov 02 - 02:16 PM

hullo poopul wel i fink i ve goat the message and funnily i passed my diving test in hull when i was in the forces and i dis a hill srat on a bridge.
cheers ull but wat was the wango tango as i ve nevur herd of cat
Boab d fae the Faifley


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: Oaklet
Date: 14 Nov 02 - 02:30 PM

hellloo9 i once wwent teoe vcc leethor[pse it is crap9 mandolin M5alolm wentr to cleethorpesds as wwell he said irc was shit.


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: M.Ted
Date: 14 Nov 02 - 02:46 PM

Check out my "Wango Tango" thread, boab, so you can get your thoughts in early on this stimulating and important issue;-)


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: Banjo-Flower
Date: 14 Nov 02 - 03:03 PM

Wots banal mean Oakleaf/9


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: Oaklet
Date: 14 Nov 02 - 03:50 PM

Banjo_Flower, as you know (we have discussed this many times) there are two types of anal. A anal and B anal. Tarka the Offer just missed out a space - that's all. Now don't fret and get some sleep. See you in the morning.


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: death by whisky
Date: 14 Nov 02 - 04:41 PM

Very silly


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: My guru always said
Date: 14 Nov 02 - 05:50 PM

Hmmm, where can I find the 'chip ship' bi9t please?


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: Bee-dubya-ell
Date: 14 Nov 02 - 06:12 PM

I just wanna know why the place is called "Hull". I know it's proper name is "Kingston Upon Hull", but the river that it sits upon is the Humber. So why isn't it "Kingston Upon Humber" instead?"

Bruce


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: Bill D
Date: 14 Nov 02 - 06:39 PM

it seems there is a University of Hull.... and on this site they list all the virtues of Hull, with maps and suggestions and and links ...Wowee! (I don't think they teach typing & spelling, though)


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: Guy Wolff
Date: 14 Nov 02 - 06:42 PM

Did the Wartersons start out in Hull ????? THat would be about as great a feather as any folk comunity could ever have.. ALl the best, Guy ,


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: Crane Driver
Date: 14 Nov 02 - 07:05 PM

The drains. When we were there, the smell round Durty Nellies was quite something. Maybe it wasn't the drains. Maybe the locals just don't USE the drains.

We really enjoyed our time in 'Ull. Hope to be back soon. Is there any truth in the rumour that John from Hull is actually an English teacher by day, and just needs to let off stress at night?

Andrew


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: brid widder
Date: 14 Nov 02 - 07:06 PM

Kingston upon Hull 'sits on' the river Humber... but the river Hull runs through it, dividing the city in two. I have lived all my life in west hull.... in east hull... only one mile from my home , I am lost! there are two very destinct rugby teams too...
Hull Kingston Rovers (red & white) east Hull and Hull FC... black and white west Hull


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: GUEST
Date: 14 Nov 02 - 07:34 PM

Please Joe give this the BS prefix it deserves. Not only is it drivel, it contains yet another example of spaw being "witty" - "Assfuck the Zebra".

Please, now that a filter is in place, encourage the usage of prefixes.
Yes, I renamed the thread - but it already had the invisible "BS" tag on it. Trouble it, that doesn't work unless you're a registered Mudcatter and click the "No BS" box on the Mudcat registration form.
-Joe Offer-


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: Bee-dubya-ell
Date: 14 Nov 02 - 07:40 PM

Brid Widder - Thanks for the clarification - Bruce


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: GUEST
Date: 14 Nov 02 - 07:46 PM

No problem with Hull. The "folkies" have lots of time on their hands and they searched and searched and searched again and again and again and they found the perfect website - Mudcat Cafe.


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Subject: RE: whats the problem with hull
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull
Date: 14 Nov 02 - 11:57 PM

hEloo, the riber is called the River Hull and it goes into yhe humber, that is a big river thats why there is a humber brigde, at the bottom of the river hull is the big fish deep see museum, it is called The DEep.john


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Subject: RE: BS: whats the problem with hull
From: Joe Offer
Date: 15 Nov 02 - 03:46 AM

If I understand John correctly, the River Hull flows into the Humber at Kingston-Upon-Hull. Correct?
This site (click) seems to confirm that, and gives lots of other information about Hull. This site (click) gives a pictorial river tour.

