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    Quote Originally Posted by Divemouse View Post
    https://hayloft.co.uk/product/cyperu...caAihVEALw_wcB
    Imagine this one on a chest of drawers that's 4 ft high. The plant is also up to 4ft high so the heads mostly sit up at ceiling level. One stalk suddenly bends near the base during the night and the grasping fingers of the head fit really nicely and suddenly around my face. Levitating from the bed just causes them to grip more firmly. The head and a few of its friends are now sitting upside down in a glass of water considering their life choices

    face hugger is what hatched out of the egg in the first Alien film
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    Oh yes, so I can inflict them on others.
    Definitely don't doubt Dawn - not if you value your life

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    Just finished pressing apples to make 5.1/2 gallons of cider. I may call it Backbreaker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Divemouse View Post
    Oh yes, so I can inflict them on others.
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    The MCA has come a long way since Nelson's day, but they have a bit to go yet.
    I was trying to do a change of ownership on the Small Ships Register.
    A COO can't be done entirely on line (yet), so I emailed them the required details, as requested.
    First reply was, thanks, but we need 'wet' signatures, and asked for other documents that were actually attached to my original request.
    Next reply was along the lines of, we know we asked for just the signature page of the Bill of Sale, but can we have the front page too.
    And also more copies of the other documents too.
    All done now, though. Hurrah!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noggin the Nog View Post
    Just finished pressing apples to make 5.1/2 gallons of cider. I may call it Backbreaker.
    Like wise and I now have to lug the gear up to daughter whose proto cider orchard is just coming on line.
    What is your chipping chopper/chewer machine. I have a Fruit Shark, wonderful device.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Digger View Post
    Like wise and I now have to lug the gear up to daughter whose proto cider orchard is just coming on line.
    What is your chipping chopper/chewer machine. I have a Fruit Shark, wonderful device.
    An electric Garden Shredder, 2400w, max diameter 40mm. Generally means the apples get cut into thick slices before going in the shredder which has, of course, been dismantled and thoroughly cleaned prior to the operation.
    And afterwards too.
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    I usually let the yeasts fight it out with the bacteria, yeasts have always won so far! Though there was a pear wine a long time ago.....................maybe we won't go into that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Digger View Post
    I usually let the yeasts fight it out with the bacteria, yeasts have always won so far! Though there was a pear wine a long time ago.....................maybe we won't go into that.
    The shredder does get used as a shredder so there's plenty of twiggy debris in the chute and
    blades to be cleaned out before putting apples through.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noggin the Nog View Post
    The shredder does get used as a shredder so there's plenty of twiggy debris in the chute and
    blades to be cleaned out before putting apples through.
    Fair enough one should always pick out the big bits!
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