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Post by Adam D Thu 27 Feb 2014, 8:23 am

First topic message reminder :

As the old thread is reaching its max again, I thought I would set up a whole new 20 spare pages for you all to talk about things neither cultural or Cup based.

Not that it makes a difference.

All anthropod, cortex and mild stereotyping of northerners welcome in here.

Just don't ask about the 2014 cup competition though.


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Post by TopHat24/7 Tue 04 Mar 2014, 9:31 am

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Am in that London again tomorrow.

I viewed a property in that London last night, was a one bedroom flat in the arse-end of Greenwich, £1400 a month.  Wondered what I could get in Rotherham for that much and the rent didn't seem to go that high, found a decent-looking three-bedroom house with a fair-sized garden for £795.  We might be neighbours soon, Jeff, borrowing garden tools and rugged footwear and hating each other's pets.

Not bad.

I rent a 1 bed flat in Finsbury Park for £1,350 a month and Greenwich is much nicer than FP.

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Post by ShahenshahG Tue 04 Mar 2014, 9:31 am

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Mind the windows Tino. wrote:Big day for me yesterday.

I ordered 5 new shirt and jumper combinations last night.  Straight out of the Next catalogue.  Should arrive today.  Pretty excited.

Sh*t the bed, Jeff?

NEXT??! You're a fooking hedge fund manager!!

Why aren't you down Thomas Pink or, at least, Charles Tyrwhitt or TM Lewin??

A) I am not a hedge fund manager

and

B) I am not a c*nt like you.


you should have seen that one coming tophat

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Post by seanmichaels Tue 04 Mar 2014, 9:32 am

Mind the windows Tino. wrote:
Linebreaker wrote:

NSW. I've recently moved from the wild country in northern Sydney to the land of bricks and concrete. Loving it.


Are you in funnel web territory?


I believe so.

Massive facking spiders on fraser island. Looked fast as well. Hate the barstewards.

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Post by TopHat24/7 Tue 04 Mar 2014, 9:34 am

Mind the windows Tino. wrote:
TopHat24/7 wrote:
Mind the windows Tino. wrote:Big day for me yesterday.

I ordered 5 new shirt and jumper combinations last night.  Straight out of the Next catalogue.  Should arrive today.  Pretty excited.

Sh*t the bed, Jeff?

NEXT??! You're a fooking hedge fund manager!!

Why aren't you down Thomas Pink or, at least, Charles Tyrwhitt or TM Lewin??

A) I am not a hedge fund manager


Well you should try working a little harder then. Maybe if you didn't spend all your time either rutting or stalking celebrities you might get a promotion, and be able to afford proper shirts.

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Post by Mind the windows Tino. Tue 04 Mar 2014, 9:34 am

seanmichaels wrote:
Mind the windows Tino. wrote:
Linebreaker wrote:

NSW. I've recently moved from the wild country in northern Sydney to the land of bricks and concrete. Loving it.


Are you in funnel web territory?


I believe so.

Massive facking spiders on fraser island. Looked fast as well. Hate the barstewards.

Where is Fraser island? I have never been to Oz.

I think Sydney funnel webs are only within a a certain radius of the city although I could be mistaken. Hard b'stard of the spider world.

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Post by Pal Joey Tue 04 Mar 2014, 9:34 am

Mind the windows Tino. wrote:
Linebreaker wrote:

NSW. I've recently moved from the wild country in northern Sydney to the land of bricks and concrete. Loving it.


Are you in funnel web territory?


I used to be. Actually the numbers seem down compared to the 70s, 80s (where I used to live). Their nests get built over.

Where I am now - no funnel webs (haven't seen any) but quite a few redbacks... but they usually keep to themselves. The odd red-belly black snake crops up closer to the wetland / industrial area about 5km away.

I got bitten on the fleshy part of my forearm by a Golden Orb spider when I was a kid.

The pain sort of intensified after 20 minutes... swelling up the size of a golf ball. Itchy and sore as hell. When I popped it a few days later.... you don't want to know. The puss was extraordinary!
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Post by Mind the windows Tino. Tue 04 Mar 2014, 9:35 am

TopHat24/7 wrote:
Mind the windows Tino. wrote:
TopHat24/7 wrote:
Mind the windows Tino. wrote:Big day for me yesterday.

I ordered 5 new shirt and jumper combinations last night.  Straight out of the Next catalogue.  Should arrive today.  Pretty excited.

