Forum Replies Created

Viewing 63 posts - 1 through 63 (of 63 total)
  • Author
    Posts
  • in reply to: Thoughts are with Ben…. #210751
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    should be is normal not I normal, for some reason it would not let me edit my comment ven though I tried to less than 30 seconds after submitting it

    in reply to: Thoughts are with Ben…. #210750
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    my commiserations Ben.
    For what it is worth a certain amount of emotional numbness I pretty normal given the circumstances a bout of contextual depression, should it occur, is also a normal response indeed the numbness is an element of contextual depression

    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Nick Frost, Ardal O’Hanlon (sp?), Dawn French, Dara O’Brian, Kylie Minogue (yeah I know but she is surprisingly good when she plays parody versions of herself for comedy shows), Sid James, Wil Wheaton, Jim Parsons (would be better if the character were not a Cooper clone), Sean Astin, Brian Blessed, Jo Brand just to nominate a handful of the ones I think could work well within the premise of Dwarf

    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Yeah you aint kidding. I think Shades of Grey is a strong contender for worst trek ever. Made
    Spock’s Brain look intelligent
    Symbiosis look rational
    Meridian look interesting
    Threshold look logical
    and
    A Night in Sickbay look watchable

    in reply to: Pecospete666 appreciation thread #208015
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    LOL here they might think he meant bogans and actually kit him up for it

    in reply to: Pecospete666 appreciation thread #207920
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    I have no problems with him and personaly really enjoyed his travel thread

    in reply to: NO NEWS from OZ #206571
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Was way too expensive for me to travel 400 miles, through bush fires no less. Am thinking many felt the same way about that con. Am sure several Sydney siders would have went but wether any are members here is the other matter.

    in reply to: Terroform 'heroe' music cue #206173
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    definately worth bookmarking that for future reference :-)

    in reply to: Terroform 'heroe' music cue #206171
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Thanks heaps Danny

    in reply to: Ausie Dwarf convention #205942
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    The closest airport is the Sir Charles Kingsford Smith airport Sydney. Surry Hills is on the western edge of the main Sydney CBD. If you never leave Sydney you will hardly know you’ve left the USA, except for the carbunkles on your bum from the flight. There are lots of good, but fairly dear, hotels, motels and trailer parks (we call them caravan parks) in Sydney.
    Tourist visas are usually fairly easy for North Americans to get, so you would have to have done something pretty extreme to get knocked back.
    If you stay within Sydney then Sydney Harbour (also called Port Jackson) has most of the touristy sites. probably the best are the Zoo, Luna Park (sort of a smaller scale Coney Island) and fort Denison are probably the most interesting. Denison, despite many common ideas, was actually mainly built to guard against American ships. For more relaxing type sights Manly and Bondi are two of the more famous beaches (lots of sunscreen, you may be used to hot but the Ozone layer is on average 20-30% weaker over Australia than the US.
    There are some fairly good museums in Sydney also and the Art Gallery is probably still doing its annual display of last years best High school graduation art pieces (IMO the best of their regular shows, some of the stuff these kids come up with is mind blowing). Normally I would recommend Apple Tree Flats on the western edge of the city but am not sure how badly they were effected by the fires this year. If not effected then the Marsupials are so used to humans they will come right up and interact directly with you, dont make sudden moves though as Roos and Wallabies can kick the living crap out odf a human quite easily. If the fires hit the wildlife will obviously be to skittish for interaction.
    If you do decide to do it then I hope some of that proves useful and was not to late for it to be helpful.
    Here is a link with what the Sydney City Tourism committee recomends

    http://www.sydney.com.au/sights.htm

    in reply to: First episode of Red Dwarf seen? #205811
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    The End on video

    in reply to: DEAR GANYMEDE & TITAN COMMUNITY #205743
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Entree – Ausie king prawn salad

    Soup – Tomato base minestrone

    Main – Lamb chops, mildly spiced with crushed garlic, rosemary and a tiny hint of chilli, Mashed potato with home made beef gravy, home grown broad beans, steamed carrot and peas (not mushy or minted, although being munted helps with both those options )

