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  1. Thread: Strimmer

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    Stihl running on Aspen. Kombi one so have...

    Stihl running on Aspen. Kombi one so have strimmer, long reach hedge cutter and mini chainsaw thinghy. Works well and has plenty of power.
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    You are only at the start of the farce. I...

    You are only at the start of the farce.

    I went to court as a witness for a victim.

    The defence barrister constructed a pack of lies the judge bought it and the case was dismissed and the...
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    I put them down myself, challenging to lay. But...

    I put them down myself, challenging to lay. But the result is excellent.

    https://i.postimg.cc/HLPTVtm1/87530458-8078-4-AE1-8144-68760-C234009.jpg
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    If those are ceramic tiles I think I have the...

    If those are ceramic tiles I think I have the same ones in my kitchen.
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    Here you go. ...

    Here you go.

    https://www.mwrforum.net/forums/showthread.php?92383-Tudor-Pelagos-(M-N-21)
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    Excellent work there ... I was going to suggest...

    Excellent work there ... I was going to suggest putting the job on Fiverr for a £20 gig I bet that would get a decent result.
  7. Thread: Bitcoin

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    Maybe you are right .... time will tell. For...

    Maybe you are right .... time will tell.

    For sure crypto will have a role in the future of finance but I'm not sure if we can see any of it yet ... at the moment it just seems like the wild west...
  8. Thread: Bitcoin

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    Well that is one view but seems to me the...

    Well that is one view but seems to me the exchanges are major players in the BTC space and they have been using their stable coins to make those plays ... they don't seem separate to me ... did you...
  9. Thread: Bitcoin

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    I'm not "freaking out" I am watching this train...

    I'm not "freaking out" I am watching this train wreck from the side lines ... the whole gig just seems incredible to me ... you seem to be missing the point that the various stable coins are what...
  10. Thread: Bitcoin

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    But the point is that the exchanges have been...

    But the point is that the exchanges have been using their own invented magic beans that are meant to be backed by USD but appear not to be to buy cryptos to keep the whole system pumping ... when...
  11. Thread: Bitcoin

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    Really? The authorities have been slow but if...

    Really? The authorities have been slow but if they straighten things out I canít see it being good news. Seems like a massive fraud is in progress so I can only see bad news Ö
  12. Thread: Bitcoin

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    From the article The CEO, Brian Armstrong,...

    From the article

    The CEO, Brian Armstrong, sold $291 million worth of shares on opening day, 1.5% of his holdings.
    Co-founder and board member Fred Ehrsam sold $112 million worth of shares....
  13. Thread: Bitcoin

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    Read this article over breakfast, seems the wise...

    Read this article over breakfast, seems the wise money is moving out.

    https://coingeek.com/coinbase-listing-the-first-act-in-an-industry-wide-exit-strategy/

    When this all blows up itís going...
  14. Thread: Bitcoin

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    How many more crypto mugs exist to keep these...

    How many more crypto mugs exist to keep these things rolling?
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    Itís criminal itís taking so long Öthe initial issue was a disgrace but the delay correcting it is even worse.
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    Iím not surprised that the OP feels like this. This is why the Explorer is such a great watch. Great to own and nobody notices it.
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    Good lad Ö happy Birthday.
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    Gutted. I wonder if he can come back next year? A...

    Gutted. I wonder if he can come back next year? A year older with younger competitors who are currently missing.
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    Timing the market is tricky.

    Timing the market is tricky.
  20. That must be a substantial record of actions by...

    That must be a substantial record of actions by now Ö good luck getting satisfaction.
  21. Maybe with Adi’s consent we should all start...

    Maybe with Adi’s consent we should all start messaging her, this thread has had 37,000 views and I suspect that there is a fair connection between people who collect watches and Porsche ownership.
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    Fair enough but Iíd say that you have given the ample opportunity to make good.

    At some point you have to draw the line or this thread will still be running this time next year.
  23. Why do you keep going back. Demand a refund and...

    Why do you keep going back. Demand a refund and go elsewhere.

    There must be a decent outfit somewhere.
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    Bit odd agreed but most people look at the dial...

    Bit odd agreed but most people look at the dial not the clasp.
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    Ive done the first 3 of the Uk ones. Would love...

    Ive done the first 3 of the Uk ones. Would love to attend some of the overseas versions.
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