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i have seen this in other ngs and wonder where my san andreas friends
live.

i coach boys basketball at carter middle in knoxville, tennesse usa

thank you for all of your help.

coach w
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  1. Archived from groups: alt.games.grand-theft-auto (More info?)

    I am a 14 yearold dishwasher who goes to school art WHHS in Honesdale,
    PA.

    I enjoy mindless killin on San Andreas and listening to Linkin Park. I
    am a single white male. Wait this is not a dating thing my bad.
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    On Wed, 02 Mar 2005 17:56:00 -0500, Coach Mike Wyatt wrote:

    > i have seen this in other ngs and wonder where my san andreas friends
    > live.
    >
    > i coach boys basketball at carter middle in knoxville, tennesse usa
    >
    > thank you for all of your help.

    a/s/l?

    <sigh>
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    In message <14138-42264A83-11@storefull-3115.bay.webtv.net>
    Pecado_Arcivers@webtv.net (Pecado Arcivers) wrote:

    > Wait this is not a dating thing my bad.

    And you still pressed "Send"!?!?!


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    Coach Mike Wyatt wrote:
    >
    > i have seen this in other ngs and wonder where my san andreas friends
    > live.
    >
    > i coach boys basketball at carter middle in knoxville, tennesse usa
    >
    > thank you for all of your help.
    >
    > coach w

    I am from the North East of England, near the mouth of the River Tyne.
    The town is called North Shields and is famous because Stan laurel
    lived here for a time.
    --
    Paul (everybody hurts sometimes)
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    Stop and Look
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    I'm from Niagara Falls, Canada. I work at Casino Fallsview which was just
    build last year. I have been playing GTA since the first one was released
    on the PS1. Never looked back.
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    "Coach Mike Wyatt" <garvol@msn.com> wrote in message
    news:26232-42264480-149@storefull-3133.bay.webtv.net...
    >i have seen this in other ngs and wonder where my san andreas friends
    > live.
    >
    > i coach boys basketball at carter middle in knoxville, tennesse usa
    >
    > thank you for all of your help.
    >
    > coach w
    >

    I'm from Simi Valley, located just northwest of Los Angeles.
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    I'm a 36 year old programmer in the UK, living in Birmingham and
    working in Rotherham for my sins. I played my brother's copy of VC a
    couple of years ago and got about two-thirds of the way through, I
    bought a PS2 at Xmas and GTA:SA is still the only game I have for it.

    Phil Hibbs.
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    New Brunswick, Canada. Been GTA'ing for a year. I have GTA-3, Vice City,
    and San Andreas. Me , my wife, her brother and his girlfriend love getting
    together to cause mayhem and pass the missions.

    John

    "Tim" <timkimberley@cogeco.ca> wrote in message
    news:WVyVd.8751$RM2.3245@read1.cgocable.net...
    > I'm from Niagara Falls, Canada. I work at Casino Fallsview which was just
    > build last year. I have been playing GTA since the first one was released
    > on the PS1. Never looked back.
    >
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    In article <1109857256.439143.151430@g14g2000cwa.googlegroups.com>,
    <snarks@gmail.com> wrote:
    >I'm a 36 year old programmer in the UK, living in Birmingham and
    >working in Rotherham for my sins.

    Crikey! Wouldn't want your commute. That'll take you about, what, 3 hours
    each way on a good day?
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    Coach Mike Wyatt wrote:
    > i have seen this in other ngs and wonder where my san andreas friends
    > live.

    Great idea. =:-)

    I'm 32, single and live alone.

    I live in Switzerland, Europe in Schlieren[1]. That's a small
    town near Zürich.

    As a living, I work as a Unix-System- and Network-Administrator
    at a small ISP[2]

    CU, Martin

    [1] http://www.schlieren.ch/
    [2] http://www.gpstechnik.ch/
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    Hi......my names M and I am a GTAaholic.....

    Married, 33 years old, Optician, 1 kid & another on the way and I live in
    bonny Dundee, Scotland.......

    Been playing videogames since around 1976....GTA since GTA 1 on PC......got
    GTA3 & VC on PC & XBox.......gotta a PSTwo just for GTASA.....(yes I am an
    impatient bastard)
    ;-)

    --
    M

    Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?
    "Coach Mike Wyatt" <garvol@msn.com> wrote in message
    news:26232-42264480-149@storefull-3133.bay.webtv.net...
    > i have seen this in other ngs and wonder where my san andreas friends
    > live.
    >
    > i coach boys basketball at carter middle in knoxville, tennesse usa
    >
    > thank you for all of your help.
    >
    > coach w
    >
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    23 male, living IN San Andreas. I live in a suburb just north of
    Philadelphia. Been GTA'ing since the first one was on the computer.

    jesse


    "Coach Mike Wyatt" <garvol@msn.com> wrote in message
    news:26232-42264480-149@storefull-3133.bay.webtv.net...
    > i have seen this in other ngs and wonder where my san andreas friends
    > live.
    >
    > i coach boys basketball at carter middle in knoxville, tennesse usa
    >
    > thank you for all of your help.
    >
    > coach w
    >
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    Live in the central Sierra Foothills of California (Sonora). I'm 62 and
    make my living, such as it is, as an actor.

