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Jac

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Re: Walking Solo
« Reply #90 on: 15:54:55, 17/01/20 »
I think....
At least I think it existed..............not sure about the bits of the prog I didnt see....
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Ah but if you think then you am

Perhaps the cat was not a thinker among cats
So many paths, so little time

ninthace

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Re: Walking Solo
« Reply #91 on: 15:58:25, 17/01/20 »
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Ah but if you think then you am

I think you are putting Descartes before de horse.
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myxpyr

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Re: Walking Solo
« Reply #92 on: 16:25:37, 17/01/20 »
Are we all going to disappear into a black hole? :'(

ninthace

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Re: Walking Solo
« Reply #93 on: 17:24:28, 17/01/20 »
Are we all going to disappear into a black hole? :'(
I don't think such an event is on the horizon.  ;)
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jimbob

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Re: Walking Solo
« Reply #94 on: 17:55:01, 17/01/20 »
There is a theory that string can save you.
Too little, too late, too bad......

ninthace

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Re: Walking Solo
« Reply #95 on: 17:58:02, 17/01/20 »
There is a theory that string can save you.
It's ok if you like spaghetti.  I'll be alright - I'm a Pastafarian.
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jimbob

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Re: Walking Solo
« Reply #96 on: 18:02:13, 17/01/20 »
The Cluster Decomposition Theorem could explain how a group of walkers separate and become solo walkers. Personally I prefer Toblerone, fresh.
Too little, too late, too bad......

Bigfoot_Mike

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Re: Walking Solo
« Reply #97 on: 18:52:10, 17/01/20 »
[size=78%] Now if I can just disentangle it.[/size]
Did you record it on VHS, or even a reel to reel tape recorder?

Owen

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Re: Walking Solo
« Reply #98 on: 19:25:55, 17/01/20 »
Have you lot been at the winegums again??

pleb

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Re: Walking Solo
« Reply #99 on: 12:09:26, 18/01/20 »
Can you see any winegums?
We're all doomed! DOOOMED I SAY!

Owen

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Re: Walking Solo
« Reply #100 on: 12:54:06, 18/01/20 »
Can you see any winegums?


No, you've had them all.

ninthace

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Re: Walking Solo
« Reply #101 on: 13:16:26, 18/01/20 »
These are not the winegums you are looking for.  Use the Force pleb
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Yorci

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Re: Walking Solo
« Reply #102 on: 20:28:11, 25/01/20 »
 Another solo walker here, like many others here, I'm not anti-social or anything, nor am I lonely or a loner, and I'm not against walking with others. I will strike up random conversation with people I pass, and can sometimes be a bit of a natter box, so I apologise now for your sanity, if we bump in to each other, ha ha! ;D I find I'm a solo walker by circumstance rather than choice, none of my mates go hiking or camping, plus a majority of my mates are spread all over the UK, so getting together is a bit awkward. :( Plus Iím a shift worker so I work most weekends and bank holidays. This brings the advantage of missing the crowds on popular walks. Walking alone is not ideal, but I have found a sense of freedom of being solo. I have become use to it and quite enjoy it. I can go where and when, and take breaks when I want, at whatever pace I want.
 
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sussamb

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Re: Walking Solo
« Reply #103 on: 21:34:55, 25/01/20 »
I can sing when I walk solo, wouldn't do so in company or I'd be walking solo again  ;D
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