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General Discussion Area / Re: Ukraine
« on: Today at 07:36:06 »
We've had a bunch of comedians in charge for years,so why should Ukraine be any different? :D

General Discussion Area / Re: Happy Holidays
« on: Today at 07:34:27 »
So is it time for Optis favourite Xmas smilies to make an appearance? :D :-X

General Discussion Area / Re: Dead Person
« on: 18 April 2019, 08:07:25 »
Mya-Lecia Naylor [appearances in AB Fab and on CBBC]aged just 16 :'( cause of death unknown at present.

Bradley Welsh star of Trainspotting 2 aged 42 was shot dead on the street in Edinborough

General Discussion Area / Day out
« on: 18 April 2019, 07:37:18 »
Step granddaughter had an appointment yesterday in Leeds,the appointment was at 5.15 and I was asked if I'd take her,so in order not to hit Leeds roundabout rush hour I suggested a day out there which we[me,her,her partner and their two kids] duly did.I'd never actually been any further into Leeds than the train station before so it was quite interesting to see all the many fine old buildings housing the market and the arcades etc.On the car front this was the first time in above 4yrs that the Elite has ventured out past the boundaries of Scunny,travelling to Leeds and back [mainly motorway]at a steady 70mph cruise for the most part saw a return on the display screen[which going by the fuel gauge is not far out]of 33.8mpg,so I'm happy with that.All in all a good day out :y

General Discussion Area / Re: The changing face of UK politics.
« on: 18 April 2019, 07:17:15 »
It's not before time that UK politics got a shake up.For too long the Tories and Labour have had it all their own way and become complacent about their situation.

General Discussion Area / Re: Petrol Prices rising
« on: 18 April 2019, 07:13:40 »
1.32.9  :o I thought it was bad enough here yesterday when I went for some and found it had gone up to 1.20.9 from the 1.19.8 it was at on Monday!

General Discussion Area / Re: Is anyone watching Notre Dame....
« on: 17 April 2019, 07:17:06 »
So the place catches fire,the fire fighters battle for hours risking their lives to save it and then a mass of people turn up and light candles all around the place :D :D

General Discussion Area / Re: A weekend away?
« on: 16 April 2019, 21:23:16 »
I'll have you lot know there's nowt wrong with Scunny :-*...well nowt wrong that couldn't be cured by flattening the place anyway :D

General Discussion Area / Re: Extinction Rebellion
« on: 16 April 2019, 21:20:44 »
As with most[all?] these "protest" groups they really didn't think it through did they?

General Discussion Area / Re: Is anyone watching Notre Dame....
« on: 16 April 2019, 21:18:53 »
Yes Lizzie we have modern equipment and modern building techniques,unfortunately we also have modern workers so you can bet your bottom dollar that it'll go overtime and over budget.

General Discussion Area / Re: A weekend away?
« on: 15 April 2019, 21:58:19 »
SLady bitshorpe is nice all year round ::) Hence the nickname sunny Scunny :-X If the weather is nice anywhere worth going to will be crowded and if it's inclement then it's not worth going anywhere.I'd stay home and weekend away when likely to be less crowded.

General Car Chat / Re: Bought another high mileage Astra
« on: 14 April 2019, 12:18:54 »
Looked at one way you could say 150,000mls makes it a high miler,but it's a 13yr old car so that averages at just over 11,000 a year which is there or thereabouts to average mileage.Does look good for an '06 plater[I've seen much worse] I'd check out/fix the steering play issue asap though.

General Discussion Area / Winter tyres needed?
« on: 13 April 2019, 13:38:52 »
No not a tyre thread as such.Race 1 of World Superbikes[from Assen] was due to start but was delayed by the weather,subsequently this cleared and after a while it was decided to stage it.No sooner were the bikes on the grid prior to warm up lap than it started banging it down with snow/sleet/hail :o Even if the snow doesn't settle the track will be wet so obviously slick tyres aren't an option but apparently the "wets" don't work below 5 degrees.A case for winter tyres? :D ;D ;D

Omega Electrical and Audio Help / Speaker questions
« on: 13 April 2019, 12:35:16 »
Having tried-and failed-for some time to find a replacement Bose CCR2006 or a compatible NCDC unit it would seem I'm down to swapping in my Blaupunkt head unit and multi-changer.Obviously to do this I need to change the speakers,from the excellent guide on here I know the size of the door speakers,but what of the sub woofers in the rear shelf?Are these wired from the boot amp meaning that in bypassing this[as I'd have to do]I'd lose the use of these?Or are they wired separately and therefore need replacing like the door speakers? If the latter does anyone know what size they are?

General Discussion Area / Re: Insurance prices
« on: 12 April 2019, 22:51:02 »
I left the excess at 250 on each just to give an equal baseline[same as I set the annual mileage at 2,000 and where the car would be kept] mainly surprised that the oldest,least powerul and slowest car[the 2.2dti]should cost the most to insure.Mind you a further check today for a Volvo S80 valued at 800 in "S" spec[so not top of range]came in at 480 :o

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