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  1. Are there many cats in your neighbourhood? Or...

    Are there many cats in your neighbourhood? Or foxes? Both love to shit in wood chips.
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    I did it. Iím still unsure if this was an...

    I did it. Iím still unsure if this was an excellent idea or a terrible idea or both.
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    I’ve been very tempted by a floating cabin, with...

    I’ve been very tempted by a floating cabin, with a pointy tall thing on top of it. It’s a terrible idea and I really need to forget about it, but the idea keeps floating back into my consciousness.
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    I was in a car driven by my mother-in-law when...

    I was in a car driven by my mother-in-law when she went the wrong way around a big roundabout. In the UK. Her home country. I don’t ride in cars with her now. In fact I don’t see her at all now, but...
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    Only if you drive on the wrong side of the road...

    Only if you drive on the wrong side of the road and run over kids.
    https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2020/may/11/interpol-red-notice-issued-for-arrest-of-anne-sacoolas
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    ďA while agoĒ. Wasnít that in 2001?

    ďA while agoĒ. Wasnít that in 2001?
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    Short answer is "no." More complicated answer is...

    Short answer is "no." More complicated answer is "it depends."

    The problem with briquettes and Eggs is that briquettes normally use a binder to hold them together. As the briquette ignites, the...
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    Thatís pretty cool. Vintage Perrini.

    Thatís pretty cool. Vintage Perrini.
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    Damn. Sorry to hear about the trip, but glad you...

    Damn. Sorry to hear about the trip, but glad you got home ok.

    I was hoping to link up with Buster for some of the International BBIpalooza, but the last effects we are seeing at home makes it...
  10. I've had the good fortune to drink a fair bit of...

    I've had the good fortune to drink a fair bit of old Dow though mine has all been the '77. Stand it upright for at least 24 hours before opening, to allow the sediment to settle.

    To open you want...
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    Here you go....

    Here you go.
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    This reminds me of stories of truth and meatdrink...

    This reminds me of stories of truth and meatdrink handing out t-shirts and shouting about gonorrhoea.
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    It’s not for me, it’s for my ma. I can’t afford...

    It’s not for me, it’s for my ma. I can’t afford Zermatt...
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    Thanks. Been suggested to me (offline), so...

    Thanks. Been suggested to me (offline), so probably a good shout.
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    Thanks, dude. Looks like a good bet.

    Thanks, dude. Looks like a good bet.
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    Hey, folks. Anyone have a bootfitter...

    Hey, folks. Anyone have a bootfitter recommendation for Zermatt? For AT boots? Thanks.
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    3 years later and the “beyond repair” hoody from...

    3 years later and the “beyond repair” hoody from the OP is still going strong, being worn 4 - 5 days a week in winter. Starting to look pretty worn but...
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    I’m 99% sure HOP did, back in about 2002. His...

    I’m 99% sure HOP did, back in about 2002. His sister was in one of the early Stone Nudes calendar. She was hot. Probably still is.
  19. Yes.

    Yes.
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    This. Wife had exact same issue with Sixt in...

    This. Wife had exact same issue with Sixt in Spain. In her car it was some non-existent scratches. It’s a revenue generating exercise for them. She demanded evidence the car was supplied to her...
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    I have 6x Kamado Joe, 2x Weber kettles, 2x...

    I have 6x Kamado Joe, 2x Weber kettles, 2x vertical smokers (like WSM but a Euro brand), 1x Traeger, and ŗ bunch of small stuff. Got another Traeger and a drum smoker coming next week. Some *might*...
  22. Nice one, Tom, good to hear from you. Glad you...

    Nice one, Tom, good to hear from you. Glad you and Kiyoko are up to cool things.
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    So my friends had a few bouchon suggestions. One...

    So my friends had a few bouchon suggestions. One said Le Musťe in the 2 Ťme arrondissement. Otherwise Brasserie Georges in Perrache or l’Est de Bocuse are good addresses

    And the other, who is...
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    It's a while since I've been in Lyon but I work...

    It's a while since I've been in Lyon but I work in food and drink so hear a fair bit about what is or is not good.

    Re: "rip off" comments - high end restaurants are expensive as heck in France....
  25. To respond to the comments about exercise and...

    To respond to the comments about exercise and work: he's a working cocker spaniel - "working" is a distinct breeding strain (as opposed to a show cocker spaniel), it does not mean he actually does or...
  26. Thanks for the replies - they are appreciated....

    Thanks for the replies - they are appreciated. Unhelpfully I find myself agreeing with almost everything - even when that is contradictory.

    I've spoken to my vet and to the behaviourist who helped...
  27. PS I have no naked pictures of the au pair.

