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Old 04-23-2017, 01:39 AM   #10981
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To paraphrase MalHombre:
Yes, I'm a redneck, but I'm a cultured redneck.
NARF!

Got ya all beat on dat one me does.
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Old 04-23-2017, 06:01 PM   #10982
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We recently had a booklet delivered telling us about the candidtaes in the mayoral election that's going to happen soon.

Some, I think it's 3, can't be arsed writing an 'address' to the public telling us what they say they want to do if it elected.

Friggin' lazy, arrogant bastards!

'Vote for me but I ain't gonna put the effort in to tell you why, 'cos I don't think you have the brains to understand!'
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Old 04-24-2017, 12:22 AM   #10983
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We recently had a booklet delivered telling us about the candidtaes in the mayoral election...Some, I think it's 3, can't be arsed writing an 'address' to the public telling us what they say they want to do if it elected...
It doesn't matter, mate. Whether it's your side of the pond or my side of the pond, politicians are politicians. They tell you what you want to hear (or not, apparently), and then, when elected, pay back via legislation the large donors who put them there. They're all after power or money, or both. None of them gives a single rosy red rat's ass about you or me.

I, on the other hand, give a red rat's ass about you. Not a rosy one, mind you.
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Old 04-24-2017, 09:44 AM   #10984
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What's annoying me today is the way everything has to be reframed as "Irish" to appeal to the American market.

I was watching an edition of "American Pickers" who found a chair with "The Green Man" carved into its backrest. A so-called "expert" declared that is was an Irish pagan symbol of fertility.

Well Mr Gove and Mr Trump are proved right - don't trust experts. The symbol appears all over Europe and mostly in England and Wales - there is one on York Minster for god's sake! There are some examples in Scotland but very few in Ireland who have a different myth-history.
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Old 04-24-2017, 09:48 AM   #10985
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I was watching an edition of "American Pickers" who found a chair with "The Green Man" carved into its backrest.
Love that show Almost as good as Storage Hunters.
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Old 04-24-2017, 09:52 AM   #10986
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Love that show Almost as good as Storage Hunters.
Yes, I find it interesting to discover what is considered an antique or collectable in America as opposed to here. We get deluged with boring bits of Worcester pottery and they get to uncover 100 year old motorcycles.

I know which I'd rather have and it ain't made of burnt clay!
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What's annoying me today is the way everything has to be re framed as "Irish" to appeal to the American market.
I get very annoyed at the constant barrage of Irish continuity announcers, why? We have thousands of unemployed actors right here! Terry Wogan was a one off, thee mould that produced him melted!

As for storage hunters, I am always amazed that they find a car which has been in storage for years, and then! Shock! It is only going to be valuable if it runs! LO! One turn of the key and off she goes! My old banger wont start after a couple of days, would one of our American friends tell me the make of the batteries fitted to US sold cars, I will start to import them straight away!
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As for storage hunters, I am always amazed that they find a car which has been in storage for years, and then! Shock! It is only going to be valuable if it runs! LO! One turn of the key and off she goes! My old banger wont start after a couple of days, would one of our American friends tell me the make of the batteries fitted to US sold cars, I will start to import them straight away!
I suspect a certain amount of pre-production goes into these shows. Sensible if you think about it - loads of money on lighting, camera crews, front-of-camera talent and all they find is a few crates of old tosh and a busted banjo!

Can't waste that kind of money.
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I suspect a certain amount of pre-production goes into these shows. Sensible if you think about it - loads of money on lighting, camera crews, front-of-camera talent and all they find is a few crates of old tosh and a busted banjo!

Can't waste that kind of money.
I'm pretty sure when they did the UK version with the same presenters etc, they added a disclaimer at the top of the show that "some scenes have been enhanced to aid your viewing pleasure" or some such.

My personal favourite was the episode where they opened the storage bin and all it contained was a blow-up doll, a nazi uniform and a crack pipe.

(I can't remember if the blow-up doll was wearing the nazi uniform or not, but I don't suppose it really matters).
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One turn of the key and off she goes! My old banger wont start after a couple of days, would one of our American friends tell me the make of the batteries fitted to US sold cars, I will start to import them straight away!
Oh Lordy Rupert there are so many makes, models, and sizes here!! There are replacement catalogs for all the different makes and models of vehicles so you would need to get one of them to find what you needed.

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I suspect a certain amount of pre-production goes into these shows. Sensible if you think about it - loads of money on lighting, camera crews, front-of-camera talent and all they find is a few crates of old tosh and a busted banjo!

Can't waste that kind of money.
I think you are correct about pre-production Bloke. But costs are easily covered for hit shows because of the advertisers that will want to advertise on it.
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