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PostPosted: Mon Aug 03, 2020 19:25 
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Yeah I remember it going onto the discard pile. I might just read up and see how it ended, same with The Walking Dead (has that actually even ended?).


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TWD is still going, and there is a new series coming set even further into the future.

The comics concluded properly though.


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This time last year, we lost my dad.

To mark the anniversary, this morning we have donated £1500 to the hospice that cared for him in his final days. We've got another £1500 to go to Prostate Cancer UK later this week.

Well done you!

Where do you get those massive chequebooks from?
i think if you’re going to ironically pay someone by cheque, you should do it massively. You know, a bit like your 85 year old maiden aunt who still sends you a cheque for a fiver every year for your birthday. I could start doing that to my niece...

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This time last year, we lost my dad.

To mark the anniversary, this morning we have donated £1500 to the hospice that cared for him in his final days. We've got another £1500 to go to Prostate Cancer UK later this week.

Well done you!

Where do you get those massive chequebooks from?
i think if you’re going to ironically pay someone by cheque, you should do it massively. You know, a bit like your 85 year old maiden aunt who still sends you a cheque for a fiver every year for your birthday. I could start doing that to my niece...


https://www.jumbocheques.co.uk/


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My Vespa passed it’s MOT today. Yay

I’d done just under 1000 miles since last year. Nay


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I’d done just under 1000 miles since last year. Nay

Or: yay because that's helping the resale value ;)

How many miles do you normally do?

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I’d done just under 1000 miles since last year. Nay

Or: yay because that's helping the resale value ;)

How many miles do you normally do?


Not huge. I think I averaged 2300 a year on the previous one I had. I’d done more on the Kawasaki I had in between but that was doing some commuting as well.

I got it at a very good price so it’s not depreciated at all in a year and a half.

My Mini convertible is doing well too. In 32 months and 22k miles it only seems to have lost about £3k.

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Nay: Some tosser or tossers have stolen a load of parts from my van while I went for a wee at Buttonwood services. I'd done the right thing and put my tablet and bag in the back but didn't lock it properly. Eejit!!

When I returned and opened the back to get tablet and bag, two crates full of parts (PIN pads, hand held terminals, HDDs and a load of interface cables) had been almost emptied.

Yay: They didn't take my tablet or bag, just moved them out of the way, and they didn't see my laptop bag, so that's not been pilfered either. The missing parts are an annoyance, but can be replaced. They opened a box to see what was in it, which was a PIN pad, but didn't take it, but did take two that they hadn't opened. Odd. But It would have been a real pain in the are if they'd taken my laptop and tablet.

I'd love to see their faces when they open everything because virtually nothing will be of any use to them. They may be able to flog the hand held terminals in a pub, as they look like fancy smart phones, but they won't be able to do anything with them.

I'm just doing an inventory to see what's gone.
I'm on leave next week, so I don't give a shit about all this anyway, really.

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Ideal for modding the original Xbox.. Perhaps you could narrow down your search to someone who likes tinkering with old consoles and perhaps knew of your movements from seeing you every Tuesday night?

Oh... hang on a sec...


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Ideal for modding the original Xbox.. Perhaps you could narrow down your search to someone who likes tinkering with old consoles and perhaps knew of your movements from seeing you every Tuesday night?

Oh... hang on a sec...


@davPaz ?

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37 items stolen. Mostly cables and odd small parts in jiffy bags.

On the plus side, they took an RFID stock "gun" that I'd been trying to send back to stores for two years, but of which that they denied all knowledge. That's a result.

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TheVision wrote:
Ideal for modding the original Xbox.. Perhaps you could narrow down your search to someone who likes tinkering with old consoles and perhaps knew of your movements from seeing you every Tuesday night?

Oh... hang on a sec...


@davPaz ?

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Went for a long walk a couple of weeks ago, in my trainers. They got very wet, and then smelled. Since then, they've been stinking out my car, despite regular sprays with some obviously not-magic spray.

Last night I thought yes, stick them under the car. Car gets un-stunk, trainers might dry off properly for once. And as I drive off, surely I will spot them?

I did not. Stinky trainers, left in a car park, now gone. I am glad.


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Good enough excuse to buy some new ones.


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Good enough excuse to buy some new ones.


It's true! I am rarely short of trainers, but not currently running so it isn't urgent. (Scan on Saturday, hoping I'll then, subject to NHS waiting lists etc., have a prognosis and some options.)


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Good enough excuse to buy some new ones.


