Weekend social 04/11/2011

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Christmas truce 1914Weekend social is for non political chat. What’s on for the weekend, gigs, film or book reviews, sports, or whatever.

No politics, no aggro, why can’t we all just get along?

9 comments on “Weekend social 04/11/2011”

  1. Ianupnorth 1

    Kids sports…..
    Water Polo
    Water Polo
    Then I might get to have a play on my bike!

  2. Gardening, gardening and more gardening. Have sadly neglected my garden over the winter and now the weeds are taking over. Thinking lots of fragrant flowers this year like Marigolds and Lavender for the boarders. I like my gardens to be low maintenance 🙂

  3. Leopold 3

    I hope your boarders enjoy them, and you’re not charging extra! Finally getting round to putting out tomatoes and contemplating a field drain through the lawn to the creek. And sweeping up tui and wood pigeon leavings from their kowhai feast…

  4. randal 4

    got a neato elmore james cd. above average with nice horn sections anda cool 3:30 instrumental in E that you can put on repeat and play along to for hours.

    • mik e 4.1

      Ytb8ting , golfing and gardening

      • vto 4.1.1

        where b8 mr mik? Been bumpa in deep sw this season

        Moi for urban wilds this weekend. Been a tough week so feel like smashing something big, like a building……….

  5. r0b 5

    At this rate I’ll be spending the weekend at home in front of the fire!

  6. felix 6

    Tidying up stuff from around what is theoretically the lawn. Arranging some music and sound fx for a play. Getting drunk and arguing on the internet. Taking things to the tip and exchanging them for other things from the tip.

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