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Old 21 April 2003, 20:01   #31
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Just like the idea of using guns...

Nah, currently considering going in as an officer, providing I actually pass my A levels. So its more like I have a fetish for shouting AT people...

If you can beat 50p per bottle for that heineken then I'll have it, failing that, I'm back off to the local rock club, I so love monday nights.

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Old 22 April 2003, 06:53   #32
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I'm having a good run at the moment, beer wise. hen I first went out to the RoRo and delivered some crew. Just after I cast off the Bosun attracted my attention. I looked up and he was making a hand gesture, which inicated he thought I was a Wa**er, this surprised me as I am not that bad a boat driver.

He then shouted Hustler, which again surprised me as our charges are quite reasonable. Suddenly it dawned on me that he needed some reading material of an adult type! The crew have been stuck out their for 35 days afetr all. (Whiteshoes, doesn't that remind you of the old board Joke)

So on the next trip out I delievered some magazines for the Bosun and he lowered down a few slabs of Beers. So if anyof you fancies a slab of Heinecen then just deliver a couple of Dirty Mags to one of the Big Ships anchored off the Isle of White.

Anyway I am going to try the stuff out so I'd best give Alan a slab.
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Old 27 April 2003, 04:52   #33
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who grease my palms (or get me drunk) and you wont have to clean your boat all year!!! Alan P
Hey Alan, I think I deserve the details of your conconction as I did try my best to get you drunk in Gsy- cheers!
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Old 27 April 2003, 13:59   #34
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Charles. Glad to see you back. the details of the gear are somewhere on this thread and as for trying to get me drunk, you certainly succeded where others have failed..
Cheers Alan P
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Old 29 April 2003, 06:39   #35
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Just to let you know he was so hung over he fell asleep on my sofa while Clive and the rest of us went for a walk.

He was even shaky about having a beer at lunch time.

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Old 12 May 2003, 08:45   #36
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When it is dry only the sealer will scatch, not the tube.
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Alan,
Going to try this on our Ribcraft. Slightly nervous that we are constantly pulling divers in and out of the water across the tubes. In your opinion, will this scuff the sealant off the tubes, and if so, will the scuffed area look more unsightly than the current, slightly faded, tubes?

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David

It will scuff the sealant off after a while, but it's really quick and easy to reapply some more sealer over the affected area (easier to fix than scuffed or faded tubes!).

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