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si

glad you got back ok. Yeah, sorry about the result ;)

Jonathon

So maybe Knox Church is taking the Vatican on in the RC's stance on birth control... just i wild hypothesis.

Mike Jones

I think its probably "rubber soled shoes"... like when you go on a squash court and it asks you not to wear certain soled trainers.

josh lyon

rubbers: black rubber thingies that go over your nice churchy shoes to protect them from snow and salt damage in the winter...

Mark

Drinking Grass????? Thats a new one on me!

Amy

Hi. Couldn't view the photo, so I'm not sure exactly what the sign said, but "rubbers" would have used as a short form for rubber boots or rain boots, the way that Wellies is used on your side of the pond for "Wellington boots".
Amy in Canada.

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