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#101 tonyed

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Posted 02 October 2012 - 11:10

tony i can guarantee you these people do dwell the land, i know of 2 people who have built underground dwellings ready for doomsday, are they nuts or is it us?


In 1984 there was a BBC comedy with George Cole called 'Comrade Dad' set in Londongrad in 1999. The revolution took place on 27 June 1989, when,upon learning that thousands of Russian missiles were approaching, the royal family, government and all the other 'important' members of British society took refuge in nuclear-fallout shelters. But the 'missiles' turned out to be aeroplanes full of soldiers who parachuted to land and calmly sealed off the entrances to the shelters, so removing all the powerful people from the picture at a single stroke and enabling the Russians to take control. :smoking:

Now there's an answer to the 'doomsday preppers' :wave:

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#102 rd500

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Posted 08 October 2012 - 13:50

it reminded me of this, this is about 100 miles away from me

http://www.secretbun...co.uk/index.asp

even locals to the area all their lives never knew about it until they opened it up.

Edited by rd500, 08 October 2012 - 13:51.


#103 Rennmax

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Posted 12 October 2012 - 07:52

If you are interested in any classic self-propelled device....



The days no one wore eye protection or even gloves

#104 Geoff E

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Posted 12 October 2012 - 08:56

The days no one wore eye protection or even gloves


Why would they need gloves? It wasn't cold! :)

Several men acting as a counterweight at about 5m30s

#105 tonyed

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Posted 12 October 2012 - 11:26

Why would they need gloves? It wasn't cold! :)

Several men acting as a counterweight at about 5m30s



When PPE was a flat hat and a canvas jacket.

Days when Britain was an industrial power and Australia was still a penal colony (only one change today then) we don't make anything. :(

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#106 Rennmax

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Posted 20 October 2012 - 20:22

The last posts of John and Paul in the terryshep thread prompt me to point to this RAF vid



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Posted 20 October 2012 - 21:41

Brave men on both sides, thanks for that Rupert, long time since I have seen that film, North Weald (featured in film) is only 10mins from me too, so always think about that time when ever I pass by.



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Posted 22 October 2012 - 20:02

Just spent an hour or so looking at Nick Nicholls collection on Mortons site.

1957 Junior: Image of Bob Mac, Roberto Persic and Bob Brown with the trophies.

Who is Roberto Persic?

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Posted 23 October 2012 - 16:33

Just spent an hour or so looking at Nick Nicholls collection on Mortons site.

1957 Junior: Image of Bob Mac, Roberto Persic and Bob Brown with the trophies.

Who is Roberto Persic?


Roberto Persi (without c) was Gilera's team manager, successor to Ferruccio Gilera

Edited by Rennmax, 23 October 2012 - 16:38.


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Posted 24 October 2012 - 20:31

Some of you might not agree with the politics of this place, but I suspect few of you would support the trashing of its archive. In recent years the college has fallen into the clutches of a social worker who seemingly has little or no appreciation of history or how historians work. If you oppose this vandalism and want to halt any further destruction, please sign the petition.

http://www.thepetiti...college-oxford/

Edited by Russell Burrows, 24 October 2012 - 20:34.


#111 Stu Pidman

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Posted 25 October 2012 - 02:49

Russ, that is terrible.
I have signed the petition.

#112 tonyed

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Posted 25 October 2012 - 06:19

Russ, that is terrible.
I have signed the petition.


Really what do we expect in a country govened by mental pigmies from Eton.

What we want to do is get rid of the institutions that create these arseholes. :clap:

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Posted 25 October 2012 - 17:19

Roberto Persi (without c) was Gilera's team manager, successor to Ferruccio Gilera

Thank you Ren, showing my ignorance again!

#114 Rennmax

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Posted 26 October 2012 - 15:24

Thank you Ren, showing my ignorance again!



Never mind, Roberto Persi is certainly no household name, think only Piero Taruffi still has some commemoration. And what a character he was... European champ on a Norton, rider/technican/manager with CNA Rondine, teammanager during Gilera's heydays, worldrecord holder, formula 1 driver and last winner of the Mille Miglia in '57.

#115 Russell Burrows

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Posted 30 March 2013 - 16:04


If you value the NHS please watch at least some of this.

#116 tonyed

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Posted 30 March 2013 - 18:50


If you value the NHS please watch at least some of this.


Pinko propaganda Russ. :eek:

You know full 'well' (no pun intended) that the National Wealth aka Health Service is safe under Dave and the British Nazi Party.

It will, of course, be only sold off to bone fide health service companies with a robust course record of processing unwanted human beings into cheap burgers or lasagne for those (un)fortunate to survive the up coming cull of the poor sponsored by Ian Drunken Arsehole, Secretary of State for Work and Pensions.

Those NHS hospitals not closed due to OFFHOSP reports based on (dubious) statistics that show that 200% of admissions die within 28 days of being gassed in one of Herr Lansleys ‘shower blocks’ (erratum dear Andrews’ reassignment centres) will be sold off to Eastern European meat processing factories (this topic has already been covered above).

Nurses previously trained to degree level will no longer be wanted under the new proposals, they will in future be retrained as tumbrel pullers with the happy (snappy) chant of ‘Bring out yer dead’ :smoking:

The Government white paper entitled ‘The Final Solution’ to be published for consultation after it has been ‘two line whipped’ through the 30 seconds allowed for debate will allow mass extermination or as we like to phrase it ‘repatriation’ of the poorest, most deformed and lower IQ Social Community Underling Members (****) of society privileged to form the vanguard of the ‘Meet Your Maker early’ cleansing scheme. :up:

Any valuables that **** (including gold fillings in teeth, a particularly vicarious method of theft) have (obviously) robbed the legitable owners of will be ‘harvested’ for the good of the countries bankers who in turn will all be beatified unto Saintdom.

To avoid further economic pressures caused by inflation, the method of calculating inflation is to be changed and based only on the essentials that everyday people need. The ‘Harrods Hamper’ method will apply from the start of the next financial year.

In fact, Russell a recent OFTLIE poll showed that 90% of Cabinet members (an overwhelming majority I think youd agree) questioned agreed that the problems faced by this country were caused by the poor.
Poor people buying cheap ready to eat horse meat meals (when good prime beef is readily available at any Fortnum and Masons)
Poor people clogging up the NHS with cases of scurvy because of, again, bad diet (you don't find cases of scurvy above stairs at Buck House, now do you)
Poor people skiving on the dole when good jobs go begging in ‘Poundland’ just because they don’t pay you.
Poor people with 38 kids, 4 cars, 16 40 inch TV sets and no intention of working (according to the facts in the Daily Mail) bleeding the country dry.
Poor European people coming over to the UK, working for peanuts, keeping honest bankers from receiving their just bonuses.

Rus, you forgotten all this, how possibly can the elite from the Bullingdon Club possibly reverse centuries of inept Socialist Governments that have sold off all the countries industry to their ‘red cronies’, shut down the mines, forced ship owners to seek the services of Far Eastern ship builders, encouraged communist school teachers to poison the minds of the hapless kids bought up on a diet of Moscow sponsored soap operas.

The Right Horrible ‘surely Honourable’ George Osborne ‘previously known as Mad George after George III’ will lead the ‘Peoples Republic of Gross Britannia’ on a noble crusade to eradicate the World of poverty by systematically wiping out every non-millionaire, leaving the World a much nicer and safer place for bullies, low IQ politicians, bankers and of course last but not least Brenda and the House of ‘Luverly Windsor and Kent with all its luverly hop fields and quaint Englishness, warm beer, the sound of leather against willow, the happy jingling of the Morris dancers bells etc, etc’ previously know as the House of Auschwitz (of course no relation to the Nazi fast food franchise of Hitlers’ Third Reich).

Don’t be blinded by some tree hugging, third columnist, mad woman bleating on about how this Government doesn’t care or understand the needs and aspirations of the NHS, treachery is what any sane person, like Michael Gove, would rightly say, neigh scream, as he alters the school curriculum to only include the history of Great Britain since 1969 (leaving out years from 1979 to 2010) so that our children (that are left after the ‘Cleansing of the Poor Act’) will get a balanced education making them fit to be the servants of the rich, happy kids cleaning out chimneys, kicking footballs in the streets again with their curly lice infected hair just the way Dickens would have liked it.

Give the people ‘Bread and Circuses’, Rus, and this country will be great again, Great Great Britain.

So as you will now understand Russell this is just a load of Bolshie scaremongering. I suggest you settle down to a nice episode of East Enders, the nice Olympics on DVD, or a rerun of Brendas Golden Jumbilee floatiller on the luverly Thames and forget all this malicious talk.

