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  1. Maybe they killed Gordon the gopher 😂
  2. Spring watch is a nature version of Blue Peter. It shows the most idyllic view of all things fur and feather. Rather embarrassing to watch. Not that I do. Got to feel sorry for Packham really. He’s a stupid fool blinded by his own arrogance and narrow mindedness. I have seen first hand what happens when corvids are in control. When I used to go fishing at Walthamstow reservoirs which is also a bird watching site, there is an abundance of magpies and crows. Guess what, it was rare to see any songbirds. In my mums garden a few years ago there was quite a few magpies controlling the area. I shot 6 or so in a month or 2 and what happened?, an incredible show of blue tit fledglings flying in chains and a massive rise in numbers of other birds.
  3. I need mine done soonish on my 2010 focus titanium. I think it’s 100,000 miles
  4. If you mean doing a long mitre ( how long?) then you really need to know what you are doing to get a good joint. You need accurate/sharp tooling to get good results and know how to use them. I mean those results are pretty shocking.
  5. 1998 landcruiser amazon. Got put down as a named driver 😃
  6. Engineered all day long. Unless you want that gappy look. As said, can get unfinished board easy but painting them 😕. Definitely lay different to existing boards as it will be more stable and I would ply over old floor first. Even get a couple of bags of self levelling compound to fill any dips and hollows at least. Quite simple to do with a straight edge. Also and good quality moisture resident underlay like a timbermate duralay.
  7. Common sight here in Kent now. Again 10 -15 years ago I hadn’t seen one but now they are everywhere. About 4 years ago I counted 12 gliding and hovering at different heights I’ve rthw north downs.
  8. Sod 110v. From what I’ve heard, saws that are 110v suffer with power (not enough grunt) issues. Possibly not true on all brands but definitely the Festool kapex 120 in 110v has had lots of complaints. Depends on use I suppose.
  9. Why would I justify that! Who knows what went through his head and what actually went on. I blame the parents as who in there right mind let’s there child stay there. No matter who he is. It’s all ****** up
  10. Haven’t watched it and not sure if I will so can’t properly comment. I can’t really mkw my mind up. In a lot of ways he’s guilty as hell as having young boys stay round is just plain weird but then he had a childhood of stardom and a father who beat him. Maybe he did just want to go back to being a child. I don’t know.
  11. Yep when funds allow, a pro sport is on my hit list.
  12. Guess what chaps, my Makita combi LXT of over six years of age has started playing up this morning 😩 hit and miss on the trigger and sometimes starts slow and increases in speed
  13. Haha I get aching hands using plunge saw routers etc let alone hand drills! I could do with that Hilti drill as I have a scar on my wrist from a chop saw and if a drill snatches, it pulls the scar tissue and bloody hurts 😂 The hilti jigsaw looks pretty good and interested to see how it compares to the mafell P1CC.
  14. Beyond comprehension 😂 Proper tradesman though. Using adzes, axes and drawknives. I did a little bit of it when I was an apprentice and was interesting. House in a day 😱 crazy
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