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    Re: A question for the train enthusiasts out there

    That flashing red light is a steady red light made by Lucas.
    ;)
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    Re: A question for the train enthusiasts out there

    If they were lying in the grass, they were probably just old rails that had been put out to pasture?
    ;)
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    Re: What a Credit to New Zealand

    Americans, by and large, are polite. They possibly thought it was worth listening to what she said, and showed appreciation only when she paused. (With Trump they tended to yell a lot while he was...
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    Re: Any bets on the shooter's colour?

    On a per population basis, we possibly have more mass shootings than USA?
  5. Thread: Climate change?

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    Re: Climate change?

    Re: Climate change? Before we can properly debate this, we need to know what you're proposing as an alternative to a climate. Free ice cream? A bounty on politician pelts? Repeal of Windows 11 with...
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    Re: When should I go from Win 10 to Win 11?

    " When should I go from Win 10 to Win 11?"
    "Is the fire really better than the frying pan?"
    ;)
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    Re: A question for the train enthusiasts out there

    Smashed Our Luggage.
    ;)
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    Re: Who gets their Marching Orders?

    At this point in time, our ground-to-air optical interface consultants , their advisers and safety team are fully involved with setting out and auditing the preliminary pre-paint preparations for the...
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    Re: Bathurst 12hr race

    Need more coffee?
    :)
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    Re: Sign language radio ad.

    Obviously they looked it up . . . . .
    ;)
  11. Re: Electric aircraft in the near future? I don't think so.

    There's a good time coming by and by !
    Given a 120% efficient generator and a 124% efficient windmill, your car / boat / aircraft / bicycle can not only self power its 148% efficient motor but have...
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    Re: "You break my shop......"

    Nature has its own way of persuading people to give up - ask any undertaker.
    If the Gov't was serious about stopping smoking, they would only have to make a minimum of 30 a day compulsory and...
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    Re: Who gets their Marching Orders?

    Mt Maunganui (invisible "h") have apparently hit on a most effective money spinner.
    Only problem is, where do other councils' treasurers, school committee safety zealots, and lawyers park while...
  14. Thread: Joke of the day

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    Re: Joke of the day

    For reckless discharge of excess energy, very little exceeds a time expired mess of self-promoting simulated journalists fervidly praising their own endeavours.
    (On a slow news day they might just...
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    Re: Joke of the day

    Political clumpings are a bit like cheese really, once they go green they are a bit suspect and well past the "No good after" date.
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    Re: Evs and "saving our environment" in Herald

    Is it possible that meat guided vehicles are having the odd accident too?
    Nah, surely not. God made the drivers, and there's no safety notices out from the design office.
    ;)
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    Re: You Must be Kidding

    It will be eventually, just that lack of oxygen slows down the greening process. Naturally it will be a bit dearer, although there should be a saving on freight with it being downhill all the way.....
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    Re: Where to buy 4mm thick plywood?

    Check it out as Caravan ply; if you go for B/BB grade, it is fairly reasonably priced (For these days!) Otherwise Bison board or hardboard.
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    Re: Can't anyone play a bugle any more?

    The bugle calls are no longer required in the modern army. It has been found with modern teaching methods, intensive training sessions and annual refresher camps, it is possible to teach almost...
  20. Thread: ID Stamp Roller

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    Re: ID Stamp Roller

    'Round here, we try to hit up the recycling bin for shreddable paper. ;)
    (Except that non-recyclable stuff, and that ain't up for shredding anyhow.)
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    Re: Interislander and Bluebridge

    It's a ship, therefore it has to use fathoms or it'll be out of it's depth with any other scale of numbers (Regardless of nautical orange cones.)
    ;)
  22. Thread: ID Stamp Roller

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    Re: ID Stamp Roller

    Glad I don't work in the recycling center in your neighbourhood.
    ;)
  23. Thread: ID Stamp Roller

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    Re: ID Stamp Roller

    5) Entrust your copy to Swiss Post: by the time it is delivered it will be more shredded than you'd believe and as a further layer of security it will be in transit longer than the Voyager
    6) Run it...
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    Re: From the Taxpayers Union

    . . . one person one vote . . . .
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    Re: From the Taxpayers Union

    Quite right, and equal brains shouldn't mean equal votes, or there'd be 120 more unemployed on Lambton Quay come Tuesday.
    ;)
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