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    Not been on the forum for a few days, but glad to...

    Not been on the forum for a few days, but glad to see that this is still going Bob. :eagerness:
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    Really enjoying this tread. Great images and...

    Really enjoying this tread. Great images and interesting information, that last shot is a cracker. :eagerness:
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    It is with great sadness that I have to write...

    It is with great sadness that I have to write about the loss of a number of local businesses due to Covid-19.

    Our local Bra manufacturer has gone bust, a firm that makes parts for submarines has...
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    Blue day, blue me ...

    Blue day, blue me

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    HAGWE :eagerness:
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    Ours is the same Ben, way earlier than it has...

    Ours is the same Ben, way earlier than it has been in years.
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    Yep, us techies had been ensuring that programs...

    Yep, us techies had been ensuring that programs etc were compliant well in advance, (years in some instances), but the exec and a number of senior managers were paranoid - yes, even requiring sign...
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    You do know that the two digit date issue was...

    You do know that the two digit date issue was well known and was being addressed well in advance by most responsible organisations and well before the media got hold of it, gave it a catchy Sound...
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    Poll: Of the ones in the poll then Mulligatawny. But,...

    Of the ones in the poll then Mulligatawny. But, as others have said, there are far better. Home made Leak and Potato with a little garlic is wonderful with some fresh baked Ciabatta or Sourdough.
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    +1. They can't even pronounce it properly!

    +1. They can't even pronounce it properly!
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    This. And a good proportion of the public...

    This.

    And a good proportion of the public want to find any excuse to be an exception!
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    One of my favourite pieces of Graffiti, I think...

    One of my favourite pieces of Graffiti, I think the artists concept worked very well

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    Love the graffiti shot Bob, one of my favourite...

    Love the graffiti shot Bob, one of my favourite subjects. As you say, you have to capture it whilst it's there as it's soon gone.

    I was lucky to find one in Nerja, Southern Spain a few years...
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  16. An interesting technique Dunk, thanks for posting...

    An interesting technique Dunk, thanks for posting the link. :eagerness:

    Must get a microscope adapter for my cameras to get really close.
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    This is working very well indeed Bob, keep up the...

    This is working very well indeed Bob, keep up the good work, and stay safe. :eagerness:
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    Thanks Bob, good to know my memory wasn't playing...

    Thanks Bob, good to know my memory wasn't playing tricks. I was driving an Austin A35 back then - couldn't afford any of those new fangled cars :congratulatory:
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    Were they the ones with the engine in the back...

    Were they the ones with the engine in the back Bob? I seem to remember seeing one in Middleborough with what looked like a glass or perspex 'boot' displaying the engine - unless my memory is playing...
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    I've travelled in a Riley Elf many times. I've...

    I've travelled in a Riley Elf many times. I've also seen the Lincoln Imp.
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    Yep, crazy business model which appears to have been driven by the manufacturers themselves!
  24. Nice hobby Mike, looks like loads of fun, (and...

    Nice hobby Mike, looks like loads of fun, (and hard work!). :eagerness: You need a pond in your back garden though. :devilish:

    Last summer there was a guy at our local lake who'd built a R/C...
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    It was anecdotal Andy. There is much that he...

    It was anecdotal Andy. There is much that he could 'visibly' be seen to do, just as Princess Elizabeth did in WWII. If you can't see that, well.............. thank goodness this isn't the Bear...
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