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  • 3 years ago · Quote · #181

    AndyClifton

    Likhit1 wrote:

    Timbeau is the most off topic guy ever

    I resent that!

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #182

    timbeau

    Now that's what I call a coincidence!
     
    I suppose that being so labelled, at least it's still on topic. 

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #183

    timbeau

    So, Atomic_Rift, how's the Chess coming along?

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #184

    Assoluto

    If you enjoy listening to music. Here's some songs that can help you along the way.

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #185

    Atomic_Rift

    timbeau wrote:

    So, Atomic_Rift, how's the Chess coming along?

    Fine thanks. I'm a 1527 is tactics. :)

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #186

    timbeau

    Cool - its encouraging to know you're still getting into it!

    I see you're also a Beatles-affecionado. I actually saw them play, in Sydney, in 1964 (all these  years and thats the best I can come up with!) And I remember nothing at all, except screaming, stupid noise. Of course, in later years I came to prefer the Stones -and pretended I always had. It was the cooler by far! And the girls....

    It was about then I learnt chess. And also to swim properly, from the legendary coach Forbes Carlile(ask somone near-dead to explain. A Canadian ?... another Commonwealth member could well know! Or there's Google, I guess.)
    My brother it was taught who me chess.  He would beat me at Chess for decades but after a year: never again in the pool.

    I don't know which has given me more ...pleasure(if that's the word?) I think for viscreal pleasure, of course it's the water: especially the surf. Body-surfing is almost the best of any/everything!
    Chess is different:  Sublime - maybe that's the word? No. It can so approach the ...essence.
    And to keep On Topic...you keep it sharp with the Sport of Emporers, Atomic_Rift !
    Perhaps a game sometime...?

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #187

    AndyClifton

    timbeau wrote:


    I see you're also a Beatles-affecionado. I actually saw them play, in Sydney, in 1964...

    Wow! Laughing  Was that the tour with the fake Ringo (because the real one had the flu or something)?

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #188

    Atomic_Rift

    timbeau wrote:

    Cool - its encouraging to know you're still getting into it!

    I see you're also a Beatles-affecionado. I actually saw them play, in Sydney, in 1964 (all these  years and thats the best I can come up with!) And I remember nothing at all, except screaming, stupid noise. Of course, in later years I came to prefer the Stones -and pretended I always had. It was the cooler by far! And the girls....

    It was about then I learnt chess. And also to swim properly, from the legendary coach Forbes Carlile(ask somone near-dead to explain. A Canadian ?... another Commonwealth member could well know! Or there's Google, I guess.)
    My brother it was taught who me chess.  He would beat me at Chess for decades but after a year: never again in the pool.

    I don't know which has given me more ...pleasure(if that's the word?) I think for viscreal pleasure, of course it's the water: especially the surf. Body-surfing is almost the best of any/everything!
    Chess is different:  Sublime - maybe that's the word? No. It can so approach the ...essence.
    And to keep On Topic...you keep it sharp with the Sport of Emporers, Atomic_Rift !
    Perhaps a game sometime...?

    Oh yes! Chess is very fun! 

    Yeah! xD That's from my Dad. He loves them and now I'm getting into them. :)

    Cool, my Dad taught me chess, and he has taught me well but now I'm starting to overtake him.

    Haha. :D You're more daring then I am! I love staying inside with a chessboard and presumably a good chess player! ;)

    Sure! I'd like that! :)

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #189

    timbeau

    AndyClifton wrote:
    timbeau wrote:


    I see you're also a Beatles-affecionado. I actually saw them play, in Sydney, in 1964...

    Wow!   Was that the tour with the fake Ringo (because the real one had the flu or something)?

    According to my mum -I did mention the memory bit?- the luckiest 'drummer' in the world certainly was...performing.

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #190

    AndyClifton

    Wow...sounds like a bit of a sneer at Ringo there.

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #191

    timbeau

    Au contraire and not in the least, Andy. 
    Ringo has always been everyone's favourite fab-fourster. There was rhe John/Paul dichotomy and the George guitar-classic-frustrations but Ringo was just a good-time guy and everyone liked him. Sure he was no Ginger Baker but that was/is the secret to his continual 'nice-guy' image. There was never any doubt about Ringo... he was there for a good time and for a long time and he knew the gods had smiled and smiled and smiled upon him and he was going to return Their pleasure in spades!

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #192

    AndyClifton

    Although (interestingly enough) he was actually the first of them to "leave" the group...for a little while anyway.

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #193

    timbeau

    Ahhh.. "the first" Andy?
    The... first, eh.
    Is that a cryptic refernce to the bare-footed Paul on Let It Be's Zebra-crossing photo?
    Do you know something we don't?
    Speak! Damn your sweet mauve lips: Speak!
    Vee haff vayz off making ... bad Peter Sellers impersonations.
     
    I think I should go to bed now. 

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #194

    AndyClifton

    During the White Album sessions he left the proceedings due to all the rancour and turmoil (and stayed away for a couple of weeks).

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #195

    timbeau

    Ahhh, the WhiteAlbum...

    (excuse me for one moment!) 

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #196

    Atomic_Rift

    lol, hello Vince! ;)


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