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Something in common with Mr Stone :)

Post by Kevanf1 » Wed Dec 04, 2013 3:39 pm

Just browsing for Xmas presents for my wife I happen to have 'Total Fishing' on the tv in the background. I know... Matt Hayes irritates me but he is a good angler. Anyway, they had a piece on Peter Stone fishing for tench in an old estate lake. It turns out that old Peter hates fishing in the rain :) Something he has in common with me.

You're all so pleased that I told you that, aren't you :Scared:

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Re: Something in common with Mr Stone :)

Post by Kevanf1 » Wed Dec 04, 2013 6:33 pm

Firebird wrote:Total fishing - to be enunciated in the manner of Alan Partridge.
? I only have a very scant knowledge of this 'Alan Partridge' but I take it he's a comedian? I'm not one for comedy as I don't tend to get jokes until a day later... Total Fishing, though, is certainly not something I usually watch or even have on in the background. It was purely because Peter Stone was mentioned beforehand :Hat:
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Re: Something in common with Mr Stone :)

Post by Mark » Wed Dec 04, 2013 6:43 pm

Have a look at this, at 6.25 minutes Peter make an appearance.

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Re: Something in common with Mr Stone :)

Post by Kevanf1 » Wed Dec 04, 2013 7:18 pm

:Ok:
Currently reading......Go Fishing For Bass and Go Fishing For Skate and Rays both by Graeme Pullen, The Kill Switch by James Rollins, Raspberry Pi Manual - Haynes, 'Make: Electronics by Charles Platt' & the 'Myford series 7 manual by Ian Bradley'

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