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Be warned, dodgy car dealer alert
 
Look familiar??
Back up for sale with the same misleading details and an extra £500 added to the asking price.
I paid £2880 for this car before they had to refund me.
Funny that the advisories are all done except for the tyres. With tyres being the easy issues to spot, you might expect them to be done and the 'hidden' issues would be left. Or maybe the MOT is misleading, and these issues weren't done but they know the average buyer won't be able to spot them... /sceptical
Oh, and there is currently no V5 for this car and service history is total bullshit.
Second hand black 05 bmw 3 series manual diesel coupe 2.0 320cd sport 2dr in Luton. Organise a test drive today or visit the showroom.
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Try proofreading your articles #gizmodo
Metallic foams are often used to provide high strength with low weight. But a new series of experiments reveals that they’re far better at providing protection from heat than their solid counterparts, too.
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Quite a remarkable Cathedral. The interior is breathtaking
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Do great food, shame about the spelling
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Odd that Ronald Wayne never featured in Walter Isaacson's biography
To mark Apple's 40th anniversary, the firm's co-founder Ronald Wayne recalls its beginnings and explains why he gave up 10% stake.
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Surely a mistake on #Googlemaps? Or if it a new sea wall?!

#Workington
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The complaints about the PayPal advert had me laughing the most... are these people for real?!

Oh, and in case you were wondering, no, #FatherChristmas does not exist
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#Google have to have the best phone support / customer service by miles!

Polite, to the point, helpful, offer to call back to save you waiting on hold for ages... other companies should take note
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A gem of a story...
A Spanish civil servant is fined after not going to work for at least six years, which was only noticed when he became eligible for a long service award.
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Very perceptive point!
 
The main reason journalists and other people choose Twitter over Google+ and others is because they are not forced to engage in a debate. Any time you create a post on Google+ people will challenge you. You have to know what you are talking about. You just cant say dumb shit without someone checking you. The difference is people get to see it. Some people love to debate their points and others dont. Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat are popular because the content gets old quick. No one is going back to your old post and liking it. Its creepy to even like someone pic or tweet from a day ago. Google+ and Facebook are a full time job. In this ADD society happy meals are the key to success. Twitter and Instagram's engagement level is super low unless you are popular or a female. You can tweet all day and dont get a single like, retweet or mention. Its not so on Google+ or facebook. People will reply because thats the way it was designed. The irony is that the people on twitter think that twitter is bigger than it is because they live in a bubble. At the end of the day the size of the site doesn't matter its the quality of conversation that matters. We are caught in the numbers race. The race to a billion people. A site with a 100 million people can generate more income than a site with a billion users. Whats the point of getting everyone on the same site.  It was better when people were spread out. I like seeing snapchat, instagram, Google+, facebook, tumblr, twitter and pinterest because it creates a home of everyone. Sites dont even like to post their content here because people will jump on it. It comes down to accountability. 
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I've been saying this for years. Twitter is a broadcast platform, not for discussion

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Colleague has entertained us for the last hour disputing a parking fine from supermarket carpark on the phone with a mediation service.

Full marks to Martin for persistence!
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I'm a project manager, mountain biker, hill walker, avid book collector and reader, coffee and cake connoisseur, certifed geek and open-source & android obsessive and all-round lover of the outdoors. I'm lucky to live and work in West Cumbria on the edge of the Lake District National Park. But most important of all, I'm a Christian, my faith in God is what defines me
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Attended wedding here, great atmosphere, yummy food, good service
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Pleasant gardens and well kept house. Sadly let down by overly officious guides who detract from the whole experience. Be warned, the ticket office will automatically assume you will wish to gift aid and charge you £8.50 rather than the standard £7.72 entrance fee...
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Not a huge amount of shops, many units are empty
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Great architecture
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