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The Moon And Jupiter...
Started by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
Starting in late evening on Tuesday, March 14, Jupiter and the waning gibbous moon will rise together in the eastern sky about 9:40 pm local time. With the moon less than 4 degrees to the lower left of the planet, they'll fit within a binocular field of view and make a nice photo opportunity. As they slowly draw apart, the pair will cross the night sky together and be visible low in the southwestern sky before sunrise.

Posted by: Pennywise (156) Report abuse
Yesterday?

Better get the Delorean.

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
...Follow it...

Posted by: lectriclegs (2605) Report abuse
Another attempt at making people think you're more intelligent than you really are, Jarvis.

Or just plain plagiarism

You really are pathetic, aren't you.

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
...Better late than never...

Live with it, numbskull.

Posted by: lectriclegs (2605) Report abuse
You just won't admit you're a fake will you Jarvis.

Trying to hide your intellectual deficiency by stealing things off the internet and passing them off as your own work.

Now, I find that really sad.

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
Don't read it then...

Posted by: broady (11966)   Report abuse
Simply put at the bottom "Reproduced with the kind permission of ************" Some people may find it interesting.

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
I love looking at the stars. At dawn, the sky is fascinating. All the constellations are visible and you can make out the planets on show.

Jupiter was a sparkling diamond this morning. Such peace, that you can be literally on 'another planet' just looking at them.

Posted by: broady (11966)   Report abuse
I think you are on another planet 90% of the time.

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
...Only at dawn...

Posted by: britboy (6626) Report abuse
I bet Uranus is one of your focal points to

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse

Posted by: grimshaw (465)  Report abuse

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
Cloudy this morning, but you can just make out the moon in the south west. Jupiter has overslept...

Posted by: basil brush (8578) Report abuse
lecky trying to spoil another thread..... pathetic.

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse

Posted by: lectriclegs (2522)2,500+ Report abuse

You just won't admit you're a fake will you Jarvis.

Trying to hide your intellectual deficiency by stealing things off the internet and passing them off as your own work.

Now, I find that really sad.


Replied: 15th Mar 2017 at 20:11

I think every one is aware of how much of a fake he is. A pseudo intellectual, factory worker. Nothing at all wrong with a factory worker but pretending to be something you can only aspire to be is really pathetic.

Posted by: basil brush (8578) Report abuse
give it a rest Backtrack jathbee, your ruining this site.

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
I will if you will but you can't help yourself, can you?

Posted by: basil brush (8578) Report abuse
I don't follow certain individuals around having a go at them, and ruining threads, everytime they post.

If you are that upset that the people, who you use to follow around, have gone then go on tuther site to em.

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
Dear me Ba💤💤💤. You follow me around all the time, stalker.

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
'Pretending to be something I can only aspire to'

Are you referring to your own situation: retired common mill girl and miner, who, after claiming everything there is to be claimed, and more, now sit at home twiddling their fingers daily...?

Oh, I forgot about the three booked cruises and the trips down under...Wow, and not one of them could ever make you one bit happy...But, hey, NEVER break the sacred vows, eh? Instead, grow old and grumpy together...'We wanna be togevver...'

A fake I could never be, but a man who stands by his principles I am...

Enjoy being at the Captain's table: I wonder what the conversation could be, saying you've both had wonderful careers in fabulous places...

'Eeee, it wer hard in't mill...'

'Aye an' wi had it even bleaker in't No2 shaft...'

Posted by: lectriclegs (2605) Report abuse
The man of principle

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
Give it up, Jarvis. Pathetic excuse for a man let alone some failed poet

Not to mention a wannabe astronomer.

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
Jarvis. I have never, ever mentioned going on a cruise. Not my cup of tea. So stop telling porkies. Still can't expect anything different from a known faker.

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
...You wicked old crone.

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
You dislike the truth, don't ya, Jarvis.. Live with it. Your lies are manifold. You dried up owd crank.

Posted by: Pennywise (156) Report abuse
I am surprised some people on here aren't seeing stars with the insults flying.

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
The non singing nun from Norley is a disgrace...

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
Wrong again, jarvis. I don't know where your misinformation comes from. I don't live on Norley. I am non singing because unlike you I know my limitations and don't inflict my efforts on others. Another overblown, self important view you have of yourself. Get over yourself, you pompous old trump . Just because you have a fan base of tone deaf, alcohol fuelled
Saturday night revellers, does not a super star make. 🎸🎷🎺🎻😂😂😂


Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
...A Catholic you never were...