    Tom
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    Bringing Plays and Stories
    to Our Schools and Communities
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    "Coach Mike Wyatt" <garvol@msn.com> ha scritto nel messaggio
    news:26232-42264480-149@storefull-3133.bay.webtv.net...
    >i have seen this in other ngs and wonder where my san andreas friends
    > live.
    >
    > i coach boys basketball at carter middle in knoxville, tennesse usa
    >
    > thank you for all of your help.
    >
    > coach w
    >
    >
    I'm 42 married, father of two girls, work as accountant/consultant and
    i'm living in Ticino - the italian speaking part of Switzerland.

    Playing GTA since GTA3, other passtimes shooting, motorbiking, hiking
    and newsgroup lurking.

    an almost always friendly
    Ghost

    PS : so far ...
    3 Americans
    2 Englishmen
    2 Swiss
    1 Canadian


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    "Ghost" <friendly_cyber_ghost@hotmail.(nospam)com> wrote in message
    news:422744ef$1_1@127.0.0.1...
    >
    > "Coach Mike Wyatt" <garvol@msn.com> ha scritto nel messaggio
    > news:26232-42264480-149@storefull-3133.bay.webtv.net...
    >>i have seen this in other ngs and wonder where my san andreas friends
    >> live.
    >>
    >> i coach boys basketball at carter middle in knoxville, tennesse usa
    >>
    >> thank you for all of your help.
    >>
    >> coach w
    >>
    >>
    > I'm 42 married, father of two girls, work as accountant/consultant and
    > i'm living in Ticino - the italian speaking part of Switzerland.
    >
    > Playing GTA since GTA3, other passtimes shooting, motorbiking, hiking and
    > newsgroup lurking.
    >
    > an almost always friendly
    > Ghost
    >
    > PS : so far ...
    > 3 Americans
    > 2 Englishmen
    > 2 Swiss
    > 1 Canadian
    >

    3 Englishmen, matey.;) I'm from Sunderland in the UK. I'm a Mackem - sorry I
    didn't notice NORTH Shields, Paul.;)

    aj
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    Coach Mike Wyatt wrote:
    > i have seen this in other ngs and wonder where my san andreas friends
    > live.
    >
    > i coach boys basketball at carter middle in knoxville, tennesse usa
    >
    > thank you for all of your help.
    >
    > coach w

    I'm 26, from Greater Manchester, UK (where it's been a little on the cold side
    lately!) and work as an Admin Assistant on piss-poor pay - A great use of my
    degree, I'm sure... I've been playing GTA since the first one (but not GTA2 -
    doesn't work on my ancient PC :-( )

    Paul.
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    "Coach Mike Wyatt" <garvol@msn.com> wrote in message
    news:26232-42264480-149@storefull-3133.bay.webtv.net...
    >i have seen this in other ngs and wonder where my san andreas friends
    > live.
    >
    > i coach boys basketball at carter middle in knoxville, tennesse usa
    >
    > thank you for all of your help.
    >
    > coach w
    >

    I'm from Waterford City in the Republic of Ireland.
    I used to raid tombs religiously before I discovered the joys of autoing
    grand thefts in the summer of 2003.
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    lets see if i recollect?
    a teacher and coach
    a teenager who could be in my class at school
    england
    ireland
    switzerland
    philly
    2 from california

    what a group...

    gta rocks
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    2 hours going north, three going south, but I stay in a hotel which is
    the main reason I bought a PS2 and GTA:SA.

    Phil Hibbs.
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    On Wed, 2 Mar 2005 17:56:00 -0500, garvol@msn.com (Coach Mike Wyatt)
    wrote:

    25 years old from a "lovely" town in Essex called Dagenham. Lucky me
    eh? Oh yeah and I play bass in a goth/rock band.

    Stuart

    _______________________________________________
    next gig: 8th April. Pressure Point, Brighton

    Debut album Reach For The Ground available now.

    www.theghostoflemora.co.uk
    http://tgol.proboards20.com
    www.resurrectionmusic.com
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    On Wed, 2 Mar 2005 17:56:00 -0500,
    Coach Mike Wyatt <garvol@msn.com> wrote
    in Msg. <26232-42264480-149@storefull-3133.bay.webtv.net>
    > i have seen this in other ngs and wonder where my san andreas friends
    > live.

    Hamburg, Germany. 36 yrs, physicist. Been playing GTA:VC since last spring
    when I accidentally won a PS2 from my bank (for recruiting my wife as a
    new customer -- I hadn't even known they had this lottery thing going).
    Bought GTA:SA soon after it came out although I hadn't finished VC yet
    because I wanted to see what the heck everybody on this NG was talking
    about.

    I've never been much of a computer player and never had a video console.
    Yet I sort of have the hunch that I'm never going to live without one
    although I'm not playing much ;-)

    --D.
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    Daniel Haude wrote:
    >
    > On Wed, 2 Mar 2005 17:56:00 -0500,
    > Coach Mike Wyatt <garvol@msn.com> wrote
    > in Msg. <26232-42264480-149@storefull-3133.bay.webtv.net>
    > > i have seen this in other ngs and wonder where my san andreas friends
    > > live.
    >
    > Hamburg, Germany. 36 yrs, physicist. Been playing GTA:VC since last spring
    > when I accidentally won a PS2 from my bank (for recruiting my wife as a
    > new customer -- I hadn't even known they had this lottery thing going).
    > Bought GTA:SA soon after it came out although I hadn't finished VC yet
    > because I wanted to see what the heck everybody on this NG was talking
    > about.
    >
    > I've never been much of a computer player and never had a video console.
    > Yet I sort of have the hunch that I'm never going to live without one
    > although I'm not playing much ;-)
    >
    > --D.

