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    This resonates. My house has three lofts, and...

    This resonates.

    My house has three lofts, and apart from a few suitcases there is nothing in any of them (to be fair, two of them are not easy access, but could be used if I really wanted). We do...
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    A duet with Tyson Fury? That's got to be worth...

    A duet with Tyson Fury?

    That's got to be worth a listen surely?

    :eekskull:
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    Iíve had numerous Jags in the past and enjoyed them all, especially the supercharged V8ís despite their prodigious thirst.

    I had ordered an iPace recently, but they couldnít supply one in time...
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    Yes, it is dire. Do not waste three hours on...

    Yes, it is dire. Do not waste three hours on this.

    The "allegorical" element was so clumsily handled and poorly written as to be completely incongruous to the rest of the torporous plot.

    The...
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    I can see the green eggs, but where's the ham? ...

    I can see the green eggs, but where's the ham?



    Just kidding - really quite good! You've definitely got the texture and shade of the avocado skin right.
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    Ok, For completeness I have just endured the...

    Ok,

    For completeness I have just endured the final episode - all fifty five turgid, inexorable, tedious minutes of it.

    That was far, far worse than I was expecting.

    The characters, hard to...
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    While I agree it was pretty poor, Iím not sure that the BBCís current tacit support of the Tories has much to do with it.

    Unless Gove had a hand in the mealy mouthed script, which is possible I...
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    I'm a huge fan of Wells, and love the Stephen...

    I'm a huge fan of Wells, and love the Stephen Baxter official sequal to "The War of the Worlds", entitled "The Massacre of Mankind".

    So I was open-minded to this new adaptation. Anything that...
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    You might have to explain that for those of us...

    You might have to explain that for those of us who donít read Russian...
  10. Busted. Or should I say bustier? :icon_biggrin:

    Busted. Or should I say bustier?

    :icon_biggrin:
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    But to be fair, the Model 3 isn't exactly...

    But to be fair, the Model 3 isn't exactly tanking...
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    Clive was absolutely brilliant and a class act. ...

    Clive was absolutely brilliant and a class act.

    A real, genuine, one-off.

    He really will be missed.
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    Brutal minimalism - very bauhaus! I still...

    Brutal minimalism - very bauhaus!

    I still like it!
  14. Don't apologise - it spurred me to stop being...

    Don't apologise - it spurred me to stop being lazy and take some positive action to find out!
  15. A google has found this: ...

    A google has found this:

    https://www.inchcape.co.uk/blog/tips-and-advice/mercedes-dynamic-select-driving-modes-explained/
  16. Very good! Is something wrong with the...

    Very good!


    Is something wrong with the chicken, cos it tastes fowl.
  17. I would also add, after having had it about a...

    I would also add, after having had it about a month now, the multibeam headlight system is very clever and excellent - quite remarkable tech really that I've not had to this extent on a car before.
    ...
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    I'm liking it more and more - very bold, very...

    I'm liking it more and more - very bold, very different, and will sell by the million.

    Anyone got any shots of the interior?
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    If by ďboysĒ you mean men soon to be eligible for a bus pass, but yes, they are back and letís hope theyíve put some effort in this time.

    Personally Iím really looking forward to the return of Top...
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    Just completed the final season of Man in the...

    Just completed the final season of Man in the High Castle.

    I enjoyed it, but it wasn't quite up there with the previous seasons. It was always going to be a difficult story to wrap up to the...
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    Worth a watch: ...

    Worth a watch:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VO9jwBH1Ob0


    I find Carwow reviews genuinely to be the best and most even-handed on the web.

    With regard to the Aston - nearly 200k with all...
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    Main question - what does she want or need to do...

    Main question - what does she want or need to do with it?

    Lots of kids and schools are switching over to Chromebooks these days - cheap, robust, last a whole day on a single charge, and will do...
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    Very good!

    A month ago I took delivery of a new Merc GLC Coupe 300d. It has been faultless so far - as it damn well should be.
    My next door neighbour took deliver the...
  24. A couple of years back I organised a local...

    A couple of years back I organised a local collection of these - and got over 1000 of them donated by kind members of the public.

    I like to think that made some kids smile!


    Please do buy some...
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    On another thread, I recommended the authorised...

    On another thread, I recommended the authorised sequel "The Massacre of Mankind" by Stephen Baxter. It's excellent, and follows on in a much expanded way beautifully.
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