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    Sticky: Barn swallows.

    Barn swallows.
  2. Live on YouTube. Federal Circuit and Family...

    Live on YouTube.

    Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia - YouTube
  3. Whoever wrote the review has posted the date they...

    Whoever wrote the review has posted the date they stayed at the resort (13-14 March 2019) and the type of room they stayed in - Deluxe (the hotel seems to have 2 grades of room, Deluxe and Grand...
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    A trip back to the 1980s. Adam & The Ants -...

    A trip back to the 1980s.


    Adam & The Ants - Antmusic - YouTube


    Adam & The Ants - Stand And Deliver (Video) - YouTube
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    I had one in my room when I was at university. It...

    I had one in my room when I was at university. It smelled nice (lavender) but it made no difference to my sleeping. As per MM's post, I used tea lights.
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    Happy New Year, Billy. :wiggle:

    Happy New Year, Billy. :wiggle:
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    I'm not sure why you'd have trouble getting the...

    I'm not sure why you'd have trouble getting the right sized photos in Thailand. There are photoshops everywhere in Thailand where they'll take your photograph and print a set of pics for you. Just...
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    Bigger Burger in Pakchong, I presume. I've had...

    Bigger Burger in Pakchong, I presume. I've had the Aussie rib-eye and the beef burger there. OK for Thailand, I suppose.

    I like their sign on the wall.

    https://i.imgur.com/IlRFboE.jpg
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    Sticky: ^ Or even better for Shutree, open the curtains...

    ^ Or even better for Shutree, open the curtains after dark in your living room or bedroom with the lights on and wait for the moths to come to your windows. There are some nice moths in Thailand;...
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    Sticky: Sunbirds feed off nectar, insects and spiders so...

    Sunbirds feed off nectar, insects and spiders so maybe choose trees or bushes that flower for long periods or most of the year to provide the nectar they want all year round.

    I've seen purple and...
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    Bert the gardener leaning provocatively over the...

    Bert the gardener leaning provocatively over the window box?
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    I bought some Aspall cyder* yesterday. I've never...

    I bought some Aspall cyder* yesterday. I've never tried it before but if I recall correctly, it's what Klong Toey likes to drink.

    * "cyder" - that's what it says on the bottle. I prefer the...
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    Rhododendron badge sent.

    Rhododendron badge sent.
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    I enjoyed the food in Yemen when I was there. And...

    I enjoyed the food in Yemen when I was there. And the Yemeni made tea and coffee was the best I have tasted anywhere in the world. Some Yemenis taught me how to make it like they do and I used to be...
  15. There are many threads on TD like that (including...

    There are many threads on TD like that (including nathanielnong's thread). There's very little original content here. Even the insults are old and worn. Not that there's anything wrong with that.
  16. That is my take, too. Jeff is still around....

    That is my take, too.

    Jeff is still around. He's just not posting. He sent me a repo a couple of weeks ago.

    kmart hasn't posted for a year but he has logged in at least twice since then.
    ...
  17. Nothing too onerous. I wear a mask outside, I...

    Nothing too onerous. I wear a mask outside, I check my temperature when going into shops and some other buildings and I splash some gel on to my hands now and again. Restaurants are open and I...
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    Indeed. As young lads, we used to play conkers...

    Indeed. As young lads, we used to play conkers and one day a mate and I went for a bike ride and came acrross a big conker tree about 4 miles from home. My mate climbed up the tree and managed to...
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    :rofl: Brilliant. That reminds me of another...

    :rofl: Brilliant.

    That reminds me of another PE teacher we had, a new PE teacher from Wales. This guy decided we would play rugby one winter's day. Nobody in the school knew how to play fucking...
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    Ah, a beaut, and great memories. You were...

    Ah, a beaut, and great memories. You were obviously much better at cricket than I was. :)

    I used to enjoy playing street cricket after school and at weekends with a tennis ball and a lamp-post for...
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    Luckily I had enough pocket-money to pay for it. ...

    Luckily I had enough pocket-money to pay for it. :D


    First year at secondary school and we were playing football in the playground at lunch time. The goal was in front of a 10ft high wire fence...
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    In my secondary school years, after moving to a...

    In my secondary school years, after moving to a different town, I was invited by some of my new classmates to leave the school premises after eating our lunch and pop across the road to the pub for a...
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    I've drunk a few in my time but it's not my...

    I've drunk a few in my time but it's not my favourite soft drink. It's OK for when you have a hangover.

    I remember the old TV ad for it: "Made in Scotland frae girders."

    Are they still...
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    I suppose it could be Nicky Coleman.

    I suppose it could be Nicky Coleman.
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    Also if it was McLeary, he'd have been wearing...

    Also if it was McLeary, he'd have been wearing the captain's armband and the guy in the photo isn't.
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    My final guess will be Alan McLeary. Here's...