    Desert – Banana split – fresh bowen bananas, home made extra creamy vanilla ice cream, with crushed walnuts, grated chocolate sprinkled over lightly, a light chocolate sauce, chocolate freze sauce spread lightly over the top. and a candied cherry to finish (cherry on top of chocolate freeze sauce so people who do not like them can remove without it affecting the flavour of the rest)

    Beverages by choice

    Then retire into living room with

    Iced Chocolate (just above brain freeze temp) with home made sweetened whip cream and, again, home made extra creamy vanilla ice cream

    That is what I cook up when trying to impress a date anyway, If she is vegetarian then entree is tossed garden salad and main loses the chops in favour of whatever good fresh vegies i can get at market.

    if she is full Vegan then we are in serious fight within ten minutes so never gets far enough for me to invite for home cooked meal

    in reply to: An interesting connection between HHGTTG and Dwarf #205742
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Still love the HHGTTG TV series even though i recently learned (yeah probably the last to know i admit that) it was the reason BBC2 dropped the Goodies

    in reply to: Tops and Bottoms #205741
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    the real problem with democracy is that no matter who you vote for you always end up with a silly bastard

    in reply to: PECOSPETE END OF THE WORLD GOODBYE #205452
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    LOL

    in reply to: WOT – Home sweet home #205451
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    better stop for now or i’ll get a demarcation dispute letter from tourism australia lol

    in reply to: WOT – Home sweet home #205450
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Napier Range WA

    Believe it or not these mountains are the fossilised remains of a 250 million year + old coral reef system that is estimated to have been as large and as climactically significant as the modern Great Barrier Reef

    in reply to: WOT – Home sweet home #205449
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    gonna call these ‘taunting pecospete’ O:-)

    still lots to see, could post non stop for a year and still not give the idea.

    This is less to do with natural beauty but it is something that feels very beautiful when you experience it.

    Sea World, Ocean World phhht. How about a place where wild dolphins come to visit us.

    Monkey Mia, Western Australia

    in reply to: New Site Discussion #205378
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Im with cappsy re: Norton indeed i’ll go further as far as I am concerned Nortons anti virus suite IS a virus

    in reply to: WOT – Home sweet home #205377
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Reece, great pic mate, as well as history I also have a passion for science and one of my favourite disciplines is Geology. I somewhat envy the Scotts in that regard, your home contains rocks from every major geological eon. Some areas, i’m given to understand, have stratigraphy with perfect sequence covering hundreds of millions of years. I think the instagram does give a cool effect to this photo, thanks for posting it

    in reply to: WOT – Home sweet home #205337
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    blisschick : – beautiful pics, coming from an area heavily dominated by evergreens this is just as amazing to me as some of the pics of my home are to others

    in reply to: WOT – Home sweet home #205330
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Pecospete:- actually Australian hospitality rules are fairly similar to those of the US south and mid-west, if you turned up at my doorstep I would feel obligated to shout you a drink and show you the local sights, not really a problem though I would be proud to. People from those areas, after a short transition period, do tend to settle in comfortably there are a lot of cultural similarities to many parts of Australia

    Australia is near enough to the same size as the 48 states of the main body of the USA. While i would only be able to give ‘local expertise’ for a few hundred square kilometers I am willing to give broader advice to help peeps avoid the tourist traps and see the real Australia for themselves, that goes for anyone visiting here by the way not just Pecospete, I’d be shocked if other Australians on this site dont share that specific attitude. If males are lucky in their timing I might even be able to swing it so they can get an invite to a corroboree (the real type not the play acting for tourist busses type) I cant extend that to women though because with the real thing you must be invited by a member of your own gender if you are not from that homeland yourself, at least thats how it works for my clan the Pakanji

    Anniescribe, dont be hard on yourself, Johnathon explained in the sort of detail one would use with a school kid still took me twenty minutes and several attempts to get it right so you couldnt do as bad as me, the hoster he got me to use was Imageshack

