Hot and Sticky. Once again folks.

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Gareth Hale

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Hi all. The weather has been terribly hot again, we are expected to get up into the upper 90's and low 100's by next week. (37.2C - 40C) is our estimated temperatures. It happened last year also and it was horrible and it going to happen again. As for break downs, I have seen a few cars overheated when it was 47C the other week. Buses they run extreamly hot and trains, well I dont know about those, ill keep you informed if anything overheats, including me. Oh yeah, its also my major exam time also.. Bloody hell this year came around fast.
 
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Cockfosters said:
Obviously reminiscing those pacers ;). As I say, good job they don't have vacuum brakes... that would be painful.
arg...picturing that has ony deepend my mental scaring...:shock:

thanks :|
 

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im still slightly disturbed by the topic title :|

have you been getting dodgey links off TM or Tom Gareth? :oops: :shock:
 

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I was in a park in Birmingham all day and my trainers got runied and my jeans were caked in mud from below the knee and downwards :mad:

The Sun came out at about 3pm though - just as the Cheeky Girls came on stage :)
 

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Sprog said:
im still slightly disturbed by the topic title :|

have you been getting dodgey links off TM or Tom Gareth? :oops: :shock:
Personally I blame our good friend F.A.F for what has recently gone wrong. The "DNS Server" had gone last night and now this topic title.

Disgraceful. :(
 

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Gareth Hale said:
Hi all. The weather has been terribly hot again, we are expected to get up into the upper 90's and low 100's by next week. (37.2C - 40C) is our estimated temperatures. It happened last year also and it was horrible and it going to happen again. As for break downs, I have seen a few cars overheated when it was 47C the other week. Buses they run extreamly hot and trains, well I dont know about those, ill keep you informed if anything overheats, including me. Oh yeah, its also my major exam time also.. Bloody hell this year came around fast.
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Mojo said:
I was in a park in Birmingham all day and my trainers got runied and my jeans were caked in mud from below the knee and downwards :mad:

The Sun came out at about 3pm though - just as the Cheeky Girls came on stage :)
Cheeky Girls? In Birmingham? Why was I not informed?
 
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Chaz is correct, FAF is to blame for the DNS server failure last night. It saw him and it just crashed ...
 

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TicketMan said:
Cheeky Girls? In Birmingham? Why was I not informed?
lol...I'm sure you wouldn't have liked to go to the event that they were in though :lol:
 
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