The Goat vs. [censored] on the Cafe

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Postby Kent Gunn » 06/06/11 06:40 PM

Quick before the Orwellian staff makes alterations to the time-space continuum.

http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/view ... 9&start=60

I believe the Goat is currently ahead, 7 to 4.

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Postby Brad Henderson » 06/06/11 07:39 PM

It seems to have become a tag team, handicap match with Lewis/Bishop in one corner both against the Goat in the other.
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Postby Doug Thornton » 06/06/11 08:36 PM

It appears to be gone. Oh Winston, we hardly knew you.
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 06/06/11 08:58 PM

Better there than here!
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Postby James Munton » 06/06/11 09:26 PM

I missed it, but I have a feeling it will continue here...
http://magicbistro.com/index.php?option ... Itemid=140

We don't feel the need to censor and ban people at the Bistro.
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Postby Ian Kendall » 06/07/11 03:12 AM

"We don't feel the need to censor"

But Mark does...
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Postby James Munton » 06/07/11 08:21 AM

Well it is his room. And you could have had your own room, Ian, if you hadn't got scared away by Mother. Do come back some time. The offer still stands and I will make it Mark-free.

Anyway, you will be delighted to know that I did do a bit of editing on that thread. Mark went just a teeny bit too far.

Oh well, never a dull moment!

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Postby Ian Kendall » 06/07/11 09:54 AM

Not scared away. As I said at the start, too much Lewis to be worth bothering with.

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Postby Richard Kaufman » 06/07/11 08:57 PM

And now [censored], the little weasel, has jumped into the thread on The Berglas Effects on the Magic Cafe.
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 06/07/11 08:58 PM

Munton, the fact that you call him "Mother" just makes my damn skin crawl.
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Postby Jonathan Townsend » 06/07/11 10:26 PM

Fan of the Avengers?
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Postby Kent Gunn » 06/07/11 11:02 PM

Mother is only half a word.

But I'm a huge Avengers fan.

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Postby Glenn Bishop » 06/07/11 11:09 PM

Mr. Munton would you make me the same offer as you did Mr. Kendall?

I am also a huge Avenger's fan and looking forward to the Captain America Movie.

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Postby Smurf » 06/07/11 11:29 PM

I hope the Captain America film shows more promise than the Thor (an Avenger) movie. And for those who understand, Diana Rigg was smokin'!
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 06/08/11 12:48 AM

I liked Thor. It sure was a hell of a lot better than Hulk. But those are not the Avengers we're talking about. And I don't think "Mother" appeared on the Avengers until after Diana Rigg left and Linda Thorsen took the part. But I'm not sure.
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Postby Jonathan Townsend » 06/08/11 12:56 AM

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mother_%28The_Avengers%29

the M word ;) - what with M being a woman in the new James Bond films and Moriarty in the Alan Moore LXG stories as well as the codename for the manager in The Avengers.
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Postby James Munton » 06/08/11 02:12 AM

I love how threads can take a sudden, unexpected turn.

I do love the Avengers and Diana Rigg was indeed yummy. Interestingly, Joanna Lumley of the New Avengers once babysat me when I was a kid.

But my sobriquet for Mark has nothing to do with the Avengers. I use it when he is especially grumpy and ornery.
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Postby Barefoot Boy » 06/08/11 02:24 AM

Incidentally, has anyone seen X-Men:First Class yet?
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Postby Ian Kendall » 06/08/11 03:22 AM

I did a gig for Diana Rigg about ten years ago. She still had it.

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Postby Matthew Field » 06/08/11 03:47 AM

Ian Kendall wrote: She still had it.


Unlike this thread.
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Postby Glenn Bishop » 06/08/11 09:19 AM

I guess Mr. Munton has no interest in giving me the same deal as he is Mr. Kendall. And the practice of trolling and insulting of magicians like me who is not a member of his little magicians play pen will continue.

Perhaps I was right about the place.

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Postby Jonathan Townsend » 06/08/11 09:42 AM

Some folks ask for abuse. Some troll for stray goats. Some goats like to butt heads. Just part of the internet.
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Postby Ian Kendall » 06/08/11 09:45 AM

Glenn,

Because you don't know the details of James' offer to me it would be strange to pass comment on it. I'm willing to bet it has nothing at all to do with what you think.

The Bistro does not have a membership policy, so there's nothing at all to stop you from signing up. I very much doubt you were right about the place.

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Postby James Munton » 06/08/11 09:59 AM

Glenn,

I am sorry, but I have no idea who you are. I don't just offer a room to anyone. And the fact that Ian has spurned me and turned down my most generous offer means I am now unlikely to give the room to anyone.

As for being insulted by other magicians, I give you my word that you will be quite safe and protected on the Bistro.

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Postby Ian Kendall » 06/08/11 10:04 AM

Spurned? No.

However, if Mark is good on his promise to leave if Damian stays, I might consider coming back :)

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Postby Glenn Bishop » 06/08/11 10:53 AM

Thanks James,

Perhap I am wrong about the place. But I think that I will stand aside.

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Postby James Munton » 06/08/11 11:03 AM

Ian,

Nobody is leaving the Bistro. I think I have just brokered an historic peace agreement between Mark and Goat.

Next, I will use my marriage counseling skills on Mark and Quentin!

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Postby MagicManCT » 06/11/11 07:55 PM

My first love was Mrs. Peel...Uh I meant Diana Rigg :-)
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