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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigblock View Post
    As this site is then ?
    Doesn't that make us as good as Top Gear Presenters ?
    Can someone get Jodie Kidd on here please
    Well.... perhaps it makes some people here "as good as Top Gear presenters"... in my own half-baked amateur opinion, of course.

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    Have they got a pattern for a "Cobra Cosy"
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    You guys are horrible, fancy making homophobic offensive comments about knitting, really guys, knitting is SOOOO gay isn't it!!

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    But seriously, some people really shouldn't have access to the internet, or when given access to the internet should be provided with a sense of humour!!
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    Does Jodie Kidd knit then ?
    Or
    Have I lost the plot ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by robert View Post
    You guys are horrible, fancy making homophobic offensive comments about knitting, really guys, knitting is SOOOO gay isn't it!!

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    But seriously, some people really shouldn't have access to the internet, or when given access to the internet should be provided with a sense of humour!!

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    I believe that knitting was a popular way of passing the time for submariners in the war.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinW View Post
    I believe that knitting was a popular way of passing the time for submariners in the war.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robert View Post
    You guys are horrible, fancy making homophobic offensive comments about knitting, really guys, knitting is SOOOO gay isn't it!!

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    But seriously, some people really shouldn't have access to the internet, or when given access to the internet should be provided with a sense of humour!!
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    I can't say I'm keen on either presenter of the new show and I'm not too keen on shows about over polished investments so I'll probably give it a miss.

    Top Gear is, however, unique and will always be loved by some, hated by others a bit like religion I guess.

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    Well I watched it and quite frankly hated it! Self indulgent, so predictable, dull and drab. For example, they do a piece on the Ferrari and use the same old music that has been used by every other car show that features an Italian car, its a 1960's car so they use the same old lighting techniques as every other car show recreating the period when obviously daylight had a nutural soft yellow tinge all day and the sun was always squinting behind the subject causing camera flair. And as for their chat on the sofa, all I can say is I am glad it was recorded and I could fast forward.!!!!

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