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Daily Quote from my World Almanac 2009 Daily Calendar

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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
Here goes................ daily postings from my very special calendar from my very special cyber friends (you know who you are!)
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Wishing you all a very happy new year, new year = new thread !

Hope you all enjoyed the celebrations and are feeling ok today !

Todays quote-

In giving freedom to the slave, we assure feedom to the free - Abraham Lincoln

Todays number-

100 - number of light bulbs on the first Times Square New Year's Eve ball, dropped to ring in 1907.
#2
lol, this again
#3
Excellent - a whole brand new thread. Thanks Suze:thumbsup:
Almanac!! :thumbsup: Do you get a whole lot of choices for each day?
A very happy New Year to you and all and hoping for an excellent 2009. You can tell us what your Christmas tree wishes were in a year's time!!
I am feeling fine - in contrast to yesterday. We had the six of us here and a quiet celebration.

In giving freedom to the slave, we assure freedom to the free - Abraham Lincoln

It would have been a lot more effective if everyone - women, non-landed, blacks had all been given the vote. Power elites. Don't get me started.

100 - number of light bulbs on the first Times Square New Year's Eve ball, dropped to ring in 1907.

Elder son and G/F were till up to watch this year's Times Square. It seems it's the equivalent of Big Ben for all of N America.

Abvance
lol, this again

I think this post has boosted your awesomeness by one!!:)

http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii78/chesso_photos/New%20Year/-fireworks4.gif
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Happy New Year!
talk about indulgences ... we were spoilt rotten, everyone brought champs – we had the Bollys, Cliquets, Moets, Doms etc ... i drank more than my fill as we had a lot of food throughout [5 types of starters including some smoked salmon, salmon sashimi, our sushi, crudités w melted camembert (i prefer camembert with cranberry though)] followed by a 'steamboat' main course (someone joked you had to take off your clothes for the 'steam bath' which of course got us a little worried lol) it looked like a very healthy dish, done in reverse order to the usual ... veges thrown into the pot (which is on a hot plate that you can also fry up/bbq if you wish) first then small pieces of meat then it soon boils down to soup stock as you put in several layers/cycles, then you add in the noodles at the end and finish it all off. nothing wasted really. then off to desert – savoury biscuits with different types of cheeses, out came the Sauterney (desert wine, grand cru). yummy truffles, which were surprisingly from Costco! new tip, the truffles went very well with the Tallisker reserve ...

then a mad rush for texting and calling loved ones leaving messages to say Happy New Year when we realised it was a quarter to midnight! all adjourned into the living room and Hootenany was counting down, the champs was ready and all cheered to the London fireworks ... that was pretty elaborate and at one point it looked OTT with the sky going totally white like a mushroom cloud lol! (although on the morning news, it looked like Edinburgh's fireworks display was more spectacular!)

we stayed over, i plopped into bed about 15 mins before the party ended – was about 3am at that stage! woke up about 10am talking with the OH in bed, until our hostess had gotten up then we had a chat as

our hostess was so organised they had (manually) cleared the table and washed the dishes sometime between cheering and going to bed. all that was left to do was morning coffee and lunch with the leftovers, and of course chatting about things. oh and bringing all the bottles out for recycling!

all in all seems a pretty chilled out party. there were 7-8 people which was a nice group.

we're now waiting for the Oz friends to pop by after their shopping in Bluewater. Although we suspect they're probably too pooped to come by, maybe later ... the OH has to go to work tomorrow, i will be doing more accounts tying up loose ends and clearing up. saturday we'd planned to meet a couple friends for lunch at the Elk (havent seen them a little less than a year!) and maybe two more people individually. or maybe one on Sunday we'll see try do all in one day giving Sunday a day of proper rest before the 1st day of work *bleah wish there was maybe another few days more .... hehe.
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saw Times Square celeb with Clinton dancing with Hillary, nice to see them enjoying it.

100 lightbulbs dropped from on high and crashing to give that 'ring'? hmm

listened to this with Mairi Campbell earlier (a day later but poignant anyway)
#5
Just back in the door. Our friends came by after shopping and we offered some Cava. then we decided to book a dinner table at the Thai. Surprisingly something is open for the hungry folk. But before that, we went to the Marshes to light up three lanterns. First timers so I ensured we had three working lighters then walked to the middle of the field away from traffic. There was no wind so we each (the OH and I shared one, the two friends are single, lit our lanterns or rather, helped each other LOL) thought of a wish and then let them go one by one. Off they floated away to the cloudy grey skies carrying our wishes. Think everyone was quite taken by how romantic it looked and we kissed each other and held hands in friendship, we used to spend New Years together all 4 of us before one of them travelled to Oz. Then we went to dinner was stuffed even though we shared starters. Laughed about the good ole times. After dinner we headed to theirs having more Moet, ice cream, chocs (mine had a gold flake in it!) and took silly photos of each other. We walked home (only about 15-20 mins away) feeling generally quite pleased the first day of 2009 has gone quite well.

Thought of you all here and hope everyone is enjoying their days too in good company of loved ones. Time for bed methinks. Night night sweet dreams
#6
Happy Friday morning to you all :-D

Just a quick visit as I'm in work today, chesso yes there are loads of things to choose from on the calendar - its brill !! :thumbsup:

Kippy, you have a hectic social and work life ! I don't know how you manage to stay sane !!

Todays quote-

Never let your sense of morals prevent you from doing what's right



Todays number-

466 - number of books written by Isaac Asimov, according to his memoir.

I will have to love yu and leave you for now, have a good day everyone :)
#7
suze

Todays quote-

Never let your sense of morals prevent you from doing what's right


How true :thumbsup:
#8
Ahem !! So nobody thought of sending me the link ?? I shall have to dust down the naughty bench !!

Anyway you don't get rid of me that easy, I found it !!
New Almanac looks like being a winner then Suze ??

[COLOR="RoyalBlue"]In giving freedom to the slave, we assure feedom to the free - Abraham Lincoln[/COLOR]
Load of tosh Mr Lincoln, absolute load of piffle.

[COLOR="royalblue"]Never let your sense of morals prevent you from doing what's right[/COLOR]
[COLOR="Black"]But just what IS right ? I've always struggled with that question. [/COLOR]

[COLOR="RoyalBlue"]466 - number of books written by Isaac Asimov, according to his memoir.[/COLOR]
I've read a lot of S/F but mostly as a teenager. Most of the technology comes to fruition just not the Aliens, or are they out there already ?? I loved MIB 1&2 and probably my all time favourite S/F film is "The Man Who Fell To Earth" a film from 1978 (?) with David Bowie that predicted the explosion in digital photography.


I should find a suitable tune or two to celebrate the new thread and new year.
#10
morning suze, morning hotto.

i got the link from the 2008 thread ...
what is right? answer: not left ;)

what's that avvy about hotto?
#11
kippy
morning suze, morning hotto.

i got the link from the 2008 thread ...
what is right? answer: not left ;)

what's that avvy about hotto?


Morning Kippy
seems like you had a super start to the New Year, good for you !

I'm stupid , I missed the link , d'oh.

[COLOR="Red"]Aha I realise why now, chesso added in the link with an edit of a post way after I read it and it hasn't shown on my subscriptions. I plead Not Guilty.[/COLOR]

2009, tunnel, light at the end. Let's hope so eh :)
#12
awww the important thing is you're here now. if you hadnt been on, one of us would defo come rescue you back here ;)

i'm off - i need to finish off the accounts, double check if i have some time, call the bank to confirm a few things ... catch everyone later. hope your day is as sunny as where i am -- drats! cant go out to play i have to be disciplined today.
#13
Hello everyone. It's bright and cold here. I am on the point of resolving to pull myself together and get slimmer and fitter - it's so difficult when it's cold though.
Hottoshop - I'm trying not to let the post count rise quite so rapidly :oops: Sorry though, I might have thought a bit more clearly.:thinking:
Kippy - serious food and drink expenses there - hope it was all good and tasty!! It certainly sounds like an excellent New Year's Eve.Let's hope it heralds a super 2009.
Suze - work again. Did you choose Wed and Fri or were they 'given' to you? I was thinking that perhaps two days together might be better ( mentally!!). Fish supper planned I hope.
Light at the end of the tunnel hottoshop - a good thought. Things brighten up literally from now.
Space Oddessy is good. Very Apollo as well:thumbsup: Very good music choices

Never let your sense of morals prevent you from doing what's right

Yes, what is right and ..
what sort of morality would you have if your morals were wrong and ..
how would you know??
466 - number of books written by Isaac Asimov, according to his memoir.

