I'm not the man I USED to be.

Post your true-blue Aussie yarns here.
Jasper Brush

Re: I'm not the man I USED to be.

Post by Jasper Brush » Sat Apr 16, 2011 7:53 pm

G'DAY Heather

What were those instructions again?


Re: yarns?


John.

Heather

Re: I'm not the man I USED to be.

Post by Heather » Sat Apr 16, 2011 8:17 pm

If you go to the ABPA Home Page top left of this page.

Takes you to Home page.

Click on Poetry, at top of page

Yarn Spinners' Corner

click on link below this to Australian Yarn Spinners.

Not sure how you add a yarn though. Might have to contact Manfred for that John.

Heather :)

Jasper Brush

Re: I'm not the man I USED to be.

Post by Jasper Brush » Sat Apr 16, 2011 11:46 pm

G'day Manfred.

Mate, tooooo hard.

All you have to dooo is open a new forum. :D

Named. Members Yarns. The forum is open to members only.

I know a lot of members at ABPA have a lot of yarns to share.

Look at Neville for instance. A high ranking Police Officer.

I bet he could spin a few true interesting stories. :D

And what about yourself. You have an interesting background. You are a true blue. :D

Mate, I have hundreds of stories.

I bet, Marty, Ross, Zondrae, Heather, Bob and all the others can write something interesting. :D

Yep. I can write poetry, you can write poetry. However, (and I stress) poems are hard to write.

A well drafted story will beat a well crafted poem hands down. :D

Just my opinion.

Regards,

John

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Re: I'm not the man I USED to be.

Post by Bob Pacey » Sat Apr 16, 2011 11:53 pm

A lot of the poems I perform could well be yarns as well and visa versa. Some I use as yarns in particular when I'm still learning them and want to test the water so to speak. I for one can sit and listen to a good Bullshit artist all day.


:lol: :lol:

Bob
The purpose in life is to have fun.
After you grasp that everything else seems insignificant !!!

Jasper Brush

Re: I'm not the man I USED to be.

Post by Jasper Brush » Sun Apr 17, 2011 12:28 am

Yep, Bob so can I.

The Greeks did the same things.

The Romans did the same thing. THey sat around in a senate and listened what had to be said.

Then there were the Germanic thinkers (Saxons) who conquered Britian and msde us who we are: Anglo Saxons.

Yep! Anglo-Saxons as you and me relate a Germatic background.

The main thing to remember--is this.

We as Australians without any fear. Can stand up in front of a crowd and say what we bloody well want to say. :D

Regards,

John

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Re: I'm not the man I USED to be.

Post by Vic Jefferies » Sun Apr 17, 2011 11:21 am

"We as Australians without any fear. Can stand up in front of a crowd and say what we bloody well want to say."
No we can't!
The politically correct brigade put paid to that particular theory long ago.

Vic Jefferies

manfredvijars

Re: I'm not the man I USED to be.

Post by manfredvijars » Sun Apr 17, 2011 11:45 am

Vic Jefferies wrote:"We as Australians without any fear. Can stand up in front of a crowd and say what we bloody well want to say."
No we can't!
The politically correct brigade put paid to that particular theory long ago.

Vic Jefferies

No P-bloody-C here Mates. EVERYONE can tell it like it is ... (I'm sure we can all take it) ... :shock:

Jasper Brush

Re: I'm not the man I USED to be.

Post by Jasper Brush » Sun Apr 17, 2011 4:01 pm

G'day Vic.

Well maybe.


G'day Manfred.

I just want say to thank you.

You have a terrific friendly, enjoyable site.

Regards,

John

Heather

Re: I'm not the man I USED to be.

Post by Heather » Sun Apr 17, 2011 5:40 pm

Is this where we say "aawww shucks"? :)

Jasper Brush

Re: I'm not the man I USED to be.

Post by Jasper Brush » Sun Apr 17, 2011 9:02 pm

Yeah, Heather. If you want to. :D

No, I was a bit confused over the new forum.

The next thing I new.


There it was.


So there you go :D


John

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