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  1. The Algon seemed to do a more thorough job, and last longer than Wet and Forget. 👍
  2. I've been meaning to reply to this with feedback. A week or so after postign this I was dragged to a garden centre that had Algon, so I bought some, and was really impressed with it. When that was done I got some Wet and Forget but it hasn't performed nearly as well, I've ordered more Algon before I've finished it. Thanks for the input everyone. Figgy, if you read this, what resin were you talking about in the second post?
  3. That's brilliant, I think I know what I want for my birthday now. Next door have a 'proper' outdoors pizza oven, this produces the best pizza I've ever tasted but was ~£2K I think. >:-0 Guy next door says the secret is the right flour and to make the dough a couple of days before you need it.
  4. I've been using ESET's anti-virus software for years and can't fault it. It has a very low impact on machine performance and is usually one of the best at detecting previously unseen viruses.
  5. "is now the time to let the Scots have another vote" Despite what you hear from the SNP, the Scots don't want another vote. When you hear them whinging about Brexit being undemocratic the needles on your irony meters should be smashing out the end of the display.
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    Craft beer

    Our local Costcutter won the best wine and beer award for Costcutters UK a couple of years ago. There is a mad range, but some of the beers are crazily strong, I'm not keen on anything over 5.5%, and expensive. The problem is there's too much choice. Although bigger than most 'craft' breweries I like most of the Willams beers, and they're priced at the lower end of the range.
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    No need...

    He's invited me shooting a few times, sold me a gun at the right price and I think he's a "bloody nice chap".
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    Climate Change

    This NASA? https://realclimatescience.com/2020/01/nasa-confirms-their-own-conspiracy-theory/ Also when you say 'on record', you know the records started at the end of the Dickensian Little Ice age in the 1850's? It's good that we're still recovering from that, civilisation has always thrived in warm periods.
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    1917 film

    "A scene where our hero falls into a raging river has to be seen to be laughed at." The guy who sits beside me here used to do a lot of kayaking down white water rivers. He said it's the most realistic representation of being in a river like that he's ever seen.
  10. Good job! I'm at the age now where at the end of a night I want to go home _NOW_ and don't mind paying for it (though still haven't used UBER yet).
  11. "Odd that people have such bad accounts for Uber, we used them twice in Edinburgh (our friends account) and it was spot on" One problem in Edinburgh is there aren't enough black cabs to cater for a busy Saturday night. We had friends up from London a couple of years ago and went for a drink after a meal. After they ordered an Uber while we ordered a Taxi. We waited about 40 mins sheltering in a doorway, they reckon they were in bed asleep before our taxi arrived. ☹️
  12. The thing is when the UK handed Hong Kong back it was agreed that over 50 years it would revert to Chinese 'rule'. If they wanted to riot, then was the time. ?
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    Scotland Ref#2

    Vince, that's not true, most of the UK oil would come under an independent Scotland's waters. But, the oil price has crashed since 2014, it's expensive to get out and there's _very_ little revenue from it, and negative a couple of years ago due to decommissioning costs..... https://www.theguardian.com/business/2015/oct/21/north-sea-tax-revenues-plummet-negative-first-time-history Tell your Aunt that if Scotland goes independent we'd have a worse deficit than the Greeks did when they were forced to cut their pensions by 40%.
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    Scotland Ref#2

    This demonstrates the SNP hypocrisy on the EU, they spent more on a by election than opposing Brexit..... https://www.heraldscotland.com/news/17972264.snp-spent-shetland-byelection-eu-referendum/?ref=twtrec
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    Scotland Ref#2

    She's probably not. She knows they'd lose so has been continually stringing the sheeples along for as long as she can. She's on more than the PM, her husband is the CEO of "the party" so between them they're raking it in.
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