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Stan

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There will soon be more "Bugger All" members than regular members.

Can I join if I pretend to know bugger all ? Some say I don't anyway. :D

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Mike,

I think ericp is number 4, Andy will be 5. I reckon you are number 6? Sargon will be number 7.

I think that's how it falls, if all who expressed an interest join that is!

Boy, that was hard work :o

Take care,

Stan. ;)

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Roy,

Of course you can join :D But pretending you know "Bugger All", I doubt you get away with that! Are the people who doubt you Horologists or bin men? That may be significant. ;)

Take care,

Stan.

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I think it was me that started the numbering, sorry. Seems to have stuck now though!

Roy I agree with the rest you are the boss, gaffer, main man, top bloke, etc etc. but remember we all know bugger all! :D

Paul the only thing that excludes you is knowing considerably more than bugger all!

Remember a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. Better to play it safe and know bugger all!

My dad always said I know bugger all about nuffin!

Hey wait a minute isn't that a double negative, bugger! :lol:

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Hey just noticed I'm over 200 posts WoW.

I'm still below 100 on TZUK where it all started for me, must go to prove something.

Although what it proves I don't know (of course) ;) .

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Mike,

Good on ya! I saw the Prisoner the first time round (1967), shows how old I am! <_<

I think we should dump the number thing, if everyone agrees?

I don't give a bugger what number I am, it's good to be amongst such people, that's all. We are all equal, I think?

The membership shall decide ;)

Take care,

Stan.

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Stan,

I don't give a "bugger" either way, it just came to mind with all the talk of numbers. I'm happy to go a long with the majority. If we keep the numbers we could set a target then form a breakaway forum for all us "buggers" :o Only joking Roy :ph34r:

MIKE..

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Roy Help, how do you do a poll thingy? (as if we'd know).

We need to determine whether we have membership numbers for our bugger all cliub and none of us know bugger all! :lol:

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Mike,

I'm going to be a boring t...... where's the asterisk key? There! T***, did you see the Prisoner?

I loved this when I was a kid but I'm worried about Paddy Mc Goohan, I think he's lost the plot! :rolleyes:

But I love him (not literaly).

Bloody hard B..... s***, lost it again, B*****, and quite clever.

I'm not into numbers, realy :D

Take care,

Stan. ;)

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Sorry Stan,

It was a bit before my time I only know of it because he drove one of my favourite cars in it, a Lotus 7.

Do you realise we have filled up 5 pages of bugger all :huh::huh::huh: .

MIKE...

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Mike,

Lotus 7, BRG with yellow nose cone, drooooool.

The mut's.

One of my lecturer's had one in '69, *******!

OOps, shut my mouth!

I can feel my mouth water at the thought, a motor bike with four wheels :o

Stay with that thought ;)

Stan.

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Hi guys,

I hill-climbed a Lotus 7 in the 80's. It was quite far removed from Colin Chapman's original design but it was a Lotus and not a Caterham. The performance was somthing else, because there so light and grippy there such a hoot to drive. You dont even need much power to have fun in one. The one i hill-climbed (which was my mates actually) had a John Wilcox prepared 1700 crossflow with about 140 BHP. Factor in the light weight and the tremendous grip and that thing would do 0-100 in 11 seconds! Last year i got to chance to drive a Caterham R500 round Anglesea. The R500 is basically the wildest Caterham money can buy, under 500 KG and 250BHP from an 1800 K series. With a power-to-weight ratio of about 500BHP per tonne (compared to just over 300 for a Ferrari 360) it eats anything for breakfast. In fact in the 70-90 dash its actually quicker than a Mc Laren F1! Oh and one final point, can you guys stop this f******* swearing please :lol:

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