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Messages - Field Marshal Dr. Opti

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By the time he has cycled to the nearest froggie car dealer he'll be knackered, and in need of a fresh croissant dipped in garlic.

Loves all things French does Albs. :)

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One of these days Im going to drive up to Lincolnshire………. >:(

I suggest you use a car that wasn't built in France if you want to arrive. :)

You won't sell many onions around these parts though. ;)

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All is not lost though. He still has his bike. :)

https://images.app.goo.gl/LXREMs7ixPr81fqz9

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Fecal impaction is easily overcome once the Marina runs out of grip. :)

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I would have thought that would be exactly what a Darzet girl would imagine to be a little two seater.  ;D

I see it is appropriately finished in BRG to show of it's racing heritage and fine handling. :)

Oh yes there was plenty of 'fine handling'!  :)

They were dire enough handling as a car. God knows what it was like with the back end full of rubble. I bet you'd lose your load* on every roundabout.


* - No, not that kind of load. :o

I imagine the inept handling of the Marina could result in terminal bowel excavation, thus lightening the load in a different way. :)

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General Discussion Area / Re: Gig/zero hour economy
« on: Yesterday at 19:02:12 »
Define middle aged  wealthy ;D


FTFY.
You've got to have standards....
Debt free, paid for house and preferably unmodified... Southern would also be good... Those damn Unionists are a bit too up themselves  :D

She may be called Daisy and own a bright orange car with a confederate flag on it's roof. :)

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General Discussion Area / Re: Gig/zero hour economy
« on: Yesterday at 18:58:07 »
Yes....a charming southern belle would be nice. :)


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General Car Chat / Re: The best F1 car?
« on: Yesterday at 18:52:38 »
It's not even an F1 car unless it's got a Cosworth DFV in the back, in my book..

Agreed.
According to the stats the car weighs 539KG without a driver........similar to your Westfield. :)


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General Discussion Area / Re: Gig/zero hour economy
« on: Yesterday at 13:58:43 »
Define middle aged ;D

Well.....wealthy women in the US like to be called girls until they are 60.  ;D

You may need to provide lubrication as it may not be naturally available. ;)
Sure we work around that... :D

Just as soon as the vacancy arises I will let you know. :y.....in the meantime keep your balls full. ;)

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General Car Chat / Re: The best F1 car?
« on: Yesterday at 13:07:14 »
1960s-1980s for me, anywhere in there really. Get yourself to Goodwood Revival or the Silverstone Classic and watch them in their natural habitat.. (Plus GT40s, Cobras, E-Types, etc etc) :y

Speaking of Cobras........isn't it time you pulled your finger out. :)

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General Car Chat / Re: The best F1 car?
« on: Yesterday at 13:04:39 »
1960s-1980s for me, anywhere in there really. Get yourself to Goodwood Revival or the Silverstone Classic and watch them in their natural habitat.. (Plus GT40s, Cobras, E-Types, etc etc) :y

I prefer the car in it's original red and white Gold Leaf colours......similar to the Elan sprint.

Only about 450 BHP........but only about 600 KG including driver to shove along. :y

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General Car Chat / Re: Sir Tigger. Raid the piggy bank !
« on: Yesterday at 12:55:23 »
I would have thought that would be exactly what a Darzet girl would imagine to be a little two seater.  ;D

I see it is appropriately finished in BRG to show of it's racing heritage and fine handling. :)

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General Discussion Area / Re: Gig/zero hour economy
« on: Yesterday at 12:51:54 »
Define middle aged ;D

Well.....wealthy women in the US like to be called girls until they are 60.  ;D

You may need to provide lubrication as it may not be naturally available. ;)

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General Discussion Area / Re: Gig/zero hour economy
« on: Yesterday at 12:47:48 »
Zero hours is a side effect of the just in time economy.

I work for, via an agency, for a large global company. They don't pay breaks (we get 3x the legal minimum ie 60 mins instead of 20 legally required for a 12 hour shift), but because we aren't productive, they aren't paid. Also run at minimum staffing levels to pre planned schedules with no contingency for things like the weather or atc falling over... Utterly insane way of operating in aviation, but that's what corporate greed gets you.

The only saving grace is that my agency pays holiday pay as part of my hourly rate which is technically illegal, but does mean that I get holiday pay for every hour worked.

Might be a good time to get a proper job :-\


Does a vacancy  as  a f*uck buddy  for wealthy but sexually frustrated middle aged women sound appealing? :)

You may need to move to the U.S and live in a large house with a heated pool. :)

 

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If I could go back to 1969 I would buy a brand new Honda CB750/4, a bike some say coined the term 'superbike'..... :y

I would also buy a Ferrari Daytona. :y

If so minded I might even pop along to say hello to Harold Wilson at number 10.... ::) ::)


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