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Re: CCC CX, XM and Xantia Rally 7-9/09/12 - BIG UPDATE PAGE

Post by Citroening » 31 Aug 2012, 18:53

Many thanks - see you there.
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Post by uhn113x » 31 Aug 2012, 19:22

We'll be coming on Friday afternoon, leaving on Sunday early afternoon, blue GSA Pallas. It appears we have to order breakfast, so two on Saturday and two on Sunday, making it four breakfasts please (minus grocer's apostrophe) :wink:
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Post by Deanxm » 31 Aug 2012, 19:27

After a call from the quack i can confirm i will be there for the weekend but im not allowed to drink :( i know im devastated :lol: its going to be a heavy night of Ribena and pickled eggs only for me, although i will probably feel better sunday morning :-D

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Re: CCC CX, XM and Xantia Rally 7-9/09/12 - BIG UPDATE PAGE

Post by CitroJim » 31 Aug 2012, 20:47

Deanxm wrote:although i will probably feel better sunday morning :-D


Not if you eat too many pickled eggs Dean :lol: :lol:

I can't drink either so we'll spend the evening drinking tea. I can't even drink Red Bull or even coke now... Tea is the only thing I can, with the occasional latte as a treat....
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Post by Deanxm » 31 Aug 2012, 21:20

Yes, no red bull or anything too 'toxic' for me either for a good while, even been told to re think my love of salt and vinegar chip sticks for a bit too :roll: , Tea and a smoke is still allowed though 8-)

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Post by davetherave » 01 Sep 2012, 17:11

I seriously doubt the doctor said a smoke was still allowed Lol!
Looking forward to the beers, perhaps not the pickled eggs so much...
Need to gaffer tape the sunroof of the cx up again before I go!
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Post by uhn113x » 01 Sep 2012, 17:25

CitroJim wrote:I can't even drink Red Bull or even coke now.


I tried Red Bull once; never tried drinking Jeyes Fluid but I'm sure it must taste the same. :shock:

Coke is fine for sorting A-Series clutch judder or as a gentle rust remover. I always have a bottle in the workshop.

As we're not taking the kitchen and coffees are available we won't be taking the Kelly Kettle; shame as there are plenty of dry twigs at the site.
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Post by Deanxm » 01 Sep 2012, 18:24

davetherave wrote:I seriously doubt the doctor said a smoke was still allowed Lol!
Looking forward to the beers, perhaps not the pickled eggs so much...
Need to gaffer tape the sunroof of the cx up again before I go!


Well she didnt say i couldnt so thats good enough for me Dave :lol:

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Re: CCC CX, XM and Xantia Rally 7-9/09/12 - BIG UPDATE PAGE

Post by CitroJim » 01 Sep 2012, 18:37

Deanxm wrote:
davetherave wrote:I seriously doubt the doctor said a smoke was still allowed Lol!
Looking forward to the beers, perhaps not the pickled eggs so much...
Need to gaffer tape the sunroof of the cx up again before I go!


Well she didnt say i couldnt so thats good enough for me Dave :lol:

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I take the same approach... It's all I have left in the vice department....

Except an XM... :roll:
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Post by uhn113x » 01 Sep 2012, 18:53

CitroJim wrote:
Deanxm wrote:
davetherave wrote:I seriously doubt the doctor said a smoke was still allowed Lol!
Looking forward to the beers, perhaps not the pickled eggs so much...
Need to gaffer tape the sunroof of the cx up again before I go!


Well she didnt say i couldnt so thats good enough for me Dave :lol:

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I take the same approach... It's all I have left in the vice department....

Except an XM... :roll:


I'll be smoking tomorrow. Just got the salmon steaks out of the freezer and found some oak sawdust ...
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Post by jacksun1987 » 01 Sep 2012, 19:22

as any one got some weed ?
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Post by jacksun1987 » 01 Sep 2012, 19:32

lol i have a funny story about amsterdamm to break the ice with also car parks as well lol
when i went to amsterdamm it was amzing people looked so fresh and healthy happy
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Post by Xaccers » 01 Sep 2012, 22:29

jacksun1987 wrote:as any one got some weed ?


If an adult is caught in possession of cannabis:

1) for the first time - they will be issued with a cannabis warning. A cannabis warning is a spoken warning given by a police officer, either on the street or at the police station. The police have the option of using a cannabis warning when someone is caught with a small amount of cannabis for personal use.

'Cannabis warnings' were first introduced in 2004 as a way for police to respond to cannabis possession offences while the drug was at Class C. However, cannabis warnings issued during the period that cannabis was a Class C drug (bewteen January 29 2004 and January 26 2009) will not be carried forward.

2) for the second time - They will be issued with a Penalty Notice for Disorder (PND) for cannabis possession. PNDs are tickets that police officers can issue at the scene of an incident or in custody - they carry an on-the-spot fine of £80.

Please note: as of January 23 2009, the introduction of PNDs is awaiting parliamentary approval. The Government has indicated that the introduction of PNDs for cannabis possession will go ahead as soon as possible, subject to the agreement of parliament.

3) for the third time - police officers will consider further action. This could include release without charge, caution, conditional caution or prosecution.

4) any additional times - According to government statements ‘all subsequent offences are likely to result in arrest’.

In the case of someone being brought to prosecution for cannabis possession, as a Class B drug the maximum penalty is five years imprisonment.

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Re: CCC CX, XM and Xantia Rally 7-9/09/12 - BIG UPDATE PAGE

Post by jacksun1987 » 02 Sep 2012, 00:05

Only joking.
Ill love to go back againe though need to save up
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Re: CCC CX, XM and Xantia Rally 7-9/09/12 - BIG UPDATE PAGE

Post by Northern_Mike » 02 Sep 2012, 01:05

Xac wrote:
jacksun1987 wrote:as any one got some weed ?


If an adult is caught in possession of cannabis:



What if they are not caught? No harm done eh (IMHO, YMMV etc etc)
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