By continuing to use this site, you agree to our use of cookies. Find out more

Member postings for Andrew Price 2

Here is a list of all the postings Andrew Price 2 has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.

Thread: Prostate Cancer
25/06/2020 11:22:56

I'm wondering if anyone else can remember Freddie Laker on a chat show relationg a storey about his prostate exam.

If a mod would like to get in touch I will be happy to run it passed him before posting!

Thread: What's flying over your house
18/06/2020 13:02:33

Thank you Mark. I will have a looksee this PM.

18/06/2020 12:45:47

Ok guys. I was wondering how the the adsexchange got passed the mods!!

So what is the correct spelling, please? It sounds like a site worth investigating.

Thread: Pug DLG kit build
17/06/2020 23:18:18

Watching with interest!

Thread: Ebay sellers...
11/06/2020 19:06:06

It's a buy it now post for less than a grand, so you can grab yourself an absolute bargain, Nigel!!

Thread: SIG Rascal 110" refurb and electrification
08/04/2020 21:47:57

Signing in.

Thread: RAF's Finest Biplane? Hawker Fury MkI
05/07/2019 11:54:34

I hope you will have a couple of well placed corks, Martian!! surprisesad

Thread: Car indicators
05/07/2019 11:52:48

Well said JD8. I don't know how it has been possible fior car manufacturers to consider that style is more important than safety when designing indicator placement. That nasty little orange bulb behind a clear cover, amongst a load of other stuff, is certainly an issue as it often can't be seen on sunny days. Not at all helpful when I am trying to safely negociate my local, very busy, roundabout.

Mind you sorting out misuse, or rather non use, is an immediate priority by the sounds of it!!

Thread: M6? Not If I Can Help It......
26/05/2019 17:05:55

Traffic jam, guys!!

Not on your life.

When paid by the hour to drive a truck I used to call it overtime!!

26/05/2019 17:05:54

Traffic jam, guys!!

Not on your life.

When paid by the hour to drive a truck I used to call it overtime!!

Thread: please can you identify this plane
03/05/2019 22:12:31

Signing in.

Thread: Ebay sellers...
07/12/2018 22:42:16

Contain yourself man!!

Thread: they are still at it.(PayPal).
25/10/2018 20:11:51

No need to go to Nigeria Ken.

I have £15m here in Northants and you are welcome to come down and help me spend it.

To receive my address just send a cheque for £50, to cover admin costs, of course, and I will be happy to post it to you.

I'll meet you my local Mercedes showroom so we can get started straight away.

Regards,

Honest Andy.

Thread: Ebay sellers...
29/09/2018 22:10:40

Methinks we have been well and truely twigged - a long time ago!!

Thread: Forum members' new models: Let's see them.
17/09/2018 10:51:24

Surely Ken, you mean "Pauls Air Force Dept" ??

Thread: 2018 PSSA Mass Build - The Completed Model Thread
04/09/2018 17:03:53

Fantastic looking effort there, Steve Cooke.

And now you're going to throw it off a cliff....... !! indecision

Thread: Any recommendations...fiction
22/08/2018 17:19:12

A definate yes to Jo Nesbo. His first "The Bat" is not his best but still not a bad place to start. I have now read some 5/6 of his. They are dead easy to spot in charity shops as Nesco is big and bold on the spines.

I do try and read most authors in chronlogical order. I find this to be a good thing in general.

I was given a copy of Jeffery Deavers "The Bodies Left Behind" and was very impressed, even more so when I found someone selling 29 Deavers at an irrisistable price and suddenly I now have a very big pile of reading to get through. This includes most of the excellent and very readable "Falco" series by Lindsey Davies - you may remember hearing the much esteemed Radio 4 series. All set in the reign of Emperor Vespasian.

Still reading the excellent, recommended here, "Sub Rosa" series also set in Roman times, this time by Steven Saylor .

Also recommended here the Pratchett "Discworld" series are great reads.

I have just finished the last in Patrick O'brien seafaring tales which could be decribed as Hornblower for the thinking man!! Recommended.

19/08/2018 15:52:58

Sorry Guys.

The Author is Jonas Jonasson.

Ebay has loads of pre owned sub £3 copies, and new for £9+

19/08/2018 15:47:53

A bundle of laughs.

Follow the adventures of "The 100 year old man who climbed out of the window and disappeared"

Allan Karlsson.

Thread: BAE Systems Tempest
16/07/2018 23:15:00

Thats £2bn per week, John.

Latest Forum Posts
Support Our Partners
Slec
CML
Sussex Model Centre
electricwingman 2017
Sarik
Advertise With Us
Latest "For Sale" Ads
Has home isolation prompted you to start trad' building?
Q: The effects of Coronavirus

 Yes - for the first time
 Yes - but Ive bashed balsa before
 No - Ive existing projects on the bench
 No - Im strictly an ARTF person

Latest Reviews
Digital Back Issues

RCM&E Digital Back Issues

Contact us

Contact us

Magazine Locator

Want the latest issue of RCM&E? Use our magazine locator link to find your nearest stockist!

Find RCM&E!