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Escape foiled

The Police foiled an attempted escape of a NHB Honda Civic. The escape ladder was too short.
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wats nhb mean?
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No Hope, Boyo...you're nicked!

...or it could just be Nighthawk Black
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Will a tunnel work better next time?
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Will a tunnel work better next time?
Doubt it, the front end could ground quite easily trying to get down a tunnel.
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Doubt it, the front end could ground quite easily trying to get down a tunnel.
So that's why the 18" wheels are fitted.....
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So that's why the 18" wheels are fitted.....
Indeed! Its part of the Great Escape kit, 18's, bottomless footwells for dropping the spoil from the hole, Baseball, glove box full of fake passports and a Honda Overall.
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How come you didnt just hit the rocket ignition button and take off into orbit??

duh!

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How come you didnt just hit the rocket ignition button and take off into orbit??

duh!

because the pylons affected the inter-modal self thrubbing fuel injected rocket motor. THe ultra short wave from the trioxid dishes is on the same frequency as the "on" switch causing interference and a back-tracking of the fly by wire looping. Therefore it will not go. Radio reception good though....
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because the pylons affected the inter-modal self thrubbing fuel injected rocket motor. THe ultra short wave from the trioxid dishes is on the same frequency as the "on" switch causing interference and a back-tracking of the fly by wire looping. Therefore it will not go. Radio reception good though....

Did you really need to get such an aerial just to receive radio 4 ?
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Did you really need to get such an aerial just to receive radio 4 ?
Yep, and you ought to see the low loader and generator wagon that is needed to power and move it.
Will pick up local radio from Mars though. Crackles a bit in a storm.
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SUPERTEACH, I don't know what your on, but can I have some please ?.
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SUPERTEACH, I don't know what your on, but can I have some please ?.
Well it ain't Bovril!!
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Did you really need to get such an aerial just to receive radio 4 ?
Only if you intend to travel in Sussex, apparently.
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