|Apr-20-14|| ||waustad: Is she any relation to the famous author of quicksort? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tony_H...|
|Jul-27-14|| ||waustad: Here is a picture: http://en.chessbase.com/portals/4/f...|
|Jul-27-14|| ||HeMateMe: Here she is:
She would have gotten teased at my grade school (the last name), but I don't know how these things play out in England.
|Jul-27-14|| ||perfidious: <HMM> An alternative would have been to bear the surname of this player: Peter K Tart.|
|Jul-27-14|| ||HeMateMe: I knew a kid who was really sharp in forensics. Why, they said he was a masterdebater.|
|Jul-27-14|| ||perfidious: <HMM> Actually went to high school with a family, last name Tarte. Girls were all cheerleaders, but the one son was behind the door when they were handing out looks.|
|Jul-27-14|| ||Everett: <perfidious> right, he had a face like he was perpetually sucking a lemon.|
|Jul-27-14|| ||perfidious: <Everett> ROFL
Thing was, I didn't say all the girls were hot; really, only two of the four were much in the looks department. The first and third? Dayum, especially the younger, and a personality to go with her looks. Lost track of her, fool that I am.
|Jul-27-14|| ||HeMateMe: You should have chatted up the Tartes, when they were all tarted up.|
|Apr-30-15|| ||perfidious: <HMM> That boat sailed a time ago.|
|May-01-15|| ||offramp: The surname is famous and well-respected in the UK. Zebra crossings are often illuminated by Belisha beacons. These are yellow lamps created for pedestrian safety by Secretary of State Lord Hoare-Belisha.|
|May-01-15|| ||HeMateMe: I hope she had transportation and wasn't walking the streets a lot...|
|May-01-15|| ||sydbarrett: Her middle name is B, which sounds just like "be." Then follow that with her last name. Oh, I'm so observant and hilarious. ;-) Sorry Amy, I hope that after I point that out, no one else here will do it again.|