Omega Owners Forum

Please login or register.

Login with username, password and session length
Advanced search  

News:

Please play nicely.  No one wants to listen/read a keyboard warriors rants....

Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.

Messages - Field Marshal Dr. Opti

Pages: [1] 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ... 1426
1
General Discussion Area / Re: When I die....
« on: Yesterday at 19:15:13 »
I've booked this.



Love the proper old-school tyres.........tyres with air rather than running on the rim. :y

2
General Discussion Area / Re: When I die....
« on: Yesterday at 19:13:42 »
Should be stuffed & mounted..😉

Surely all sex should cease after death. ;)

3
General Discussion Area / Re: The new Doctor Who.
« on: Yesterday at 19:06:05 »
lol watched the 1st ever episode of doctor who back in the late 60,s as a young boy, didnt even see the whole program, thought it was really unrealistic and could not understand why me mates were raving about it?  and to this day ive never watched any of them,
strange thing is I love scifi movies/ series star trek star wars, etc etc
but i just dont get dr who,
mind you the bbc does my head in with its costume dramas, biased news,and dont start me on "alternaive comedy" feking shite! etc plus why the hell is the tv licence still going? they make millions every year no need for it nowadays

November 23rd 1963.

Apparently it was due to be shown the previous day but put back because of breaking  news from the US of A on a very important matter. ::)

4
General Discussion Area / Re: Bloodhound, the end?
« on: Yesterday at 18:35:23 »
Nearly as bad as the "dead person" thread then. ;D

Yes.....I've just found out that Julius Caesar has sadly passed on. :-\

5
General Car Chat / Re: Company car advice
« on: Yesterday at 17:21:52 »
Having just come back from the States, an F350 is a pickup, not the childrens toys being mentioned here ;D
Yeah, but other people need the other half of the road, so you can't have it all to yourself.

When the cull is implemented there will be far more room on the road. :y

Think 'Omega Man' with Charlton Heston. :)

6
General Discussion Area / Re: When I die....
« on: Yesterday at 15:18:14 »
.....I am going to leave strict instructions that I am not to be transported around the area in a fickin hearse. At least once a week I am held up in a long queue doing around 10mph, a hearse followed by 5-10 cars with black pennants and a huge backlog of buses, trucks and cars.
It's getting worse, obviously, because there are more old people falling off their perch each year, and road traffic is increasing.
It's an outdated, inconsiderate way of doing things.


We do have a problem with far too many old unproductive people living far too long. It is not sustainable and a huge burden on the taxpayer.

Should TB's cull ever be implemented I suggest he start with old people over the age of eighty. The savings will be enormous with regard to pensions, and use of the NHS.

Too few people of working age paying for an ever-growing number of old people and this will eventually bankrupt the country. :)

I believe STMO is offering to depart this mortal coil now.....hence his post. :y






7
General Car Chat / Re: How stable is your Omega in the rain
« on: Yesterday at 13:33:21 »
As I've stated in previous posts, I do not hang around on motorways. But even I slow right down in heavy rain, around 65 is the speed I feel comfortable with. I firmly believe that most modern, high end cars are perfectly safe at high speeds in the rain on the motorway, but it is the lack of skill and judgement of the drivers that is a concern.

Some people believe  because we have ABS and ESP/DSC on modern cars, that it is impossible to lose grip.

8
General Car Chat / Re: Just a gentle reminder...
« on: Yesterday at 11:12:31 »
have you had a look over the nearest obstacle? No doubt thrown away once the thrill of stealing them has worn off.  Well that is what we used to do in our erudite youth.


You may have something here. Worth a try. :y

9
General Car Chat / Re: Just a gentle reminder...
« on: Yesterday at 11:04:28 »
The culprit is unlikely to be a Saab owner. They are thoughtful erudite individuals contemplating the meaning of life. :)

More likely your local pisshead.

10
General Discussion Area / Re: The new Doctor Who.
« on: Yesterday at 10:37:26 »
She's definitely a lady , I've seen her get her t**s out in several films  :y


Yes....she has a nice firm pair. :)

11
General Car Chat / Re: Did I spot TBs big black .. Jaguar?
« on: Yesterday at 10:27:28 »
Pink interior?  :-X ;D

Yes, the contrast is very apparent close up.

12
General Discussion Area / Re: The new Doctor Who.
« on: 17 October 2018, 18:54:18 »
Like the bubble wrap slug monster from an early episode :D

I imagine that was thought of following an episode of Blue Peter. :D

13
General Discussion Area / Re: The new Doctor Who.
« on: 17 October 2018, 18:52:59 »
I bet she can't park The Tardis properly!  :-X  ;D

She'll struggle with the time warp control system. Her sonic screwdriver won't help. :)

I think she'd make a good assistant for the Doctor (male doctor) :)

14
General Car Chat / Re: Did I spot TBs big black .. Jaguar?
« on: 17 October 2018, 17:22:52 »
Black pussy.

Some like it. Some don't.
Tried it. Once...

....and me. More dusky black than black black though.

15
General Discussion Area / Re: The new Doctor Who.
« on: 17 October 2018, 15:46:08 »
I agree, Mr Gaffer. Although Doctor Who is 'make believe' it does need to be grounded in some sort of reality. ;D ;D

People say special effects have moved on with CGI, but I'm not so sure. Jon Pertwee must have thought that a real T-Rex had been discovered in 1974. Enough to scare his pretty female assistant half to death. :) 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5fFfLlb4j0

Pages: [1] 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ... 1426

Page created in 0.092 seconds with 14 queries.