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    Re: America's Cup 2017

    With surplus hot air from this forum plus a cunningly rigged umbrella a coal barge could tow water-skiers up the Huka Falls. ;)
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    Re: America's Cup 2017

    We didn't give them Coutts, they bought him fair and square ;)
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    Re: Corporate Surveillance in Everyday Life

    Worse than that, it's your mother-in-law :(
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    Re: this is why I dont use password mangers

    Are you still having weeks? Can't remember the last time we had one of those. ;)
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    Re: Aluminium Windows Repairs

    Pretty good so far. I must say the door is much easier to handle without the glass. The mother in law must be pretty lucky, she will be out of hospital in a week, and will probably be walking within...
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    Re: Happy Birthday Cicero

    The moving finger writes etc (but when your mum finds out what you writ, and where . . .) . . .

    There's a lot of antiquity getting stored up now, a bloke of your seniority could probably move away...
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    Re: Happy birthday ... Renmoo !!!

    Hope things are going well, and everybody around you has a thousand ailments. :D
  8. Re: ADSL / VDSL sync speed increase over the weekend?

    49 MBPS up, 5.01 down. I guess it has improved, but the upload is variable over a wide range, often halting completely for a while. No matter, most of the time the service we use is wireless, and...
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    Re: i want to swap graphics cards.

    OK, I'll offer a seven of clubs.
    ;)
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    Re: Would you believe - -

    Antonym too, we must have equality. Or equivalence. Or its opposite.
    ;)
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    Re: Would you believe - -

    Well, I recall (or think I do) that Lexicographer was defined as a "Harmless Drudge" by the first one.
    The interwebs are a very handy widget for old, tired brains. What a blessing Al Gore and his...
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    Re: Would you believe - -

    Tried a lexicon? :waughh:
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    Re: Would you believe - -

    LOL :)
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    Re: Would you believe - -

    What's another word for Thesaurus?
    ;)
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    Re: Would you believe - -

    This driver found a vehicle perfectly matched to his qualifications.
    ;)
  16. Thread: One Drive

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    Re: One Drive

    The Random Weird feature in Win10% cannot be disabled without explosives.
    ;)
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    Re: Would you believe - -

    Do you get problems with your modem freezing up? Does the help-desk speak in tongues?
    This may unfreeze it.
    ;)
  18. Thread: Fibre

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    Re: Fibre

    These days it is illegal to install jackpoints unless an equal number of jillpoints are simultaneously commisioned.
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    Re: An Aussie Tells it....

    I didn't hear him say "Ring Now, operators are waiting for your call."
    All joking aside, is he clockwork or electric?
    ;)
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    Re: Would you believe - -

    Kumara, smoked on a slow fire over a bed of missionaries. (Don't ask for that at KFC)
    ;)
  21. Thread: mp3

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    Re: mp3

    :D ;)Always to be accompanied by a random file photo. A cardinal rule of modern journalism is that a photo can have the bulk of a thousand words, or by the whirl of a mouse wheel, ten thousand...
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    Re: Would you believe - -

    Now it is time to take serious (i.e. Heavily advertised) cold treatment. They don't work, but they're a whole lot healthier than lurking among all those sick people at the Dr's waiting room.
    Some of...
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    Re: Would you believe - -

    Sorry, the cones and arrow trucks were engaged in protecting the postie as he made his way down the motorway.
    ;)
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    Re: Would you believe - -

    Quite right B.M.
    With 300 Orange bodied Reflective banded Cones on site correctly deployed, no Hurricane would have been able to dislodge the initial bricks. Not only that, the required paperwork...
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    Re: Would you believe - -

    I note that the 78 record shown gives credit to this bloke. Looks like Gerald got there first (after Murphy had his bad day).
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