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    Re: Fly around the world

    Well done constable. You're much more astute than we would have guessed.
  2. Re: Omron Blood Pressure Monitor -- Chemist Warehouse.

    Chemist Warehouse is exactly the type of place I feel good about avoiding. That's just the way I feel, your mileage may/will vary. It's a triple win, I feel good when I think of the times I will...
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    Re: How to Drive in Auckland

    The "Suicide Lanes" according to the prophets of doom ;)
  4. Thread: Goodness me!

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    Re: Goodness me!

    While you're busy not doing it again, why not try abstaining again twice so you can get in credit? Be prepared.
    ;)
  5. Re: We still call it "Morning Tea" even though we no longer drink tea

    . . . and under the sign on the door that says "Smoko Room" is another sign that says "NO SMOKING"
    ;)
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    Re: What have you owned for 20yrs and still using?

    They don't make them like that any more.
    ;)
  7. The plane on an opposing conveyor belt debate. Surely not?

    Is it about time to pop this old chestnut back in the inferno again ? ? ? :tui:

    Or not.

    The physics/mechanics are triflingly simple - the clever bit:banana is the artful use of an aviation...
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    Re: black mould on exposed aggregate concrete

    Mould is what grows in the minds of pedants.
    Mold is the curable stuff.
    ;)
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    Re: I'm a boobs man, myself

    Well, purely as a personal opinion, i prefer boobs women. Boobs men are probably eating the wrong stuff when they could be putting 737's on conveyor belts . . .
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    Re: Something of interest...

    He has obviously convinced himself that he's pretty convincing. :)
  11. Thread: Easiest IT Fix

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    Re: Easiest IT Fix

    ^That 240 V is terribly unreliable - only a couple of inches 'twixt plug and socket and it goes out on strike.
    Probably faulty electricity ;)
  12. Re: We sold our printer - it became too expensive

    I have an older Lexmark Laser printer that does colour and prints both sides, does thousands of pages per toner cartridge. it is big, weighs only a little less than i do and has enough spare...
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    Re: What have you owned for 20yrs and still using?

    Around the place there's great grandchildren older than that; it's safe to say they're in daily use but none have even had new batteries yet. . . .
  14. Thread: Pfizer

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    Re: Pfizer

    LOL
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    Re: Stupidity and greed

    If you're the one appointing Supreme Court Justices, it is apparently legal to twitter fake notes.....
    ;)
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    Re: A Cricket Question

    Sorry, but when that started it was 4 embroiderers earlier and it was in Ceylon.
    ;)
  17. Thread: Google camera car

    by R2x1
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    Re: Google camera car

    I didn't see a Google car yesterday, and by co-incidence I didn't see it again today.
    To be fair, it is entirely possible that the car I didn't see was not the same one that kenj DID see.
    ;)
  18. Thread: Vodafone TV

    by R2x1
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    Re: Vodafone TV

    Well,I will finish with them tomorrow. I landed with them after they bought up/out Xnet. (I had gone to Xnet to flee Vodafone's multiple failings. :) )
    Surprisingly enough, they had worked fairly...
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    Re: Printer Manufacturers are

    That's not quite as blatant as the "Music Power" ratings, or all the other drivel eagerly lapped up by the golden ears brigade (Audiophiles.) Long chain oxygen-free copper speaker leads anyone? :)
  20. Thread: Black Friday

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    Re: Black Friday

    She's about as foreign as you can get by distance, lives in a weird country, and it ain't her birthday anyway.
  21. Thread: Why is it so?

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    Re: Why is it so?

    I've still got hair on top. It's getting thin, but luckily I don't want fat hair.
    ;)
  22. Thread: Black Friday

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    Re: Black Friday

    It's roughly as appropriate as Queen's Birthday in NZ, but more useful.
    ;)
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    Re: Window 10 2009 Out now

    Hmm. In that contest, MS lead the field, but Win ME was probably their best (worst) performer, with many thousands of apoplexies to its credit. This BTW is being done on a very old laptop with Win...
  24. Re: To hell with the workers, as long as the boss makes plenty

    Not the way the Post Office hierarchy would do it; they would raise the fees and cut the service as fast as they raise the workload and reduce the income of the peasants. It works just fine for the...
  25. Thread: Election

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    Re: Election

    When National selected their two finest, and offered Collins & Brownlee, the die was cast
    Earlier, Key could see the writing on the wall and jumped, English read the wall notes and jumped, then, a...
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