All the best to Joe and Renee.
Type: Posts; User: P.I. Stazzer-Newt
All the best to Joe and Renee.
There's a lot to be said for hiring until you know more precisely what it is you want
Plug for Hunters Yard - who have a fascinating fleet of hireable sailing craft - the half deckers are real...
Tan theta equals mu......
You might have to try a LOT of boots to find the ones which best suit your feet - I like Doc Martens but they're spendy.
Turn it up and shut yer eyes.
Did anyone else catch the interview with B. Wallis' daughter - Mary Stopes-Roe.
Maceo Parker- Basic Funk 101
Kayaks are complex - most can be "sat" quite easily and indeed are nearly nimpossible for a small person to capsize.
Sprint racing boats are very like rowing shells.
Squirt boats are only nominally...
These are fun.
And, technicaly, a rotary. Like the old Gnome Rhone jobbies
Total loss lube?
I don't need no doctor Humble Pie
The best test of quality of a number is the cover version..... Highway to hell.
There is no "Greatest".
But there's a shed load of hot contenders.
The Who - Who are You
The Who - Summertime Blues
Motorhead - Ace of Spades
Deep Purple - Child in Time
Cream - I Feel Free...
I've never seen it done with maths....
Kitchens are for rebuilding motorcycle engines.
Lounges are for building Beach cats and racing kayaks.
There's a (small) prize for any American who can tell the story behind the thread title.
the six honest serving men - What and Why and When And How and Where and Who.
If you have to ask - the answer is not going to mean anything.
Taffy!? As an ex-pat Scot this is even stranger than the GP.
Lots of overtakes but not what you'd call close racing.
It's like the car designers don't really understand the tyres.
This is a very strange GP
Short range and "Just to keep up the technique" - have you considered the 4.5mm (0.177) air rifles.
Hammerli's AR20 (AR20ft for the scoped version)...
Even the experts sometimes get it wrong -
this guy is a top racer and a local!
There's still time if you're quick.
The North West 200.
Same basic deal but massed start.
Lot of the same guys - Come over for the last two weeks of May and the first two...
Not Quite Cafe - Better Latte than never?
Beezer ZB34 rather than the better known DBD
And we'd need a humungous amount of free calcium......
The worlds largest carbon sinks are the carbonate rocks.
Points are not a good thing.
Twelve points and the DVLA keep your licence.
The apple fanboi has spoken.
Norm - I'd love to hear your wife's considered opinion - in due course.
That number plate is worth three points.
A bright orange Le Creuset omlette pan - present from my mother in 1981! - nicely run in.
If you are absolutely determined to automate the process, there are hallway light switches which do that.
Both recorded AND stored.
Prized for canoe gunnels.
A rare thing indeed - my wife won't admit to having birthdays.
Have a really good one Spindrift.
It was never sane or sensible - or fast, or good handling - but I love the look of that engine.
Will it print the ammunition too?
The hard part isn't hitting the target, it's choosing the right target and rejecting all the wrong ones.
Well known feature of long thin hulls.
I've met it in Kayaks, Racing Canoes, and Dragon Boats.
You could, in BBC-speak - become vunrabble (YUKKKKK)
I'll PM you the address for the chocolate fish.
Who has the decoder ring?
I don't know how often NF is heard on US broadcast media - but when he crops up here - it is far more as a political pundit than as an academic historian.....