    It's funny how much you miss them when they're gone. When we got our
    first psone (we had other consoles before) I decided it was gathering
    dust as we couldn't afford the games so I sold it... boy was that a
    mistake. Luckily I managed to pick up another in just as good
    condition not long after.

    I like the fact that they seem to know no age boundaries. Everyone
    from our four year old grandchild to ourselves (That's a 45 year gap)
    play on the ps2 and xbox.
    --
    Paul (everybody hurts sometimes)
    ------------------------------------------------------
    Stop and Look
    http://www.geocities.com/dreamst8me/
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    so the roll call has been a success? always one cynic in the group...

    so how much are the playstations and games in europe?

    anyone played gran turismo 4 yet?
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    Coach Mike Wyatt wrote:
    >
    > so the roll call has been a success? always one cynic in the group...
    >
    > so how much are the playstations and games in europe?
    >
    In England the machine on its own is around £99, though some companies
    offer a free game etc. I had to pay a little more, with a game at xmas
    as my old machine gave up while trying to play SA. Games vary, with
    the cheapest new games being platinum on offer, 2 for £30, and the
    most expensive around £40. I'd do the conversion into dollars but
    maths was never my strong point

    > anyone played gran turismo 4 yet?

    It seems to be getting slammed by many who have, if you take a look in
    the ps2 newsgroups.

    Complaints from lack of multiplayer online, bad physics (though the
    description of cars being heavy on corners sounds like the last game
    to me)but mainly some problem with visual flickering at odd times.
    Seems they have designed the game to run at a very high dpi for HDTVs
    but depending on your settings there is judder.

    Having said this other people seem more than happy with it and point
    to improvements... and the return of the second hand cars!!!


    --
    Paul (everybody hurts sometimes)
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    I'm 21, live in Wimbledon, south west London and my hobbies include
    video-gaming, music and lying about my achievements.


    Cheers,
    Rob
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    On Wed, 2 Mar 2005 17:56:00 -0500, garvol@msn.com (Coach Mike Wyatt)
    wrote:

    >i have seen this in other ngs and wonder where my san andreas friends
    >live.
    >
    >i coach boys basketball at carter middle in knoxville, tennesse usa
    >
    >thank you for all of your help.
    >
    >coach w
    >
    27 year old IT Manager living in sunny Bolton (for those of you who
    dont know where that is then it is just north of Manchester in the UK)
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    adcb wrote:
    >
    > On Wed, 2 Mar 2005 17:56:00 -0500, garvol@msn.com (Coach Mike Wyatt)
    > wrote:
    >
    > >i have seen this in other ngs and wonder where my san andreas friends
    > >live.
    > >
    > >i coach boys basketball at carter middle in knoxville, tennesse usa
    > >
    > >thank you for all of your help.
    > >
    > >coach w
    > >
    > 27 year old IT Manager living in sunny Bolton (for those of you who
    > dont know where that is then it is just north of Manchester in the UK)

    ah, Bolton, used to travel through it on the way to burnley from...
    er, somewhere. I lived in both keighley and Bradford for a fair while,
    not too far from your hometown
    --
    Paul (everybody hurts sometimes)
    ------------------------------------------------------
    Stop and Look
    http://www.geocities.com/dreamst8me/
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    I think its awesome we got GTA gamers from all over the place here, just
    shows how large the internet and gaming industry really is. I was
    actually planning when i graduate school in 4 years to save money up and
    travel through Europe nd maybe get a better understandin then just
    Honesdale and the big cities of the US. Maybe see some of where Wolrd
    War 2 and World War 1 happened as I am interested in that particular
    era. Well have a nice night everybody or day or morning wherever you
    happen to be located.
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    Pecado Arcivers wrote:
    >
    > I think its awesome we got GTA gamers from all over the place here, just
    > shows how large the internet and gaming industry really is. I was
    > actually planning when i graduate school in 4 years to save money up and
    > travel through Europe nd maybe get a better understandin then just
    > Honesdale and the big cities of the US. Maybe see some of where Wolrd
    > War 2 and World War 1 happened as I am interested in that particular
    > era. Well have a nice night everybody or day or morning wherever you
    > happen to be located.

    :O) I think you'll love Europe. I've never been to the mainland but
    even our little island is worth the visit. You will be struck with how
    different each country is.
    --
    Paul (everybody hurts sometimes)
    ------------------------------------------------------
    Stop and Look
    http://www.geocities.com/dreamst8me/
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    "Paul Heslop" <paul.heslop@blueyonder.co.uk> ha scritto nel messaggio
    news:422D0C46.2A2D5FA0@blueyonder.co.uk...
    > Pecado Arcivers wrote:
    >>
    >> I think its awesome we got GTA gamers from all over the place here,
    >> just
    >> shows how large the internet and gaming industry really is. I was
    >> actually planning when i graduate school in 4 years to save money up
    >> and
    >> travel through Europe nd maybe get a better understandin then just
    >> Honesdale and the big cities of the US. Maybe see some of where Wolrd
    >> War 2 and World War 1 happened as I am interested in that particular
    >> era. Well have a nice night everybody or day or morning wherever you
    >> happen to be located.
    >
    > :O) I think you'll love Europe. I've never been to the mainland but
    > even our little island is worth the visit. You will be struck with how
    > different each country is.
    > --
    > Paul (everybody hurts sometimes)


