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royston
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Posted: 26-03-2011 21:40   
According to Terry Pratchet sourcerers (sic) are more powerful than wizards.

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Hawumph
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Posted: 27-03-2011 09:54   
Ably proved here. Richard is after all the SOURCEror and he is more powerful than all the wizards.

</end naff programming joke>
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blib
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Posted: 28-03-2011 11:07   
According to Terry Pratchett, luggage have legs.
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royston
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Posted: 28-03-2011 16:16   
Quote:

On 28-03-2011 11:07, blib wrote:
According to Terry Pratchett, luggage have legs.




What is so unbelievable in that? I have not seen them but I believe that some tortoises have wheels instead of legs. So why not suitcases without wheels but with legs? If Sir Terry says it is; then it must be so. Another interesting thing about his luggage is that follows its owner about.

Seriously, in the olden days you used to have to carry suitcases. Now they each have a pair of wheels and extending handles. I predict the next development will be: suitcases with four wheels each and no handles, which just follow you through airport lounges and places, without you having to trundle them.

Remember you heard it here first!

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Turrican
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Posted: 28-03-2011 20:29   
Quote:

On 28-03-2011 16:16, royston wrote:
Another interesting thing about his luggage is that follows its owner about.


That's called a dog (or maybe a dog in your luggage with holes for it's legs).


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royston
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Posted: 28-03-2011 23:25   
Woof! Woof! I wish I hadn't started this now.

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blib
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Posted: 28-03-2011 23:53   
You force your dog to carry your luggage through airport terminals?

Animalist !
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royston
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Posted: 29-03-2011 14:57   
http://www.travelteq.com/Trip?gclid=CMy3wNn286cCFUtC4QodWHeEZw

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blib
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Posted: 29-03-2011 17:02   
I'm not buying you that, unless you promise to emigrate once more.
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royston
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Posted: 30-03-2011 09:17   
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On 29-03-2011 17:02, blib wrote:
........ unless you promise to emigrate once more.




Thank heavens for that. I havn't been sleeping properly since you said 'sincerely' and all those kind comments on the Bash Report thread.


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blib
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Posted: 30-03-2011 13:41   
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I havn't been sleeping properly



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