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Martin Brentnall
Worked at Yokogawa Europe B.V.
Attended Mortimer Wilson School
Lives in Apeldoorn, Netherlands
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There's a higher one that goes about twice as far as the one shown in this video; I went on it about a week ago.  It also doesn't twist around like this one seems to.
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I have an HTPC that does everything else, so my new console is just for games.  PS4 wins hands down.
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Awesome.  I really wasn't expecting this to work, but it did!  The only difference is I had to go to PSN and select "Sign in", then enter my password, but it worked just fine after that!
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This was the step we needed to take after following the YouTube help above and we finally got on . We are happy again. Thanks Guys Best wishes to all for 2015
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Why is the music missing in the games and the Manta Ray demo!?
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That music sounds like it's from Logical on Amiga 500. :)
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    1998
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I'm a huge fan of Indian food, so I had to try High Five. I've been there twice so far; the curry has a great flavour and is very tasty. The price is very reasonable for Indian style food. The only major complaint I have is that the Vindaloo and Phaal (described as "Zeer pittig") is nowhere near hot and spicy enough as I would expect for these dishes. When I eat a Phaal, I expect a challenge, but this Phaal was no hotter than a typical Balti of most Indian resturaunts. That said, the food is still good. The naan garlic naan bread is especially impressive in terms of both size and taste. I would still also like to try the Sri Lankan and Thai meals, which I am not so familiar with.
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