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David Harman

Bourbon Review
Nicey replies: Yes the dumpy ones are wrong.

Matthew Lee

Bourbon Review
Nicey replies: Oh yes get the sugar back on there, then you can use them as little sanding blocks maybe to take the ragged edges of your Garibaldis.

Hoorah! for the removal of goose worms.

Greg Shailes
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Bourbon Review
Nicey replies: That sounds like a very sensible plan. I'm still scarred with the memories of of working at too many places where the computers were named after ancient gods. I think it was something that got drummed into Cambridge graduates years ago. It was a revelation when I found out computers didn't have to named Zeus, Mars etc.

I worked at a place a couple of years back where the computers were named after Aunties whose names began with the letter B, so we had Bertha, Betty, and Beryl.

Andrew Maddison
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Jim Manthorpe
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Bourbon Review
Nicey replies: Jim,

Thanks for those fantastic Bourbon calculations they are all valuable contributions to our understanding of biscuits and their spatial relationship to our Solar system.

I'm also pleased that you were surprised by my guilty ambivalence to the brown sandwich type biscuit, I hope it was a nice surprise.