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Re: OT uncle jim

Matt Probert wrote:

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I have actually, just 2 weeks ago. But I ended up hanging out with an
English bunch all night, so.. no, the Dutch aren't (as) crazy ;-)

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Re: OT uncle jim

On Sat, 24 Dec 2005 12:39:47 +0000, SpaceGirl

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Sounds like my family.  I found out that a beloved 2nd cousin had died
when I called my grandmother and found her weeping while she was
waiting to be picked up for the funeral (200 miles away, so there was
no way I could get there in time).

You have my sympathies.
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Good luck fighting the crowds.  I'm about to run to the grocery store
and am not looking forward even to that!

If you always do what you've always done, you'll always get what you've
always got.

In Praise of Low Cost Airlines (Was Re: OT uncle jim)

With all the complaints about low cost airlines, it's easy to forget how
easy how cheap they have made travel and the extra routes they have

My uncle in Gloucester is poorly, we're not particularly close - I haven't
seen him for about 10 years - but he's my last surviving Uncle and I thought
it would be nice to go see him as he probably hasn't long left. Not the sort
of thing I'd want to spend a *lot* of money on just before Christmas but I
went over last week, Belfast-Bristol in the evening with Easy Jet, car hire
for a day, overnight stay in a motorway hotel, back the next evening - whole
thing 140 stg.

It's almost like getting a bus, nowadays.

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