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Oil - you should start with - Pssst DM.....
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DB, would you be interested in buying a small Filson duffle?

PM sent bro
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fHx

What's your opinion on 4wd's?

Btw Sicario very good flick. Benicio is looking slick as
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There's a write-up about Oscar Hunt in today's Australian for those interested.

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/oscar-hunts-tailormade-solution-to-suit-corporates/news-story/02565da08da30cd45248e21c702fe2af
Yikes, the accompanying photo is dreadful
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Oil - you should start with - Pssst DM.....

I tried to delete the post but SF wouldn't let me 😔
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fHx

What's your opinion on 4wd's?

Btw Sicario very good flick. Benicio is looking slick as
Really want to know?
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Really want to know?

Fire away! I remember your earlier posts mentioned you grew up on the land, could be mistaken though...
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fHx

What's your opinion on 4wd's?

Btw Sicario very good flick. Benicio is looking slick as

DB You want a slick sic flick try Point Break.

Sydney rain rain and more rain great for the garden but why does the sky open every time Mrs GF park and try and go about our tourist schtick?
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No, but I have a good friend who had an old one (about 25 years old) which was slow as a wet week but which would just keep on going and going and going and going.

He's now driving a new one - the last of the "original" Defenders - and he says that it's much faster (speaking comparatively, of course) and much more modern but still recognisably a Defender. 
Defenders: are those the ones that you can drive through brickwalls with nary a scratch?
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Defenders: are those the ones that you can drive through brickwalls with nary a scratch?

 

Well, they might be scratched, but not dented. 

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Whelp,just bought myself a 130mm Newtonian Reflector for $30 on gumtree and another $30 for some new cheapy eyepieces.Might sneak out just before dawn in the coming days to see if I can spy a few planets. Apparently towards the end of Jan every planet is going to be visible together just before dawn which spells the apocalypse I think.
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Whelp,just bought myself a 130mm Newtonian Reflector for $30 on gumtree and another $30 for some new cheapy eyepieces.Might sneak out just before dawn in the coming days to see if I can spy a few planets. Apparently towards the end of Jan every planet is going to be visible together just before dawn which spells the apocalypse I think.
Make sure to look up Uranus.
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Make sure to look up Uranus.

 

Reminds me of high school science class - there was always one kid who had to ask, "Sir, sir - Is there much gas in Uranus??"

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Make sure to look up Uranus.

Reminds me of high school science class - there was always one kid who had to ask, "Sir, sir - Is there much gas in Uranus??"

He he he he hehehehh eh

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