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  #1687496 14-Dec-2016 07:47
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I only would like it for the obscure never used buttons, the ones I use all the time dont need it because they do not move and are usually the same on every device. Except chinese tvs which often put volume and channel the other way around and have everything else the same size and shape without any location nub on the 5 key.

 

I had a logitech that lit up and it was annoying as. Had some motion detection to light up which would go off all the time when just sitting on the table from the bass.





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  #1687504 14-Dec-2016 08:15
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The size of Pringles is now so small you almost need tweezers to pick them up....shame on food manufacturers....

 

 

 

 

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  #1688996 14-Dec-2016 23:34
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richms:

 

I only would like it for the obscure never used buttons, the ones I use all the time dont need it because they do not move and are usually the same on every device. Except chinese tvs which often put volume and channel the other way around and have everything else the same size and shape without any location nub on the 5 key.

 

I had a logitech that lit up and it was annoying as. Had some motion detection to light up which would go off all the time when just sitting on the table from the bass.

 

 

 

 

Just give it manual activation.

 

There are so many buttons and functions now that it would be useful to be able to see them in a darkened room.






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  #1689050 15-Dec-2016 07:35
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Pumpedd:

 

The size of Pringles is now so small you almost need tweezers to pick them up....shame on food manufacturers....

 

 

New World is now distributing Malaysian-made ones, which are indeed smaller than the US ones. My local Countdown still has the US ones though.


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  #1689197 15-Dec-2016 10:36
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The recent exhortation on the 6pm news on RNZ to "Call Katrina Batten a ho" at the start. Seems a bit rude....






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  #1689207 15-Dec-2016 10:37
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Behodar:

 

Pumpedd:

 

The size of Pringles is now so small you almost need tweezers to pick them up....shame on food manufacturers....

 

 

New World is now distributing Malaysian-made ones, which are indeed smaller than the US ones. My local Countdown still has the US ones though.

 

 

 

 

That won't last long...they'll vanish without trace en route! surprised






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  #1689282 15-Dec-2016 11:44
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Geektastic:

 

The recent exhortation on the 6pm news on RNZ to "Call Katrina Batten a ho" at the start. Seems a bit rude....

 

 

Translation:

 

"Ko Katrina Batten ahau"
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"I'm Katrina Batten"

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  #1689291 15-Dec-2016 11:58
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Pumpedd:

 

The size of Pringles is now so small you almost need tweezers to pick them up....shame on food manufacturers....

 

 

 

 

When you consider what a pringle is made of and how, that's probably a good thing on a "per pringle" basis.

 

 


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  #1689316 15-Dec-2016 12:16
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Geektastic:

 

The recent exhortation on the 6pm news on RNZ to "Call Katrina Batten a ho" at the start. Seems a bit rude....

 

 

Translation:

 

"Ko Katrina Batten ahau"
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"I'm Katrina Batten"

 

 

 

 

 

 

Why not just say so then...






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  #1689324 15-Dec-2016 12:25
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Geektastic:

 

Fred99:

 

Geektastic:

 

The recent exhortation on the 6pm news on RNZ to "Call Katrina Batten a ho" at the start. Seems a bit rude....

 

 

Translation:

 

"Ko Katrina Batten ahau"
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"I'm Katrina Batten"

 

 

 

 

 

 

Why not just say so then...

 

 

 

 

They do - I think you'll find that they'll introduce themselves in Maori at the start and English at the end - or vice-versa.

 

I'm surprised you find that annoying - it's not as if they're introducing themselves in a foreign language.

 

 


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  #1689354 15-Dec-2016 13:27
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Fred99: it's not as if they're introducing themselves in a foreign language.

 

That's a matter of perspective; it may not be foreign to you, but it certainly is for a large number of people.


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  #1689367 15-Dec-2016 13:53
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Either they learn the languages of the land or they don't complain about their inability to understand.

 

 





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  #1689506 15-Dec-2016 15:54
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Fred99:

 

Geektastic:

 

Fred99:

 

Geektastic:

 

The recent exhortation on the 6pm news on RNZ to "Call Katrina Batten a ho" at the start. Seems a bit rude....

 

 

Translation:

 

"Ko Katrina Batten ahau"
=
"I'm Katrina Batten"

 

 

 

 

 

 

Why not just say so then...

 

 

 

 

They do - I think you'll find that they'll introduce themselves in Maori at the start and English at the end - or vice-versa.

 

I'm surprised you find that annoying - it's not as if they're introducing themselves in a foreign language.

 

 

 

 

 

 

They are to me.

 

And no, they have given up introducing themselves in English.






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  #1689508 15-Dec-2016 15:55
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Okay here is my one. Someone at work is leaving empty milk bottles in the fridge.
Seriously I mean if you used it and its empty throw it away. Wonder if that person secretly watches "oh who is going to lift the empty milk bottle"

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  #1689510 15-Dec-2016 15:58
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