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 on: Today at 10:18:25 AM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by Tonji
Looks like auto correct changed Emerson to Wilson fittipaldi

Think the younger Andretti was Michael

Big clue in your post too teeks.

Jonathan and Jolyon Palmer

Off to think of another


Oh yes, Emerson.

Jonathan Palmer - the dad - was not exactly pre-eminent in F1, but a very successful businessman I believe, & owns, amongst other stuff, Bedford Autodrome.

He's quite a powerful figure in British motorsport, his company owns Brands Hatch & other circuits.

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 on: Today at 10:08:36 AM 
Started by RED-DOG - Last post by Tractor
Have you always wondered if you shocked yourself with electricity, which type of electricity would hurt more: AC (Alternating Current) or DC (Direct Current)?


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 on: Today at 10:05:48 AM 
Started by RED-DOG - Last post by Karabiner
Another thing about Bronco loo-paper, it was virtually impossible to tear it along the perforations for some reason.

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 on: Today at 09:58:11 AM 
Started by RED-DOG - Last post by tikay
Help please.

On the face of it, this is a simple question but we have a difference of opinion at Chez Red. (Me V everyone else)

Should the toilet roll hang with the loose end on the inside, near the wall, or on the outside away from the wall?

Answers accompanied by logical reasons appreciated.

Note, to give you an idea of the scope of this argument, "loose end outside makes it easier for a Labrador puppy to grab" has been muted as a logical reason.

When the loo was in the back yard the walls would often be damp through condensation and having the loose end against the wall meant soggy loo paper. Not a good thing.


In those days the loo-paper would usually be Bronco which didn't really get damp as it resembled greaseproof paper; it made a damn fine kazoo if you wrapped a sheet around your comb though.

Oh my, Bronco, what memories. Whoever thought shiny paper would do the job.

I was an Izal or Jeyes man.





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 on: Today at 09:53:43 AM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by tikay
Lewis didn't sound at all confident of completing on SSN last night. Don't like betting on this non-sport but will have a bit on.

Can get 6-4 Vettel podiuming on the machine.


Come on chompy, let's not let our standards drop, podiuming indeed.

The correct terminology is podiumating.

 6 
 on: Today at 09:52:23 AM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by tikay
Looks like auto correct changed Emerson to Wilson fittipaldi

Think the younger Andretti was Michael

Big clue in your post too teeks.

Jonathan and Jolyon Palmer

Off to think of another


Oh yes, Emerson.

Jonathan Palmer - the dad - was not exactly pre-eminent in F1, but a very successful businessman I believe, & owns, amongst other stuff, Bedford Autodrome.

 7 
 on: Today at 09:52:15 AM 
Started by Tonji - Last post by Tonji


Emotional finish to the Giro.

What a classy guy Esteban Chaves is.

 8 
 on: Today at 09:50:58 AM 
Started by RED-DOG - Last post by Karabiner
Help please.

On the face of it, this is a simple question but we have a difference of opinion at Chez Red. (Me V everyone else)

Should the toilet roll hang with the loose end on the inside, near the wall, or on the outside away from the wall?

Answers accompanied by logical reasons appreciated.

Note, to give you an idea of the scope of this argument, "loose end outside makes it easier for a Labrador puppy to grab" has been muted as a logical reason.

When the loo was in the back yard the walls would often be damp through condensation and having the loose end against the wall meant soggy loo paper. Not a good thing.


In those days the loo-paper would usually be Bronco which didn't really get damp as it resembled greaseproof paper; it made a damn fine kazoo if you wrapped a sheet around your comb though.

 9 
 on: Today at 09:50:14 AM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by tikay
Mario & Marco(?) Andretti.

Seem to recall there were a lot of Andretti's.

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 on: Today at 09:43:27 AM 
Started by RED-DOG - Last post by RED-DOG
I'll tell you what I don't understand. If a couple want to get divorced why is it a palaver? Why can't they just go to a registry office and pay a fee and it's done instantly?

It kind of makes sense. Marriage is pretty important so it shouldn't be easy to switch it on and off at will. It would make it all pointless.

What I don't understand is why it's so easy to get married in the first place? It should be a similar palaver to get married then maybe there wouldn't be quite so many in the queue for your 5 minute divorces.




Yes, I see where you're coming from. Make em stay married for an extra year or so. That'll teach em.  Tongue

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