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Where the hell do Argos keep managing to find brand new Nexus 7 tablets? Absolute bargain (still) at this money.
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You need to find a Nexus 5x for sophie
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Looking at buying a defiant tank for my minivolt. Can anyone recommend a good UK website that's trustworthy and has stock along with spare coils?
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Take a look at the melo 2 it's a nice all rounder and can use atlantis coils and the new triton ones.
They also use tc coils a good all round premade coil tank
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This local guy can really play. Saw him live the other week too, you must have a listen to his unique style
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Wow, this Pi Zero is tiny. Even better free with a magazine!
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Wife is getting me one/two/three for Christmas :)
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Can the Nexus 5 get any faster via wifi? Is that the fastest it could possibly do?

Check out my Ookla Speedtest result. What's your speed? http://www.speedtest.net/my-result/a/1495167342
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That depends on the size of the rail gun you put it in.
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Ok, just spotted something in this story. £120 million profit for UK, £118 million dividend paid to parent company? Another tax fiddle aka Amazon etc?

+The Telegraph​ have you just raised another story here?

The Telegraph: Volkswagen's UK execs drove cars worth £1.9m last year. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwp4uH1yY
Scandal-struck car maker has generous motoring perks for its top staff
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and here we go.....
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+Tim Morley 3 years! My Nexus 6 might make it to a year!
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Aka "Bradford Jesus Man"
 
The "Bradford Monk".

When I first arrived at college in Bradford in 1985 I used to see this chap walking around the city in his sandals and monk's habit. Whatever the weather, you'd spot him in all kinds of places, and he'd always offer a smile and a wave.

He was, even in those days a local legend and he continued to be an enigmatic local character and in many ways an inspiration to many until his passing in August last year at the age of 88.

His real name was Geoffrey Brindley and there's a very nice site dedicated to him that's hosted and authored by +MaFt Morley at http://bradfordjesusman.co.uk/home

He's pictured here at the Drummond Road Picket where a demonstration and picket line were established in protest at controversial comments on race and integration that had been made by  local school Headmaster Ray Honeyford. 


#ShotonFilm  with an Olympus OM1 with Ilford FP4. I probably developed this myself in the college darkrooms.
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Selling an unused factory refurbished Nexus 5 32GB and a Brand New (Only opened for testing) Wileyfox Storm. Anyone interested?
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+Sush Rose Goodridge now sold, sorry.
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I've been trying to find out if there is any audio available on the Pi Zero other than HDMI. I don't mind soldering to pads to get it. Can anyone advise please? Looking at using mine to build a robot based on the one in the latest MagPi.
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Not sure what chipset that one uses but it seems it's supported by the kernel used in most Raspberry Pi OSes/Distros, eg. OpenElec support mentioned in comments, the Zero uses the same kernel so it should work.
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Anyone have views on "The UK 1+1"? The WileyFox Storm?
Looks a rather good spec.
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Hmmm, quite an app. Don't fancy uploading my data to my own insurance company for fun!
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So I guess wheel spins, dounguts and street racing is best when the phone is left at home then 😉
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Visited over May Bank Holiday weekend. Going on previous reviews I was unsure how good it would be, well it ended up a great day out there. Management have obviously listened to customers feedback. The main change is how the electronic token card system now works. Previous reviews said you needed one card per person and a minimum top up of £10 was needed; this is (thankfully) no longer true. You can have just one card (£1 to purchase) and then top up any amount you like. Good selection of rides for all ages, my kids (between 10 and 19) were all entertained. The place appeared well maintained and cleaned, pretty sure I didn't spot any litter anywhere. They have now added a new, as yet unsigned, entrance on the promenade next to the petrol go carts too. Great day out, will return.
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Good selection of trainers, pricing OK as long as you ignore the inflated pre "sale" prices. Just don't expect to be able to measure your kids feet before purchasing shoes; they do not have an devices for measuring foot size!
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Really surprised to see so many poor reviews here. Come on to specifically put a review. I had an issue with a washing machine purchased recently (last one so no more store stock). The duty manager (known to me as Lynne) was a breath of fresh air. Although there were delays in sorting out she was great. To be fair I'm pretty sure she was rushed off her feet! She was always polite and cheerful, unfortunately the experience ended up with me getting a refund so I could purchase from another store that had stock, and even then she tried to contact the store for me. Maybe their are some poorer staff there, but I honestly did not come across one. I will be back for my next purchase.
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Best and friendliest coffee in Whitby.
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Attended a function here. Beautifully designed and laid out. Good selection of drinks at the bar. PA and lighting well thought out. Nice atmosphere for a corporate presentation and meet up.
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Come on let's be fair here, what can you say about a motorway type services. Good selection of things in the store. Also has an ancient neglected toilet in a building at the back for the truck drivers. Looks like its for Emergency use only as I would not use it though choice!
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