Author Topic: The Bradbury Effect  (Read 3770 times)

rlocock

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Re: The Bradbury Effect
« Reply #15 on: 19:46:14, 04/08/10 »
Personally, I find her tiresome. She's very good at presenting herself and lets her ego overshadow her actual ability.
 

Very well put.
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Re: The Bradbury Effect
« Reply #16 on: 19:56:54, 04/08/10 »
the only place I ever hear about this lass is on this forum, where she turns up regularly like a fly on...er no like a bad penny  ;D ;D ;D
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Re: The Bradbury Effect
« Reply #17 on: 20:08:48, 04/08/10 »
for me, she spoils every programme she is in. it's supposed to be about the countryside, not about her. and no, i would not !

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Re: The Bradbury Effect
« Reply #18 on: 13:34:20, 05/08/10 »
Why would you want her stood on your head?  ;)

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Re: The Bradbury Effect
« Reply #19 on: 15:21:18, 05/08/10 »
She is a pretty, Intelegent young woman who happens to enjoy walking she is fine in my book.  ;)   
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Re: The Bradbury Effect
« Reply #20 on: 20:02:47, 05/08/10 »
She is a pretty, Intelegent young woman who happens to enjoy walking she is fine in my book.  ;)

Well said that man.  O0
 
Marks out of 10. I'd give her 1.  ;D
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Re: The Bradbury Effect
« Reply #21 on: 21:59:17, 05/08/10 »

 
Marks out of 10. I'd give her 1.  ;D

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Re: The Bradbury Effect
« Reply #22 on: 00:06:20, 06/08/10 »

So would I, but I'd be thinking of Kylie

But she'd be thinking of me.

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Re: The Bradbury Effect
« Reply #23 on: 00:07:15, 06/08/10 »
But she'd be thinking of me.

quality reply  ;D
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Re: The Bradbury Effect
« Reply #24 on: 00:09:44, 06/08/10 »

quality reply  ;D
But she'd be thinking of me.

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Re: The Bradbury Effect
« Reply #25 on: 00:32:26, 06/08/10 »
Kylie called me the other day. She said Angry I can't get you out of my head, put your hand on your heart and tell me is there still that je ne sais pas pourquai or have 2 hearts been broken by all the lovers.
 
I just said better the devil you know. Its no secret, especially for you. I really like a red blooded woman.     
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Re: The Bradbury Effect
« Reply #26 on: 01:16:39, 06/08/10 »

So would I, but I'd be thinking of Kylie

You old scoundrel - You told me you'd dumped Kylie for Beyonce!
 
Julia's alright, but she's beginning to look a leathery now.  I put the telly on the other day and thought it was Manolito from the High Chaperral - turned out to be Julia.  Come to that, Kylie's getting a bit "Pat Phoenix" these days.  You're best off with Beyonce.
 
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Re: The Bradbury Effect
« Reply #27 on: 11:32:56, 06/08/10 »

Or go earlier in the season. Dog and I went in June 2007 and did not experience any crowds.
LDPs certainly do improve the local economy. A farmer I spoke to on Hadrians wall reckoned he would have gone out of business if is was not for the LDP and the B+B and camping he could offer as a result.
Or get your maps out and devise your own routes...just as did AW...you'll have a better chance of avoiding the crowds that way.


I did enjoy seeing parts of the Cleveland Way route last night, from Mount Grace Priory to Bloworth Crossing, where it follows the same route as the C2C, as I have just recently walked the CW.

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Re: The Bradbury Effect
« Reply #28 on: 13:27:09, 06/08/10 »
I've got a bit of catching up to do, good job they are on the iplayer. Just watched the Lakes where she walks in the rain, very enjoyable programe, love the aerial pictures. I think it would be a briliant challenge to make your own route up, even more satisfying than following others.
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Re: The Bradbury Effect
« Reply #29 on: 18:49:53, 06/08/10 »
I've got a bit of catching up to do, good job they are on the iplayer. Just watched the Lakes where she walks in the rain, very enjoyable programe, love the aerial pictures. I think it would be a briliant challenge to make your own route up, even more satisfying than following others.
Ilona
just as an aside - son's partner is called Ilona - the only other time I've heard the name - so "Hello"