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 on: Today at 01:05:02 
Started by Andy B - Last post by Rods2
If you've had the sad death of a baby or young child, the daily thoughts & the totally unfair statistical sh*tter of fate, never leaves you. :'(

FME it is always a raw sore for the long life like me, they never have had and they never will. RIP Symon you lost the race of the clock of time in this world but you will never be forgotten. :'(

He would of been 10 on the 28th of November this year. :'(

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 on: Today at 00:30:58 
Started by Andy H - Last post by Rods2
If you are doing it yourself, get a good set of tools for the small screws, screen puller and other useful things like tweezers, connector plastic spatula etc and watch several youtube videos. For multiple connectors make a careful note of the connector order and make sure that the screen reassemble order is setup correctly.

If the glass has to be separated from the screen & touch sensor where they are glued/screwed together, the tape with supplied with the Chinese pattern part will be a poor substitute, which is why I prefer to use a slightly more expensive complete screen assembly.

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 on: Today at 00:11:40 
Started by Varche - Last post by Rods2
May as a remainer  . . . .


Her defiance  . . . . is that Chequers is as dead as a Norwegian Blue parrot. Personally I find it embarrassing that out of 30m+ working adults in this country this waste of oxygen has somehow become our PM. :-[ >:(
 

. . . . . . . . door of number 10 doesn't hit her butt on the way out.

An insightful and carefully considered response.

BUT, I have one major issue and question . . . . . did they ever have blue parrots in Norway ?



And meanwhile Comrade Corbyn still keeps fairly quiet. Quietly wanting Brexit to go ahead as it suits his hard left agenda, but ready and poised for some good 'ol finger pointing for anything that goes wrong.

Me adding a bit of subtle parody from the Monty Python dead parrot sketch. :y

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 on: Yesterday at 23:38:20 
Started by Varche - Last post by Mister Rog
May as a remainer  . . . .


Her defiance  . . . . is that Chequers is as dead as a Norwegian Blue parrot. Personally I find it embarrassing that out of 30m+ working adults in this country this waste of oxygen has somehow become our PM. :-[ >:(
 

. . . . . . . . door of number 10 doesn't hit her butt on the way out.

An insightful and carefully considered response.

BUT, I have one major issue and question . . . . . did they ever have blue parrots in Norway ?



And meanwhile Comrade Corbyn still keeps fairly quiet. Quietly wanting Brexit to go ahead as it suits his hard left agenda, but ready and poised for some good 'ol finger pointing for anything that goes wrong.



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 on: Yesterday at 22:25:30 
Started by Varche - Last post by Rods2
May as a remainer wants her Chequers BRINO, so does he main adviser EU fanatic red Olly Robbins. >:(

May gets no sympathy from me as all she has shown is her total and utter incompetence & created another total political failure to add to her very long list. What put May's & Robbins nose out of joint is that David Davis & Michel Banier have got on with a deal & were well on the way to having a Canada+++ FTA deal sorted. The fact she went over David Davis head (making his and most of his Brexit department position untenable along with our Foreign Secretary so they resigned) with her own/Robins useless plan where the former head of GATT (predecessor to WTO) said the Chequers plan was ill conceived, vague & showed the authors have no understanding of how world trade works tells you all you need to know. :-[

Where Michel Banier said no to Chequers, May then had a series of summer meetings with several heads of major EU states to undermine his position hoping he would be overruled. When May's Salzburg plan was given before she went there, comments was made that she will come back with nothing, well not quite nothing, she did get a red-faced photo op. with Donald Tusk & a slice of non-cherry cake. ;D The EU leaders have treated May rather badly showing with what I took as their total contempt for May our fu*kwit PM and her duplicitous shenanigans, by not letting David Davis & Michel Banier do their jobs. A no deal will work but a Canada+++ FTA is in both the UK's & EU's interest, where the EU will keep their 100bn trade surplus where a big chunk of that is on exports of cars & agricultural products to the UK and attract high tariffs under WTO rules. The fact that both sides start with the same regularity framework & rules where we are an EU member makes this an easier deal for both sides compared to the Canada/EU negotiations.

Her defiance with her speech, saying her Chequers way or no-way shows how politically inept and out of her depth she is. One thing that unites are parties including Leavers & Remainers is that Chequers is as dead as a Norwegian Blue parrot. Personally I find it embarrassing that out of 30m+ working adults in this country this waste of oxygen has somehow become our PM. :-[ >:(

May & CCHQ have banished the word Chequers for all fringe meeting titles at the Tory party conference in a few weeks time. May intends to use it as a platform to launch her 2022 reelection campaign. Tory MPs will probably let her survive until 29th March 2019 so she then fully owns the Brexit shambles & then 48+ letters will go into the 1922 committee and the door of number 10 doesn't hit her butt on the way out.

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 on: Yesterday at 22:23:37 
Started by amba - Last post by amba
Yes,Thanks Nick. :y

Took a fair bit of messing about with but in the end a working unit was conceived and hopefully will continue working again :)


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 on: Yesterday at 22:21:21 
Started by Darth Loo-knee - Last post by Andy H
Drove it - after nearly two weeks of driving the new (to me) Galaxy/Mondeo Van around the country.

Surprised how small the MV6 Estate feels  :)

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 on: Yesterday at 22:19:59 
Started by raywilb - Last post by amba
And still cash over to buy a genuine GM Bag or 2 + a set of "Shoes"...as Dave so wisely advised :y

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 on: Yesterday at 22:10:48 
Started by Andy H - Last post by Andy H
I own an S5. It still works. I have a new screen glass waiting to be fitted.

How much will an S6 cost me? Is the S6 the one that isn't splash/water proof?

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 on: Yesterday at 21:30:51 
Started by Tilbo - Last post by Sir Tigger QC
The 2.3 litre 4 pot is barely adequate in the Focus RS.

Pretty sure Steve McQueen didn't chase the baddies in an arthritic 4 pot Mustang.  ::)
You would have to be a fool to pay 500 per annum road tax on any car. Unless, of course, money was no object.

I do it twice over but then I'm not the sharpest tool in the box. I actually pay 568 twice. :)
Yes, but I did say 'unless money was no object'.  :)

If I had any sense I'd drive an Astra diesel. I'm such a fool.

Possibly beyond help. :-\
That's good. You're obviously not beyond help. :y

Yes he is!  ::)  ;D

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