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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #100 on: 07 May 2008, 11:27 »

Man, masses of people are/were from where I used to live. If I was taking Philosophy I may be inclined to consider whether that has influenced our foruming habits, but since I'm not I'll just say: Yorkshirecon?

That was actually a flip suggestion but thinking about it, it's less North than Scotland so southerny people don't have to buy an aeroplane to get there, and less South than London, so Scotlandy people don't have to wear bulletproof clothing. If you guys decide on actually having a UK meet let's have it in Yorkshire, there's lot of excellent beer I'm told and I know there are lots of large fields for frisbee, frippery and frolic. Also cheap hotels.
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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #101 on: 07 May 2008, 11:29 »

I am thoroughly in favour of Yorkshirecon, since I can meet strange people with minimum effort.
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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #102 on: 07 May 2008, 11:46 »

I was about to protest that being from Yorkshire did not make you strange.

Then I realised that a) that probably wasn't what you meant and b) it wasn't true anyway.
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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #103 on: 07 May 2008, 11:48 »

Also, I'd be embarrassed if I supported Manchester United right now. Think of the money they have spent and yet there's a possibility that they might finish the season with fuck all? That's fucking disgraceful.

I don't even want to think about it. I think we can take Wigan, though.
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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #104 on: 07 May 2008, 12:11 »

I'm not entirely sure what my accent should be called. It's not Estuary English or Cockney, but it's not RP either. Is there such thing as "common" RP?
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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #105 on: 07 May 2008, 12:14 »

I was in Yorkshire over the last few days.

I think myself and Katie will be passing through later in May. We will keep everyone posted!
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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #106 on: 07 May 2008, 13:12 »

If by "later in May" you mean "between the 23rd and 29th", and "keep everyone posted" you mean "organise a QC party" then I am there.

On the other hand, if by "passing through" you mean "being intimidating" then I'm definitely not there.

Are you intimidating? I'm a little scared of Katie.
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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #107 on: 07 May 2008, 13:14 »

I'm about half as intimidating as an effeminate Ewok.

Sadly it is likely to be some time between the 19th and 23rd.
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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #108 on: 07 May 2008, 13:16 »

You realise that's unutterably useless? I'll be mouldering in an exam room in the Welsh borders for most of that time.

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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #109 on: 07 May 2008, 13:38 »

personally i think a Londoncon would be best, as being our nation's capital and largest city, it has the most to offer, with all the sights to see and things to do. plus anyone who whinges about how expensive life is getting up north can experience REAL rip offs!! you will feel like everything oop norf is so cheap and wonderul compared to waht we put up with. I mean £4 a pint, wheres the justice in that?




although speaking of yorkshire, I am moving up there later this year for uni
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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #110 on: 07 May 2008, 13:45 »

Wouldn't London being really expensive be less incentive to go there?
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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #111 on: 07 May 2008, 13:50 »

Waterloosunset I can't work out whether you're being sarcastic or not.

And London is hardly the only place to do things and see things. Yorkshire is full of exciting and bizarre places like Hebden Bridge.
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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #112 on: 07 May 2008, 15:30 »

Hebden Bridge...  original home of Calrec, and where the original SoundField mics were made.

Here for your amusement is a photo of the inventors of the SoundField (Peter Craven and Michael Gerzon) looking at Calrec's first prototype:



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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #113 on: 07 May 2008, 15:57 »

It also has more lesbians per head of population than anywhere else in the UK, it's close to Sylvia Plath's grave and it's a good place for walking. Hebden Bridge is an interesting place, definitely a better candidate than London. Besides, I'm kind of scared to go to London now Boris runs it.
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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #114 on: 07 May 2008, 16:07 »

It also has more lesbians per head of population than anywhere else in the UK, it's close to Sylvia Plath's grave and it's a good place for walking. Hebden Bridge is an interesting place, definitely a better candidate than London. Besides, I'm kind of scared to go to London now Boris runs it.

The question is, are they attractive lesbians?
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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #115 on: 07 May 2008, 16:20 »

There is only one way to find out. To Hebden Bridge!
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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #116 on: 07 May 2008, 16:36 »

     Lesbians!
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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #117 on: 07 May 2008, 17:31 »

Besides, I'm kind of scared to go to London now Boris runs it.

