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Oatcakes could save the planet

dishdoctor

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Do you think a oatcake strategically place in the centre of a offset 1.2 metre dish would help to get astra 2d............brian
 

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I mean by absorbing the cross polarity excess radiation caused by high gain transponders...i hope that makes it clearer...brian
 

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An interesting hypothesis Brian, would the oatcake need to be offset also, or would a perfectly symmetrical product suffice?
 

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Didnt you ever watch Hawaii 5 o their thighs were anything but symetrical,you just have to take what you can get in this life:cool:
 

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Damn, I'd just managed to stop thinking about the Hawaiian virgins as well:rolleyes:
 

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Just because i use less letters than you in some of my words it does not mean that i cant spell O-grab
 

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Anyway, it"s Cuban virgins..where the cigars come from.....it"s just wishfull thinking on your part............brian
 

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Unfortunately that's pretty much all I have left Brian. ;)
Well that and Roget's Thesaurus and a well thumbed version of the Oxford concise.