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June 11, 2007



Luverly post. Older is good. Nigeria was a tough call, now it's home. In that there London soon, any sign of 'The Tankard'?

Paul H. Colman

See you later Dan.

Ps. The Tankard is sitting next to my bed, I know I should do something with it, but I don't know what.

dan at innocent

It sounds to me like we should get it to Steve in Nigeria. It's what we said we'd do from the start, and we should just get it done.

Steve is here - mcdermottsteven at hotmail dot com

Paul H. Colman

Of course you're right Dan, I guess I just didn't want to let her go. But you can't hang onto the past - that way is the way to madness and bitterness.

Onwards and upwards, or westwards, and downwards.

Amelia Torode

Where are you from originally?

I am born in North London, albetit a posh bit, so I think that it will be hard for me to leave London, but saying that I want a large garden with conker trees, a local High Street and neighbours who say good morning to each other and look after each others keys

Who knows?

Anyway, good luck and see you at the Innocent Fete


dan at innocent

I was born in Leeds but moved to the country when I was young. I pretty much lived in the country until I left home and moved to those places where the streets are paved with gold and cigarette butts. I have lived in Milton Keynes, Cambridge, Waterloo [Belgium], Bangkok, Jakarta and London. Now it's time to get back to the meadows.

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