You know it make sense. :clap:

PS – Don’t forget we have your address and know what your family looks like. :wave:

Edited by tonyed, 31 March 2013 - 07:07.


#117 RC162

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Posted 31 March 2013 - 07:26

Pinko propaganda Russ. :eek:

You know full 'well' (no pun intended) that the National Wealth aka Health Service is safe under Dave and the British Nazi Party.

It will, of course, be only sold off to bone fide health service companies with a robust course record of processing unwanted human beings into cheap burgers or lasagne for those (un)fortunate to survive the up coming cull of the poor sponsored by Ian Drunken Arsehole, Secretary of State for Work and Pensions.

Those NHS hospitals not closed due to OFFHOSP reports based on (dubious) statistics that show that 200% of admissions die within 28 days of being gassed in one of Herr Lansleys ‘shower blocks’ (erratum dear Andrews’ reassignment centres) will be sold off to Eastern European meat processing factories (this topic has already been covered above).

Nurses previously trained to degree level will no longer be wanted under the new proposals, they will in future be retrained as tumbrel pullers with the happy (snappy) chant of ‘Bring out yer dead’ :smoking:

The Government white paper entitled ‘The Final Solution’ to be published for consultation after it has been ‘two line whipped’ through the 30 seconds allowed for debate will allow mass extermination or as we like to phrase it ‘repatriation’ of the poorest, most deformed and lower IQ Social Community Underling Members (****) of society privileged to form the vanguard of the ‘Meet Your Maker early’ cleansing scheme. :up:

Any valuables that **** (including gold fillings in teeth, a particularly vicarious method of theft) have (obviously) robbed the legitable owners of will be ‘harvested’ for the good of the countries bankers who in turn will all be beatified unto Saintdom.

To avoid further economic pressures caused by inflation, the method of calculating inflation is to be changed and based only on the essentials that everyday people need. The ‘Harrods Hamper’ method will apply from the start of the next financial year.

In fact, Russell a recent OFTLIE poll showed that 90% of Cabinet members (an overwhelming majority I think youd agree) questioned agreed that the problems faced by this country were caused by the poor.
Poor people buying cheap ready to eat horse meat meals (when good prime beef is readily available at any Fortnum and Masons)
Poor people clogging up the NHS with cases of scurvy because of, again, bad diet (you don't find cases of scurvy above stairs at Buck House, now do you)
Poor people skiving on the dole when good jobs go begging in ‘Poundland’ just because they don’t pay you.
Poor people with 38 kids, 4 cars, 16 40 inch TV sets and no intention of working (according to the facts in the Daily Mail) bleeding the country dry.
Poor European people coming over to the UK, working for peanuts, keeping honest bankers from receiving their just bonuses.

Rus, you forgotten all this, how possibly can the elite from the Bullingdon Club possibly reverse centuries of inept Socialist Governments that have sold off all the countries industry to their ‘red cronies’, shut down the mines, forced ship owners to seek the services of Far Eastern ship builders, encouraged communist school teachers to poison the minds of the hapless kids bought up on a diet of Moscow sponsored soap operas.

The Right Horrible ‘surely Honourable’ George Osborne ‘previously known as Mad George after George III’ will lead the ‘Peoples Republic of Gross Britannia’ on a noble crusade to eradicate the World of poverty by systematically wiping out every non-millionaire, leaving the World a much nicer and safer place for bullies, low IQ politicians, bankers and of course last but not least Brenda and the House of ‘Luverly Windsor and Kent with all its luverly hop fields and quaint Englishness, warm beer, the sound of leather against willow, the happy jingling of the Morris dancers bells etc, etc’ previously know as the House of Auschwitz (of course no relation to the Nazi fast food franchise of Hitlers’ Third Reich).

Don’t be blinded by some tree hugging, third columnist, mad woman bleating on about how this Government doesn’t care or understand the needs and aspirations of the NHS, treachery is what any sane person, like Michael Gove, would rightly say, neigh scream, as he alters the school curriculum to only include the history of Great Britain since 1969 (leaving out years from 1979 to 2010) so that our children (that are left after the ‘Cleansing of the Poor Act’) will get a balanced education making them fit to be the servants of the rich, happy kids cleaning out chimneys, kicking footballs in the streets again with their curly lice infected hair just the way Dickens would have liked it.

Give the people ‘Bread and Circuses’, Rus, and this country will be great again, Great Great Britain.

