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Old 03-09-2007, 07:40 AM   #16841
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I think he's worried about the jail sentence for primate-fellatio.
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Old 03-09-2007, 08:23 AM   #16843
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He just wishes he could try with the primate of all England
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Old 03-09-2007, 08:32 AM   #16844
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I think he's a little past his prime years to be fiddled with by a priest, now.
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Old 03-09-2007, 11:29 AM   #16845
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Old 03-09-2007, 11:30 AM   #16846
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I think you chaps are both mistaken. Rob clearly is in favour of Swedish girl bands.
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Old 03-09-2007, 11:31 AM   #16847
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Better, but I still think that you're misinterpreting me.
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I think you chaps are both mistaken. Rob clearly is in favour of Swedish girl bands.
Odd. I'd never heard of them before.
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Old 03-09-2007, 12:00 PM   #16850
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Tch! All I'm saying is, that's the last time I'm hiring a horologist!
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Do you have a broken watch?
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I believe they are lucky, as they don't force you to hurry through life and miss all the good things you would when not taking your time.


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All my timepieces need batteries with some life in them. Not quite the same as a broken watch, though.

In the news, abut 20 miles from here, there's a vintage 60's Ford Mustang viper red convertible just sitting in a junk shop. Nice looking car, although I suppose there's a reason it's at a junker yard. <insert restoring-priceless-antique-car-in-garage-in-spare-time-dream here> It's beautiful. Absolutely beautiful.
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Odd. I'd never heard of them before.
Neither had I. I just wikid "Bubble" to see what came up.
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Maybe that's the problem. Jat doesn't have any timepiece related issues and so the horologist proved useless to him.

Of course, that begs the question, what did he think horologists did?
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In the news, abut 20 miles from here, there's a vintage 60's Ford Mustang viper red convertible just sitting in a junk shop. Nice looking car, although I suppose there's a reason it's at a junker yard. <insert restoring-priceless-antique-car-in-garage-in-spare-time-dream here> It's beautiful. Absolutely beautiful.
A. Contrary to what anyone trying to sell an old Mustang will tell you, very few if any Mustangs are "priceless". Ford built literally millions of each body style, and unless it is an all-original creampuff with low miles and a bunch of extremely rare options AND the documentation to prove it, it's just an old car. A cool old car, but still just an old car.
B. Parts for classic Mustangs are easy to get from a variety of sources and are actually cheaper than comparable parts for my 1988 Oldsmobile.
C. Classic Mustangs are lead-pipe simple and easy to work on (they are after all just Falcons with more attractive styling).
D. If you want one, get one. There is no better enthusiast car to "cut one's teeth on" as far as restoring goes.
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We've got one of those in the garage. Not priceless of course, but indeed in need of restoring.
Hopefully Mr J will get his mojo back soon now that the weather allows him to keep the garage door open.
Nothing much has happened to that piece of junk car lately.
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