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[quote]Full years MOT, no advisory
Have owned this vehicle since 2006. In 2008 it had a complete strip down to the bare chassis, it was shot blasted 2k painted and heavely waxed oiled.
The bulk head was new and stonechipped and wax oiled and still looks like new.
It had later axles fitted with vented slotted discs, Goodridge brake hoses, the list is endless
The engine has been proffesionaly fitted on to the original chassis and the number is on the log book
The engine and running gear has only done 61,645 miles
Drives tight no slack or clonks it has a bespoke full internal and external roll bar
Alli-sport intercooler and a dastek plug in chip centre box removed and egr removed samco hoses and k&n filter
4 new BFG mud terrain tyres with no miles brand new
And we watched some of the rugby today to, quite a full weekend.
Done a bit of gardening this weekend, chopped down the top of the huge bush in the back garden, and did quite a lot of general cleaning up. It's looking alright out there!
Annoyed with the doctors, or the NHS generally, I'm not sure. Been waiting for an appointment for an MRI for my back / sacroiliac joint issue, and it has been well overdue. And then I got a letter from the doctor today to discuss my non-appearance at the MRI. I definitely was not contacted with a date and a place for the MRI, so this is a bit unfair. If I have to reschedule a new one with another six week wait I will not be happy. They'd better give me some better pain killers again in compensation, I am out now!
My NAS is still not synced yet, it is guessing another 19 hours...
We're probably getting this one because the Samsung ww9000 wifi internet smart washing machine of the future is not available until May. Bad timing eh? More about it here.
I reckon I can retrofit my own api to our new washing machine so I can see what it's up to...
☠ api: application interface, how two different computer systems can talk to each other - people use websites, other computers use apis
|From January 2014|
I liked the little touch where the pub sign for The Kings Head had Simon Pegg's face on it. There are sure to be a lot more details that I missed...
Your parcel is its way and will be delivered within 2 working days... Track your parcel now at http://www.myyodel.co.uk
I don't want yodel delivering my new hard drives! I was hoping they'd be there when I get in today, but unlikely... The tracking link they sent me did not work. Will report back.
Yodel if you are listening please deliver my parcel safely.
I probably should have just got a couple of these from maplin, for less than I paid for my new drives and enclosure, and then sorted out the synchronising myself.
UPDATE: After all that they were waiting for me when I got in. In the house, not thrown in a hedge or anything. Configuring 6TB of storage now!
Clare is out tonight, so an evening of computer tinkering is on the way. Been meaning to read this bluetooth arduino article for ages, I should have bought some components in advance and I could try that too. Hopefully my hard drives have arrived for the NAS too, so I can install them. Oh and catch up with the Musketeers, which I'm enjoying but Clare does not watch. So all in all a busy night...
Good that he can give me a bit more info on a gig I was at, Soundgarden at Shepherds Bush Empire - I did not realise that it was the first gig at that venue.
Ironically I have not listened to 6Music for ages, but I watched BBC3 only last week. Uncle (the Nick Helm vehicle) is ace, but it's a rarity on that channel. The good stuff will get picked up elsewhere, and the channel will stay online anyway, just off air.
Next stop Radio 1.
My energy monitor just stopped working, I hope it's just the battery in it. It does have a flashing light on it, guessing that is battery usage. Who monitors the energy usage of the energy monitor..?
☠ lightwaverf: the light switches etc that I use to give me remote control of everything in the house
It is hosted upstairs in The Chambers Coffee Shop. You can get a lager or the usual teas, coffee's and cakes etc or there's a full bar downstairs with a great selection of ales.
We offer a 16 track desk with full effects, good P.A, a decent monitor so you can hear yourself, a sound engineer that sits at the desk making sure you sound good (and if necessary that people listen!) and a warm atmosphere. The Coffee Shop also has excellent acoustics.
Don't worry if you're a novice or if you're nervous. Plenty of people come here to play for the very first time. We're not perfectionists! We've had many different instruments and genre of performance too.
A list is usually formed during the evening...if you wish to play at a certain time or have any special requirements please contact us on the number below...
It's a relaxed evening for ALL...we hope you enjoy it and if you do...tell your friends.
Date: Sat 8th March...
Address: Radnor Chambers, Cheriton Place
CT20 2BB Folkestone, Kent
Tony and Kim King... 07790264108... firstname.lastname@example.org
Not this has changed from Friday 7th to Saturday 8th...
Crikey, a bit low on the bill... Nirvana will be headlining this time next year, assuming they haven't killed themselves.
It brings Red Dwarf to mind, though so many things do right now. I don't even like Red Dwarf that much, though I used to. I have recently ripped my Red Dwarf DVDs as part of the process of getting everything onto hard drives. Just ordered two more drives so I'll have a 6TB NAS device should be enough room for everything (though that will be split into two duplicate 3TB stores).
I found a bundle of Red Dwarf magazines too in the boxes of comics that Mum and Dad brought recently. Really I'm not much of a fan.
Actually I do have $300 spare right now...
Also at the weekend tok Harry swimming again, very proud of his progress he's underwater like nobody's business. Had a bit of a mooch around Hythe too.
TV is good at the moment, did not think much of the Jonathan Creek, but glad it is back, hope the next one is better. Really enjoyed the Midsomer Murders Danish crossover recently, lots of familiar faces from The Killing, a clever idea. Also on a very-gentle-crime tip we watched Rosemary and Thyme at the weekend. So predictable, but nice all the same.
Paul Clarke's blog - I live and work in Hythe near Folkestone, Kent. Married to Clare and father to Harry and Tommy, I am a web dev, and I do js, node, php, and ruby. I like Folkestone Gerald, pubs, restaurants, home automation, history, genealogy, TV, popbitch, squirrels, pirates ☠, time travel, stained glass...