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2:06. Congratulations to the Springboks, the new World Cup holders.
21/Oct/07 6:45 AM
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Well done South Africa! The Springboks are the champs!
21/Oct/07 6:50 AM
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Congratulations South Africa!
The Springboks
21/Oct/07 7:04 AM
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My dearest Sudoku friends, I'm just here for one minute!! SA SPRINGBOKS ARE THE WORLD CHAMPIONS!!! OUR GREEN BLOOD IS PUMPINGx!!!!!!!!!!!!!! CHEERS TO YOU ALL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
21/Oct/07 7:32 AM
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Enjoy the celebration, Helena!
21/Oct/07 7:41 AM
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CG - I'm curious, since you are five hours from Toronto, by any chance do you live anywhere near the Inn at Manitou? I had the pleasure of spending a week there several years ago enrolled in their super tennis program. I flew into Toronto and rented a car to drive north, but I don't remember how many hours the drive was.
21/Oct/07 8:17 AM
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Congratulations, Springboks!
21/Oct/07 8:17 AM
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21/Oct/07 8:32 AM
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Helena - yeah!!
It must be a slow day in sudokuland - not many visits.
21/Oct/07 8:45 AM
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2.04 interesting photo
congratulations to the Springboks
21/Oct/07 8:49 AM
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Good morning. Congratulations to South Africa!!!
21/Oct/07 8:50 AM
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3:23 Thank god the Springboks won. I couldn't watch the game (apart from the fact that I was asleep!) as I was too frightened that England would do another of their pull the rabbit out of the hat things and kick themselves a Web Ellis victory.
21/Oct/07 8:53 AM
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hope you enjoy your get together today
21/Oct/07 8:54 AM
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Although I don't follow Rugby at all, in the rather mean spirit of ABE (anyone but England) I have to congratulate SA.
21/Oct/07 8:54 AM
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Kate (Sydney Lane Cove)
wishing you a very happy birthday
21/Oct/07 8:59 AM
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Well done South Africa on your World Cup Rugby win!

to Kate from Sydney. Have a wonderful day.
21/Oct/07 9:19 AM
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hey Anne, have a lovely day in the Stirlings
21/Oct/07 9:35 AM
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Thanks Mary, the weather doesn't look too promising but I've had the forecast e'mailed to me from the other side of the world to say that it's only early morning showers here in Albany! I'm going regardless, I hope the others join me, which I'm sure they will.
You have a lovely day, too, More...
21/Oct/07 9:45 AM
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Helena, it would never have happened if I hadn't a firm grip on my thumbs. I'm letting go now. If anything bad happens anywhere in the next few minutes, I don't want to hear about it.
21/Oct/07 9:47 AM
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Jane: The Inn of Manitou is in the Muskoka region in Central Ontario, probably a 2 and i/2 hour drive north of Toronto. To get there by the most direct route from Ottawa (on two-lane highways), it would be about a 6 hour drive going through Algonquin Park.
21/Oct/07 9:50 AM
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P.S. Jane - Ottawa is in north-east Ontario on the border of the province of Quebec.
21/Oct/07 9:52 AM
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Happy Sudoku meet in Sydney - have fun!

Mo - many thanks for your response re UHT etc...

and congratulations to SA on their win over the poms...commiserations Mo, however, you can take some solace from the all England triumph at the 2007 World Conker Championships! Ady Hurrell More...
21/Oct/07 9:52 AM
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ooops - Kate/Sydney - have a wonderful day!

Anne - enjoy your walk - slip slop slap and keep hydrated...x
21/Oct/07 9:57 AM
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Hello Billy - I used to love playing conkers when I was a kid in England, great fun!
21/Oct/07 10:01 AM
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Billy, Anne..pease tellme what conkers isand how is it played?
Happy Birthday to any and all that I may have missed recently...I'm not really late...just streaching out the fun of gettig birthday wishes... More...
21/Oct/07 10:11 AM
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Hey Anne - great game - loved the 'nut' itself, but if you go to the home page there's a pic of a guy with the most enormous conker!!http://www.worldconkerchampionships.com/html/about_conkers.html
21/Oct/07 10:12 AM
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Congratulations to SA on their World Cup Rugby win! Helena...have fun celebrating the victory.
21/Oct/07 10:15 AM
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Mama - i was going to post some of the content of the homepage but so much of it is actually quite interesting so it's prob best visited, but here's a sampling: "Obli, obli, onker, my first conker" and World Conker Champion Charlie Bray who says, “There are many underhanded ways of making More...
21/Oct/07 10:15 AM
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hey, I haven't had my cornflakes yet
21/Oct/07 10:21 AM
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Thanks Billy...I did check it out after I asked...I had heard of it by another name...and I'd just have to use the softer one....lol! Good luck all season. You are so right it doesn't lend itself to a clearexplanation on this site!
21/Oct/07 10:26 AM
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21/Oct/07 10:56 AM
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Billy: I will be waiting with anticipation for the next live broadcast of Conkers. I'm sure the broadcasters have fascinating tales to tell about various nuts.
21/Oct/07 11:02 AM
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I wish I had got on earlier. Just wanted to wish the Sydneysiders a great meet.
Kate(Lane Cove), a very to you. Have a good day.

to all.
21/Oct/07 11:27 AM
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Greg I'm a bit perturbed by the Players’ Rules of Engagement for the Noble Game of Conkers as it does not state how big the nut can be...surely size matters? I reckon it would be a great spectator sport...

anyhoo if nothing else, it's good to know that "Conkers have been carried in the pocket to help prevent piles and rheumatism, and used in wardrobes to keep away moths..."
21/Oct/07 11:28 AM
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2.40 Incredible
21/Oct/07 11:35 AM
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i thought so too Gail...

now where was I? Oh yes...only one not born of woman can conquer Macbeth...

toodles x
21/Oct/07 11:37 AM
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~~~~~~~~~~~~I hope you have a wonderful day!~~~~~~~~~~
21/Oct/07 11:39 AM
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I have just taken a few thousand conkers up to my debris dumping ground. The tree itself is quite dirty, sticky brown caps, followed by dropping petals, followed by unripened chestnuts, then the nuts, casings & stems, and finally, leaves. Late fall is a hard-hat time.
21/Oct/07 11:48 AM
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I just read that conkers are the nuts of a Horse chestnut tree and that children would tie them to string and swing them in order to break the nut of another child who is trying to do the same. Is that true in your part of the world? Or does it mean something else?
21/Oct/07 12:31 PM
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I thought 'conkers' were 'big noses'
21/Oct/07 12:39 PM
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