Rumour - Patrick Bauer

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Re: Rumour - Patrick Bauer

by Hampshire Royal » 06 Jun 2019 14:13

Two and a Half Men is absolute quality.

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Re: Rumour - Patrick Bauer

by Victor Meldrew » 06 Jun 2019 14:20

Denver Royal Dallas.
I distinctly recall 'Who shot J.R.?' being the headline on the BBC news one night. :shock:


I remember that night distinctly.
I drove home from a Reading game and had a blinding headache.
As soon as I got indoors I had a phone call from a mate's wife to say that the mate had gone looking for a bloke she had been having an affair with and she was afraid that he would kill him and then come back and maybe do the same to her.

There wasn't enough in my opinion to get the police involved so I drove the extra 10 miles to their house and sat and waited with her, that is we waited and waited and...eventually at about midnight a car pulled up so I went to the door.
"Hello Dave, what are you doing here?" john said in his normal placid tone.
"I'm here to stop you murdering Sandra".
"Don't think that's going to happen mate"
"Good"
" Let's have a drink"

About 2 hours later and after a few scotches and deep conversations with both of them I left, with more of a headache and way over the limit, content that murder would not take place.
He hadn't murdered the other bloke either but had spent the time driving around to clear his head.

When I got in the missus just said that she thought John wasn't the murdering type so she hadn't been worried.
I never got to see JR get shot.

BTW, Sandra went off with the fella and it only lasted a few months and she has spent the last however many years it is as a singleton now living in a one-bedroomed flat struggling to make ends meet.
He meanwhile married another woman and has lived happily ever after, with one lovely daughter from the marriage and two lovely grandchildren.

There was a bit of deja vu in that about 3 years after the first incident I became a hired protector again when the new (now wife) woman's ex came after John in a crazy car chase (including driving the wrong way down a one-way street) and had threatened to do everything to him if he caught up with him-I spent another 3 hours or so, as before, waiting for this ex's arrival but it never happened.
On their wedding day I was best man and by then a restraining order had been applied but it still felt a bit edgy until the day had finished.
The irony of all this is that John is one of the quietest and good natured of people and the last person you would expect to attract these dramatic events.

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Re: Rumour - Patrick Bauer

by Basildon » 06 Jun 2019 14:21

Hampshire Royal Two and a Half Men is absolute toilet.

corrected for you

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Re: Rumour - Patrick Bauer

by Libertine » 06 Jun 2019 14:25

So the discussion is still going about American television shows? Nice to see the internet is continuing to function properly. :D

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Re: Rumour - Patrick Bauer

by Denver Royal » 06 Jun 2019 15:03

Victor Meldrew
Denver Royal Dallas.
I distinctly recall 'Who shot J.R.?' being the headline on the BBC news one night. :shock:


I remember that night distinctly.
I drove home from a Reading game and had a blinding headache.
As soon as I got indoors I had a phone call from a mate's wife to say that the mate had gone looking for a bloke she had been having an affair with and she was afraid that he would kill him and then come back and maybe do the same to her.

There wasn't enough in my opinion to get the police involved so I drove the extra 10 miles to their house and sat and waited with her, that is we waited and waited and...eventually at about midnight a car pulled up so I went to the door.
"Hello Dave, what are you doing here?" john said in his normal placid tone.
"I'm here to stop you murdering Sandra".
"Don't think that's going to happen mate"
"Good"
" Let's have a drink"

About 2 hours later and after a few scotches and deep conversations with both of them I left, with more of a headache and way over the limit, content that murder would not take place.
He hadn't murdered the other bloke either but had spent the time driving around to clear his head.

When I got in the missus just said that she thought John wasn't the murdering type so she hadn't been worried.
I never got to see JR get shot.

BTW, Sandra went off with the fella and it only lasted a few months and she has spent the last however many years it is as a singleton now living in a one-bedroomed flat struggling to make ends meet.
He meanwhile married another woman and has lived happily ever after, with one lovely daughter from the marriage and two lovely grandchildren.

There was a bit of deja vu in that about 3 years after the first incident I became a hired protector again when the new (now wife) woman's ex came after John in a crazy car chase (including driving the wrong way down a one-way street) and had threatened to do everything to him if he caught up with him-I spent another 3 hours or so, as before, waiting for this ex's arrival but it never happened.
On their wedding day I was best man and by then a restraining order had been applied but it still felt a bit edgy until the day had finished.
The irony of all this is that John is one of the quietest and good natured of people and the last person you would expect to attract these dramatic events.

Vic, wow, you're a good bloke to know :wink:


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Re: Rumour - Patrick Bauer

by morganb » 06 Jun 2019 15:23

I hope you exclaimed 'I don't believe it!'

