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    I thought it was going to be about you looking at buying a BMW!! How wrong was I?

    I have pretty much the same views as you mate, without wanting to seem like a heartless bar steward: I think it's a shame, but if it doesn't have a massive effect on my life (e.g I don't them/have no interest in what they do) then I don't feel the need to get upset or dwell on the subject too much as my life is generally uneffected.

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    I thought it was discusting that Winehouse was front page news ahead of the mass murder in Norway. At the end of the day she has killed herself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by W3STY View Post
    I thought it was discusting that Winehouse was front page news ahead of the mass murder in Norway. At the end of the day she has killed herself.
    You got to be joking?
    she's front page news?
    FFS, thats shocking.
    Goes to show people will buy more news paper with celebrities on the front over some proper news.

    One reason why I don't read the news paper.


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    Hmmmm. Celebrity deaths... and feelings about them...

    I guess it is purely down to circumstance.

    Take Colin McRae for example. Spends his life blitzing cars round like a loon and then dies in a helicopter accident. I did think that was a tragic loss.

    In fact, any celebrity that dies in that sort of circumstance, where there is nothing they can do about it, is a waste and a shame.

    Amy Winehouse on the other hand. Well, what can you say? Someone who has used and abused drugs for many years, been in and out of rehab a thousand times and then died of a 'tragic' dug overdose?

    Tragic based on what?

    Who is to blame for her death.... Oh wait, that would be her then. If you spend your life stuffing things into your nose and veins, then you roll the dice and you take your chances.

    In my opinion, now that she is dead, it shows teenage fans the dangers of drugs and alcohol abuse. Singers, celebrities and whatever else are looked up to by the youth of today, and to see them doing drugs and abusing alcohol ultimately means that fans/kids/teenagers/whatever think that that sort of behaviour is OK, when frankly it isn't.

    No sympathy for those who peg it based on substance abuse. Much like I have no sympathy for those who drink drive.

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    I mean, come on people, lets be fair. They tried to make her go to rehab, and she said no, no, no.
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    Wasted your time reading this
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reesy View Post
    This is the worse its been since I started coming to the pub
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    Quote Originally Posted by W3STY View Post
    This is the worse its been since I started coming to the pub
    Yeah man. Boooooooo.
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    I don't know where everyone is, maybe they're actually doing work... I hope not, as surely that breaks the Pub rules?

    Car related talk - I have a strange squeak, which I'm 98% certain is coming from the pass front wheel hub area, it's not a suspension squeak, and only makes a noise when the car is moving. I will try and get a sound clip of said noise, but thought I'd put it up here as you two don't spend a lot of time in the 8L section asking questions like these!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reesy View Post
    I don't know where everyone is, maybe they're actually doing work... I hope not, as surely that breaks the Pub rules?

    Car related talk - I have a strange squeak, which I'm 98% certain is coming from the pass front wheel hub area, it's not a suspension squeak, and only makes a noise when the car is moving. I will try and get a sound clip of said noise, but thought I'd put it up here as you two don't spend a lot of time in the 8L section asking questions like these!

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    My instant reaction would be brakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reesy View Post
    I don't know where everyone is, maybe they're actually doing work... I hope not, as surely that breaks the Pub rules?


    Westy - I'll make the league now, to pass the time.
    I've got a load of work done today due to the Pub being so quiet.

    Yeah sort out the league and that'll kill another 10 mins.
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    Also, fun thing to try if you are a normal, non cycling commuter: set your radio to AM and go up from around 500 (can't remember exact number) and eventually you will find that the revs of the car come through the stereo, the noise is pretty raspy, but I thought it was pretty cool for about 10 mins.


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    Had the wheel off mate, and the wear on the discs is perfect, with no lip on the edge, so I know it's not the brakes binding. I might jack her up and leave the wheel on this time, and see how if there is any difference. Any more ideas would be appreciated, if not I'll report back tomorrow.


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    Finishing early to go 'squeak' hunting. Will report back tomorrow.


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    Good luck reesy.

    I finished my garden.

    Went from this.

    To this



    I think the dogs like it


    My first bit of gardening and DIYing for my self and on my own.
    It is rather satisfying when you see the finished product but its not something i'm going to be addicted to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottB5 View Post
    Good luck reesy.

    I finished my garden.

    Went from this.

    To this



    I think the dogs like it


    My first bit of gardening and DIYing for my self and on my own.
    It is rather satisfying when you see the finished product but its not something i'm going to be addicted to.
    Scott, im impressed. Good job well done.
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    I picked up the £1200 worth of racing bike and my mate said I can give it a go before deciding if I want it or not. Bloody hell it's good! It's so light and effortless compared to my mountain bike.

    I was gunning it up and down the road and up hills like they werent there.

    I'll probably buy it but I need to work out whether the frame is too small for me or not

    Looking forward to my next ride now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by W3STY View Post
    I picked up the £1200 worth of racing bike and my mate said I can give it a go before deciding if I want it or not. Bloody hell it's good! It's so light and effortless compared to my mountain bike.

    I was gunning it up and down the road and up hills like they werent there.

    I'll probably buy it but I need to work out whether the frame is too small for me or not

    Looking forward to my next ride now.
    That was a real good buy w3sty, i hope you enjoy it. Very well done on your cycle at the weekend, it was for a very good cause.
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    Thanks to this (Ford Capri 280 Brooklands enhancement detail) post i'm looking at old school fords with lust.

    And found this.
    1984 (A) FORD GRANADA GHIA ESTATE 2.8 V6 AUTO IN SILVER | eBay
    Wish i had a garage, I'd love to fill it with some old school fords.
    Ok, its a granada, not a massively old but I love em and my dad and grandad owned one each.

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    Been off doing more bedroom stuff today, had to wire in some extra sockets...which was a nightmare. Check out the lovely wiring the previous electrician left me:



    All wallpaper is now off, plasterer coming tomorrow night to have a shifty and create a made up extortionate price

    Then it's the final (big stretch) of putting it all back together. Back in work tomorrow, which I can't be bothered with. If I could, i'd renovate houses for a living, I really enjoy it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottB5 View Post
    Thanks to this (Ford Capri 280 Brooklands enhancement detail) post i'm looking at old school fords with lust.

    And found this.
    1984 (A) FORD GRANADA GHIA ESTATE 2.8 V6 AUTO IN SILVER | eBay
    Wish i had a garage, I'd love to fill it with some old school fords.
    Ok, its a granada, not a massively old but I love em and my dad and grandad owned one each.
    I had a mk1 escort a few years back. Had all the plans to restore it...but then I got married and had kids Sold it on to a mate who's a mechanical engineer so giving it all the love it needs. I think he's getting close to a rolling chassis with it now, i'll have to go see it sometime and try get a few pics.


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    Get some pics of it mate.
    I helped my mate striped out a MK1 for him to fit a skyline engine and race it.
    Thats as far as he got with it.

    Loving the spaghetti junction of cables. I bet he takes pride in his work.

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    Wow how quiet has it been today. Iv been flat out all day til now.... so that's my excuse haha. Good link on the Brooklands Scott. Got me moist a little. My old man had one when I was a young un.

    So weasty you keeping that bike dude?? What size is the frame?? Smaller bikes are easier to throw around, Put Yr seat up higher. But will depend on arm reach.

    Nice nest crazy. Me and the missus have done a couple of renovations. We did one in oswaltwistle it was a right dirty stinkin hole, you wouldn't belive the state of it when we got it. Took us about 8 months to do it, eve's and weekends. was good fun but it saps the life outa ya big time. Luckily we sold it to two lemons just before the Market dropped on it's ass

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    Quote Originally Posted by damo.h View Post
    So westy you keeping that bike dude?? What size is the frame?? Smaller bikes are easier to throw around, Put Yr seat up higher. But will depend on arm reach.
    I'm going to cycle to work on it tomorrow and see how it is. I think the frame is the right size I'm just not used to being so low down as I've never ridden anything other than mountain bikes.

    If I make it to work and back tomorrow without being killed, I'll probably have it. Got my eye on 3 more rides coming up so I need a road bike for them
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    Quote Originally Posted by W3STY View Post
    I'm going to cycle to work on it tomorrow and see how it is. I think the frame is the right size I'm just not used to being so low down as I've never ridden anything other than mountain bikes.

    If I make it to work and back tomorrow without being killed, I'll probably have it. Got my eye on 3 more rides coming up so I need a road bike for them
    Road bikes are ace! It does take some getting used to, as like you say the front end is often low. When you get back on your mtb you'll feel like you're riding an arm chair!

    As for the house damo, this is our second renovation. First was worse, but with a little one we don't have as much time so we made sure this one wasn't as big a job. It certainly does sap the time though, 10 hours on the job today, 12 on Saturday. Hopefully it'll look ace when done though. Straight onto the next bedroom as the little 'un needs to move out of hers for when baby dude comes along.


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    Quote Originally Posted by crazy88 View Post
    Road bikes are ace! It does take some getting used to, as like you say the front end is often low. When you get back on your mtb you'll feel like you're riding an arm chair!
    The seat on the road bike is like a razor blade!