    Phil i’d rather avoid the peep show lol, but if there is anything about your state or country, broadly, you love and want to show off it still qualifies

    in reply to: WOT – Home sweet home #205320
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    If it reflects something you love about your home I’m not gonna be dis’n it

    in reply to: WOT – Home sweet home #205317
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Last one for now

    Great Barrier Reef from a helicopter (just north of Great Keppel Island)

    Note a couple of these are commercial pics, where that is the case I have left watermarks intact incase peeps want to see more

    in reply to: WOT – Home sweet home #205316
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Esperance Bay, Western Australia

    One of the worlds few remaining pristine natural harbours

    in reply to: WOT – Home sweet home #205315
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Mother and calf swimming off the coast just south of Hobart, Tasmania

    Southern Australian waters are spawning grounds to dozens of species of whales as well as whale sharks and great white sharks

    in reply to: WOT – Home sweet home #205314
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Eclipse over Ularu, my central Australian cousins consider this place sacred
    I’m pretty sure most people can see why

    in reply to: WOT – Home sweet home #205313
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Yay the dummy finally got it :)

    Bay of fires, Tasmania

    in reply to: WOT – Home sweet home #205312
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Mount Cordeaux in Queensland in the distance to the left you can see the city of brisbane and to the right the gold coast

    in reply to: WOT – Home sweet home #205311
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Ok am trying the approach cappsy suggested via mail, thankyou for fast response both John and Seb, this might take a while as my brain doesnt seem to be working at the moment lol, just didnt want to risk you waiting atround for any further help when it might take a bit.

    thankyou again guys

    in reply to: WOT – Home sweet home #205309
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    actually know what thats six times i tried and failed, cant figure it out at the moment for some reason, any advice would be appreciated and then i’ll post them. Admins please feel free to delete the dead post attempt.

    in reply to: WOT – Home sweet home #205308
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Bay of Fires Tasmania

    in reply to: reintergrating Kochanski #205304
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Agreed, Reeces playful misunderstanding does raise some very interesting ideas. One which fully goes with what im proposing. Not playing the stereotype for its own sake as such but playing it in the sence of getting a very skilled person, who has a history of doing so, to confront the stereotypes with humour

    Sort of in the sence of the 1st season or two of ‘love thy neighbour’ (note i mean the original havent seen the recent remake) which openly stated many of the stereotypes that white biggots used to say against blacks thus laying them bare so the reasonable person could see just how idiotic the overwhelming majority of those stereotypes actually are.

    in reply to: A NEW LOW in AMERICAN TELEVISION #205284
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    thanks blisschick, I am seriously tempted, unfortunately the thumper (from bambi) rule forbids me taking up that opportunity as much as i’d love to, the other one i thought of, using some webspace for a ‘hall of shame’ and posting their details would involve sinking to their lvl, russn fussn parents teaching me values lol

    in reply to: reintergrating Kochanski #205282
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    deliberately stepped back from this then came back to look at objections with fresh eyes, yes i can see peeps point. I guess i might of paniced at the idea that people thought i was suggesting her weight as the source of the humour, which wasn’t my intent at all.

    In the end this wouldn’t happen anyway neither would the next suggestion which actually is about the obvious stereotype, which is why I am nominating an entertainer who has made a career out of overplaying stereotype expectations and has broken down some small walls in the process.

    Universe 4 – Christopher Kochanski – played by Julian Cleary

    in reply to: Admittedly shameless Christmas pimpery #205201
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Rudolph the red nosed reindeer
    had a very shiny nose
    and if you ever saw it
    you’d know where santas whiskey goes

    All of the other reindeer
    used to laugh and call him names
    that is until that one year
    Blitzen went too far n got brained

    Then one groggy new years eve
    santa came to say
    rudolph you know all the ho’s on sight
    wont you guide my play tonight

