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davieddy 2013-02-20 15:32

Connections on this forum
 
I am about the same age as Richard (Cheesehead) and went to the same college as Paul (Xilman).

Similar welcome!

David

bearnol 2013-02-20 17:08

You (davieddy) were my old A-level physics teacher! [we have since then briefly spoken by PM].
Though since I gather you're a dark-bluer, you're of course a sworn enemy of a light-bluer like me (and fivemack?) !!! :)

davieddy 2013-02-20 18:59

[QUOTE=bearnol;330201]You (davieddy) were my old A-level physics teacher! [we have since then briefly spoken by PM].
Though since I gather you're a dark-bluer, you're of course a sworn enemy of a light-bluer like me (and fivemack?) !!! :)[/QUOTE]

Less of the old bit, please:smile:
And I went to Cambridge as well.

PLEASE PM me with your identity.
Did I succeed in teaching you any physics?

Doc

davieddy 2013-02-21 01:58

OK. Is B Ealobe some sensible decoding?
(Shut that bazouli plater up.)

LaurV 2013-02-21 07:30

You (davieddy) have some connections with Chris Tucker too, I believe, as your previous post is an acrostic reading "LAPD".

Dubslow 2013-02-21 07:47

Do we have a well defined Riemannian metric?

(More or less seriously, I go now to where Chuck once did, or so I believe; clocker and I are roughly the same age.)

bearnol 2013-02-21 08:33

[QUOTE=davieddy;330220]Less of the old bit, please:smile:
And I went to Cambridge as well.

PLEASE PM me with your identity.
Did I succeed in teaching you any physics?

Doc[/QUOTE]

'Tis I, James Wanless (now 45)

davieddy 2013-02-21 10:55

[QUOTE=bearnol;330304]'Tis I, James Wanless (now 45)[/QUOTE]
:smile::smile::smile:

As Katherine Ross says to Robert Redford in Butch Cassidy:

"What kept you so long?"

xxx

bearnol 2013-02-21 15:05

You're still as incorrigible as ever, I see! :)

bearnol 2013-02-21 15:20

[QUOTE=bearnol;330326]You're still as incorrigible as ever, I see! :)[/QUOTE]

Seriously, tho, you just might be the right person to ask:
I've just kegged my first home brew - from a St. Peter's Ruby Red kit.
I was a little concerned because the bubbler never fully bubbled during the first fermentation, which otherwise apparently went well for about a week...
Several people on the web said this wasn't that uncommon due to the bucket leaking, and shouldn't be a problem. Our bucket is possibly a little (visibly) damaged on the lip.
Any advice?
J

davieddy 2013-02-21 22:37

[QUOTE=bearnol;330327]
I've just kegged my first home brew/QUOTE]
I don't think I had you marked down as a slow starter.
[QUOTE=bearnol;330326]You're still as incorrigible as ever, I see! :)[/QUOTE]
[url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0DJ8hWgNes]Too late to stop now[/url]


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