    PS I have no naked pictures of the au pair.
  28. Iíve got 99 problems and the bitch IS one (dog advice)

    Ok, technically heís a dog, not a bitch...

    I have a working cocker spaniel, 7 years old, have had him from 8 weeks. Heís a good dog but has been having problems and I donít know what to do about...
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    Tom is nothing compared to that mouth-breathing...

    Tom is nothing compared to that mouth-breathing fuckwit Daniel.
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    The Ski Bum by Romain Gary. An excellent piece of...

    The Ski Bum by Romain Gary. An excellent piece of 1960s literature that captures the essence of skiing. Seek it out.
  31. Few years ago, but Iíve seen people winter...

    Few years ago, but Iíve seen people winter camping at the White Pine trailhead. Locals - is that still a possibility?
  32. I'm not a knife nut, but this is something I've...

    I'm not a knife nut, but this is something I've wanted to do for a while. Little folding knife I made.

    Started with a cheap kit, then threw out the blade, as well as the nasty wood they supplied...
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    That was bad_roo. It was pretty fuckin'...

    That was bad_roo. It was pretty fuckin' hilarious, as were most things which involved him.
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    Or use a drip tray. Deep dish pizza pan FTW. Line...

    Or use a drip tray. Deep dish pizza pan FTW. Line it with foil for easy cleanup. Put it on a cake cooling rack so your water doesn't boil on the hot plate setter. Or you could buy a Joe which comes...
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    Mum lives in Braintree. Well, Bocking, but it's...

    Mum lives in Braintree. Well, Bocking, but it's effectively part of Braintree. Change a lot it may have, but Braintree will *always* be a shithole.


    If I hadn't been working today I'd have been...
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    This is more like it. Wednesday night T20 at The...

    This is more like it. Wednesday night T20 at The Oval, one of the 2 big grounds in London. Plenty of beer and a boisterous, sell-out crowd (no streakers though... :( ).

    Local team Surrey took...
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    Yeah... It was a minor, 4-day, regional daytime...

    Yeah... It was a minor, 4-day, regional daytime game, on a Tuesday. Not many people are interested in that. I was just looking for an excuse to sack off work and do some drinking with a friend.
    ...
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    Cricket, last week. It's not really about the...

    Cricket, last week. It's not really about the game, it's about an outdoor pub with a distraction in the middle.
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    It's a job that involves being outside in the...

    It's a job that involves being outside in the sun, drinking beer and eating smoked food all day. Oh yeah, and not working in winter. 😎
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    I run a grill school and we use ceramics (among...

    I run a grill school and we use ceramics (among others) so I do a tonne of cooking on them.

    Speed it comes up to temperature is all about the charcoal; imported stuff (in Europe) tends to have...
  41. This thread makes me happy. Seeing those skis,...

    This thread makes me happy. Seeing those skis, and seeing the same discussions we were having about them 15 or 16 years ago bring back memories of the best of times with the best of people. However...
  42. Cool skis. I had some Salomon bindings from...

    Cool skis. I had some Salomon bindings from around '98 with that hole pattern. They were made of plastic and shit. A plate was involved. No idea why someone would put POS bindings like that on Iggys...
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    I'm in the barbecue business, but much more...

    I'm in the barbecue business, but much more charcoal-centric, so I don't have a view on the gas grills. I had a chance to see a Weber Summit Charcoal a while ago. I see it as a competitor to a Egg,...
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    I dealt with the most senior person dealing with...

    I dealt with the most senior person dealing with Arc'teryx warranty in Europe. The problem wasn't that she was a ramrod especially, more that a corporate decision - outsource European customer...
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    So the outcome of this was that Arc'Teryx...

    So the outcome of this was that Arc'Teryx repaired the jacket. Eventually. I got nowhere with the Euro customer service and had to make multiple contacts with Canada to get anywhere.

    A bunch of...
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    Thanks, I've fired off an email. To be fair,...

    Thanks, I've fired off an email.


    To be fair, they do say what they consider the end-of-life (for warranty purposes) of the garment to be: when it is beyond reasonable repair. And they...
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    Those shirts should have come with a health...

    Those shirts should have come with a health warning. ;)
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    I'd love to do this but there are no email...

    I'd love to do this but there are no email addresses on their website - and the enquiry forms all redirect to a UK-specific one. I posted to their twitter asking if they could give me contact details...
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    I had that happen with an Arc'teryx goretex...

    I had that happen with an Arc'teryx goretex jacket and I binned it. I thought there was no way they'd warranty it! :rolleyes:
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    Nice one, Pat. That one made it onto the cover of...

    Nice one, Pat. That one made it onto the cover of a Scandi mag - Fri Flyt, I think. Amongst us it became known as the covershot couloir. :)
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