Poll

Which are your favourite adverts?

1. Nice Legs
15 (15.6%)
2. Nice Legs different dress
6 (6.3%)
3. Laid back
11 (11.5%)
4. Bathroom mat
0 (0%)
5. Behind you!
8 (8.3%)
6. Hippy chick
1 (1%)
7
4 (4.2%)
8. 34C
0 (0%)
9
2 (2.1%)
10
7 (7.3%)
11
7 (7.3%)
12. Wandering hand.
7 (7.3%)
13
8 (8.3%)
14
6 (6.3%)
15
14 (14.6%)

Total Members Voted: 26

Voting closed: May 10, 2020, 16:18

Author Topic: Lock Down Blues  (Read 3460 times)

Offline chrisk

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Re: Lock Down Blues
« Reply #30 on: May 16, 2020, 04:41 »
Iíve got a McCullough in the shed that I bought ages ago. Iím am still waiting for a pretty women to come round and show me how to us it.  ;)

Adam got Eve a beauty with his chainsaw, right between the legs.

Adam was having a few beers with God after work and apologised, he said it was an accident.  :-[

God said, bloody good shot though Adam ;) you got her right in the c%nt.
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Re: Lock Down Blues
« Reply #31 on: May 31, 2020, 16:09 »
Iíve got a McCullough in the shed that I bought ages ago. Iím am still waiting for a pretty women to come round and show me how to us it.  ;)
As for the ads I guess #15 gets my top vote too.

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Offline Sir Sidney Ruffdiamond

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Re: Lock Down Blues
« Reply #32 on: June 08, 2020, 09:36 »
Got a Stilh  ;D  had some work ones  :P

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Re: Lock Down Blues
« Reply #33 on: June 08, 2020, 12:19 »
that ad is just fabulous, leaving the stilly on as well, even better
but as far as chainsaws go I am a Husqvarna man, 18" for all the normal stuff and a 32" for proper jobs, both of then 30 years old and still (Shtill?) going strong, both in fairly low use retirment now, but at one time (pre gas to the house) I was burning approx 18 tonnes of wood annually.
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Re: Lock Down Blues
« Reply #34 on: June 09, 2020, 05:24 »
Stihl the boss
I find huskys are all about revs and the stihl is about torque. I have a 20" Stihl MS390 for general stuff and a 42" Stihl 090 for my larger logs.
Also have a 14" Husky that I wish was a Stihl for small branches. I also have several bars of various lengths for the 090 depending on what I'm cutting.
I've never seen any hot chicks play with chainsaws.
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Re: Lock Down Blues
« Reply #35 on: June 09, 2020, 08:59 »
Stihl the boss
I find huskys are all about revs and the stihl is about torque. I have a 20" Stihl MS390 for general stuff and a 42" Stihl 090 for my larger logs.
Also have a 14" Husky that I wish was a Stihl for small branches. I also have several bars of various lengths for the 090 depending on what I'm cutting.
I've never seen any hot chicks play with chainsaws.


There is a whole stack of them here , they are definitely playing...cant say for sure if they used them
https://www.shutterstock.com/search/beauty+chainsaw+woman

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Re: Lock Down Blues
« Reply #36 on: June 09, 2020, 14:54 »
One of my favourite songs when I was heli-logging. Would have enjoyed seeing them play live!

Jim





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Re: Lock Down Blues
« Reply #37 on: June 19, 2020, 05:16 »
Personally I adore this PIC of a Girl and her Motorcycle:


and here she is a few years later:


Still adorable ;o)

« Last Edit: June 19, 2020, 05:42 by Laverda SF »

Offline helicopterjim

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Re: Lock Down Blues
« Reply #38 on: June 19, 2020, 07:58 »
Personally I adore this PIC of a Girl and her Motorcycle:


and here she is a few years later:


Still adorable ;o)

Beauty Ron! Thank you!

Jim
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74 3C
75 3C
79 (81) Formula Mirage 1200
Various Ducati's, Guzzi's, Puch's ... a BSA Sloper and maybe even an R90
I don't have a 1977 Honda XL 175 but I do have a Chang Jiang CJ750 with a sidecar.

Lone Butte, British Columbia

Offline Laverda SF

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Re: Lock Down Blues
« Reply #39 on: June 20, 2020, 23:18 »
Street Racing in Toronto in the mid 70's with my 70 SF0 - I encountered a Suzuki 650 crotch rocket that was winning everything light to light.

Followed that ride to the home stable at 4 AM and knocked on the door. A slight 100lb Chinese Girl (Still in her leathers) opened it and brushed me off as an Irish Leprechaun ;o(

The point is that she could not loose me and I would challenge her but not to extreme.

You've never known Love unless you have Lost considering I still had another 800 miles of night riding to get home in Northern Ontario ;o)

Man that Girl could ride a Bike !

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As far a winning street races light to light city block in Toronto with 70 Breganzie 750 SFO = 1st Gear at 7500+ rpm = 75+ MPH Doesn't mean I could not do 110mph in the quarter or over 120 mph where ever I roamed.

I'm still amazed how Breganzie produced them 2 little 4 stroke pistons to packed so much power back in 1970.
« Last Edit: June 21, 2020, 02:42 by Laverda SF »

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Re: Lock Down Blues
« Reply #40 on: June 29, 2020, 19:11 »
Ron,  nice pictures mate, you should consider submitting the SF picture for the Calender everything about it is classic, well done.

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Re: Lock Down Blues
« Reply #41 on: June 29, 2020, 19:15 »
Did anyone notice option #10 has a single front disc I did not know they were ever sold as such?

Offline Paul Marx

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Re: Lock Down Blues
« Reply #42 on: June 29, 2020, 20:58 »
Did anyone notice option #10 has a single front disc I did not know they were ever sold as such?

They were. Some people even think that SF1 = 1 disc, SF2 = 2 discs.
For obvious reasons, not many about.
A bit like drum brake triples.

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Offline Cosi

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Re: Lock Down Blues
« Reply #43 on: June 30, 2020, 21:54 »
I believe there were only 3 from past discussions
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Re: Lock Down Blues
« Reply #44 on: July 01, 2020, 02:51 »
I believe there were only 3 from past discussions

Correct.
No SF4

Paul