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kingkenny
-25th June 2004, 14:45
Its my holiday again so I wont be able to help anyone for a week so please ask gav or wait till I come back.

PS I am going to spain if anyone was intersted.
:cool:

Australian
-25th June 2004, 14:48
while the cat is away, the mice will play!

kingkenny
-25th June 2004, 14:58
Not if big bad gav the crazy mouse killer is about!!! :mad:

Prometheus
-25th June 2004, 15:31
What's this 1 day on - three hundred and sixty four off???

bufc99
-25th June 2004, 18:41
it would appear so, where to this time KK?

uk_45
-25th June 2004, 18:50
Originally posted by Kingkenny
PS I am going to spain if anyone was intersted.
:cool:

how come you get a bigger avarter than us KK, trying to annoy goodbadandme are you?

bufc99
-25th June 2004, 19:23
Yeah well I'm half-asleep at the moment. Never mind, I might be more awake in a couple of days once I've finished moving house again. Damn student tenancies only lasting for one year. That and the landlords need to be shot.

kingkenny
-5th July 2004, 12:43
I went to Spain but I am back now. I had a very nice time.
I fear some have you may have over looked one of the most importand days in the year and one of the greatest days to happen to this wonderfull world. I am of course talking about my day of birth July the second of July. I have recived no forum good will messages so I will be increasing my Avatar size by a pixel a day untill it covers the whole screen! Ha hahahahaha the power the power.
Anyway enough ranting.
Some people did not recive my wonderfull news letter so you can see it here:

http://www.leonpaul.com/news/big_news_story/news_letter_poz2.htm

Steve
-5th July 2004, 13:10
Welcome back:grin:

Steve
-5th July 2004, 13:19
By the way, there's a mistake on the newsletter:
One of the headings is - "New See through Foil and Sabre Pads" when it's actually supposed to be "New See through Foil and Epee Pads"... it's just a little thing, but I like annoying poeple with stuff like that!:tongue:

Insipiens
-5th July 2004, 13:22
Where can I get a new see-through foil?

How hard would that be to parry?
:tongue: ;)

kingkenny
-5th July 2004, 13:44
Got I hate word it always corrects sabre to saber as I think it uses US English.(if there is such a thing)

uk_45
-5th July 2004, 13:46
And you ain't on the forum birthday list so how would we have known (well wingnut could have said) Happy birthday and all the best any way!

gbm
-5th July 2004, 13:59
Yes, happy birthday.
:mexwave:
:mexwave:

wingnutLP
-5th July 2004, 14:01
I was on holiday with him!

gbm
-5th July 2004, 14:04
And you never told us :o:

gbm
-5th July 2004, 14:08
While you are here, may I point out that Kingkenny's newsletter http://www.leonpaul.com/news/big_news_story/news_letter_poz2.htm says that there will be new T-shirts. I hope that there will be some ones with pictures of fencing on, and not just LP merchandise?
And how about a forum T-shirt while you are at it? :grin:

gbm
-5th July 2004, 14:13
Oh yes, and find the spelling mistake on this page: http://www.leonpaul.com/home/factory_tour.htm

uk_45
-5th July 2004, 14:16
"guaranteing"

gbm
-5th July 2004, 14:20
OK, the OTHER spelling mistake.

Steve
-5th July 2004, 14:21
Our latest "independant" FIE test results

uk_45
-5th July 2004, 14:23
ok in this (http://www.leonpaul.com/images/home/factory/sword.jpg) picture there is a gold sabre guard are these avalible to buy

gbm
-5th July 2004, 14:26
OK the OTHER OTHER spelling mistake

Steve
-5th July 2004, 14:36
Didn't see any OTHER OTHER one... unless you're counting celsius spelt without a capital C... but that's just taking the piss:tongue:

kingkenny
-5th July 2004, 14:42
Ok dont care about spellings the gold guards we dont sell officially but we do have some in stock.

Steve
-5th July 2004, 14:45
:eek: How much!?!?

gbm
-5th July 2004, 21:15
"Much of the machinery was designed and built by Barry Paul and our blade plant manager Peter Thorning and is totally unique to Len Paul."

Australian
-5th July 2004, 21:44
bounce bounce bounce

rabbit go bounce

bounce bounce bounce

uk_45
-5th July 2004, 21:49
You feeling ok dave?

gbm
-5th July 2004, 22:11
Arrghh!
He's possessed - by Neo!!

PM1
-5th July 2004, 22:14
..perhaps he's feeling a little better now??

happy belateds, KK - see you at the w/e

gbm
-5th July 2004, 22:15
And surely it's a bouncing kangaroo (your avatar, that is)?

bufc99
-5th July 2004, 22:19
Happy Birthday King K and when my credit card is feeling a little healthier, it might pay you a visit, but not for a couple of months yet I'm afraid.

pinkelephant
-6th July 2004, 15:37
Originally posted by Kingkenny
Got I hate word it always corrects sabre to saber as I think it uses US English.(if there is such a thing)

Not if you change the language setting to UK English.

kingkenny
-6th July 2004, 15:42
It keeps changing it back to US.

pinkelephant
-6th July 2004, 15:46
Then speak to it severely.

Any techies on here help with this one?

gbm
-6th July 2004, 19:12
If it's Word, look around for the option to turn off automatically-working-out-what-the-language-of-the-text-you-just-copied-into-it-is, if it really exists, and I'm not just imagining it.

Rdb811
-6th July 2004, 19:26
It's ages since I've had this problem an can't remember the fix:

You want this Microsoft Office Language Settings. = on the programs/office tools
if word 2000 - it's changesd from the earlier versions when it was on the tools menu. (I've being using Word for so long that it was a MAc only program when I first used i).

uk_45
-6th July 2004, 21:44
Quick and easy way add the real spelling of sabre to the dictionary