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


#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.


#3249

Talking of which, Bread is Happening. A special consignment of hot buttered crusts should be whooshing its way Chatelaineward within the hour.
Have endured the bought stuff (not from a decent baker, either - the Chorleywood crap) for the last few days and enough was Enough, rib or no rib ( some improvement there, hurrah!)


#3250

Glad to hear it; it was about time.