Things that made you smile today

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Re: Things that made you smile today

Postby TrevorB » Sun 24.01.2021, 15:06

alan e wrote:
Rambo wrote:
GeoffSmith wrote:Image
PS Thanks to Steve for the idea.

PPS Bloody earworm again. Thank you Simon!


Very good Geoff. I can even hear MB saying just that :lol:


And thinking it just needs a good wash and a wax and i can move it on.


:-D :lol: :lol:
MB told me that he owned one when he met his wife. So was very pleased to see one and then called his wife over to have a look.
No offer made though. :D
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Re: Things that made you smile today

Postby alan e » Sun 24.01.2021, 15:54

:-D :lol: :lol:
MB told me that he owned one when he met his wife. So was very pleased to see one and then called his wife over to have a look.
No offer made though. :D[/quote]
Yes he did say that when they were doing up a M100 in the US.
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Re: Things that made you smile today

Postby Rambo » Sun 24.01.2021, 19:42

MB told me and Muley he'd have bought the silk red un from a Trevor geezer if the toolkit had been half decent and not a munter
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Re: Things that made you smile today

Postby Giniw » Sun 24.01.2021, 19:59

:-D
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Re: Things that made you smile today

Postby GeoffSmith » Sun 24.01.2021, 20:51

GeoffSmith wrote:Some more crap from FB… no point in watching Rambo.

https://www.facebook.com/adam.gompertz/ ... 5015780577

Many thanks and credit to REVS-limiter.

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Re: Things that made you smile today

Postby Giniw » Sun 24.01.2021, 22:21

Oh, I had not seen your post, thanks! =)
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Re: Things that made you smile today

Postby TrevorB » Sun 24.01.2021, 22:26

Rambo wrote:MB told me and Muley he'd have bought the silk red un from a Trevor geezer if the toolkit had been half decent and not a munter

Mark, do you mean this one :-D
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Re: Things that made you smile today

Postby Giniw » Sun 24.01.2021, 22:28

Ohhhh ! :clap:
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Re: Things that made you smile today

Postby Blaster » Sun 24.01.2021, 23:11

Which ones had the pen knife?
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Re: Things that made you smile today

Postby Steve A » Mon 25.01.2021, 01:00

Blaster wrote:Which ones had the pen knife?


The best ones :-D
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Re: Things that made you smile today

Postby Steve A » Mon 25.01.2021, 01:02

GeoffSmith wrote:
GeoffSmith wrote:Some more crap from FB… no point in watching Rambo.

https://www.facebook.com/adam.gompertz/ ... 5015780577

Many thanks and credit to REVS-limiter.

*cough*


I was just going to bed and then I saw this :roll:
Very enjoyable :clap:
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Re: Things that made you smile today

Postby Simon_P » Mon 25.01.2021, 22:38

TrevorB wrote:Mark, do you mean this one
it's missing the piece of foam.

GeoffSmith wrote:PPS Bloody earworm again. Thank you Simon!
to sooth the earworm try some S2 era Whitfield - dee dee na na na... Saturday night

GeoffSmith wrote:Some more crap from FB… no point in watching Rambo.
either he can't watch it because he has faecesbook blocked, or he can't admit to watching it as that would be incriminating.
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Re: Things that made you smile today

Postby Giniw » Mon 25.01.2021, 23:09

Simon_P wrote:either he can't watch it because he has faecesbook blocked
It didn't play well on my PC (it would reload from the start whenever I tried to put it full screen) so I downloaded the video with a random online video downloader (https://fr.savefrom.net/9-how-to-downlo ... video.html)
Still have to watch it though.
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Re: Things that made you smile today

Postby Simon_P » Tue 26.01.2021, 00:31

A thing that made me smile over the weekend was the Nissan announcement. Not the fleeting mention through gritted teeth from the BBC. But the one from the COO which is rather more positive than we have been lead to believe.

(from Autocar) Speaking to the BBC, Nissan chief operating officer Ashwani Gupta said: "The Brexit deal is positive for Nissan. Being the largest auto maker in the UK, we are taking this opportunity to redefine auto-making in the UK."

"It has created a competitive environment for Sunderland, not just inside the UK but outside as well. We've decided to localise the manufacture of the 62kWh battery in Sunderland so that all our products qualify [for tariff-free export to the EU].

"We are committed to Sunderland for the long term under the business conditions that have been agreed."
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Re: Things that made you smile today

Postby Giniw » Tue 26.01.2021, 00:58

:agree:
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Re: Things that made you smile today

Postby Rambo » Tue 26.01.2021, 10:13

Simon_P wrote:
TrevorB wrote:Mark, do you mean this one
it's missing the piece of foam


Thinks, maybe I could sell Trevor the piece of foam at a hugely inflated price :wink:

Simon_P wrote:either he can't watch it because he has faecesbook blocked, or he can't admit to watching it as that would be incriminating.


No, I can't actually open it. But, shock, horror .... my better half tells me that I DO actually have a FB a/c :shock:
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Re: Things that made you smile today

Postby Giniw » Tue 26.01.2021, 11:31

Well I don't and I can open the video so it should work for you too?
(plus as I said you can download it anyway)
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Re: Things that made you smile today

Postby GeoffSmith » Sun 28.02.2021, 13:38

https://www.hagerty.co.uk/articles/30-y ... us-carlton

BTW I've never noticed that before Clemo/Specky - light escutcheons?

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Re: Things that made you smile today

Postby Jamie N » Tue 02.03.2021, 12:27

Well this did, a wee cover we done of Once bitten twice shy with animated video which includes some M100 content :D

[youtube]https://youtu.be/m2XUpG9_9c0[/youtube]

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Re: Things that made you smile today

Postby Rambo » Tue 02.03.2021, 16:54

Very good Jamie. I take it that's you on guitar ?

And a nice glimpse of your white M100 :burnout:
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