So as you will now understand Russell this is just a load of Bolshie scaremongering. I suggest you settle down to a nice episode of East Enders, the nice Olympics on DVD, or a rerun of Brendas Golden Jumbilee floatiller on the luverly Thames and forget all this malicious talk.

You know it make sense. :clap:

PS – Don’t forget we have your address and know what your family looks like. :wave:


I have a blood pressure monitor for sale if it would help ! :lol:


#118 Russell Burrows

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Posted 31 March 2013 - 14:29

Don’t forget we have your address and know what your family looks like. :wave:


I'm kinda relieved you don't....do you ?


#119 tonyed

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Posted 31 March 2013 - 16:22

I'm kinda relieved you don't....do you ?


We'll all have the same address soon 'Dotheboys Hall' or the 'Workhouse'. :wave:

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Posted 02 April 2013 - 11:39

Well said Tony, we are living in some very dark times just now and things are going to get worse because the organisations that run this world are lunatics in every aspect.

Where do you start and stop, ian duncan smith and his 39 pound a day breakfasts or camerons 250 grand kitchen or even the biggest social housing network in the world lived in by the worlds biggest land owner - the british royal family, all paid for by the general public.

we are being completely social engineered into thinking what we are told by the mainstream media, an example is the current hunger strike at Guantanamo Bay which has went on for over a month as already free civilians are being held against their will but its not on BBC, SKY or any other mainstream media channel, what is on is the latest celebrity style or what new phone is coming out.

http://www.euronews....-says-prisoner/

sad thing is when the majority of people are confronted with the truth about the lies, corruption and evil in this world they just blank it and dont give a monkeys as across the world they pit the poor against the poor, the unemployed and the disabled, and the public fall for this propoganda!

is it coincidence that saville was right in with the royals and the government, dark times indeed.

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Posted 02 April 2013 - 13:48

Well one thing made me smile over the weekend, the newspaper report about 830,000 people signing off from disability benefit when told they would be getting sent for a medical :lol:

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Posted 02 April 2013 - 15:32

Well one thing made me smile over the weekend, the newspaper report about 830,000 people signing off from disability benefit when told they would be getting sent for a medical :lol:

I wonder who's claiming that? This might be worth reading:
http://www.guardian....d-tax-avoidance

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Posted 02 April 2013 - 17:11

I wonder who's claiming that? This might be worth reading:
http://www.guardian....d-tax-avoidance


Once again Rus you pamper to the Pinko Propaganda.

The Grauindad is well known for its’ leftie views, which is a pity as it convinced many people to vote for Quisling Clegg in the last election and we have (fortunately) finished up with the most enlightened government since the Spanish Inquisition.

Gradgrind Gove (yes let’s here it for rote learning, ‘wealth good, poverty bad, wealth good, poverty bad) this should eliminate poverty at a stroke and increase the education level.

Oik Osborne, a man (no pun intended) who can count up to one if he takes off his socks and counts his IQ.

Matey Dave, sorry new improved Matey Dave, like two short planks now even thicker.

Ian Duncan Shit, reincarnated from the poor sop he was leading the British Nazi Party, now minister for >>>>>>>>>> well I’ve forgotten and no doubt he has too.

Theresa May the best vindication for Al-Qadir.

In the ‘I’ today is an article about Boris (Not)Godenov, who despite being written by the great playwright Pushkin turns out to be another dreg from Oxfords Bully club and not the Russian Tsar I believed him to be. It described Boris as Churchillian, and as you may recall had Hitler not resurrected Churchills’ career he would have been long forgotten as the abject political failure he was. Hopefully like Winnie he will too be booted out when this current war is over.

Anyway, Rus, despite the follies of our elected house (I would like to know how the workers need a majority of over 50% or more of those eligible to vote to sway industrial action when a bunch of low IQ bully boys only require a percentage vote of the available electorate of less than 15% to bring in legislation negatively affecting all but their own bum boys, answers on an unsigned cheque for billions to my Turks and Cacaos offshore account) This royal throne of kings, this scepter'd isle, This earth of majesty, this seat of Mars ... This blessed plot, this earth, this realm, this England" etc is in a great position to again conquer the globe. Soon we’ll have those pink bits all over again, India, Canada, South Africa, North Afrca, East Africa, West Africa, Central Africa, the bit of Africa just above and slightly left of the bit I forgot, Australia, Greenland, Orangeland , Blueland all the colours of the Rainbowland, all under the leadership of Empress Brenda, Lord Harry for England (hand me a glass of sherry, I’m swelling up here), The Beatles, The World Cup in 1966 when Sir Geoff single handedly fought of wave after wave of Hienkel and Dornier bombers to score three great goals, nil points in the Eurovision song contest just ‘cause the bastards hate us and are jealous, Bulldog Britain. Bugger the Scots let them have their independence to sink in a sea of Tennants lager and deep fried Mars Bars.

