anyone seen dusty?

Discussion in 'Australia' started by digga1111, Feb 25, 2013.

  1. Chop Chop

    Chop Chop Hector erector

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    What idiot names a bridge after someone who doesn't know how to use it:lol3

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    They don't know diddillisquat:deal

    Or he maybe under it:confused


    Can't claim credit for this as someone else asked me to post it up. They will show their hand if they want:wink:
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  2. Sean-0

    Sean-0 straya carnt

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    Ah maidenwell ...... so many trees so lil time :evil

    and no the boss had gone by the time drunken sean0 appeared ...i got a few lil tricks up my ass-sleeve this time :evil
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  3. Dusty Rhodes

    Dusty Rhodes Yowie Chaser

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    Well gang fear not for my safety in these trying conditions of late :thumb

    I have taken up Cue Sports (8 Ball - Snooker) as my pastime these days.

    Take care out there and I'll see you in the Spring :ricky

    Cheers Dusty.
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  4. Hardhead

    Hardhead Long timer

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    Good to see you are not lost... :clap...
    It will probably be Spring before the ground out your way is dry enough to ride on.



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  5. Dusty Rhodes

    Dusty Rhodes Yowie Chaser

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    Bring back the dust :nod
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  6. Hardhead

    Hardhead Long timer

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    Might pop out and say G'day in a couple of weeks... I should be able to ride that far by then.... :freaky
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  7. buckscreek

    buckscreek AUTODIDACTIC

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    That spit driver is an engineering marvel, the way a seemingly disparate set of pulleys and shafts has been manipulated through so few combinations and connections to give the correct output speed......... I assume its only a single speed or is it a multi-speed unit? AND, the portability, they just don't make em like that any more!


    :hide


    Only kidding! I'm envious of it, haven't yet managed to build a spit, although I could probably find enough shit lying around my shed(s) to do something ingenious.:evil Have just finished a BIG brick oven which could hold a suckling pig though!
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