Guess you and I must be the longest survivors from those heady days when we all banked that misleading one and only, one off Aminex dividend. Have you kept those infamous Warrants or using them as Dart Boards I wonder ? Am I wrong but were we mainly posting our exchanges then mainly on iii ? Don't like looking at some of my old share buys all those years ago -some I seem to feel were in the 24p bracket ! Will they ever go north before they nail my lid down......
300mcf GAS condensate to be proved up. Lunch was lovely not a heavy drinker me just slow and solid started this morning 0600hrs large rum followed by glass of wine to get my blood tablets down; the full Monty with lunch bit of shopping on the way home now slurping large whisky, TO GET ME IN FORM FOR THE EVENING.
I am investing in a dialyses machine for the 10p party as I can see I am up against some heavyweights perhaps I will need to bring my nurse just in case!
Now come on LT, you know that's not exactly true. In fact, you and Crusty had asked me to look after our seats because if someone took them you wouldn't be able to stand for long at your age. I wouldn't mind but I was being extra considerate choosing seats close to the toilets as I knew you'd need to visit regularly, although I did find it slightly sinister when you both went together but hey ho. It's maybe something we need to consider for the 10p party, having a quiet corner with comfortable seating for the last of the summer wine boys. Don't worry though we will make sure you have plenty of jigsaws and crosswords as I believe it's important to keep your minds active. Although if he's not careful Webmoor is going to get himself demoted for being too positive; -)
I can imagine now the scene at the party - me saying "the drinks are on me" and Edgar interceding to say "No, old chap - it's my round" with gaslady putting in her three-halfpence "But I insist" and all the while TipTop keeping very quiet with one hand deep in his trouser pockets (where it will stay throughout the festivities fiddling with whatever he keeps down there!) and the other hand cradling the beer that someone - anyone - has just bought him!
By the by, a much younger chap than I challenged me to a pint-downing race the other day after I had already had my usual 8 or nine and despite my wife cautioning him against his folly insisted on the challenge being met.
A couple of seconds saw him off and the vomit-stained toilet pan he left in the gents told its own forlorn story about how he faced his personal Waterloo!!!!!
Napolean would have been very proud of my victory - remarkable man by the way!
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