Clock's ticking

I need to have a volunteer to take over as El Presidente by the 20th.

I went to the doc this afternoon and I've had an entirely new pathology added to my already lengthy list. Soon I may be needing a guide dog and a white stick and I've never met a Labrador yet that can type, never mind the spilling and pinctuation;

I really am serious guys - I am no longer able or willing to do the few simple tasks required to keep the site running. Can I have a volunteer even if he thinks that he can palm it off later. It isn't that difficult altho someone with computer skills and an interest could do a lot with the "raw" site.

Over to you, Blue Leader (I was RAF, so that makes sense if you fought in the Battle of Britain like me.)
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Wireless Safety lanyard

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  • Wireless Safety lanyard

    Hi All,
    Over Xmas I bought myself a new toy for the boat. Its been around for a while but I cant believe we ALL don't have them yet. Its a C.A.S.T Wireless lanyard. In their words "This wireless solution eliminates hitch and un-hitch time, accidental disconnects, and annoying entanglements commonly found with yesterday’s old-school lanyards" Its so easy to fit and it comes with 2 Transmitters, Control Module and Hardware. This Unit will kill the engine & sound an alarm when someone with the transmitter on them, falls in the water. Hit the button to override & recover overboard person, shake off transmitter & away you go again. Good new is I found them @ for only US$160. Retail is US$400. Its accepted in Pro Bass tournaments in the USA so nobody should have any troubles over here as well. Here is a link to their website with more info Please take a look because something as simple as this will save lives. I know how many times I have taken off and just didn't bother connecting my lanyard. They are annoying & cumbersome, but with this wireless version, just keep it attached to your inflatable PDF or whatever.

    Safe Boating