Posted by: basil brush (8578) Report abuse
Backtrack jathbee, why would I stalk someone who's nasty, ignorant, arrogant, like you, and who ruins the site, like you?

Posted by: section 8 (2789)  Report abuse
Jarvo "You wicked old crone."

Jathbee "You dried up owd crank."

Jarvo "The non singing nun"

Jathbee "you pompous old trump"


As much as people dislike the bickering on this site. I have to admit that I have laughed my head off at the high quality of name calling from Jarvo and Jathbee. It's like watching an argument taken straight from a Jane Austen novel. Quality from both members.



Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
Jarvis. You are sooo wrong. I am a Sister Rose girl through and through.

Pem boys school on the other hand didn't produce many Einsteins, did it?

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
Wallysh. You need to up your game. . You are out of your league. Your repetition is totally 💤💤💤

Posted by: basil brush (8578) Report abuse
stop stalking him you sado

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
Pem boys?

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
And you stop stalking me and bullying defenceless pensioners. You sad bully boy Wallysh.

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
Yes. Pem boys.

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
I am a Pemberton boy, born and bred.

But I never went to Pem Boys.

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
Course you did. No need to tell lies, it's nothing to be ashamed of.

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
No I didn't...

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
I suppose you'll be telling us you went to a public school.

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
No, I didn't.

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
I know you didn't.. But you sound ashamed of where you did go.

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
Ashamed? Of my school days?

Why should that be?

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
No. Ashamed of your school.

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
Now how can you say that?

You don't know what school that I went to.

By the way, your English is appalling.

Posted by: Pennywise (156) Report abuse
Shouldn't 'non singing' be non-singing?

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
Pretentious as usual, Jarvis. Don't try to pick holes in my English grammar, when you are clueless . By the way, Pennywise is correct. Take the shame Jarvis

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
Why not name the schools then, Jarvis? Mine were. St.Cuthberts and St.Thomas More. Very proud to have been taught by some of the best teachers in Wigan. I know you went to Robert Lewis, which was on Norley, behind St. Cuthberts. That was an annexe from Pem primary. So it follows that you went to Pem junior and then Pem senior boys. Unless you say otherwise I will take it that I am correct.

Just an adage. St. Cuthberts produced some of the best rugby players from my era.

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
Not Pem Boys.

St Cuthbert's was ruled by the heavy handed Murphy and Co. He and his cronies brought fear into every poor Catholic kid unfortunate to pass through. Things fared no better for the bright boys at John Rigby much later under the 'Brutal Brothers'.

Robert Lewis was a fine school where any beatings were reserved for the football field. And I have nothing but lovely memories of the place.

The Irish influence was never far away at St Cuthbert's - a green fence separated us from the bullies on the other side.

But they could NEVER beat us at footy.

Posted by: lectriclegs (2605) Report abuse
Posted by: jarvo (26794) [View jarvo's page] [10,000+] Report abuse

Now how can you say that?

You don't what school that I went to.

By the way, your English is appalling.

Replied: 17th Mar 2017 at 22:45



Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
You follow me constantly.

That's nice.

Posted by: lectriclegs (2605) Report abuse
You posted three minutes after me.

Who's following who, jarvo?

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
Football.
No wonder you are such a Mardy. St. Cuthberts produced some stars of the man's game of Rugby. They are still producing stars to this day along with another great Catholic club, St.Pats. Green was the colour of the fence, to this day it's the colour of their uniform, it's also the colour of your jealous nature .

I am proud of the schools that I attended, it's obvious you are ashamed of your poor education.

Robert Lewis later became a pre school nursery. I think it always was.

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
What utter rubbish. Robert Lewis was a fine school and many pupils went on to University education, my sister being one of them.

I have never been ashamed of my education, and I am astounded by your comments.

Think before you comment. You know nothing about my education.

Posted by: Pennywise (156) Report abuse
I would have thought many schools had many kids who went to University. It's not the getting there, it's what they come out with that they should be measured by, surely?

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
It was certainly secondary to St.Cuthbers, in every way. You weren't one of the school's success then.

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
...Says a Tommy Moore wench...

What tosh.

 
 
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