Sh*t the bed, Jeff?

NEXT??! You're a fooking hedge fund manager!!

Why aren't you down Thomas Pink or, at least, Charles Tyrwhitt or TM Lewin??

A) I am not a hedge fund manager


Well you should try working a little harder then.  Maybe if you didn't spend all your time either rutting or stalking celebrities you might get a promotion, and be able to afford proper shirts.

Thanks for the advice, fat lad. I will keep it in mind.

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Post by Galted Tue 04 Mar 2014, 9:36 am

TopHat24/7 wrote:
Galted wrote:
Rowley wrote:

Am in that London again tomorrow.

I viewed a property in that London last night, was a one bedroom flat in the arse-end of Greenwich, £1400 a month.  Wondered what I could get in Rotherham for that much and the rent didn't seem to go that high, found a decent-looking three-bedroom house with a fair-sized garden for £795.  We might be neighbours soon, Jeff, borrowing garden tools and rugged footwear and hating each other's pets.

Not bad.

I rent a 1 bed flat in Finsbury Park for £1,350 a month and Greenwich is much nicer than FP.

Place was ok, surroundings weren't, was probably closer to Westcombe Park than Greenwich. Just looked at a flat in Dartford, nearest stations were listed as Darlington (224.1 mi), North Road (225.1 mi) and Dinsdale (222.6 mi) - got to love RightMove.


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Post by seanmichaels Tue 04 Mar 2014, 9:40 am

Mind the windows Tino. wrote:
seanmichaels wrote:
Mind the windows Tino. wrote:
Linebreaker wrote:

NSW. I've recently moved from the wild country in northern Sydney to the land of bricks and concrete. Loving it.


Are you in funnel web territory?


I believe so.

Massive facking spiders on fraser island. Looked fast as well. Hate the barstewards.

Where is Fraser island?  I have never been to Oz.

I think Sydney funnel webs are only within a a certain radius of the city although I could be mistaken.  Hard b'stard of the spider world.

Just north of Brisbane. Big sand island with rainforest and funnel webs.

Spiders everywhere especially the bogs. I had to crap on the beach as I wouldn't go near them. Bloody nasty looking monitor lizards as well. And big facking sand flies that chased you. Loved it though.

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Post by Pal Joey Tue 04 Mar 2014, 9:41 am

Tino - there are various funnel web species from Tassie up to southern Qld. The Blue Mountains ones are the most toxic apparently. Basically, the Sydney species is practically everywhere where there are un-concreted areas. So you get them in parks near Bondi (east), north, south and west but less so in the inner west where the heaviest population is.
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Post by Mind the windows Tino. Tue 04 Mar 2014, 9:44 am

Linebreaker wrote:Tino - there are various funnel web species from Tassie up to southern Qld. The Blue Mountains ones are the most toxic apparently. Basically, the Sydney species is practically everywhere where there are un-concreted areas. So you get them in parks near Bondi (east), north, south and west but less so in the inner west where the heaviest population is.

OK, thanks LB. The Sydney ones look the most aggressive when they rear up but I haven't heard of Blue Mountain ones. Interesting stuff, thanks.

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Post by TopHat24/7 Tue 04 Mar 2014, 9:44 am

Galted wrote:
TopHat24/7 wrote:
Galted wrote:
Rowley wrote:

Am in that London again tomorrow.

I viewed a property in that London last night, was a one bedroom flat in the arse-end of Greenwich, £1400 a month.  Wondered what I could get in Rotherham for that much and the rent didn't seem to go that high, found a decent-looking three-bedroom house with a fair-sized garden for £795.  We might be neighbours soon, Jeff, borrowing garden tools and rugged footwear and hating each other's pets.

Not bad.

I rent a 1 bed flat in Finsbury Park for £1,350 a month and Greenwich is much nicer than FP.

Place was ok, surroundings weren't, was probably closer to Westcombe Park than Greenwich.  Just looked at a flat in Dartford, nearest stations were listed as Darlington (224.1 mi), North Road (225.1 mi) and Dinsdale (222.6 mi) - got to love RightMove.


Ah, ok.

Friends just bought a house in Westcombe Park, never quite saw the attraction personally.

That said I prefer to avoid sarf landan as a general rule of thumb anyway...

