On or around Mon, 09 Jan 2006 12:31:23 GMT, "Paul Hill"
<email@example.com> enlightened us thusly:
>"Derek" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> You can tell I'm having a quiet day the garage needs a clearout and I'm
>> avoiding it - this is a very long massive download of the permed one
>> taking a new Disco 3 up a mountain ( helped by some experienced offroaders
>> luckily or he would still be there or maybe the car would ) I missed this
>> in August .
>> Be Warned its a long video at 17 minutes and takes an age to download so
>> unless you have broadband and something else to do while it loads I really
>> wouldn't bother unless of course your garage needs a tidy?
>As far as I am aware this is the trip where he was lifted off the top of the
>hill by helecopter, when filming had finished. The crew then discovered that
>Clarkson had the keys to the disco in his pocket Thus leaving the crew and
>support team up the mountain.
that's the trouble with the modern lawless society... you get into the habit
of taking the keys out of the motor even if you stop for a slash...
'course, those of us who drive kids around are already well-versed in not
leaving the keys in it...
Anyone see that new cop-series last night about the bloke who gets
transported back to 1973? The sets-and-props people must've had fun. Loads
of shiny 1970s vehicles everywhere.
A particularly nice touch was the bit where the bloke's arrived back in the
past, and his J**p has transformed into a rover P6 (considerable improvment)
and it's still playing "Life on Mars", which he was listeneing to before,
except it's now on an 8-track cartridge.
Looks like it might be good.
Austin Shackles. www.ddol-las.net
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