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    Hi Guys,

    Anyone know of any UK sim shows this year - I think the IFC shows may not be happening so is there any alternative?

    Perhaps we need a UK "meet up" for a couple of cheeky vimtos??

    Cheers
    Mike

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    Thumbs up sounds good to me

    Definatley up for that one-! especially the cheeky vimtos- (i think our overseas friends may need an explanationČ)
    Maybe we could have a regular open house where we descend on someones sim for the day or weekend......

    Steve
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    For clarification:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cheeky_Vimto

    BUT - the phrase can also be used to signify any alcoholic beverage as I wouldnt give you a thank you for a Blue WKD - if you are going to drink booze it should taste of booze, not pop!

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    Cool indeed-

    should have to also come in a pint glass (although that could also include gin,vodka etc..)
    another bedroom boeing.....

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    Like your style Steve!
    I would also include the grape derivative drinks our 'new world' cousins produce - can also be enjoyed in a large glass!

    Is it Thirsty Thursday!?

    Why is your post count stuck on 42???

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    yeah..

    now you mention it, yours is stuck on 127...
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    its now changed - guess it must be thirsty thursday!

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    ahh clever

    i have used my detective skills and worked out that it updates all your posts when you do a new one...so this should make 44 (unless you are viewing this at a later date..)
    now if only i could figure out how to get annunciator data out of PMDG.........
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    Hi,

    I think RC simulations are still holding their UK sim convention in Birmingham this year. I think it is usually in November/December. Really good show. lots of people there. They have quite a number of cockpit builders and companies showing off kit.

    Cheers

    Rhydian

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    Like the sound of potential UK based fun, frolics and cheeky sherbits. (never head the Vimto slang 'til now!).

    David R
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