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Post by seanmichaels Tue 04 Mar 2014, 9:50 am

This is a true story of survival and death in the world of anthropods.

Myself, brother and a few mates booked a sailing break in the whitsundays (islands in the barrier reef) and the break included a stay on a fairly uninhabited island. At a BBQ / dinner one night we were sat around with the crew when a moth flew down on to the table. Some stupid yank tried to swat it but the crew member ( a biologist) saved the moth and castigated the yank. After a brief lesson on moths the crew member released the moth which duly flew to the nearest light and, spider web. From nowhere a gobstopper sized black and white striped spider (everton mint) jumped out and engulfed the moth.


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Post by Galted Tue 04 Mar 2014, 9:52 am

Mind the windows Tino. wrote:
Linebreaker wrote:Tino - there are various funnel web species from Tassie up to southern Qld. The Blue Mountains ones are the most toxic apparently. Basically, the Sydney species is practically everywhere where there are un-concreted areas. So you get them in parks near Bondi (east), north, south and west but less so in the inner west where the heaviest population is.

OK, thanks LB.  The Sydney ones look the most aggressive when they rear up but I haven't heard of Blue Mountain ones.  Interesting stuff, thanks.

Are you trying to shut LB up because his arthropod stories are from experience and not BBC documentaries and YouTube?
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Post by Mind the windows Tino. Tue 04 Mar 2014, 9:54 am

Galted wrote:
Mind the windows Tino. wrote:
Linebreaker wrote:Tino - there are various funnel web species from Tassie up to southern Qld. The Blue Mountains ones are the most toxic apparently. Basically, the Sydney species is practically everywhere where there are un-concreted areas. So you get them in parks near Bondi (east), north, south and west but less so in the inner west where the heaviest population is.

OK, thanks LB.  The Sydney ones look the most aggressive when they rear up but I haven't heard of Blue Mountain ones.  Interesting stuff, thanks.

Are you trying to shut LB up because his arthropod stories are from experience and not BBC documentaries and YouTube?

How have I tried to shut him up? I am interested in his stories, genuinely.


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Post by Pal Joey Tue 04 Mar 2014, 9:55 am

TopHat24/7 wrote:
Galted wrote:
Rowley wrote:

Am in that London again tomorrow.

I viewed a property in that London last night, was a one bedroom flat in the arse-end of Greenwich, £1400 a month.  Wondered what I could get in Rotherham for that much and the rent didn't seem to go that high, found a decent-looking three-bedroom house with a fair-sized garden for £795.  We might be neighbours soon, Jeff, borrowing garden tools and rugged footwear and hating each other's pets.

Not bad.

I rent a 1 bed flat in Finsbury Park for £1,350 a month and Greenwich is much nicer than FP.

Wow. Back in 1989-90 I rented a 1br in Notting Hill and shared a small 3br flat in Holland Park (Royal Cresc.) Think I paid roughly £80 a week for both.
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Post by Galted Tue 04 Mar 2014, 9:58 am

Linebreaker wrote:
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Galted wrote:
Rowley wrote:

Am in that London again tomorrow.

I viewed a property in that London last night, was a one bedroom flat in the arse-end of Greenwich, £1400 a month.  Wondered what I could get in Rotherham for that much and the rent didn't seem to go that high, found a decent-looking three-bedroom house with a fair-sized garden for £795.  We might be neighbours soon, Jeff, borrowing garden tools and rugged footwear and hating each other's pets.

Not bad.

I rent a 1 bed flat in Finsbury Park for £1,350 a month and Greenwich is much nicer than FP.

Wow. Back in 1989-90 I rented a 1br in Notting Hill and shared a small 3br flat in Holland Park (Royal Cresc.) Think I paid roughly £80 a week for both.

Cheers, LB, it's back to the cricket boards for you otherwise I'm going to carry on self-harming and writing emo poems.
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Post by Pal Joey Tue 04 Mar 2014, 9:59 am

seanmichaels wrote:This is a true story of survival and death in the world of anthropods.

Myself, brother and a few mates booked a sailing break in the whitsundays (islands in the barrier reef) and the break included a stay on a fairly uninhabited island. At a BBQ / dinner one night we were sat around with the crew when a moth flew down on to the table. Some stupid yank tried to swat it but the crew member ( a biologist) saved the moth and castigated the yank. After a brief lesson on moths the crew member released the moth which duly flew to the nearest light and, spider web. From nowhere a gobstopper sized black and white striped spider (everton mint) jumped out and engulfed the moth.


