If I told you I was, you can be sure it was for your own good.
Since losing my license, I have been able to devote more time to
the culinary arts, which I approach as I approached my surgical practice.
I had your best interests at heart. If you keep quiet about my
practicing without a license, I'll keep quiet about what's buried
in your garden.
Since the board asked me to retire, I have been able to devote more
time to the culinary arts, which I practice with surgical precision.
My garden was at one time a part of the local churchyard. I have been
assured that no dead bodies are under my soil however I did dig up part of a
stone angel when I first lived here. Unlike you, I have nothing to hide.
Dismemberment and cannabilism are not qualities to boast about Mr Beane.
I didn't say I was dismembered from the medical association, I said
they asked me to retire. "Cannabilism" isn't in my dictionary. I
assume you are insinuating something about the consumption of
cannabis. Speaking of that, you'd better perform a painstaking
search of your premises. If your politicians have a zero-tolerance
policy and they find any residue of whatever your stoned angel was
smoking, they'll seize your garden. It will be an uphill battle,
but we'll be behind you.
Perhaps my spelling was rather poor in my previous post. It should of course
have been "cannibalism" Maybe i should use the spellchecker that comes with
Thank you for the offer of support Mr Beane but I have no need of it. My
garden gate is kept well locked and bolted.
For goodness sake. How could I possibly be Choreboy? What nonsense, you are
trying to make a smokescreen. I have it on good authority Choreboy lost his
account a little while ago. Perhaps Peggo is right, maybe YOU are Choreboy
I have no time for all this nym shifting and sock puppetry nonsense. You
would do well to stay with one name in future then we will all know who's
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