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  1. I went to an Indian restaurant last night. After I had ordered, a little old lady came up to me and said, "Aren't you polite? You have such lovely manners." It was my complimentary nan.
  2. Yes, I have this rather nice little kit in the stash and, despite the multitude of schemes and operators I have a WHIF in mind. It's a green one.
  3. It does seem pretty exacting, even in these days. I'm not surprised that they have not found a suitable bid.
  4. At the end of last year I picked up on a Space: 1999 audio drama released by Big Finish, who have done a lot of work with different franchises, most notably Doctor Who. It retells the story of how the moon came to leave the earth's orbit, expanding on it and turning many of the incidents away from a series of coincidences and into something more sinister. There is also something of a cliffhanger ending. There is an excellent cast led by Mark Bonnar as Commander Koenig, with what seems to me to be a flawless New York accent, and Dr, Russell finally gets a personality (to say nothing
  5. The producers took a brave decision to do what they did for the third season. I hope it pays off, as I enjoyed the first two seasons, and though I liked episode 3.1, I keep getting flashbacks of Andromeda. Hopefully it will go in a very different location, though the premise seems to be eerily similar.
  6. Revolution of the Daleks is planned to be shown on BBC1 and BBC America sometime during the Christmas period.
  7. No, the RAF C-130J/J-30s retained the standard cargo floor.
  8. Now, Nick, surely you can see that 'evolved over time' and 'making it up as they go along' do in essence mean the same thing?
  9. Mm, think I might pop down to Asda later... In the meantime I am reading Pearl Harbor: From Infamy to Greatness by Craig Nelson. A £5 bargain in The Works, and an absolute corker. In my view what a history book should be; informative, readable and entertaining. I've already downloaded Mr. Nelson's follow up on the Doolittle raid on my Kindle.
  10. That's easy. Just put the decals in a plastic -oh.
  11. I've just asked SWMBO if I am a tidy modeller. She fell off the chair laughing. That's a no, then.
  12. Could be up for this one. I have an Academy 1/72 Legacy Bug in the stash. Swiss, perhaps.
  13. According to Falklands: The Air War there were at least 39 aircraft types used by the combatants. Even I should find something to get involved.
  14. “Okay, darling, you all set?” he whispered seductively. ‘Yes," she replied huskily. “Have you thought of a safe word?” “Meatloaf.” “Meatloaf?” “But of course,” she said. “I’ll do anything for love, but I won’t do that!”
  15. Nice to see a CASA Jungmann retained in Spanish colours. Lovely collection of images.
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