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Old 14 June 2006, 11:59   #21
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I seem to remember that Mr and Mrs Sticky were in a similar condition..

At least you didnít have to listen to big Andy snoring all night.

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Old 14 June 2006, 12:32   #22
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Yet more coverage....

http://www.cdnn.info/news/eco/e060608a.html

Apparently the Shark almost beached on rocks

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The media is a joke... As this story gets passed from publisher to publisher they each add there own bit in to sensationalize the story...
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Old 14 June 2006, 13:15   #23
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Mrs Sticky here! Do you not think that the large consumption of JD's had a little to do with how rough you felt in the morning, you didn't look too good..... and were rather quiet all day!!
I am naturally a very quiet person, as for not looking too good. Now, that is very unusual.
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Old 14 June 2006, 13:22   #24
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The media is a joke... As this story gets passed from publisher to publisher they each add there own bit in to sensationalize the story...
A first hand example of the fact that 90% of what's written in the press is utter bollocks.
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Old 14 June 2006, 13:25   #25
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I am naturally a very quiet person, as for not looking too good. Now, that is very unusual.
How did I know you were going to come out with something like that!!!! I cannot believe you're naturally quiet, too much of an ego ( which I'm sorry I dented, wasn't intentional!)

Any trips planned for the weekend? I promise not to bring any kebabs ( just toys...) from Mrs. Sticky.
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Old 14 June 2006, 13:27   #26
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I seem to remember that Mr and Mrs Sticky were in a similar condition..

At least you didnít have to listen to big Andy snoring all night.

Shaggy
Hi Shaggy, it was bad enough listening to him on the phone...

I may have felt rough but who had the job of cooking breakfast first thing for all the kids and adults that did't refuel??
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Any trips planned for the weekend? I promise not to bring any kebabs ( just toys...) from Mrs. Sticky.
saturday is going to be a perfect wakeboarding day - sunday is looking wet and windy

I suggest carrick roads and molulan beach for a change
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Mr Ball said he had reports of boat users separating mothers from babies...
Mothers tend babies?!? Pretty unusual for sharks, I think.


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Old 14 June 2006, 16:45   #29
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saturday is going to be a perfect wakeboarding day - sunday is looking wet and windy

I suggest carrick roads and molulan beach for a change
Sounds good, Clare, deffi bring some of your Kebabs, I'll bring the Rennie. . What time for kick-off Roy?
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Mothers tend babies?!? Pretty unusual for sharks, I think.


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would be sharks lay eggs and never tend babies .
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