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aggi

Member since Jun 2010 • Last active Oct 2019

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    I don't think the issue is that he's seen as telling the truth less than Johnson, after all fewer than a quarter of people think Johnson tells the truth, it's that it's such a low number in absolute terms.

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    I'd say Raavi Kebab is the best with meat (but no alcohol).
    Diwani for vegetarian.
    Shah's for "traditional" curry (beers and meat).

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    The main context appeared to be panic over losing votes to UKIP who had polled as much as the SNP and the Lib Dems put together.

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    I think it's a different question in many cases though. Just because someone may have changed their mind about how they would have voted doesn't mean they've changed their mind about what they want to happen now that the cat is out of the bag.

    This recent poll illustrates the point pretty well.

    However, even going by the poll you posted above it isn't showing a huge groundswell of opposition to leaving. The numbers haven't changed enough to say that the vast majority of the country want to remain and we need another poll to make that happen.

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    Sounds great, I'm happy to bump up the forum donation for that. I'm sure that the artisan soldering will be better than my ham-fisted efforts.

    I had a play with Volumio on a Pi last night and it seems nice, although with some things that didn't quite work as I wanted. Anyone got any suggestions for other software to look at? Rune is on the list, anything else?

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    Mestizo near Warren Street/Camden. Has vegan and dairy free sections in the menu
    http://london.mestizomx.com/

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    Cheers @stonehedge I'd be interested in that. Does it require soldering do you know? I have a feeling my soldering iron is buried in a box in my MIL's garage somewhere.

    I'd be planning on running it headless so don't need much in the way of accessories (and I'm pretty sure I've got most of them lying around somewhere). It's to plug into a hifi so BT/WiFi is out.

    Now I think about it I do have an unused Chromecast audio somewhere. Absolutely no idea where though.

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    Cheers. Not exactly the same as the one I lost but I reckon I can crib enough from that to get it working.

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    Ah, cheers, that makes more sense.

    I was struggling to understand how such a low cost was translating to a > $1k shoe but selling at $125/unit makes more sense in that context.

    So it's the scarcity of the material (and the workers to work with it) and the time required which bumps the price up.

    I wonder if cheap overseas and machine made shoes have been partly responsible for higher prices. When I was younger I knew a lot of people who worked in shoe making but all that's left now seems to be the high end stuff.

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