There's a you tube video of this giant spider sucking the life out of some decent sized bird (the feathered type that flies...) Awful way to go.

Too scared to google it but I know it's there. It was in north Qld - Daintree? or somewhere?
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Post by seanmichaels Tue 04 Mar 2014, 10:01 am

Linebreaker wrote:
seanmichaels wrote:This is a true story of survival and death in the world of anthropods.

Myself, brother and a few mates booked a sailing break in the whitsundays (islands in the barrier reef) and the break included a stay on a fairly uninhabited island. At a BBQ / dinner one night we were sat around with the crew when a moth flew down on to the table. Some stupid yank tried to swat it but the crew member ( a biologist) saved the moth and castigated the yank. After a brief lesson on moths the crew member released the moth which duly flew to the nearest light and, spider web. From nowhere a gobstopper sized black and white striped spider (everton mint) jumped out and engulfed the moth.


There's a you tube video of this giant spider sucking the life out of some decent sized bird (the feathered type that flies...) Awful way to go.

Too scared to google it but I know it's there. It was in north Qld - Daintree? or somewhere?

Went to Daintree. There's a tree there that has heart shaped flowers. If you touch it the sting can last for ever.

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Post by Mind the windows Tino. Tue 04 Mar 2014, 10:01 am

Linebreaker wrote:
seanmichaels wrote:This is a true story of survival and death in the world of anthropods.

Myself, brother and a few mates booked a sailing break in the whitsundays (islands in the barrier reef) and the break included a stay on a fairly uninhabited island. At a BBQ / dinner one night we were sat around with the crew when a moth flew down on to the table. Some stupid yank tried to swat it but the crew member ( a biologist) saved the moth and castigated the yank. After a brief lesson on moths the crew member released the moth which duly flew to the nearest light and, spider web. From nowhere a gobstopper sized black and white striped spider (everton mint) jumped out and engulfed the moth.


There's a you tube video of this giant spider sucking the life out of some decent sized bird (the feathered type that flies...) Awful way to go.

Too scared to google it but I know it's there. It was in north Qld - Daintree? or somewhere?

Goliath bird eaters have a reputation for killing and eating birds, hence the name, but it is pretty rare occasion that they catch one. The bird normally has to be injured so it can't fly. Biggest spider in the world.

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Post by Galted Tue 04 Mar 2014, 10:02 am

Mind the windows Tino. wrote:
Galted wrote:
Mind the windows Tino. wrote:
Linebreaker wrote:Tino - there are various funnel web species from Tassie up to southern Qld. The Blue Mountains ones are the most toxic apparently. Basically, the Sydney species is practically everywhere where there are un-concreted areas. So you get them in parks near Bondi (east), north, south and west but less so in the inner west where the heaviest population is.

OK, thanks LB.  The Sydney ones look the most aggressive when they rear up but I haven't heard of Blue Mountain ones.  Interesting stuff, thanks.

Are you trying to shut LB up because his arthropod stories are from experience and not BBC documentaries and YouTube?

How have I tried to shut him up?  I am interested in his stories, genuinely.


Then why did you thank him twice in quick succession? When I repeatedly thank someone it's often because I'd quite like for them to shut the f*ck up.
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Post by JuliusHMarx Tue 04 Mar 2014, 10:03 am

I have no interesting arthropod-related anecdote, nor have I ever rented a flat in London. I have led a sheltered life and am now paying the price.

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Post by Galted Tue 04 Mar 2014, 10:03 am

seanmichaels wrote:
Linebreaker wrote:
seanmichaels wrote:This is a true story of survival and death in the world of anthropods.

Myself, brother and a few mates booked a sailing break in the whitsundays (islands in the barrier reef) and the break included a stay on a fairly uninhabited island. At a BBQ / dinner one night we were sat around with the crew when a moth flew down on to the table. Some stupid yank tried to swat it but the crew member ( a biologist) saved the moth and castigated the yank. After a brief lesson on moths the crew member released the moth which duly flew to the nearest light and, spider web. From nowhere a gobstopper sized black and white striped spider (everton mint) jumped out and engulfed the moth.


There's a you tube video of this giant spider sucking the life out of some decent sized bird (the feathered type that flies...) Awful way to go.

