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Re: Fireworks at midnight
« Reply #45 on: 03 January 2019, 18:09:31 »

Not a lot wrong with that London, apart from quite a few of the people who live there.  :)
Btw, much of the East end has been remodelled in the last decade. Most of it is now hideously expensive and very trendy.
It weren't like this when Ronnie & Reggie were around.  ;D
Sounds like a good enough reason to nuke it to me...
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Re: Fireworks at midnight
« Reply #46 on: 03 January 2019, 18:14:41 »

Ok, fair enough, you win.  :y ;D
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Re: Fireworks at midnight
« Reply #47 on: 03 January 2019, 20:09:01 »

Not a lot wrong with that London, apart from quite a few of the people who live there.  :)
Btw, much of the East end has been remodelled in the last decade. Most of it is now hideously expensive and very trendy.
It weren't like this when Ronnie & Reggie were around.  ;D

Yes Albs, including the school that I went to in Mile End (Coopers), which was redeveloped 3 or 4 years ago into very expensive flats with free parking off-street in what used to be the playground!

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Re: Fireworks at midnight
« Reply #48 on: 03 January 2019, 20:39:58 »

Free parking?

In Lundun?

That'll never catch on :o
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Re: Fireworks at midnight
« Reply #49 on: 03 January 2019, 20:47:21 »

Not a lot wrong with that London, apart from quite a few of the people who live there.  :)
Btw, much of the East end has been remodelled in the last decade. Most of it is now hideously expensive and very trendy.
It weren't like this when Ronnie & Reggie were around.  ;D
Sounds like a good enough reason to nuke it to me...

If this wakes you up in Brackley your wish has been granted. :o

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Re: Fireworks at midnight
« Reply #50 on: 04 January 2019, 12:10:21 »

Free parking?

In Lundun?

That'll never catch on :o

If you have an electric car you get 4 hours free while your car is plugged in you charge it :y
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Re: Fireworks at midnight
« Reply #51 on: 04 January 2019, 21:46:48 »

Free parking?

In Lundun?

That'll never catch on :o

If you have an electric car you get 4 hours free while your car is plugged in you charge it :y

Hmm. <Ponders attaching a socket to the Omega. Doesn't have to be connected to anything.> :y
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Re: Fireworks at midnight
« Reply #52 on: 05 January 2019, 07:30:05 »

If it's not got one fit a towbar to it then that way you can have two sockets and "charge it" twice ::) ;D
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Re: Fireworks at midnight
« Reply #53 on: 05 January 2019, 12:50:26 »

Free parking?

In Lundun?

That'll never catch on :o

If you have an electric car you get 4 hours free while your car is plugged in you charge it :y

Hmm. <Ponders attaching a socket to the Omega. Doesn't have to be connected to anything.> :y
worth fitting a bank of deep cycle batteries in the boot ,free parking and free electric for when you get home (run home off batteries) ;D

that will be how it works in another 20 years *

*except the parking and electricity will be very expensive ,not free, and no petrol ICE (except those in museums )  :(

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Re: Fireworks at midnight
« Reply #54 on: 05 January 2019, 12:58:23 »

Free parking?

In Lundun?

That'll never catch on :o

If you have an electric car you get 4 hours free while your car is plugged in you charge it :y

Hmm. <Ponders attaching a socket to the Omega. Doesn't have to be connected to anything.> :y
worth fitting a bank of deep cycle batteries in the boot ,free parking and free electric for when you get home (run home off batteries) ;D

that will be how it works in another 20 years *

*except the parking and electricity will be very expensive ,not free, and no petrol ICE (except those in museums )  :(
Nah. Albs will still be running his 190 on chip fat in 20 years.
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Re: Fireworks at midnight
« Reply #55 on: 05 January 2019, 13:39:13 »

Free parking?

In Lundun?

That'll never catch on :o

If you have an electric car you get 4 hours free while your car is plugged in you charge it :y

Hmm. <Ponders attaching a socket to the Omega. Doesn't have to be connected to anything.> :y
worth fitting a bank of deep cycle batteries in the boot ,free parking and free electric for when you get home (run home off batteries) ;D

that will be how it works in another 20 years *

*except the parking and electricity will be very expensive ,not free, and no petrol ICE (except those in museums )  :(
Nah. Albs will still be running his 190 on chip fat in 20 years.


He'll be six feet under long before two decades have elapsed.
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Re: Fireworks at midnight
« Reply #56 on: 06 January 2019, 14:21:20 »

Almost certainly.  :y
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