Should potential security risks be welcomed back?

in reality, all of this has been a total load of old bollocks
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Should potential security risks be welcomed back?

Postby caramba » 23 Feb 2019, 09:12

Take the case of "S", a lad whose serious attitude problems may be excused by a poor diet lacking in protein, or a mental
age that seemingly hovers around the 12-years old mark.

After vanishing from BCB several years ago, "S" recently fell into the clutches of sinister cult leader, Ko An.

Having now fallen foul of of several of his new leader's multiple personality disorders, "S" has long since run out of empty rooms to
start fights in and is probably desperate to return home to BCB.

The big question is, should we at BCB welcome him back?

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Re: Should potential security risks be welcomed back?

Postby Penk! » 23 Feb 2019, 09:29

Give it a rest
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Re: Should potential security risks be welcomed back?

Postby Diamond Dog » 23 Feb 2019, 09:34

PENK wrote:Give it a rest


:lol:

Indeed.
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Re: Should potential security risks be welcomed back?

Postby GoogaMooga » 23 Feb 2019, 09:34

Seconded.
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Re: Should potential security risks be welcomed back?

Postby caramba » 23 Feb 2019, 10:03

PENK wrote:Give it a rest



It's a joke, get a life.

Given the unnecessarily unpleasant point-scoring you indulged in on Goog's innocuous post on Comic shops,
perhaps you might learn to "give it a rest" yourself

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Re: Should potential security risks be welcomed back?

Postby clive gash » 23 Feb 2019, 10:39

After much deliberation, Julia Davis.
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Re: Should potential security risks be welcomed back?

Postby Diamond Dog » 23 Feb 2019, 11:22

caramba wrote:
PENK wrote:Give it a rest



It's a joke, get a life.

Given the unnecessarily unpleasant point-scoring you indulged in on Goog's innocuous post on Comic shops,
perhaps you might learn to "give it a rest" yourself


I actually thought he was quite restrained. I'm impressed that you took such offence (for Googa) at Penk's post. Bravo!
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Re: Should potential security risks be welcomed back?

Postby Penk! » 23 Feb 2019, 13:23

caramba wrote:
PENK wrote:Give it a rest



It's a joke, get a life.

Given the unnecessarily unpleasant point-scoring you indulged in on Goog's innocuous post on Comic shops,
perhaps you might learn to "give it a rest" yourself


It’s unnecessary and tedious shit-stirring. Nobody wants yet another thread about Coan and Skope.

And I’m sure if Googa was offended by a joke on his thread he can say so himself, rather than, ahem, coming on this one to echo my and DD’s thoughts.
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Re: Should potential security risks be welcomed back?

Postby yomptepi » 23 Feb 2019, 13:37

PENK wrote: DD’s thoughts.


:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Should potential security risks be welcomed back?

Postby Diamond Dog » 23 Feb 2019, 14:08

Slow day in the Golden Triangle, Michael?
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Re: Should potential security risks be welcomed back?

Postby yomptepi » 23 Feb 2019, 18:02

Diamond Dog wrote:Slow day in the Golden Triangle, Michael?


Very bust actually. making my new garden gate, which has been a bit of a mission really. However I did make time to check in and make some helpful observations, as always.


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Re: Should potential security risks be welcomed back?

Postby Jimbo » 24 Feb 2019, 03:36

yomptepi wrote:.


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Re: Should potential security risks be welcomed back?

Postby yomptepi » 24 Feb 2019, 10:42

Everyone's a fucking critic.
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Re: Should potential security risks be welcomed back?

Postby Copehead » 24 Feb 2019, 11:20

yomptepi wrote:Everyone's a fucking critic.


Needs a good coat of varnish, looks a bit cheap at the moment.

Lovely sunny day great for varnishing, get out there and do it
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Re: Should potential security risks be welcomed back?

Postby yomptepi » 24 Feb 2019, 12:10

Copehead wrote:
yomptepi wrote:Everyone's a fucking critic.


Needs a good coat of varnish, looks a bit cheap at the moment.

Lovely sunny day great for varnishing, get out there and do it


It is 4 x 1" tannalised timber, and it is soaking wet. It will take at least a month to dry out.The frame is 3 x 2 cedar. Nothing cheap about this gate. If I varnish it now it will bow. Don't try to teach your mother to suck eggs.
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Re: Should potential security risks be welcomed back?

Postby Deebank » 24 Feb 2019, 14:23

yomptepi wrote:
Copehead wrote:
yomptepi wrote:Everyone's a fucking critic.


Needs a good coat of varnish, looks a bit cheap at the moment.

Lovely sunny day great for varnishing, get out there and do it


It is 4 x 1" tannalised timber, and it is soaking wet. It will take at least a month to dry out.The frame is 3 x 2 cedar. Nothing cheap about this gate. If I varnish it now it will bow. Don't try to teach your mother to suck eggs.


:lol: He gets a man in the build his Ikea!
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Re: Should potential security risks be welcomed back?

Postby The Modernist » 24 Feb 2019, 17:51

yomptepi wrote:
It is 4 x 1" tannalised timber, and it is soaking wet. It will take at least a month to dry out.The frame is 3 x 2 cedar. Nothing cheap about this gate. If I varnish it now it will bow. Don't try to teach your mother to suck eggs.


Why have you put a hole in it?

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Re: Should potential security risks be welcomed back?

Postby yomptepi » 24 Feb 2019, 19:06

The Modernist wrote:
yomptepi wrote:
It is 4 x 1" tannalised timber, and it is soaking wet. It will take at least a month to dry out.The frame is 3 x 2 cedar. Nothing cheap about this gate. If I varnish it now it will bow. Don't try to teach your mother to suck eggs.


Why have you put a hole in it?


I am going to put some brass jali fretwork behind it. I think it looks cool, and there is nothing to see but our side alley...
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Re: Should potential security risks be welcomed back?

Postby Copehead » 25 Feb 2019, 10:48

Deebank wrote:
yomptepi wrote:
Copehead wrote:
Needs a good coat of varnish, looks a bit cheap at the moment.

Lovely sunny day great for varnishing, get out there and do it


It is 4 x 1" tannalised timber, and it is soaking wet. It will take at least a month to dry out.The frame is 3 x 2 cedar. Nothing cheap about this gate. If I varnish it now it will bow. Don't try to teach your mother to suck eggs.


:lol: He gets a man in the build his Ikea!


Not unless that man was our Step Dad, and then only to make my kingsized bed, the rest was made by my own fair hands
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