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Sperm Bank app. Choose your sperm vis an app. Buy a cheap turkey baster from Robert Dyers.
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Kinda sums it up perfectly. #Syria
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I imagine that The Telegraph and Sky News technology 'experts' are going nuts on how to put a positive spin on this.

Their worlds must be falling apart. #iShit
A hacker is understood to have stolen up to 3,000 photos, including snaps of the Duchess of Cambridge and her children.
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Any nudies ? :D
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A beautiful home with some fantastic views. Only £1.25m.......
In 1849 the Rev Octavius James, a larger-than-life character and amateur architect, built Kirkhaugh church in the South Tyne Valley. Thought to be good friends of “Mad” King Ludwig of Bavaria, the...
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I'll take 2!
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A quick way to play name that tune......
 
App update - Shazam This is rather good. You can now add Shazam to your quick setting in Android N and should you wish have it set to Auto Shazam so it identifies music around you.

Here's the changelog from Google Play:

Android Nougat user? You can now customize your phone by adding the Auto Shazam tile, so you never miss a song again! Just go to your notification quick settings to make the changes

Here's the link to Google Play - https://goo.gl/ms8Mmr - and below a few screenshots that show it in action. 
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I can name that tune from the lock screen... Google now has it built in
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George Orwell, A Nice Cup of Tea, 1946 | The 11 points from his 1946 essay seeing as Google's Doodle is all about tea.

- First of all, one should use Indian or Ceylonese tea.
- Secondly, tea should be made in small quantities - that is, in a teapot.
- Thirdly, the pot should be warmed beforehand.
- Fourthly, the tea should be strong.
- Fifthly, the tea should be put straight into the pot.
- Sixthly, one should take the teapot to the kettle and not the other way about.
- Seventhly, after making the tea, one should stir it.
= Eighthly, one should drink out of a good breakfast cup — that is, the cylindrical type of cup.
- Ninthly, one should pour the cream off the milk before using it for tea.
- Tenthly, one should pour tea into the cup first.
- Lastly, tea - unless one is drinking it in the Russian style -should be drunk without sugar.


UCL’s 4 step points
Use loose leaf tea
Use soft or filtered water
Use boiling water for black tea
Let it brew for up to eight minutes

The History of tea - https://www.tea.co.uk/history-of-tea

#tea
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I'm outraged, a grief whore and I'll jump on any bandwagon that rolls through town. 
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I used to walk for miles. I cycle a lot now but I would like to walk to work. It's 9 miles away so just too far......
It almost sounds too easy: the simple act of walking will make you healthier and add years to your life. Yet a wealth of new research is now saying just this. That the single most important thing...
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Allo is getting a lot of stick but Google Assistant is pretty impressive.
 
Don't follow thugball but just thought I'd ask the question. Really impressed with Google Assistant so far.
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Those of you getting your knickers in a twist over a baking show are seriously fucking ridiculous. 
Mary Berry could be reunited with Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins on a new BBC programme to rival The Great British Bake Off after the star judge confirmed that she would not follow the show to...
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We kill Elephants because we love them? Yeah OK. After 2 gun shots it took 4 hours for the hunters to track the elephant down and then another 5 shots needed to kill it.

Fucking people. 
Sky News follows a trophy hunter tracking elephants in Namibia, as the country argues to be allowed to resume ivory sales.
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I can't understand the mentality of a trophy Hunter. To look into the eyes of these majestic animals and snuff their light out. Poachers are fuelled by greed. When I say chop their hands off I mean to leave them with no medical attention and see how far they get, after all that's all they deserve. Or they could be hunted down in the same way as their quarry.
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Where's the custard?
 
Celebrate British Food Fortnight with this easy apple pie RECIPE: http://bit.ly/2cwSmeC
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In that little jug probably. Ice cream for me though please!
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Hello and thanks for visiting my page. You've probably come across me by sheer accident but if you want to stay with me I'd love to hear from you. 

About me

Live in Bournemouth with my amazing wife and wonderful son. 

What do I post about?

interested in everything from technology, current affairs, food and  pretty much everything in between. That means my posts will contain all the above and more. 

I also post about Android with a UK prospective when I get the chance. My Google+ page is called Android UK News etc. Take a look and hopefully you'll find something of interest. I use Google+ exclusively.  

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If you're not already signed up do so here - https://www.google.com/local/guides/ - It's free and you'll be up and running in no time. 

New to Google+?

If you're new to Google+ and aren't sure what the fuss is about fire any questions you may have over and between myself and others we can get your sorted. When you are up and running do say hello.

To get some tips about how to use Google+ visit this very helpful community or you could look up Rupert Wood. He's sort of like the Google+ oracle  

Sadly I had better say this

Posts on subjects may contain my views. That means they are mine and mine alone as an individual. They do not represent those of my employer or anyone associated with me. 
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