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    Point taken, I will no longer raise any more...

    Point taken, I will no longer raise any more topics because I don't want to upset you so much as you feel that is necessary.
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    Yes that is correct. I also have the added...

    Yes that is correct. I also have the added complication of Mrs Mick is still recovering from a stroke, so from now on we are playing it safe.

    We just have to wait until nearly everyone in Europe...
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    We can only go back for 90 days. After that it is...

    We can only go back for 90 days. After that it is a 90 day break from being in any EU country before being allowed to return back in for another 90 days etc.

    All thanks to Brexit of course.
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    Is the Mullet making a comeback?

    I am fortunate in having a good head of hair that is even more full than your average teenager.

    When we were trapped over in Spain last year, we suffered a much tougher lock down than of that in...
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    I hope to return in around September but who...

    I hope to return in around September but who knows what other variant will cause governments to impose restrictions. I am just waiting to see what happens. There is no way I want to suffer a 10 day...
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    I don't care how they got it but I am pleased...

    I don't care how they got it but I am pleased that they did and I hope that tax authorities throughout the world are also given the same knowledge.

    I cannot see the logic of allowing people to...
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    I put £200 in my wallet at the beginning of 2020 and I have still got £160 left. No one wants cash anymore, it's as dead as a Dodo. Anyway it was a revolting health hazard as you never knew whose...
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    Just accept the fact that 2020 & 2021 is going to...

    Just accept the fact that 2020 & 2021 is going to be two years that we will all be glad to see the back of. So stay at home (one year won't kill you) and just do local day trips and eat out in local...
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    I would prefer a gap, easier to keep clean.

    I would prefer a gap, easier to keep clean.
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    There is no general opinion. There are loads of...

    There is no general opinion. There are loads of people with varying opinions and nothing seems to be the predominant POV.
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    Eddie is a much cleverer businessman than you. It...

    Eddie is a much cleverer businessman than you. It pays every businessman to know what percentage of people think good or bad about the products on sale.

    As usual, you are just playing to the...
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    I had a private bet with myself that someone...

    I had a private bet with myself that someone would come up with that old chestnut.

    If Eddy wanted that topic banned, he would have said so by now.

    The OP wanted an opinion and that is what we...
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    There is no general opinion, it's as simple as...

    There is no general opinion, it's as simple as that.

    My overall view is that the only reason people buy a homage (be it existing or out of production) or a fake is that they cannot afford an...
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    I have a keyless car in Spain and an "old...

    I have a keyless car in Spain and an "old fashioned" ignition key in the UK. I see no difference in using either of them.

    I ask myself a simple question, is the loss of security worth it just to...
  15. We run a Honda 1.6 Diesel and it is a really good...

    We run a Honda 1.6 Diesel and it is a really good car. Unfortunately my wife (Sue) has a stroke a few months ago and had her driving license taken off her automatically until she makes sufficient...
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    It has to be admitted that this forum has a large...

    It has to be admitted that this forum has a large sector of members who are very nasty to each other, trade insults galore , gang up on those who do not conform to the ethos of the forum and will...
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    I know I am in a minority but I also own an 39mm...

    I know I am in a minority but I also own an 39mm Explorer MK1 version and I still like it more than any other version. It's sedate enough for the office and cool enough for walking around in the...
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    That is a classic way of rendering a policy null...

    That is a classic way of rendering a policy null and void unless you specifically name the items that are outside of the insurance. Even then, a lot of companies will refuse to take you on. My...
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    I would have gifted it to a family member or...

    I would have gifted it to a family member or friends.
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    If the value of your watches goes up and you...

    If the value of your watches goes up and you renew at the old value, they won't pay up. Taking out insurance is dead easy, claiming it is not.
  21. Totally agree, the main thing is to keep supply...

    Totally agree, the main thing is to keep supply down and waiting lists up, that is how to enhance the brand image and maintain residuals.

    I suspect that this situation is here to stay.
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    Percussion caps were only used on muzzle loaders...

    Percussion caps were only used on muzzle loaders which do not require a licence.

    Unfortunately both the shotgun and the pistol are breech loaders and therefore need a licence unless deactivated.
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    To be honest, a £25 premium for a £7.5k is a 300:1 risk. That policy is going to have a load of exclusions. So check the policy with a toothcomb.

    It will cover theft as long as the watch is...
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    Yes swimming is very very very good in Spain,...

    Yes swimming is very very very good in Spain, especially when wearing a waterproof Rolex.

    Swimming in the UK is miserable. If you swim outdoors you will probably be cold and if you swim indoors,...
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    You said earlier :- "214270 was wrong in...

    You said earlier :-

    "214270 was wrong in almost everything! Actually, I canít think of a single positivity about it. And I tried really hard to like it - 3 times in fact. £1000 loss each."
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