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  • Lincoln 7's Avatar
    23rd April 2014, 22:16
    I would like to think Snapper that I had as long to live as it has taken you to get over your first wife. But 48 yrs, is a long time together to ever...
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  • Lincoln 7's Avatar
    23rd April 2014, 20:03
    S.F. ALL of my children have had words with her, but she is clearly on a mission. Jim. L7
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    23rd April 2014, 20:02
    All taken on board guys, thanks. I am going to give my mobile number to Gary, and Moggs, call me anytime. Gary, whilst the home phone is still...
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  • Lincoln 7's Avatar
    23rd April 2014, 15:40
    I didn't know that, Paul. B.T.W. Thanks for the phone call last evening, your going to get a...
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  • Lincoln 7's Avatar
    23rd April 2014, 15:37
    Snapper, Good idea, care to join me for your idea of a slap up meal ?.B.T.W. getting back to your case, once the trust has gone, you can't ever rest...
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  • Lincoln 7's Avatar
    23rd April 2014, 12:24
    Snapper, I am pleased you and your wife are still together. She wants to sell the jointly owned home ASAP, no doubt so she really CAN afford a...
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  • Lincoln 7's Avatar
    23rd April 2014, 10:32
    Laurence. I am at the stage, where I don't give a damn what she thinks. Everything I have put on here is the truth, I just happen to be sharing...
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  • Lincoln 7's Avatar
    23rd April 2014, 09:29
    I found out Bruce, from my eldest daughter that my wife has been keeping a daily diary on her computer for several years. So she has been planning it...
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  • Lincoln 7's Avatar
    23rd April 2014, 09:18
    Moggy. Over the last month, my wife has had two punctures in her tyres, with nails in the sidewall, (Stifles huge laugh at this) it cost her £97.00...
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  • Blue_2's Avatar
    23rd April 2014, 09:06
    Cheers '5054! Hopefully she'll be running and trundling around happily before too long...
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  • Lincoln 7's Avatar
    23rd April 2014, 08:46
    Moggs. My car has a "Sports" button, when pressed, it firms up the suspension, and you also get better throttle response.which makes the ride firmer,...
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  • Lincoln 7's Avatar
    23rd April 2014, 08:34
    O.K. Guys. Last night, she stated she may NOT be moving out at the end of this month. When asked why, she stated she was waiting to hear from her...
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  • Lincoln 7's Avatar
    23rd April 2014, 08:30
    Warren, No, none of my family read this Forum. Jim. L .7
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    23rd April 2014, 07:53
    My tyres Moggs are "Run flats" when punctured, I can go at 50 mph for about 50 miles, however, mine has locking wheel nuts, and I keep the "Master...
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  • Lincoln 7's Avatar
    22nd April 2014, 23:22
    That is very true Rick, and the very 1st Solicitor stated it would take them 2 weeks to see if there would be a conflict of interest before they...
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  • Lincoln 7's Avatar
    22nd April 2014, 23:18
    Yes Tony, That was the conclusion I came to, and why when I asked her, to give me a little leeway, just to survive, by extending the morguage, she...
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  • Lincoln 7's Avatar
    22nd April 2014, 21:48
    John, we each have our own Bank accounts at the same branch, I told my wife that I wanted to ask Barclays if they would extend the 21 months...
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  • Lincoln 7's Avatar
    22nd April 2014, 21:39
    Bruce, I have to be squeeky clean, if I do anything of a criminal offence, I would perhaps lose my Police Pension. Thats what would have happened...
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  • Lincoln 7's Avatar
    22nd April 2014, 18:04
    On the V5 Paul, it was in my name at the time of purchase, (I think!!) but was changed into her name when I purchased her private number plates, But...
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  • Lincoln 7's Avatar
    22nd April 2014, 16:36
    Chas, With all the help I am getting from all of you, I was feeling quite good. She told me, only 10 mins ago, as from the end of this week, she...
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  • Lincoln 7's Avatar
    22nd April 2014, 13:38
    Are the Bass around yet?. they are my favourite fish to eat. Jim. Lincoln .7
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  • Lincoln 7's Avatar
    22nd April 2014, 12:34
    Hi Tony, she has some time ago, ruined my credit score, simply because I spent most of the money on her, cars, clothes, jewelry, perfume, Rolex...
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  • Lincoln 7's Avatar
    22nd April 2014, 10:45
    Thanks Chas and John, it all helps, I didn't realise that this would be so complicated, so please, ALL, keep the advice coming. Do I have to wait...
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  • Blue_2's Avatar
    22nd April 2014, 10:42
    22/04/14 Update A grey, cold day on Sunday meant I was glad to be indoors working on the Flea instead of outside attending to the Victor's needs!...
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  • Lincoln 7's Avatar
    22nd April 2014, 09:08
    Re #66 from Chas. Can any of you guys help me to think what I should be taking with me on Friday, when I go and get the consultation?. Jim.
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  • Lincoln 7's Avatar
    22nd April 2014, 09:05
    Oh Yes Chas. It was his, and his wife that have said I can go and live there with them, however, I told the Solicitors Secretary, that if push comes...
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  • Lincoln 7's Avatar
    22nd April 2014, 08:49
    Hello Warren, Not only my Eldest daughter, but also my son. My wife has turned my youngest daughter against me, as she is not only our/her daughter,...
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  • Lincoln 7's Avatar
    22nd April 2014, 08:44
    Hi Guys, Well, I have made the 1st step. I have just found and phoned a Solicitors in Spalding, and am having a free 20 mins consultation, to find...
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  • Dr Strangelove's Avatar
    21st April 2014, 18:40
    Do keep up at the back ;) http://forum.keypublishing.com/showthread.php?129815-Black-Sea-JU52
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    Your dvd is ready for pick up.

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    ......is this you??

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  4. Sorry Col, I think you've got me mixed up with someone else, the Gannet is an aircraft I'm fairly familiar with ....
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    Hi Dr S, i have just joined and saw your `request` for information on `the strange beast`
    You may already be aware but if not, i is a FAIRY GANNET` These were used by the Royal Navy for Antisubmarine warfare (ASW) and Airborne early warning (AEW) operations.
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    should you not be "Herr Dokter Merkwürdigliebe"?
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    As a newbie, I've been very interested in the RAF St Mawgan thread. My father, George Tyacke, was the first NCO at St Mawgan tö prepare the station for re-commissioning. I think this was in mid-1951 (we had just come back from Aden) and he often referred to his first office as being a large packing case on its side and with a sheet of tarpaulin suspended from the top edge to provide weatherproofing/door.
    I've spent many days at various St Mawgan Air Days over the years and was always interested in the station's past.
    Back in the late 50's/early 60's I read an article in RAF Flying Review (now long since defunct) about a Sunderland that was so badly shot up on a patrol that it couldn't make a water landing and was forced to land on the grass at St Mawgan. I believe that John Seagrave may have been a gunner on this aircraft. Can anybody confirm the event or throw any light on the story? I know that a Sunderland landed on nearby Praa Sands but there is no Seagrave listed as crew on this occasion.
    Any information out there? Thanks
    Bergisman
  9. Hi Baz, beat me to replying to the guy asking whos spit it was in the garden at the end of the runway
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