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Finless: You couldn't invent him...
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I was just emptying out a dusty old file from the filing cabinet ahd having a quick shufty to make sure there was nothing that shouldn't be thrown away when I noticed some of the earliest documents were created by me in 1990 ........... once I'd got over the shock of having, apparently, wasted 17 years of my life, I immediately went back into shock again!

I've been squeezing them like mad (and the documents) to try and wring some youth back out of them and in to me. I've been trying to figure out how I can use then to travel back in time to when I created them .................

Is it just me or does anyone else find the concept of time to be really weird .......... I mean, you can't see it or directly feel it but we judge everything by/in relation to it.

I suppose, if there are an infinite number of Universes where anything and everything is possible then there must be a Universe that is identical to ours but 19 years behind (for example) ........... still, that's not really time travel ........... more like watching an old movie?

Oh, a word of warning, I've started keeping a 'black book of doom' and the name of anyone who is mean to me goes straight into the book! When I've figured out all this time palaver and other cosmic conundrums (such as crumpled underpants) I am not going to tell the answer to anyone in the book!!! You have been warned!!!!
 

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Spider Crabs can just f*ck off
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Oh, a word of warning, I've started keeping a 'black book of doom' and the name of anyone who is mean to me goes straight into the book! When I've figured out all this time palaver and other cosmic conundrums (such as crumpled underpants) I am not going to tell the answer to anyone in the book!!! You have been warned!!!!
Can we elect to be put in the book?
 

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Finless: You couldn't invent him...
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Can we elect to be put in the book?
Comments like that may get you straight into the book young lady ........... not to mention an arse paddling first!!!!
 

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Spider Crabs can just f*ck off
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I seem to have led a VERY sheltered life!!

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I was offered a job at Westward Bound (it's based in Plymouth). It was a toss-up (pun intended) between that and the job I've got. Either way, it involved working with w*nkers, so I went for barristers' clerk.
 
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Finless: You couldn't invent him...
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I was offered a job at Westward Bound (it's based in Plymouth). It was a toss-up (pun intended) between that and the job I've got. Either way, it involved working with w*nkers, so I went for barristers' clerk.
AIUI, barristers are more into lacey frilly women's undergarments rather than the fetish stuff ................. but I could be wrong? Could you not ask around your office?
 

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AIUI, barristers are more into lacey frilly women's undergarments rather than the fetish stuff ................. but I could be wrong? Could you not ask around your office?
Nobody here. They're all off dogging somewhere.
 

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It's interesting to note just how quickly you have hit back with Westward Bound. I 've never heard of it myself, never been to Plymouth either. Honest.
 

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<chop> Oh, a word of warning, I've started keeping a 'black book of doom' and the name of anyone who is mean to me goes straight into the book! When I've figured out all this time palaver and other cosmic conundrums (such as crumpled underpants) I am not going to tell the answer to anyone in the book!!! You have been warned!!!!

That's ok, we'll ask by using our alternate YD logon's.
 

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It's interesting to note just how quickly you have hit back with Westward Bound. I 've never heard of it myself, never been to Plymouth either. Honest.
Turbanator's on their mailing list. :)
 

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You can easily go back in time Finless. Just set the date on your computer to 1990. You'll then have 10 years to figure out how to get a Y2K fix for your current operating system.

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Wasn't there an X-files program about finless a few years ago?
 

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I was just emptying out a dusty old file from the filing cabinet ahd having a quick shufty to make sure there was nothing that shouldn't be thrown away when I noticed some of the earliest documents were created by me in 1990 ........... once I'd got over the shock of having, apparently, wasted 17 years of my life, I immediately went back into shock again!

I've been squeezing them like mad (and the documents) to try and wring some youth back out of them and in to me. I've been trying to figure out how I can use then to travel back in time to when I created them .................

Is it just me or does anyone else find the concept of time to be really weird .......... I mean, you can't see it or directly feel it but we judge everything by/in relation to it.

I suppose, if there are an infinite number of Universes where anything and everything is possible then there must be a Universe that is identical to ours but 19 years behind (for example) ........... still, that's not really time travel ........... more like watching an old movie?

Oh, a word of warning, I've started keeping a 'black book of doom' and the name of anyone who is mean to me goes straight into the book! When I've figured out all this time palaver and other cosmic conundrums (such as crumpled underpants) I am not going to tell the answer to anyone in the book!!! You have been warned!!!!
Up the dose mate!

Matt
 
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