MI5 Persecution: Peak Practice 26/4/97 (13949)

Discussion in 'rec.bicycles.rides' started by [email protected], Aug 20, 2007.

  1. Subject: "Peak Practice" 1/4/97 wanted
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    I am looking for a recording of "Peak Practice" from yesterday 1.April on VHS
    tape. Willing to pay a reasonable sum for a recording.
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    Mike Corley <[email protected]> wrote:

    >I am looking for a recording of "Peak Practice" from yesterday 1.April on VHS
    >tape. Willing to pay a reasonable sum for a recording.


    Uh-oh. Peak Practice slagging you off as well now, eh Mike?

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    Illtud Daniel [email protected]
    -see Twin Town- -Buy Apollo 440-
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    Subject: Re: "Peak Practice" 1/4/97 wanted
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    >Uh-oh. Peak Practice slagging you off as well now, eh Mike?


    You better believe it. Tuesday's episode had one of its characters being
    labelled as a "lunatic" with "something wrong with them". I changed channels
    rapidly at this point, but in retrospect perhaps I should have carried on
    watching and taped the program.

    A few days ago I bought a video recorder (about time too) for evidence
    gathering purposes. But strangely the TV news (both BBC and ITN) haven't
    uttered a sound over the last few days. Almost as if they know they're being
    taped...
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    Mike Corley <[email protected]> wrote:
    >>Uh-oh. Peak Practice slagging you off as well now, eh Mike?

    >
    >You better believe it. Tuesday's episode had one of its characters being
    >labelled as a "lunatic" with "something wrong with them".


    And?

    There are many characters in TV programmes who _are_ lunatics with
    'something wrong with them'. Why do you think this alludes to you?

    In the eponymous book, Cervantes' Don Quixote is described as 'crazy'
    'mad' and 'lunatic'. Do you think this is a reference to yourself,
    albeit written by a time-travelling 17th century Spaniard?

    If you accept that the character of Don Quixote can be described thus
    without it being a reference to you, what problem do you have with
    Peak Practice? Or do you enjoy tilting at your own little windmills?

    A friend's lodger has turned out to be paranoid schizophrenic. Her
    obsessions are strikingly similar to yours, she is convinced that she
    is being bugged, and that students at her college are making fun of
    her for being foreign. She has been looking for the services of a
    private detective. Maybe Oxford has this unfortunate effect on foreigners?

    I must say that I'm surviving rather well, or that's what the man
    under the stairs told me yesterday.

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    Illtud Daniel [email protected]
    -see Twin Town- -Buy Apollo 440-
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    So Mike, you are a woman, married to a doctor,have two children, speak
    spanish, and living in the Peak District. Is that a fair description of
    you?

    BAZZA
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    13949


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