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I just cant believe how calm SK is. That woman copper also sounds like Anne Robinson

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Good to see :) I sent a message to K about the clip. The same offer I made him goes out to you if you ever decide to head down this way. Cheers

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Cheers Doug and visa versa

Thanks.

I’ll get over there one day with the missus and sneak off for a day or two to check out some stuff, but with a 2 and 5 year old, by the time I get there… well do any of your locations have wheelchair access ;)

Cheers

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