Too scared to google it but I know it's there. It was in north Qld - Daintree? or somewhere?

Went to Daintree. There's a tree there that has heart shaped flowers. If you touch it the sting can last for ever.

I think that you probably read that in a CS Lewis story, michaels.
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Post by Galted Tue 04 Mar 2014, 10:04 am

JuliusHMarx wrote:I have no interesting arthropod-related anecdote, nor have I ever rented a flat in London. I have led a sheltered life and am now paying the price.

Tell us about the time you reversed over an urchin in your Morgan.
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Post by seanmichaels Tue 04 Mar 2014, 10:05 am

Galted wrote:
seanmichaels wrote:
Linebreaker wrote:
seanmichaels wrote:This is a true story of survival and death in the world of anthropods.

Myself, brother and a few mates booked a sailing break in the whitsundays (islands in the barrier reef) and the break included a stay on a fairly uninhabited island. At a BBQ / dinner one night we were sat around with the crew when a moth flew down on to the table. Some stupid yank tried to swat it but the crew member ( a biologist) saved the moth and castigated the yank. After a brief lesson on moths the crew member released the moth which duly flew to the nearest light and, spider web. From nowhere a gobstopper sized black and white striped spider (everton mint) jumped out and engulfed the moth.


There's a you tube video of this giant spider sucking the life out of some decent sized bird (the feathered type that flies...) Awful way to go.

Too scared to google it but I know it's there. It was in north Qld - Daintree? or somewhere?

Went to Daintree. There's a tree there that has heart shaped flowers. If you touch it the sting can last for ever.

I think that you probably read that in a CS Lewis story, michaels.

Ye of little faith http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dendrocnide_moroides

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Post by Galted Tue 04 Mar 2014, 10:05 am

Galted wrote:
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Galted wrote:
Mind the windows Tino. wrote:
Linebreaker wrote:Tino - there are various funnel web species from Tassie up to southern Qld. The Blue Mountains ones are the most toxic apparently. Basically, the Sydney species is practically everywhere where there are un-concreted areas. So you get them in parks near Bondi (east), north, south and west but less so in the inner west where the heaviest population is.

OK, thanks LB.  The Sydney ones look the most aggressive when they rear up but I haven't heard of Blue Mountain ones.  Interesting stuff, thanks.

Are you trying to shut LB up because his arthropod stories are from experience and not BBC documentaries and YouTube?

How have I tried to shut him up?  I am interested in his stories, genuinely.


Then why did you thank him twice in quick succession?  When I repeatedly thank someone it's often because I'd quite like for them to shut the f*ck up.  

Please don't make me regret mentioning that, Tino.
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Post by Mind the windows Tino. Tue 04 Mar 2014, 10:06 am

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Linebreaker wrote:Tino - there are various funnel web species from Tassie up to southern Qld. The Blue Mountains ones are the most toxic apparently. Basically, the Sydney species is practically everywhere where there are un-concreted areas. So you get them in parks near Bondi (east), north, south and west but less so in the inner west where the heaviest population is.

OK, thanks LB.  The Sydney ones look the most aggressive when they rear up but I haven't heard of Blue Mountain ones.  Interesting stuff, thanks.

Are you trying to shut LB up because his arthropod stories are from experience and not BBC documentaries and YouTube?

How have I tried to shut him up?  I am interested in his stories, genuinely.


Then why did you thank him twice in quick succession?  When I repeatedly thank someone it's often because I'd quite like for them to shut the f*ck up.  

I am nothing like you, thankfully. But thanks for your post. I really appreciate it, so thanks.

Thanks, Galted. Thanks.

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Damn your eyes.

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Post by Galted Tue 04 Mar 2014, 10:07 am

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seanmichaels wrote:This is a true story of survival and death in the world of anthropods.

Myself, brother and a few mates booked a sailing break in the whitsundays (islands in the barrier reef) and the break included a stay on a fairly uninhabited island. At a BBQ / dinner one night we were sat around with the crew when a moth flew down on to the table. Some stupid yank tried to swat it but the crew member ( a biologist) saved the moth and castigated the yank. After a brief lesson on moths the crew member released the moth which duly flew to the nearest light and, spider web. From nowhere a gobstopper sized black and white striped spider (everton mint) jumped out and engulfed the moth.


There's a you tube video of this giant spider sucking the life out of some decent sized bird (the feathered type that flies...) Awful way to go.

