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    Thank you Andy. It's good to hear that he is...

    Thank you Andy.

    It's good to hear that he is busy - just slightly frustrating that it seems to get in the way of responding. I'd be happy with an email, but happy to speak too. I have time. :D
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    Thank you Graham. I've not sent anything to...

    Thank you Graham.

    I've not sent anything to him yet, I wanted to discuss options and work required for the glove change and, of course, timescales... I'll persevere a little longer on the phone.
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    Predator Drysuits

    Hi all,

    Has anyone heard anything of Dennis & Predator Drysuits? I've tried phone and email, no responses for 2-3 weeks. Facebook has nothing since September 2020.

    I may need a leak repair and...
  4. I was hoping this would be a good use of all the...

    I was hoping this would be a good use of all the hair ties we no longer use. :D
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    Air valve surveys, just love sending guys out on...

    Air valve surveys, just love sending guys out on those. :D
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    I've had to fill in SC forms twice. They lost the...

    I've had to fill in SC forms twice. They lost the first form, with all that lovely personal information on it.
  7. Thread: Basic backup

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    Already ordered a couple c/w batteries. I don't...

    Already ordered a couple c/w batteries. I don't know enough about batteries, so we'll see.
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    Thank you, I kept going around in circles trying...

    Thank you, I kept going around in circles trying to find the right ones. One of the links previously posted was no longer available.

    Do you recommend getting the rechargeable batteries and charger...
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    Basic backup

    Looks like rotten (my fault) batteries may have damaged the bulb unit of my old torpedo (I think) backup and I've no idea what the replacement head would be. Plus its older tech, no doubt better is...
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    Sadly, I'm sure you won't be alone.

    Sadly, I'm sure you won't be alone.
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    Indeed. I had part 1 earlier this week. Hot...

    Indeed.

    I had part 1 earlier this week. Hot and cold shivers the next day, but OK since. I've had worse hangovers.
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    I'm also surprised the RICS has removed the...

    I'm also surprised the RICS has removed the experience route, although from personal experience not all bodies have the capability of dealing with such applications. Degree route is easier to handle...
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    Maybe I should have said further back. I've just...

    Maybe I should have said further back. I've just realised how recent 20 years ago is. :( :D
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    Indeed. :(

    Indeed. :(
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    Jealous, too much light pollution where I am. I...

    Jealous, too much light pollution where I am. I like it with the mill.

    Have you seen this? https://astroanarchy.blogspot.com/2021/03/gigapixel-mosaic-of-milky-way-1250.html
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    Good. It was not the case 20+ years ago. A wasted...

    Good. It was not the case 20+ years ago. A wasted opportunity.
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    I recall BR had the biggest national network...

    I recall BR had the biggest national network after BT operating at 10% capacity. It could have rented out that spare capacity.
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    For for dirty vehicles; 'Don't clean me, plant...

    For for dirty vehicles; 'Don't clean me, plant something.' ;)
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    A friend lives near, outside the zone, but...

    A friend lives near, outside the zone, but potentially isolated. Due their covid jab, there were Express headline jokes along the lines of 'Hitler stopped me getting my jab'. ;)
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    https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/exeter-w...

    https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/exeter-woman-lucky-escape-after-5058043
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    No idea, but they've saved a fortune digging out...

    No idea, but they've saved a fortune digging out a basement.
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    Been DIY for years, there's not been enough up...

    Been DIY for years, there's not been enough up top to care about as the grey v bald race continues. Half inch all over, SWMBO tidies the neckline.
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    There's been windows blown in/out, sheds gone....

    There's been windows blown in/out, sheds gone. That kind of thing. Some cracks. It was a big bang. I heard it clearly indoors a couple of miles away.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YrA4epqKg8Y
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    Yesterday's local excitement. ...

    Yesterday's local excitement.

    https://youtu.be/6zIc882ulMc
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    I'm never sure what people mean by 'sustainable'...

    I'm never sure what people mean by 'sustainable' in this context. You could have 10,000s small boats hand lining and strip out all the coastal waters to feed the UK population. Small boats are often...
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