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PostPosted: Wed Dec 22, 2010 11:09 am 
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Obviously trading in the wrong sort of commodities. There must be an unwritten heirarchy of priorities. I ordered a woolly jumper on Sunday and it arrived yesterday on Tuesday.
Perhaps the next issue could be subtitled woolly jumper ? :roll:

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Paul Woodward wrote:
There must be an unwritten heirarchy of priorities. I ordered a woolly jumper on Sunday and it arrived yesterday on Tuesday.


Those 'Home Delivery Network' vans are the fastest distributors...
I ordered an electric fan heater on Monday at lunchtime, and it was delivered this morning!
:o :D
Yet I'm still waiting for books & DVDs that were ordered last week.
:roll: :?

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BS 20 was in the local newsagents today. That's abnormally fast compared with the last few issues.


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Andy has a new distributor. Some guy in a red suit with reindeers offered him a deal that was too good to refuse.

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Tony wrote:
Paul Woodward wrote:
There must be an unwritten heirarchy of priorities. I ordered a woolly jumper on Sunday and it arrived yesterday on Tuesday.


Those 'Home Delivery Network' vans are the fastest distributors...
I ordered an electric fan heater on Monday at lunchtime, and it was delivered this morning!
:o :D
Yet I'm still waiting for books & DVDs that were ordered last week.
:roll: :?


Home Delivery Network is good, unless you miss the delivery. Their depots are always miles out of the the way.

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I don't think I'm on the Home Delivery Scheme unless its the postman who throws everything in the porch (which I am not complaining about really because its better than throwing it onto the drive). And if it has to be signed for he 'll sign himself, or he's written the non-delivery notice before he gets out of his van.

Before the delivery service went pearshaped with postmen who must run at 4 miles per hour we had a lovely lady postlady who would wait patiently with anything that needed a signature or would not fit through the letterbox and enquire about your health. Black Static could arrive anytime in her hands, 'That's a nice colourful package for you today, isn't it?' :wink:

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I've started my Black Static #20 RTR and immediately been sick.
http://nullimmortalis.wordpress.com/201 ... static-20/

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I've started my Black Static #20 RTR and immediately been sick.
http://nullimmortalis.wordpress.com/201 ... static-20/


I think I have invented a new phrase for the sort of fiction genre represented by the Meloy and Pinborough story.
A Götterdämmerung of Guts.

Or gutterdammerung?

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Latest news from SW France: BS 20 arrived in the letter box today.

Perfect condition - no marks, no creases and no snow flakes.


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Woke up this morning to find the snow nearly all gone and BS#20 lying in the hallway. Yay!

On the other hand slightly perturbed that, although I live only up the road from TTA Towers, Dennis in France got his on the same day and Des, over in the coastal fastness of Clacton appears to have had it for nearly a week.

Where's the logic, people? Where's the logic?

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France gets theirs before me on the south coast? Still waiting... :cry:


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No copy as yet received here in chilly Wiltshire. The Fortean Times will have to suffice in the interim.


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Received mine this morning - absolutely over the moon to have a review in there. Thanks, Pete!

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Yep, got mine now as well, and very nice it looks too.


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absolutely over the moon to have a review in there. Thanks, Pete!


You're welcome, and you're there on merit.

And Ray, just noticed on the BS Story Acceptances part of the website, you have another story waiting in the wings, so congratulations.

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