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Old 10 November 2006, 05:14   #1
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New Rib Magazine web site

New Rib Magazine website now up and running by the looks of things.
http://ribevents.com/site/index.php?...tpage&Itemid=1
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Old 10 November 2006, 05:47   #2
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It looks like they are making a whole load of old articles and boat tests freely available which is cool!

Oh, and there's the Official R.I.B. Forum too which will come as a relief to everyone who has been searching for a decent RIB forum

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Old 10 November 2006, 05:53   #3
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It looks like they are making a whole load of old articles and boat tests freely available which is cool!

Oh, and there's the Official R.I.B. Forum too which will come as a relief to everyone who has been searching for a decent RIB forum

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Yep but I wonder if there threads shall go as off topic as an other RIB forum…which is always a highlight.

Need to buy a new kettle any one got any advice.
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Yep but I wonder if there threads shall go as off topic as an other RIB forum…which is always a highlight.

Need to buy a new kettle any one got any advice.
Well that would depend if you are after a kettle made in the UK or one from China?
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Don't be silly. A china kettle is called a tea pot.
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Well that would depend if you are after a kettle made in the UK or one from China?
Would have to buy British if available…. Go Cod / BogMonster there is your Land Rover opportunity.
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Would have to buy British if available…. Go Cod / BogMonster there is your Land Rover opportunity.
Nah, I have gone right off British built products. Especially orange ones... though most Land Rovers are more sensible colours and don't burst
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Don't be silly. A china kettle is called a tea pot.
That's why you're on the honours list every year. You know your kettles from your teapots.

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