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Fam hinting he’s staying put?


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8 minutes ago, grifty said:

Hmm, I think the spelling error is deliberate. "Toghe" in Italian means "robes". Robes is how I would say "Rhodes" with a cold. Rhodes is famous for the bronze statue of the Colossus of Rhodes. Bronze is a formulation of yellow. Fenerbahce are nicknamed "the Yellow Canaries".

Farewell Fam :(

Based on your commendable insight, I think he's off to Norwich. ;)

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9 minutes ago, grifty said:

Hmm, I think the spelling error is deliberate. "Toghe" in Italian means "robes". Robes is how I would say "Rhodes" with a cold. Rhodes is famous for the bronze statue of the Colossus of Rhodes. Bronze is a formulation of yellow. Fenerbahce are nicknamed "the Yellow Canaries".

Farewell Fam :(

You must be  Ted Rogers, because this is one of the solutions on 3-2-1.

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37 minutes ago, grifty said:

Hmm, I think the spelling error is deliberate. "Toghe" in Italian means "robes". Robes is how I would say "Rhodes" with a cold. Rhodes is famous for the bronze statue of the Colossus of Rhodes. Bronze is a formulation of yellow. Fenerbahce are nicknamed "the Yellow Canaries".

Farewell Fam :(

You are Ted Rodgers and I claim my Dusty bin.

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40 minutes ago, grifty said:

Hmm, I think the spelling error is deliberate. "Toghe" in Italian means "robes". Robes is how I would say "Rhodes" with a cold. Rhodes is famous for the bronze statue of the Colossus of Rhodes. Bronze is a formulation of yellow. Fenerbahce are nicknamed "the Yellow Canaries".

Farewell Fam :(

That'll be the Brian Rogers Connection.

(I know my stuff!)

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50 minutes ago, grifty said:

Hmm, I think the spelling error is deliberate. "Toghe" in Italian means "robes". Robes is how I would say "Rhodes" with a cold. Rhodes is famous for the bronze statue of the Colossus of Rhodes. Bronze is a formulation of yellow. Fenerbahce are nicknamed "the Yellow Canaries".

Farewell Fam :(

And Yellow was the breakthrough single from Coldplay, sung by Chris 'he's got my bloody shirt' Martin. Farewell Fam.

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56 minutes ago, grifty said:

Hmm, I think the spelling error is deliberate. "Toghe" in Italian means "robes". Robes is how I would say "Rhodes" with a cold. Rhodes is famous for the bronze statue of the Colossus of Rhodes. Bronze is a formulation of yellow. Fenerbahce are nicknamed "the Yellow Canaries".

Farewell Fam :(

Is there anyway we can include Bill Gates and 5G into this please?

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5 minutes ago, Peter O Hanraha-hanrahan said:

Is there anyway we can include Bill Gates and 5G into this please?

The Colossus of Rhodes straddled the harbour of Rhodes, in many ways it formed a Gate to the city. It was a statue of Helios, the god of the Sun. The Sun emits light, which is part of the electromagnetic spectrum. 5G is transmitted using another part of the electromagnetic spectrum. Diedhiou is a god.

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1 hour ago, grifty said:

Hmm, I think the spelling error is deliberate. "Toghe" in Italian means "robes". Robes is how I would say "Rhodes" with a cold. Rhodes is famous for the bronze statue of the Colossus of Rhodes. Bronze is a formulation of yellow. Fenerbahce are nicknamed "the Yellow Canaries".

Farewell Fam :(

The ghost of Ted Rogers!

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4 hours ago, grifty said:

Hmm, I think the spelling error is deliberate. "Toghe" in Italian means "robes". Robes is how I would say "Rhodes" with a cold. Rhodes is famous for the bronze statue of the Colossus of Rhodes. Bronze is a formulation of yellow. Fenerbahce are nicknamed "the Yellow Canaries".

Farewell Fam :(

**** me it's Ted Rodgers 

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4 hours ago, steviestevieneville said:

I’d have put it in a drawer by now , it’s been on the table for weeks it’ll be wrecked 

On MA’s desk.

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321, Ted Rogers Dusty Bin. the late 70's early 80's was a zenith for Yorkshire TV.

Anyone remember  a programme called the Indoor league with Fred Trueman, pub games and TV was never a match made in heaven and watching the final of a shove ha'penny competition was unsurprisingly never the ratings winner they anticipated.

 

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30 minutes ago, Abraham Romanovich said:

321, Ted Rogers Dusty Bin. the late 70's early 80's was a zenith for Yorkshire TV.

Anyone remember  a programme called the Indoor league with Fred Trueman, pub games and TV was never a match made in heaven and watching the final of a shove ha'penny competition was unsurprisingly never the ratings winner they anticipated.

 

Jocky Wilson was on and was so nervous he could hardly hit the board, how times have changed.. 

 

😏 

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15 hours ago, downendcity said:

You must be  Ted Rogers, because this is one of the solutions on 3-2-1.

I remember one of the questions on 3-2-1 to a couple of contestants on the show.

'Who composed Handel's Water Music?'

They didn't know the answer despite Ted Roger's repeating the question 3 times! 🤨

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1 hour ago, Abraham Romanovich said:

321, Ted Rogers Dusty Bin. the late 70's early 80's was a zenith for Yorkshire TV.

Anyone remember  a programme called the Indoor league with Fred Trueman, pub games and TV was never a match made in heaven and watching the final of a shove ha'penny competition was unsurprisingly never the ratings winner they anticipated.

 

You wouldn't see Sue Barker suppin’ a pint ( or even a G&T) while introducing Question of Sport  would you?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Of course you wouldn't now, as she’s been given the chop.

 

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32 minutes ago, supercidered said:

I remember one of the questions on 3-2-1 to a couple of contestants on the show.

'Who composed Handel's Water Music?'

They didn't know the answer despite Ted Roger's repeating the question 3 times! 🤨

What was the answer ?

 

 

:whistle:

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17 hours ago, grifty said:

Hmm, I think the spelling error is deliberate. "Toghe" in Italian means "robes". Robes is how I would say "Rhodes" with a cold. Rhodes is famous for the bronze statue of the Colossus of Rhodes. Bronze is a formulation of yellow. Fenerbahce are nicknamed "the Yellow Canaries".

Farewell Fam :(

No, no. Rhodes is in Greece; bronze signifies third place. Third place in the Greek league at the moment are Olympiakos. Simples.

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