A credit to you and Bill, Mike as I know it has been a long hard road to bring them back to being fit for purpose.
Top Job Gentlemen.
Very kind of you to say so, Novie. I seriously reckon that the intake represents about a third of the total amount of effort on the whole machine considering that it has about a zillion parts yet you can pick it up with one hand - oh, and that at least half of it has been in a crash.
Credit, though, must go to all on the team because every last one of us has had a hand in building the roughed out parts into a big chunk of boat. If I have a complaint it's that Mike insists on using rivets normally reserved for the Typhoon Eurofighter that cost more then buying the moon but in the long term that can't be a bad thing.
Novie, I used to work alone in that room too, could listen to ball chasing all day without a single moan from the rest of the team.
Not quite the case... we couldn't hear the ball chasing and you couldn't hear us moaning about it. And then we bought you some ear defenders with a radio inside so the sound of grown youths running hither and thither after a bag of wind was yours and yours alone. See how we look after you.
I'm only a plumber from Cannock...
This is not put on as a public entertainment... it's put on to reach a certain goal.