Hi guys. Had the pleasure of meeting up with a collection of wirral sounders on sunday. Was supposed to be a quite early afternoon couple of tipples. Ye right! 10 hours later i arrived home conciderably worse for wear. Payed for it the next day but was great to meet fellow sounders for the 1st time. I hope you guys enjoy yourselves as much as we did.
Hey Lossgain, I distinctly remember meeting you at the Shard Event shortly after I finished my investor talk. It was really good to meet up......even in my post talk nervous state. If it wasn't for my very good friends Appiamma & Largerkhan meeting me earlier for a 'brunch' drink I might have been less receptive.....
Re your thoughts on the 'windup'........I agree it was. I was ambushed by a character using an alias with an agenda.......that's all I am saying on the subject. Apart from that it did amuse me. I am the least likely to argue with anyone - I have nothing to prove, no argument to make, no extraneous cash & no flash cars........................
lossgain - you're still on the bb :) Did you hear about the Norfolk meeting of Sound Investors ? March 4th, 7:30pm @ The Ox and Plough, Old Buckenham, Norfolk (on the village green) Please reply if you can make it, with numbers coming, as Ed has said he can lay on a buffet, if he knows how many for.
Makes a change from last weeks T8 chat volume, good old Crude to the rescue with last nights south downs documentary. thought the blokes accent was hard to make out though. very nice countryside but needs a good fracking rig and a few wind turbines. My view in Norfolk is marred by dozens of turbines and solar panel fields. thought the whole exel comment was a windup, as I have met the great Crude he must have been a bit taken aback at mistaken identity. not many of us live near or rub shoulders with Mr Parsons on a regular basis. His success and expertise has ramped up my Sound stock by 500% to date. makes a change from declaring losses to my accountant.
Cheers Crude, we certainly will, whatever the weather throws at us we will be out with the dogs doing some great walks, alas both families kids are all grown up now, so we have to make do with ourselves the dogs and the pub !! Can't be all bad then !
Crude - that would be brilliant; look forward to it. From the hills here, can look out across the Weald and eastwards see the Gatwick Gusher. I've told my neighbours I'm digging a big pond in my garden this Spring - but guess what... Could this even be Sound3?
All this talk of the downs brings back happy memories, have visited often over the years, stayed with a mate who has a bungalow on harbour road Pagham, very quiet now that the council car park is closed due to private road issues. Have done a lot of cycling and walking with kids as they grew up over the years....happy times .....thanks chaps
Murphster.......traveling to Lynton Devon tomorrow to visit another friend, another beautiful place with great walks for us and the dogs, oh and don't forget the pubs !!
MC, Guildford or Forrest Green shouldn't be a problem for me - date permitting. I remember a couple of years ago James coming down to a Pub right next to Blackdown Heath (https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/black-down) for a lunchtime drink & meal with me. He asked me to pick a venue & I chose a Pub in the shadow of Blackdown - the highest point in Sussex & on a sandstone outcrop.......much like the sandstone outcrops in Morocco, only with vegetation & trees. Funny enough around the Fernhurst area there are hydrocarbons galore & much resentment about future drilling prospects - especially fwacking! The Vale of Fernhurst is sublime and was such a good choice of venue for that meal. Forrest Green &b Leith Hill are just to the North & are part of the same sublime sandstone hills that adorn north Sussex.........heaven!
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