It's true! I am rarely short of trainers, but not currently running so it isn't urgent. (Scan on Saturday, hoping I'll then, subject to NHS waiting lists etc., have a prognosis and some options.)

What was it again, your knee?


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Get Kovacs to choose you some, then you won’t be able to miss spotting them under your car or in the rear view mirror.

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Get Kovacs to choose you some, then you won’t be able to miss spotting them under your car or in the rear view mirror.


That's a great idea! Dark blue did not do the trick. Fluorescent green with orange and pink detail would have done it.

And yes, a knee - haven't (quite) straightened my left leg for a while. It'll be a year some time this month.


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Get Kovacs to choose you some, then you won’t be able to miss spotting them under your car or in the rear view mirror.


Some of mine can be seen from space.

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I have a permanent after image of the orange ones.


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Nay: my boss is pushing us to make preventative maintenance calls again, which goes against what senior management decided when the first lock down started. The peasants are likely to revolt.

Yay: We've all got a 2.5% pay rise from 1/11. It was announced very late. Literally, in fact. It was sent at 23.55 on Monday.

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Bad news: Had a call this afternoon from the school as someone in my eldest's class had tested positive for the rona. This put our holiday at risk for next week as she now has to isolate for 7 days. The holiday that we've already rearranged twice.

Good news: The school have just called again. Apparently the parent misread the email. The child in class is fine, it's her mom that has the virus. Looks like we're going on holiday!

Bad news: Someone just called offering me a day of filming next Friday. A day which would have paid for the holiday. I've had to turn it down.

Good news: I've spent some birthday money on games to cheer me up.


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If you cancel the holiday and do the filming it’s double money

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Do the filming whilst on holiday, then you can write the whole cost of the holiday off as a business expense.


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I've come to a quick compromise. I'm willing to come back off holiday a day or two early to do the filming.

Watch it not happen now.


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Guess who decided the back of our fireplace was a great place to hang out for a couple of hours again? Luckily I was an observing man when the engineer came last time and was able to evict it myself. With a stern lecture.

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Guess who decided the back of our fireplace was a great place to hang out for a couple of hours again? Luckily I was an observing man when the engineer came last time and was able to evict it myself. With a stern lecture.

Is it Dimrill?


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Guess who decided the back of our fireplace was a great place to hang out for a couple of hours again? Luckily I was an observing man when the engineer came last time and was able to evict it myself. With a stern lecture.

CUS?

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Nope, it was me. I wanted to see if I could get a good view of Dimrill lounging in front of his fire

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Nope, it was me. I wanted to see if I could get a good view of Dimrill lounging in front of his fire


Hey, a warm ringpiece is a warm ringpiece.

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Just went out to meet me Ma, and he's sitting on top of our Tv aerial glaring at me.

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Nah that's ~25 miles away.

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You do know that you can get little wire things to stop birds flying down the chimney right?


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That would involve getting An Man to scale the ruf. Pretty cash poor at the moment.

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I have to take my boy over the Alder Hey next week and the current border restrictions mean we both have to isolate for 14 days and take 3 tests when we get back, or isolate for 21 days. We also can't live with any members of our household during that time either. I also just started a new job in January so I wasn't sure how this would play out with the new boss and if I'd have to take it off unpaid. And it's the boys last year of A Levels so not ideal for him to take any time time off. So a whole heap of 'Nays' there. Not looking forward to travelling in these circumstances either, and it's a trip for an operation so that's a bit stressful, too.

Spoke to the boss and I can do a combination of WFH and take holidays, so I will get paid. Mr. flis is going to stay with his son so my boy and I can come back to our house, which will be better than any of us living in a hotel for 2 weeks. The school are okay with him doing remote learning so I guess the practice they've all had at that makes it less of an issue this year than it would otherwise have been. Luckily, the op is supposed to be quite straightforward this time and much less traumatic than his first one, which resulted in a longer stay and a collapse lung and months of agony for him :( Should be in and out in 2 days.

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All the best of luck to him Flis.


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That does sound stressful Flis. Best of luck to him, and post on here to let us know how you are both getting on. Xx

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Hope it all goes ok..

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Just fitted a new toilet seat...

I won't describe the nay part :spew:

But the new seat looks fab..

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That sounds kinky

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That sounds kinky

Not to kink shame, but why is that the first place your brain goes when you think about a toilet seat ?:|


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Just fitted a new toilet seat...

I won't describe the nay part :spew:



You're supposed to shit in the gap in the middle.

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That sounds kinky

Not to kink shame, but why is that the first place your brain goes when you think about a toilet seat ?:|



red and black... for some reason leather popped in .... :roll:

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