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Re: quite clever

Post by plebgate on 16.02.14 10:19

Yes there are some very clever people about.   I can see now why people were ringing in after the CW appeal.

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Re: quite clever

Post by diatribe on 16.02.14 18:28

After his 1987 calamitous debacle, Michael Fish decides to abandon weather forcasting and take up portrait painting.


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Post by ultimaThule on 16.02.14 20:47

A portrait in oils?  Intended as a gift for his spouse perhaps, but surely the wee one would expect no less than his larger than life size sculpture to permanently adorn the spare plinth in Trafalgar Square and his profile embossed on coins of the realm in recognition of his towering ego intellect and services to himself the NHS?
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Post by PeterMac on 16.02.14 22:46

@ultimaThule wrote:A portrait in oils?  Intended as a gift for his spouse perhaps, but surely the wee one would expect no less than his larger than life size sculpture to permanently adorn the spare plinth in Trafalgar Square and his profile embossed on coins of the realm in recognition of his towering ego intellect and services to himself the NHS?

Or the first sketches for the 'maquette', which will lead eventually to the full waxwork figure in Madame Tussaud's.

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Post by Guest on 17.02.14 9:48

.........in the Chamber of Horrors of course, not the main part of the exhibition.

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