- Jun 22, 2008
He's unpredictabe. Part of his charm.Sorry for the small bump but I want to share this: What's with Clarkson and Skodas all of the sudden? I mean I like them and think they're nice cars, but Clarkson hated them a while ago and now he chooses a Roomster as his cheap car(13x3) and the Octavia Scout as one of his favorites of this year?
The difference in international versus domestic postage rates, I imagine. As to why the international versions are missing the "media" extras (like the DVDs), it could be licensing issues restricting distribution outside of the UK.Ok, another thing. Why do 13 issues of TG Mag UK cost ?35.50 for those in the UK and ?89 for me to get them?
I could've sworn I recently got fish and chips wrapped in newspaper...not fit for putting Fish and Chips in - if you were allowed to these days (H&S banned that back in the 70's).
No, you are OK. Random Thoughts (TG) is meant for this kind ofSorry to bring this thread up again but I don't want to start a new one for something like this.
Which episode was that?Does anybody got a link on the BMW commercial people thought was filmed by the TG crew?
I would search for it but the forums don't find anything with less than 4 characters.
That's it? Wow.The Daily Mail was raging about Top Gear's ?200k per episode budget (I think they admitted the budget was a guesstimate) a while ago.
Trevor Eve (7x01).Several weeks ago, my friend S and I were at work, discussing how she wanted to learn American Sign Language (ASL). After teaching her the few signs I know, we both bemoaned the fact that we didn't know the sign for "boring". That very evening I went home and watched the episode of Top Gear waiting on my DVR. The SIARPC--I can't remember now who it was--taught Jezza the ASL for "boring."
Your DVR must be haunted.A few weeks later, S announced her plan to attempt to swim the English Channel in 2011. Much excitement was expressed; plans for a field trip to accompany her were initiated. That night I went home and watched the episode of Top Gear waiting on my DVR. It was the one where they attempt to cross the Channel in their amphibious vehicles.
I swear, it's like it knows.
Ah, I see! I had not understood your post before.I wasn't in an episode, it was an M-sport commercial, if I recall correctly, that was filmed on an airfield and featured filming techniques almost identical to those found on TG.
Yes, by a strange and spiteful something that follows me around all eavesdroppy-like, then dashes home to change whatever's on my DVR to an episode of Top Gear that somehow relates to something that happened at work before I can plop onto the couch and watch it.Your DVR must be haunted.