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Messages - Migv6 le Frog Fan

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General Discussion Area / Re: Partygate...
« on: 21 May 2022, 18:45:16 »
yep. One item on a very long list. 

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Bald as a gooseberry me.  :)
They are indeed a great drivers car. Handling is just superb with the engine in the middle, rather than the old Porsche habit of hanging it out the back.

The one I drove was 2.7.

Sounded great. Handled great.

Possibly needed just a touch more Ooomph. :y

I would agree with that. Mines a 2.7 (217bhp) and could do with a few more ponies ideally, but for the price I cant grumble.
The 2.9 has 252bhp, which seems to make quite a difference.
Not in the same league as a lot of modern cars of 400+ bhp, but more than adequate for most situations, and most of them are heavy old buses anyway.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Partygate...
« on: 21 May 2022, 18:35:47 »
I think one of the worst things for the paramilitaries in NI was the peace process. They had to think of other ways to hide their criminality.

Not really tbh. They carry out their money making criminality and the authorities turn a blind eye on the condition they dont blow shit up or randomly murder people.
The price of peace to Blair. Appeasement to us normal people.

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Bald as a gooseberry me.  :)
They are indeed a great drivers car. Handling is just superb with the engine in the middle, rather than the old Porsche habit of hanging it out the back.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Partygate...
« on: 21 May 2022, 14:15:38 »
And less than a year before he told the DUP conference in Belfast that he (nor any UK PM) could ever even consider putting a border down the Irish sea.
He should have held his nerve and threatened to walk away without a deal. Then just let the clock run down and wait for a phone call.
The whole issue was and is a red herring. On the one hand the amount of illegal trade across the border is miniscule in the grand scheme of things and not worth worrying about.
On the other hand the border is porous as a sponge. Always has been and always will be, and no-one will ever stop it.
A small number of people living either side of it will always get rich from smuggling across it.

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I took a trip to Hemel Hempstead with the Brother in law yesterday to buy a 2011, 2.9 Boxster 987.
Georgeous car in metallic blue with tan interior, and goes like a stabbed rat.
He paid the 15,500 in cash.I should have been a bricklayer.  ::) ;D

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General Discussion Area / Re: Soaps
« on: 21 May 2022, 08:20:57 »
Swmbo wont miss them, but talks most of the way through them and hasnt a clue whats happening.  ;D

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General Discussion Area / Re: Partygate...
« on: 21 May 2022, 08:20:03 »
Boris. Am I the only person who sees Boris flit from one disaster to another but come out smelling of roses,  just about.?

To the long list you could add Northern Ireland and Gibraltar.

What next , no potatoes or bread?

No your not. He has done it his whole life. He is no more than a chancer. He has got away with it so far, but it will bite him on the arse at some point.
He should have been forced to resign over the lies he told the Commons and the country. The only reason he got away with it is it seems there is no-one to replace him with.
The shambles he has created in Norn Irn is one of the most incompetent and dishonest political acts I have ever seen.
That should also have finished him, and in any previous Govt. it would have done.

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Iceland food is utter shite anyway so your not missing out on anything.
Some Iceland food is shite, some is quite good. It's a matter of picking what you think is ok.
People rave over M&S food, but I've had a couple of very average ready meals from there.

I don't rate Waitrose or M and S. Expensive and not that great.

Lidl and Aldi ( I think they are German) have given the British supermarkets a bloody nose.

As for Your 10% Iceland voucher I don't get one like you old boys. I also have to pay for prescriptions and eye tests....etc...etc. :-\

I rate Waitrose very highly. Also Sainsburys, although not quite up to Waitrose standards.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Monkey pox
« on: 20 May 2022, 13:09:43 »
Another 11 this morning.

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Iceland food is utter shite anyway so your not missing out on anything.

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My Mum only ate the leftovers from her drunken stepfathers dinner if he fell asleep before he finished it.
Wasnt allowed to go to school much. Had to go begging on the streets instead, to get money for his booze.
He kept the food cupboard locked as it was for him and his kids.
Threw her out of the house in the clothes she wore and nothing else, because she found Jesus when she was 16.
Never had a Christmas or birthday card / present in her life growing up.
When I hear people whining about being in poverty I want to shoot the fickers.

When he was old and decrepit, his kids put him in an old peoples home 200 hundred yards from my Mum, and miles away from them.
She used to bring him to our house for his lunch.
Go figure.  ::)

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General Discussion Area / Re: Dead Person
« on: 19 May 2022, 23:15:38 »
Rode into the distance on a chariot of fire.  ::)

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Just careful. Its too hard to accumulate it, without losing track of where its gone and why.  :)

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I always ask for a receipt. Then once a month tally them all up with online bank statement, to make sure everything is in order.

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