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  1. Thread: Fallen branches

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    Re: Fallen branches

    The job was actually pretty near half done anyway, the tree was effectively cut down, you only had to cut it up.
    ;)
  2. Re: New fare offer from United Airlines - "be in quick" - starts tomorrow

    "be in quick" - be out quicker. ;)
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    Re: Tropical Cyclone Cook

    We were saved by Civil Defence. Without their chanting and dancing, the Harbour Bridge would have blown away and the Tide Surge would have covered None Tree Hill.
    So, by dint of Orange Cones on...
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    Re: Who remembers the day the Wahine sank?

    That night I was in Edgecombe, doing a computer upgrade and got trapped by the weather and the stuff it threw at the roads.
  5. Thread: Fencing

    by R2x1
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    Re: Fencing

    Doesn't look like it's going to keep out floodwaters unless you have very hard water.
    ;)
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    Re: Cambelt or Timing Chain?

    Whether you have belt or chain, if you want to be safe have braces as well.
    Or get a 2 stroke.
    ;)
  7. Thread: MS- Pac Man

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    Re: MS- Pac Man

    When you've really arrived, you get to play Un-PacMan.
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    Re: Daylight Saving Ends 2 April 2017

    You speak for your circadii, mine dance to a different tune. More of a shuffle than a dance.
    The whole daylight saving thing is a government scheme, very much like Win 10% comes from M$. As with...
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    Re: capsaicin as pain relief

    Nonsense, what do you think Mother-in-Laws are for? Give them a heaped bowlful and you can sit quietly observing and recording the reaction quite dispassionately. ;)
  10. Thread: Roll call 2017

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    Re: Roll call 2017

    I died, but due to an error in the paperwork had to come back.
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    Re: Have a nice day - not!

    I believe the intended sentiment is usually "I hope you have a nice day", it is not intended as a command.
    The grinches and grammar red squad probably cannot be happy unless they are miserable, so...
  12. Thread: Win 10 Boot Up

    by R2x1
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    Re: Win 10 Boot Up

    Boot-out gives far longer lasting satisfaction than boot-up with Win 10%
    ;)
  13. Re: For 50+ years I have voted Labour ... but no more !

    EH??
    You don't actually believe anything any politician says during the year before an election do you?
    ;)
  14. Thread: NZ Post

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    Re: NZ Post

    They're all a bunch of scoundrels, rogues and vagabonds. ;)
    Pass The Parcel haven't taken 7 weeks YET, but they've taken a good solid start on it.
    And pctek, Nz post rates are actually pretty...
  15. Thread: Low acid tomatoes

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    Re: Low acid tomatoes

    Revenge of the killer tomatoes?
  16. Re: How to remove residue left after removal of a sticky label

    A hair dryer might damage the paint? Yeah, right. Perhaps if the hair dryer has been specially modified for a gift to your mother in law?
    And acetone won't ? ? ? Special car paint, or special...
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    Re: Where are the cicadas and crickets?

    Better than having bagpipes around the place . . .
    Watering the lawn and garden with a watering can and using the washing machine soapy water from mid January seems to settle their hash. they pop...
  18. Re: Happy Birthday ............................................ beetle !!!

    I thought young ladies were quite enthusiastic about minimising the birthday count?
    Perhaps a Beetle day instead, with flags (and perhaps chocolate).
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    Re: "The Golden Age of Ignorance"

    There was a pretty widely distributed publication filled cover to cover with dubious to BS stuff which came out 1400 years before that, it's still being promulgated, still bringing in millions. Many...
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    Re: "The Golden Age of Ignorance"

    File systems that depended on the date to validate file access.
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    Re: Harrowing/Graphic content?????

    'armless enough stuff really.
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    Re: Another darwin Award

    Just nature doing Darwin's work.
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    Re: Dropbox and Windows XP

    It's a sign!
    Tell Tui!
    ;)
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    Re: Crowds at the Inauguration

    :thumbs:
    And all those people said Trump was good for nothing - not so. ;)
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    Re: Crowds at the Inauguration

    Also, the Trump crowd was larger due to a preponderance of fat people.
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