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By Glamdring
#5516
He probably couldn't think of anything else to do while he was serving doughnuts at a street stall.
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By richietog
#5517
Wooster wrote:
Tue May 15, 2018 9:53 pm
The internet brings a world of information straight to you and you can't even be arsed to look anything up in case you think you might not be able to verify it from a single source.


Fuck me.

Shut the internet down, bring back the libraries and make the fuckers dig out the information for themselves.. :|
Most of it is crap to say the least, you get a lot of people spreading misinformation
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By richietog
#5519
Yeah, right
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By loughor
#5524
Today I was looking on Google Maps streetview in my local area and spotted a car without obscured number plate. I reckon they should give me a million pounds at least but I cba.
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By Wooster
#5531
Today I dragged my arse up Ben A'an, it's only 450m, but a bit relentless and I had a mate in tow who's trying to lose a bit more weight than I am
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When I was doing this regularly I could get up it in under an hour, it's about double that now. :D
Work has been quiet for the last three or four weeks, so decided to take advantage of that and the good weather.
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By Wooster
#5533
Still some dogshit bags lying around though.

The bags of dogshit are worse than the dogshit itself in places like this, the bags don't break down.
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By Glamdring
#5534
It's a problem everywhere. If you get points on your licence for using your mobile maybe you should get 6 weeks inside for for dropping dog bombs.
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By Wooster
#5535
It's should be illegal to sell non biodegradable plastic dogshit bags at least.

Back in the day I never bothered picking up my dogs shit on the hills, but they'd generally bugger off into (or be hunted into) the bracken to have one.
People don't walk in the bracken....well, the sensible ones don't unless they have to (then check themselves for ticks).
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By Glamdring
#5549
Had to go to Scunthorpe today to my car dealership. I'd not been before (complicated reasons) so I plugged the satnav in and put in the post code. I ended up in a small, old industrial estate in the nether regions of Scunthorpe (lots of green countryside and quite pleasant) but then I had to phone the dealership and yell Help, I'm lost! Turns out the postcode is correct but it covers a large area with just a few big companies in it. I was half a mile away nearly.
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By Wooster
#5550
You could have possibly used your phone. Maps>Search Nearby>[name of dealership]>Navigate
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By Glamdring
#5551
I looked at my phone before I left. It showed me just what the satnav did. And the satnav is louder. Mind, I don't have a holder for the phone but I have an excellent holder for the Garmin. I updated that this evening. Been two years since I did that. I don't need satnavs very often.
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By Wooster
#5552
Don't use the postcode alone, use the actual name of the premises and the postcode.
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