Too scared to google it but I know it's there. It was in north Qld - Daintree? or somewhere?

Went to Daintree. There's a tree there that has heart shaped flowers. If you touch it the sting can last for ever.

I think that you probably read that in a CS Lewis story, michaels.

Ye of little faith http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dendrocnide_moroides

Very well backed up. I've not doubted any of your posts before and I see no reason to do so again.
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JuliusHMarx wrote:I have no interesting arthropod-related anecdote, nor have I ever rented a flat in London. I have led a sheltered life and am now paying the price.

Tell us about the time you reversed over an urchin in your Morgan.

I reversed over an urchin in my Morgan.

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Post by Galted Tue 04 Mar 2014, 10:08 am

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Linebreaker wrote:Tino - there are various funnel web species from Tassie up to southern Qld. The Blue Mountains ones are the most toxic apparently. Basically, the Sydney species is practically everywhere where there are un-concreted areas. So you get them in parks near Bondi (east), north, south and west but less so in the inner west where the heaviest population is.

OK, thanks LB.  The Sydney ones look the most aggressive when they rear up but I haven't heard of Blue Mountain ones.  Interesting stuff, thanks.

Are you trying to shut LB up because his arthropod stories are from experience and not BBC documentaries and YouTube?

How have I tried to shut him up?  I am interested in his stories, genuinely.


Then why did you thank him twice in quick succession?  When I repeatedly thank someone it's often because I'd quite like for them to shut the f*ck up.  

I am nothing like you, thankfully.  But thanks for your post.  I really appreciate it, so thanks.

Thanks, Galted.  Thanks.

F*ck you, Tino.
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Post by TopHat24/7 Tue 04 Mar 2014, 10:11 am

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Am in that London again tomorrow.

I viewed a property in that London last night, was a one bedroom flat in the arse-end of Greenwich, £1400 a month.  Wondered what I could get in Rotherham for that much and the rent didn't seem to go that high, found a decent-looking three-bedroom house with a fair-sized garden for £795.  We might be neighbours soon, Jeff, borrowing garden tools and rugged footwear and hating each other's pets.

Not bad.

I rent a 1 bed flat in Finsbury Park for £1,350 a month and Greenwich is much nicer than FP.

Wow. Back in 1989-90 I rented a 1br in Notting Hill and shared a small 3br flat in Holland Park (Royal Cresc.) Think I paid roughly £80 a week for both.

Cheers, LB, it's back to the cricket boards for you otherwise I'm going to carry on self-harming and writing emo poems.

How about the Olympic Park, Galted?

• 200 private homes let at East Village, E20. Around 200 private rented homes have been let at Qatari Diar’s and Delancey’s private rented initiative Get Living London at East Village, E20. Chief executive at Get Living London Derek Gorman commented on the initiatives the group is introducing to encourage people to rent for the long-term, noting, “We have 1,439 units and 200 away, so we have a bit of work to make sure we get this scheme up and developed and running. In the long term, it is a platform business and we are looking to create more Get Living London’s across London and in other places.” (Source: EGi)

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Post by seanmichaels Tue 04 Mar 2014, 10:18 am

TopHat24/7 wrote:

How about the Olympic Park, Galted?

• 200 private homes let at East Village, E20. Around 200 private rented homes have been let at Qatari Diar’s and Delancey’s private rented initiative Get Living London at East Village, E20. Chief executive at Get Living London Derek Gorman commented on the initiatives the group is introducing to encourage people to rent for the long-term, noting, “We have 1,439 units and 200 away, so we have a bit of work to make sure we get this scheme up and developed and running. In the long term, it is a platform business and we are looking to create more Get Living London’s across London and in other places.” (Source: EGi)

Rotherham appeals more.

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Post by TopHat24/7 Tue 04 Mar 2014, 10:21 am

Lol

You've clearly never been to Rotherham! It's like a worse version of Barnsley......

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Post by Galted Tue 04 Mar 2014, 10:28 am

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Am in that London again tomorrow.

I viewed a property in that London last night, was a one bedroom flat in the arse-end of Greenwich, £1400 a month.  Wondered what I could get in Rotherham for that much and the rent didn't seem to go that high, found a decent-looking three-bedroom house with a fair-sized garden for £795.  We might be neighbours soon, Jeff, borrowing garden tools and rugged footwear and hating each other's pets.

Not bad.

