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Bonfire weather

On 17 Oct 2012 at 3:22pm Reverent Steve wrote:
Does anyone have a spell or incantation that will ensure it rains on the 5th and consequently washes all the podgys pirates and associated pillocks along the gutters and down the drains?.
On 17 Oct 2012 at 3:32pm Body Fascist wrote:
I agree fat people have no right to walk the streets Bonfire should be for the body conscious like me not the ale guzzling , huge bellied ,wobbly chinned cretins that seem to love it
On 17 Oct 2012 at 3:36pm Bonfire wrote:
This is getting boring now and its just ppl out to cause trouble...yawn yawn yawn yawn yawn yawn yawn yawn yawn yawn !!!!!!
On 17 Oct 2012 at 3:54pm Irrelevant Steve wrote:
It was Stephen Hawking that wrote A Brief History of Time. Glad to be of service.
On 17 Oct 2012 at 4:03pm Ed Can Do wrote:
Despite the mud at the firesites, I prefer a rainy bonfire night. It keeps the crowds right down and once you've got a torch going you don't really notice the rain.
On 17 Oct 2012 at 11:06pm wet wrote:
You only have to go back to the last time we had heavy rain on the fifth, hardly any crowd at all, still just as many people in the processions..........and we do this for the public do we......... I think not.
On 18 Oct 2012 at 12:13am IMEYOU wrote:
One Of The Best Years Ever, Got absolutely soaked with School Hill being a tarmac river but what fun we had without the crowds and the plod.
Lewes Bonfire at its best !
The Wimpy Web Trolls and DFLs could not handle the weather, but we were there as usual since 1606 !
Lest We Forget
On 18 Oct 2012 at 6:53am fatboy wrote:
well i will not be out if its raining hard .Will stay in and watch eastenders
On 18 Oct 2012 at 8:49am Resident c wrote:
Can people writing on the forum that are anti-bonfire night realise they are in a complete minority and stop taking insults and accusations to personal levels
On 18 Oct 2012 at 9:23am someone else wrote:
I have it on reasonable authority that a certain well-known chairperson of a certain well-known bonfire society regularly posts anti-bonfire stuff on here, under a variety of assumed names, just to see the arguments that kick off.

Witless, if you ask me.
On 18 Oct 2012 at 9:48am Head Against A Brick Wal wrote:
If that's the case, the possibilities of which chair it is, if as I guess is from a Lewes society!! Will have to be a long standing one with time on his hands or just a boring job?? About time this nonsense about bonfire finished!! Lets just get on with it now!!
On 18 Oct 2012 at 12:41pm Old Cynic wrote:
Anti-bonfire people are a silent majority because they get sick and tired of being shouted down - lets all live and let live, show a bit of respect for each other and just get on with life - you are a long time dead!
On 18 Oct 2012 at 1:21pm Wot ever the weather wrote:
Through the course of the weekend and the first part of next week a ridge of high pressure developing to the East of England will bring in warmer air across the country, the risk of rain will remain for some particularly across the North and West where low pressure will never be too far away. Into the second part of the week confidence in the forecast drops away significantly but there is the potential for some much colder weather to come down from the North, how this evolves, how cold and whether they‚??ll be a risk of some snowfall is far too early to tell,, will update next week ,, but i would say dry and cold for the 5th
On 18 Oct 2012 at 4:06pm John wrote:
A collective name suggested for a group of badgers is a cete.
On 18 Oct 2012 at 9:50pm brixtonbelle wrote:
The first year we marched, it rained most of the evening and was pouring by the time of bonfire prayers. What a great night, and crowd made no difference - except to get in the way...

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