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    Brilliant! Not to mention the advice from...

    Brilliant!

    Not to mention the advice from people who donít run their own businesses- a fact which never seems to get in the way of some such folk knowing exactly how and where those who do own...
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    Thank you. Have to say Iíve returned the one to PC World for a refund. Donít suppose by any chance any of the Manx members here are Toughbook users and could lend me a charger until tomorrow? 😬
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    Laptop PSU - 16v vs 19v

    Quick but urgent Q please gents...

    I came to the IoM and left my laptop charger behind. My Toughbook needs a 16v supply. Mrs Draft has just driven the length of the Island to PC world where the...
  4. No 154 on my other Island......

    No 154 on my other Island...
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    Mrs Draft ran an Evoque for a few years....

    Mrs Draft ran an Evoque for a few years. Excellent car- I couldnít fault it. For the record Iíve had (and still have) Series and Defender LRs.
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    I have a couple of Yellowdog leather NATOs. They...

    I have a couple of Yellowdog leather NATOs. They are definitely a cut above the rest quality wise, but are also pretty thick so may not fit if clearance is tight. In some cases curved springbars can...
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    Your grand should give you a nice choice of used...

    Your grand should give you a nice choice of used Grand Seiko 9f. 40mm might be a bit more of a challenge but for office wear something 36-7 mm sits nicely under a shirt cuff.
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    I bought the quartz version for my stepson a few...

    I bought the quartz version for my stepson a few Christmases ago. Heís 22, just finished an engineering degree, does mountain biking, carting and other active sports and I knew he wasnít going to...
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    Iím more excited about this new arrival than most!
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    If you want a durable laptop, I donít think much if anything outclasses the Panasonic Toughbook. Iíve had one for three years, the best laptop Iíve ever had. A brutal machine- you could probably...
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    I hate holidays but having stayed in Nice a few...

    I hate holidays but having stayed in Nice a few times for work itís one town Iíd happily visit for pleasure.
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    Thereís been a flurry of very nice Datejusts on SC of late, amongst others. Good to see.
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    Hi Alex,

    I think youíre in north Kent, not too far from where Greater London starts? My view is that a lot of SE London is very undervalued, ditto the conurbations on the railway line from Abbey...
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    Unfortunately HMRC these days is pursuing a...

    Unfortunately HMRC these days is pursuing a policy of blurring the line between legal tax planning and criminal evasion as a matter of policy. A good tax adviser will work with a client to assess the...
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    My wristís angle of dangle gives the impression itís being constricted. I do prefer a snug fitting bracelet though. And itís very hot in Malta this week which doesnít help.
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    OQ getting an airing as itís just back from a battery change. https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20190614/04a5ea8ddc3d9f7e4b5e9ce57ad329b5.jpg
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    Off-topic but itís a shame Apple donít have a reasonably priced service like this for replacing a home button with a manufacturing fault that manifested itself just three months out of warranty- they...
  18. A Tudor Snowflake has been on my wish list for...

    A Tudor Snowflake has been on my wish list for maybe the last five years. I finally bit the bullet this month and paid probably three times the price from when I decided I wanted one.
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    Wimpy isnít strictly a contender as there are still a few dozen outlets across Britain limping along but it can only be a matter of time until the brand succumbs to the might of that American giant....
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    Evening Dave.

    ďPropertyĒ is one of the most misused words in the language. The Inheritance Tax Act 1984 itself at section 272 defines ďpropertyĒ as including ďrights or interest of any...
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    Not a fix as such but as a masking exercise, is...

    Not a fix as such but as a masking exercise, is there space in the aperture below the skylight to fit a secondary frame with an obscure glazed (possibly even lightweight acrylic) panel? Unfortunately...
  22. No 154 on one of its islands- only one on Malta...

    No 154 on one of its islands- only one on Malta (so far!)
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    Someone mentioned the Ranger. I think Tudor...

    Someone mentioned the Ranger. I think Tudor missed a trick here by making the so-called ďHeritage ď Ranger so big. If they had compromised on the size at around 37-38mm it would really have had a...
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    Less easily than a decade or two ago, to be...

    Less easily than a decade or two ago, to be honest. When I started my career it was a fairly simple tax but successive policy changes and rafts of new anti-avoidance rules have made it both complex...
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    Just to add- ďmachinesĒ like watches and cars are as an earlier poster said treated as wasting assets which means that gains made on selling them are not subject to CGT. But thatís a different tax.
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