The kindness of friends.

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  1. snwcmpr

    snwcmpr SotM Winner Subscriber

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    Doug, who is that dapper guy in your avatar? :D/:D/:D/
     
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    Well Ken... that's my twin brother from prison trying to steal my bike.
    An avatar seemed inevitable if I am going to hang around the site and create mayhem and mischief.
     
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    You gotta get away quickly after mayhem and mischief.
     
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    Doug it is good to see you back on CCS.
    I was looking though my spares today and I found that I still have some of your hand turned NRV cups and hand coiled NRV springs - I have avoided using them as they are works of art.
     
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    Thank you Trevor, you are too kind and I am honored that you are intent to keep those parts in spares instead of using them. Those parts are quite old now. Hmmm... your spares bin is a time capsule of sorts.
    Best Wishes,
    Doug
     
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    On the subject of kindness of friends, I well remember the kindness of a friend from the far north of Scotland, who gave me the grand tour when I arrived in his town, jet-lagged and limping. He also presented me with a nice Burmos, which I enjoy very much.

    What goes around comes around, Kerophile, and I'm glad to see you on the receiving end.

    ....Arch