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    Brassmonkey, home yet?

    You back yet Al or has the quest sent you to aberdeen?

    Watch out for the herds of mutant chicken frogs
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    Quote Originally Posted by abrasion View Post
    You back yet Al or has the quest sent you to Aberdeen?

    Watch out for the herds of mutant chicken frogs



    Last seen heading east. I've relatives in Reading. I'll ask them to keep an eye out for him


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    Brassmonkey is "Home & dry"

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    Dryish, anyway.
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    I followed him home.

    Just to keep him safe mind you i nearly took him out five miles after we left the event when he indicated left and i didn't see the brake light one front wheel lock up later and a flap or two of the bars and im back in control (sort of) and overtaking him on the left. Damn those new TKC's and gravelly devon lanes

    The rain near Bristol was some of the worse i've ever seen and the bow wave from the trucks was fun to ride through but we got back safe and sound
    I'D Rather be a live hasbeen than a dead Wanabee....

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