Gosh that's a lot!!:roll: Hubby is a big SF/Fantasy reader and I've read a few - I never have been a big reader. Was it Asimov who first wrote about robots? I guess he must have written about just about everything in that many books.
#14
lol re: expenses ... that's the good thing about being older and not a student anymore ... have to up the game to keep up with your peers/older ones.

unfortunately those 'hospitality' expenses i will not be able to 'claim for under Self Assessment tax returns - bleah, makes the self-employed really feel like stingy creeps lol.

taking a break here from the accounts. next to do: have to cross check my entries from receipts, against my credit card statements for transactions i might have missed out. oh shoot, need to book table for lunch tomorrow!
#15
You'd keep up with this older one with a cheese sandwich and can of Stella, kippy!! I thught you gave us the impression that your accounts had been completed ages ago??:w00t: Table - booking sounds a bit like any excuse to me.:whistling:
I think my washing has frozen on the line - I must venture into the arctic wastes to get it in.
Friday evening - I think a nice warming pasta dish is about right for tea.
No Strictly to watch so I'm have a viewing gap to fill somehow.;-)
#16
re:accounts
chesso, stop teasing me LOL. i recall saying "almost" finished ... coz it was missing bits (needs bank letters to confirm a few things in a nutshell, which i'm told is coming so it's a game of waiting for post). i also wanted to double check a few purchases (receipts against the credit card) because items were not honoured by companies, eg. was out of stock at the point of delivery -- but that means having to go through all related records. sigh, i do wish my clever (and very organised) sister would eventually move to London and whip me into shape regarding keeping accounts more regularly! my next step is to enter the final figures into the Tax Returns ... have till end January to pay up but at least the bulk of paperwork (95%) is done. it's all very boring stuff - much nicer to be partying in adult company!
#17
chesso
You'd keep up with this older one with a cheese sandwich and can of Stella, kippy!! I thught you gave us the impression that your accounts had been completed ages ago??:w00t: Table - booking sounds a bit like any excuse to me.:whistling:
I think my washing has frozen on the line - I must venture into the arctic wastes to get it in.
Friday evening - I think a nice warming pasta dish is about right for tea.
No Strictly to watch so I'm have a viewing gap to fill somehow


[COLOR="Blue"]Well that's my evening walk canceled after that description !! (haha any excuse here)
Television is and has been abysmal over the Christmas period.[/COLOR]

kippy
re:accounts
chesso, stop teasing me LOL. i recall saying "almost" finished ... coz it was missing bits (needs bank letters to confirm a few things in a nutshell, which i'm told is coming so it's a game of waiting for post). i also wanted to double check a few purchases (receipts against the credit card) because items were not honoured by companies, eg. was out of stock at the point of delivery -- but that means having to go through all related records. sigh, i do wish my clever (and very organised) sister would eventually move to London and whip me into shape regarding keeping accounts more regularly! my next step is to enter the final figures into the Tax Returns ... have till end January to pay up but at least the bulk of paperwork (95%) is done. it's all very boring stuff - much nicer to be partying in adult company!


[COLOR="blue"]Surely you can invest in a neat piece of software to solve all those problems Kippy ?? I remember writing a very basic one for myself when self employed for a few years. Seemed excellent to me and I never paid any tax so it worked fine !! [/COLOR] :thinking::w00t:

Brrrrrrr! chesso made me feel very cold now, let's put the kettle on. :thumbsup:
#18
OK Kippy - just this one time you're off the hook, just make sure that you keep up to date in 2009!!:p
Evening walk - no chance, although I'm thinking of a longer dog walk tomorrow due to nearly resolving to get fit. I'll layer !! Perhaps I'll take some pics. How bad is really cold air for cameras? Photo thread decision approaches!!
I've taken the Christmas tree down today although I didn't make any wishes, just thought how very dusty it was due to the coal fire. About which, the blinking grate has literally fallen apart today, so we will have to get a new one as we don't have a forge or any black-smithing skills.
#19
chesso
OK Kippy - just this one time you're off the hook, just make sure that you keep up to date in 2009!!:p
Evening walk - no chance, although I'm thinking of a longer dog walk tomorrow due to nearly resolving to get fit. I'll layer !! Perhaps I'll take some pics. How bad is really cold air for cameras? Photo thread decision approaches!!

