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Mike the Boilerman

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Mike the Boilerman last won the day on December 15 2018

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  1. Mike the Boilerman

    Graceless and contemptuous modding

    I am just going outside and I may be some time. Issuing warnings to members without citing the post they are being warned for or the posting guideline they have breached illustrates to me the contempt in which the management here holds the members. I was warned twice last night with no explanation of why. I can probably guess but I shouldn't have to. It would be common courtesy to tell members which rule they have breached breached and in which pos but Team Mod elect not to. I find this simply insulting and I don't want to be part of a forum that treats its members like this, so I'm taking a break from CWF. Just so you know, LadyG and Lola.
  2. Mike the Boilerman

    HS2 canal crossing points

    You know you are SUCH fun to have around. Everyone here is delighted you are back! <snigger>
  3. Mike the Boilerman

    HS2 canal crossing points

    Jolly good, keep it up. Your personality is better suited to TB than here. I know I'm a hypocrite, you tell me most days! 😂 We all are in one way or another.
  4. Mike the Boilerman

    Licensed boat as electric

    They are all doing GREAT, thanks!!
  5. Mike the Boilerman

    HS2 canal crossing points

    Just googled it. Oh I see what you mean. Oh you utter SNOWFLAKE! Report me and get it taken down then. I can see why you couldn't hack it on Thunderbox.
  6. Mike the Boilerman

    HS2 canal crossing points

    I know. It is an abbreviation for "good for you", as any fule kno.
  7. Mike the Boilerman

    HS2 canal crossing points

    GFY.
  8. Mike the Boilerman

    Licensed boat as electric

    Boats which don't work properly DESERVE 25% off!!
  9. Mike the Boilerman

    HS2 canal crossing points

    Twaddle.
  10. Mike the Boilerman

    HS2 canal crossing points

    I too thought it was a capacity issue. Only the opponents of it focus of getting there quicker. The twaddle about working on line instead of travelling is just that. Twaddle. How can one visit an exhibition to see, touch and feel new products in ones field for example, on line and £1m deals struck without meeting the other party? Answer? It doesn't. How can 10,000 tonnes of freight be moved to Brum on line? Or from Brum to London? How do you visit your sick mother in hospital in London when you live in Brum, on line? The examples of real life demad for travel are easy to imagine, if you have any imagination that is.
  11. Mike the Boilerman

    Russian Ship Lands on Cornish Coast

    Cue that nice mrsmelly making a hilarious joke about them using same devices in the daytime at the western end of the... etc.
  12. Mike the Boilerman

    Pillings Lock Marina

    I guess post 66 has already gone. When a post is deleted all the later posts shuffle up by one, so there is no gap.
  13. Mike the Boilerman

    Help - can’t identify cause root cause of leaks!

    And how would poor insulation explain the leak only happening when its raining? I'd be looking for skin fittings through the side deck just above this location that might not be sealed to the deck properly. As the leak starts promptly with the rain it is bound to be a cabin top leak not condensation. And do what Cheshire Cat suggests in post 14.
  14. Mike the Boilerman

    Help - can’t identify cause root cause of leaks!

    Best way to fix this is a big blue tarp over the whole of the boat...
  15. Mike the Boilerman

    Russian Ship Lands on Cornish Coast

    My bet is they bought the right anchor for the size of ship according to the anchor threads on here, but it was too heavy for the whole of the crew to chuck over the side when they needed it.
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