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    Quote Originally Posted by mick88 View Post
    Once over age Fifty its a good idea to carry a copy of your Birth Certificate around in your back pocket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saitch View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saitch View Post
    You can blame "Climb It Change"!
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    Do I hear the sound of knife on honing steel?
    Not here...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tins View Post
    3 points of contact and all that? Yep, and that is where I failed. Been on the road for five days with little sleep ( timeslots should be banned) so fatigue played a role.
    Been on the road for five days with little sleep
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    I'm not surprised with all that traffic rolling over you.


    Could you not find a more comfortable & safer place to have a kip? Ian would have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4bee View Post
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    I'm not surprised with all that traffic rolling over you.


    Could you not find a more comfortable & safer place to have a kip? Ian would have.
    Nah. All the rest areas were occupied by bloody caravans.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gav 110 View Post
    This is where fridgies have it all wrong
    Fill your pockets and teeth with tools, hold on with your hands, basics I think the world is ganging up on meI think the world is ganging up on me


    I think what put the nail in his coffin was that he was carrying a "D" cylinder of Acet & 50' of coiled hoses. On his shoulders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4bee View Post
    I think what put the nail in his coffin was that he was carrying a "D" cylinder of Acet & 50' of coiled hoses. On his shoulders.
    Maybe if the pockets weren’t so full of money (being a Fridgy and all), the “D” cylinder would’ve fittedI think the world is ganging up on meI think the world is ganging up on me
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gav 110 View Post
    Maybe if the pockets weren’t so full of money (being a Fridgy and all), the “D” cylinder would’ve fittedI think the world is ganging up on meI think the world is ganging up on me
    Not possible, his kicks were full of tools already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tins View Post
    Nah. All the rest areas were occupied by bloody caravans.


    Bloody inconsiderate Grey Nomads!


    To be fair though, there was no way they could have known that some dozy Sleep Deprived Truckie wanted to park his 300' Rig for the night..

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