Re: [CR]Flying Scot

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From: "Bob Reid" <robertrreid@tiscali.co.uk>
Subject: Re: [CR]Flying Scot
Date: Wed, 6 Jul 2005 23:07:58 +0100
To: Classic Cycling List <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>


Now if he'd ridden the local '10' on a Flying Scot, would he have qualified to be an honorary keeper of the flame ?

Bob Reid Stonehaven Scotland

An amusing aside ; The husband of a friend of my wife, shot to national fame in Auchterarder - given the job of 'Bobby on a bike' community policeman (see <http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/ 4085072.stm> as his last assignment before he retires. He was the friendly face of the G8 policing. whilst built like a brick sh..house he appears to have been fortunate to have the back up of a few hundred Scottish police include two Chinooks worth to help when faced with the extreme anti-G8 mob complete with iron bars et al....

God forbid if the anti-capitalists get bored and become the anti- woven fabric and plastic brigade.

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On 6 Jul 2005, at 22:35, Mick Butler wrote:
>
> I see your president has made his usual impact on arrival. This
> time the flying scot was a Scottish policeman! George Dubya decided
> on a publicity G8 bike ride around Gleneagles. Yeah you guessed he
> knocked one of the Scottish bobbies over and put him in hospital.
> Why does he have to go all green and start cycling?
>
>
> Michael Butler Huntingdon UK.