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Re: Tiger Air ?
« Reply #30 : April 19, 2017, 00:59:44 »
Hey Gerard, or should I call you Mr Killjoy?  :D

The camera in the guard rail is a new one for me. Where are they? PLEASE! :Shocked:

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You are a funny guy John (but I like you!)

Tollways in Cairns...  :rofl: :rofl:

I don't think there will be an issue having different rego than home address. It must happen all the time. Even rental cars are sometimes registered in a different State than where they are being used in.... :cool:

LOL, THANKS Dazz your Tops, well us New South Welshmen. expect anything in Queensland now Joh & Flow have moved on. No up front Tic Gate, everything is hidden & very sneaky. LOL
but we love them & even play there game so they have something to win even using NSW born players. State of Origin.
it's same with Kiwi's they could not possibly Play aussie rules as too heavy & slow, so we humour them playing Union
it's a bit trade union style. Lol.
but if you stick to speed limit & can dodge the road rages & ferrals & Hippies, should be fine, it's nothing like North Korea.
cheers
I'll tell you one think i like in Queensland that the fresh mud crab salad sandwiches you can buy, i just love them!!!
thanks everyone for all you help!
also are FNQ Crocks fussy what they eat?

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Re: Tiger Air ?
« Reply #31 : April 19, 2017, 03:54:28 »
also are FNQ Crocks fussy what they eat?

You should be safe.   :lol:
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Re: Tiger Air ?
« Reply #32 : April 20, 2017, 16:49:08 »
also are FNQ Crocks fussy what they eat?

You should be safe.   :lol:

LOL Dave

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« Reply #33 : April 20, 2017, 17:11:10 »
it's same with Kiwi's they could not possibly Play aussie rules as too heavy & slow, so we humour them playing Union
it's a bit trade union style. Lol.

Too Slow!!  :Shocked:
Our Kiwi Gods are the 'athletic bench mark'.  Here's but one example of an all round sportsman-   And like all Kiwis, he was the nicest bloke you could ever meet.  :victory:

Happy Riding mate. :)
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Re: Tiger Air ?
« Reply #34 : April 25, 2017, 02:50:33 »
Hey Gerard, or should I call you Mr Killjoy?  :D

The camera in the guard rail is a new one for me. Where are they? PLEASE! :Shocked:

@tw2005
Funny, I tried to backtrace this one and ended up here to find it's false most likely. LOL.

Damn people lying on google. (link) The Speed Camera is WHERE?

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Re: Tiger Air ?
« Reply #35 : April 25, 2017, 03:41:34 »
Thanks will timidly leave home in my V16 z3  :D
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« Reply #36 : April 25, 2017, 04:02:04 »
Thanks will timidly leave home in my V16 z3  :D
Sounds delicious. ....are you lying?

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« Reply #37 : April 25, 2017, 10:14:19 »
Thanks will timidly leave home in my V16 z3  :D
Sounds delicious. ....are you lying?




It only went into the BMW 7 Series (E32)....not Z3..... :D

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Re: Tiger Air ?
« Reply #38 : April 25, 2017, 18:25:18 »
Nep sounds good, trying to work out what a Caddi v12 doing in a BMW thread? Lol

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« Reply #39 : April 26, 2017, 03:28:20 »
Nep sounds good, trying to work out what a Caddi v12 doing in a BMW thread? Lol

I thought this was the Tiger Air thread and it's a Caddi V16 concept  :head_butt:
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« Reply #40 : April 26, 2017, 04:02:54 »
 :whistler: When did anything go to plan here?
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Re: Tiger Air ?
« Reply #41 : April 26, 2017, 04:07:03 »
Anyone reading this thread quickly might think Tiger Air is now using Cadillac V16's in their planes!  :crazy1:
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« Reply #42 : April 26, 2017, 04:23:52 »
Anyone reading this thread quickly might think Tiger Air is now using Cadillac V16's in their planes!  :crazy1:

Is that good or bad?
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« Reply #43 : April 26, 2017, 04:38:03 »
:whistler: When did anything go to plan here?

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Re: Tiger Air ?
« Reply #44 : April 26, 2017, 08:03:36 »
Went from Brisbane to Melbourne with Tiger last Friday.  Got to the airport early for a 6:15pm flight.  However we finally left Brisbane just before 11pm and got into Melbourne just before 2am Sat morning some 4 to 5 hours late!!!
Tiger joined with a company called Alliance late last year and they sometimes use Alliance planes as was the case with us.  The plane was smaller than the usual Tiger planes (a Fokker 200 I think). They have the jet engines attached to the rear of the body of the plane rather than out on the wings, which made for a bloody noisy flight given we were sitting in the second last row.
Return flight two days ago was on schedule and was in aTiger company plane, so they do get things right sometimes. A bit hit and miss though so will try to avoid them in future.
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Re: Tiger Air ?
« Reply #45 : April 26, 2017, 08:06:54 »
Thanks for that Russell (great to hear from you!) Say hi to Sandra from us please.  :goodjob:
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