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Discussion in 'Airheads' started by planktonnn, Aug 25, 2009.
"THAMES Valley Police holds a substantial file on forensic science graduate Katie Bowman, including a wealth of damaging “intelligence” reports used to blight her career three times. Yet Katie Bowman has never been convicted of any crime..."
I found an old copy of the Sex Offenders Register in the loft the other day, it was an edition of the Radio Times from 1973...*
*(C) S. Fry?
I understand there's group discount?, and could you tell me, am I able to select the gauge/type of bit used, and whether the drill is set to 'masonry' (hammer-action) or 'smooth' settings? Does he have a portable drill press, or should I be looking to borrow a bench lathe?
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"In any case, my understanding of German law is that such things are not legal so if Wolff were to suffer for his indiscretions he would be well-placed to take legal action against the bugger (in the bugging sense of the word)."
It's not even that it could be viewed as an evil plot, more of an extended crisis of competence
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ALL the airhead brochures & scans in the universe @ http://www.omnilex.com/public/bmw78/
No REALLY, ALL of them, like http://www.omnilex.com/public/bmw78/CGx10.jpg
"No that's not a BMW, it's a 139 cubic turbocharged 425 hp Harley that we race at Bonneville these days. 139 cubic inches is 2,277 cubic centimeters or about twice as big as your typical BMW. It requires a special multi-plate sintered iron clutch with a centrifugal lock up mechanism. More than 25 years ago we started turbocharging BMWs and ran into the same thing we encountered with Harleys, Kawasakis and Suzukis...double or triple the horsepower and zip goes the clutch."