Every time I read a news story about the new mayor of London I get a little excited because I think that



will be making sure the Tube runs on time from now on
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« Reply #118 on: 07 May 2008, 18:05 »

The Olympics would be more interesting under their reign, all events would assess ability to rock the fuck out. I think I'd enter the 100 minute drone.
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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #119 on: 08 May 2008, 03:11 »

Well, I'm a NZer so I'm nowhere bloody near the UK but I have to say last time I was in London it was so fucking good... I'd just been in Austria for 2 weeks visiting family, which was great, then Rome for a few days which I wasn't so enraptured with but it was gorgeous, but after that being in London was like being back home. The accents were similar, everyone spoke English, they drive on the left and have lots (OK, too many) roundabouts and everyone avoids your eyes! Not all good things but relaxing for the similarities.

I don't try and put on an accent but I do try and eliminate the NZ twang. I can't stand it. And I've had a few immigrants ask me what country I was born in so obviously I've succeeded on some level.
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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #120 on: 08 May 2008, 03:18 »

I have a kiwi in my year at school, he's been here, in Australia for about 3 years now. The accent is almost gone.

Yay assimilation!
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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #121 on: 08 May 2008, 03:33 »

lol Well, y'know, depending where you're from the accent's not that different. I met a friend of a friend who was from Melbourne and I honestly hadn't realised he wasn't a NZer until he pointed it out! I tend to pick up accents ridiculously quickly, but only if I like them  :|
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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #122 on: 08 May 2008, 03:42 »

Accents are a funny thing. Half way through my holiday in the states my own accent seemed so... alien.
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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #123 on: 08 May 2008, 03:51 »

Oo, that too! When your own voice sounds alien but you don't want to deliberately imitate people around you. Surrealness
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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #124 on: 08 May 2008, 04:24 »

The best accent in the world is quite clearly a north-eastern-coast-of-the-Scottish-Highlands accent.  My gran came from up there and had a wonderous accent, unfortunately my mother grew up in Glasgae, moved to London to train as a nurse and then years later moved back to scotland and married an englishmanpigdog so my accent is kind of English-with-some-Glaswegian-slang-plus-a-little-bit-of-Edinburgh-slang-with-more-swearing one.


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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #125 on: 08 May 2008, 05:22 »

You must post something in the thread for sharing voices.

Now.
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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #126 on: 08 May 2008, 07:27 »

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That is not Hebden Bridge's sole charm! There are also many pleasant craft shops and a canal with boats...

OK that is Hebden Bridge's only charm. But we should still meet there, it is the kind of place that does not look askance at the Internet meeting within its vicinity. Actually when I was there last I felt uncomfortable because I was oddly dressed for the area; I was wearing jeans and a t shirt and no feathers.
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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #127 on: 08 May 2008, 09:20 »

Yeah my accents a little bit weird as well (well not really its just a mixed up Scottish accent). My parents are from the east coast around Dundee so I rarely ever pronounce my "Tees", whilst this is prominent on the west coast as well its not quite as extreme. Oban where i come from has a ridiculously mashed up accent with proper teuchter coming through, Glasgae accent and a lot of English people come up here as well and it dilutes the Scottish accent slightly.

Anyway don't go to Hebden bridge, come to Oban. We have a mock Colosseum built to alleviate unemployment. Top that?
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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #128 on: 09 May 2008, 14:45 »

Things I have done in Oban: eaten delicious snowballs from Farm Foods, watched James and the Giant Peach with some of my cousins, felt uncomfortable around my horrible alcoholic uncle-in-law.
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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #129 on: 09 May 2008, 15:13 »

Farm foods is the best place to go in Oban if you want cheap as hell ice cream. Other things to do in Oban include drinking, drinking and maybe getting drunk because there really isn't much to do at all.
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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #130 on: 09 May 2008, 15:25 »

Anyway don't go to Hebden bridge, come to Oban. We have a mock Colosseum built to alleviate unemployment. Top that?