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Re: Rumour - Patrick Bauer

by Victor Meldrew » 06 Jun 2019 16:16

morganb I hope you exclaimed 'I don't believe it!'

:D :D
I don't know about others but I forget the moniker that I use-on here I may well come across as being like him (miserable and moaning old git) but away from here I would suggest that other people might not see me that way.

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Re: Rumour - Patrick Bauer

by leon » 06 Jun 2019 16:43

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Denver Royal Dallas.
I distinctly recall 'Who shot J.R.?' being the headline on the BBC news one night. :shock:


I remember that night distinctly.
I drove home from a Reading game and had a blinding headache.
As soon as I got indoors I had a phone call from a mate's wife to say that the mate had gone looking for a bloke she had been having an affair with and she was afraid that he would kill him and then come back and maybe do the same to her.

There wasn't enough in my opinion to get the police involved so I drove the extra 10 miles to their house and sat and waited with her, that is we waited and waited and...eventually at about midnight a car pulled up so I went to the door.
"Hello Dave, what are you doing here?" john said in his normal placid tone.
"I'm here to stop you murdering Sandra".
"Don't think that's going to happen mate"
"Good"
" Let's have a drink"

About 2 hours later and after a few scotches and deep conversations with both of them I left, with more of a headache and way over the limit, content that murder would not take place.
He hadn't murdered the other bloke either but had spent the time driving around to clear his head.

When I got in the missus just said that she thought John wasn't the murdering type so she hadn't been worried.
I never got to see JR get shot.

BTW, Sandra went off with the fella and it only lasted a few months and she has spent the last however many years it is as a singleton now living in a one-bedroomed flat struggling to make ends meet.
He meanwhile married another woman and has lived happily ever after, with one lovely daughter from the marriage and two lovely grandchildren.

There was a bit of deja vu in that about 3 years after the first incident I became a hired protector again when the new (now wife) woman's ex came after John in a crazy car chase (including driving the wrong way down a one-way street) and had threatened to do everything to him if he caught up with him-I spent another 3 hours or so, as before, waiting for this ex's arrival but it never happened.
On their wedding day I was best man and by then a restraining order had been applied but it still felt a bit edgy until the day had finished.
The irony of all this is that John is one of the quietest and good natured of people and the last person you would expect to attract these dramatic events.


It was you shagging Sandra, wasn't it?

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Re: Rumour - Patrick Bauer

by Victor Meldrew » 06 Jun 2019 17:07

leon
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Denver Royal Dallas.
I distinctly recall 'Who shot J.R.?' being the headline on the BBC news one night. :shock:


I remember that night distinctly.
I drove home from a Reading game and had a blinding headache.
As soon as I got indoors I had a phone call from a mate's wife to say that the mate had gone looking for a bloke she had been having an affair with and she was afraid that he would kill him and then come back and maybe do the same to her.

There wasn't enough in my opinion to get the police involved so I drove the extra 10 miles to their house and sat and waited with her, that is we waited and waited and...eventually at about midnight a car pulled up so I went to the door.
"Hello Dave, what are you doing here?" john said in his normal placid tone.
"I'm here to stop you murdering Sandra".
"Don't think that's going to happen mate"
"Good"
" Let's have a drink"

About 2 hours later and after a few scotches and deep conversations with both of them I left, with more of a headache and way over the limit, content that murder would not take place.
He hadn't murdered the other bloke either but had spent the time driving around to clear his head.

When I got in the missus just said that she thought John wasn't the murdering type so she hadn't been worried.
I never got to see JR get shot.

BTW, Sandra went off with the fella and it only lasted a few months and she has spent the last however many years it is as a singleton now living in a one-bedroomed flat struggling to make ends meet.
He meanwhile married another woman and has lived happily ever after, with one lovely daughter from the marriage and two lovely grandchildren.

There was a bit of deja vu in that about 3 years after the first incident I became a hired protector again when the new (now wife) woman's ex came after John in a crazy car chase (including driving the wrong way down a one-way street) and had threatened to do everything to him if he caught up with him-I spent another 3 hours or so, as before, waiting for this ex's arrival but it never happened.
On their wedding day I was best man and by then a restraining order had been applied but it still felt a bit edgy until the day had finished.
The irony of all this is that John is one of the quietest and good natured of people and the last person you would expect to attract these dramatic events.


It was you shagging Sandra, wasn't it?


No, although at the time I would have-she was at it with a bloke from work.


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Re: Rumour - Patrick Bauer

by sandman » 09 Jun 2019 16:37

leon
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Denver Royal Dallas.
I distinctly recall 'Who shot J.R.?' being the headline on the BBC news one night. :shock:


I remember that night distinctly.
I drove home from a Reading game and had a blinding headache.
As soon as I got indoors I had a phone call from a mate's wife to say that the mate had gone looking for a bloke she had been having an affair with and she was afraid that he would kill him and then come back and maybe do the same to her.