    Then all the toy elves loved him
    and they shouted out with glee
    “rudolph the red nosed reindeer,
    you host the arctics best orgies”

    in reply to: A NEW LOW in AMERICAN TELEVISION #205200
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    I’m going to suggest it is hard to go lower than anything involving the hatemongers from westboro baptist, pathetic excuse for a, church

    How a group which, within hours, announces it is going to have protests celebrating gods judgement (in the form of more than a dozen pre-pubescent children being killed) can be classified as anything but scum is beyond me

    sorry had to vent, specifically had to vent in a place where the average subscriber has a functioning brain and a human heart, sorry again

    in reply to: reintergrating Kochanski #205061
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    George this has nothing to do with her being on the large side, it has to do with her being (IMO) one of the most talented comic actresses of her generation and her already established ability to play an obsessive gf and have it be funny and scarey at the same time.

    To allow myself a blokey moment

    If she ever had an interest in me I would not be knocking her back, to me rejecting a woman with her intellect and sence of humour (just because she is carrying an extra kilo or two) would be an act of utter foolishness

    in reply to: Please NO! #205055
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    LOL

    for some reason this reminds me of a face book post made by George Takei a few months ago, im paraphrasing but the gist was :-

    Enough!

    I’m tired of all the undercutting and slanging off between Star Wars and Star Trek fans, get over it already

    It is time to bury the hatchett, make up and just get along, that way we can all join together in peace and harmony. We have that sorted we can then all better enjoy mercilessly making fun of Twilight fans

    LOL

    in reply to: PECOSPETE'S JOURNEY ACROSS AMERICA #205033
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    that was pretty interesting so far Pecospete, I’ve only spent about 60-80 hrs in the US in my life, and business travel unfortunately. Got to see an airport, a road, a conference room, a hotel room and then back to the airport on the next day, business travel sucks. Always intended to go back for a proper visit but i’m unlikely to get the chance now, enjoyed visiting by proxy through you.

    in reply to: Tikka to Ride – Pronunciation? #205032
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Sorry Ian i fail to comprehend the meaning of the clip

    in reply to: Tikka to Ride – Pronunciation? #205028
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    to be honest I use the the tic ka pronunciation too but now I can see probably for the wrong reason, im thinking as in the old fashioned expression for heart or determination, he is determined to ride. Must admit I hadnt related to his search for curry as he generally prefers Vindaloo

    in reply to: reintergrating Kochanski #205026
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    should of course be french and saunders,

    in reply to: LASHINGS OF WRINKLES #205012
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    i thought this was more wrinkles eps too, love that show, agreed about mr P, his dream sequence had me laughing so hard it hurt, also love gordon Skakild? charachter Arnold, his little sea voyage had me in stitches also

    in reply to: The Red Dwarf Text Adventure Game: Anyone here have it? #205011
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    nostalgia, i last played this when i awas 15 sweet

    in reply to: Christmas Compilations? #204927
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Santa claus is on the dole was probably my fav spitting images sketch

    in reply to: USA fans Crap Treatmant #203185
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Developing this thought, *IF* PBS may well hold the show and hence the announcement until the end of the current election is over so as to lessen the risk of the announcement being buried under breaking news stories

    in reply to: USA fans Crap Treatmant #203184
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    One little tidbit I noticed while reading through recent updates on Robert Llewelyns site was an entry from the start of this year which mentions PBS will be broadcasting the series in terms which suggest he regarded that as a certainty.

    So one possibility we may have overlooked here, to some extent, is that the deal may very well already be done and might have included clauses about announcement rights. i.e. Grant Naylor productions may have simply agreed to wait till PBS have officially announced it. I’m not saying thats definately what happened but merely suggesting it as a possibility

    in reply to: Coming soon: Mickey Wars. #203168
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Mini mouse sues Mickey for divorce on grounds of abandonment?

    in reply to: Twitter never ceases to amaze me… #203126
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Johnathan was right about my meaning.

    Now I havent seen any of the twits beyond the few i’ve seen posted here. I have about as much interest in Twitter as a man with no arms would be in a new pair of gloves.