As the ‘Daily Mail’ headline said today ‘**** off you dole scrounging deadbeats, if Ian Drunken Shit can survive on £53 quid a week and have to maintain a rent free grade two listed home a society wife, four kids, a mistress, a bum boy, four rotweilers, two Rollers, two bottles of Krug at lunch on only 153 grand plus his wifes’ family fortune then so can you’.

I rest my case




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Posted 02 April 2013 - 17:41

Well one thing made me smile over the weekend, the newspaper report about 830,000 people signing off from disability benefit when told they would be getting sent for a medical :lol:


do you know anything about atos and how they work paul?

people would rather die than go through fixed, target driven atos rituals.

please feel free folks to start here and find out what all this is doing to people http://atosvictimsgr...uk/tag/suicide/

who cares though eh, weve got illegal wars to fight and banks to save (1.2 trillion of tax payers money on uk banks since 2008) and getting rid of the 'lazy, workshy scroungers' is justifiable.

Edited by rd500, 02 April 2013 - 18:05.


#125 larryd

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Posted 02 April 2013 - 21:08

Once again Rus you pamper to the Pinko Propaganda.

The Grauindad is well known for its’ leftie views, which is a pity as it convinced many people to vote for Quisling Clegg in the last election and we have (fortunately) finished up with the most enlightened government since the Spanish Inquisition.

Gradgrind Gove (yes let’s here it for rote learning, ‘wealth good, poverty bad, wealth good, poverty bad) this should eliminate poverty at a stroke and increase the education level.

Oik Osborne, a man (no pun intended) who can count up to one if he takes off his socks and counts his IQ.

Matey Dave, sorry new improved Matey Dave, like two short planks now even thicker.

Ian Duncan Shit, reincarnated from the poor sop he was leading the British Nazi Party, now minister for >>>>>>>>>> well I’ve forgotten and no doubt he has too.

Theresa May the best vindication for Al-Qadir.

In the ‘I’ today is an article about Boris (Not)Godenov, who despite being written by the great playwright Pushkin turns out to be another dreg from Oxfords Bully club and not the Russian Tsar I believed him to be. It described Boris as Churchillian, and as you may recall had Hitler not resurrected Churchills’ career he would have been long forgotten as the abject political failure he was. Hopefully like Winnie he will too be booted out when this current war is over.

Anyway, Rus, despite the follies of our elected house (I would like to know how the workers need a majority of over 50% or more of those eligible to vote to sway industrial action when a bunch of low IQ bully boys only require a percentage vote of the available electorate of less than 15% to bring in legislation negatively affecting all but their own bum boys, answers on an unsigned cheque for billions to my Turks and Cacaos offshore account) This royal throne of kings, this scepter'd isle, This earth of majesty, this seat of Mars ... This blessed plot, this earth, this realm, this England" etc is in a great position to again conquer the globe. Soon we’ll have those pink bits all over again, India, Canada, South Africa, North Afrca, East Africa, West Africa, Central Africa, the bit of Africa just above and slightly left of the bit I forgot, Australia, Greenland, Orangeland , Blueland all the colours of the Rainbowland, all under the leadership of Empress Brenda, Lord Harry for England (hand me a glass of sherry, I’m swelling up here), The Beatles, The World Cup in 1966 when Sir Geoff single handedly fought of wave after wave of Hienkel and Dornier bombers to score three great goals, nil points in the Eurovision song contest just ‘cause the bastards hate us and are jealous, Bulldog Britain. Bugger the Scots let them have their independence to sink in a sea of Tennants lager and deep fried Mars Bars.

As the ‘Daily Mail’ headline said today ‘**** off you dole scrounging deadbeats, if Ian Drunken Shit can survive on £53 quid a week and have to maintain a rent free grade two listed home a society wife, four kids, a mistress, a bum boy, four rotweilers, two Rollers, two bottles of Krug at lunch on only 153 grand plus his wifes’ family fortune then so can you’.

