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    A friend of ours, Barbara Hastings, was recently mentioned in a Daily Telegraph article on caching. Not a bad article this one. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/active/83...sure-hunt.html

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    Good article Daryl, thanks for posting it:socool:

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    Shhhhhhh!!! It mentions a pub.....

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    <quote> we looking for?”
    “The year that Charles I stayed in The King’s Head.”
    That won't be allowed any more as it mentions a Pub!!

    Should now be:
    The year that Charles I stayed in a building with a name that is about the extreme top of a monarchs body h34r:

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    I think the regicide cured the problem of it being at the top of his body!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mongoose39uk View Post
    I think the regicide cured the problem of it being at the top of his body!
    For those that ar not in the know, "Charles I House of Stuart 19 November 1600 1625–1649 30 January 1649 Found guilty of high treason by 59 commissioners and was beheaded"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boltonian View Post
    For those that ar not in the know, "Charles I House of Stuart 19 November 1600 1625–1649 30 January 1649 Found guilty of high treason by 59 commissioners and was beheaded"
    Sorry I assumed most people would know a little of our history, or what the word regicide meant.

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    It was not a word I was familiar with.

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    I assume google was your friend.

    Not so funny when you ave to explain it

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    Yes. Google to the rescue, was a nice find actually looking through all the illnesses etc that killed our monarchs off.

    Especially as the Yanks want to dig one of them up.

    Off with their heads I say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrDick&Vick View Post
    <quote> we looking for?”
    “The year that Charles I stayed in The King’s Head.”
    That won't be allowed any more as it mentions a Pub!!

    Should now be:
    The year that Charles I stayed in a building with a name that is about the extreme top of a monarchs body h34r:
    So in fact that should really read:

    The year that Charles 1 stayed in a building with a name that is about what should be at the extreme top of a monarch's body but has been forcibly removed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mongoose39uk View Post
    I think the regicide cured the problem of it being at the top of his body!
    A failsafe once-in-lifetime cure!

    Le Roi est mort etc

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