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Re: CP Limo Driver

Postby noise stopper » 09 Feb 2011, 20:21

Security in a duffle coat? Paddington Protection Services? Motto It's all marmalade sandwiches from here!" :lol:
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Re: CP Limo Driver

Postby Gemini » 09 Feb 2011, 23:33

I did wonder whether he was wearing it, and in a band, purely for the whole image of it. "look at me, I am a bodyguard" sorta thing.

noise stopper wrote:Security in a duffle coat? Paddington Protection Services? Motto It's all marmalade sandwiches from here!" :lol:


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Re: CP Limo Driver

Postby koppitedownsout » 10 Feb 2011, 02:43

noise stopper wrote:Security in a duffle coat? Paddington Protection Services? Motto It's all marmalade sandwiches from here!" :lol:


Maybe paddington was in the limo, or doing a cameo in the panto!!! :lol:
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Re: CP Limo Driver

Postby noise stopper » 10 Feb 2011, 08:59

koppitedownsout wrote:
noise stopper wrote:Security in a duffle coat? Paddington Protection Services? Motto It's all marmalade sandwiches from here!" :lol:


Maybe paddington was in the limo, or doing a cameo in the panto!!! :lol:

Paddington and his posse! Hanging with the homebears! :lol:
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Re: CP Limo Driver

Postby hippy » 10 Feb 2011, 11:26

Pioneer Security wrote:one man baby sitting cp for low risk is very popular now a days. Dare I say its even just for show now a days!! .


Cant say we are getting many requests for it, but I guess it depends on client base.
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Re: CP Limo Driver

Postby koppitedownsout » 10 Feb 2011, 17:33

noise stopper wrote:
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noise stopper wrote:Security in a duffle coat? Paddington Protection Services? Motto It's all marmalade sandwiches from here!" :lol:


Maybe paddington was in the limo, or doing a cameo in the panto!!! :lol:

Paddington and his posse! Hanging with the homebears! :lol:


Definately going to need a limo for that lot!!! :lol:
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Re: CP Limo Driver

Postby Coversure Insurance » 24 Mar 2011, 10:04

noise stopper wrote:Security in a duffle coat? Paddington Protection Services? Motto It's all marmalade sandwiches from here!" :lol:


Perhaps he insured with http://www.provisionalmarmalade.co.uk
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Re: CP Limo Driver

Postby noise stopper » 24 Mar 2011, 20:03

Coversure Insurance wrote:
noise stopper wrote:Security in a duffle coat? Paddington Protection Services? Motto It's all marmalade sandwiches from here!" :lol:


Perhaps he insured with http://www.provisionalmarmalade.co.uk

I went to school in Clitheroe!! for maximum comedy value they need a postal address in Paddington or at least Windsor Gardens!
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Re: CP Limo Driver

Postby Enigma » 24 Mar 2011, 20:24

The fact that he had an armband with a badge says he is not CP. Myself or any of the guys I have worked with doing CP or RST for that matter have never displayed their badge. Even at events I have been asked not to display it even when not working CP and just doing stewarding! Even on response at West Ham I just carry it not display it.

The duffel coat is a totally different matter, I didn't realise you could still get them other than with a slightly obtuse bear with a penchant for marmalade snack foods!
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Re: CP Limo Driver

Postby noise stopper » 24 Mar 2011, 21:27

Enigma wrote:The fact that he had an armband with a badge says he is not CP. Myself or any of the guys I have worked with doing CP or RST for that matter have never displayed their badge. Even at events I have been asked not to display it even when not working CP and just doing stewarding! Even on response at West Ham I just carry it not display it.

The duffel coat is a totally different matter, I didn't realise you could still get them other than with a slightly obtuse bear with a penchant for marmalade snack foods!

Umless he has a weird thing for the WW2 Navy look! That just occurred to me!
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