I rest my case


Tony, whenever you start the tumbrils rolling, please let me know and I'll be right behind you.

The more of these bastards we put to Madame Guillotine, and the sooner, the better :mad:


#126 tonyed

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Posted 03 April 2013 - 16:51

do you know anything about atos and how they work paul?

people would rather die than go through fixed, target driven atos rituals.

please feel free folks to start here and find out what all this is doing to people http://atosvictimsgr...uk/tag/suicide/

who cares though eh, weve got illegal wars to fight and banks to save (1.2 trillion of tax payers money on uk banks since 2008) and getting rid of the 'lazy, workshy scroungers' is justifiable.


Ah yes, The Hyundai Atos

The Hyundai Atos (also known as Atoz, Amica and Santro Xing) is a city car produced by Hyundai. The original Atos was introduced in 1997. In 1999, it was joined by the less controversially styled Atos Prime. It uses the G4HC Epsilon straight-4 engine. The second generation Atos Prime was launched in 2003. It comes with a 1086 cc G4HG engine.

Sort of car that those bleeding heart, tree hugging social workers give the terminally unemployed, gratis, along with some ex WW2 demob suit to go for a totally unsuitable job interview (like they were ever interested other than getting a free skateboard and a poxy suit). Doing 35 mph flat stick holding back me and my Porsche Cayenne trying to get into my vital City job by midday.

Give me breathing space guys, but with out my 14 meg bonus these 'spasmoes' wouldn't benefit from 'filter down'. Now where's my Alan B'stard power suit?

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Posted 03 April 2013 - 17:06

Once again Rus you pamper to the Pinko Propaganda.

The Grauindad is well known for its’ leftie views, which is a pity as it convinced many people to vote for Quisling Clegg in the last election and we have (fortunately) finished up with the most enlightened government since the Spanish Inquisition.

Gradgrind Gove (yes let’s here it for rote learning, ‘wealth good, poverty bad, wealth good, poverty bad) this should eliminate poverty at a stroke and increase the education level.

Oik Osborne, a man (no pun intended) who can count up to one if he takes off his socks and counts his IQ.

Matey Dave, sorry new improved Matey Dave, like two short planks now even thicker.

Ian Duncan Shit, reincarnated from the poor sop he was leading the British Nazi Party, now minister for >>>>>>>>>> well I’ve forgotten and no doubt he has too.

Theresa May the best vindication for Al-Qadir.

In the ‘I’ today is an article about Boris (Not)Godenov, who despite being written by the great playwright Pushkin turns out to be another dreg from Oxfords Bully club and not the Russian Tsar I believed him to be. It described Boris as Churchillian, and as you may recall had Hitler not resurrected Churchills’ career he would have been long forgotten as the abject political failure he was. Hopefully like Winnie he will too be booted out when this current war is over.

Anyway, Rus, despite the follies of our elected house (I would like to know how the workers need a majority of over 50% or more of those eligible to vote to sway industrial action when a bunch of low IQ bully boys only require a percentage vote of the available electorate of less than 15% to bring in legislation negatively affecting all but their own bum boys, answers on an unsigned cheque for billions to my Turks and Cacaos offshore account) This royal throne of kings, this scepter'd isle, This earth of majesty, this seat of Mars ... This blessed plot, this earth, this realm, this England" etc is in a great position to again conquer the globe. Soon we’ll have those pink bits all over again, India, Canada, South Africa, North Afrca, East Africa, West Africa, Central Africa, the bit of Africa just above and slightly left of the bit I forgot, Australia, Greenland, Orangeland , Blueland all the colours of the Rainbowland, all under the leadership of Empress Brenda, Lord Harry for England (hand me a glass of sherry, I’m swelling up here), The Beatles, The World Cup in 1966 when Sir Geoff single handedly fought of wave after wave of Hienkel and Dornier bombers to score three great goals, nil points in the Eurovision song contest just ‘cause the bastards hate us and are jealous, Bulldog Britain. Bugger the Scots let them have their independence to sink in a sea of Tennants lager and deep fried Mars Bars.

As the ‘Daily Mail’ headline said today ‘**** off you dole scrounging deadbeats, if Ian Drunken Shit can survive on £53 quid a week and have to maintain a rent free grade two listed home a society wife, four kids, a mistress, a bum boy, four rotweilers, two Rollers, two bottles of Krug at lunch on only 153 grand plus his wifes’ family fortune then so can you’.

I rest my case

:wave: :rotfl:
Thanks Tony. I was having a miserable day and you got me laughing. Quite a feat these days, I can tell you..
They really are a shower, aren't they.

#128 Paul Collins

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Posted 03 April 2013 - 20:06

Ah yes, The Hyundai Atos

The Hyundai Atos (also known as Atoz, Amica and Santro Xing) is a city car produced by Hyundai. The original Atos was introduced in 1997. In 1999, it was joined by the less controversially styled Atos Prime. It uses the G4HC Epsilon straight-4 engine. The second generation Atos Prime was launched in 2003. It comes with a 1086 cc G4HG engine.


Hadnt actually heard of that one, but my mate had a Stellar when they first came out, I think it was a re-modelled Ford Cortina

#129 fil2.8

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Posted 03 April 2013 - 22:45

Hadnt actually heard of that one, but my mate had a Stellar when they first came out, I think it was a re-modelled Ford Cortina



I had quite a few Stella's when I was younger :drunk: :drunk: , bit more refined now :well: ..................i'm on snakebite :eek:


Edited by fil2.8, 03 April 2013 - 22:49.


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Posted 04 April 2013 - 10:27

I had quite a few Stella's when I was younger :drunk: :drunk: , bit more refined now :well: ..................i'm on snakebite :eek:

Hi Phil :wave:

You going to Darley? I saw you were looking for some leathers, are you parading one of your fine stable?

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Posted 04 April 2013 - 14:42

Hi Phil :wave:

You going to Darley? I saw you were looking for some leathers, are you parading one of your fine stable?




Watcha , Mick :up:

Yes , I am going to Darley , not taking any bikes , got a few loose ends to tie up , i'll explain when I see you , I take it you'll be there ?? , I won't be staying on site , no motorhome now  ;) , staying in a nearby hotel :wave:


#132 exclubracer

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Posted 04 April 2013 - 14:53

Watcha , Mick :up:

Yes , I am going to Darley , not taking any bikes , got a few loose ends to tie up , i'll explain when I see you , I take it you'll be there ?? , I won't be staying on site , no motorhome now ;) , staying in a nearby hotel :wave:

Hi Phil, yes I'll be there but not able to ride sadly, still recovering from a knee op so not got full movement in my leg :well: I was there last weekend, it was bloody freezing with piles of snow everywhere but hopefully it'll be a bit warmer for the next meeting. :up:

You need to get yourself a campervan.  ;)

See ya there :wave:

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Posted 05 April 2013 - 08:52


Oh I do look forward to all contributions from Tony!

Genius.

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Posted 09 April 2013 - 16:33

I had quite a few Stella's when I was younger :drunk: :drunk: , bit more refined now :well: ..................i'm on snakebite :eek:


Just recovering from last nights revelries (three guesses for what)

1. The Nigerian scam that I'd inherited 10.5 million US dollars was true and I'm off to California to buy KRs 500 YZR that's up for sale.

2. I have discovered that during the 70s when I assumed I was permanently drunk and racing in clubbies I had in fact won three 500 world championships for Yamaha.

3. Thatcher died :clap:

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Posted 16 August 2013 - 15:50



#136 tonyed

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Posted 16 August 2013 - 16:01


I can't even afford the crumbs from my own table :confused:

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Posted 26 August 2013 - 18:35

I'm looking for some parts.  Trying to find a pair of original wheels and discs for a 1987 HONDA RS250R NF5  Rumours are that a few Irish lads may be able to help and Alex George has indicated that Michael Dunlop may have some parts so if anyone is in contact with Michael or knows of any of these parts please let me know.  It's an ex Woolsey Coulter machine if anyone has any pictures and is said to be his 1989 NW200 250cc winning bike.  



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Posted 27 August 2013 - 19:04

I'll be in the MGP paddock tomorrow, Michael was still around today but the classic boys have finished now, i'll try and track him down for you.

 

Is the 87 the rare one with both exhausts on one side, of which from memory only a handful came to the UK?


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Posted 28 August 2013 - 05:46



I'll be in the MGP paddock tomorrow, Michael was still around today but the classic boys have finished now, i'll try and track him down for you.

 

Is the 87 the rare one with both exhausts on one side, of which from memory only a handful came to the UK?

 

Yes that's the one. They made 4 works bikes and 25 production bikes.  Any help would be great. Many thanks.

 

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#140 tonyed

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Posted 28 August 2013 - 05:52

Rick Degan has a set of 86 wheels new



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Posted 28 August 2013 - 17:58

Rick Degan has a set of 86 wheels new

 

 

Many thanks for that Tony.  Hope you won't mind but we hope to check this guy out first to see if he has some 87 wheels. Claims to have bought up the HRC US inventory so we may get lucky on all the bits but I'll let you know how we get on.

 

http://www.ebay.com/...5-/200624150786



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Posted 03 September 2013 - 20:35

Looking back through my photos, here is one from British Champs at Brands in '87 (I think) - don't know who was riding it then, but it might have been Coulter:

 

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and then the same bike after it had passed down the food chain to a North Glocs. clubbie at Colerne in about 1989 or '90: 

 

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Paul M



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Posted 01 October 2013 - 16:51

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I just had to share this bit of ingenuity :lol: !

#144 picblanc

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Posted 01 October 2013 - 20:27

Nice! early Brembos on wooden wheels!!

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Posted 01 October 2013 - 21:14

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I just had to share this bit of ingenuity :lol: !

 

No way that would get through scrutineering, the spindle isn't lock wired!! :yawnface:



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Posted 01 October 2013 - 23:54

He'll be doing a disc change before a pad change...



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Posted 02 October 2013 - 06:44

Never mind articles and suggestions on the treatment and preservation of aging magnesium, those wooden wheels could do with a coat or two of Ronseal, but I like the easy access to the tube valve :smoking:



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Posted 01 January 2014 - 14:49

Happy New Year to All Forum Members!

 

Please accept with no obligation, implied or implicit, my best wishes for a personally fulfilling, financially solvent, medically favourable and mechanically untroubled, recognition of the onset of the calendar year 2014. This wish is limited to the customary and usual good tidings for a period of one year, or until the issuance of a subsequent holiday greeting, whichever comes first. 'Holiday' is not intended to, nor shall it be considered, limited to, religious observances or to any organized or ad-hoc community, group, individual or belief (or lack thereof). Note: By accepting this greeting, you are accepting these terms. This greeting is subject to clarification or withdrawal, and is revocable at the sole discretion of the wisher at any time, for any reason, or for no reason at all. This greeting is freely transferable with no alteration to the original greeting. This greeting implies no promise by the wisher to actually implement any of the wishes for the wisher, her/himself or others, or responsibility for the consequences which may arise from the implementation or non-implementation of it. Thank you for your friendship, business, patience, interest or whichever other non-listed description characterizes our relationship, and may it improve in a mutually enjoyable and responsible manner in the very near future, or as soon as is mutually acceptable to all parties concerned.

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Posted 01 January 2014 - 15:18

quite  :wave:



#150 tonyed

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Posted 02 January 2014 - 08:12

 

Happy New Year to All Forum Members!

 

Please accept with no obligation, implied or implicit, my best wishes for a personally fulfilling, financially solvent, medically favourable and mechanically untroubled, recognition of the onset of the calendar year 2014. This wish is limited to the customary and usual good tidings for a period of one year, or until the issuance of a subsequent holiday greeting, whichever comes first. 'Holiday' is not intended to, nor shall it be considered, limited to, religious observances or to any organized or ad-hoc community, group, individual or belief (or lack thereof). Note: By accepting this greeting, you are accepting these terms. This greeting is subject to clarification or withdrawal, and is revocable at the sole discretion of the wisher at any time, for any reason, or for no reason at all. This greeting is freely transferable with no alteration to the original greeting. This greeting implies no promise by the wisher to actually implement any of the wishes for the wisher, her/himself or others, or responsibility for the consequences which may arise from the implementation or non-implementation of it. Thank you for your friendship, business, patience, interest or whichever other non-listed description characterizes our relationship, and may it improve in a mutually enjoyable and responsible manner in the very near future, or as soon as is mutually acceptable to all parties concerned.

:wave: Cheers!

 

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Unfortunately for you Barry I ran this past my Lawyer from Sue, Grabbit and Run who noticed a defamatory insult to me personally in your New Year statement of limited term well wishes. You will be hearing from said upholder of the law with respect to the 'smiley' which I found fundamentally demeaning to my human rights (as due to some idiosyncrasy I do not have access to such and as such cannot post a repost in kind). I suggest an out of court settlement to save you from a 'Nigella' style in dock roasting at the hands my Silk.

 

 


Edited by tonyed, 02 January 2014 - 08:15.