    What a pitty Paul, never been on the mainland?
    With Durham Airport near you you should have a look at Ryanair to have a
    flight to Rome.
    But be advised, don't rent a car use pubblic transport instead. Or if
    you're some kind of fearless British Knight you could consider to rent a
    bike or scooter. Any other means of transportation in Rome would drive
    you crazy ;-)
    And if you wan't some kind of GTA feeling, have a trip south and go to
    visit Napoli. One of the most beautifull cities around. But reckless
    drivers, pickpockets, scam artists of any species will prove your street
    wiseness ;-)

    An always almost friendly
    Ghost


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    Ghost wrote:
    >
    > "Paul Heslop" <paul.heslop@blueyonder.co.uk> ha scritto nel messaggio
    > news:422D0C46.2A2D5FA0@blueyonder.co.uk...
    > > Pecado Arcivers wrote:
    > >>
    > >> I think its awesome we got GTA gamers from all over the place here,
    > >> just
    > >> shows how large the internet and gaming industry really is. I was
    > >> actually planning when i graduate school in 4 years to save money up
    > >> and
    > >> travel through Europe nd maybe get a better understandin then just
    > >> Honesdale and the big cities of the US. Maybe see some of where Wolrd
    > >> War 2 and World War 1 happened as I am interested in that particular
    > >> era. Well have a nice night everybody or day or morning wherever you
    > >> happen to be located.
    > >
    > > :O) I think you'll love Europe. I've never been to the mainland but
    > > even our little island is worth the visit. You will be struck with how
    > > different each country is.
    > > --
    > > Paul (everybody hurts sometimes)
    >
    > What a pitty Paul, never been on the mainland?
    > With Durham Airport near you you should have a look at Ryanair to have a
    > flight to Rome.

    I think they run them from newcastle too now. I don't even own a
    passport! :O(

    > But be advised, don't rent a car use pubblic transport instead. Or if
    > you're some kind of fearless British Knight you could consider to rent a
    > bike or scooter. Any other means of transportation in Rome would drive
    > you crazy ;-)

    It's the locals I would feel sorry for, I don't drive either :O)

    > And if you wan't some kind of GTA feeling, have a trip south and go to
    > visit Napoli. One of the most beautifull cities around. But reckless
    > drivers, pickpockets, scam artists of any species will prove your street
    > wiseness ;-)
    >
    > An always almost friendly
    > Ghost
    >
    Thanks for the nudges. The wife and I keep sort of planning something
    then bottling it. We have a ferry terminal just down the road so we
    could get to places like Norway quite easily and in fact my sister
    once offered to pay our way as long as we brought back a lot of duty
    frees :O)


    --
    Paul (everybody hurts sometimes)
    ------------------------------------------------------
    Stop and Look
    http://www.geocities.com/dreamst8me/
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    "Paul Heslop" <paul.heslop@blueyonder.co.uk> ha scritto nel messaggio
    news:422D71D1.46F8F231@blueyonder.co.uk...
    > Ghost wrote:
    >>

    > snip <

    >> What a pitty Paul, never been on the mainland?
    >> With Durham Airport near you you should have a look at Ryanair to
    >> have a
    >> flight to Rome.
    >
    > I think they run them from newcastle too now. I don't even own a
    > passport! :O(
    >
    >> But be advised, don't rent a car use pubblic transport instead. Or if
    >> you're some kind of fearless British Knight you could consider to
    >> rent a
    >> bike or scooter. Any other means of transportation in Rome would
    >> drive
    >> you crazy ;-)
    >
    > It's the locals I would feel sorry for, I don't drive either :O)
    >
    >> And if you wan't some kind of GTA feeling, have a trip south and go
    >> to
    >> visit Napoli. One of the most beautifull cities around. But reckless
    >> drivers, pickpockets, scam artists of any species will prove your
    >> street
    >> wiseness ;-)
    >>
    >> An always almost friendly
    >> Ghost
    >>
    > Thanks for the nudges. The wife and I keep sort of planning something
    > then bottling it. We have a ferry terminal just down the road so we
    > could get to places like Norway quite easily and in fact my sister
    > once offered to pay our way as long as we brought back a lot of duty
    > frees :O)

    hmmm .... but there's no GTA feeling in Norway ;-)
    Let's see ....
    Ryanair - Durham Tees Valley (MME) - Rome Ciampino (CIA)
    Departure 01.05.05 20.00 - Arrival 23.55 Flight 9656
    Ryanair - Rome Ciampino (CIA) - Durham Tees Valley (MME)
    Departure 05.05.05 17.40 - Arrival 19.35 Flight 9655
    Total Cost 29.63 GBP per person. A train trip to London would cost at
    least 64.00 GBP!

    No passport needed only Idenitiycard.

