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Old 11 December 2007, 14:14   #41
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this is brilliant keep it up
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Old 12 December 2007, 02:46   #42
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Yes, yes. Great thread. More input from 'Havener' please. A senior position in the public sector health 'n safety industry awaits.

As for the guy Garfish, his posts are usually - no, should not be rude. He deserves post of the year award for his 'pool' post. Nice one.


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Old 12 December 2007, 04:37   #43
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yes it is.....damn thing needs my thumb on it all the time

anyway if i remember correctly i was the one bailing the car out with a saucepan!!!

Actually i remember, you were the other side with a funnel...cant beleive we forgot the bucket!
na nor can i mate. weve got all that equipment and still fotgot a blooming bucket.

and as for the button you could of let chaz do it but she would probabliy be scared of breaking a nail
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Old 12 December 2007, 04:59   #44
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Yes, yes. Great thread. More input from 'Havener' please. A senior position in the public sector health 'n safety industry awaits.
Such a shame the first contribution to the debate couldn't be a useful one.

I'm no fan of Health n'safety for its usual role, that of jobs creation. However I do like to go out on a job and return with the same number of crew I left with.

Perhaps you should look at the record of well intentioned people entering floodwater to help others only not to return before making such fatuous comments.
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Old 12 December 2007, 08:16   #45
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na nor can i mate. weve got all that equipment and still fotgot a blooming bucket.

and as for the button you could of let chaz do it but she would probabliy be scared of breaking a nail

Ill tell her that...she may well boot you one in the nads for it lol

she managed to keep herself busy looking after those kids ....poor girl lol
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Old 12 December 2007, 08:53   #46
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Such a shame the first contribution to the debate couldn't be a useful one.

What like this one?

"Just shown that to a couple of crew here who have been driving (big) water jets for years.

Reaction - laughter and much use of the word "knob" lol...

"We advise"... just who does this joker think... "
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Old 13 December 2007, 04:13   #47
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Ill tell her that...she may well boot you one in the nads for it lol

she managed to keep herself busy looking after those kids ....poor girl lol
yer thats right fair play 2 her 4 that lol remember me andu have to go down gangwerily at some stage this weekend to get some equipment for wales.
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yer thats right fair play 2 her 4 that lol remember me andu have to go down gangwerily at some stage this weekend to get some equipment for wales.
Havn't you two got msn messenger or mobile phones?
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Old 13 December 2007, 06:30   #49
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Havn't you two got msn messenger or mobile phones?
yes but hes never on the computer when i am
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Perhaps you should look at the record of well intentioned people entering floodwater to help others only not to return before making such fatuous comments.
It's usually a weekly occurrence in the UK, and daily in the US.

Here is this weeks poor unfortunate.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/e...et/7137312.stm

It's very easy to find hundreds more.
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