[COLOR="Blue"]Interesting question.... Don't know the answer,,,,,,cue Pugwash !!

My twopenneth is there now.[/COLOR]


I've taken the Christmas tree down today although I didn't make any wishes, just thought how very dusty it was due to the coal fire. About which, the blinking grate has literally fallen apart today, so we will have to get a new one as we don't have a forge or any black-smithing skills.


[COLOR="blue"]Grates are expensive ! Recycling depot ??[/COLOR]
#20
hottoshop
[COLOR="blue"]Grates are expensive ! Recycling depot ??[/COLOR]

Are they? Oh drat:x Perhaps somewhere has a sale on; the fireplace is a slightly funny shape as well.
#22


Oh right. I probably wouldn't have thought of looking there!! The first one is the type of thing. Thanks for that hottoshop. I will have a closer look in the morning. :thumbsup::-D
#23
chesso
Oh right. I probably wouldn't have thought of looking there!! The first one is the type of thing. Thanks for that hottoshop. I will have a closer look in the morning. :thumbsup::-D


You're welcome :thumbsup:
#24
good morning chesso, suze, hotto, TD, taasda.

http://icanhascheezburger.files.wordpress.com/2008/12/funny-pictures-kitten-ponders-mysteries-of-bed.jpg

just what i feel like, but having coffee then bath then mad rush to drop off a couple pressies before meeting friends for lunch. you know, people have problems with Eoghan ... our friend whom we're meeting is Eoin, all sound the same as Owen ... and weirdly we're having tea/coffee with Wilson.
#25
Well that made no sense to me at all kippy ( people have problems with Eoghan - they dont't like him??) but have a good time.:thumbsup: Very true with the slogan though.:thinking:
Good day all and another bright but cold one. Definitely too parky for me. I took my camera on the dog walk but found it surprisingly difficult to get any nice shots - you would have thought it would be quite easy - scenic frosty etc.However I have constructed a collage ( well the auto-collager did:oops:) which I am quite pleased with.
How's the great sorting of music to i-pod and the scanning of the family photos going Suze? Also, we didn't actually hear the final tale of the 4.30 finish you know.
I shall spend some time looking on-line for a new grate now that hottoshop has pointed me in the right direction!! I will take the decorations down today - trees were packed yesterday. Oh the dust!!

Have a good day all
#26
Good evening all :-D

Rather a hectic but pleasant day today !

Eldest and her partner called in for bacon butties this morning and to show us her "new" hair - she's been blond for all of her 22 years and has now gone red ! Suits her though. My sister and her 2 daughters must have smelt the bacon grilling and rang the bell, so another 3 for lunch, then youngest boyfriend turned up half an hour later ! I've now run out of milk due to making 4 rounds of tea and coffee !! Still........ I love it really, hubby loves having a full house too.

We were invited to a party tonight, but declined as youngest has work in the morning, so we couldn't stay over and one of us would have to not drink (so as to be able to drive) and we would have to leave early.

We have a party coming up in a few weeks - the theme is fairytales and legends. Eldest is going as a princess, her OH is going along with his brother as the Blues Brothers, we thinking (as we don't to fork too much out for costumes as we have another one in February) Jack and Jill ? Youngest hasn't decided as yet.

The photos are coming along slowly chesso ! We are up to November 1988 ! The ipod is rather quicker, although we have a few to delete as we transfered all eldests ipod music (some of hers we have on CD so saves us doing those) onto our new ipod. Obviously not all of her and her OH "music" we want !! The likes of 50 cent etc.!! :whistling:

We were planning to take all the decs adn tree down today, but will have to wait until tomorrow now.

