|Brand New Blog from Curryman on 12:57 - May 27 with 3594 views||big_bloomers|
Loving the maths formulas Curryman - you could be the next Rachel Riley although I'd not bother with the slinky dresses! Great read although it was pretty clear that the fire alarms were false and I still believe the protestors should have left the pitch.
|Brand New Blog from Curryman on 14:37 - May 27 with 3566 views||BenJen|
Love your blogs Curryman - keep them coming - shame you're not a ST holder as the Fans Parliament could do with someone like you!
|Brand New Blog from Curryman on 16:07 - May 27 with 3546 views||Curryman|
BenJen, I am a season ticket holder, I was one of the idiots who fell for the two year deal. However, I wouldn't measure up to the requirements for the Parliament as I only score 78% with annoyed. Besides, it holds no interest for me at all.
|Brand New Blog from Curryman on 16:09 - May 27 with 3543 views||Curryman|
Big Bloomers, how do you know I don't wear slinky dresses?
|Brand New Blog from Curryman on 17:34 - May 27 with 3525 views||giro|
Did you ever work at Bletchley Park?
PS Good article.
|Brand New Blog from Curryman on 17:52 - May 27 with 3509 views||Curryman|
Giro, 14+15, 9, 4+9+4, 14+15+20, 9, 23+1+19, 10+21+19+20,20+21+18+9+14+7.
|Brand New Blog from Curryman on 18:48 - May 27 with 3496 views||WindyMiller|
Great piece Wilf - tragic that good people like you have been pushed away from the club - keep writing the articles and chewing your gums!
|Brand New Blog from Curryman on 18:53 - May 27 with 3496 views||BringBackTheRedRoom|
Sticking "apologies" on the BFC OS, Like some mad medieval feudal baron, trying to scare the local peasants by hanging his latest victims bodies from the walls of the castle tower, made my blood boil.
|‘Where there is harmony, may we bring discord. Where there is truth, may we bring error. Where there is faith, may we bring doubt. And where there is hope, may we bring despair’|
|Brand New Blog from Curryman on 19:08 - May 27 with 3486 views||giro|
There's one thing that's not an enigma. You won't be Turing around Deepdale this season, mate!
|Brand New Blog from Curryman on 23:36 - May 27 with 3450 views||Curryman|
Ha ha ha, I just have a picture in my mind of you scrambling around at home for pencil and paper in order to decipher the last message.
Out of interest, I've currently nearly finished reading the book about Turing , on which the recent film was based, and could not recommend it to anyone without a grade AAAA plus degree in advanced Mathematics, one of the worst books I've ever read. A lot of it is pure gibberish to me and certainly went way over my head.
Probably shows how poorly ejukated i wuz.
As for Deep wotsit, can't say I'll miss it, but good luck to you.
|Brand New Blog from Curryman on 01:26 - May 28 with 3436 views||giro|
No, I worked it out in my head, as my mother worked on the enigma project.
Actually, the first bits a lie. A pen and paper, were required!
However, the second bit is true, although she did'nt know it at the time.
She was in the Royal Corps of Signals, based in Harrogate. They were intercepting German transmissions and sending them to Bletchley Park, for decoding.
She never told us what she did until the 30 year rule was up!
Not sure your Parliament/Politburo is going to solve your problems.
But I do wish you the best of luck!