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  • inafish wrote:

    Hey Yuri,
    thanks for the lengthy, passionate comments. Don't worry, I do have a driver's license and I know how dangerous invisible cyclists are. Still, sometimes a reminder is nice...
    Happy Halloween!

  • solitaryascidian wrote:

    aren't you special?

  • solitaryascidian wrote:


  • littlewolf wrote:

    Not the film. Not the new film. Episodes. Old, old, old episodes. The original episodes. Which are rather interestingly made, in hindsight. And Paddington is really fairly un-read-aloud-to-children unreadable, at least the later stories. (Unlike Roald Dahl which is fabulously read-aloud-able). Although one can read it to oneself. But watch, yes. And, by the way, in case you hadn't realised it, that was a sleep post. When ever very off the wall comments like that appear, you can be 99% certain it is a sleep post. As is this one :).

    So I take it that leaves Dumbo for choice? I prefer Monsters Inc :). Did you watch all the Blade Runners in the end? And do a comparative critique :)?

  • rss wrote:

    The white page actually helped! Thanks!

  • solitaryascidian wrote:

    puts a rose in her mouth and does the forbidden dance with you .

  • alex wrote:

    Truth, Love, Beuaty, Sleepy, Dasher, Dancer and Doc.

  • solitaryascidian wrote:


  • littlewolf wrote:

    depends... what size glass were you envisaging?

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  • in How are you all?, Yuri says:


    Jul 24, 2011 07:53 PM
  • in You may not have noticed it..., Yuri says:

    I am ... quiet!

    Hi Lynn - nice to read you again!

    Aug 24, 2010 01:20 PM
  • in spinach, Yuri says:

    baby spinach, or big leaves?
    Baby spinach deserves to be eaten, right away :0)
    Bigger leaves... make a tart, with cheese and capers!

    Apr 24, 2010 12:01 PM
  • in wood?, Yuri says:

    I can't decide... As an engineer, I'd not fancy the maple, in case it wobbles at speed, but then I never used a spindle... I prefer the oak for sentimental reasons! Walnut is great to feel (is it not also important how the feel if you handle them a lot? Wood has vastly different feels...) but I thought that one in the picture was pigmented to dark - is it not difficult to see fine dark colours against it?

    Apr 24, 2010 11:36 AM
  • in I won a baking contest!, Yuri says:

    With good care, both awesome knives and Le Creuset (almost kitchen-porn that stuff, isn't it?) pans are going to be with you for a long time and useful every day...
    I have a thing for good knives, and would probably lean towards one (humm... unfortunate turn of phrase there...) but I also own too much stuff to move, and the idea of another cast iron pan is scary :0)
    Split the voucher, get both!

    Apr 24, 2010 11:32 AM
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