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22/10/2010 17:56
SteveT
I expect they got into this country on student visas or some such nonsense. Bar studs.
Forum: The Lounge
22/10/2010 17:43
SteveT
Bunch of p!ssheads you can tell it's Friday.
Forum: The Lounge
22/10/2010 14:12
SteveT
75% of our labour market work in 'Services' to which China offers no competition. wrote Huguenot. How do we create future wealth without exports, Huggers?
Forum: The Lounge
22/10/2010 14:05
SteveT
If none of that works, get a baseball bat! wrote Keef Half a dozen guys from the carpark of B&Q explain that they have work but you will have to break the door down to get in to do it, take half
Forum: The Lounge
22/10/2010 13:27
SteveT
This is crazy talk, you're trying to blame the Chinese for the financial crisis??? Wrote Huguenot No that is not the case and I have written no such thing, what I am getting at is they have put t
Forum: The Lounge
22/10/2010 08:29
SteveT
It sounds like there may have been more than one little turd as six bikes went they must have had transport to load them into. Thieving swine.
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
21/10/2010 22:53
SteveT
Whilst there are sophisticated, educated elements in China, they're numbered at around 60m out of a population of 1.3bn. Identifying an exception to this will not disprove this argument - the uneducat
Forum: The Lounge
21/10/2010 13:31
SteveT
the financial services sector will have to play a huge part in the recovery we are all hoping is on the way. wrote DaveR. It is rather like saying "the water in the bottom of the boat which is mad
Forum: The Lounge
20/10/2010 23:08
SteveT
Neither Mick Mac he writes for his Daily Bread!
Forum: The Lounge
20/10/2010 17:18
SteveT
There are loads around secondhand James just don't be in a hurry to purchase. Camera clubs are a good source as they are buffs and always wanting the latest thing they tend to sell on stuff.
Forum: The Lounge
20/10/2010 17:12
SteveT
Is it going far enough? writes Jah Lush Not nearly enough. If I ruled, Brown and his financial crew along with some of the key players would be in the stocks, not the market or the exchang
Forum: The Lounge
20/10/2010 16:57
SteveT
Is that a joint in the old puffs gob?
Forum: The Lounge
20/10/2010 16:55
SteveT
The best one you can afford is my advice, and try a few out at the shop and see what they do. The disadvantage of course is the size, weight, and bulk when you carry them.
Forum: The Lounge
20/10/2010 16:51
SteveT
There are better ways to spend 400 quid. Stop up any leaks around doors. Insulating the walls with polystyrene on the walls and ceiling. Add another layer of insulation in front of any glass
Forum: The Lounge
20/10/2010 16:36
SteveT
Daizie that is most original full marks. Waynetta you dopey trollop, it is easier and quicker to hold a nail and tap it with a hammer, thus causing an indent in the glass like surface then the dr
Forum: The Lounge
20/10/2010 16:24
SteveT
For the vast majority of them (except rush hours) they are all but empty too.
Forum: The Lounge
20/10/2010 16:20
SteveT
just before the finiancial crisi hit, Britain was well positioned. wrote SeanMacGabhann I don't think so Sean it was already up the creek paddle free but had not been announced, but anyone with
Forum: The Lounge
20/10/2010 15:54
SteveT
It is a pity to see the Harrier "dumped" it did really well against the opposition in the Falklands conflict, because when you throw the thrusters into reverse the opposition can do nothing to your pl
Forum: The Drawing Room
19/10/2010 18:54
SteveT
"Minicab for Cesar Milan"
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
19/10/2010 10:06
SteveT
Quite right Dulwich fox you can't have too much choice, when it is finally all estate agents they will all go out of business, because there'll be no reason to shop there, an irony I suspect.
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
18/10/2010 21:53
SteveT
What we need is a few estate agents to fill the gaps. Just for a change a bit of interest and extra choice.
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
17/10/2010 19:13
SteveT
Puzzled wrote:- he represents the worst kind of anti-doggist on this board I am not anti-doggist at all, I have no problem with family pets or their owners. I am against the owners who feel it
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
17/10/2010 16:48
SteveT
Usually in an air crash they are sweeping up tiny bits and pieces from a three mile radius, and in the case of the Lockerby crash it left a crater deep enough to drop a four storey block of flats.
Forum: The Lounge
17/10/2010 16:31
SteveT
When I lived in Highgate my next door neighbour had one fitted by experts. The following day his son didn't get up at his usual time being a teenager and Saturday he didn't check up on him until a
Forum: The Lounge
17/10/2010 12:21
SteveT
The sooner the parks have a fenced off dogs only area the happier we none dog owners will be. I never feel safe on any park without a substantial walking stick in my hand. Why are the majority o
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
17/10/2010 00:41
SteveT
Buying the lorry load of logs twice a year is a pain. Feeding the fire is another. Cleaning it out is no fun. You also need the chimney lined too which is expensive. There is a continuous
Forum: The Lounge
16/10/2010 19:12
SteveT
Mix it with Johnson's baby oil for rubbing directly on to skin. I dropped the slightest amount accidently on the remote, and it melted the case really quickly.
Forum: The Family Room discussion
16/10/2010 15:59
SteveT
When I lived in Herne Hill there was a chap covered with a blanket who sat next to the cash machine, and according to the police who knicked him for other charges, he had his own flat and car but cho
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
15/10/2010 23:16
SteveT
I wonder what's given you the munchies not a certain illegal substance.;-)
Forum: The Lounge
15/10/2010 23:13
SteveT
I would go as far as Ray Mears, he appears on his show to live on dandelions and nettle soup, he has a substantial girth, which suggests he ain't starving beneath his fly sheet.
Forum: The Lounge
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