Captain Bert

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  1. Pembers

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    Check out this cool cartoon created by @jmc2000, see if you can recognise the sexy voiced guy who plays Bert.

     
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    That was excellent! I laughed out loud , literally. Good job you two :thumbup:
     
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    Thanks BoD.
     
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    Very good

    Is the guy in green meant to be @Seb @pat?
     
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    NASA mission controllers are some of the biggest Star Trek fans in the universe, so it only makes sense that they would celebrate the 50th anniversary of the original series in true nerdy style
     
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    Oh don’t even sunshine.
     
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    He was a man of few words, and those he had were clearly plagiarized from Santa Claus. He was green, he was a giant, and had it not been for an extreme makeover, he might never have found his way into our collective hearts. Hawking his wares of freshly canned vegetables, he is none other than the Jolly Green Giant.

    Originally referred to as Green Giant, he first came on to the scene in 1928, as a new mascot for the Minnesota Valley Canning Company. Unfortunately, he shared an affliction common among giants – he was a bit scary looking to the youngsters. Perhaps the victim of childhood teasing, he possessed a notable scowl and almost ghoulish appearance – problematic, to say the least, to be a product pitchman perceived as a monster by the masses.
     
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    Just watched it again...… as funny the second time as it was the first! Have you all made any more?
     
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    Steve Guttenberg called, he wants to be in this cartoon.
     
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    Seeing as I’ve been told to rest a leg muscle injury, I didn’t have too much to do yesterday beyond sitting about and watching TV.
     
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    Not yet, more in the pipeline.
     
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    Now that's good news. :-D8-)
     
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    Oo, just like the poo and the space critter I've just seen :lol:

    Top stuff :thumbup:
     
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    I have a disabled loo key.

    Where the toilets are open for other people, I don't mind people using them as long as they don't push in front of me. I've opened the door for a few IBS sufferers in the few years I've had a key, and gone after, but people who dart in front of you do drive me a bit potty.

    There is very unlikely to be an issue as long as you are courteous to other people who need the disabled loo, and I wouldn't worry about people judging.

    I hope you get your triggers figured out soon too, IBS attacks are horrid.
     

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