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General Discussion Area / Re: A303 nowadays
« on: Today at 17:12:50 »
No, I meant that it would not have been so time-saving if lots of others had also had that utility.

Ron.

Google maps only works because lots of other drivers along the various routes are being stalked by their phones contributing.
I believe you can stop that by wearing a tin foil hat.
How is that working out for you? ::)
Fine. You?

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General Discussion Area / Re: A303 nowadays
« on: Today at 14:31:21 »
No, I meant that it would not have been so time-saving if lots of others had also had that utility.

Ron.

Google maps only works because lots of other drivers along the various routes are being stalked by their phones contributing.
I believe you can stop that by wearing a tin foil hat.

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General Car Chat / Re: new (to me) car time soon
« on: Today at 11:14:54 »
Angela Merkel will be proud of you.  ;D

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General Discussion Area / Re: Poor Labour
« on: Today at 11:13:41 »
Aaand they've had another defection!  ;D  Joan Ryan MP for Enfield North.

Thought for the day.

Yesterday the Labour Party lost Luciana Berger, but gained Derek Hatton!  :)
Three Tories have joined them just now. Eleven and counting.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Poor Labour
« on: Today at 06:56:15 »
Aaand they've had another defection!  ;D  Joan Ryan MP for Enfield North.

Thought for the day.

Yesterday the Labour Party lost Luciana Berger, but gained Derek Hatton!  :)
The good people of Liverpool are extremely pissed off about DH being taken back into the fold. Liverpool council was run by the Lib Dems for years before Labour got in, and the way things are going......... :-\

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General Discussion Area / Re: Isis
« on: Today at 06:53:42 »
A legal eagle on tv this morning reckons the appeal could take a couple of years. Her baby has no right to a British passport, because it was born in Syria to a Dutch father.
The process of keeping her out will cost enough to keep three dolites in beer and fags for twenty years, might as well let her in. ;D

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General Discussion Area / Re: Isis
« on: Yesterday at 22:34:43 »
Apparently her mother is Bangladeshi, so they can have her. She has no worries, I believe women are treated very well over there.

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General Car Chat / Re: new (to me) car time soon
« on: Yesterday at 20:18:27 »
What made you give up on the R class? If you got 3.5K for it, it must have been in reasonable condition.

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General Car Chat / Re: new (to me) car time soon
« on: Yesterday at 19:35:19 »
Not as roomy inside, I would imagine. But what is?
What did you get for your R class?

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General Discussion Area / Re: Isis
« on: Yesterday at 18:42:24 »
Breaking News:  The Home Office have sent a letter to the woman's parents explaining she is to be stripped of her British citizenship!! :y :y
I haven't delved into this yet and, whilst I'm not doubting you story, Lizzie, I was under the impression that it was against international law to make someone stateless.

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General Car Chat / Re: new (to me) car time soon
« on: Yesterday at 16:47:58 »
The missus is a terror and she's getting over 50 from her 1.6 diesel astra.  :P

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General Car Chat / Re: new (to me) car time soon
« on: Yesterday at 16:44:31 »
My astra is reading 46.5mpg. Last time I tried the brim to brim method, it worked out at around 44, so not that far out.

In order to get 44 MPG out of anything a person would need to drive around like a doddery old fart......Oh hang on..... :)
Not so. Average figure quoted is around 50, and I certainly don't hang about.

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General Car Chat / Re: Do you feel lucky?...... Well, do you?
« on: Yesterday at 15:38:40 »
That looks a very reasonable job, certainly saved yourself a few bob.  :y

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