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  # 1979523 19-Mar-2018 08:53
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People complaining to RNZ because announcers have been saying "cock-up" on air.

 

 


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  # 1980119 19-Mar-2018 20:19
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This specific recording https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=243KY98_BrY against all odds. cool





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That I met a good woman when I was 38 who didn't want children either and we have a nice child free life together now.


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  # 1982732 25-Mar-2018 08:12
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Year - springtime for me (unfortunately autumn for you) ... raising chilies and rare tomatoes for the summer BBQs. Temperatures climbin' and daylight saving time starts this weekend - one hour longer in the evening! This is worth a grilled roe buck fillet and a french red tomorrow for lunch or dinner (the sportive tinkerlady highly appreciates kitchen deliveries like that).

 

 

 

... and this cover featuring Iron Maiden's Aces High. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YzduoBPDRMk

 

 





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  # 1982953 25-Mar-2018 17:46
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Tinkerisk:

 

Year - springtime for me (unfortunately autumn for you) ...  This is worth a grilled roe buck fillet and a french red tomorrow for lunch or dinner (the sportive tinkerlady highly appreciates kitchen deliveries like that).

 

 

So what's wrong with a nice smooth Carignan based wine in Autumn and Winter? laughing

 

It's so hard to get a decent French Red here in NZ (according to one's taste that is).


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  # 1982956 25-Mar-2018 17:56
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DaveB:

 

So what's wrong with a nice smooth Carignan based wine in Autumn and Winter? laughing

 

It's so hard to get a decent French Red here in NZ (according to one's taste that is).

 

 

Nothing at all! Enjoy any good stuff you have locally there and I would always propagate to buy local food! Unfortunately this isn'nt the case here. You can have any wine (as well from your country) travelled around the whole world. To prevent this you have to drink more wine of your own country. wink





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  # 1982957 25-Mar-2018 17:56
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DarthKermit:

 

That I met a good woman when I was 38 who didn't want children either and we have a nice child free life together now.

 

 

I met that woman 19 yrs ago and we've been married and child free for the last 16 yrs. Many people don't understand our decisions, but that's just it. They are our decisions.

 

 

 

Wishing you both all the best.

 

 

 

PS.... My wife's 5ft 1in so she also qualifies as something small that makes me smile.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1983873 26-Mar-2018 23:05
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When you find a thread on another forum with the exact same issue about crap motherboard USB configurtation, and someone on the thread has made an app and put it on github to change the USB port configuration to not be the braindead one that the motherboard manufacturer baked into the UEFI.

 

All USB 2 devices now on the EHCI controller and plenty of endpoints to go around for all the devices which need them on the USB 3 controller. All endpoint hogging razer devices, game controllers, hubs, card readers, arduinos, HDDs etc all connected and working now.





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  # 1983933 27-Mar-2018 07:30
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Coming home to the family after a 12 day business trip. So good.


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  # 1983988 27-Mar-2018 09:16
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Being able to use all four limbs. Again.




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  # 1984089 27-Mar-2018 09:47
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MikeB4: Being able to use all four limbs. Again.

 

Congratulations.  it's one of these things that most take for granted.

 

Mrs. Floyd snapped her achilles tendon last year and we quickly came to realise that civilisation is not well designed for those with limited ability to move.

 

 





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  # 1986017 30-Mar-2018 15:29
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Being able to walk in the sun. May not sound like much but it is a new beginning.





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  # 1986295 31-Mar-2018 11:05
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I was looking at building blocks on aliexpress for my son, this is in the product description. . . 

 

 

 

Warning:Made IN China

 




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  # 1986297 31-Mar-2018 11:11
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Senecio:

 

DarthKermit:

 

That I met a good woman when I was 38 who didn't want children either and we have a nice child free life together now.

 

 

I met that woman 19 yrs ago and we've been married and child free for the last 16 yrs. Many people don't understand our decisions, but that's just it. They are our decisions.

 

 

 

Wishing you both all the best.

 

 

 

PS.... My wife's 5ft 1in so she also qualifies as something small that makes me smile.

 

 

Ha, I estimate my 3 kids will have cost me around 1 million dollars by the time they leave home. 

 

Good on you though, everyone does things for their own reasons. 


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  # 1988048 4-Apr-2018 10:30
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When you check your email and see a message that a particular individual has resigned.





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