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Re: Trivia

Posted: Fri Apr 10, 2020 11:18 pm
by Captain Sisko
Mine needs doing in August

Glad I had a lot of major work done on it before all this kicked off!!

Re: Trivia

Posted: Fri Apr 24, 2020 9:26 pm
by Helios
Only three years late but I completed Nier Automata and gave up my save data to save someone else.
Hope it helps someone, somewhere. :D

Now to play the whole thing again and 100% it.

Re: Trivia

Posted: Fri Apr 24, 2020 9:38 pm
by RB
I have no idea what that is but this whole virus shit has given me a new perspective on my fellow humans so I love you for whatever it is you did.

Re: Trivia

Posted: Sat Apr 25, 2020 1:18 pm
by Helios
PS4 game. On other systems too.

Love you too Arbee.

Re: Trivia

Posted: Wed Jul 29, 2020 11:35 am
by doogle
Has anybody out there had a chance to spy that comet that's currently in the sky?

I've been out looking but not been able to see it yet.
Last night I did see the ISS fly over, and then spotted the moons of Jupiter and a slightly elongated pinpoint of light that, had I used a more powerful set of binoculars, would have been Saturn and it's rings.

Just a pity the northern skies had thick cloud cover.


Oh yeah, my eldest niece is pregnant with her third child, due in September. She turned 21 last December.

Re: Trivia

Posted: Wed Jul 29, 2020 3:03 pm
by siteguru
Not seen it myself, but I've seen photos on Facebook from local photographers.

Re: Trivia

Posted: Wed Aug 05, 2020 10:47 am
by Helios
Good to know you're still alive after that, Joe.
Are you going to take the money?

I wanted to see the comet too.
I've only ever seen one as a kid.
But now that I'm old I find it hard to stay awake once the Sun goes down.

Re: Trivia

Posted: Mon Aug 10, 2020 4:27 pm
by Joe
Helios wrote:Good to know you're still alive after that, Joe.
Are you going to take the money?


Assuming you mean the accident I mentioned in the other thread, I'll settle with her directly if she pays for a replacement (ie. new) bike and helmet, but she's already said she can't afford that.

Instead she wants me to go get several quotes from bike shops for repairs, obviously assuming I have time on my hands to do that (I don't), the money to spend on multiple assessment fees (haha nope) or that the cost of stripping, shipping, CT scanning, alignment checking, repairing, repainting, rebuilding and re-shipping a carbon road bike would be cheaper than just replacing it (unlikely).

I replied that she should contact her insurance company, tell them what happened and have them get in touch with me to arrange their own assessment. Which she won't, because it's her sister's car and I am 98% confident she's not insured to drive it. Anyway, I'm giving her until tomorrow morning to figure it out otherwise I'll take her to court.

Re: Trivia

Posted: Mon Aug 10, 2020 9:11 pm
by RB
Take it from me, you cannot repair Carbon frames. I broke one of mine by being a moron and it was one I loved to bits so I spent ages trying to find someone who could repair it and was told flat out by the guy who did an NDT inspection that anyone who said they can fix Carbon without having the exact manufacturer spec of weave and resin (which Pinarello won't give out) is a lying bastard who'll get you killed when it fails.