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PollyEster
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... a luxury potting shed with double glazing!!
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now you are talking


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and a big knocker on the door with a 'welcome' mat.   A 'chav' shed!!!!!
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I am dreamin now, sounds great,.... I did a photographing buildings course, was quite interesting, studied quite a lot of architecture, I thing Sir Christer Wren got it right with his dome shaped buildings, Frank Llyod Wright was quite amazing to, you have to be Pioneering to make your way in this world


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Had a quick look at Gaudi, wow, very impressive, big fan of arches myself, very bold, and had a peek at Sagrada familia, very original, you certainly like the Spanish look.


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PollyEster
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took so many architectural pictures in Barcelona. I think the art of designing from the imagination has been lost to a certain extent - so much red tape and bureaucracy!!

Modern architecture - would have to be Seattle library!   Sounds dull huh!!!
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modern buildings are less grand and more functional,
does sound dull, but it isnt, just had a look, very sexy, especially the interior


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........  glad u agree - or were u talking about me!!  lol
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 do you have a similar ticket system, are there fines for overdue items, what are the interest rates like ?


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start saving!!!!!  ... excessive fines for repeat offenders!
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 Anyway, I have contacted the Southend pier this week, to see if 'Fluffython' the largest group portrait of hairdressers, a guiness world record attempt,  is going to be feasable in time for the world cup, I wiil keep you posted


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Just had a e-mail back from the pier, things are starting to move


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Oh dear

Dear Michael

I am sorry, but due to the recent fire on Southend Pier, I am afraid this event will not be able to take place in 2006.

Yours sincerely
Lynn Jones
Pier and Foreshore Manager
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From: MchSea6@aol.com [mailto:MchSea6@aol.com]
Sent: 14 December 2005 12:03
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Dear Lynn Jones,
                        Hi my name is Michael Sears, I have an application form for planning permission for a photography event planned for Southend pier, Fluffython , a guiness world record attempt at the largest group portrait of hairdressers, helping to raise money for Little Havens, and helping England win the world cup, but as we are all very aware of the current state of the pier in Southend, I was wondering and hoping that it would still be possible, I would be looking for a date in May or possibly early June, do you still think it is possible, this event is very important to me, and I really would not want to have to do it anywhere else, if you could let me know your views on the situation, I would be most grateful.

Yours sincerely
Michael Sears

http://www.fluffython.org.uk


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Dear Enquirer,

Thank you for your email to Wembley Stadium Information. We endeavor to respond to all enquiries and you will receive a response to your query within the next 28 days.

Thank you for your interest in Wembley Stadium!

http://www.wembleystadium.com





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First i was sad ........................................ then i saw the light ...................... the twin towers of opportunity  ................. the first glimpses of a brand new horizon   ..................  and they called it Fluffython ..................'it's coming home'  ................

* Polly gets her pom poms at the ready

It'll be like visiting the holy grail of Polly's birthplace and of football ..............all in one fantastic spectacle

'bring it on' lol
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