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Topic # 175470 1-Jul-2015 07:19
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  Reply # 1334577 1-Jul-2015 07:33
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When I click the play button it say "an error occurred". Can you link to the page rather than embed.




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  Reply # 1334579 1-Jul-2015 07:36
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timmmay: When I click the play button it say "an error occurred". Can you link to the page rather than embed.


ditto

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1334581 1-Jul-2015 07:51
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I have updated the code. It plays on the page now.







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  Reply # 1334583 1-Jul-2015 07:57
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Ah thanks. I can never seem to get images or video to show up right here.

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JayADee: Ah thanks. I can never seem to get images or video to show up right here.


One day there will be a youtube embed button that puts the BBC stuff in for you, you know like the insert a link or insert a picture buttons.

Yes I've mentioned it again...

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  Reply # 1334612 1-Jul-2015 08:23
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Those are some well thought out bathrooms.




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  Reply # 1334615 1-Jul-2015 08:25
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Gotta say, cute kid.

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  Reply # 1334616 1-Jul-2015 08:26
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It looks a little crowded, but some good features. I would cause mayhem and general destruction if I attempted to use it




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  Reply # 1334636 1-Jul-2015 08:55
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What took me some getting used to is what she says for item #3, "in Japan, before you go into the bath tub, you have to wash your body."  I was thinking "Isn't that why I have a bath - to get clean?" but in Japan the bath is for soaking and relaxing - not washing - so you have to be clean before you get in.  Particularly as it's not uncommon for everyone to use the same water, starting with any guests then working through the family in order of seniority.

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Yeah, that's what I'm thinking. Why am I even having a bath?!

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  Reply # 1334778 1-Jul-2015 10:43
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linw: Gotta say, cute kid.


They've got a whole channel dedicated for Japan stuff, breakfast episode:



Gotta say that natto thing looks nasty.

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  Reply # 1335176 1-Jul-2015 16:47
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With the serial bathing, you wouldn't want them peeing in the bath!!



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  Reply # 1335373 1-Jul-2015 21:24
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JayADee: Ah thanks. I can never seem to get images or video to show up right here.


One day there will be a youtube embed button that puts the BBC stuff in for you, you know like the insert a link or insert a picture buttons.

Yes I've mentioned it again...


What buttons?

Anyway, I like the totally waterproof nature of the thing, and the easy-clean drainage, plus re-using the water for the washing machine and also keeping the water hot in the bath! Not to mention the room dryer/clothes dryer.

But yeah you'd need it small for some of that to work and I'm not sure I'd like that so much.

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I stayed in a hotel in christchurch a few weeks ago and the room was tiny, but everything was integrated into some weird japanese control panel system in the head board of the bed. It looked like a smaller tiny compact version of this.
Sort of like driving a cheap 90's nissan - its got the exact same dash board as the bigger model car, but half the dashboard buttons are missing.




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