    I'll have to get all the matching Lycra now I'm getting all keen on my cycling lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazy88 View Post
    As for the house damo, this is our second renovation. First was worse, but with a little one we don't have as much time so we made sure this one wasn't as big a job. It certainly does sap the time though, 10 hours on the job today, 12 on Saturday. Hopefully it'll look ace when done though. Straight onto the next bedroom as the little 'un needs to move out of hers for when baby dude comes along.
    That's it once you start it you can't stop haha it's like it's never ending. Bet ya, you'v both been sat there covered in all kinds either looking at somat you'v just ripped out or somat you'v put in. And just staired at it
    How long you reckon till your done, what's next ha.

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    I can't wait to get all the matching Lycra now I'm getting all keen

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    Quote Originally Posted by W3STY View Post
    The seat on the road bike is like a razor blade!

    I'll have to get all the matching Lycra now I'm getting all keen on my cycling lol
    W3sty, you have to put the pics of lycra on asn pub for us all to see. lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandra View Post
    W3sty, you have to put the pics of lycra on asn pub for us all to see. lol.
    Haha maybe. I'm just about to set of to work on the road bike. I have a feeling it's going to be difficult with a rucksack on!
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    Morning yawl.. Looks like it's going to be a warm one.

    So what's on the menu today??

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    Quote Originally Posted by W3STY View Post
    I'll have to get all the matching Lycra now


    Good luck westy.
    Did you time your self when riding in with the mtb?

    Morning all,

    I've been on the campaign trail again in a hope to get some more work and work that challenges me and helps me grow.
    The work they gave me is to make document about the PCs that running slow, 5mins and thats done and now they gave me 8 PCs to image.
    O Whoop, thats like 4 hours and of doing nothing and 10mins of kicking the image off. O well thats this campaign dead in the water.

    How is every one else?
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    Quote Originally Posted by damo.h View Post
    Morning yawl.. Looks like it's going to be a warm one.

    So what's on the menu today??

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottB5 View Post
    Wish I had nothing to do mate, we'r two engineers down this week and we'r manic. Oh well head down and crack on I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by damo.h View Post
    Wish I had nothing to do mate, we'r two engineers down this week and we'r manic. Oh well head down and crack on I guess.
    How long till you open up your own wrapping business full time?

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    Morning all. Back in the office today. I ache after I was knelt down all day yesterday sorting the damn sockets out! bah humbug. Quite a busy day at work, got a meeting at 11 with my boss, to check progress. I also need to pop to the local barclays bank. When I was at my parents at the weekend my dad gave me a barclays letter. Turns out I have £190 in an account that I had completely forgotten about, yay! I just now need to start the process of getting the address changed etc so I can get my money out.

    No doubt it'll buy a new pram

    Scott, your garden looks loads better now, well done dude! Is your decking not a bit slippy though? Looks like it'd be great fun when raining. Like a personal ice rink!


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    I'm alive

    I did time myself on the mountain bike but it was down the toe path where as this mornings route was on the road. I need to raise the saddle a bit more and tilt the handle bars up slightly as it was a bit too low.

    I need to work out how to measure the frame of the bike as it might be a size too small for me.
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    Frame measurements usually go from centre of bottom bracket to centre of top tube (ie the point where the top tube meets the seat tube). Some are measured from bottom bracket to top of seat tube though. You should also consider the length of the top tube, as this obviously affects your reach.

    How tall are you, and how big is the frame then? What kind of bike is it? So many questions! Glad you're alive though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by crazy88 View Post
    Frame measurements usually go from centre of bottom bracket to centre of top tube (ie the point where the top tube meets the seat tube). Some are measured from bottom bracket to top of seat tube though. You should also consider the length of the top tube, as this obviously affects your reach.

    How tall are you, and how big is the frame then? What kind of bike is it? So many questions! Glad you're alive though.
    I'm 6'.1" but the bike has no measurements as it was a custom built one for the original buyer. The guy I've borrowed it off (with the intention of buying) said that the original buyer was about my height too.

    I've found out all about how to measure the frame and crank size so I'll measure it all up when I get home later.

    The bike is a 2009 or 2010 version of this:

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazy88 View Post
    Morning all. Back in the office today. I ache after I was knelt down all day yesterday sorting the damn sockets out! bah humbug. Quite a busy day at work, got a meeting at 11 with my boss, to check progress. I also need to pop to the local barclays bank. When I was at my parents at the weekend my dad gave me a barclays letter. Turns out I have £190 in an account that I had completely forgotten about, yay! I just now need to start the process of getting the address changed etc so I can get my money out.

    No doubt it'll buy a new pram

    Scott, your garden looks loads better now, well done dude! Is your decking not a bit slippy though? Looks like it'd be great fun when raining. Like a personal ice rink!
    Well done on the free money mate, shame you can't spend on fixing your mods

    Yeah, it very slippery and a pain in the ass to clean, I dont really like decking for them reasons, I wish it was never there and love to ditch it.

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