    Rome at springtime ...... good food, good wine, good clothes .........
    If you go with your wife you should take some extra cash with you, since
    the femals are reaction in an strange way to the offerings in all those
    shops. But after a shoping trip in Via Condotti she will love you to
    pieces ;-)

    An always almost friendly
    Ghost


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    >
    >Rome at springtime ...... good food, good wine, good clothes .........
    >If you go with your wife you should take some extra cash with you, since
    >the femals are reaction in an strange way to the offerings in all those
    >shops. But after a shoping trip in Via Condotti she will love you to
    >pieces ;-)
    >
    >An always almost friendly
    >Ghost

    aah rome shmome, you want to get yerself to the thriving metropolis of
    bolton. we have everything, pubs, pound bargain shops, a church and
    even a nightclub. coupled with a thriving unemployed community and sub
    standard housing you cant go wrong
    Tell yah its the place to be ;-)
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    "adcb" <no@spam.com> ha scritto nel messaggio
    news:tf8r21lo5e2ifads48ll9l9p621u558j96@4ax.com...
    >
    >>
    >>Rome at springtime ...... good food, good wine, good clothes .........
    >>If you go with your wife you should take some extra cash with you,
    >>since
    >>the femals are reaction in an strange way to the offerings in all
    >>those
    >>shops. But after a shoping trip in Via Condotti she will love you to
    >>pieces ;-)
    >>
    >>An always almost friendly
    >>Ghost
    >
    > aah rome shmome, you want to get yerself to the thriving metropolis of
    > bolton. we have everything, pubs, pound bargain shops, a church and
    > even a nightclub. coupled with a thriving unemployed community and sub
    > standard housing you cant go wrong
    > Tell yah its the place to be ;-)
    >
    Is it Bolton near Manchester? Sounds good ;-) But I'm afraid it hasn't
    the same sexappeal factor as rome ;-p.
    Ghost


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    Ghost wrote:
    >
    > "Paul Heslop" <paul.heslop@blueyonder.co.uk> ha scritto nel messaggio
    > news:422D71D1.46F8F231@blueyonder.co.uk...
    > > Ghost wrote:
    > >>
    >
    > > snip <
    >
    > >> What a pitty Paul, never been on the mainland?
    > >> With Durham Airport near you you should have a look at Ryanair to
    > >> have a
    > >> flight to Rome.
    > >
    > > I think they run them from newcastle too now. I don't even own a
    > > passport! :O(
    > >
    > >> But be advised, don't rent a car use pubblic transport instead. Or if
    > >> you're some kind of fearless British Knight you could consider to
    > >> rent a
    > >> bike or scooter. Any other means of transportation in Rome would
    > >> drive
    > >> you crazy ;-)
    > >
    > > It's the locals I would feel sorry for, I don't drive either :O)
    > >
    > >> And if you wan't some kind of GTA feeling, have a trip south and go
    > >> to
    > >> visit Napoli. One of the most beautifull cities around. But reckless
    > >> drivers, pickpockets, scam artists of any species will prove your
    > >> street
    > >> wiseness ;-)
    > >>
    > >> An always almost friendly
    > >> Ghost
    > >>
    > > Thanks for the nudges. The wife and I keep sort of planning something
    > > then bottling it. We have a ferry terminal just down the road so we
    > > could get to places like Norway quite easily and in fact my sister
    > > once offered to pay our way as long as we brought back a lot of duty
    > > frees :O)
    >
    > hmmm .... but there's no GTA feeling in Norway ;-)
    > Let's see ....
    > Ryanair - Durham Tees Valley (MME) - Rome Ciampino (CIA)
    > Departure 01.05.05 20.00 - Arrival 23.55 Flight 9656
    > Ryanair - Rome Ciampino (CIA) - Durham Tees Valley (MME)
    > Departure 05.05.05 17.40 - Arrival 19.35 Flight 9655
    > Total Cost 29.63 GBP per person. A train trip to London would cost at
    > least 64.00 GBP!
    >
    > No passport needed only Idenitiycard.
    >
    > Rome at springtime ...... good food, good wine, good clothes .........
    > If you go with your wife you should take some extra cash with you, since
    > the femals are reaction in an strange way to the offerings in all those
    > shops. But after a shoping trip in Via Condotti she will love you to
    > pieces ;-)
    >
    > An always almost friendly
    > Ghost
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    Thanks ghost! We will do it, even if I have to overcome my fear of
    flying, some day. But what's this about the identity card? anyway,
    aren't they more expensive than passports?
    --
    Paul (everybody hurts sometimes)
    ------------------------------------------------------
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    adcb wrote:
    >
    > >
    > >Rome at springtime ...... good food, good wine, good clothes .........
    > >If you go with your wife you should take some extra cash with you, since
    > >the femals are reaction in an strange way to the offerings in all those
    > >shops. But after a shoping trip in Via Condotti she will love you to
    > >pieces ;-)
    > >
    > >An always almost friendly
    > >Ghost
    >
    > aah rome shmome, you want to get yerself to the thriving metropolis of
    > bolton. we have everything, pubs, pound bargain shops, a church and
    > even a nightclub. coupled with a thriving unemployed community and sub
    > standard housing you cant go wrong
    > Tell yah its the place to be ;-)

    you should try North shields!
    --
    Paul (everybody hurts sometimes)
    ------------------------------------------------------
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    "adcb" <no@spam.com> wrote in message
    news:tf8r21lo5e2ifads48ll9l9p621u558j96@4ax.com...
    >
    >>
    >>Rome at springtime ...... good food, good wine, good clothes .........
    >>If you go with your wife you should take some extra cash with you, since
    >>the femals are reaction in an strange way to the offerings in all those
    >>shops. But after a shoping trip in Via Condotti she will love you to
    >>pieces ;-)
    >>
    >>An always almost friendly
    >>Ghost
    >
    > aah rome shmome, you want to get yerself to the thriving metropolis of
    > bolton. we have everything, pubs, pound bargain shops, a church and
    > even a nightclub. coupled with a thriving unemployed community and sub
    > standard housing you cant go wrong
    > Tell yah its the place to be ;-)
    >

