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   MissScarlett has kibitzed 5130 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-28-17 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
MissScarlett: <Hazz>, tomorrow from 1900 BST, I'm hosting a party evening here in the cafe to celebrate the official triggering of Brexit. Everyone invited, except <Finan>, of course. Bring your own music!
   Mar-28-17 Fischer vs J Casado, 1956
MissScarlett: <Why did Fischer play 22.Kf2 when he could have played 22.cxd6? Is the gamescore correct?> <The primary source for this game, David Levy's <How Fischer Wins>, gives the score as 21...Kg7 22.Kf2 Rc6. This would mean that both players overlooked the simple 22.cxd6.
   Mar-28-17 Fischer - Reshevsky (1961)
MissScarlett: I had this particularly in mind (which, I find, is helpfully already online): Robert James Fischer It's in three parts. From Brady's description, it seems like an open and shut case in Bobby's favour, but, alas, there was no Paul Marshall. <The highlight of the MIFF ...
   Mar-28-17 Alexander Alekhine (replies)
MissScarlett: I missed this: <In the May 1986 Europe Echecs (pages 300-301) Jacques Le Monnier reported that before her death Grace Alekhine had passed a number of her late husbandís notebooks to a friend (unnamed). In 1958 Le Monnier was given access to the material and found, word for ...
   Mar-27-17 Paris (1900) (replies)
MissScarlett: <(Note: crosstable displays only final results, not unplayed draws)> What's an unplayed draw?
   Mar-27-17 George Shoobridge Carr (replies)
MissScarlett: <passed away in Blackwell, England.> This is according to Gaige, but the <Falkirk Herald> of October 7th, 1914, says it's Bracknell, Herts. Both appear to be based on the <BCM>'s obituary.
   Mar-25-17 E Eliskases vs M Czerniak, 1941
MissScarlett: I rather doubt this, or a couple other of Eliskases' games in the DB, were played in Margate in 1941. <Mar del Plata> is probably meant.
   Mar-25-17 Biographer Bistro (replies)
MissScarlett: I'd prefer to see that than your Fischer.
   Mar-25-17 MissScarlett chessforum (replies)
MissScarlett: <Isle of Barra> A wild and lonely place... <Have you seen " I know where I'm going" ?> Yes, I told you I have a crush on Wendy Hiller. I think this film was produced under the auspices of the Scottish tourist board.
   Mar-25-17 Dzindzichashvili vs Robert E Byrne, 1984
MissScarlett: Take your pic:
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  harrylime: Which Angel tho ?? lol lol

Spasski only called Keres the greatest treasure when he knew Keres was not a rival.. lol

Anyway ..

I can post on ere ?

I can post on ere without NIMPTIES in this place going ALL stoooopid and silly ?

If so ?


The SMITHS ( Alain Delon dead on the front cover btw lol )

The Smiths - There Is A Light That Never Goes Out

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  harrylime: Eres' Sum MOZZA

Morrissey - Tomorrow

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  harrylime: The Clash - Train in Vain

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  harrylime: The Clash - Lost in the Supermarket

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  harrylime: The Clash - Police & Thieves

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  harrylime: The Clash - The Magnificent Seven

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Apart from ME ?? lol lol lol

Ere's SUM



Bay City Rollers -- It's A Game (1977)

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  MissScarlett: No worries, mate. I'm soon going to start posting my list of 100 Great Britons here, which will, no doubt, draw in the masses and be met with wide acclaim. Failing that, I'll do some racist jokes.
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  harrylime: Hold back on ya 100 Britons ...

Pleeez ...

Jeeez Just hold back on that one ..

lol lol

Here's some racist jokes for ya


Squeeze - Take Me I'm Yours

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  harrylime: Squeeze - Goodbye Girl

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  harrylime: Spiritualized-Stay with Me

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  User not found:

Here's one for Hazza. Possibly you too Scratchett..

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  harrylime: <User not found: Here's one for Hazza. Possibly you too Scratchett..>

lol lol

It's an Arabic word.. Al- ca - hol ..

Just like Al- Ge- Bra


Yo <UNF> seems you're MORE obsessed with this word than me ...

No idea why that is tho ?! ... lol

What's the Arabic for NETBORE ??! lol

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  harrylime: I NEEEEED sum


Squeeze - Cool For Cats

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  harrylime: Colonel Blimp

Colonel Blimp - Trailer

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  harrylime: throwing muses - honeychain

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  harrylime: Throwing Muses - "Two Step"

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  harrylime: Spiritualized


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  harrylime: DAVID HOLMES


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  harrylime: WHY CAN'T THE ENGLISH ??!

I Neeeeeeed sum


My Fair Lady - Why Can't The English?

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  harrylime: yo <MissScarlett>

You don't use your forum but whatever....

I watched the Ealing movie "Whisky Galore" this week ... Did a bit of research.. ok 2 mins lol ... and discovered it was made on the Isle of Barra ...

I went on Google street view and went up the street on my little lappy where Alexander Mackendrick would've been setting up his camera team ect ...

I've done this before with movies and locations. It's cool to re visit and see what was being seen then and see what is being seen now.

Have you seen " I know where I'm going" ?

A Powell and Prezzie movie.

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  MissScarlett: <Isle of Barra> A wild and lonely place...

<Have you seen " I know where I'm going" ?>

Yes, I told you I have a crush on Wendy Hiller. I think this film was produced under the auspices of the Scottish tourist board.

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  harrylime: Yo <Scazz>

I Know where I'm Going ..

It's a magical mystical movie which entrances !

"I Know Where I'm Going Revisited" 1994 (Powell and Pressburger)

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  harrylime: Pretty brief stuff here for MITCH but I'll take anything re Mitch on YT lol

What Happened to Robert Mitchum?

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  harrylime: The Cure - Just Like Heaven

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