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Rob and the Fencing Gang

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i remember that guy...i bought him a packet of crisps once when i was working in the campus shop and he hadn't brought enough money! is he still around?
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i remember that guy...i bought him a packet of crisps once when i was working in the campus shop and he hadn't brought enough money! is he still around?


rob is an absolute legend! he's still around. he gets all the women you know! he has some killer dance floor moves, let me tell you!

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i remember that guy...i bought him a packet of crisps once when i was working in the campus shop and he hadn't brought enough money! is he still around?


Yes, I am. I remember you too . I'm usually at Indie or Rock nights. Last year at Essex now. I guess I owe you 26p for the crisps then?

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more like 40p! that's 2 soda water and limes...well, it was in my day anyway! i'm sure i'll be back at some stage (early january?) to visit the old place!

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more like 40p! that's 2 soda water and limes...well, it was in my day anyway! i'm sure i'll be back at some stage (early january?) to visit the old place!

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Cool, I'll look out for you. I thought you only drunk Newcastle Brown Ale up North?


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Cool, I'll look out for you. I thought you only drunk Newcastle Brown Ale up North?




on occasion...they have so many great real ales here which makes me very happy indeed! and old man pubs and shockingly cold weather!

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Cool, I'll look out for you. I thought you only drunk Newcastle Brown Ale up North?




on occasion...they have so many great real ales here which makes me very happy indeed! and old man pubs and shockingly cold weather!


"Old man pubs!" sounds a bit grown up for me. Well I haven't seen you about so I guess we wont have the pleasure anymore. Shame.

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Cool, I'll look out for you. I thought you only drunk Newcastle Brown Ale up North?




on occasion...they have so many great real ales here which makes me very happy indeed! and old man pubs and shockingly cold weather!


"Old man pubs!" sounds a bit grown up for me. Well I haven't seen you about so I guess we wont have the pleasure anymore. Shame.



why? have you left colchester then? no...essays got on top of me and general long periods of procrastination meant that i'm still trying to get coursework handed in as well as preparing therapy resources for literacy clinic so easter might be my soonest possible gettaway in terms of visiting people (at least in the south of england)!

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Cool, I'll look out for you. I thought you only drunk Newcastle Brown Ale up North?




on occasion...they have so many great real ales here which makes me very happy indeed! and old man pubs and shockingly cold weather!


"Old man pubs!" sounds a bit grown up for me. Well I haven't seen you about so I guess we wont have the pleasure anymore. Shame.



why? have you left colchester then? no...essays got on top of me and general long periods of procrastination meant that i'm still trying to get coursework handed in as well as preparing therapy resources for literacy clinic so easter might be my soonest possible gettaway in terms of visiting people (at least in the south of england)!


I'm still here until August probably. Discord is pretty good still and Tuesdays are fun. What do you do then? "preparing therapy resources for literacy clinic" sounds interesting. Tell me about procrastination, that's my middle name. Well us southerners will look forward to your visit.

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Cool, I'll look out for you. I thought you only drunk Newcastle Brown Ale up North?




on occasion...they have so many great real ales here which makes me very happy indeed! and old man pubs and shockingly cold weather!


"Old man pubs!" sounds a bit grown up for me. Well I haven't seen you about so I guess we wont have the pleasure anymore. Shame.



why? have you left colchester then? no...essays got on top of me and general long periods of procrastination meant that i'm still trying to get coursework handed in as well as preparing therapy resources for literacy clinic so easter might be my soonest possible gettaway in terms of visiting people (at least in the south of england)!



With strangely large text, how odd is that ????

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quite.

yeah...doing an msc in language pathology (basically speech and language therapy with a fancy name)...lots of hands-on work. last term i gave therapy to 3 clients who had had strokes/brain injuries and this term working with an 8 1/2 year old girl on spelling strategies, phonological awareness etc. but obviously lots of other lectures thrown in around that. this is turning into a very odd conversation being publicly broadcast to anyone who happens to look at your photo and reads on! what u2us were really intended for! but then it makes the whole sordid affair seem somehow more sinister!!!

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quite.

yeah...doing an msc in language pathology (basically speech and language therapy with a fancy name)...lots of hands-on work. last term i gave therapy to 3 clients who had had strokes/brain injuries and this term working with an 8 1/2 year old girl on spelling strategies, phonological awareness etc. but obviously lots of other lectures thrown in around that. this is turning into a very odd conversation being publicly broadcast to anyone who happens to look at your photo and reads on! what u2us were really intended for! but then it makes the whole sordid affair seem somehow more sinister!!!



Indeed.

How exciting. Shall we continue to do this in front of everybody or do you think we should get a room? Seriously, I'm researching a similar area to your own studies. Pragmatic language skills of children, 7-12s. I have trouble understanding Essex children. It's not an accent as such more a semi-cockney twang and those from Norwich sound like they are from Cornwall! Anyway... nice to see you are using your intelligence and presumably also your humour.

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ah good old pragmatics...where would be without it! quite likely autistic i suppose, well, with regards to non-literal language; idioms and the like. theory of mind is a fascinating subject. are you focusing on a specific area - style, register...?

i've been mingling with rock stars of late but am still knackered after flying home last week for my grandad's funeral...lots of general emotional exhaustion as well as the physical variety from not being sensible enough to have a couple of early nights when i got back to newcastle again. tonight is the night though. i'm aiming for a 10.30 retirement or maybe earlier with a good book and a hot water bottle. i hope the snow clears up soon...the ankles of my trousers have been very soggy of late.

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