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Old 19 May 2005, 10:50   #71
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For once I am........

.....more than happy to bow to someone elses superior knowledge However from now until the day I die, every time I go into a public convenience I'll be forever looking under doors for large paper bags
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Old 19 May 2005, 11:19   #72
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every time I go into a public convenience I'll be forever looking under doors for large paper bags
Personally I would only ever recommend the type of public convenience illustrated below. This particular model is 'cottaging proof' since it features twin torsion spring door closures and an anti-jemmy locking mechanism. Furthermore, unlike traditional cottage-style public toilet blocks there is no air gap under the door thereby preventing potential 'cottagers' from peering underneath for paper bags.
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Old 19 May 2005, 11:29   #73
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Jesus Phil.........

.........don't you think you have just a little too much time on your hands ?
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Old 19 May 2005, 11:38   #74
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[B]This particular model is 'cottaging proof' since it features twin torsion spring door closures and an anti-jemmy locking mechanism. Furthermore, unlike traditional cottage-style public toilet [/B


must be codpieces rib?? does it float- I can see that his NVG's are hung up over the lip.....

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Old 19 May 2005, 12:01   #75
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Personally I would only ever recommend the type of public convenience illustrated below. This particular model is 'cottaging proof' since it features twin torsion spring door closures and an anti-jemmy locking mechanism. Furthermore, unlike traditional cottage-style public toilet blocks there is no air gap under the door thereby preventing potential 'cottagers' from peering underneath for paper bags.
Dosn't it travel in time as well???
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Old 19 May 2005, 18:20   #76
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Errr, after a short break I have just checked out what I thought was a hot debate regarding Navman or Raymarine gear and lordy lordy how the thread has deviated (how apt). Now if you'd started the thread with a topic like 'dogging and cottaging for beginners' you would have had my undivided attention all along. I am curious how many other threads have strayed into the realms of fetishism or explored the finer points of necrophilia, maybe I shall try the search and find out.

I would love to join this new line of banter but I have to go to the pet shop to get another gerbil, the last one split !

What a curious collection of twisted folk you ribbers are, welcome to the fold brothers.

Keep up the vitriolic rapport it's a great spectator sport.
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Old 20 May 2005, 05:30   #77
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What a curious collection of twisted folk you ribbers are, welcome to the fold brothers.

Keep up the vitriolic rapport it's a great spectator sport.


At last somebody understands...... Its just fun.... Frankly - I just adore
codpiece, dont forget ribbers are an entirely different breed of humanity.You have a rib because you want to go FAST and ignore all conventionality.
And just check the number of views when Codpiece and myself are going at it( not cottaging heavens forbid- just think of all the advertising JK can sell when he shows the number of views. What do you want ? some kind of over 70's convention??

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Maybe you should have a look at Lowrance. Just bought a 10,4 inch plotter with fishfinder for a fair price.
It's last years model for 30 % of the normal price. Payed about 1600 euro.

Have been testing it for a hour now and I think it's a great machine. Working very fast en has a very clear sunview screen.

Can do lots of things with the thing.

the lcx104c.

I have tried some Navman instruments and will not try them anymore because of the moistureproblems and slow action.

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