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Mud Cat (UK)

Jim K 16 Jul 98 - 06:47 PM
BAZ 16 Jul 98 - 06:34 PM
Bob Bolton 16 Jul 98 - 06:21 PM
Sam Hudson 16 Jul 98 - 05:46 PM
Brian Hoskin 16 Jul 98 - 11:32 AM
Mick Lowe 16 Jul 98 - 08:55 AM
Alan of Oz 16 Jul 98 - 07:29 AM
AndreasW 16 Jul 98 - 04:42 AM
Bob Bolton 15 Jul 98 - 08:12 PM
Brack& 15 Jul 98 - 08:02 PM
Mick Lowe 15 Jul 98 - 07:39 PM
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Subject: RE: Mud Cat (UK)
From: Jim K
Date: 16 Jul 98 - 06:47 PM

Greetings from Ireland


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Subject: RE: Mud Cat (UK)
From: BAZ
Date: 16 Jul 98 - 06:34 PM

Gorthugher da! Fatla genes? While we admit we're part of the UK. we don't admit to Cornwall being part of England, in fact if the Tamar were a couple of miles longer we'd be a separate island. Meantime in Greenwich it's 23:25 and the weather is hissing down! Out of interest (to who, I hear you ask)the Tall Ships race is due to start a couple of miles along the coast from where I live and the sight of 80+ of these beasts is awesome. It makes a shanty come to life before your eyes. Good luck and God bless you where ever you reside. Baz


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Subject: RE: Mud Cat (UK)
From: Bob Bolton
Date: 16 Jul 98 - 06:21 PM

G'day Sam,

I know that a rather jokey set of national folk song definitions identified 'English' as any song that mentioned the weather in the first three lines, but I seem to have been the one that started the weather line in this thread.

Ah well, we might have strong Republican tendencies but we do retain some English habits!

BTW; Alan of Oz might have been in shirtsleeves yesterday, but he is 20 kilometres further inland.

Regards,

Bob Bolton


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Subject: RE: Mud Cat (UK)
From: Sam Hudson
Date: 16 Jul 98 - 05:46 PM

An occasional visitor from Nottingham... weather miserable here too. Have you noticed how as soon as a "UK" thread gets started we all talk about the weather?


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Subject: RE: Mud Cat (UK)
From: Brian Hoskin
Date: 16 Jul 98 - 11:32 AM

The more people, in the more countries the better!

I'm currently based in the University of Wales, Lampeter.

Brian.


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Subject: RE: Mud Cat (UK)
From: Mick Lowe
Date: 16 Jul 98 - 08:55 AM

Brack&,
I'm currently in Halifax, doing contract work, until the end of this month then it's back home to Hinckley, Leicestershire.
Apologies Andreas, I must admit I hadn't thought of our European cousins when starting this thread. Very remiss of I know.
G'day to you all down under. For the record here in Halifax, West Yorkshire it's Thursday 13:55 and the weather is 100BM (Bloody Miserable).
Cheers
Mick


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Subject: RE: Mud Cat (UK)
From: Alan of Oz
Date: 16 Jul 98 - 07:29 AM

G'day, I agree with Bob that Oz is well represented here. At least three from
The Western Suburbs Folk Music Club

of Sydney (2 of whom are quite well known here). It's currently 9.30 p.m. and the expected top temp seemed like more than Bob's forecast of 16 celsius. Shirtsleeves were quite comfortable earlier in the day.

Cheers,
Alan


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Subject: RE: Mud Cat (UK)
From: AndreasW
Date: 16 Jul 98 - 04:42 AM

Hey, don't forget the other European countries, even if they are not English-speaking - there might be fans of folk even there (just like myself, I am German and love Irish music!!!)
Andreas


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Subject: RE: Mud Cat (UK)
From: Bob Bolton
Date: 15 Jul 98 - 08:12 PM

G'day Mick,

I recognise at least 10 MudCatters as being Aussies like myself. I'm currently on our Eastern Standard Time which puts me 14 hours ahead of Mud Cat's (daylight saving?) time and 10 hours ahead of London time (give or take whatever adjustments are made for what passes for Summer, not to mention European meddling).

Right now it is 10.15 am on a bright sunny (if brisk) morning, dead middle of winter ... 16 degrees Celsius expected.

Regards,

Bob Bolton


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Subject: RE: Mud Cat (UK)
From: Brack&
Date: 15 Jul 98 - 08:02 PM

Well Mick, I'm from Altrincham, Cheshire. Where are you? Mick (also)


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Subject: Mud Cat (UK)
From: Mick Lowe
Date: 15 Jul 98 - 07:39 PM

I'm just wondering what % of the people that access and enjoy the Mud Cat Cafe Forum live in the UK or the Repulic of Ireland,
No particular reason for asking apart from I the notice the times threads are posted.
Either it it's due to the old "International time scale" ploy, or MudCats devotees watch this space 24 hours a day

Yours eyelidsbwilting
Mick


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