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PostPosted: Wed Nov 17, 2010 7:02 pm 
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I remember them getting rid of the previous one back in the 70's I think but I could be confused, I am getting old :roll:


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 17, 2010 10:56 pm 
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The Ken wrote:
Didn't cost me a penny Kaiser - Santa sorted it out. :shock:


mikee wrote:
you didnae buy that in the cycle to work scheme did you?


You suggesting that TK's an elf, Mikee?


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....... got a nice sharkfin from Eck- cheers and bought a xt headset for the wicked :D on the bay, so almost there.


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It's blowing a near gale/gale here and will do so until Friday lunchtime then be a miserable 15 icy knots for days. I have been out on the bike once in the last fortnight (16 miles yesterday) and am becoming clinically bored.

I can't work in the garage, as it is too cold for paint, and for me. It is dark by half four. I am trying to prevent lunacy breaking out at a local development agency I do consultancy for, and my wife's work is getting her down. I have to take part in a live panel discussion on Radio Orkney tomorrow, and have discovered interstitial condensation in my living room wall and rotten floor joists under its floor.

Now is the winter of my discontent.

Still, there is the Budgie Show on Saturday to look forward to.


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 17, 2010 11:31 pm 
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Location: Falkirk! But I am a Fifer so that's OK...
therealkw15 wrote:
It's blowing a near gale/gale here and will do so until Friday lunchtime then be a miserable 15 icy knots for days...

Steven, your post made me think of:

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therealkw15 wrote:
It's blowing a near gale/gale here and will do so until Friday lunchtime then be a miserable 15 icy knots for days. I have been out on the bike once in the last fortnight (16 miles yesterday) and am becoming clinically bored.

I can't work in the garage, as it is too cold for paint, and for me. It is dark by half four. I am trying to prevent lunacy breaking out at a local development agency I do consultancy for, and my wife's work is getting her down. I have to take part in a live panel discussion on Radio Orkney tomorrow, and have discovered interstitial condensation in my living room wall and rotten floor joists under its floor.

Now is the winter of my discontent.

Still, there is the Budgie Show on Saturday to look forward to.


I think this was the reason my other half wouldn't move to Lewis :lol: :lol:


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zigzag wrote:
therealkw15 wrote:
It's blowing a near gale/gale here and will do so until Friday lunchtime then be a miserable 15 icy knots for days...

Steven, your post made me think of:

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freaky! I was reading a book of a thousand album covers yesterday or the day before and this was one I noticed, amazing pic!


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Today
I'm in hiding


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I'm in hiding



Because? :?

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 18, 2010 6:28 pm 
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I bought a RocKhopper 24 as a source of spares for the Hotrock FSR project because the original spares bike is too nice to break! Photos to follow when I sort out a picture hosting account.


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