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Sainsburys_Ed

Member since Apr 2008 • Last active Feb 2020

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  • in Miscellaneous and Meaningless
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    Is there a child seat or panniers that are suitable for a cross bike with no rear brake bridge but does have mudguard mounts?

    I’m not 100% comfortable with the ones that just attach to the seat tube...

  • in Miscellaneous and Meaningless
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    Dorney lake half marathon today, official pacing sub 1:40... went a bit too quick (1:38) but pushed on my group with 2k to go and put the brakes on a bit, they all finished ahead of me, biggest pb of 7 minutes!

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    hose them down once your back, put them on underfloor heating to dry fairly slowly....

  • in Rides & Races
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    £70-£350+

    I'd think most semi decent bog standard ones would be around £150 these days.

  • in Miscellaneous and Meaningless
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    isn't this what underground trains are for?

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    I'm not sure he gets paid to be either a "space tech jesus" or "fucking tech genius" hes running commercial ventures and leading them, a job title that most call CEO, but given he is a bit cooky he may have adopted one of those titles?!

    and as for exploiting grads... are they being chained up or are the voluntarily going to work for a company that is widely known and easily re-searchable...? i suspect its the latter and if they are being mistreated then lots of them will be taking a load of experience from their exploitation and toddling off to one of the more established car companies looking to start producing electric cars...

    Friends who work in the UK EV market suggest that knowledge is a huge shortage right now and its experience and not monetary reward that it causing that shortage.

  • in Miscellaneous and Meaningless
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    surely as the guy figure heading this and running the show he gets ultimate credit for the success and failures, the same is true of any company...

    i also doubt that his "little helpers" are putting the efforts they are putting in out of the goodness of their hearts and are being rewarded for their work otherwise they'd just leave..

    is he claiming that he could do what he does without his employees?

  • in Rides & Races
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    the bars will be up for sale again soon if you want to reunite the family...

  • in Current Projects
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    only replying to sub to a great looking thread, but that ticket was bloody expensive for 1983..

    roughly £200 if you use pints as your inflationary metric...

  • in Miscellaneous and Meaningless
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    road traffic collision i guess...

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