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  1. Thread: Masks

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    We're still wearing them in shops and indoors...

    We're still wearing them in shops and indoors public places, FFP3. Don't care what anyone thinks or says. Our choice. Stayed safe this long, why risk it now?
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    Oh yes.

    Oh yes.
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    If that was this, then I'm very jealous. ...

    If that was this, then I'm very jealous.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_imapbp5sdo
  4. Having 'L' plates on a vehicle doesn't restrict a...

    Having 'L' plates on a vehicle doesn't restrict a full license holder who is driving it in any way.

    The Highway Code (Annex 3. Motor vehicle documentation and learner driver requirements) states:...
  5. Thread: Strimmer

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    Gets a bit confusing when the ranges are so...

    Gets a bit confusing when the ranges are so similar! I'm pleased with the Makita stuff.
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    Not a shirt I know but in a similar vein found my...

    Not a shirt I know but in a similar vein found my copy of the programme from 'The Picnic' the other day. The 70s!:icon_biggrin:

    https://i.postimg.cc/NMJ9vG64/1978-blackbushe.jpg
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    Sounds dodgy as.. to me.

    Sounds dodgy as.. to me.
  8. Thread: Strimmer

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    Yes, sorry didn't mean the new range was 36v,...

    Yes, sorry didn't mean the new range was 36v, just some of the old 18v range might be 36v using 2x18v.

    Edited to say I found it!:joyous:...
  9. Thread: Strimmer

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    I think some of the ‘18v range’ use two batteries so perhaps 36v?
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    Strangest newt story you've read recently

    Strangest newt story you've read recently
  11. Thread: Strimmer

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    I have the Makita 18v cordless trimmer, uses the...

    I have the Makita 18v cordless trimmer, uses the same batteries as my cordless drill and cordless circular saw. Have 2 4Ah batteries and never needed more.
    ...
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    Since the police have had to become more like...

    Since the police have had to become more like 'social workers' there seems to be less 'policing' going on. No real evidence for thinking this, just a feeling I get from the news and talking to people.
  13. No, in the UK you're not restricted at all.

    No, in the UK you're not restricted at all.
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    They're fine if you want to bimble around and do...

    They're fine if you want to bimble around and do represent great value for money. It reminds me of the old British twins, with similar power output to a late 60s early 70s Bonnie.
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    My advice is take one for a test ride. You may be...

    My advice is take one for a test ride. You may be pleasantly surprised.

    https://i.postimg.cc/8k020TBc/IMG-2518.jpg

    https://i.postimg.cc/5ty5h7Gb/IMG-2731.jpg
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    You wouldn't know what it was to look at it!

    You wouldn't know what it was to look at it!
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    Brilliant idea! Cycle paths in the countryside...

    Brilliant idea! Cycle paths in the countryside going round in circles. The lycra mob get to gather and shout at each other in groups out of everyone's way, and they can take their pedally bikes there...
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    Wow, first time I've heard of one for a car! ...

    Wow, first time I've heard of one for a car!



    Ha love it. Always like to hear of people's diy solutions.
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    After an operation on his knee cap Freddie is...

    After an operation on his knee cap Freddie is getting back to serious business.

    I know you're in there..........

    https://i.postimg.cc/W477FN40/IMG-4026.jpg
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    Quite. Since most of 'em aren't actually going...

    Quite. Since most of 'em aren't actually going anywhere they could just get one of these hamster wheels contraptions and everyone's happy. Can even wear the lycra as well. Win win. :encouragement:
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    Perhaps we need a 'visible socks' law as well as...

    Perhaps we need a 'visible socks' law as well as a 'no flip flops for adult males' law! ;-)
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    I've been contemplating getting some kind of...

    I've been contemplating getting some kind of turntable affair to turn the bike around in the garage. That appeals on so many fronts, simplicity, cheapness, ingenuity, compactness and more that I...
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    Ha ha ha. I'm sure theres a law against wearing...

    Ha ha ha. I'm sure theres a law against wearing shoes without socks. Probably in the 'flip flops' part of criminal law.
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    Cyclists who dress up in lycra, to go out in...

    Cyclists who dress up in lycra, to go out in groups and slow down traffic by taking up as much of the road as possible. There's obviously a points system involved for the amount of cars you hold up...
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    Why would you? Buying into hassle.

    Why would you? Buying into hassle.
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