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Offline berger

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« on: 22.03. 2019 00:56 »
I have just noticed that I have become a LEG - END , well my mates have known that for years *countdown* *bash*

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Re: legends
« Reply #1 on: 22.03. 2019 08:45 »
bergs...Congratulations. Must be the "likes" score has passed the magic 250.

 To me you are an oasis of calm in a sea of troubles...as Arthur Daley would say.

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Re: legends
« Reply #2 on: 22.03. 2019 09:36 »
G'day berger.  *yeah*
It's the 500+ posts.
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Re: legends
« Reply #3 on: 22.03. 2019 11:50 »
cheers musky and swarfy, I know I talk a load of nonsense sometimes *conf* but some of the time I get it right *smile* musky you brought a tear to the eyes. not been out since last Friday been very busy with the rrt2 prep ready to put away while other  *work* goes on and of course doing other things around the abode *razz*. I'm glad I studied things because I found some person over the years had put a worm on the layshaft from a std box,i have the proper  rrt2 speedo drive and by greasing the two gears I found there was just contact- not good. so then I confirmed it was a std layshaft drive gear and measured all the gears I have and I hadn't got the proper one. so ebay found one and if I hadn't have taken up this modern technology  *computer*I would probably have been stooook. pub today though  *beer* *beer*

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Re: legends
« Reply #4 on: 22.03. 2019 13:42 »
bergs..   Slightly off topic, but the Harviestoun Brewery in Alva, Scotland, produce a 6% Black Ale, called Old Engine Oil. This is suitable for all dry throats, and can be enjoyed as and when required.

 Available from your local Waitrose, and also on draught at the Pig and Pump, Chesterfield, it is just the thing to toast your well deserved new found status.

 I shall raise my glass to your health and successful endeavours.

 All the best.

 Swarfy.

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Re: legends
« Reply #5 on: 22.03. 2019 14:15 »
waitrose!!!! bloom ek can't afford them, black an tans today,  right off out bye  *beer* *beer* *beer*