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    Oh, nearly time for more Bah Humbug! &...

    Oh, nearly time for more Bah Humbug! & predictions.... hmmm, sorry about that one.

    OK, this time round they'll jab you in the arm whilst patting you on the back.... and a few weeks later you'll be...
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    Grouse roasted with nettles or cabbage &...

    Grouse roasted with nettles or cabbage & blackberries from the neighbours overgrown garden.
    Pheasant much the same.
    I feed roadkill badgers raw to the neighbour's dogs to keep them quiet.

    Don't...
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    What's wrong with roadkill pheasant & grouse? ...

    What's wrong with roadkill pheasant & grouse?

    Plenty of roadkill badgers about too at the moment.

    Cheaper than these supermarkets, and, fresher.
  4. Just drive into London (as there are no buses...

    Just drive into London (as there are no buses back of an evening), park the car & try to get a bus which has a driver who won't lower the ramp, or a wheelchair space guarded by some late teen mum...
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    Remarkable difference.

    Remarkable difference.
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    I think the shaking hands thing is them wanting...

    I think the shaking hands thing is them wanting to pass on some deadly disease to you... bah humbug!

    I wholeheartedly support your confusing people with coal though, it's always fun, just remember...
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    Years ago we booked a holiday in Egypt to get...

    Years ago we booked a holiday in Egypt to get away from it, alas the hotel had an xmas tree & played damn xmas carols

    Fortunately there were places to escape from it, such as the beach
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    Bump above the spam so we don't lose the thread ...

    Bump above the spam so we don't lose the thread

    Hope everyone is coping well with this xmas thing & no spending all their time reading the spam
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    I hate all this christian crap that gets put upon...

    I hate all this christian crap that gets put upon me, I have no idea what it's all about other than blatant conspicuous over-consumption & mass pollution.

    Neighbours empty rubbish through my...
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    Perhaps the forum needs to be run on different...

    Perhaps the forum needs to be run on different software if it can't cope with the proper date format.
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    Tongue in cheek reply for the season: Get one...

    Tongue in cheek reply for the season:

    Get one with a snowplough on the front... useful for clearing the displays that clutter the ends of isles in supermarkets at this time of year :rolleyes:
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    Shocked that your supplier didn't use Loctite...

    Shocked that your supplier didn't use Loctite Threadlocker Blue 242 on those bolts rather than just tighten them & make some excuse.
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    Yes, lithium ion batteries tend to have a BMS, so...

    Yes, lithium ion batteries tend to have a BMS, so you need to use the charger provided & hope the BMS does its job.

    My PW-1000XL is lithium polymer, just as tetchy. Making up a replacement LiFePO4...
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    Well, worth a try, I find John's explanations...

    Well, worth a try, I find John's explanations very "male", which I suppose can make him come across as overly technical to many.

    I'm female, but very technical, so everyone runs away from me...
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    What John over on that site is trying to tell you...

    What John over on that site is trying to tell you is that it isn't about the maximum amps that the charger can put out, but the voltage.

    I have a Sterling 30A 24V charger with numerous complicated...
  16. Ideally you'd have more than one wheelchair in...

    Ideally you'd have more than one wheelchair in case one breaks down & it takes the NHS months to repair it.

    e-bay is a good source of second hand powerchairs but you'll need to do a lot of...
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    I'm afraid that being ex-directory & TPS...

    I'm afraid that being ex-directory & TPS registered, I delight in being incredibly offensive towards cold calling sales callers, questioning their intellect usually works really well as they lose...
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    Have a look through this to see if you are...

    Have a look through this to see if you are getting a fault code:
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    The main mid wheel drive problem used to be...

    The main mid wheel drive problem used to be getting caught with front & rear wheels on the ground with the mid driving wheels suspended above a surface unable to gain traction, usually when you found...
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    Choosing a power chair is a minefield. First...

    Choosing a power chair is a minefield. First decide on exactly you want to do in the power chair, will you be using it inside your home, outdoors, etc. Then look at the type of drive, rear wheel...
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