A Conversation for Old Announcements: January - September 2011

Thursday 20 October 2011: Bug Fixing Update: you have your names back.

Post 141

Jackruss a Grand Master of Tea and Toast, Keeper of the comfy chair, who is spending a year dead for tax reasons! DNA!

smiley - bubblysmiley - ok


Thursday 20 October 2011: Bug Fixing Update: you have your names back.

Post 142

Effers;England.

>to all techies. smiley - applause Mrs Zen

Amen to that

And lovely to hear the the beeb techies are being so helpful...that brings a bit of smiley - cry


Thursday 20 October 2011: Bug Fixing Update: you have your names back.

Post 143

Asteroid Lil - Offstage Presence

Mrs. Zen, I am friends with you on several of your other personal spaces. But I got tired of chasing you. smiley - silly


Thursday 20 October 2011: Bug Fixing Update: you have your names back.

Post 144

Prof Animal Chaos.C.E.O..err! C.E.Idiot of H2G2 Fools Guild (Official).... A recipient of S.F.L and S.S.J.A.D.D...plus...S.N.A.F.U.

my congratulations TO everyone in nu hootoo backgroundsmiley - magicfor time and energy spent in bringing H2G2 back to firing on all cylinderssmiley - smiley


Thursday 20 October 2011: Bug Fixing Update: you have your names back.

Post 145

Z

Ditto. I gave up the online stalking a few years ago.


Thursday 20 October 2011: Bug Fixing Update: you have your names back.

Post 146

Nosebagbadger {Ace}

I hope our budget stretches to a curry night out for our gurus and eds after all the work is done


Thursday 20 October 2011: Bug Fixing Update: you have your names back.

Post 147

Z

We have a budget?


Thursday 20 October 2011: Bug Fixing Update: you have your names back.

Post 148

Pastey

Yeah, it's what I don't spend on beer smiley - winkeye

smiley - rose


Thursday 20 October 2011: Bug Fixing Update: you have your names back.

Post 149

Nosebagbadger {Ace}

Indeed the donation i gave while the negotiations with the beeb were going on came with the suggestion that it would supply one person with a good curry and a couple of beers smiley - biggrin


Thursday 20 October 2011: Bug Fixing Update: you have your names back.

Post 150

pauh, still writing

All this talk of curries is making me hungry. At the moment, I'm baking a loaf of marmalade cake. I can smell the aroma as I sit here writing.


Thursday 20 October 2011: Bug Fixing Update: you have your names back.

Post 151

Pastey

I'm visiting my parents for the night, later we shall be going out for curry. Mmmm

smiley - rose


Thursday 20 October 2011: Bug Fixing Update: you have your names back.

Post 152

pauh, still writing

Curries are always a good choice. I make them regularly. I also make couscous and tagines.


Thursday 20 October 2011: Bug Fixing Update: you have your names back.

Post 153

Nosebagbadger {Ace}

Bah couscous, whats a tagine?

I occasionaly make my own curries, but have relatives who are better, or i go for a km walk to my local curry


Thursday 20 October 2011: Bug Fixing Update: you have your names back.

Post 154

Mrs Zen

>> I am friends with you on several of your other personal spaces. But I got tired of chasing you.

I'm not *that* flighty!

smiley - blush

Well, maybe I am.

smiley - run


Thursday 20 October 2011: Bug Fixing Update: you have your names back.

Post 155

Nosebagbadger {Ace}

Having looked up what a tagine is, i would say that as a way of cooking meat, it looks really good, but the suggested vegtables and other ingrediants (excluding rice and other basics) sound complicated, if i could cut down many of the items given, it might be really good, in my POV


Thursday 20 October 2011: Bug Fixing Update: you have your names back.

Post 156

pauh, still writing

When couscous is made right, it is delectable. I still remember the first time I ever tasted it, at an Israeli restaurant in Brookline, Massachusetts. Nowadays, when I make couscous, I cook the topping with rice. Tagine can be used as a topping for couscous, or it can be served on its own.It takes it name from the cast-iron skillet it is cooked in. Moroccan food is heavenly. I hear that the people are extremely friendly. They certainly eat tasty food! smiley - ok


Thursday 20 October 2011: Bug Fixing Update: you have your names back.

Post 157

Nosebagbadger {Ace}

surely couscous with rice is defeating the point, (I will admit to start with i've not tried it), but i would think one rather than the other, though I freely admit this is per meal, rather than an overall view like marmite


Thursday 20 October 2011: Bug Fixing Update: you have your names back.

Post 158

pauh, still writing

There's no point to defeat. I'm looking for delicious food. If it tastes good, then it's not wrong. If I were a Moroccan housewife, and I was out of couscous, but there was some rice handy, I'm sure my family would understand.


Thursday 20 October 2011: Bug Fixing Update: you have your names back.

Post 159

Ancient Brit

Which has the most bugs, couscous or curry smiley - smiley
Most bugs can be cleared with a swill of good ale. smiley - ok


Thursday 20 October 2011: Bug Fixing Update: you have your names back.

Post 160

Nosebagbadger {Ace}

By that logic, ALL bugs can be dealt with a good tankard of ale...logic which i happen to agree with


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