James May's Man Lab

Ellie

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Ta! This was a great read! And is that a "new" shirt I spy?!
 

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I'm pretty sure I've seen that shirt before, but LC's the expert.
 

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:-D

Not entirly new. It's been around for about a year.

Anyone know of a proper hobby I could take up?
 

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Well, having sneaked a peek at the book in my local Waterstones, may I say that the illustrations, picture captions and chapter headings are hysterical. I had to put the book down and leave before I accidentally spat on the pages and got thrown out.

The chapter on "How to escape from Butlins" may only resonate with people of a certain age who were brought up in the UK, though. I think the Butlins experience was a uniquely British one. Enjoy the book.

"The A330 Airbus is not a toy"
 

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Couldn't find it on the 'Tube, but I found a compilation of James playing piano.


"Moonlight Sonata" starts at about 3:30, but there isn't much of it.
 
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Yeah, I prefer the specs he wore in 13x07. :nod: Or his reading specs from 11x05.
 
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