I rent a 1 bed flat in Finsbury Park for £1,350 a month and Greenwich is much nicer than FP.

Wow. Back in 1989-90 I rented a 1br in Notting Hill and shared a small 3br flat in Holland Park (Royal Cresc.) Think I paid roughly £80 a week for both.

Cheers, LB, it's back to the cricket boards for you otherwise I'm going to carry on self-harming and writing emo poems.

How about the Olympic Park, Galted?

• 200 private homes let at East Village, E20. Around 200 private rented homes have been let at Qatari Diar’s and Delancey’s private rented initiative Get Living London at East Village, E20. Chief executive at Get Living London Derek Gorman commented on the initiatives the group is introducing to encourage people to rent for the long-term, noting, “We have 1,439 units and 200 away, so we have a bit of work to make sure we get this scheme up and developed and running. In the long term, it is a platform business and we are looking to create more Get Living London’s across London and in other places.” (Source: EGi)

Cheers, TopHat, I will look into it. Have never really considered East London before as I have quite a few mates from there, none of whom I'd want as neighbours.
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Post by rIck_dAgless Tue 04 Mar 2014, 11:02 am

Southern on here today

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Post by Mind the windows Tino. Tue 04 Mar 2014, 11:06 am

Hello Rick.

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Post by rIck_dAgless Tue 04 Mar 2014, 11:06 am

Morning Tino, how the devil are we this fine day?

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Post by Mind the windows Tino. Tue 04 Mar 2014, 11:11 am

rick_dagless wrote:Morning Tino, how the devil are we this fine day?

Very well, thanks. You?

You missed a cracking discussion on various types of spiders this morning.

Michaels came out with a belter of an anecdote as well. A moth flew into a spiders web and got eaten. I kid you not.

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Post by Pal Joey Tue 04 Mar 2014, 11:12 am

Galted wrote:
Linebreaker wrote:
TopHat24/7 wrote:
Galted wrote:
Rowley wrote:

Am in that London again tomorrow.

I viewed a property in that London last night, was a one bedroom flat in the arse-end of Greenwich, £1400 a month.  Wondered what I could get in Rotherham for that much and the rent didn't seem to go that high, found a decent-looking three-bedroom house with a fair-sized garden for £795.  We might be neighbours soon, Jeff, borrowing garden tools and rugged footwear and hating each other's pets.

Not bad.

I rent a 1 bed flat in Finsbury Park for £1,350 a month and Greenwich is much nicer than FP.

Wow. Back in 1989-90 I rented a 1br in Notting Hill and shared a small 3br flat in Holland Park (Royal Cresc.) Think I paid roughly £80 a week for both.

Cheers, LB, it's back to the cricket boards for you otherwise I'm going to carry on self-harming and writing emo poems.

Thank you... thank you, Galted. Can you please? Or how about a few lines of limericks?

When should they declare? Around a 576 run lead... considering Faf is in good form and ABDV has it in for us?

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Post by rIck_dAgless Tue 04 Mar 2014, 11:17 am

Tino wrote:Very well, thanks. You?

You missed a cracking discussion on various types of spiders this morning.

Michaels came out with a belter of an anecdote as well. A moth flew into a spiders web and got eaten. I kid you not.

I will have a gander when i get a moment, though i am surprised that michaels came up with an interesting anecdote which didn't involve females and any other argument which vehemently opposes any public school shenanigans.

But I grand cheers, refreshed after a long weekend doing not a great deal!

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Post by Mind the windows Tino. Tue 04 Mar 2014, 11:19 am

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I will have a gander when i get a moment, though i am surprised that michaels came up with an interesting anecdote which didn't involve females and any other argument which vehemently opposes any public school shenanigans.

I think he was being pleasured by a mermaid when he saw the moth and spider incident.


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Post by rIck_dAgless Tue 04 Mar 2014, 11:21 am

Tino wrote:I think he was being pleasured by a mermaid when he saw the moth and spider incident.

Sounds more plausibe for a michaels anecdote...

Though I wonder if Toppy then went on to eat the spider that swallowed the moth

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Post by TopHat24/7 Tue 04 Mar 2014, 11:24 am

Not unless it was deep fried.......