The 4.30 / 6.00 finish chesso - your memory is impressive ! Well...... nothing exciting or very interesting really, just difficult to explain in writing but here goes......... We were down to finish at 4.30 and the shop shut 4.00 (takes a good half an hour to get rid of the last customers and cash up all 5 tills) anyhow it seems we were due a visit from the managing director of the company on the Monday before christmas ( the evening my youngest was in) and he stated previously for all the shops to stay open until 6.00pm christmas eve and for staff to go home when everywhere was tidied etc. So, they wrote a "fake" rota for his benefit and told everyone whom was in on the day to disregard this..........nobody told the evening staff....... by the time I went in on the christmas eve and looked at the rota (ready to look surprised and state my case for not staying later) it was back to 4.30 !!! :p

Kippy - the cataday piccie is sooooooo cute and sooooooo true !

Good luck with the grate hunt chesso and well done hotto coming to the rescue !

Here is the quote for the weekend-

We too often blind ourselves by authorities rather than by the truth.

And todays fact-

Tutankhamen became a pharaoh in 1343 B.C. at age nine and ruled until his death at age 18.

Have a nice eveing all, we are going to watch that 3 men and a boat thing on BBC2 tonight - have enjoyed all the others so far. Funny stuff.
#27
just back. lunch, exchanged pressies, the couple N&S we havent met since the OH's birthday at the Empress. they got each other an iphone each and we compared applications LOL. S has been experimenting with chocolate cakes and she's finally perfected it so we're going to be invited next time she makes one! E was in waistcoat, tie and jacket, the perfect gentleman that he is – after lunch we went looking with him for a vintage tiepin in the market ... then went for a further pint at a corner pub before saying goodbye and how we should meet up more often. we didnt meet Wilson in the end, he was at the theatre and we couldnt possibly wait that long ... twas too cold and we'd been out too long in the same area LOL people would think we were plying the trade ;)

King Tut had a short sped-up life, no-one still can figure out how he died ... speculation is that he might have been murdered but equally it could also caused by the process of embalming.

think we're going to watch a movie tonight too. tomorrow i'll take it easy, the tree will be taken down. E said he had a nativity set near the tree and the 3 wise men moved closer until the 6th day (epiphany) after xmas. thought it was amusing he kept up with tradition. oh, and the Jehovah's Witnesses tried to visit us today too! argh give it a rest.

this is for chesso especially ...
#28
Looks like you've both had really enjoyable days Suze and kippy (worryingly religious stuff aside) and parties (Hansel and Gretel!!) galore etc coming up. I'm feeling a bit jealous. Well I would be if I could be bothered to be sociable any more.:oops:
I laughed at the Strictly Kit kippy; the judges would be in disarray - I'd need the video to see the footwork properly.:-D
Nice to see that workers can unite Suze and carry the day, with a little bit of stealth rota'ing. Mind you there was all that worry for nothing due to some director, who could do with a bop on the nose or at least a serious talking to.
We too often blind ourselves by authorities rather than by the truth.

Not so much now-a-days!!
Tutankhamen became a pharaoh in 1343 B.C. at age nine and ruled until his death at age 18

I would have loved to have seen his golden sarcophagus and things. I love Egyptian patterns and hieroglyphs. I loved Luxor, Valley of the Kings etc when we had a holiday there some years back. I expect we have a few snaps on film but they're just hanging about in a cupboard. Hubby did start the dreadful scan and transfer once, but gave up having accomplished not very much.
We're going to give that new Philip Glenister prog 'Demons', I think, a whirl.
#29
being sociable comes only a few times a year, so i can handle it. for example xmas/new year time ... summer time ... birthdays in sept period (conceived funnily at winter time!) ... etc
#30
kippy
being sociable comes only a few times a year, so i can handle it. for example xmas/new year time ... summer time ... birthdays in sept period (conceived funnily at winter time!) ... etc


You dear kippy appear to have a zillion friends - strikes me you are far from unsocialable !!!
#31
Avatar - well, well, Suze!! :thumbsup: It looks like you're vamping it up a bit.:-D I'll have to see what my next one will be - after all the new year kissing!!
Did you see the NYE one of "you" I put in the 'old thread'?

being sociable comes only a few times a year, so i can handle it. for example xmas/new year time ... summer time ... birthdays in sept period (conceived funnily at winter time!) ... etc
....and the rest!!
#32
emerging from the sofa after watching a couple dvds ...
1. Babylon AD with Vin Diesel
(a friend of ours is a fan so we thought we'd watch the dvd first ... sci fi, action stuff with a shaven beefcake. then again, she does like Bruce Willis films too ,,, hmmm 1+1=2)

A mercenary (Thoorop) is given the task to escort a young woman and her guardian from a neolith monastery to the US of A. Towards the end we (and him) discover why she is precious cargo.

and speaking of vampires ....
2. Underworld Evolutions (ie part 2) with Kate Beckinsale.
blood, sci fi, vampires and werewolves (lycans) and then there were the hybrids.

