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Great band from the little town near me. Great bunch of lads, and wow, just wow! What a tune! Give it a minute of your time and enjoy!
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We'll get another week in August and that's your lot. 
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Just amazing. Finally an easy fully working version of Kodi. So simple. How it should be. 
Enjoy an out of the box video on demand streaming experience with the new TVMC app for Android, the Future of Television is here.
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I like the soundcloud, I take it making a playlist ain't possible
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Just got 4 notifications from Hangouts with messages I've got from the last 4 days. Fucking technology! 
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Me too, I refresh a few times to make sure its refreshed properly
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I just signed a new account with my 'other' email address and found my playlists and added them. Sweet.
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Yeah!  Hoped this would happen! ;)
Channel 4 confirms that Chris Evans will return to host the series later this year.
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Nice, it was on the cards, Chris put £3.5m into it I think, channel 4 said it was a no brainer to recommission.

The copy programme was great but I hope they think of new features for it.
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Who fancies a free play of this classic? Fill your boots 
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Hey! That's me on the picture. Royalties? Lol...
 
#Calibration. ReCAL offer questions & answers. Please take time to read our regular posts. We hope they are of benefit to you.

Q: Why is calibration of test equipment important?

More and more we hear horror stories of accidents and injuries sustained as a result of faulty wiring or equipment and with society today adopting some what of a blame and claim culture, the need for documentation to prove our own and our equipments performance is ever more important. 

Approved contractors have a duty to ensure that the test equipment that they use to test to BS EN 61557 (17th Edition) and Part P is both accurate and consistent.

Even though electronic equipment has become more reliable, components characteristics can change over time through age and use. These changes will quite often have an effect on the operational performance of the measuring circuits. After all the majority of our instruments are used in arduous environments and do not spend their lives wrapped in cotton wool. They are subjected to rough handling, accidental dropping  and in some case extremes of temperature.
Simply speaking, on going calibration on an annual basis ensures that the instrument maintains its accuracy, and provides confidence in the performance necessary for an accurate test. REMEMBER it’s your signature, which goes on the test and inspection sheet.

Many companies already value the benefits of having their instruments calibrated annually and have introduced this as part of their company policy.

ReCAL offer a free of charge reminder service, so your instruments never fall out of date.

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Good job you didn't turn round, they'd be billing you for a new camera. Lol
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Hehe. ... They have designed it though. You can view all the components. If it happens....I want one! 
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So, launched today? Will this fully replace Hangouts soon then? 
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Yeah I get that. Badly designed integration though IMO.
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Nice hotel, great rooms, gorgeous location, BUT the bar overlooking the seafront is like a giant conservatory, and you are not allowed to go outside and sit on the gorgeous balcony (which has seating by the way) in the sun. You must stay inside. So no sitting outside!?!. I asked if I was allowed somewhere to smoke, and they said I would have to leave my drink behind the bar, and go back through hotel and stand behind reception. Laughable. Shame, as it's a lovely location, but pointless as you can't sit out to enjoy it.
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Nice rooms, new builds located to the side of the inn. Plenty of space and very comfy. Water and biscuits provided with tea and coffee. Food nice in the inn, and they also serve real ale. Prices very good for the area. Will stay again.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Loved the hotel. Great friendly staff, nice gardens, nice rooms. Nice food. What more can you ask for? Well deffo stay again when in the area.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Receptionist was nice and pleasant. Expeeience wasn't brilliant after that unfortunately. The bathroom stank of bad drains whenever the tap was run. The decor was bad. Ripped wallpaper, and crumbling grouting. The TV remote didn't work. Room only had 2 teabags and 2 sugars. Went to have a shower and the water just trickled out. There want even enough pressure to force it through all the holes, so I ended up washing under the trickle of water through half a shower head. Even worse was the food. I ordered fish and chips. Undercooked soggy chips (microwave job at best) and soggy bland fish. The peas didn't even taste like peas, and had a slight metallic taste to them. Breakfast wasn't any better either. I've stayed in almost all the Holiday Inn Expresses in the UK, and know what to expect breakfast wise. The sausages were overdone and hard, the scrambled egg was solid, like rubber. And the beans had a thick skin on them like they'd been lying there for hours. I was served a pint by a girl who looked like she'd rather be anywhere else than there. I've given it 3 out of 5. It only gets 3 because I usually really like the chain, and for the reception. Also, I would have complained, but I had a similar complaint (smelly drains) at the the London Dartford one, and it got me nowhere except for an email weeks later (cut and paste job) from an employee apologising and saying they strive to keep standards high and customers happy. Doesn't look like that message is getting through to the people on the ground. Disappointed. Would not stay again.
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Second stay here. Lovely place set on a village green. The sun was shining and was able to sit out overlooking the green with a nice cold pint. Food is great, place is great. What more can I say? 5/5
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Second time I've stayed here. Perfect stay yet again. Amazingly good value for the area! Rooms nice and clean, and also very comfortable. The Inn downstairs is very good value for money. Lots of meals at £5.99, which are very nice (the ones I had were gorgeous!). Every single member of staff made me feel very welcome. Especially the 'psychic' waitress at breakfast, who totally bowled me over with her skills at guessing exactly what I wanted. Stayed before, and will deffo stay again when next in the area.
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Public - a month ago
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In arrival I thought I'd booked into a prison block. The exterior was grim and shabby and I feared the worst. All that changed the minute I walked through the door. The interior was completely the opposite, nice, bright and welcoming. I was checked in by the gorgeous Claire, and instantly made to feel welcome. Good was good and reasonably priced. Bonus was having a 40" HD TV in my room. Loses a star for the flakey WiFi which just seemed to randomly connect for about ten minutes every hour. Would stay again if in the area.
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