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Paul T13/12/2013 06:40:31
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Don't forget to allow for two coats of emulsion whilst doing your quote for re-decorating the Sistine Chapel

Philistines

Bob Abell13/12/2013 06:55:01
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I knew you would approve, Paul

What about a Nautiius type of jagged teeth shape, on the prow?.......That's it!........The lost chord?

That'll warm yer cockles!

Mr Punch

Bob Abell13/12/2013 07:50:06
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Paul......Just had a brill idea!

If we need bigger motors for Brutus, then get them now and fit them in the SloMoCruiser!

Drawing Office to advise the ideal motors, please

Bob with his WW2 goggles on already!

Paul T13/12/2013 14:50:11
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Bob

Have you ever heard the term 'less is more' ?

The Brutus design doesn't need embellishments such as grinning dentures, painted flames, rocket exhausts, furry dice or any other boy racer additions nor does it require machine guns, lasers or a warp drive.

The ideal motors are still a pair of 600s

Paul

Edited By Paul T on 13/12/2013 14:51:32

Bob Abell13/12/2013 15:39:34
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We`re only having a silly spell, Paul, you never know, throwing in daft ideas, we may come up with something useful

Carry on with the master plan. matey

Bob

Paul T13/12/2013 18:07:32
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I looked up the definition of silly spell in the dictionary and there was a picture of..

 

 

 

 

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Edited By Paul T on 13/12/2013 18:08:42

Bob Abell14/12/2013 06:24:53
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We will get a better idea of the futuristic shape of Brutus, when the isometric is posted

If we can't make aesthetic changes, we can give it an outrageous paint job?

Casca may have been a better name.....He had a "lean and hungry look!"

Bob

Dave Milbourn14/12/2013 08:13:57
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Cassius, surely?
DM

Bob Abell14/12/2013 08:23:46
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Sorry, Cassius it is!

Bob

ashley needham14/12/2013 09:22:30
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Matt black would look good. Menacing.

Ashley. season of forgivness and all that (to a point)...

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