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Westham67 9:31 Tue Mar 24
Pandemic lock down Mornington Crescent
To tee off for this game I will start by quoting Leonid Cjinsky representing Nepal at the League of Nations conference 1924 Clapham junction

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Westham67 6:51 Sat Mar 28
Re: Pandemic lock down Mornington Crescent
If we name and dropping and bragging now I had an interview for a job in New Zealand at the Hilton in

Holland Park

Dan M 5:22 Sat Mar 28
Re: Pandemic lock down Mornington Crescent
Hmm. Invoking the 2003 "Cool Story Bro" protocol.

Swiss Cottage

Swiss. 4:18 Sat Mar 28
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I had a nightmare about the Northern Line the other night. That bit between Camden and Euston. I lived in Primrose Hill for 5 years in me yoof

Mike Oxsaw 4:06 Sat Mar 28
Re: Pandemic lock down Mornington Crescent
Surely the abandoned New Works Protocol needs to be brought into play.

Elstree South.

lowermarshhammer 1:26 Sat Mar 28
Re: Pandemic lock down Mornington Crescent
Currently stuck with no forward movement. Unable to contact controller

Rule book 4 Section 14 Paragraph 8 - ensure traction current is off and detrain customers walk forward to

BLAKE HALL

lowermarshhammer 10:10 Fri Mar 27
Re: Pandemic lock down Mornington Crescent
I sulk each time I go inside the M25 so the next stop will have to be

Epping

zebthecat 10:01 Fri Mar 27
Re: Pandemic lock down Mornington Crescent
Dredging up Tblisi was a bit harsh! I'm off for a sulk.

Ickenham

Westham67 9:34 Fri Mar 27
Re: Pandemic lock down Mornington Crescent
According to the Fredrikson ruling in the 3rd set of the Baku World Championship 1893. Any player using a station previously named by another player must miss a turn and the next players goes to

Wood Green

Hammer and Pickle 11:32 Thu Mar 26
Re: Pandemic lock down Mornington Crescent
Then there was the Pet Peeve Glass-Blowers' Society cream tea of 76 wot called flyshitstain a right old wanker.

Chalk Farm

, 11:28 Thu Mar 26
Re: Pandemic lock down Mornington Crescent
Overarching all of this was the synod of Whitby, 7th century, where in essence the King of Northumbria ceded the control of Celtic Christianity to the Church of Rome. Was he forced to submit to Catholic hegemony, was he upset or put out?

King’s Cros & St. Pancras.

riosleftsock 10:44 Thu Mar 26
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St Paul's was banned by the 15th synod I believe, forcing a immediate move to

Amersham.

chim chim cha boo 10:42 Thu Mar 26
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Tbilisi was where they banned Down St Station, York Way and Kentish Town East (now a Cash Converers, well, now an empty building with a load of old shit in it going dusty).

In the spirit of our longest hour...

St Paul's.

Hammer and Pickle 10:37 Thu Mar 26
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Did Tbilisi fule on convex or was that Pyongyang 2004?

Marble Arch.

chim chim cha boo 10:37 Thu Mar 26
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Come on lads, it's only a game between pals so no need to bring up Tbilisi. It's a bit vicious.

St James's Park.

Westham67 10:25 Thu Mar 26
Re: Pandemic lock down Mornington Crescent
The Tbilisi ruling 2002 using Tudor court rules deemed any conclave moves to be null and void

Westminster

zebthecat 9:45 Thu Mar 26
Re: Pandemic lock down Mornington Crescent
I'm going take a take a chance here.
Folowing the resolution of the great schism at the Spring 2001 Nizhny Novgorod conclave I think it is safe.

Mudchute.

BRANDED 9:31 Thu Mar 26
Re: Pandemic lock down Mornington Crescent
Anyone on the underground unless you’re NHS should be ashamed of yourselves. If you’re NHS, London Bridge

Hammer and Pickle 9:25 Thu Mar 26
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Does anyone else find chim's direct style appropriate only to a strict vertical of the west Northern Line type? Only asking for the Daily Telegraph Shakers' Society like.

Bank

chim chim cha boo 9:12 Thu Mar 26
Re: Pandemic lock down Mornington Crescent
Bollocks, hadn't thought of that.

Pushes me back to East Finchley.

eusebiovic 7:40 Thu Mar 26
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According to the 1998 addendum which was raised and approved by the comedian Harry Hill all chief scientists must go by the name of...

Finsbury Park

chim chim cha boo 12:03 Thu Mar 26
Re: Pandemic lock down Mornington Crescent
Before anyone else piles in

Tufnell Park!

Have that!

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