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Where does the time go?

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Here's something to make you think. On 29 July Wil Wheaton, who played Wesley Crusher in Star Trek: The Next Generation, turns 47 years old. That's the age Patrick Stewart was when he first appeared as Jean-Luc Picard...

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Speaking of Star trek, we've just employed another bloke called Pete at work.

So now I'm Two of Four. (As opposed to Seven of Nine)

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16 minutes ago, Pete in Lincs said:

Speaking of Star trek, we've just employed another bloke called Pete at work.

So now I'm Two of Four. (As opposed to Seven of Nine)

As long as you don't post any pictures of yourself in a catsuit...

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It's even more confusing, The new bloke (Pete) is the son of (Pete) number One of Four.

And that means that three of us have a surname starting with the letter S.

So people can't really refer to the three of us as Pete S either!

I think it's a ploy by the Boss so he doesn't have to remember too many different names.

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Michael, son of Peter.

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HI!

 

I don't know which I am, shall We start calling it Petemodeller????? :hmmm:

 

Where DOES the time go?

 

I hope it's just on holiday and is coming back soon...................................

 

Cheers,  Pete

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Posted (edited)

Getting to sound a bit like the Monty Pythons' Bruce Sketch'............for Pete's sake !

 

(sound of door shutting!)

:smile:

 

Edited by Yorkshire man
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Posted (edited)

The two Ronnies in the hardware shop sketch was better .I'll' have four candles (fork 'andles)! I reckon that was one of the best comedy sketches ever, alongside the Morcambe and Wise musical send up with Andre (Andrew)  Previn, ( Privet, Preview).

Edited by Noel Smith

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