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Doug1 Posted 18th Jun 2012, 03:40pm
  Aye and then again maybe its been pinched by these pesky metal thieves eh!! shock3.gif
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Scotsman Posted 18th Jun 2012, 03:29pm
 
QUOTE (Doug1 @ 16th Jun 2012, 07:50pm) *
Has anybody checked all the Councillor's hooses yet?

He-he Doug.... are you trying to infer that oor cooncillors have all got more than one hoose each? smile.gif

I think I have said this before when the chat was started but at the very least the council or the councillors who are in charge needed to apologise to the man who gave the tram to Glasgow. Even if they could not find it then they could have at least said one simple word.... SORRY!!
Tori G Posted 18th Jun 2012, 10:26am
  How can a museum loose half or front end of a tram, lots of tight-lipped people involved.

Surely someone remembers it possibly going in a truck to where ever? or even being loaded on a ship to possible foriegn shores.

Terrible! and not good for the person donating, and shame on the councilors/curators for not even being able to back track on any information.
Doug1 Posted 16th Jun 2012, 06:35pm
  Has anybody checked all the Councillor's hooses yet?
Arden Chap Posted 11th Dec 2011, 01:19pm
  An interesting read - did they ever find it of did they ever apologise to the old man who was so upset that they lost it in the first place?
kenb Posted 28th Sep 2011, 01:25pm
  wee davy and lord tee cheers rolleyes.gif
TeeHeeHee Posted 28th Sep 2011, 12:45pm
  Sorry Davy, but the only second hand things in my life are my cars ... and my ladies. tongue.gif
Ken, don't you worry ... you'd have to go some tae catch up wi' that Tommy Kennedy. rolleyes.gif laugh.gif
wee davy Posted 28th Sep 2011, 12:12pm
  dinnae you worry yersel kenb - you infer awe ye like aboot oor THEE - he has heard most of it awe before lol
mind you, i dont think he'd like it if you inferred he would turn doon his name from appearing oan the next honours list, in the knights column!!!

(there might be wan gaun spare, THEE - Ed Miliband implied yesterday, in his speech, that a certain mr fred goodwin, might do well to return his laugh.gif )
kenb Posted 28th Sep 2011, 10:55am
 
QUOTE (TeeHeeHee @ 28th Sep 2011, 08:45am) *
I used to be on the computer all day, for reasons that are well enough known on the boards.
What I've posted, in the form of pictures or articles, was available for free download.
(This in case you might be referring to my theft by design.)
If not, then I must agree with you that it seems planned.
I once purloined a big vice from a workbench which had a carpeted surface; I needed it in order to be able to do a difficult job, in a hangar at Gatwick. I covered the bench with an aluminium sheet. The team whose bench it was spent ages going around the hangars trying to locate their carpet covered bench which had been replaced with the one that was covered in alu ... it never entered their heads that their vice was the designed theft. tongue.gif
(I put it back when I left after the contracted repair was finished ... who needs to lug such a big vice around?) rolleyes.gif
Plankin' things under peoples noses then removing them when the heat's off was state of the art purloining in the RAF. laugh.gif

hi again i cant seem to get it right try again hi tee i am sorry if you thought i was infering any thing i actually look forward to your posts,you have a similar type of humour to me i hope i have cleared that up , so hurry up and give us a laugh,or inform us and keep me right cheers.
kenb
TeeHeeHee Posted 28th Sep 2011, 07:59am
 
QUOTE (kenb @ 28th Sep 2011, 01:16am) *
i like your style you must be on the computer all day theft by design or is it planned

I used to be on the computer all day, for reasons that are well enough known on the boards.
What I've posted, in the form of pictures or articles, was available for free download.
(This in case you might be referring to my theft by design.)
If not, then I must agree with you that it seems planned.
I once purloined a big vice from a workbench which had a carpeted surface; I needed it in order to be able to do a difficult job, in a hangar at Gatwick. I covered the bench with an aluminium sheet. The team whose bench it was spent ages going around the hangars trying to locate their carpet covered bench which had been replaced with the one that was covered in alu ... it never entered their heads that their vice was the designed theft. tongue.gif
(I put it back when I left after the contracted repair was finished ... who needs to lug such a big vice around?) rolleyes.gif
Plankin' things under peoples noses then removing them when the heat's off was state of the art purloining in the RAF. laugh.gif
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