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Post  Lynn on Thu Oct 28, 2010 12:07 am

This is funny. A local journalist asked me to do an interview for a feature "Ladies who lunch", for our local newspaper. Why is it funny?
1 - I never go out to lunch!
2 - I aint much of a lady either! I couldn't answer the questions about favourite cosmetics and clothes shops! Guess who came to my rescue re the question about cosmetics....... Martijn !! rolling on the floor "Lipstick is a good standby for taking handprints"!! :-) (thanks Martijn!)
3 - I chose "Living Coasts" as our lunch venue. http://www.livingcoasts.org.uk/
It's the coastal zoo 30 mins walk from my home where they have birds, fish, octopus (not "Paul the psychic octopus" unfortunately), seals & penguins. I chose it because of the wonderful sea views from the cafe. Only later did it occur to me what a fool I was to choose "Living Coasts"........ my surname is Seal. Hence I've had loads of jokes about "I thought feeding time for the Seals was midday?" "oh you had salad for lunch? I expected you to have the fish." oh ha,ha, like I never heard that one before! tch! Razz

anyway she gave me a good write-up. This is the same journalist who interviewed me about 6 months ago. Note Ania & I both have very closed body posture / hand gesture - arms folded in front of us, cos neither of us like having our photo taken. I'm not smiling, I'm gritting my teeth! We were very relaxed once the photographer had gone! ;-) Hope pic quality is clear enough for you to read the text.


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Post  Lynn on Thu Oct 28, 2010 12:36 am

This was the previous interview by the same journalist
if you can't read them, pls let me know and I will try to host higher resolution pics somewhere.
or try clicking full size pic, then hold ctrl button down whilst scrolling forward on mouse to zoom in.


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Post  sv-b on Thu Oct 28, 2010 4:11 am

Hello lynn, Smile

Great lynn. Nice to know the western's increasing awareness on palmistry through journals.Smile

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Post  Martijn (admin) on Thu Oct 28, 2010 10:13 am


Hi Lynn,

I think you delivered excellent interviews!!

Also, interesting to see that the issue of 'stress' is one of your major interests. I could imagine that you could provide more info about that on your website.

I see also connections with my research on the Big Five dimension Neuroticism (high scores are typically much more sensitive to stress than the average person). And the issue reminds me again to one of the most interesting discussions we recently had at this forum about (where you raised the issue of 'stress', and later in the discussion we found how how 'stress' relates can sometimes related to both a 'zinc' deficiency in a diet, and the pressence of white spots on the nails):
http://www.modernhandreadingforum.com/iiig-fingernails-f38/white-spots-on-nails-leukonychia-t201.htm

To be continued! Thanks & well done!! Thumbs up!

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Post  Roberta on Thu Oct 28, 2010 6:08 pm

Hi Lynn, wave

You go, girl!!! Great interviews. And you're very funny!

I have a stupid American question-- What are bacon botties? scratch

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Re: Lynn in the news!

Post  Lynn on Thu Oct 28, 2010 6:15 pm

Thanks folks.
Roberta....oops, yeah it's small print....it says "bacon butties". A butty is northern English for a sandwich. I know it's not healthy food but I love them!

rolling on the floor Botties are completely different!! A botty is childish slang for a "bottom", ( ie. 'buttocks' as opposed to 'butties') !!!
I wouldn't want to eat one of those! lol!

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Post  jeanette on Thu Oct 28, 2010 8:45 pm

Hi Lynn,
So very good. You really do, as said, do very good interviews. So down to earth and unassuming. Best Wishes.
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Post  Lynn on Thu Oct 28, 2010 9:25 pm

Thanks Jeanette wave

sorry off topic but ..... Shocked ... I mentioned Paul the psychic octopus above (who gave us so much fun with his world cup predictions on Sue's forum). I didn't know that psychic Paul died on Tuesday! Crying or Very sad

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Post  tap on Fri Oct 29, 2010 10:07 am

Great article Lynn! I really enjoyed reading it. Thanks for sharing Very Happy
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Post  Roberta on Fri Oct 29, 2010 5:15 pm

Well, Lynn, I'm a complete ninny! nail biting What can you expect from an American? But in my defense, the print is small. The good news is that I've learned some new northern English phrases.
I'm Queen of the Veggie Burgers but I remember looong ago how yummy bacon "butties" were! Thanks for enlightening me.
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Post  Lynn on Mon Nov 01, 2010 2:02 am

thanks tap! wave

Roberta, glad that 'bacon butties' didn't offend you as a veggie! Smile by the way, I don't even miss bacon when I visit Turkey. I could equally have answered 'chana dal'. I guess I have several 'favourite foods'.

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Post  zaobhand on Thu Nov 25, 2010 7:00 am

Congratulation Lynn Thumbs up!
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Post  asif amin on Thu Nov 25, 2010 8:28 am

I read it at the time of posting it on the forum. Great Interview !! I really feel very happy to read it again and again.
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