There wasn't enough in my opinion to get the police involved so I drove the extra 10 miles to their house and sat and waited with her, that is we waited and waited and...eventually at about midnight a car pulled up so I went to the door.
"Hello Dave, what are you doing here?" john said in his normal placid tone.
"I'm here to stop you murdering Sandra".
"Don't think that's going to happen mate"
"Good"
" Let's have a drink"

About 2 hours later and after a few scotches and deep conversations with both of them I left, with more of a headache and way over the limit, content that murder would not take place.
He hadn't murdered the other bloke either but had spent the time driving around to clear his head.

When I got in the missus just said that she thought John wasn't the murdering type so she hadn't been worried.
I never got to see JR get shot.

BTW, Sandra went off with the fella and it only lasted a few months and she has spent the last however many years it is as a singleton now living in a one-bedroomed flat struggling to make ends meet.
He meanwhile married another woman and has lived happily ever after, with one lovely daughter from the marriage and two lovely grandchildren.

There was a bit of deja vu in that about 3 years after the first incident I became a hired protector again when the new (now wife) woman's ex came after John in a crazy car chase (including driving the wrong way down a one-way street) and had threatened to do everything to him if he caught up with him-I spent another 3 hours or so, as before, waiting for this ex's arrival but it never happened.
On their wedding day I was best man and by then a restraining order had been applied but it still felt a bit edgy until the day had finished.
The irony of all this is that John is one of the quietest and good natured of people and the last person you would expect to attract these dramatic events.


It was you shagging Sandra, wasn't it?


Only if she was wearing a Liverpool shirt.

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Re: Rumour - Patrick Bauer

by Victor Meldrew » 09 Jun 2019 18:56

sandman
leon
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I remember that night distinctly.
I drove home from a Reading game and had a blinding headache.
As soon as I got indoors I had a phone call from a mate's wife to say that the mate had gone looking for a bloke she had been having an affair with and she was afraid that he would kill him and then come back and maybe do the same to her.

There wasn't enough in my opinion to get the police involved so I drove the extra 10 miles to their house and sat and waited with her, that is we waited and waited and...eventually at about midnight a car pulled up so I went to the door.
"Hello Dave, what are you doing here?" john said in his normal placid tone.
"I'm here to stop you murdering Sandra".
"Don't think that's going to happen mate"
"Good"
" Let's have a drink"

About 2 hours later and after a few scotches and deep conversations with both of them I left, with more of a headache and way over the limit, content that murder would not take place.
He hadn't murdered the other bloke either but had spent the time driving around to clear his head.

When I got in the missus just said that she thought John wasn't the murdering type so she hadn't been worried.
I never got to see JR get shot.

BTW, Sandra went off with the fella and it only lasted a few months and she has spent the last however many years it is as a singleton now living in a one-bedroomed flat struggling to make ends meet.
He meanwhile married another woman and has lived happily ever after, with one lovely daughter from the marriage and two lovely grandchildren.

There was a bit of deja vu in that about 3 years after the first incident I became a hired protector again when the new (now wife) woman's ex came after John in a crazy car chase (including driving the wrong way down a one-way street) and had threatened to do everything to him if he caught up with him-I spent another 3 hours or so, as before, waiting for this ex's arrival but it never happened.
On their wedding day I was best man and by then a restraining order had been applied but it still felt a bit edgy until the day had finished.
The irony of all this is that John is one of the quietest and good natured of people and the last person you would expect to attract these dramatic events.


It was you shagging Sandra, wasn't it?


Only if she was wearing a Liverpool shirt.

I may be a David but not David Mellor who specialised in that sort of thing.

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Re: Rumour - Patrick Bauer

by Hound » 19 Jun 2019 11:01

gone to PNE

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Re: Rumour - Patrick Bauer

by Victor Meldrew » 19 Jun 2019 11:50

Hound gone to PNE

I read that clubs are supposedly not buying yet-hopefully we will do some business this Summer.
Am in Portugal next week so will keep ears open for any news. :wink:


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Re: Rumour - Patrick Bauer

by Hound » 19 Jun 2019 11:51

things are definitely starting to move - suppose get people in before pre-season starts

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Re: Rumour - Patrick Bauer

by Wycombe Royal » 19 Jun 2019 12:35

Hound gone to PNE

Dammit

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Re: Rumour - Patrick Bauer

by Hendo » 19 Jun 2019 13:18

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Dammit


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Re: Rumour - Patrick Bauer

by John1984 » 19 Jun 2019 14:45

Shame would of been a good signing

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