# Phill from GCHQ - page 79 #

Drawing - 966 × 1350 px - 718 kb PNG - Page 79 of Phill from GCHQ - Trying to outsmart the intense British surveillance machine is not a simple task. Time will show if our friends will succeed.

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Love the security advice.
J R diaspora
So, being in the minority attracts attention. Likewise, old car buffs will immediately take an interest in an old Morris J. There are so few of these old vans left. They might think Morty has ruined it, however, when they find out that it no longer has the original smoke-belching motor...
Five weirdo hippies in a veteran car (and even an EV) do not have the best odds.

@Trocatintas - I made the PDF to make it easy for @gargamello to proof-read the first album so I hadn't really thought about it, but now I have made one with the rest of the pages - I guess I will update it every time I make a new page.
J R diaspora
Five weirdo hippies in a veteran car ... do not have the best odds.
Well, that is very true. Even with oversized motors, the poor aerodynamics and narrow tires and flimsy frame of the 'J' are not exactly race-car material. You can beef up the suspension, but you still need a car to which to attach it.
@Katharsisdrill Thank you so very much! ^^
Sorry about the ask but it's because I really prefer to read it all in one go.
@J R - Right now they are keeping well below 70 mph. Wouldn't want any coppers to know that she is able of go at least 120 while the bodywork blows off.

@Trocatintas - No problem. I want people to be able to read it the way they want, and it is just collecting the files in a PDF wrapper really.