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PostPosted: Sun May 04, 2008 2:02 pm 
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good point and a good post too.


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PostPosted: Sun May 04, 2008 5:25 pm 
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Ricky wrote:
Sorry to be a pedantic twat but 'enormity' means a great evil or a great crime...it's a common error and we know what you mean.


That's only one of the definitions - there are others.

The Cambridge dictionary also gives the "size" explanation which is what we all know was meant by the title of this particular post.


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There are 2 posts I've put on this board which I wish'd I hadn't once I'd pressed the submit button, one was about Gary Glitter and now this one, I am a complete arse and apologise most profusely!!!


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Ricky wrote:
There are 2 posts I've put on this board which I wish'd I hadn't once I'd pressed the submit button, one was about Gary Glitter and now this one, I am a complete arse and apologise most profusely!!!


Welcome to the club!

That guy that's digging out an iron for the Albert Hall show sounds a bit vicious don't ye think?


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An iron in yer Albert Halls.... :shock:


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:*:

even so, it beats having a garden fork up yer Snake Pass.

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Welcome to the club!

That guy that's digging out an iron for the Albert Hall show sounds a bit vicious don't ye think?


:*: ... :wink:

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even so, it beats having a garden fork up yer Snake Pass.


Quite! :)

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:thumleft: not that i speak from experience of a bizarre gardening accident.... :wink:

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maggie wrote:
Yes, the fact that so many people can relate to your lyrics and are touched by your music means that you're truly putting your heart and soul into what you do.....and that, along with the fact that you choose to be down to earth and human keeps us all on here and rooting for you! Don't you dare change, you grumpy bugger! :wink:


Hear hear! However ..... Careful Maggie - he might start smiling when we are staring upwards from the front row at Perth ... then again .... maybe not! :wink: :*:

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Jan H wrote:
maggie wrote:
Yes, the fact that so many people can relate to your lyrics and are touched by your music means that you're truly putting your heart and soul into what you do.....and that, along with the fact that you choose to be down to earth and human keeps us all on here and rooting for you! Don't you dare change, you grumpy bugger! :wink:


Hear hear! However ..... Careful Maggie - he might start smiling when we are staring upwards from the front row at Perth ... then again .... maybe not! :wink: :*:


I doubt it Jan...I think a glazed fear filled stare and a fixed grimace are the best we can hope for!!!


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Since hissyt has outed me as a non-stalker he'll only have two women in the front row to fear :*: :*:
However, I'm expecting that slightly pissed off "can't you just sit and listen" combined with "what you've been to the bar and not brought me one" look as I negotiate the rows clutching a pint for hissyt, a pear cider for luckyman and several glasses of rioja for myself (oh, and you lot too). :D :D

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catsandbooks wrote:
Since hissyt has outed me as a non-stalker he'll only have two women in the front row to fear :*: :*:
However, I'm expecting that slightly pissed off "can't you just sit and listen" combined with "what you've been to the bar and not brought me one" look as I negotiate the rows clutching a pint for hissyt, a pear cider for luckyman and several glasses of rioja for myself (oh, and you lot too). :D :D


But you can't possibly wander around between the bar and the hall while Richard is playing - stalker or non-stalker! :shock: It's just not RIGHT! :*:


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Denisc wrote:
Your music is absolutely beautiful, I am fairly late comer to your music but is was great getting the first four albums together and the Lady's Bridge came out shortly after that. All that great music in one go, amazing.

Incidently, you did an interview with Tony Fenton on 103FM here in Ireland back in Feb, well he constantly plays your music virtually every day which is great as we have a radio at work.


I loved meeting Tony we had a good chat as i recall,he's a bit of an Irish legend right?nice fella and good taste in music i remember talking of air and having a right laugh

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