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    Probably best not to at work though.

    Probably best not to at work though.
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    It has sounded like a reversal was due some time...

    It has sounded like a reversal was due some time ago. I’m glad it has happened.
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    There is some good news. The birth rate is going...

    There is some good news. The birth rate is going down across the world. In China the average number of children born to a woman is around 1.25 so that immediately sets the population on a downward...
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    New to me: ...

    New to me:

    https://twitter.com/jed_mercurio/status/1483419587542761472?t=qdmSiQwhK_2m1gPsH4IsKg&s=04&fbclid=IwAR0JawBqWqTlss-y_-EMI_1pg26JM_g5IcCzNwrAi5qpSVv0uq9UV9sCMUE
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    The forum is ADVrider.com - based around...

    The forum is ADVrider.com - based around adventure motorcycling so not specific to any make - predominantly a US based forum. I just wonder what the inmates (as they are called) will make of it a...
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    A motorcycling forum I occasionally read has just...

    A motorcycling forum I occasionally read has just been taken over by Vertical Scope - I guess that means that my other motorcycling forum is about to get inundated by escapees from the "victim" forum.
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    The son is the one who was sentenced and claimed...

    The son is the one who was sentenced and claimed to have little knowledge of what his father had been doing - I must admit that I found that hard to believe - so received a light sentence - there was...
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    Seals injured by dogs: ...

    Seals injured by dogs:

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-norfolk-59997657
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    One thing we have learnt the hard (and expensive)...

    One thing we have learnt the hard (and expensive) way is not to buy a house that has been extended by accountants. Rarely have I seen so many examples of people knowing the price of everything and...
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    We have that problem with a couple of our dogs. ...

    We have that problem with a couple of our dogs. However they get washed outside with a thing called a Mud Daddy - fill it with water, pressurise and wash the dog down using the spray / brush head. ...
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    Dories would probably think it was an invitation...

    Dories would probably think it was an invitation so probably best not to send it to her. Ours is Pauline Latham. About as much use as a chocolate fireguard / teapot. If brains were dynamite she...
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    I wanted to write to my MP but my daughter...

    I wanted to write to my MP but my daughter wouldn't let me as it would implicate her in something she has absolutely no intention of doing. The general gist of the email was this:

    Dear MP

    I am...
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    I am conscious that I would have to spend a great...

    I am conscious that I would have to spend a great deal of time creating a 3D design in a CAD system and then have the possibility for it not to actually print off properly - I now have "a guy" that...
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    Are you sure it was sci-FI? Anyway, it is...

    Are you sure it was sci-FI? Anyway, it is stereotypical Darwinism - survival of the thickest. Which also explains how the current cabinet stay in place.
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    Take its key off it until it apologises.

    Take its key off it until it apologises.
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    Compared to some in the current cabinet they are...

    Compared to some in the current cabinet they are intellectual giants.
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    Every time I have a liver function test I get...

    Every time I have a liver function test I get asked how much I drink. I always preface my reply with “like my mother, my liver function is that of a raging alcoholic” before going to to say that I...
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    So which newspaper have you written to? They...

    So which newspaper have you written to? They normally love a good scandal.
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    Are you looking at 3D printing for prototyping or...

    Are you looking at 3D printing for prototyping or production? Or dive kit bits?
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    Not more strap-ons?

    Not more strap-ons?
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    Oooh. I love the internet. Just had a search...

    Oooh. I love the internet. Just had a search for brackets for the Ender 3 and I am not the first to think that way - https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3386628

    I feel a print session coming on.
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    I was going to go for the TPU - I would like more...

    I was going to go for the TPU - I would like more resilience. I have been reading up on the Bowden tube and realise that an Ender 3 is not the ideal printer for TPU but I think I will give it a go -...
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    Well, I took delivery of a Creality Ender 3 just...

    Well, I took delivery of a Creality Ender 3 just before Christmas and got it set up - that in itself took a few hours making sure I had got everything set up right - I didn't straightaway so had to...
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    That's interesting. You live and learn.

    That's interesting. You live and learn.
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    I have never been into a recompression chamber so...

    I have never been into a recompression chamber so I am curious - did you have to have your hair cut off to gain entry, if so why, or was it just a coincidence?
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