New job

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  1. Colin

    Colin Colossal Squid Supporter

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    Hi all,

    just wanted to let you all know that I have started a new job as a countryside ranger in Strathclyde park in Central Scotland... I have been there three days and the job seems really good!

    heres a link here to the park...
    Strathclyde Country Park

    here's a link to what i actually do...
    Strathclyde Country Park : Countryside Ranger Service
    hehe will need to post pics of my big bright yellow land rover :)

    anyway, apologies if I dont get round to posting and replying to threads as quickly as normal...

    Cheers
    Colin
     
  2. cthulhu77

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    Congratulations! Looks like a great place...be sure to check in a lot though...we rely on you for a lot of information!
    I am also envious of a yellow landrover...very nice!
    Greg
     
  3. corw314

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    Hi Colin!

    Congrats on the new job!!! Looks like a beautiful place!!! Post more pictures!!! Sometimes, I think I should be in a park instead of a dreary office!!! Although my desk and wall looks like something out of a jungle!!!

    Carol
     
  4. Clem

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    Re: New job

    Dude. You're "Baywatch."

    :wink:
     
  5. Colin

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    Dude. You're "Baywatch."


    Great!!!! send on the co-staff LOLOL
     
  6. Clem

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    Colin,

    Consider it done.
     
  7. Steve O'Shea

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    10 legs but no fins .....

    What kind of squid is that?
     
  8. cthulhu77

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    And what is with all those bumpy parts...camoflauge????
    hehe.
     
  9. Colin

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    LOLOLOLOLOL great!

    one problem, we all wear green swimsuits!
     
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    :lol: Classic... Colin looks remarkably natural in that setting.
     
  11. mikeconstable

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    Working just a bit too far south

    . . . to convince us that the Loch Ness Monster is just a Big Friendly Cephalopod (BFC).

    :squid:? :meso: ? :ammonite: ?

    [Re Loch Ness:-- Many years ago I was told by someone that their son(s?) were paddling a red (or was it yellow?) canoe near the castle when they decided they were not the only things in the water, and on the shore was the place to be!]
     
  12. Clem

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    Dunlopoteuthis mammarideus.
     
  13. Colin

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    that one would need better explaining before i end up just being called a t**

    LOL

    anyway, i'll stick with this job for a while then get a talking TransAm and release songs that make number one in germany and eastern european countries....

    did i ever tell you all that if you shaved my chest you could use the hair to knit a lifesized llama?
     
  14. Steve O'Shea

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    Umm. Why no, you never mention this Colin (and I really wish that you hadn't) :goofysca:
     
  15. Clem

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    Dunlopoteuthis mammarideus roughly translates to "Dunlop's squid with big boobs," and was a provisional ID for your co-stars.

    Now, Colin, where's that talking Range Rover? Don't make me get creative.

    :twisted:

    Clem
     

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