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Image dump of the other pictures from Kew gardens.
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Will vist again in late summer and Kew one of those places that keeps on giving and worth a visit even if you live here, not just for tourists.
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Friend had a cousin killed today in Australia and all I've seen are idiots commenting on this news saying "very nice" and apparently it is unfair of me to see they are islamic and call them for what they are.

Well tough cookie, sick of religion being pandered towards over non-religious people and frankly I'd ban all religion.

I would certainly ban children being exposed to it as that is akin to giving children crack and heroin hard drugs and with that said what I wanted to say, comments locked as the internet disgusts me today.
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When a photo gives you that good feeling factor you just have to share it. But before you do, grab a coffee, sit back and soak it up.
 
Espresso cup's size matters.
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Excellent initiative and once again Nicola raises the bar in the art world.
 
If anyone's been wondering where I've been recently - its planning this :)

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The Cass, London Metropolitan University invites you to the Private View of Backdoored.io, a new exhibition by Nye Thompson, curated by Kosha Hussain, showing a collection of images captured from unprotected domestic surveillance cameras around the world, on public display for the first time.
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Pizza delivery boy ready here...
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Going to be a burning hot day. Also perfect for flying ants, they won't miss this.
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I'm just back from 2 weeks in the US and cooling down niceley. I forgot we don't do domestic air con here in the UK.
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Guess what just dropped from above making a small thud as it landed upon my pillow, with me getting out of bed and putting the light on for my suspicions too be confirmed. Time to put it out.

Well what an affectionate little blighter, kept trying to one towards me as I moved to relocate it. Oh well, just as well awake as bite on the neck from that would not be nice at all.

#thingsthatgobumpinthenight
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+Eric GUERIN aye World trade has side effects
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Wileyfox expose coming soon and why you should probably avoid them like rabies.

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Sometimes you just have to get out and away from it all.
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Here we have the local horse, tree appreciation society at work.
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Darwin's attempt to clear a minefield have been thwarted by the local charity. But hope still holds out.
Players of the hugely popular mobile game Pokemon Go in Bosnia are warned to avoid areas where landmines lie unexploded from the war in the 1990s.
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Thinking of downsizing property, well this is too far.
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Why does it go too far? After all, there could be a huge cellar below. Or, though unlikely, it could go on for 20 metres behind where we cannot see. ;)

Finally, you could paint it blue.

But then, options are infinit. :D
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Whilst most of you won't get excited over a geeky article it does cover an area of mobile phone usage that many might not be aware of. That is avoiding security via obscurity and giving you true choice and not having to be tied to Google and offers a choice. One you do not have to make, but always nice to have a choice.


#android   #opensource  
About. The linux-based open-source mobile operating system Android is not only the most popular mobile operating system in the world, it's also on the way to become a proprietary operating system. How is that? While the core operating system is still released as part of the Android Open Source ...
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+Paul Gray I just saw the link vian HN, haven't followed it yet.
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Easy going chap; Sometimes too easy and with that time for some rules:

1) Rules are like walls, don't run until you know were your going
2) I'm not religious, stick with everything else if you can not handle the truth like an adult
3) I treat others how I find them, with a short fuse that grows as get to know you
4) People are individuals, everything else will be geographic or humour
5) I tire easily of politics, like five farts in a row, I might light a match
6) This is a work in progress, things change as life goes on - see rule 99

13) People have bad days, I'm no exception and those I know I expect the same

53) The louder the voice, the more noise going on you need to filter out first.

66) Zero tolerance for Antisemitism
67) Do not appreciate jokes about the Queen or any other member of the band

74) Tolerance and leeway are like respect, earned slowly, burns less slowly

88) I do spelling and grammar art, enjoy.

99)  There will be exceptions to these rules above and not all rules are listed.

If you find I have blocked you then your welcome to ask me on another account to reconsider and with that I will be fair - we all have bad days but I'm too old to be wasting time on the above listed types, though exceptions too all rules will exist - I just can't think of any currently.





Also note I have a dry quirky sense of humour and if your in doubt then I'm probably joking (which may include everything you have read so far, or not), though do comprehend, my tolerance of fools is purely for my own selfish humour bemusement and more than enough crumbs to go around.

Those who know me or got too know me, will appreciative this text for what it is, others will be blocked and hunted down.



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Its a supermarket that could be more super.
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reviewed a month ago
Nice reliable eatery with nice portions of food and service.
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reviewed a month ago
Nice old classical pub
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reviewed 2 months ago
Wonderful Park space with lots to explore for free.
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reviewed 3 months ago
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Nice and pleasant
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Great fish and chip's.
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reviewed 2 months ago
Good prices, checkout queue's can be a pain but to watch out for drivers as they have no concept of pedestrians and have no camera's to records when you get run over and with that, lack of pedestrian awareness and zebra crossing upon the junction in which this store pillaged the pavement means 4 stars at best. Also management apathetic in handerling issues and fail in customer service. Now one star as keep getting overcharged (8 out of last 10 visits) , no sign of fixing the issues when pointed out either, reporting to trading standards as their customer helpline just keeps failing in quality and service :-( Such a shame
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