OK, you Hull people, maybe you can help me in my quest for lighthouses. On the shores of the River Humber, there's a very nice pub that is supposed to be a good spot for singarounds - what's the name of that pub?

In front of the pub is what is reputed to be the Finest Loo in All England, with hanging plants and all manner of decoration.
OK, if I look a long way downstream from that pub, I see something on the north shore of the river that looks like a lighthouse. Is it? If it is, what's the name of the lighthouse?

-Joe Offer-


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Subject: RE: BS: whats the problem with hull
From: Abuwood
Date: 15 Nov 02 - 04:32 AM

That's easy the Minerva Pub is by the river and they are the best loos in the country, Ladies are often seen going to view the Gents.
I wonder if you are looking at Paul Light house up by Saltend Chemical works?


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Subject: RE: BS: whats the problem with hull
From: The DeanMeister
Date: 15 Nov 02 - 04:49 AM

Don't know about the lighthouse, Joe, but the Pub you refer to is the Minerva, which hosts a superb singaround during the Hull Shanty Festival.

The fancy Loo is also quite something, apparently it wins awards for the best kept toilet in the country...a dubious honour, but if any of you get to see it you will understand. The brass and porcelain is kept so beautifully it really is a shame to use the place for it's designated purpose!

I have lived in the hull area (Beverley actually) for ten years, and I can certainly vouch for it's friendly population, and thriving music scene. There are sessions and Folk clubs to attend most nights of the week. Hull's now defunct "Folk Union One" club at the Blue Bell was indeed the birthplace of the internationally acclaimed Waterson Family, Guy Wolfe.

With regard to the Mudcat population, they are actually for the most part an extremely intelligent bunch, talented singers and musicians, and not nearly as mad as they seem, as anybody who actually reads the contents of our threads properly should be able to ascertain.

Hope this clears a few things up, people.

Pete.


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Subject: RE: BS: whats the problem with hull
From: Bassic
Date: 15 Nov 02 - 06:46 AM

Just to confirm Joe, it is Paull Lighthouse, (put Paull Lighthouse into Google for more info). There is also a 19th centuary Defensive Battery in Paull which can trace its origins back to Viking times (Google again, Paull Fort).

Paull Fort took over the duties of the Hull Citadel, Joh9ns
"big fish deep see museum, it is called The DEep" is built on the site of the Citadel at the confluence of the Hull and Humber rivers. The John Speed map of 1610 at this site, www.hullcc.gov.uk/archaeology/maps.htm
shows the inverted Horseshoe shape of the City walls in that era.

Where the wall terminates at its south eastern end is now the location of the Deep, the south western terminous is now the location of the Minerva! The entrance to the Dock behind the Minerva follows the line of the Moat which protected the outside of the City Walls. The church you can see on the Map just to the north of the Minerva location is called Holy Trinity and it is the largest Parish Curch in England, (i.e. not officially designated as a cathedral). I used to be Head Choir Boy there when I was a youth. The River Hull, to the East of Holy Trinity, is where all the Curr9y ships and Chip Ships used tie up and discharge there wares into "warehouses" that still line the riverbank along the historic High Street. So now you will all know what we are talking about!! One day I will have the courage to do "blue clickys".
http://www.paull-lighthouses.co.uk/


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Subject: RE: BS: whats the problem with hull
From: smallpiper
Date: 15 Nov 02 - 07:33 AM

Okay help me out, since when has the Humber Estuary been designated a river?
Kingston upon Hull does indeed sit on the River Hull where the River Hull flows into the Humber Estuary.
The smell around Dirty Nellies is the River Hull which flows (aligidly) about 25 meters behind said pub.


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Subject: RE: BS: whats the problem with hull
From: Les from Hull
Date: 15 Nov 02 - 01:56 PM

Well we call it a river (as in River Humber) but it's really an estuary as it doesn't have a source on land. It starts where the Ouse and Trent come in (Trent Falls) and drains about a fifth of the land area of England, which accounts for its colour (brown). Or as we say - too thick to drink, too thin to plough.

