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 Posted: Tue Sep 8th, 2009 07:30 pm
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I see it's modular too Thomas. Exactly what we need for the show.



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:mutley:mutley:mutley Now that's what I call effective crowd control :exclam:exclam

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Gwent Rail wrote: :mutley:mutley:mutley Now that's what I call effective crowd control :exclam:exclam
wothesed as well :thumbs At least those who argue, only argue once:exclam

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And I thought Sweden was full of beautiful blondes called Abba all working hard in the Bofors factory :roll::roll::roll::lol::lol::lol:

If they'd like us to test one out for them Thomas............................



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Petermac wrote:
And I thought Sweden was full of beautiful blondes called Abba all working hard in the Bofors factory :roll::roll::roll::lol::lol::lol:

Yeah, right! And all singing, "Super Trooper/If you change your mind/The winner takes it all" OK. Take me to Stockholm!



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rector wrote: Petermac wrote:
And I thought Sweden was full of beautiful blondes called Abba all working hard in the Bofors factory :roll::roll::roll::lol::lol::lol:

Yeah, right! And all singing, "Super Trooper/If you change your mind/The winner takes it all" OK. Take me to Stockholm!

Staring at the business end of that beast it might be a case of "I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do" :mutley

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Look i think that beast of a weapon is too much, just stand me in a corner on a platform and i take me mates SHOTGUN. All i do is go into 9:30am free pass bus driver mode, anyone within touching distance of any module and i shoot :twisted:. That way if St Johns is there they have something to do, simple no. Ok maybe not, how about a SHARK pit in front, after all we are in Cornwall and when i was a wee nipper on my hols we used to go to the harbour and watch the fisherman come in with their Sharks they caught, so plenty down there?

Ok serious note, i think by mentioning the barriers i have started a debate. Could i suggest something and that is, why not ask each person who is taking a module if they want some sort of barrier in front of there said modules?. If say we have 10 in a row and 6 say yes we do something if more say no we forget it?.

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I don't think it's just the modules Phill - it's the other layouts as well.

There would need to be a pretty hefty footage of whatever kind of barrier and the costs would mount.

Has anyone got one of those "invisible fences" they use for dogs ?

Another idea - given to me by a friend who used to live in Kenya is to use crumpled newspapers.  He told me they were an excellent elephant trap.  They certainly seem to work - we put them around our property here in France and in the 8 years we've used them, we haven't had a single elephant !!



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Petermac wrote: I don't think it's just the modules Phill - it's the other layouts as well.

There would need to be a pretty hefty footage of whatever kind of barrier and the costs would mount.

Has anyone got one of those "invisible fences" they use for dogs ?

Another idea - given to me by a friend who used to live in Kenya is to use crumpled newspapers.  He told me they were an excellent elephant trap.  They certainly seem to work - we put them around our property here in France and in the 8 years we've used them, we haven't had a single elephant !!


I think Peter as been overdoing the checking regime on the Bordeaux Superior again !

I trust a plentifull supply will still be available for the show - should wash down the pasties a treat .  :mutley

 

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What ?  Newspapers ? :shock::shock::shock:



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Gwiwer wrote: rector wrote: Petermac wrote:
And I thought Sweden was full of beautiful blondes called Abba all working hard in the Bofors factory :roll::roll::roll::lol::lol::lol:

Yeah, right! And all singing, "Super Trooper/If you change your mind/The winner takes it all" OK. Take me to Stockholm!

Staring at the business end of that beast it might be a case of "I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do" :mutley

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Petermac wrote: What ?  Newspapers ? :shock::shock::shock:


I presumed you had been sampling a good Bordeaux such as the Ausonne St Emillion.

I am sure that at around £18k a bottle you would be quite happy to bring a couple of cases over for the show ?

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Hmm !  You'll want a flaming bottle opener with it as well I presume :cheers:cheers



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Petermac wrote: Hmm !  You'll want a flaming bottle opener with it as well I presume :cheers:cheers


Now you have offered thats a good idea mate cheers :thumbs:mutley:mutley

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