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17-12-08, 05:47 PM #1
streak now an admin.. apparently *******
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New shiny thread to use.. Very Happy

" shocking cock-up, the mice were furious "

17-12-08, 05:50 PM #2
Big J Always minds the cairds... *****
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Cheers Streak! If only I had some interesting news... Been at work all day, going home to watch Soprano's and wrap the last of my crimbo gifts. Rock and roll.

It was fuckin' obvious that that cunt was gonnae fuck some cunt.

17-12-08, 05:53 PM #3
Lorrie Uncomfortably Energetic ******
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Spending the day wondering what the fuck a 'Crimbo' is.

Actually, it's hair cut day today. Nice and short to hide the ever increasing creep of grey.

And it snowed again last night so I'm stuck in stupid boots.

If God gives you lemons you should find a new God

apollion Show this Post
17-12-08, 05:56 PM #4
apollion Guest
 
This morning I ordered "predator" uncut DVD from some guy in UK,
then went to the customers site to train them on there new xray unit I installed yesterday.

Now having myself 2 kebaps and browsing this forum.

17-12-08, 06:02 PM #5
King of the Farm Fight On for Old SC! *****
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Well,

I finished repairing my son's car yesterday.

This has been nearly a two week process. We did all the work ourselves.

This is a photo after the accident:

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This is what it looked like when we were done:

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Total costs of parts: just over $350
We did all the work ourselves. The junk yard was our friend, found a hood that was already the proper color for $50. My hands look like my Dads... Ground in dirty grease, can't quite get them fully clean. Needless to say, my Manicure is fucked... I know, i know

22-12-08, 09:41 AM #6
reid SSDB Member *****
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Woke up early this morning with a nosebleed. It was all thinned out and just spread everywhere. Spending the morning cleaning it up all over the bedroom, landing and toilet.

22-12-08, 10:41 AM #7
mr.pure Cold Blooded Murderator. *******
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Damn, sounds nasty.
I found out the other day that a friend of mine had a condition where if he leaned forward, clear liquid would run out of his nose.
Being the drunken idiot that he is, he repeated this trick whenever there was a crowd around.
Eventually he went to the Doctor's and found out what it was.
Cerebrospinal fluid !
Seems he had a crack in his skull and the stuff that keeps your brain moist was disappearing out the hole !
Ooops !

Confused



22-12-08, 10:53 AM #8
manus wears 'em every day *****
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That's mental Pure! Have they fixed it?


Reid - hope it's stopped now.

22-12-08, 10:59 AM #9
mr.pure Cold Blooded Murderator. *******
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I don't know.
Not a lot they can do to be honest.
He's just gotta take it easy so hopefully it heals up.
Like that's gonna happen over Christmas and New Year !



22-12-08, 03:17 PM #10
AdiMac Superstar Lover *****
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Zwer: Another 5cms of snow and your mention of powder a couple of pages ago makes you a Sod Very Happy Very Happy

I have to be content with the new snowboarding game on the Wii, Sean White or something like that. It is very cool with the Wii Fit, very challenging but great fun Very Happy Very Happy

Life moves pretty fast, if you don't stop and look around once in while you could miss it.

22-12-08, 04:24 PM #11
dregz Posting Freak *****
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El Samo Wrote:....... I put my card in the machine and the bastard thing promptly then swallowed it and then turned off completely...........,

El Samo, i suggest you rush to the bank and check things out. Same thing happened to me about 2 years back and it turned out i was the victim of what they call 'A Lebanese Loop'. It's the one where they've put a false cover over the card slot, you go through the motions, it reads you details then jams the machine. They come by once you've left take the whole false bit off which has your card inside it, then they draw out your max allowance everyday til you report it.
Did you put in your pin code before the machine shut down? If so it could be dodgy. If this has happened you can claim all the funds you lose back from your bank once they investigate it.

It might all be fine, but after what happened to me i thought i had better flag it up just incase.

22-12-08, 04:39 PM #12
Samo Just call me Nik Nak.. *****
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dregz Wrote:
El Samo Wrote:....... I put my card in the machine and the bastard thing promptly then swallowed it and then turned off completely...........,

El Samo, i suggest you rush to the bank and check things out. Same thing happened to me about 2 years back and it turned out i was the victim of what they call 'A Lebanese Loop'. It's the one where they've put a false cover over the card slot, you go through the motions, it reads you details then jams the machine. They come by once you've left take the whole false bit off which has your card inside it, then they draw out your max allowance everyday til you report it.
Did you put in your pin code before the machine shut down? If so it could be dodgy. If this has happened you can claim all the funds you lose back from your bank once they investigate it.

It might all be fine, but after what happened to me i thought i had better flag it up just incase.

Thanks for the warning dregz, not to sure whether it was a scam or just a problem with the machine, cos i put in the card, entered my pin, and then selected the amount i wanted to withdraw and then i just switched off.
I called the bank who's cashpoint it was, who told me they cant get cards out of their ATM's and would need permission from my bank to get the card, they guy i spoke to was very rude. so i hung up, called my bank and promply reported my card as stolen by the owners of the cashpoint...

"SSDB does not condone or promote wack behaviour"

22-12-08, 04:51 PM #13
dregz Posting Freak *****
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As you described is exactly what happened with me. I put in all the details and the amount then it just shut down on me.
Good job you reported it straight away. Stupidly i didn't. They fleeced me on a Saturday night so had Saturday, Sunday, and again Monday morning before the banks opened to rinse my account. When i reported it Monday morn they had already took me for about £600. Got it all back after a month or 2 though cos the banks accept responsibility.

apollion Show this Post
22-12-08, 07:44 PM #14
apollion Guest
 
wish you Best of luck Samo, I reckon that all cash mashines go crazy in the xmas rush.when I went to get my stuff last saturday, one refused to gimme Cash to and I got the message that you get when account is empty. But luckily it wasnt.

24-12-08, 02:36 PM #15
pirate SSDB Pirate *****
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I just washed my car and got piss wet through in the process, good times!

If it aint Manc its wank!






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