So, who wants to help ... to cower in the cellar?


#3229

Having known Collies from my early years, I can confirm that they like their flock to behave in an orderly fashion. The only Collie that my Grandfather would allow into their home (Meg) was allowed to sleep by the range, but never permitted to lick bowls - tsk. Maybe Granny’s reason was to avoid competitive Dog-enticing, but I suspect she had other reasons. Can’t ask her, now.

Anyhoo, it’s time for bed. Good nights, Cellarites.

Soo xx


#3230

At a rally here and spent a pleasant evening on the smoking area looking down on the smarty pants van with a nice local beer or three watching the sun go down


#3231

Right up to the moment they realise they need to open the rear door…

Anyway, how do we know the nearside isn’t scraped to buggery?


#3232

Let me be the first to wish you all a happy Bastille Day :fr:


#3233

Bacon croissants :croissant: on the table


#3234

Nahhh … they’re major sponsors of a local championship this event is a round of, not attempting a delivery. Scratches and things wouldn’t look very good …


#3235

If they WERE loaded but wanted to avoid the stuff being nicked overnight that parking would be a thing of genius.


#3236

Loonology ?

Thunderbirdology … or, in their honour ‘Go’-ology ?


#3237

Well, it’s more engineering than science really. Subtype of aerospace engineering. But if you want a single word, “astronautics” is probably closest.

Also, Feral tells me the upgrades are done, so

yardarm


#3238

Would Feral like a well earned. Beer?


#3239

It’s usually a pretty safe bet.


#3240

I like that one. Though it sounds a bit like the study of people like me - and a few others here, I suspect.

Thank you, that sounds right.


#3241

I could ask a rocket scientist when I see her in August?


#3242

Thank you, that would certainly settle the matter.


#3243

“Slow boomology”.


#3244

#3245

Greetings from Carinthia in Carinthia

I will post about the wedding yesterday when I have had a lie down.

It was wonderful, but I can’t get me Shoesies on today

I will have to Decline on me Chaise wearing the boxes…:wink:

Carinthia.xx


#3246

Y’know. This was what always got me about Star Trek, Star Wars & their ilk.

The building of a space craft & living places for deep space will be highly technical. Repairs would not be easy. But they take huge hits, bits are knocked out, blown off, holes appear … where do to parts come from, where are the welders (CAN you weld in space ?) 'lecies, joiners ?

It’s spoilt my sci-fi enjoyment for decades.

Perhaps I should get a life.


#3247

I thoroughly enjoyed Battlestar Galactica, in its earlier stages. Although, there were bits of craft damage/sparkiness etc. occurring quite frequently.
It’s life, Armers, but not as you know it, that’s all.
Soo xx


#3248

Stayin’ safely away from the dangerous explodey bits. And yes, gas not arc, though you need specialised kit.