    What about Sama Allardyce, El Hadji Diouf and Peter Kay?
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    Razor wrote:
    >
    > "adcb" <no@spam.com> wrote in message
    > news:tf8r21lo5e2ifads48ll9l9p621u558j96@4ax.com...
    > >
    > >>
    > >>Rome at springtime ...... good food, good wine, good clothes .........
    > >>If you go with your wife you should take some extra cash with you, since
    > >>the femals are reaction in an strange way to the offerings in all those
    > >>shops. But after a shoping trip in Via Condotti she will love you to
    > >>pieces ;-)
    > >>
    > >>An always almost friendly
    > >>Ghost
    > >
    > > aah rome shmome, you want to get yerself to the thriving metropolis of
    > > bolton. we have everything, pubs, pound bargain shops, a church and
    > > even a nightclub. coupled with a thriving unemployed community and sub
    > > standard housing you cant go wrong
    > > Tell yah its the place to be ;-)
    > >
    >
    > What about Sama Allardyce, El Hadji Diouf and Peter Kay?

    Peter Kay! The single best reason for visiting Bolton
    --
    Paul (everybody hurts sometimes)
    ------------------------------------------------------
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    In message <422d6324$1_2@127.0.0.1>
    "Ghost" <friendly_cyber_ghost@hotmail.(nospam)com> wrote:

    > With Durham Airport near you you should have a look at Ryanair to have a
    > flight to Rome.
    > But be advised, don't rent a car use pubblic transport instead. Or if
    > you're some kind of fearless British Knight you could consider to rent a
    > bike or scooter. Any other means of transportation in Rome would drive
    > you crazy ;-)

    Become a Mod maybe? Got to keep the British end up, as James Bond would
    say.


    Cheers,
    Rob
    --
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    | / \| \ | | || ||| /__\ | mflt35@dsl.pipex.com
    | \__/|__/ |_|_|| |||__\___ | Wimbledon, London, England.
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    In message <tf8r21lo5e2ifads48ll9l9p621u558j96@4ax.com>
    adcb <no@spam.com> wrote:

    > aah rome shmome, you want to get yerself to the thriving metropolis of
    > bolton. we have everything, pubs, pound bargain shops, a church and
    > even a nightclub. coupled with a thriving unemployed community and sub
    > standard housing you cant go wrong
    > Tell yah its the place to be ;-)

    It certainly can't be worse than Luton. If Rockstar need to shock even
    more people, they should do the next installment there.

    Personally, I'd really love to see video-game teenagers sniffing glue on
    the backs of buses and shoplifting just for kicks....


    Cheers,
    Rob
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    | \__/|__/ |_|_|| |||__\___ | Wimbledon, London, England.
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    Rob White wrote:

    > It certainly can't be worse than Luton. If Rockstar need to shock even
    > more people, they should do the next installment there.
    >
    > Personally, I'd really love to see video-game teenagers sniffing glue
    > on the backs of buses and shoplifting just for kicks....

    Ahhhh.......the joys of Luton.......used to live there a long time
    ago.........

    --
    M

    Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?
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    M wrote:
    >
    > Rob White wrote:
    >
    > > It certainly can't be worse than Luton. If Rockstar need to shock even
    > > more people, they should do the next installment there.
    > >
    > > Personally, I'd really love to see video-game teenagers sniffing glue
    > > on the backs of buses and shoplifting just for kicks....
    >
    > Ahhhh.......the joys of Luton.......used to live there a long time
    > ago.........
    >
    > --
    > M
    >
    > Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

    best time to live there (boom boom!)
    --
    Paul (That’s what keeps me down)
    ------------------------------------------------------
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    "Paul Heslop" <paul.heslop@blueyonder.co.uk> ha scritto nel messaggio
    news:422DDDD8.3353C711@blueyonder.co.uk...
    > Ghost wrote:
    >>
    >> "Paul Heslop" <paul.heslop@blueyonder.co.uk> ha scritto nel messaggio
    >> news:422D71D1.46F8F231@blueyonder.co.uk...
    >> > Ghost wrote:
    >> >>
    >>
    >> > snip <
    >>
    >> hmmm .... but there's no GTA feeling in Norway ;-)
    >> Let's see ....
    >> Ryanair - Durham Tees Valley (MME) - Rome Ciampino (CIA)
    >> Departure 01.05.05 20.00 - Arrival 23.55 Flight 9656
    >> Ryanair - Rome Ciampino (CIA) - Durham Tees Valley (MME)
    >> Departure 05.05.05 17.40 - Arrival 19.35 Flight 9655
    >> Total Cost 29.63 GBP per person. A train trip to London would cost at
    >> least 64.00 GBP!
    >>
    >> No passport needed only Idenitiycard.
    >>
    >> Rome at springtime ...... good food, good wine, good clothes
    >> .........
    >> If you go with your wife you should take some extra cash with you,
    >> since
    >> the femals are reaction in an strange way to the offerings in all
    >> those
    >> shops. But after a shoping trip in Via Condotti she will love you to
    >> pieces ;-)
    >>
    >> An always almost friendly
    >> Ghost
    >>
    > Thanks ghost! We will do it, even if I have to overcome my fear of
    > flying, some day. But what's this about the identity card? anyway,
    > aren't they more expensive than passports?
    > --
    > Paul (everybody hurts sometimes)
    If you haven't any of those documents you will be better of applying for
    an biometric passport

