lopaka, why do you think the Flintstones' theme song refers to them as "a modern stone-age family"? They were transported through time, and the names "Betty and Barney" were a hint, a clue, for those in the know.
I'm too shy and lurky to have *actually* interacted with any of you but if you saw a small girl with a ridicuously impractical pink coat, it was me.
Fun, wasn't it? Like most others, I think me and him Indoors want to take gail-nina home with us. Did anyone see lloyd pye lurking afterwards? I wanted to ask him about molecular biology (as I have a feeling I might know more about it than he does...hmmm)
Anyhow, facilities were splendid if a little warm, but can we have a lunchhour back next year please? ta.
I always ponder the significance of both the Flintsone and the Rubbles have the same furniture and the fact that they seemed to have at least six sofas in their lounge, which was longer than most bowling alleys and of a dimension that wouldn't fit inside the exterior...
Might well have been me then. I realised about half way through Saturday that I didn't know what anyone looked like, so introducing myself was out of the question without looking a bit foolish...
I like Mr. Pye in a weird sort of way. I think it's sweet, the way he's so evangelical about it. But then I have a soft spot for David Farrant as well (even if he doesn't ever wash his net curtains.)