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On The Subject of Conventions...

Postby hantsbear » Tue Sep 02, 2003 5:50 pm

...the "Trial of an Alternative Timelord" at the last Leisure Hive (1989??), when a tape of Mistress Jean Riddler, spinster of the parish of Thamesmead, impersonating Bonnie Langford was played. Said Mistress Riddler was seen sliding neatly to the floor in an elegant movement of pure embarracement. We won't mention hantsbear's taste in Hawaiian Shirts.

...the first Carousel, where hantsbear was mistaken for a member of "Anthrax", playing in the same town...

...the second Carousel, where the committee were looking out from the hospitality room at a rainbow over Brain's Brewery, and Jaqueline Pearce slipped elegantly up to Mitch, put an elegant arm around his shoulder and uttered the words "Kevan, darling, you arranged all this for meee?" Poor love hasn't been the same since.

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Postby macfadyan » Wed Sep 03, 2003 11:41 pm

...the "Trial of an Alternative Timelord" at the last Leisure Hive (1989??), when a tape of Mistress Jean Riddler, spinster of the parish of Thamesmead, impersonating Bonnie Langford was played. Said Mistress Riddler was seen sliding neatly to the floor in an elegant movement of pure embarracement. We won't mention hantsbear's taste in Hawaiian Shirts.




It should be noted that The Dunn has all this on video tape (note to Adam - video tape was an early way of recording either television programmes or events.....)

I believe he is open to bribary.....
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Postby hantsbear » Thu Sep 04, 2003 7:12 pm

Unfortunately, this bear is immune to bribary because he is:-

1. A raving pooftah who will have a poke at anything with facial hair.
2. Got his own copy of said video, which he gleefully shows to alland sundry with the caveat that "I've had the treatment and they let me out with time off for good behaviour"!!

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Postby Havoc » Thu Sep 04, 2003 9:26 pm

Whatever happened to Carousel 91, that's what I want to know.

Or Jean Riddler, for that matter.

Is it true she defected to The Who Shop?

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Postby macfadyan » Fri Sep 05, 2003 12:53 am

Jeannie is alive and well - it was never prooved!

As for the Who Shop...well.....yes, what about them? LOLOL


I have a feeling I shall be babbling about some more convention embarresements shortly.......however, before then I intend to just have a general rant.....I'm a happy chappy really, honest.....
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Postby hantsbear » Fri Sep 05, 2003 3:58 pm

Ah yes, the "Who Shop". Still alive and kicking as far as I'm aware, despite attempts to push it off a railway bridge into the path of a District Line train...

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The Who Shop

Postby tallorder » Fri Nov 21, 2003 7:41 pm

Yes and they've managed on-line ads all over the Radio Times Who mini-site. Shudder.
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