Derek Jacobi (yes a few Brits here) as the father leader ... and Bill Nighy over-acts.

oh and after all the fighting and killing, am here to report that there were only two scenes of kissing and one of brief nudity LOL oh yeah and she does say the f word once (as in oh dear, we're in big trouble now)... which is interesting considering it is set in 1202 AD. The film is "rated R for pervasive strong violence and gore, some sexuality/nudity and language" (USA), and 18 (UK).

----so it's time to get to bed. have a good rest, good people. tomorrow is another day, hopefully sunny! nite nite
#33
Morning all. I'm just about to have a coffee and then venture out into the greyness for the dog walk. There's no incentive this time of year is there?

No sun to be seen kippy. I sincerely hope you were able to get a good night's rest after those DVDs - nightmares more like!! Avoid cheese before bed!!

Suze - it's going to take me awhile to get used to that new avatar.

I've ordered a grate on-line from some proper fireplace people. I measured very carefully and I think it will just fit in. I really wouldn't have thought of on-line if it wasn't for your words hottoshop - so thank very much.:thumbsup:

Hormones - can't live without them , difficult to not snarl with them!!
Have a good day all:thumbsup:
#34
morning!
no sun here either but ... have just gone online shopping (after a few hesitations, also i have never bought anything from the conran shop yet - think it's overpriced for stuff that isnt actually designed for practical or aesthetics value! looks like they're mostly designed by people who dont really use these things themselves)

http://www.hotukdeals.com/images/deals/297850.jpg
the OH has convinced me to get this bag - saying it will be handy for the weekend/hand luggage on the plane. yes! metrosexual indeed.
#35
It's certainly easy to see in a crowd!!
#36
*not ready to go to work tomorrow (bleah)
the OH's bike tyre is punctured - one nail and one screw found embedded. we think it's the roadworks that goes on for the Olympics.

the OH is off tomorrow so gonna get the tyre fixed. a friend popped by on her way to Twelfth Night ... well, not my thing this evening but i used to enjoy Shakespeare's extensive use of the vocabulary.

mid Jan I am on my own for a week, looks like cornflakes and pasta ...
#37
Nails in tyres - I never figured how that happens. Do the nails line themselves up erect in the road like a police 'stinger'? Very tedious though and costly.:x
Shakespeare - I saw the staff production of one of those comedies - As you Like It, maybe, a bit back you may remember - not very humorous despite adaptation and songs being added. I think the tragedies may have stood the test of time a bit better.
Alone and hungry - get the O/H to make and freeze meals for you and supplement with take-aways. You can get pizzas delivered.:thumbsup:
Work - another day ...... .... it'll be fine.
#38
Hello good people, hope everyone is happy and healthy and a lot bloomin' warmer than I am ! Soooo Cooold.

Well quickly flicking through I see Suze has a more sultry avatar. I really like the Tinkerbell character, always have and the mischievous side of Tinkerbell is the best.
If I ever had the chance to meet a fairy it would be Tinkerbell !

Spent quite a lot of time in bed the last few days and got the chance to catch up on a few films. Like Kippy I like my movies etc but it's not so easy finding good stuff nowadays. I watched most of Hancock, pick of the films I did watch but could have been an awful lot better.
Come to think of it I think that's exactly what I thought of the last Will Smith film I saw, name escapes me.

I'm going to post this otherwise I never will or I'll hit the wrong button. All fingers and thumbs and fuzziness tonight.

to all xx

Chesso you have changed your avatar as well, my eyesight is getting worse !!
#39
Oh and I really dislike most of Shakespeare, I've said that before haven't I ??
#40
I'm sure I read somewhere about Vodka brands, thought it was here.

Anyway Stolinachya (spelling?) was always my favourite. Smooth as a baby's bum and terribly moresome.
Was sacrilege to mix it with anything really but measure to measure with Gold Tequila used to go down well.

Also very good for cleaning one's teeth when nothing else about !

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