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+Anna Aleryd Do you know if the Z3 (full-size) suffers the same as the Compact when the DRM keys are wiped? Specifically with the camera? Can anyone at Sony provide a list of what is affected?
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Woop.  Got an anniversary shout from my ace girlfriend in this episode!  Thanks guys
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One of my all time favourites.  The beat is sick, there's some great burns in this one and Key and Peele nail it.
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All the people have great taste!  (Except the L'il Wayne guy)
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The original (non-Fatboy Slim-remix) version is actually really chilled.  Can't believe I only just discovered it.  Awesome
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I just installed this on my CM11 Nexus 5 and now I've lost all signal!  I used all stock settings.  Any ideas?
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+Tim Lake I'm on this kernel and CM without any issues , and your the only one that has ever said anything like this out of 1000's of users ,cm or aosp . the kernel didn't cause this there's something else going on . are u installing the correct version ? Should be 102 if your using current builds of cm . 
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your cool you're dog is dumb and their so stupid. (XD) 
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Nice natural lull after the last joke and part of the story, laughter dies down, perfect place to stop the video.  "Nah, I'll wait until he's JUST started speaking again"
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This is, honestly, one of the nicest places I've ever stayed. My girlfriend and I were down for Japfest car show at Castle Combe and, as it's an early start, decided to stay the nights before and after. The hotel is a beautiful old building situated at the top of Chipping Sodbury 'high street'. The owner was welcoming and friendly, chatting to us about our visit, advising about the town, and showing us around the hotel and the room. The room: Surprisingly for an old building, the room was pretty big and full of character, it really felt cosy. It was well equipped with a good freeview TV, dresser, wardrobe (with proper hangers!), plenty of tea and coffee, mains sockets by the bed (something on which many of the chain hotels really drop the ball), and lovely decor. The art choices, not just in the room but throughout the hotel, show real taste rather than the generic flower splodges a lot of places seem to throw up! Parking: The hotel has no parking of its own but there is a lot of street parking which is free (see my photo). If you arrive later on a Friday or Saturday evening, you may struggle to get in here but there is a free public car park 5 minutes walk away anyway. Internet: In the (very thorough) welcome pack in the room was a wifi code and the internet speeds were great. In this day and age it astounds me how poor/expensive hotel WiFi can be, so this was a refreshing change. Bed: The bed was, unfortunately, a little soft and me being much bigger than my girlfriend tended to mean she was rolled into me by gravity! I didn't get the best nights sleep because of this but it wasn't terrible either. Bathroom: Again, great. The shower was powerful and hot and the whole bathroom was very clean and modern. Breakfast: This was the jewel in the crown. Everything cooked fresh to order, all sourced from local butchers and grocers, and included in the price. Delicious. We will definitely look to book here again next year, it's a wonderful hotel run by people who clearly take pride in the place. Best of all, when booking, I put a cheeky note in the comments to ask if there was any chance of a hob nob. On arrival we found that, with the tea and coffee in the room, was a big box of hob nobs! Awesome!
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Lovely restaurant. Great decoration and atmosphere, food was excellent, and the service was first rate. They didn't have a couple of things but still plenty of choice. Will definitely be back on my next trip to Chipping.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Arrgh, put my review on the wrong franchise and can't delete it! Umm, this place is probably fine
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
We did the zookeeper for the day experience here and it was one of the best days I've ever spent! The keepers are friendly and very knowledgeable and happy tor chat away about the animals, the job and the zoo itself. I was surprised how young all the keepers were and yet they were incredibly professional and obviously cared a great deal about the animals. The animals themselves are obviously very happy and well cared for and the experience was just ace. We hand fed lemurs, giraffe, sea lions, penguins and tigers, watered the chimps, flew an owl and a kestrel, played with the tapirs, saw a lot of the 'behind the scenes' work and generally just had a great day. The zoo has a few run down areas due to listed buildings etc but most of it is beautiful especially with the castle on the grounds; that's quite special. Where it matters, the animal welfare, they are doing the most incredible job here. I highly recommend this zookeeper for the day experience or just a trip to the zoo in general. It is on the hillside so can be quite tiring and might not be for you if you have mobility issues but that's about all I can say that's negative.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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It's pretty cheap but you get what you pay for. I've stayed here four years running as we do an annual car club meet in December at Ace Cafe then go out in the evening. It is clean but pretty basic and very outdated. The rooms have obviously not been renovated in a long time, the TV is an old CRT thing, the heater is huge, clunky and noisy, and the windows are single glazed. This is a problem as the hotel is right under the Heathrow flight path and the planes are frequent and loud only stopping between midnight and 4am. Since we've stayed a few times we take ear plugs, I strongly suggest you do the same! Most of these are minor things and since we weren't in the room very much, were tolerable. The thing I do have a problem with is charging £5 a day for car parking! There is plenty of it and the hotel is not located somewhere where people might park to go elsewhere. That said, the parking is right outside your room so is very handy and you can can claim it back if you spend more than £10 (per day) in the bar. Overall it is a reasonable hotel for the money but certainly more of a bed and breakfast than somewhere you'd want to spend much time.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
I can only comment as a night-time venue as I've been here twice and both times were nights out. In that regard, it is horrific! The venue isn't really the problem, it's the people that go there.Being about the only place open after 11:30pm means it is absolutely bursting with obnoxious drunks looking for anywhere that will still serve them alcohol. The main room, where the bar is located and through which you must venture to get anywhere else is a gauntlet of spilled drinks, angry drunk men and stumbling women but worse is just how full the place is. It is shoulder to shoulder and the atmosphere is sweaty and bad-tempered. The music is that special kind of loud where it's trying to compete with all the shouting which in turn is trying to compete with IT. Having the bar literally next to the DJ makes ordering drink a complete farce, I really felt for the staff.The toilets are at the far end of the main room, getting to them is a herculean task and when you manage it, it isn't pretty.If you find yourself in Ely at midnight and in need of somewhere to drink, I'd strongly advise you avoid this place. Go home and re-evaluate your priorities instead.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Not sure what happened for some of these reviews but our experience was excellent. The staff are warm and friendly and very helpful, the room was a little warm but it was a muggy evening and they had provided a large fan so that was ok. The hotel facilities are excellent, we spent some time in the pool which is a nice 25m job and was clean and well maintained. The changing area was large and with good showers in individual cubicles. We ate in the Verve dining room for dinner and the food was good value as they had a deal on (3 courses for two people, £29) and it was tasty and well cooked. We also had the included breakfast, the cooked part of which was being freshly turned around regularly and which also included pastries and fruit. All in all this was a relaxing and enjoyable stay and we'll definitely be back.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago