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ltc

Member since May 2011 • Last active Mar 2015

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    I've just finished Shift by Hugh Howey, the 2nd in the Wool trilogy. I hated the writing style, seeming like a book written for teenagers but I really enjoyed the storyline, although not as much as the 1st. It seems like the 3rd is set up nicely as well. I'm now about halfway through Crash by JG Ballard and it's fucking mental.

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    No idea where I'll be staying, just passing through with a band I'm driving! I'll definitely check out vegabond. I'm more of a beer guy so reccomendations for good bars would probably be more useful ha ha.

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    Got chased by two youths on the same crappy halfords full sus mountain bike (not the same model, two of them on one bike) yesterday after one of them pointed out that I looked a bit like Austin Powers and I pointed out that he looked a bit like a dickhead. Turned up to work giggling 8/10

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    Not ideal.

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    Thanks a lot! I'll only be there for a day, is there anything on that list that you'd reccomend most?

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    Apparently so.

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    Can anyone recommend places to eat in Paris, Utrecht, Duisberg, Antwerp or Amsterdam? Restaurants and supermarket things! Ideally not mega expensive.

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    Slats are actually an excellent idea! Cheers guys.

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    There isn't a van DIY thread so thought I'd post here. I've just bought a van for touring with my band and to make some $$$ driving other people's bands. At the moment there is one small bunk but it'd be handy to be able to sleep at least a couple more people in relative comfort if need be. I was thinking just a sheet of some sort of wood stuff (I think that's the technical term) to lie between the two rows of back seats, which face each other, spanning the foot well, to create a flat space about the width of a (very short) double bed. My question is, what materials should I be looking at? Must be able to support a human's body weight and be light enough for one person to lift and ideally be super cheap. Also, reccomendations for some sort of cheap foam to use a makeshift mattress would be appreciated!

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    That DOE thing looks pretty good, although heading to a habedashers and getting something super snazzy made up also sounds appealing! Thanks for the suggestions.

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