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Robert Wells or Mr Waters
Date: 6.43 pm, Sunday 1st January, 2006
Subject: Happy New Year
Security: Public
Discovered this morning, scrawlled in chalk in disturbingly familiar handwriting, on a wall in a country pub in East Sussex:

Remember those who are not here
And praise the lord for those who are
The cost of loss is far too dear
So love your friends, near & far
That they will love me come next year
I wish upon a fallen star

(indecipherable squiggle)

Resolutions to follow.
Grab a pen | 2 jottings | | Link

User: (Anonymous)
Date: 4.36 am, Monday 2nd January, 2006 (UTC)
Subject: Class
(Fade in)

(Cod Russian Accent)

....but isn't it right that the class of the bourgeoisie will subject the proletariat to their whims for ever more unless they shall rise up. Yes, the proletariat shall fight, and they shall be right to fight.....(fade out)

(fade in)....You're in a philadelphia, dude!.....(fade out)

Michael Aspel: Yes, Mr Waters, this voice from the past has once again found you on the wonderful world of the interweb, and he wishes to satiate your hugging addiction right now. [But only if you can:

a) scrawl drunken poetry in a number of amusing places so I can write an amusing book about it in time for the Christmas bestsellers list 2006
b) get me a job on that Cruise ship]

All the very best for 2006 my man. Love & Cuddles.
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Robert Wells or Mr Waters: JAKAL
User: weaselspoon
Date: 11.58 pm, Friday 6th January, 2006 (UTC)
Subject: Re: Class
This sounds like a very thin man, one might almost say ... skinny.

How are you, dear boy? The last I heard of you, you were engaged and I was so shocked I forgot to reply. Sue me. I'm a cock.

Get yourself an account here. Then you can read the serialised drunken poetry graffiti magical mystery tour.

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