Big Thanks Kwacker!

raven

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Bl**dy H*ll Tom, where did you find that?! Second from the left.....Thats her!

(By the way, I dont fancy the ugly bald one at the back! Looks a bit like Raven!)

Mmmn....okay fella -that's "old curmudgeon" and "ugly bald" in the space of just one week!

I've a good mind to jump in the boat, steer a course for Anglesey and punch yer lights out!

However, I've got Kwaka's patent "Gentlemans Automaticated Helmsmans Device" so I'm staying in port until the ice caps melt.

Just think yerself lucky!
 

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I've heard that penicillen will usually deal with that. Try to be more careful where you put it in future, there's a good lad! ;)

Hactually Old Boy, taint where the 'Device' has or has not been secreted.
It's seems said gadgett is a faulty also ran:(
As the Acting Agent/Broker for the 'apparently' faulty bit of kit.
I have tried to peruse the Contract/Bill of Sale for My Clients (Buyer) protection or recompense (that's a larf:D) but anyway.
As a Professional I have to look into this deeper for both Parties.
IE , the Vendor and the Purchaser:rolleyes: (theres always one):rolleyes:

After an extended search for the Documentation, I have drawn a Blank;)

However I did find (on a back of a fag packet) some record of various transactions that went on during the Day of Sale.
Not entirely clear, it was raining during part of the day of the Jumble!
Jumbled up amongst other 'deal's I can just make out the script 'Autu elm Rav -- stit h d'
Which kinda proves that some dosh changed hands to someone from someone.
But crikey, at My age I wouldn't like to stand up in Court and swear
Well maybe after several I could!!
However, It does seem a fellow Forumite has been left holding a pig in the poke
I could advise said pig should be barbied but from experience that is not the direction we should go
Anyway, I don't suppose it would go in the direction intended from all reports!
I now have to resolve the prob.
So-- I will have a word like, with the Vendor.
Fair play an all that it's less than 12 months etc etc
I know, I know, I don't have to cos it went out of warranty the minute the dosh reached me sweaty palms an I took me 10% (I know, that is a rather meagre % for the trouble involved and considerin me superb salesmanship skills an all that but twas a fellow Forumite after all) however I will resolve this problem of wandering steerage toot sweet.
If I had a conscience it would weigh heavy on Me if a Fellow Forumite could not navigate to the Menai from His home port to enjoy the Priviledge of dipping further into His pocket for the purpose of 'cheering' others.
Raven, I will correspond by PM further, on this delicate matter.
I have My Proffesional reputation to uphold and protect You see:rolleyes:

Oh! I have a used windvane kinda steerin gadgett too, that might be of interest.
The Guy at the refuse disposal centre said it worked ok on His brothers dinghy on the lake in Rhyl.
I,ll be in touch:D
 

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Ooooer, flappy paddle pointy stick things to hang on the back to help me plough the bonny bonny sand banks of loch Cwymru. :cool: How cool is that?

Might have a small prob there Kwaka, me old pal, SR is a wheeler steerer. There is a waggly stick thingy in the back shed for emergency use, but I'm not sure how a self-grounding system could be fitted inside there & still feel the wind in its vanes. :confused:
 

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Kwaka,

In fairness the problem is likely to be as much "operator error" as anything else...I have lots of "previous" in that department!

On balance, (and getting back on thread) you have made an OLD and very dear friend very happy on the occassion of his fummty-frew birthday - that means more to me than a silly old autohelm.

And even though that VERY OLD and dear friend sees fit to call me curmudgeonly and ugly and bald, seeing him enjoying himself, in his advanced years, means a lot to me.
 
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