    Mind you i’m a trekky who was posting to usenet during the entirety of modern treks run. You want fan over reactions, The show editor only had to miss something as small as Brent Spiner accidentally slipping in a verbal contraction for people to be calling for plagues and famines to be wished on Rick Berman.

    in reply to: USA fans Crap Treatmant #203093
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    oh pecos i’m gonna disagree directly on one thing, the charachterisation of ben stabbing you in the back is pretty illogical, he did it in a thread you started and you were clearly not yet finished with, there is no going behind your back involoved that I can see.

    Dude if this had just ben a rant done for ironies sake i’d probably be completely on your side. I’m Australian myself and even I get sick of Aussies moaning about getting things last. Frankly if they see that as a major problem in the grand scheme of things then they need to start thinking about appreciating just how blessed their life is at that time.

    in reply to: Twitter never ceases to amaze me… #203089
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    I see both points of view to be honest, I can see why he would but i can also see why some are questioning.

    Afterall Doug Naylor isn’t the sort to try and pretend he has never made mistakes, he has always been quite open about errors and poor choices so it seems like a bit of a pointless arguement

    eg

    twits twit – some of this stuff is crap

    dougs twit – really did you figure that all by yourself or did you have help? what part didn’t you like

    twits twit – i was being kind its all crap

    dougs twit – oh I see a master of critical analysis, tell you what unless you can pay for a movie F off

    seems like he can pretty much shut it down quickly if he chose lol

    in reply to: USA fans Crap Treatmant #203088
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Why ban anyone anyway (and yeah i hget when peeps are deliberately spoiling there is no time for a long game strategy, and thus unusual responses apply), Ian seems to have a skill that a (now unfortunately long deceased) mate from usenet used to have, the ability to distinguish between annoying and trolling and then, when the genuine troll is identified, to make them pretty much kook out on cue.

    Its what us usenet old codgers used to call troll baiting, lol

    in reply to: USA fans Crap Treatmant #203066
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    im wondering how PBS, which frankly is unlikely to be anything other than bonus money to GN productions saved a show 6 years before it was written personally. Especially when they are so desperate to get sounbytes from the cast for pledge week the question of who is carrying whom is still kind of open to debate. Either way who cares, it is not like anyone has been stopped from watching it. Given the current state of world economics perhaps the Australian government owned network was able to find the cash to stump up quicker. The GFC has still barely touched us as yet.

    in reply to: This is a Dwarfcast….or is it? #202957
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Sounds reasonable to me Jonsmad

    Im assuming Johnathan Capps as a featured guest is a sign that everything is now resolved to everyones satisfaction at both sites.

    Assuming this is true I’m wondering if it might be an idea for a few of us in the group to offer to help them with preparing some crib notes for each episode.

    Basically im thinking along the lines of ‘the more net activity us fans can generate and sustain the easier it makes it for Doug Naylor when it comes to negotiations both regarding commissioning and budgeting’

    To those who have had contact with them do youi feel this would be welcomed as helpful or do you think it might be taken as insulting,, obviously you cant garuantee what their reaction will be but you guys prob have a more accurate estimate than I would

    in reply to: New computer thoughts #202956
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    You both make good points NoFro and Carlito

    Hopefully if ever approached I hope these guys are willing to do mates rates, and many of the cast and crew are actually the right age and background to OBN connections to several of them so fingers crossed

    Restricting them to very minor cameos probably would help with the focus issues.

    Hard to argue a point when you actually really want the other guy to be right LOL

    in reply to: Still Alive #202944
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Sweeeeet, I aleways love hearing about peeps fullfilling goals or dreams

    in reply to: New computer thoughts #202943
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Arthur Smith as well, it seems to me that Holly needs to be of a certain generation of comedian, that were around in the heyday. It’s not a ‘hey remember this bloke’ it’s more of an attitude and style of comedy.

    Agreed and must be someone for whom dead-pan is their natural performance style, the number of cameos i’d like to see unfortunately would be too expensive.