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Post by rIck_dAgless Tue 04 Mar 2014, 11:25 am

Fair point well made Toppy..

you could probably order that in superflyweights local chippy

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Post by Galted Tue 04 Mar 2014, 11:28 am

Linebreaker wrote:
Galted wrote:
Linebreaker wrote:
TopHat24/7 wrote:
Galted wrote:
Rowley wrote:

Am in that London again tomorrow.

I viewed a property in that London last night, was a one bedroom flat in the arse-end of Greenwich, £1400 a month.  Wondered what I could get in Rotherham for that much and the rent didn't seem to go that high, found a decent-looking three-bedroom house with a fair-sized garden for £795.  We might be neighbours soon, Jeff, borrowing garden tools and rugged footwear and hating each other's pets.

Not bad.

I rent a 1 bed flat in Finsbury Park for £1,350 a month and Greenwich is much nicer than FP.

Wow. Back in 1989-90 I rented a 1br in Notting Hill and shared a small 3br flat in Holland Park (Royal Cresc.) Think I paid roughly £80 a week for both.

Cheers, LB, it's back to the cricket boards for you otherwise I'm going to carry on self-harming and writing emo poems.

Thank you... thank you, Galted. Can you please? Or how about a few lines of limericks?

When should they declare? Around a 576 run lead... considering Faf is in good form and ABDV has it in for us?


I would guess 420ish but don't want to give SA too much time to chase in case there's some miracle to celebrate Smith's last hurrah.
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Post by Pal Joey Tue 04 Mar 2014, 11:31 am

Galted wrote:
Linebreaker wrote:
Galted wrote:
Linebreaker wrote:
TopHat24/7 wrote:
Galted wrote:
Rowley wrote:

Am in that London again tomorrow.

I viewed a property in that London last night, was a one bedroom flat in the arse-end of Greenwich, £1400 a month.  Wondered what I could get in Rotherham for that much and the rent didn't seem to go that high, found a decent-looking three-bedroom house with a fair-sized garden for £795.  We might be neighbours soon, Jeff, borrowing garden tools and rugged footwear and hating each other's pets.

Not bad.

I rent a 1 bed flat in Finsbury Park for £1,350 a month and Greenwich is much nicer than FP.

Wow. Back in 1989-90 I rented a 1br in Notting Hill and shared a small 3br flat in Holland Park (Royal Cresc.) Think I paid roughly £80 a week for both.

Cheers, LB, it's back to the cricket boards for you otherwise I'm going to carry on self-harming and writing emo poems.

Thank you... thank you, Galted. Can you please? Or how about a few lines of limericks?

When should they declare? Around a 576 run lead... considering Faf is in good form and ABDV has it in for us?


I would guess 420ish but don't want to give SA too much time to chase in case there's some miracle to celebrate Smith's last hurrah.

Think (T)Watto wants a quick ton too. The squirrel has already gone beserk.
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Post by Galted Tue 04 Mar 2014, 11:41 am

Linebreaker wrote:
Galted wrote:
Linebreaker wrote:
Galted wrote:
Linebreaker wrote:
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Galted wrote:
Rowley wrote:

Am in that London again tomorrow.

I viewed a property in that London last night, was a one bedroom flat in the arse-end of Greenwich, £1400 a month.  Wondered what I could get in Rotherham for that much and the rent didn't seem to go that high, found a decent-looking three-bedroom house with a fair-sized garden for £795.  We might be neighbours soon, Jeff, borrowing garden tools and rugged footwear and hating each other's pets.

Not bad.

I rent a 1 bed flat in Finsbury Park for £1,350 a month and Greenwich is much nicer than FP.

Wow. Back in 1989-90 I rented a 1br in Notting Hill and shared a small 3br flat in Holland Park (Royal Cresc.) Think I paid roughly £80 a week for both.

Cheers, LB, it's back to the cricket boards for you otherwise I'm going to carry on self-harming and writing emo poems.

Thank you... thank you, Galted. Can you please? Or how about a few lines of limericks?

When should they declare? Around a 576 run lead... considering Faf is in good form and ABDV has it in for us?


I would guess 420ish but don't want to give SA too much time to chase in case there's some miracle to celebrate Smith's last hurrah.

Think (T)Watto wants a quick ton too. The squirrel has already gone beserk.

Bloody hell, 52 runs since I last looked, which wasn't that long ago.
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Post by Rowley Tue 04 Mar 2014, 11:43 am

Just dropped into the boxing board. What is happening in the crazy world of insects and practical but horrifically dull clothing.

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