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Re: Rally GB
« Reply #75 on: November 13, 2011, 09:23:24 AM »
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Re: Rally GB
« Reply #76 on: November 13, 2011, 10:22:13 AM »
Wot is MSA? Shrugs:
eeek:  noooo:

Miss D probably googled it first, so don't be too embarrased.
Must say I was a tad suprised, but you retain your crown due to your honesty, credit for which has been duly awarded.
You have retained my best friend status for a record breaking 7th day!:thumbsup:
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Re: Rally GB
« Reply #77 on: November 13, 2011, 10:48:11 AM »
Wot is MSA? Shrugs:
eeek:  noooo:

Miss D probably googled it first, so don't be too embarrased.
Must say I was a tad suprised, but you retain your crown due to your honesty, credit for which has been duly awarded.
You have retained my best friend status for a record breaking 7th day!:thumbsup:

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Re: Rally GB
« Reply #78 on: November 13, 2011, 11:36:25 AM »
Wot is MSA? Shrugs:
eeek:  noooo:

Miss D probably googled it first, so don't be too embarrased.
Must say I was a tad suprised, but you retain your crown due to your honesty, credit for which has been duly awarded.
You have retained my best friend status for a record breaking 7th day!:thumbsup:

 cloud9:

'Honesty is the best policy' as my owld dad used to say....  whistle:

Absobloodylutely. I'm always being ridiculed by certain unmentionable members in 'ere (Nick and DS mainly) for my lack of knowledge and grasp of certain fancy pants werds that i don't use or even know the meaning of.
Why tell some one to show their obvious greater intelligence by using such shite when fuck off will suffice in most cases?  Shrugs:

So. I'm a bit dim with my command of the English language.
Who actually gives one ey? whistle:
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Re: Rally GB
« Reply #79 on: November 13, 2011, 01:08:00 PM »
I'm always being ridiculed by certain unmentionable members in 'ere (Nick and DS mainly) for my lack of knowledge and grasp of certain fancy pants werds that i don't use or even know the meaning of.
 

I resent that.  evil:

I am always quite mild and reticent about ridiculing anyone.
As for the use of language, spelling and so on. I show no favour if there is an opportunity for pun or double entendre.

I am able to provide the full M&S ridiculing service if you want?

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Re: Rally GB
« Reply #80 on: November 13, 2011, 05:07:31 PM »
I think Mr willy waving radio commander, safety director, organiser, safety officer, stage commander, competitor, grade A navigator and general random dickhead has finally given up on me with a simple and inaffective rolly eyes emoticon. :thumbsup: 

Wonder when he gets his Victoria Cross with credentials like that behind him ey?  lol: Wankah:

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Re: Rally GB
« Reply #81 on: November 13, 2011, 10:05:49 PM »
No, I was wrong. ::)
He's obviously wired himself up to a new tank of oxygen, 'cus he's off ranting at me again, telling me just how wonderful it all is, and new sponsorship deals in the making, lah de dah de diddly dum zzzzz. sleep017

He is probably the most boring old fart I've ever had the dis-pleasure of ever having to converse with, friggin' fossil. whistle:
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Re: Rally GB
« Reply #82 on: November 13, 2011, 10:06:55 PM »
Give us a link!
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Re: Rally GB
« Reply #83 on: November 13, 2011, 10:09:08 PM »
Give us a link!

No. Don't do links top other forums that I write on, as it leaves you wide open for 'guests'/whatevers to trace you around.

It's boring as fook anyway. Even I would agree with you if you put a  sleep017 on your comment! eeek:

I could do a copy and paste on some of his boring drivel IF you REALLY want it?
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Re: Rally GB
« Reply #84 on: November 13, 2011, 10:25:28 PM »
Here you are then. ::)
I challenge you to keep your eyes open reading this party political broadcast, and they say motorsport is fun? lol:
On this evidence, it's death inducing. whistle:


Posted Today, 18:07

I presume you won't like this then?



Rally GB 2012 back in Wales

Taken from BBC Wales News

The Welsh government is to invest £1.4m in next year's Wales Rally GB.

Business Minister Edwina Hart made the announcement ahead of the race's finish at Cardiff Castle, where she will present the prizes on Sunday.

Ms Hart said the rally brought benefits to Wales, including to retailers and hotels along the race stages "at a quieter time of year".

The minister said Wales has 30,000 people employed in automotive manufacturing, retail and maintenance with an annual turn over of £3bn.

Ms Hart said: "The value of the relationship between the staging of Wales Rally GB and Wales' automotive sector should not be underestimated".

"The rally provides an ideal platform for Wales to showcase its wide range of capabilities and technologies to the global automotive market.

"With the funding now in place, we can look forward to an even greater event in 2012," she said.

We hope to keep bringing innovation and fresh thinking to the rally”


Andrew Coe, chief executive of Wales Rally GB's organiser, International Motor Sports Limited, said: "We are delighted to be able to extend our relationship with Wales for 2012, as we bring the event to an even greater audience and build on the success of the last decade in Wales.

"We hope to keep bringing innovation and fresh thinking to the rally and are delighted that the Welsh government has committed to joining us on this journey for 2012."

The grant funding is made up of a guaranteed cash sum of up to £1.2n and additional performance related payments of up to £200,000 linked to ticket sales and the generation of other commercial revenue, including private sector sponsorship.

4x4 RESPONSE WALES
MSA Rally Radio


Oh, and here's his avatart. Sums it all up really ey? whistle:


Smug looking titarse in'he ey?
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Re: Rally GB
« Reply #85 on: November 13, 2011, 10:30:12 PM »
Fooking Welsh Assembly Government cussing: cussing: cussing: cussing: cussing:
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Re: Rally GB
« Reply #86 on: November 13, 2011, 10:44:01 PM »
Fooking Welsh Assembly Government cussing: cussing: cussing: cussing: cussing:

Indeed. Angry9:

Meanwhile, my retort:

Quite frankly mate, I ouldn't actually give a jot or monkey's chuff tbqh.
This event died many many years ago as a superb spectacle most sadly.
Nowt but a glitzy expensive rip off now.

I leave you and your fellow followers to carry on participating and bowing to the gin swiggin'  'big wigs' that obviously know best <cough> at MSA towers, in what you obviously feel so passionate about, even if I and the droves of tens of thousands that no longer attend, don't.

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Re: Rally GB
« Reply #87 on: November 13, 2011, 10:45:49 PM »
If they get so much cash from the taxpayer they won't need to charge next year :thumbsup:
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Re: Rally GB
« Reply #88 on: November 13, 2011, 10:52:29 PM »
If they get so much cash from the taxpayer they won't need to charge next year :thumbsup:

Yea! Right!  happy001

As if! Angry9:

MSA are nowt but a bunch of stuck up toffee nosed bastards, and they don't give a fuck about your average Joe.
Show us the depth of your wallet should be their motto.

Everyone at my level in motorsport, absolutey loathes hates and detests them with a previously unknown unfathomable amount of venom.

The FIA are even worse....if that's actually possible.
All pigs in the same trough, not disimilar to politicians.
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