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  • BR14
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    in sleepy sarf herts



    afternoon peeps

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  • BR14
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    today

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  • BR14
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    day

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  • BR14
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    miserable

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  • BR14
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    gloomy

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  • BR14
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    grey

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  • BR14
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    dull

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  • xoggoth
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    Son coming down for visit today so no loony lady.

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  • xoggoth
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    But never will.

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  • ladymuck
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    In mooching about the Screwfix website to determine what they had in stock, I ended up realising that my order was going to be more substantial than just an empty (easy to carry) tool box so I've gone for the delivery option and added in loads of other stuff for all the little jobs I've been thinking of doing.

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  • ladymuck
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    Morning all

    Dull and cloudy but dry and warm. Currently 18 degrees with a forecast high of 21 expected. Barometer down to 1016 mBar.

    Decided to have a look at my little tool box and decide what can be rescued as it's been stored in the outside shed, subject to rain. My small axe (no idea why I have one) is properly rusted but the mallet and concrete chisel (ditto) are ok. The smaller tools need a bit of a clean up and will be fine. Need to find a more durable, waterproof tool box so I feel a walk up to the high street to screwfix is in order.

    Today's Kantar diary fact is:
    US fashion company 'Michael Kors' buys Italian brand 'Vercace' fro US$2.1 billion 2018

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  • DoctorStrangelove
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    Morning.

    Grey. Very very very grey.

    Misty.

    Sunless.

    Dark.

    Dank.

    Dreary.

    Dire.

    Drizzly.

    Cooler at 18.8 deg in here.

    1011 mBar, 29.85 in Hg, 758.3 Torr, 73% RH.

    Saturday.

    Woke at 04:30 and turned the wireless on so the doze was accompanied by all sorts of things until about half past eight, none of which I can remember, though a bit of "Farming Today" and the Shipping Forecast seem to have registered.

    I suspect it stayed switched on because the voices of the presenters didn't grate like nails down a chalk board today.

    Wireless is now firmly switched off since I can't abide the gabbling idiots on a Saturday morning.

    I do rather miss John Peel's "Home Truths" of yore.

    That was worth listening to.

    Walk (unabbreviated) walked.

    It's a bit close out there.

    Still grey & very humid.

    Lunch: Heinz baked beans on Morrisons wholemeal sunflower and spelt toast, bramble jelly x 1.2 on same, red corner yog, 0.91 pints of good Glengettie tea.

    I see we are shortly to be blessed with Fluoridation.

    Ho hum.

    In other other news, having dug out the Megger(tm) and fitted a battery therein, the cable down to the garage appears to be leak free, which is good, since finding the leak would be a grade A pain in the arse, to put it mildly.

    The output of said Megger(tm) was tested with a dvm (10M internal resistance) and showed 350V, whilst digging out the AVO 8 (internal resistance 1000 x 20k = 20M) showed 550V.

    All goes to prove that the thing with the pointer & the mirror scale (last seen available about 10 years ago at £1000 odd) still has a better performance under some circumstances, even if it is over 50 years old.

    In other other other news, next door's girlfriend has a dog which attempted to hump my leg for me.

    The 500V Megger(tm) was very tempting.

    The Cat will not be pleased if said mutt moves in next door or the dog.
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  • WTFH
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    Morning all
    a bit murky here.

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  • NickFitz
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    No premieres tonight, only rewatches, starting with Crazy Rich Asians (2018) which is good fun even if it isn't that deep

    Then Deepwater Horizon (2016) which is good but "fun" would probably be the wrong word for an exploding oil rig whatever the depth

    And finally Deep Cover (1992) which is one of those that's very good for its time, but nowadays has you thinking "they wouldn't do that" a lot - mainly because modern films wouldn't have them doing that, of course, because none of us know what undercover cops in California actually do, then or now

    Goodnight all

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  • ladymuck
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    Went out about 1730 to meet a friend for a couple of drinks then dinner at Cinnamon Club. Just got home.

    Stuffed. Had a fab evening. Bed time.

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