    Ghost


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    Ghost wrote:
    >
    > "Paul Heslop" <paul.heslop@blueyonder.co.uk> ha scritto nel messaggio
    > news:422DDDD8.3353C711@blueyonder.co.uk...
    > > Ghost wrote:
    > >>
    > >> "Paul Heslop" <paul.heslop@blueyonder.co.uk> ha scritto nel messaggio
    > >> news:422D71D1.46F8F231@blueyonder.co.uk...
    > >> > Ghost wrote:
    > >> >>
    > >>
    > >> > snip <
    > >>
    > >> hmmm .... but there's no GTA feeling in Norway ;-)
    > >> Let's see ....
    > >> Ryanair - Durham Tees Valley (MME) - Rome Ciampino (CIA)
    > >> Departure 01.05.05 20.00 - Arrival 23.55 Flight 9656
    > >> Ryanair - Rome Ciampino (CIA) - Durham Tees Valley (MME)
    > >> Departure 05.05.05 17.40 - Arrival 19.35 Flight 9655
    > >> Total Cost 29.63 GBP per person. A train trip to London would cost at
    > >> least 64.00 GBP!
    > >>
    > >> No passport needed only Idenitiycard.
    > >>
    > >> Rome at springtime ...... good food, good wine, good clothes
    > >> .........
    > >> If you go with your wife you should take some extra cash with you,
    > >> since
    > >> the femals are reaction in an strange way to the offerings in all
    > >> those
    > >> shops. But after a shoping trip in Via Condotti she will love you to
    > >> pieces ;-)
    > >>
    > >> An always almost friendly
    > >> Ghost
    > >>
    > > Thanks ghost! We will do it, even if I have to overcome my fear of
    > > flying, some day. But what's this about the identity card? anyway,
    > > aren't they more expensive than passports?
    > > --
    > > Paul (everybody hurts sometimes)
    > If you haven't any of those documents you will be better of applying for
    > an biometric passport
    >
    > Ghost
    >
    jees, what's one of those?
    --
    Paul (That’s what keeps me down)
    ------------------------------------------------------
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    "Paul Heslop" <paul.heslop@blueyonder.co.uk> ha scritto nel messaggio
    news:422EB9FB.39B37274@blueyonder.co.uk...
    Ghost wrote:
    >
    > "Paul Heslop" <paul.heslop@blueyonder.co.uk> ha scritto nel messaggio
    > news:422DDDD8.3353C711@blueyonder.co.uk...
    > > Ghost wrote:
    > >>
    > >> "Paul Heslop" <paul.heslop@blueyonder.co.uk> ha scritto nel
    > >> messaggio
    > >> news:422D71D1.46F8F231@blueyonder.co.uk...
    > >> > Ghost wrote:
    > >> >>
    > >>
    > >> > snip <
    > >>
    > >> hmmm .... but there's no GTA feeling in Norway ;-)
    > >> Let's see ....
    > >> Ryanair - Durham Tees Valley (MME) - Rome Ciampino (CIA)
    > >> Departure 01.05.05 20.00 - Arrival 23.55 Flight 9656
    > >> Ryanair - Rome Ciampino (CIA) - Durham Tees Valley (MME)
    > >> Departure 05.05.05 17.40 - Arrival 19.35 Flight 9655
    > >> Total Cost 29.63 GBP per person. A train trip to London would cost
    > >> at
    > >> least 64.00 GBP!
    > >>
    > >> No passport needed only Idenitiycard.
    > >>
    > >> Rome at springtime ...... good food, good wine, good clothes
    > >> .........
    > >> If you go with your wife you should take some extra cash with you,
    > >> since
    > >> the femals are reaction in an strange way to the offerings in all
    > >> those
    > >> shops. But after a shoping trip in Via Condotti she will love you
    > >> to
    > >> pieces ;-)
    > >>
    > >> An always almost friendly
    > >> Ghost
    > >>
    > > Thanks ghost! We will do it, even if I have to overcome my fear of
    > > flying, some day. But what's this about the identity card? anyway,
    > > aren't they more expensive than passports?
    > > --
    > > Paul (everybody hurts sometimes)
    > If you haven't any of those documents you will be better of applying
    > for
    > an biometric passport
    >
    > Ghost
    >
    Here you find all you need
    http://www.ukpa.gov.uk/identity.asp

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    On Tue, 08 Mar 2005 20:31:30 GMT, Paul Heslop
    <paul.heslop@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:

    >Razor wrote:
    >>
    >> "adcb" <no@spam.com> wrote in message
    >> news:tf8r21lo5e2ifads48ll9l9p621u558j96@4ax.com...
    >> >
    >> >>
    >> >>Rome at springtime ...... good food, good wine, good clothes .........
    >> >>If you go with your wife you should take some extra cash with you, since
    >> >>the femals are reaction in an strange way to the offerings in all those
    >> >>shops. But after a shoping trip in Via Condotti she will love you to
    >> >>pieces ;-)
    >> >>
    >> >>An always almost friendly
    >> >>Ghost
    >> >
    >> > aah rome shmome, you want to get yerself to the thriving metropolis of
    >> > bolton. we have everything, pubs, pound bargain shops, a church and
    >> > even a nightclub. coupled with a thriving unemployed community and sub
    >> > standard housing you cant go wrong
    >> > Tell yah its the place to be ;-)
    >> >
    >>
    >> What about Sama Allardyce, El Hadji Diouf and Peter Kay?
    >
    >Peter Kay! The single best reason for visiting Bolton

    Except he lives in adlington, just to get away from the town. In a
    very nice house that my mates dad used to own then sold it to ryan
    gigs then he sold it to peter kay.
    Lovelly house though.

