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Old 30 September 2007, 17:35   #1
Country: UK - Scotland
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Just looked at the who's on line bit!

Here's one to get all those Up North Ribbers out of lurking in the shadows of the forum....

Boats over 5m shouldn't be allowed out on the Clyde, on days ending in 'y'

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Old 06 October 2007, 10:01   #2
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Only just noticed this: the JK fellow shifted what was obviously going to be a deeply RIB-related discussion into the wrong section.

We philosophical west coasters only ever discuss the finer points of aquatic activities in an appropriate place, unlike the more argumentative element down closer to the equator.

Ah well, where were we, young Lochinvar? What was your point, and to whom did you refer? 'Cos there's different people logged in now, probably.
Some of whom don't go blatting round Old Caledonia in scale models of RIBs

And to get back on the off-topic, we've just picked half a pound of young mussels off "Cowal's" bum. "The worst job I ever had was..." That'll teach us to use mooring within a mile of the mollusc farm
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