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4:31 AM
@PaulWhite but they want it now
 
 
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6:04 AM
Morning
@ErikDarling Democracy was a mistake
 
 
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7:13 AM
Morning
 
 
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10:33 AM
@Zikato Ⓐ
 
 
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1:18 PM
 
1:40 PM
'Morning
 
 
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3:32 PM
@Zikato Nice.
 
@Zikato Congrats 🎉
Hm. I suppose 8,500 words about lock escalation is enough. I'll stop here I think.
 
3:47 PM
@PaulWhite 4u
 
no u
 
bah
I am not using @get_additional_info = 1 and @get_plans = 1 because would like to avoid long running of sp_whoisactive — adam.g 6 hours ago
there goes my great answer (c)
 
Susan Lawley (born 14 July 1946) is a retired English television and radio broadcaster. Her main broadcasting background involved television news and current affairs. From 1988–2006, Lawley was the presenter of Desert Island Discs on BBC Radio 4. == Early life and education == Sue Lawley was born at Sedgley, near Dudley, in July 1946, and was a pupil at Dudley Girls High School. She studied modern languages at the University of Bristol, where she dropped her Dudley accent in favour of received pronunciation. == Career == She began her professional career as a trainee reporter on the Western Mail...
 
an obe!
 
no wonder they made a song about her
 
did they write a song about any canaries with a sunburn
because they might be about me
 
4:38 PM
silly man wear the sunscreens
 
they smell weird
 
ha that was on the radio just earlier
plenty of sax appeal
 
man
you had the best day then
 
4:47 PM
not the worst
also no sunburn
 
would you like a ticket to canary land?
 
would it involve moving off the couch
 
5:04 PM
@PaulWhite I hope you won't invalidate my meme
 
@Zikato Better start working on new ones yeah
though technically, I don't believe memes are required to be accurate
 
on the bright side, at least I'll learn something
 
@PaulWhite there goes my career
 
@Zikato primary goal of mine
@ErikDarling ha ha true didn't think about that
 
@PaulWhite You're in luck then. This will keep you occupied for years
 
5:24 PM
One makes one's own luck I hear
 
5:58 PM
some things are better left in other people's hands
 
it's all subject to confirmation bias
like many things
 
oh yeah?
ever try to make your own steak tartare
 
<- vegetarian
 
lucky for you then
 
6:22 PM
tofu tartare?
 
7:11 PM
 
@PaulWhite thought it was mandatory to eat kangaroo meat over there
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9:22 PM
@Lamak MVP
 

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