Beko induction hob double oven unit, and jumbo fridgefreezer here, both worked perfectly* for 7 years so far. Bosch washing machine, now 11 (ish) years old, still going strong. Bosch tumble dryer, first one went 8 years, “new” one now 3 years old.
* ok, well, both oven elements have failed once each and needed replacing at £10 a go, but I…[Read more]
Crikey that is high. I’ve seen the fields flooded a few times but not right up to the footbridge level.
In laws are close to the Wye – fortunately about 15m above it, although local access has become limited. Didn’t realise it had gone so high though.
different incident in pompey:
Five families who were wrongly identified as harbouring sex offenders were forced to flee their homes in the Paulsgrove estate in Portsmouth as violence flared earlier this month.
Maybe built it with a wide channel under the bench/box, which allows lots of air to go in at the bottom, and a wide gap at the back, which allows it to go up past the rad. Gap same length as rad plus a little, and maybe 15cm width.
Chances are the rad will be working at reduced efficiency though. TBH I think it’s a bit moon on a stick to try the…[Read more]
mrmonkfinger replied to the topic Grenfell Tragedy – Firefighters Conspiracy Theory. in the forum Chat Forum 6 days ago
Sums him up well
“Jacob Rees-Mogg talking about common sense is a bit like my dog talking about wifi. It’s surprising he even understands the concept.”
re Venus in Furs, see wiki:
In 1993, the song was used as the soundtrack for a British advertisement for Dunlop Tyres, by the advertising agency Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO and directed by British director Tony Kaye. The advertisement was notable for featuring both fetish and surrealist imagery
mrmonkfinger replied to the topic So… someone very nearly caused us to crash, on purpose. What to do? in the forum Chat Forum 1 week ago
After an overtake you can simply pull back in.
Unless your overtake was absurdly lairy and you’re diving for a gap.
The Victorians knew this, that’s why railways were such a big thing.
I call strawman.
Railways were a big thing because they were the only way to go long distances.
The Victorians did not all own a Ford Focus and a 3 series per household.
Nor could they trek to a local airport and jump on an Airbus.
Number 1, The Larch?
We get the odd drip during prolonged rain on one of ours, but it is into the stove. Never thought much of it, just assumed it was down to weather conditions forcing some moisture into the flue. The other stove at t’other side of house doesn’t have any problem with drips. Both have those standard bird cage type cowls on top.
mrmonkfinger replied to the topic Anyone else's partner not get the 'working' part of working from home? in the forum Chat Forum 2 weeks ago
I can be out in the garden with table saw, drill, grinder, cutting tiles, painting doors etc. because she’s made it perfectly clear that the speed with which I’m completing the house renovations is unsatisfactory
I found the difference between the unsatisfactoryness associated with the speed I could achieve whilst being interrupted by con…[Read more]
old ex-waterproof trainers
old cons for the gym
new cons for not the gym
smart shoes for work and stuff
wedding & funeral clogs
SPD off roaders
SPD on roaders
couple of knackered out pairs of duffs which should be in the bin
Pro: Boris dead in a ditch
Con: Katie Hopkins is now going to appear naked with little pics of Nigel in strategic places. The ultimate Halloween horror…
On balance I’d say the former is worth the latter.
As he’s a serial lying piece of filthy toerag I can’t see him following through with his promise though.
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