Haven't you heard about the weather in Old Blighty? It's just about the only
topic of conversation everyone knows - whether the weather will or whether
the weather won't - rain that is!
Now, with an all-year-round Spitfire that increases the conversational
range - whether the weather will rain on it, shine on it or freeze it.
And I think that's quite enough of that, even I'm confused now!
It's late here & I don't think the brain is firing on all cylinders.
----- Original Message -----
From: Jim <email@example.com>
To: Sue <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: <Growe58@aol.com>; <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, September 18, 1999 12:18 AM
Subject: Re: Floyd 'n' me - no technical content
> come now Sue Bear. Say it ain't so.
> Sue wrote:
> > > So I gotta ask about the wet performance - what's up with that? Don't
> > they
> > > ever have rain in England? :)
> > In a word - YES
> > In a few more words - usually for 90% + of the year.
> > Must have been lucky this year as we actually had a summer - long hot
> > driving topless.....
> > Now the rain's back - must get that twin speed wiper motor fitted.....
> > Looking forward now to scraping the ice off the *inside* of the
> > when winter gets here.....
> > Oh, the many joys of being a Spitfire driver!
> > Sue
> > '68 MkIII
> Rawchester, Neu Yawk
> Sptifire MkII "HardWay" FC68436L Red, what else?