    However i prefer big sam and the bad boy el hadj diouf for the reason
    to go to bolton.

    (as you can tell i am a wanderers fan

    sha la la la la la la la diouf diouf,
    sha la la la la la la la diouf diouf,
    sha la la la la la la la diouf diouf,
    el hadji diouf will spit on you

    to the tune of sweet marie used in phoenix nights)
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    adcb wrote:
    >
    > On Tue, 08 Mar 2005 20:31:30 GMT, Paul Heslop
    > <paul.heslop@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:
    >
    > >Razor wrote:
    > >>
    > >> "adcb" <no@spam.com> wrote in message
    > >> news:tf8r21lo5e2ifads48ll9l9p621u558j96@4ax.com...
    > >> >
    > >> >>
    > >> >>Rome at springtime ...... good food, good wine, good clothes .........
    > >> >>If you go with your wife you should take some extra cash with you, since
    > >> >>the femals are reaction in an strange way to the offerings in all those
    > >> >>shops. But after a shoping trip in Via Condotti she will love you to
    > >> >>pieces ;-)
    > >> >>
    > >> >>An always almost friendly
    > >> >>Ghost
    > >> >
    > >> > aah rome shmome, you want to get yerself to the thriving metropolis of
    > >> > bolton. we have everything, pubs, pound bargain shops, a church and
    > >> > even a nightclub. coupled with a thriving unemployed community and sub
    > >> > standard housing you cant go wrong
    > >> > Tell yah its the place to be ;-)
    > >> >
    > >>
    > >> What about Sama Allardyce, El Hadji Diouf and Peter Kay?
    > >
    > >Peter Kay! The single best reason for visiting Bolton
    >
    > Except he lives in adlington, just to get away from the town. In a
    > very nice house that my mates dad used to own then sold it to ryan
    > gigs then he sold it to peter kay.
    > Lovelly house though.
    >
    > However i prefer big sam and the bad boy el hadj diouf for the reason
    > to go to bolton.
    >
    > (as you can tell i am a wanderers fan
    >
    > sha la la la la la la la diouf diouf,
    > sha la la la la la la la diouf diouf,
    > sha la la la la la la la diouf diouf,
    > el hadji diouf will spit on you
    >
    > to the tune of sweet marie used in phoenix nights)

    :O) I don't know Bolton too well but caught a doc about Peter a
    little while ago when he were still living there, filmed generally in
    his back alley and bedroom. He was proudly showing off his jim'll fix
    it soap on a rope!
    --
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    Ghost wrote:
    >
    > "Paul Heslop" <paul.heslop@blueyonder.co.uk> ha scritto nel messaggio
    > news:422EB9FB.39B37274@blueyonder.co.uk...
    > Ghost wrote:
    > >
    > > "Paul Heslop" <paul.heslop@blueyonder.co.uk> ha scritto nel messaggio
    > > news:422DDDD8.3353C711@blueyonder.co.uk...
    > > > Ghost wrote:
    > > >>
    > > >> "Paul Heslop" <paul.heslop@blueyonder.co.uk> ha scritto nel
    > > >> messaggio
    > > >> news:422D71D1.46F8F231@blueyonder.co.uk...
    > > >> > Ghost wrote:
    > > >> >>
    > > >>
    > > >> > snip <
    > > >>
    > > >> hmmm .... but there's no GTA feeling in Norway ;-)
    > > >> Let's see ....
    > > >> Ryanair - Durham Tees Valley (MME) - Rome Ciampino (CIA)
    > > >> Departure 01.05.05 20.00 - Arrival 23.55 Flight 9656
    > > >> Ryanair - Rome Ciampino (CIA) - Durham Tees Valley (MME)
    > > >> Departure 05.05.05 17.40 - Arrival 19.35 Flight 9655
    > > >> Total Cost 29.63 GBP per person. A train trip to London would cost
    > > >> at
    > > >> least 64.00 GBP!
    > > >>
    > > >> No passport needed only Idenitiycard.
    > > >>
    > > >> Rome at springtime ...... good food, good wine, good clothes
    > > >> .........
    > > >> If you go with your wife you should take some extra cash with you,
    > > >> since
    > > >> the femals are reaction in an strange way to the offerings in all
    > > >> those
    > > >> shops. But after a shoping trip in Via Condotti she will love you
    > > >> to
    > > >> pieces ;-)
    > > >>
    > > >> An always almost friendly
    > > >> Ghost
    > > >>
    > > > Thanks ghost! We will do it, even if I have to overcome my fear of
    > > > flying, some day. But what's this about the identity card? anyway,
    > > > aren't they more expensive than passports?
    > > > --
    > > > Paul (everybody hurts sometimes)
    > > If you haven't any of those documents you will be better of applying
    > > for
    > > an biometric passport
    > >
    > > Ghost
    > >
    > Here you find all you need
    > http://www.ukpa.gov.uk/identity.asp
    >
    > Ghost
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