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Old 12 December 2005, 11:00   #11
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itt woz practicul bote owener hoo didd a tesst ov orl de reeflectirs

thay sed thay woz orl crapp

wot de bastuds didunt tel yew woz dat too weaks layter thay fownd owt dat de raydar thay woz yewsin woz fukt

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Old 12 December 2005, 11:11   #12
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I can confirm that the active radar reflector are the most visibal on radar. A word of caution, it will make your little boat look like a much larger ship on the radar...
What more could you ask for?

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Old 12 December 2005, 11:12   #13
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itt woz practicul bote owener hoo didd a tesst ov orl de reeflectirs

thay sed thay woz orl crapp

wot de bastuds didunt tel yew woz dat too weaks layter thay fownd owt dat de raydar thay woz yewsin woz fukt

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Like they say ‘never let the facts get I the way of a good story’

Never ceases to amaze me how much store we place in what a journalist writes. Most journalists know virtually nothing about their chosen subject and yet we believe every word Take JC as an example, spouts about the handling and performance of cars but was out driven by a woman a German woman at that (NOI) who actually knew what handling was and how to use it. Des
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Old 12 December 2005, 11:17   #14
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What more could you ask for?.....
I agree for open waters, but in crowded waters like the Solent, a boat fitted with a active radar reflector paints out everything around it, it looks like one large boat when in fact there are several. Des
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Old 12 December 2005, 11:21   #15
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Most journalists know virtually nothing about their chosen subject

iz dat mann fromm swonzee hoo hazunt gott a bote a jernolist

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Old 12 December 2005, 11:31   #17
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Like they say ‘never let the facts get I the way of a good story’

Never ceases to amaze me how much store we place in what a journalist writes. Most journalists know virtually nothing about their chosen subject and yet we believe every word Take JC as an example, spouts about the handling and performance of cars but was out driven by a woman a German woman at that (NOI) who actually knew what handling was and how to use it. Des
The fact that she drives the "ring" every day of her life and is a racing driver had nothing to do with it of course!!!

Clarkson happens to be pretty handy in a car and I am sure not many people would have been trusted with a new Bugatti.....
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You'll get a fkin card you will.
No he won't cos the Garfish is COOL - not obnoxious and sad!!!
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Old 12 December 2005, 11:49   #19
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The fact that she drives the "ring" every day of her life and is a racing driver had nothing to do with it of course!!!

Clarkson happens to be pretty handy in a car and I am sure not many people would have been trusted with a new Bugatti.....
Everyone knows JC can’t drive, it’s sad you don’t do you know that Santa Claus isn’t real

Incidentally Dame Ellen was faster that JC, that says it all Des
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No he won't cos the Garfish is COOL - not obnoxious and sad!!!
Hello matey, I think you must have accidentally replied to the wrong thread because this has nothing whatever to do with you.

Hope you find the right one.

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