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Tierce de Picardie Forum / Re: Using Box for your MP3s/Photos
« Last post by Hugh Wallington on October 16, 2017, 11:21:29 AM »
I have adjusted my comments on Box (above) to reflect the way Box works now.  They have upgraded their website recently.

One further comment about uploads to Box.  The 'default' is to upload in Date Order, so you get the latest uploads at the top.  But you can change the listing to eg. alphabetical order of 'titles of songs'.  Useful if you have uploaded a number of songs and want to check out whether a particular song is in your uploads.  Just click on the 'heading' of a column and the order will change.  One click at the top of the first column for 'alphabetical order'; and a second click to get it into 'reverse alphabetical order'.

Jokes / Re: The Bricklayer's Song (also known as The Sick Note)
« Last post by Bernard Bateson on October 16, 2017, 09:26:09 AM »
Very funny, thanks for that. I nearly reported it to the moderator as it made me chuckle.
Jokes / Re: The Bricklayer's Song (also known as The Sick Note)
« Last post by Hugh Wallington on October 16, 2017, 12:49:50 AM »
The Bricklayer's Lament - by Gerard Hoffnung
Name That Tune! / Name That Tune No: 7
« Last post by Hugh Wallington on October 15, 2017, 04:03:47 PM »
Name That Tune No: 7

The following are 'Theme tunes' from BBC programs.  What we want to know is, what is the name of those programs?  (Sorry those of you who live outside the UK.  You may have come across them, and you may not).

BBC Program No: 1

BBC Program No: 2

BBC Program No: 3

BBC Program No: 4

BBC Program No: 5

If you know the answers to any of this, put your suggestions in: 

Suggestions for answers to 'Name That Tune' - Tune No: 7

The above is a LINK, so click on it to go straight there.  When you get there, click on REPLY and put your comments.

Crossword Puzzles .. / ARG Crossword 20
« Last post by Robert McMichael on October 08, 2017, 05:28:00 PM »

ARG Crossword Puzzle No: 20

Puzzle Theme:  More AR Features
Jokes / Re: More Irish Jokes
« Last post by Peter Anderson on October 06, 2017, 05:27:42 PM »
Mrs. Casey told her friend: “We were in Greece on holiday.   I went to see the Acropolis.”    Her friend replied: “Oh dear!  Have your feet been troubling you again?”

Mrs. Hoolahan told her husband that she wanted a surprise for her birthday, so he crept up behind her and shouted, “BOO!”

Daly became a policeman, and on his first day he arrested Sullivan.   Sullivan said: “What’s the charge?”    Daly said: “Oh, there’s no charge.   This is part of my job.”

O’Flaherty was giving evidence in a road accident case.      “Who was driving at the time of the accident?” asked the judge.   O’Flaherty said: “My wife was, your honour!”   The judge said: “And where were you at the time?”    O’Flaherty said: “I was behind the wheel!”
Jokes / Re: More Irish Jokes
« Last post by Peter Anderson on October 04, 2017, 03:07:16 PM »
O’Dwyer told his little boy to go down to the chemist and buy half a pound of cockroach powder.  But he warned him not to tell the chemist what it was for.     The little boy bought the powder, and then asked the chemist: “Is this stuff any good for cockroaches?”   The chemist said: “No, it kills them!”

Mrs. Hartigan said to the doctor: “Is it true that sleeping out of doors will cure insomnia?”   The doctor said: “Sleeping anywhere will cure insomnia.”

Doolan was charged in court with attacking an Englishman with a razor.   He was acquitted because he hadn’t plugged it in!

The first time that Rooney saw a toupee in a shop window, he said to Quinn: “Isn’t it amazing how they can grow hair on that thing but not on your head.”
Jokes / Saudi Arabia Women Drivers
« Last post by Peter Anderson on October 01, 2017, 03:03:54 PM »
Saudi Arabia has just announced that for the first time women will be able to drive cars in their country.
Here is a photo of the first one arriving at the test centre:

Jokes / Re: More Irish Jokes
« Last post by Peter Anderson on September 30, 2017, 11:40:09 AM »
The I.R.A. phoned Mahocky’s Pub and said: “There’s a bomb in your pub timed to go off in ten minutes.”      Mahocky put the phone down and shouted: “Last orders, please!”

O’Brien was in the casualty ward of the hospital when he was visited by the lady Mayoress of the city.   She said to him: “Now, my good man, where were you injured?”   O’Brien replied: “Well, Ma’am, let me put it this way – if you had been injured where I have been injured, you wouldn’t have been injured at all!”

A county Galway bartender was closing up for the night, when he found a customer lying under a table, so he propped him up against the bar.    When he turned round, the fellow had slid down onto the floor again.    So he picked him up, searched his pockets and found his name and address.     He put him in his car, drove him home, and carried him up to the front door.     To ring the doorbell, he propped him up against the wall, only to realise that he had slipped down on the ground again.    As he tried to lift him up, once more, the fellow’s wife opened the door and said: “Oh, thank God you’ve brought him home – but where’s his wheelchair?”

Mrs O’Malley brought her big lazy son to the local factory to ask the manager for a job for him.    The manager said: “I’m afraid that we don’t need much help just now.”       She immediately responded: “In that case, my son is just perfect for the job.    He wouldn’t be much help, either!"
Jokes / Re: More Irish Jokes
« Last post by Peter Anderson on September 28, 2017, 04:14:45 PM »
O'Grady was talking to a very important customer on the telephone when all of a sudden, he accidently pulled the receiver too far, and the phone went crashing to the floor.      Panic stricken, O'Grady picked up the phone and asked into the phone with a trembling voice: "Are you hurt?"

A very nervous elderly lady was going up to the top floor of a very high building.   She said to Finnegan, the  lift operator: "If the lift cable broke, would I go up or down?"    Finnegan said: "Well, maam, that depends on the sort of life  you've been leading."

When the taxi stopped, the passenger gave Murphy a purse.  “I found it on the back seat,” he explained: “Someone must have left it behind.”       Murphy said: “No, I put it there.    There’s nothing in it, but you’d be surprised how many people choose to come into my taxi, when they see that purse.”

Fitzgibbon and Maloney went into a hotel to book a room for the night.    One of them was very drunk.         The manager said: “I’m afraid that you and your friend can’t stay here.   This is a temperance hotel.”       Maloney said: “Ah, don’t worry about that – he’s too far gone to notice!”
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