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  1. Dave-G

    Should She be Allowed Back in to the UK

    Yer... but arent we subject to what the ECJ rules?
  2. Dave-G

    BREXIT - merged threads

    Can't help but wonder if Brussels managed to bring forward trade negotiations with Japan just in time to let naive remainers think Brexit is the issue.
  3. Dave-G

    Should She be Allowed Back in to the UK

    Anyone know if her two kids that died were boys or girls?
  4. Dave-G

    Should She be Allowed Back in to the UK

    And her brief
  5. Dave-G

    Should She be Allowed Back in to the UK

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    Bunch of schoolkids in a playground with a my gang's bigger than your gang mentality - and that's all that matters to them because they'll always be well off.
  7. Dave-G

    Vehicle fault code reader

    I leave one of these permanently plugged in and read the fault codes on my Android if needed. Using the Torque app there are a lot of other tricks up its sleeve too. Beware - you'd need a different on for I phones. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Torque-ELM-327-Bluetooth-V2-1-OBD2-OBDII-Car-Diagnostic-Auto-Scanner-Code-Reader/282940682739
  8. Dave-G

    Should She be Allowed Back in to the UK

    Shtoppit now lads - think of the diversity well be missing out on. Abbott is probably already in contact with her.
  9. Dave-G

    Should She be Allowed Back in to the UK

    Seems she wants us to provide hospital care for her and her unborn child - who would be a british citizen, so even if she loses her passport she is the parent of a Brit.... Yea right we'd all love to help her do that - why not pay for her flight home too and have a house on standby for them both. Why do these people feel so entitled?
  10. Dave-G

    Pard NV007 charging port

    Yes - and seen that area of the housing melted in a photo
  11. Dave-G

    BREXIT - merged threads

    Dunno about bringing the thread over but is this damming bit (of evidence?) what you wanted? Ironic that it came via a Russian TV company rather than British Media.
  12. For anyone who can't get about very well but wants to carry on shooting, these truck spotters were born out of a personal need to find a way to continue shooting - or just about give pest control up for health reasons. I have COPD/emphysema and can't be out and about carrying a rifle etc with cool moisture in the air, which means most nights apart from high summer. I can walk about ok but will be breathing too hard to take a relaxed shot. I'm fortunate that most of my permissions are open fields or golf courses where I can drive a 4WD - and point it towards quarry as needed. I'd be completely lost without my nice quiet petrol X-Trail auto. The shooting position has proven to be superb, with total body support even down to resting my arm pit over the door window opening with the forestock nestled into the door mirror bracket while leaning back into the seat. Its better than sticks or a wooden bench rest and with the heater blower on, warm dry air passes out the window or sunroof - or both for me to breath in. So the roof spotter works great in that if I drive round a field with more than half moon I can usually spot something of interest without using an illuminator. I can just watch it for a while to see its behavior or flick on the IR to get some eyeshine if I want. One lesson I have learned is that if quarry sees the bright glow of an IR light floating about its more likely to be wary of it, so I mostly drive a bit and stop in a likely place before turning on the illuminator if there's not much moon about. I'm quite well known for prefering minimal illumination - which produces quite grainy videos, but if you have 15 minutes to spare... and a fair bit of data available this Night Vision spotter lamping lark might appeal to you too.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hhDs5rVSEM&t=456s
  13. Dave-G

    Pard 007 45mm collar - swap for 48mm

    Clive Ward does a 47mm if that helps.
  14. Dave-G

    Any pharmacist's on here?

    Thank you gents, I felt a bit of a wuss posting about it here but I'm glad I did now. I'll be having a word with both pharmacists about their lack of assistance, the best they would offer was Dactarin or Clotrimazole cream. I have a 6 monthly hospital consultant appointment coming up soon and will see if he can instruct GP to issue longer period medications.
  15. Dave-G

    Any pharmacist's on here?

    I have COPD (emphysema) Thanks to all the cab passengers who used to cough their germs over my shoulder - and get lots of chest infections now because of all the antibiotics I've had to take over the years. I've about given up hope of doctors allowing sufficient strength or length of a course to clear it up these days. Within a day or two its coming back. As a consequence my immune system is about fubared and get repeated thrush both ends. My last infection required a second different type/course so the thrush is worse than usual. I got issued NYSTAN - which didn't do the job very well so looked again on tinternet for options. Some professional sounding sites suggest Fluconazole can be bought over the counter and taken as a tablet. I walked the dog to two Pharmacists yesterday but forgot what the tablets were called. Both said they didn't know of a tablet for thrush but if I can tell them the name they'll look it up. Is tinternet wrong or am I missing something?