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Messages - Migv6 le Frog Fan

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Petrol cars will be banned by then.  ;D

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Its dropped a lot in price then since the gas shortage a few years ago.
I last had the Omega done in July 2018 and the cheapest I could find was around £100 iirc.

Edit. Just looked up the groupon coupon / ATS thing and can get it done for £37.99 (half price) with a coupon.
Just got to work out how to get one of the coupons now. Shouldnt be too difficult. If it is I will pass the job to the I.T. dept. (aka swmbo). :D

https://www.groupon.co.uk/deals/ats-euromaster-5?utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=uk_dt_sea_bng_txt_ttt_sr_cbp_ch1_nbr_k*

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General Discussion Area / Re: WEF
« on: Today at 14:35:38 »
Most of the world’s population will ignore this load of bullshit and just get on in trying to survive famine, drought, energy costs, disease, climate change and war.  No government  in at least the democratic part will continue to get votes if it were, in some form of farce, to push on with those reforms. Even the likes of China will not go along with it as it would take power and money await from their elite.

It is just a joke, but no doubt a few nutters will believe it all! ::) ::) :P

30 years ago most people would have said exactly the same about many of the things that are now part of our everyday lives.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Manboobs
« on: Today at 14:33:27 »
Swmbo read an article to me a couple of days ago about a 5 year old holding a gender reveal party.
Dont know what else to say really.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Drought!
« on: Today at 14:31:22 »
I saw a bloke at our local stream yesterday filling up a load of 25 litre containers with water. Must be getting desperate.  :-\

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How much they charging these days ?

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As I sat in my my Omega (parked) today, outside a hospital for 2 hours, in the heat I rued not getting my aircon regassed when it crossed my mind about a month ago.
I would happily have sacrificed the petrol to have the engine running and an icy blast from the vents.  ::)

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General Discussion Area / Re: British rozzers.
« on: 11 August 2022, 22:34:09 »
They recently tasered a 90+ one legged man who was getting unruly in a care home, and he died.
Where is the outrage, the protests, the pulling down of statues ?
He lived in England and wasnt a serial criminal thousands of miles away.
I suppose " One legged old age pensioners lives matter", doesnt have quite the same ring to it.  ::)

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General Car Chat / Re: So what have you done to your car today?
« on: 11 August 2022, 12:27:54 »
Ive had a couple of months of manic hours at work, and running around after the outlaws as they both have serious health issues, so Pierre has sat forlorn on the drive.
This morning I went out and fitted a new cambelt , timed it up carefully, and it fired up and sounded fine. No warning lights, fault codes etc.
Got a load of bits and pieces to refit before I can actually drive it, and its too bloody warm at the moment, so hope to finish it off tomorrow morning before it gets too hot.
Im pretty hopeful though..........until next time.  :)
Fingers crossed.  ;) That bleedy thing owes you at least a week of hassle free motoring...

It obviously doesnt agree.  ;D
Oil pissing out of the cam seal. I replaced it earlier in the year and used an SKF speedi sleeve to cover the scoring on the nose of the shaft. Something has caused it to leak again, so new camshaft and seal needed this time I think.
I just hope it doesnt spontaneously combust in this hot weather.  >:D  :D

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General Discussion Area / Re: Sticky for Jokes
« on: 10 August 2022, 23:11:51 »
A man was admitted to hospital yesterday with 25 plastic toy horses inserted in his rectum.
Doctors said his condition is stable.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Trump raid
« on: 10 August 2022, 23:06:40 »
I think I would like your friend.  :y ;D

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General Car Chat / Re: So what have you done to your car today?
« on: 10 August 2022, 12:56:56 »
Ive had a couple of months of manic hours at work, and running around after the outlaws as they both have serious health issues, so Pierre has sat forlorn on the drive.
This morning I went out and fitted a new cambelt , timed it up carefully, and it fired up and sounded fine. No warning lights, fault codes etc.
Got a load of bits and pieces to refit before I can actually drive it, and its too bloody warm at the moment, so hope to finish it off tomorrow morning before it gets too hot.
Im pretty hopeful though..........until next time.  :)

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General Discussion Area / Re: Trump raid
« on: 09 August 2022, 22:28:38 »
Regardless of what anyone thinks of him. Is it right that the U.S. Political establishment are using every and any means possible to make sure he doesnt get the chance to stand for election again ?
Personally I think he is an inarticulate ignoramus, but his basic gut instincts are generally not far off what is right.
Sleepy Joe, Harris, Pelosi etc. etc. are very dangerous people whose thinking is very wrong indeed.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Dead Person
« on: 08 August 2022, 20:58:16 »
Istr she had been battling Cancer for many years. Presumably, she finally lost the battle.  :(

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General Discussion Area / Re: Loft Insulation
« on: 08 August 2022, 20:53:40 »
Same here.  ;D

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