Didn't you hear?  Hebden has Lesbians.  You can't top that.  :-P
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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #131 on: 10 May 2008, 01:04 »

I heard the UK has dragons.
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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #132 on: 10 May 2008, 14:07 »

Oh good, I need a new one. My last one got too big and flew away. Good thing I will be there on Wednesday!
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« Reply #133 on: 10 May 2008, 14:08 »

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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #134 on: 11 May 2008, 02:20 »

I heard the UK has dragons.

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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #135 on: 11 May 2008, 05:59 »

speaking of dragons, there is a welsh company that makes sausages called "dragon sausages" . to avoid confusion and getting sued however, they have to put a disclaimer saying there are no dragons in the sausages
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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #136 on: 11 May 2008, 19:12 »

in my 19 years of standing/lying/sitting in scotland I have not seen a single dragon. Or a live haggis.

I must be looking in the wrong places.
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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #137 on: 12 May 2008, 00:32 »

You have to remember that haggis fly upsidedown to confuse the hunters.

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« Reply #138 on: 12 May 2008, 02:41 »

I am confused by this, therefore I am hunter?
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« Reply #139 on: 12 May 2008, 04:12 »

It's a song performed by Peter Sellers (written by Jeremy Lloyd, set to music by Jim Parker):

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The haggis season has begun
All over Scotland every gun
Is taken down with loving care
Though some prefer the haggis snare
For haggis are a wily lot
That's why they are so seldom shot
"We're the haggis, aye, hooray;
We'll live until next Hogmanay"

Its flying upside down and low
The guns all fire, but they're too slow
And though it's rather old and fat
It's awfully hard to hit like that
And as it flies off in the mist
Great hairy clansmen shake their fists
And scream their curses to the crags
And stamp on empty haggis bags
And so the haggis gets away
To live until next Hogmanay

"We're the haggis, aye, hooray;
We'll live until next Hogmanay"

It's on the "Captain Beaky" record (listen), with longer lyrics here.

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Re: Anyone here from the UK?
« Reply #140 on: 12 May 2008, 16:08 »

Yorkshirecon ftw!

It is by far the greatest county of them all!
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« Reply #141 on: 13 May 2008, 01:48 »

Yeah, Luke, If I ever meet you, and you don't look like Mitchell, I'm going to be dissapointed.
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« Reply #142 on: 13 May 2008, 02:36 »

I dont know but I can see with some inveitability I will look like him one day. Or at least have a similarly depressing life to Mark on Peep Show.
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« Reply #143 on: 18 May 2008, 03:11 »

I'm going to meet him and be all "You're not Mitchell at all" and be really confused.

If anyone else wants to join me, Sox and Luke C in our Leeds-rampaging, we're going to be there on the 24th (or at least, that's the plan).
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« Reply #144 on: 18 May 2008, 07:41 »

If I recall correctly, Luke C used to have an avatar of a metal head with black hair and a top hat? I remember being disappointed when he posted a picture and he was not a metal head with black hair and a top hat?
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« Reply #145 on: 18 May 2008, 07:47 »

It was a picture of Slash!

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« Reply #146 on: 18 May 2008, 07:49 »

I figured it was one of those people. I just hoped because it'd be really cool.
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« Reply #147 on: 18 May 2008, 07:55 »

If I recall correctly, Luke C used to have an avatar of a metal head with black hair and a top hat? I remember being disappointed when he posted a picture and he was not a metal head with black hair and a top hat?

Yeah that was me. The picture was, as tommy points out, of Slash. I do wish I looked like Slash but alas no, you are right Slick it would be pretty cool if I was Slash. I wish I had about 1% of his musical ability but there ya go. Im not a metal head but I do love my metal though.

For reference this is the most 'metal' photo of me. (Me on the left, not the drunken idiot on the right, thats my friend Brian)

See not very metal at all.
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« Reply #148 on: 18 May 2008, 09:23 »

I might just switch my avatar back to a picture of me so people stop mistaking me for people who are ultimately far more awesome than I.

I wonder if anyone thought I looked like Bill Hicks when he was my avatar? *Ponders*
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