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    Re: Solitaire - stacked decks!

    I’ll put a vote in for Kpatience where the game Patience is called Klondyke.
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    Re: Another joke ..............Well.

    Thanks for the heads-up Kame.

    I have never played an “Interactive Computer Game” so had no idea what was going on.

    I can only conclude that the family now has a “preschooler” looking to take a...
  3. Thread: Help is at hand.

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    Re: Help is at hand.

    And some rode their Pony to school and the Pony Paddock was half full. ;) :eek:
  4. Thread: Help is at hand.

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    Re: Help is at hand.

    Wouldn’t that be the truth.

    Here’s one along the same lines that occurred rather too close to home.

    Two or three years ago my grand-daughter who had reached the crawling stage was found choking...
  5. Thread: Help is at hand.

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    Re: Help is at hand.

    As far as I’m concerned it is straight out “Empire Building” and I look forward to seeing just how they are going to police such nonsense.

    I suppose they will appoint an army of “Lunch Box...
  6. Thread: Help is at hand.

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    Help is at hand.

    To all you people out there, some of whom have survived terrible parenting, help is at hand.

    HERE :rolleyes:
  7. Thread: Special people

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    Re: Special people

    My Accountant was an ex Tax Inspector who didn't get a promotion he thought he was entitled to, so spat the dummy and left, going out in opposition as it were.

    Worth his weight in gold as he knew...
  8. Thread: Special people

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    Re: Special people

    I would have thought these days Cash would have been more popular than ever with GST being 15%.

    That’s 15% saved plus 10% from the Tradie for not having to do any paper work and you’ve already...
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    Another joke ..............Well.

    Have son, wife, and two grand-kids staying with us at the moment.

    Son was playing some game I have never seen before with grand daughter.

    Next thing I hear Dad complaining, “you can’t do that,...
  10. Thread: Special people

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    Re: Special people

    Yes, I can understand that, but part of the deal was full and comprehensive insurance cover.

    They had already sighted, and recorded, my Passport and Drivers License details.

    When I was in...
  11. Thread: Special people

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    Re: Special people

    COVID-19 wasn't a factor back then, the transaction was four figures, and a cashless society wasn't on the radar. ;)
  12. Thread: Special people

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    Re: Special people

    I also thought that it was technically illegal to refuse cash, but the article I read at the time claimed only a Government Department couldn't refuse cash. :confused:

    Weird! :)
  13. Thread: Special people

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    Re: Special people

    Here’s one for you.

    Being “Old School” “Cash was King” and many a good deal was done by showing up with the cash.

    However, I struck one in Aus a few years back when I wanted a rental car for...
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    Re: Here’s one for you.

    Well I thought I would consult Google on the matter and Google suggests you don't need a God/god.

    10771

    Google also suggests "The definition of religion is a controversial and complicated...
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    Here’s one for you.

    I’m involved in a vigorous discussion with mate’s as to whether the “Green’s” are actually a “Religion” or a “Sect”?

    I have always considered them a a Religion, but there has been a few arguments,...
  16. Thread: Gene Editing

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    Re: Gene Editing

    “Dog Breeders” are the ones to ask, as over the years they’ve excelled at it. ;)
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    Re: Info On The Boeing 737 MAX #2

    Not before a Public Flogging. ;)
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    Re: Info On The Boeing 737 MAX #2

    How are your Boeing Shares? :eek:

    HERE
  19. Thread: Todays Joke

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    Todays Joke

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    Re: Something of interest...

    +1 :thumbs:
  21. Re: Suggestions for Photoediting Software or subscriptions

    Thanks zqwerty, yes I have Gimp which I've used successfully, but I was just looking for something a little more "User Friendly".

    I don't use photo editors often and tend to forget how I did it...
  22. Thread: Navman

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    Re: Navman

    Changing the battery is dead simple.

    Obtaining a new replacement is my problem at the moment.

    I've had a couple of automatic reply's from possible suppliers advising they are shut until 12th...
  23. Thread: Two faced

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    Re: Two faced

    And

    They Secombe here
    They Secombe there
    The Secombe every bloody where ;)
  24. Thread: Sunday’s Joke

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    Sunday’s Joke

    Well you’ve got to wonder if there is anywhere else in the world you could get away with this S..T.

    Waikeria Prison...
  25. Re: Suggestions for Photoediting Software or subscriptions

    Will this work on Linux Mint?

    Maybe with a drop of Wine and nibbles? ;)
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