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  1. I like 40grit as rips off metal quick. 60 is decent . You can also stick the grinder in a vice and free up both hands to guide axe or whatever.
  2. I'm just looking at a possible job of replacing a fence on a relatively steep sloping garden. I was planning on going a little higher than regs. My first thought is post and rail with feather edge , maybe 5x5 x3.2/3.5 m and a 4"X2" rail. I've also found post protection socks that pull over bottom of post to preserve in and above the post/concrete. I'd be interested in suppliers, other comparable materials , ideas . Also whether or not to use weather boards?screw rails and nail feather edge? Cheers. Joe
  3. If it's for sharpening an axe be better off getting a small angle grinder.
  4. I favour a tea mug, not fussed on the chalice , always nice to have something fancy but rather a fancy drink...
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    Let's face it NATO (USA)wanted more money from EU, Germany have uped it to 100 b same for UK, they're laughing would they risk it all for some gas money?
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    The oldman married my mother and went out for three years the following day, brave fellas back then, I know he came back 76' hoping for green and pleasant and found dry and desolate, heat wave and hose pipe bans
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    I digress again, but all employees were given a booklet called blue flame , a tutorial on making moonshine, and as my father was early over he was on the American camp and had a giant pickup, so collected all their sugar. Obviously the fact that someone sold liquor to a prince and he killed the Oldman , that was the beginning on the Muslim ban I believe. But a colleague of his got locked up for selling to an Arab and did two years and sued Aramco for a few mill I believe. The US wives would stay home watching the moonshine , men folk would return to play poker and drink it. Many women were alc
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    Yeah don't be a mug , accept your fate , this is the real world you're all daft etc. Unfortunately occasionally they're right lol, I don't care to listen unless it's said by someone who never says it....
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    Not a bad shout, would give a concise winner every time
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    To digress, my father was a radiographer in Saudi in the seventies and although he learnt his trade in a pub over three nights off an old boy, and took advantage of Saudi oil boom , he had the ability to run men and not be intimidated by anyone, which is a very good attribute to have when shutting down millions in productivity or dealing with hardened contractors, he wished in hindsight he'd stuck with Aramco who offered him a top end job , but such is life, he halted a barge operation for the wrong degree prep on pipe and he went at heights to shut down a job that wasn't preheated , he had ba
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    Get back in the slop....
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    Apologies I was rude, sometimes though you muddy an already muddy pond...
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    Native American....
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    They do .... Without the evidence which is easily obtainable I can't argue, but again a high sec line would have high end inspection. That said I know hinkley has had a cowboy inspection co caught out and that's nuclear so I'll wait for what should be an easily answered question, once welds are assessed
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    Get f****d you conspiracy maniac, is the covid section dry....flu will be along soon maybe even some flat earth stuff
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