    Fry guesting as a whoesque timelord (played in the vein of Melchett or perhaps the conservative politician from A bit of Fry and Laurie)

    Lister served by Atkinson ( resurecting his slightly overemphasized Indian Waiter)

    Bill Bailey as a GELF Judge (Last Human style)

    Nick Frost would probably be a good GELF also

    In anInterview with Australias Andrew Denton, Billy Connolly expressed some interest in the show as an example of (i think the actual words were something like) wonderfully sublime silliness or something along those names. (as all of us fans of the Bigun know Connolly rarely uses silly in the sence of an insult)

    As I said I realise it will never happen

    A) these guys can command payrates similar to an entire episodes budget

    B) such high profile guests would make it very hard to keep the focus on the main cast, especially given most of those mentioned can quite easily steal an entire scene without even really meaning too

    But still a guy can dream lol

    in reply to: Yes, Prime Minister audience recording report #202907
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Looks like i fall into the dopey category a bit here lol, my alias is my real life nickname anyway, other than my mother and my god daughter just about everybody calls me Fozzi, even many of my clients.

    As a youth worker I am simply not allowed to friend with clients, their relatives or close friends on things like facebook, it is considered a serious ethical breach by my industry association and to be honest, while it is on occassion inconvenient, I can see their point. A dodgy worker would be in a position to too easily groom a vulnerable young person.

    As to the main article. This i literally the first i’ve heard of new Yes Minister, I would be very interested in any and all details anyone can give. I don’t envy whoever it is who has to fill Nigel Hawthornes shoes though.

    A little tid bit, I was actually in the video store to rent some yes minister tapes when i first discovered the Big Rouge One, now i’m here to discuss red dwarf and have actively stumbled on Yes Minister so this is kind of a mini full circle type moment for me lol

    in reply to: Oh piss! #202906
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    > Tried to look on G&T earlier at work and the new “Barracuda” website blocker thing has deemed G&T as not suitable for the works computers. The reason? Profanity….THE CUNTS!

    You’ll probably find it is blocked by the overwhelming majority of Australian Highschools, universities, libraries and youth centres as well, our fedeeral government has mandated a compulsory net-nanny type system for any and all institutions that have public access computers which can be accessed by minors. Unfortunately quite a few net-cafes have signed up to this system as well so you can probably count out (as a very loose guestimate) 30-40 % of them as well.

    Mind you I’m certain by now that the sysops have long since considered the possibility that it is a policy that might restrict their distribution in some markets and have decided to discount it as less important than other goals

    in reply to: New computer thoughts #202900
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    That is a really interesting idea Danny, hadnt thought of that myself before but now you’ve mentioned it I agree Hawks interpretation of Holly could be very interesting indeed

    in reply to: Red Dwarf X Season Survey #202843
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    just a wild thought, maybe that is a block to movie money, the major studios might have a fear that the post cinematic release will be so superior to literally anything they have ever done it might show up just how lazy their efforts have been on even movie DVD releases. Other than RD and LOTR i’d be stunned if *any* of the commercial DVD’s i’ve got fill even half the disk.
    LOTR is a case in point, like Naylor, Jackson is a fan of his Genre as much as they are producers of it unlike say Rick Berman whose primary interest (and most significant talents) lies in cultural dcumentaries and by his own admission largely fell into the Trek show runner role mainly because he was the most junior producer on the paramount lot at the time TNG was pitched and thus the only one who couldn’t wriggle their way out of a meeting with Rodenberry (luckily for him he also turned out to be one of the few producers on the lot who Rodenberry both liked and more importantly could not easily intimidate).

    in reply to: Lawrence Miles has written something about Red Dwarf #202836
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    As a long time usenet user i just assume its normal for each fandom to have its twonks.
    I mean analysis and deconstruction are fine but there are people where you quickly get to the point of thinking, or even stating
    “if you hate this show so much that it seems to offend your very existance and you are continuing to watch then clearly you are too dumb to know how to use the off or switches and hence your opinion is irrelevant”

    cheers
    Fozzi

Viewing 63 posts - 1 through 63 (of 63 total)