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Messages - Sir Tigger QC

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General Discussion Area / Re: Trump raid
« on: Yesterday at 23:23:24 »
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.

No. It's the stuff of Banana Republics.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Trump raid
« on: Yesterday at 21:30:43 »
The American establishment/deep state are doing everything they can to prevent Trumpy making a comeback.  ::)

Yes, and may they succeed. :y

Trump is very bad news for all of us, and especially for the USA.

The American establishment/deep state are doing everything they can to prevent Trumpy making a comeback.  ::)
Deep state?  ;D
It should be anyone with more than one brain cell, not just the 'deep state'.

Ah the Trump Derangement Syndrome is still strong in these ones!  ;D

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General Discussion Area / Re: Loft Insulation
« on: Yesterday at 19:21:27 »
My house is built into the hillside and had cavity insulation installed nearly thirty years ago, and it has caused damp where the walls are below ground level and the insulation has bridged the gap.  :(


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General Discussion Area / Re: Trump raid
« on: Yesterday at 19:16:31 »
The American establishment/deep state are doing everything they can to prevent Trumpy making a comeback.  ::)

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General Discussion Area / Re: Dead Person
« on: 08 August 2022, 20:22:16 »
Once a year.... :o :o

I hope she wore some sort of Elizabethan 'fanny fresh' under those long skirts with no ventilation. ::)


Trust you Opti! :o :o ;D ;D ;)

In those days everyone smelt, and to us now would smell very badly!  With our Queen Bess though it was her breath in her later life that apparently could knock people off their feet.  That was due to her very rotten teeth due to eating lots of sugar laden foods and treats, as the very wealthy did as they could afford those niceties! :D :D
Wonder if they had trouble getting a dentist. :D

I think in those days, the dentist was the barber, or the barber was the dentist.... Something like that anyway!  ;D

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General Discussion Area / Re: Dead Person
« on: 07 August 2022, 22:21:15 »
Is that her true age? Would have thought she was nearer 80.
Sorry, Mick, 79.


Yes I thought she was at least 10 years older than me, remember her quite well from my youth.

10 years older than you......and 10 years younger than the scouser. :)
I'm the same age as Mick. And Lizzie  ;D

Yes, in the best year of the new Elizabethan age ever ;D  ;)

I reckon you were around during the first ginger Elizabethan age. ::) ::) ;)

Funny you should say that Opti, but from an early age I have felt a great affinity towards that period in history.  Very strangely I have had two ‘experiences’ in original Elizabethan houses when…..I can explain in no other way……a supernatural, other dimension, ‘event’.  One was so strong and made me feel sick, I had to leave the property very quickly, with my mother who also experienced what I had at the same time!  So, who knows…….perhaps I was around in that great Elizabethan age! ;D ;)

Yes, I know, the non-believers and those sceptical of such things will not understand it, but I can only recount what happened.  Not the only ‘event’ I have experienced in my life either :o :o :o

I don't believe she was a virgin all of her life. :)

Indeed, we know that she had Lord Robert Dudley as her main lover, and she spent much time with him, but there is no actual proof any sexual activity transpired between them. But there is no proof it did not! ;)

I reckon she was well known for loose knicker elastic. >:D 8)

It is doubtful that she, like most woman up until the 19th century, wore any knickers, nor drawers ;D ;)

Good Queen Bess went commando?  :o

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General Car Chat / Re: My LR Reliability thread
« on: 07 August 2022, 19:30:42 »
I wouldn't feed her to the dog.
I was contemplating that if I was pissed enough to consider it, would I still be alive?

You'd need to tie a rope round your ankle!  ;D
And a torch.

And a Cave Rescue Team on standby!  :D

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General Car Chat / Re: First ride in a Tesla
« on: 07 August 2022, 19:28:25 »
Did you drive it Mick?  or just a passenger?

I'd like to have a go in one, particularly in Ludicrous Mode! :)

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General Discussion Area / Bonfires
« on: 07 August 2022, 18:54:01 »
We haven't had any rain round here for ages and everything is really dry, the fields are yellow they are so parched.  :-\

It's a lovely still summer's evening, people have got washing out and the windows open.  :y

Some t.wat nearby has lit a bonfire FFS!  >:(

No wonder there are wildfires all over the place.  ::)

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General Car Chat / Re: My LR Reliability thread
« on: 07 August 2022, 11:21:28 »
I wouldn't feed her to the dog.
I was contemplating that if I was pissed enough to consider it, would I still be alive?

You'd need to tie a rope round your ankle!  ;D

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General Discussion Area / Re: Dead Person
« on: 06 August 2022, 19:47:05 »
... ...and I'm 34. :-* :-* :-*
Is that your waist size ....  ;)

He's probably delusional about that as well!  ;D

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General Car Chat / Re: AGM v not AGM
« on: 06 August 2022, 14:29:11 »
If stop/start cars with AGM batteries have beefier alternators, is there not a danger that a normal battery would get 'over cooked' by the alternator and go bang?  ???  :-\

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General Car Chat / Re: My LR Reliability thread
« on: 06 August 2022, 11:57:33 »
She might have had it tidied up. A designer vagina?   ;D

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General Car Chat / Re: My LR Reliability thread
« on: 05 August 2022, 23:53:45 »
In general, yes, very much so. In that spec, fu£k no.  ;D. I definitely prefer my cars in a proper colour, particularly in LR products where I associate black and white cars with the more nefarious end of society. Plus I think black wheels look cack I. 99% of their applications.

If a 7 seat L405 existed, I would have had one of those. But, having a more-than-occasional need to carry 6-7 people, I would have had to hang onto a third car, making the range rover impractical due to drive space and cost reasons. Going down to two daily cars featured heavily in the man-maths of the disco.

Yes....there is that element of society who are attracted.....and footballists.....and Katie Price in pink. >:D

I think she rolled one recently whilst 3 times over the drink drive limit. :D

Lucky Katie has a fine pair of airbags eh?  :)

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General Discussion Area / Re: Trolley Dollies
« on: 05 August 2022, 23:35:19 »
OMG you lot of old dinosaurs will have the Diversity Woke Police knocking on your doors saying things like that!  ;D

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