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You really must watch this.  :y ;D ;D

NWS !!  ::)

General Discussion Area / Re: Brexit
« on: Today at 12:36:45 »
I don't actually think what he did is necessarily a bad thing from my perspective, but Im angry that he did it for the wrong reasons.

Dirty bastid.  ;D

General Discussion Area / Re: Brexit
« on: Today at 11:06:27 »
I cannot find words (which would be allowed on OOF) to describe how I feel (and have always felt) about squeaker Bercow.
He is utterly hateful. He has tried to steer the direction of Brexit in Parliament since the beginning, albiet in a relatively subtle way.
What he did yesterday was beyond belief, when he had said in January, that Parliament  must not be held back by precedent.
He has waited until it appears that the only alternative to her crap deal is a long extension of A50, (and with it a good chance to kill off the referendum result), and then took it upon himself to  override Parliament completely, to try to push it into extending A50 as its only option.
Once upon a time he was the most right wing Tory in the Commons, until old Sally the slapper got her claws into him. She must know how and when to change his mind.  ::)

Ands they eat horse, snails and frogs. Dirty bastids.  ;D

My job is 17 miles away, which is by far the longest commute Ive ever had. Rarely use the Omega for work though. That's what the 190 is for.  ;)

General Discussion Area / Re: Barnsley
« on: Yesterday at 21:50:16 »
Trouble is, mine died in a microwave.

 ??? ???

Sounds careless to me. ::) Obviously it survivied the "fall down the stairs". Unlike the printer. :'(

when the forum conspiracy theorist reads this, we'll get a rambling post with this gist: phone in microwave; in garage; with gas cylinders; so it follows that the Russians are involved; so TB is to blame for Trump. Or Brexit. Or Facebook. Or the decreasing size of Mars bars. Or some other 'dangle berries' 8)
Sounds feasible.


And I was worrying that all the beer, cheese and sunshine I've had in southern France over the last few days had gone to my head :)
Only if you eat that god awful French food.
Agreed.  :y

Got a V8 lined up Keith ?
I think there's a strong hint in there somewhere, Paddy.  ;D

Now listen here scouse git. I know Keith personally, and know that he has been on the lookout for a V8 for quite a while but wasn't going to jump into buying one unless it was the right one at the right price.
His post above seems to confirm this.
Now far cough.  ;D

General Discussion Area / Re: End of an Era
« on: Yesterday at 15:43:05 »
My precious  :P


Im pretty sure that last time I saw Tonygnome, he wasn't old enough to drive !. Im proper old now.  ::) ;D

General Discussion Area / Re: End of an Era
« on: Yesterday at 07:27:54 »
He was always a man of mystery.  :-\

General Discussion Area / Re: New Aston Martin V8
« on: Yesterday at 07:26:50 »
No disrespect to MB engines, but its a sad day when Aston Martin are using them rather than their own hand built engines with a plate on the rocker cover with the builders name inscribed on it.
I think they are heading for trouble tbh. They floated on the stock market not long ago and the share price tanked and afaik, has never recovered.

Got a V8 lined up Keith ?

General Car Chat / Re: So what have you done to your car today?
« on: 17 March 2019, 21:50:46 »
Drove the Omega over 30 miles this evening, which is more than it usually gets driven in one go. Its still a lovely thing to drive.
Might have to keep it forever and forget about the CL500.  :)

General Discussion Area / Re: End of an Era
« on: 17 March 2019, 21:48:16 »
Seeing that takes me back.....;all

Just had a read of that thread and came over all nostalgic. Quite a few names from what is now the distant past.  :(

General Discussion Area / Re: End of an Era
« on: 17 March 2019, 21:39:32 »
I had forgotten about Paul Lovejoy being the first owner. He told me about it when he paid a visit and we had a cuppa in our back garden one sunny day.
Not long after that he was gone. Poor fella.  :(
That car must have more OOF history than any other Omega.

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