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  • Bill
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    Get the donate button up and running, and I'll send you a handful of my hardly-earned quids. I expect the update wasn't cheap - either in time or money.

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  • Howard Brown
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    Thanks a lot, Mark !

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  • Mark Kent
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    I left a little present in your PayPal account.

    I hope it helps. I didn't login first but you will recognize it by my email address.

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  • Howard Brown
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    Nina and I want to offer our thanks to all the fine folks for their donations to these here boards.

    Thank one and all.

    How & Nina

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  • Phil Carter
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    Originally posted by Sam Flynn View Post
    ...or Greenland Five-One, as it would have been known if The Donald had had his way. ("Book 'em, Dane-o!")
    There's an area, a small area, in Oslo, called Greenland. It's pretty run down and not a nice place at all. I've been there a few times.. But not a case of "Swede'll meet again!" that should Finnish the Scandinavian play on words.. Faroe'er the sea from London!

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  • Sam Flynn
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    Originally posted by Phil Carter View Post
    Bon Afjord, as the French say in deepest Greenland.
    ...or Greenland Five-One, as it would have been known if The Donald had had his way. ("Book 'em, Dane-o!")

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  • Phil Carter
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    Originally posted by Sam Flynn View Post
    I don't know how you can a-fjord it.
    Hello Sam

    I've been, for nigh on 40 years, Afjording to a good Norwegian friend, trying to work out that when beer is nearly £9 per pint in pubs here, one would have thought there would be a distinct lack of Viking alcoholics. Its enough to give you horns in the head.
    Bon Afjord, as the French say in deepest Greenland.

    Phil

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  • Sam Flynn
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    Originally posted by Phil Carter View Post
    buying anything here in Norway and sending it costs a new mortgage.
    I don't know how you can a-fjord it.

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  • Robert Linford
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    How braves Eagleville High St to get some scrapple :






    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LUDejU9qjeo

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  • Paul Butler
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    When I was last in Howard Brown territory I saw scrapple on the menu at a diner. I very nearly did it. Next time I will.

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  • Phillip Walton
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    Originally posted by Gary Barnett View Post
    ‘Romford Post Office, madam? First turning on the left.’

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    How Brown has been on the scrapple again!

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  • Phil Carter
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    Donated.. As actually buying anything here in Norway and sending it costs a new mortgage. 😊

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  • Gary Barnett
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    ‘Romford Post Office, madam? First turning on the left.’

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  • Howard Brown
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    Gary:

    Thanks....I've fried up a kupla pounds of scrapple and sent them Fed Ex just 30 minutes ago.

    If the package stinks, don't sweat it. Its just the natural goodness leaking out.

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  • Gary Barnett
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    I’ve sent How a tub of jellied eels - pork pies or kippers weren’t an option.

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