    My final guess will be Alan McLeary.


    Here's are some team photos from 1988-89.


    https://i.imgur.com/FHUVAba.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/oi8oj64.jpg
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    A footballer who played for Millwall against...

    A footballer who played for Millwall against Norwich City in the 1988-89 season. It doesn't look like Teddy Sheringham or Tony Cascarino, so ... Ian Dawes?
  28. There's an earlier thread on this, Dave. ...

    There's an earlier thread on this, Dave.

    Worker rescued from outside 26th floor after alleged rope cut
  29. Thread: Daily Moan

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    There are alternatives to buying a pair of those...

    There are alternatives to buying a pair of those glasses.

    There may be an Eye Comfort Shield setting on your mobile phone. There is one on mine. Bedtime Mode is also available on some devices....
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    On the subject of photos missing, I was looking...

    On the subject of photos missing, I was looking through the dinner thread today and saw that some posts from 2019 had photos missing. When I looked at the url of the photos that should have been...
  31. Nuclear waste is not clean. As you yourself...

    Nuclear waste is not clean. As you yourself posted, it has to be transported somewhere and then kept safe - because it is not clean. Some of it may be processed for re-use. Most of it is not.

    And...
  32. Thread: Which visa

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    I thought you got divorced, Chico.

    I thought you got divorced, Chico.
  33. The UK electricity grid is already connected to...

    The UK electricity grid is already connected to France, the Netherlands and Ireland.

    Ireland recently imported €14m worth of electricity from the UK.

    Electricity shortfall forces €14m...
  34. Renewable energy will never be a satisfactory...

    Renewable energy will never be a satisfactory replacement for the base-load energy the UK needs. The need for a large quantity of constant and reliable generating capacity is why nuclear energy and...
  35. I am not anti-nuclear and I certainly wouldn't...

    I am not anti-nuclear and I certainly wouldn't describe my lifestyle as Bohemian, so that's a 100% fail rate so far, Backspit. Well done. :)

    I think the SMR route is an interesting one and I'd...
  36. A good enough route apart from the last part,...

    A good enough route apart from the last part, which is getting from the 111 Road onto Mitrapap Road. Traffic has to turn left, drive for about 500m then do a U-turn to head north-eastwards. It's OK...
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    Yep. Two year old news. There's a thread here on...

    Yep. Two year old news. There's a thread here on it already.


    Crack Thai gumshoes find foreign hookers in Pattaya
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    I'll put a dozen matchsticks on it being in Laem...

    I'll put a dozen matchsticks on it being in Laem Chabang.
  39. Thread: Dinner

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    It's been a long while since I was there. About...

    It's been a long while since I was there. About 20 years. Good to see Maison Thomas is still around. I used to live across the road from it. There was a nice little juice bar not far from Maison...
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    Have you been to the Greek club in Cairo yet,...

    Have you been to the Greek club in Cairo yet, Hal. You can get Greek food and drink there. It's quite a pleasant place to spend a few hours. At least it was the last time I was there. It's located...
  41. I loved BoJo's comment yesterday. ...

    I loved BoJo's comment yesterday.


    https://i.imgur.com/tiL0Jjf.jpg
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    Sticky: Are you sure it's an Asian Fairy-bluebird you saw...

    Are you sure it's an Asian Fairy-bluebird you saw and not an Indian Roller, Shutree?

    Indian Rollers are much more common.
  43. I get the impression that the EU wants to be a...

    I get the impression that the EU wants to be a major power and be taken serioulsy on the world stage as one. Economically, fair enough; politically, ok; but militarily they are a long way off that...
  44. I agree with that 100%. And that, too. ...

    I agree with that 100%.



    And that, too.

    It wil be a bi-polar world for some time, IMO. The only way the US will continue with world dominance is my becoming more and more agressive towards...
  45. Thread: Dinner

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    The Ramses Hilton Hotel if I'm not mistaken. I...

    The Ramses Hilton Hotel if I'm not mistaken. I stayed there a couple of times back in the day.
  46. Thread: Dinner

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    Egypt by the look of the beer, the falafel and...

    Egypt by the look of the beer, the falafel and the kushari.
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    Chitty is a rapist? :rolleyes: ...

    Chitty is a rapist?

    :rolleyes:

    https://blogs.transparent.com/english/files/2012/04/eat-grandma.jpg
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    At home in London.

    At home in London.
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    They are pies from the Lady Pie company based in...

    They are pies from the Lady Pie company based in Phuket.


    https://cdn.villamarket.com/pub/media/catalog/product/cache/c9e0b0ef589f3508e5ba515cde53c5ff/0/0/0097373-1.jpg
  50. The March 2019 Christchurch mosque shootings were...

    The March 2019 Christchurch mosque shootings were carried out by a right-wing, white supremacist.

    Christchurch mosque shootings - Wikipedia
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