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goodhead

Member since Sep 2008 • Last active Apr 2021

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  • in Miscellaneous and Meaningless
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    Ha yeah. I bumped into Lego in the pub in York a while ago and he said that was his favourite round anyone has spat against him. Really sound guy.

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    It's amazing.

    I also love his triple entendres battle against qp.

  • in Miscellaneous and Meaningless
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    Don't Flop was so entertaining around the time Ogmios was battling.

    It's a shame he's not battled since it imploded - I'd love to see him return.

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  • in Miscellaneous and Meaningless
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    Tricky one.

    My parents are a little older but I got them both Moto g whatevers around 5 plus years ago.

    Fortunately they mainly got it so are both now using more up to date Moto G whatevers.

    I have done a fair bit of support however, which I think is inevitable. It's a real shame that technology doesn't seem to consider older generations.

    I do think android is a good option if you're prepared to help as it's so customisable. Namely with:

    • Initial set up - I.e. just getting the phone up and running
    • customisation I.e. removing unwanted apps / putting apps on the homescreen etc / enlarging fonts / changing synch options

    I've found the cheap to mid range Motos very good for my parents and my mum particularly likes / appreciates the big screen.


  • in Current Projects (non-bike)
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    Haha. Yeah it was all about the phut phut seemingly!

    Actually it wasn't but I won't go into that.

    Lonely boat - I hope you enjoy it 😀

  • in Miscellaneous and Meaningless
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    It smells exactly like and seems to have the same effect as Febreeze. Utter con.

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    Lovely. I lived on a (rented) narrowboat for a couple of years moored at Barton marina near Burton on Trent.

    The boat was ancient and had a Lister engine which attracted more attention than i expected whenever I took her out.

    @stedlocks I think I remember buying a leather bag from you around this time and you mentioning it was a dream of yours - so congratulations!!

  • in Miscellaneous and Meaningless
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    They are still here (Thomas and Cooplands at least still have multiple branches).

    But yeah nowhere near as many as when I grew up here in the 70s - 80s.

    Yorkshire Curd Tarts FTW!

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