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  • Looking to book flights to California for next summer for me and Mrs. Spenceey, whens the best time to travel and how much should I be looking to pay? Looking ahead to Jul/Aug 2014 they are coming up around 2,000 return which seems a little steep to me!

  • 2000 sterling?

  • I just changed my cleats (awesome Friday night, I know...) and am reusing my old screws as the holes on my shoes seem quite recessed. I can send you all six shiny unused screws if you like.

    That's a really kind offer but upsidedown's already hooked me up! Thanks though.

  • 2000 sterling?

    Yes sorry 2000 pounds.

  • Does anyone have a 10 speed campag veloce rear mech i can borrow for two weeks? i have a ride one 1st and my mech wasnt delivered with my groupset

  • i need a medium cage.

  • or i can buy a short cage and cancle the medium but i have compact gearing and this may not work

  • Where could I buy some wooden clothes pegs tomorrow? Everywhere I've looked only has plastic crap.

    I'm in camberwell atm but willing to ride

  • think i saw them in kingscross stn

  • When my team were still replying on 5 year old servers running SQL Server 2000, SQL Server Profiler was a good tool for analysing live activities. We moved to a 2008R2 shared cluster about the same time as we got the ANTS performance suite, so I don't know how you analyse the queries that are hapening in versions since 2005 (When SSMS was introduced).

    ANTS is great btw.

    We're using 2008.

  • Where could I buy some wooden clothes pegs tomorrow? Everywhere I've looked only has plastic crap.

    That's because plastic ones are better

  • All the plastic ones I have used in the UK are brittle pieces of shit, snap after one use.

    In other countries they seem to have much more sturdy bigger plastic ones. I would just play it safe and go wooden over here though.

  • What's the origin of the word Peg?

  • What's the origin of the word Peg?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pegging_%28­sexual_practice%29

    You're welcome

  • Pfffff I know better than to click on links you post.

  • All the plastic ones I have used in the UK are brittle pieces of shit, snap after one use.

    In other countries they seem to have much more sturdy bigger plastic ones. I would just play it safe and go wooden over here though.

    This. I've always had wooden pegs. Hardly ever break any, also the wooden ones will degrade when they die

  • Anyone know the seat post diameter for a Carlton python?

  • Where could I buy some wooden clothes pegs tomorrow? Everywhere I've looked only has plastic crap.

    I'm in camberwell atm but willing to ride

    the ones you can make dolls from, or the ones with a spring?
    there are some general stores / small supermarkets around camberwell green that probably have some. a couple of good general stores in deptford on the high street. Morleys of Brixton (department store, not fried chicken shop) is open on sundays too.

  • ^^ I would say real world fitting would be best.
    There are tables that tell you what series of Reynolds tubing fits what size of seat post, but vagaries in construction et cetera are enough to throw you off. Of course you could just get a 27.2 and ream the seat tube to size.

  • Does anyone know the name or age of these?

  • ^^ I would say real world fitting would be best.
    There are tables that tell you what series of Reynolds tubing fits what size of seat post, but vagaries in construction et cetera are enough to throw you off. Of course you could just get a 27.2 and ream the seat tube to size.

    Ok cheers for the heads up

  • "What's the origin of the word Peg?"

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pegging_%28­sexual_practice%29

    "You're welcome."

    "Pfffff I know better than to click on links you post... Damn, you did it again, will I ever learn?"

    Probably not Indra, probably not...

  • Does anyone know the name or age of these?

    Prolly has some red ones but doesn't narrow the age down beyond 1980s, which I'm sure we all guessed as soon as we saw them,

  • the ones you can make dolls from, or the ones with a spring?
    there are some general stores / small supermarkets around camberwell green that probably have some. a couple of good general stores in deptford on the high street. Morleys of Brixton (department store, not fried chicken shop) is open on sundays too.

    The ones with the spring will do. I had a look in morrissons but as expected they were crap. I'll see what's open today.

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