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It's Just A Ride....
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Conspiracy Theories? Seriel helecopter shoe bomber! All done now though, due to the limited supply of feet... :rolleyes:
 

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It's Just A Ride....
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Really shit bad taste man :mad: :mad: :mad:
Sorry dude, no offence meant... But in my own little world, planet Fletch, it made me chuckle...

Worth noting something Bob Newhart wrote, "Laughter gives us distance. It allows us to step back from an event, deal with it and then move on"...

C'est la Vie... :rolleyes:
 

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Deer Dodger
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Sorry dude, no offence meant... But in my own little world, planet Fletch, it made me chuckle...

Worth noting something Bob Newhart wrote, "Laughter gives us distance. It allows us to step back from an event, deal with it and then move on"...

C'est la Vie... :rolleyes:

Someone, get me a twelve bore QUICK !!!!!!
 

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Sir FallofaLott
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"Laughter gives us distance. It allows us to step back from an event, deal with it and then move on"...

C'est la Vie... :rolleyes:
This was never more true than when I and a merry band of nurses worked (many years ago it has to be said) in casualty. Weekends were the worst. We had a 'happy hour' when we would deal with victims of attempted murder, fire victims, decapitations, mutilations, victims of extreme car wrecks etc etc etc ....

... first off it was referred by ALL as ''happy hour'' .... we did our best, and saved many lives, and when dealing with the casualties family friends and loved ones we were regular Saint Pauls and Mother Thereas (genuinely, because everyone I worked with was an exceptional human being, genuine caring kind, empathetic and consumate professionals).... but my god, the wickedest, funniest, sickest and most poignant humour came out in the staff room, or the mortuary as we laid the bodies out .... it was a coping strategy, without it you would go insane at the level of human grief and misery you were exposed to on a day to day basis ....

... you want real sick .... attend a 999 Ball Dance (if such things still run - might be showing my age a bit)
 

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It's Just A Ride....
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This was never more true than when I and a merry band of nurses worked (many years ago it has to be said) in casualty. Weekends were the worst. We had a 'happy hour' when we would deal with victims of attempted murder, fire victims, decapitations, mutilations, victims of extreme car wrecks etc etc etc ....... first off it was referred by ALL as ''happy hour'' .... we did our best, and saved many lives, and when dealing with the casualties family friends and loved ones we were regular Saint Pauls and Mother Thereas (genuinely, because everyone I worked with was an exceptional human being, genuine caring kind, empathetic and consumate professionals).... but my god, the wickedest, funniest, sickest and most poignant humour came out in the staff room, or the mortuary as we laid the bodies out .... it was a coping strategy, without it you would go insane at the level of human grief and misery you were exposed to on a day to day basis .... ... you want real sick .... attend a 999 Ball Dance (if such things still run - might be showing my age a bit)
Here you Alpman... Been there... No detail... but when the shit hits and hells gates open, being able to laugh is sometimes the only thing that keeps you sane(ish!)...
 

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SOTGATT
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Really shit bad taste man :mad: :mad: :mad:

Lowflyer.....Fletch specialises in bad taste.....No bad taste no Fletch.....

Besides he's a whole lot more than that.....There's no end to his bad habits. :D

Thanks again for the Whiskey..:)
 

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vodka tester
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this is all a worry, i have spent the last few weeks looking at the prices of cheap helecopters, and all the more expensive ones seem to be giving problems... maybe i should try another form of flying.

this springs to mind

http://www.shortrunbookco.com/gyros/

Roy
 

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21st Century Schizoid Man
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This was never more true than when I and a merry band of nurses worked (many years ago it has to be said) in casualty. Weekends were the worst. We had a 'happy hour' when we would deal with victims of attempted murder, fire victims, decapitations, mutilations, victims of extreme car wrecks etc etc etc ....

... first off it was referred by ALL as ''happy hour'' .... we did our best, and saved many lives, and when dealing with the casualties family friends and loved ones we were regular Saint Pauls and Mother Thereas (genuinely, because everyone I worked with was an exceptional human being, genuine caring kind, empathetic and consumate professionals).... but my god, the wickedest, funniest, sickest and most poignant humour came out in the staff room, or the mortuary as we laid the bodies out .... it was a coping strategy, without it you would go insane at the level of human grief and misery you were exposed to on a day to day basis ....

... you want real sick .... attend a 999 Ball Dance (if such things still run - might be showing my age a bit)
This can happen in the counselling world too...
 

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