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Devil May Care was the book. James Bond and all that you know but not by Mr. Fleming, by Mr. Faulks writing "as" Ian Fleming. Yes really, that’s what it says on the front cover, Sebastian Faulks writing as Ian Fleming.

The former has undertaken the challenge of creating a literary impression of the latter, how clever, but does it work ? You bet your golden gun it does. I flicked through some old Bond books to check.

Of course if you think about it, it shouldn’t be that difficult a thing to do, if you can write in the first place and if you are well versed in your subject in the second place. All still very clever though.

This got me to thinking however, I remember when, during a particularly slow fifth day at a test match somewhere probably Trent Bridge, Graham Gooch, whilst bowling, started doing impressions of other more well known England bowlers. It was hilarious, especially his take on Bob Willis, his trailing arm flapping in the wind behind him. This then got me thinking, whether Lewis
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In our gang, no one can zip off for a sneaky fag qicker than South African Suzie, no one can laugh suddenly and then continue like a drain for no apparent reason like Adam ‘All, no one can stand on a chair and sing from the musicals like our Exec Producer Hells Bells and not wonder that we all think she’s insane, which she is. Helen by the way is currently getting stressed
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Welcome back !!!!!!!!!!

good to be back in the chair and all that . .

All well over here the house move is finally happening, colours, couches and carpets considered, beds being bought, paint purchased rollers rolling, etc etc . . .

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Comment number 3. At 15:52 20th Oct 2008, Super Bagpuss wrote: glad to see you back CLP

re books I’m sure more books have been published after virignia andrews died then she actually wrote lots of family members writing in her style!

super bp x

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Comment number 4. At 15:53 20th Oct 2008, Jen Ewan wrote: Thank the Lord you’re back.

It makes the top part of the blog alive and well again too.

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Comment number 5. At 15:59 20th Oct 2008, michmel wrote: Welcome back CLP.

Glad you had a good holiday.

Beesmum xxx

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Comment number 7. At 16:07 20th Oct 2008, clodaghrubbish wrote: Welcome back Christoff Lambie Pie. And next time yous decide to bog off just as I land back from me latest missionary trip to County Monaghan, kindly check with me first would yous, Renee’s had me parked in front of Paul O’Grady all week.

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The inaugural edition of Ad Wars highlights an ad that fits squarely into the "wildcard" category. The commercial is being run by Rep. Sam Graves (R) who is being challenged in the northwest Missouri 6th District by former Kansas City Mayor Kay Barnes (D). The race is widely expected to be competitive in the fall.

Looking for some more explanation about the reasoning behind running an ad like this one so early in the campaign, The Fix sought out Jeff Roe a longtime Graves’ consultant.

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Queso Afuega´l Pitu La BorbollaPepe Sariego, miembro de la Hermandad de La Probe, presentó a los galardonados de este año. Caja Rural se llevó la distinción más solemne y la entidad bancaria fue nombrada «Quesero mayor de Asturias». El encargado de recoger el premio fue el director de la Fundación Caja Rural, Javier Nievas.

El «Afuega’l Pitu de Oro» se lo llevó Luis Alberto Martínez, propietario del restaurante «Casa Fermín». El jurado decidió distinguir al hostelero «por la promoción de los quesos asturianos, especialmente del afuega’l pitu». Martínez se mostró «muy emocionado» y señaló las bondades del producto, «que combina con dulce y salado y se ha hecho con una buena posición en las mesas de Asturias».

La Quesería La Borbolla, que ganó tres premios dentro del certamen profesional: «Mejor atroncáu blancu», «Mejor atroncáu roxu» y «Mejor roxu de trapu». La Maestra Quesera Mari Luz Martínez, de Grado, se mostró «muy satisfecha» con su labor artesana y aseguró que «el secreto está en hacer los quesos con mucho mimo». En una semana de mucha demanda, su pequeño negocio familiar puede producir hasta 2.000 piezas de queso, aunque la media semanal ronda las 1.000 piezas.

Quesería La Borbolla tan solo dejó libre el primer premio para el «Mejor blancu de trapu», que se lo llevó la Quesería Temia, de Grado. En la categoría de no profesional, los premios se quedaron en casa, y fueron para Josefina Estébanez («atroncáu blancu»), Asunción Mallada («roxu atroncáu»), Estela Álvarez («blancu de trapu») y Mar Fernández («roxu de trapu»).

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