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David Farrell (Masonicmoron)
Attended University of North London
Lives in Kent, UK
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Airfix kits from Dr Who
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Richard look at the dates



First issued 2008
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Only in America


 
Should flamethrowers be sold in the US? http://bbc.in/1NcezLn
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Personally I'm a huge advocate of Flamethrower Hunting because of its obvious cooking advantages.
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Just the one at the front.

Think of it as a scout car.
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Must be a fetish site.


Or am I reading too much into this.
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Indeed, with that picture, I see your concerns....that's no tail :0.
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Wild boar.


Before.





See +Joe Philley​​ stream for the after shots
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Looks pretty docile to me...
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Handy tip for Chromebook users
 
Love #Chromebook keyboard shortcuts, but can't keep track of them all? Hit "ctrl + alt + ?" for the ultimate cheat sheet. #chrometip
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If you could spare a little it would mean a lot
 
Agents, could I please ask you all to take a moment to help out a fellow player?  Agent @Krysmas of North Carolina just lost everything she owned when her house burned down yesterday, Sept. 2nd.  Her and her family made it out in good health, but sadly all of their personal possessions were destroyed in the fire.

If you could please donate to our fund raiser to help her and her daughter get back on their feet again.  Any amount will help, and if you can't afford to donate please share and spread the word so we can put a smile back on this agent's face.  Thank you everyone!
Agent @Krysmas is a friendly and humble agent from North Carolina.   On September 2nd her house burned down.  She was able to get her daughter and her dog out of the house unscathed, however everything else she owned was destroyed in the fire. Please help this agent get backon her feet by making...
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No cutting corners here.

Yes a 500lb bomb as a corner post.








All be it a concrete practice bomb.
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In the UK we like our beer about 10°C or warmer to enjoy the favour.

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Room temperature
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About 10°C - 15°C
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Cold
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Ice cold
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Most IPA's and IIPA's are recommended to be drunk at around 45*F (7.2*C) I find that I like my pales and ambers around that temp too. Lagers and others with less hop character, I like a bit colder. And European styles like Scottish Ales, Irish Reds and English Bitters closer to the 50*F mark. Just a matter of personal taste.
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2 and 2 is 4
4 and 4 is 8
8 and 8 is 16
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I like Adders
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Sorry it in a wild life park, in an enclosure.

They come out for about an hour a day.
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Have a collection of tee shirts, showing I have done, now they are getting little tight :-) 

Still plenty more to do, learn and share. 

Heavy user of Google Earth and Maps, Top Contributor in Google Maps.

Chromebook Guru, was a Top Contributor to Chromebook Central.

Google Drive user and Top Contributor. 

Also have some knowledge of mobile devices, mainly with Android a Top Contributor in the Nexus Help forum.

Education
  • University of North London
    1984 - 1989
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Excellent service and honestly priced will be back i i need tyres
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Great Cake and coffee. What more could you ask for even a Gluten Free offering
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Good service and a great cut
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
This restaurant never fails to disappoint. This is the last time I will be disappointed here. Dry overcooked chips listed on the menu as "ultimate" did not realise failure was the next word. The menu had more missing as "sorry we have run out" was for most of the words said to us by the serving staff. When we asked at the front desk when we came in is everything on the menu? "Yes" was the reply. On the plus side the steak was good when it came after an hour and a half wait. Though the kid's meals looked like they has spent all that time in the microwave. To be told this is how they come.
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reviewed 8 months ago
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A mixed review from me, the food was good though let down with oven chips. The wood fired oven made good pizza and excellent garlic bread. service was very good and attentive
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
The best fish and chip's in the area.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Very professional service
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago