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  1. 2b1ask1

    Are you worried yet.

    Best wishes for him Scaf
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    US Civil War

    True, but given population densities are a big player as well as welfare and healthcare. The population of Japan are very process led and compliant. Their figures are fantastic and shows how if rules are followed just how successful they can be at reducing spread and death. Up until this week...
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    The good morning thread

    Morning all, last couple of days I have felt the SAD cloud lifting from me a little, difficult to say if the lamp has helped but it seems to correlate nicely. I’m still lacking mojo but at least I’m not reduced to sobbing. Hackney today making replacement ropes on a unit. Have fun all...
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    US Civil War

    I watched the press briefing as Biden was announcing staff and the program of tackling COVID-19 and basically showed that the Trup administration had no plan at all for a vaccine program, that the USA has 4% of the world population but 20% of global deaths from CV19 and is in a desperate place...
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    The good morning thread

    Ran out of daylight with about 30 mins of work still to go...
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    The good morning thread

    Day one complete, quick run home for some lunch and off out again in a few minutes to do day two...
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    The good morning thread

    Morning all I have a couple of local jobs today. Have fun all...
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    Pic of the day

    he is considering his options, it owes him nothing so he may well just scrap it.
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    The other birds thread

    Water looks cold!
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    Sticky Plastics Buttons Example

    Having driven mine today for the first time in far too long, I’m reminded just how sticky everything is. will need to get a full GS button set done plus can you do the centre vent and steering column cowlings top and bottom?
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    Are we all ready...

    Seat backs are fab; need to consider that.
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    Pic of the day

    no this was my eldest for several years and middle lad bought it off her about two years ago. Just got it MOT’ last few weeks. We were going to replace the rear brakes on it today and investigate the tappy knock it has developed!
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    Pic of the day

    FCUK!!!! scrap value now then - suspect oil pump failure in progress as much tiny hard metal in the oil not white metal. Catastrophic failure expected in minutes...
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    The good morning thread

    Morning all, working on cars today. Have fun all...
  15. 2b1ask1

    Are you worried yet.

    I’ve managed 6 days on various sites making repairs including purchasing some materials in Travis Perkins and cumulatively I’ve interacted with other people less than 10 minutes and at all times distanced and mask wearing. Yes roads and places are a little busy, mindful of my news I was...
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    My winter project

    As I understand it, have always done it that is: Prep the car as you wish, isolate the battery (dial switch in boot) for 30 minutes. Turn isolator back on, cycle the central locking and alarm. Start engine with no throttle imput and idle for 10 minutes. Swith off engine. Restart and drive in...
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    My winter project

    Good stuff; you will not regret it :D
  18. 2b1ask1

    Are you worried yet.

    I have just heard that he passed away this morning, cause was compilations from the anaphylactic shock/coma. He had been making a good recovery it seemed.
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    Pic of the day

    A firm from my home town. We have to assume it was a heat exchanger...!
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    The good morning thread

    Morning all, Jeanette completed her first shift with patients at the Nightingale yesterday, 12 1/2 hours! She was a shell when she got home, letting her sleep in this morning. I didn’t finish on site yesterday so back there today to finish off. Not what I had planned but there you go. Have fun...