I will gladly repeat the cultural tour of Hull I did with Joe and Bill for any visiting Mudcatter. I do about one pint of Guinness to the hour.


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Subject: RE: BS: whats the problem with hull
From: harpmaker
Date: 15 Nov 02 - 03:57 PM

Beverley folk festival is worth a look. Note- page one, Bill Sables and pal, pal is Christine, Harpmaker=John&Christine!( confuseing? not if your from Hull!) Note the fancy mandolin (Turn of the century) This site also has pics of Harpmaker/Christine under Oxytocin, Punch the growbag, and Freedoms road(Whitby photo) "Chip ship" in Hull is code for the starship Enterprise, and "John from Hull" is actually a computer virus. While "Mandolin Mally" is verucca that lives on oakley, or was it deanmiester? Anyway h0pe th1s h3lps9.


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Subject: RE: BS: whats the problem with hull
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull
Date: 15 Nov 02 - 04:01 PM

harpy-Please give me a ring, i have been trying to phone you for the last half hour, i have got summat for you.


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Subject: RE: BS: whats the problem with hull
From: MudGuard
Date: 15 Nov 02 - 04:16 PM

I think 9this thread 9deserves to 9go into the Hull of Fame ;-)


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Subject: RE: BS: whats the problem with hull
From: fat B****rd
Date: 16 Nov 02 - 12:56 PM

Am from Cleethorps mesen like anna resent all the sh9tho2e references. You should live in Newton Aycliffe !! Curses upon you all from the fB.


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Subject: RE: BS: whats the problem with hull
From: smallpiper
Date: 17 Nov 02 - 10:58 AM

Jeez you even been to Newton Aycliffe! I wouldn't wish that on my worst enemy!


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Subject: RE: BS: whats the problem with hull
From: GUEST,Mike from Cleethorpes
Date: 17 Nov 02 - 11:47 AM

I was born and raised in Cleethorpes (and I'm a true "Meggie" being born on the island of Cleethorpes) and I Can Assure you all it is NOT a sh-t hole. I'm a newcomer to mudcat and I've just read all the emails about Hull and I can only assume that most of you must live in the US as you dont know anything about it. Whats all the fuss about? Its not worth discussing apart from its excellent folk scene. And yes it does smell! So, if any you yanks are thinking of visiting go to Grimsby and Cleethorpes instead. Great folk music ( its where John Conolly lives - he wrote "Fiddlers Green") and Grimsby Town Football Club can knock the socks off any team in Hull! and its just across the river (oops, estuary) from Hull. PS I now live in Minneapolis Minnesota USA which also has a great folk scene.


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Subject: RE: BS: whats the problem with hull
From: GUEST
Date: 18 Nov 02 - 09:48 AM

If we had the liquor laws of Iceland, in Hull, there would be less problems.


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Subject: RE: BS: whats the problem with hull
From: Little Hawk
Date: 18 Nov 02 - 11:35 PM

The only real problem with Hull is that they lack McGill porta-potties. Contact CarolC for a jpeg of same...

- LH


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Subject: RE: BS: whats the problem with hull
From: fat B****rd
Date: 19 Nov 02 - 03:52 AM

Thankyou, Guest, Mike from Cleethorpes. Can I PM you ??. From another displaced Meggie. All the best from the fat B****rd. Hey, Smallpiper !! What were you doing in NA ?.


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Subject: RE: BS: whats the problem with hull
From: smallpiper
Date: 19 Nov 02 - 05:54 AM

Passing trough it mostly,occassionally had to stop off and do some work on peoples houses - that was many many years ago but I guess it won't have improved much! I saw my first exibisionist female in NA every morning she would stand naked at her window and wave at passing motorists - it was NOT a pleasant sight she must have weighed 20 stone and was rather elderly - I still shudder at the memory !


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Subject: RE: BS: whats the problem with hull
From: Dave Bryant
Date: 19 Nov 02 - 06:17 AM

Nothing that a large explosive charge in the middle of the Humber Bridge wouldn't help to solve !


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