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    Quote Originally Posted by NickFitz View Post
    Evening Zeity

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrilloPad View Post
    Very good thanks. Had a lovely day - went to lidl for first time in ages. Got a few bargains but mostly ruubbish. Then I did Pilates. Then Church Fete. Then a kip. Now I am watching Dr Who.

    And yourself?
    I went to Lidl today.

    I bought a little World Band radio for £6 which has MW, 6 SW & FM. And it works remarkable well.

    I bought a little toolkit for £2.99 which has got a selection of screwdriver bits & little sockets... one of which is the right size to fit the bolt holding the ring on my mum's cooker...

    And for some strange reason, I bought a foul water pump capable of pumping water with solids up to the size of 38mm... and I have absolutely no idea why... other than the fact that it might, sometime, come in handy.

    My house is full of tools I've bought from Lidl.

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    'ere, Diver, wot's all this bonding thing you're talking about then?

    My house is plastered (on the inside) with that hideous black mortar stuff...

    The render on the outside appears to be made of some form of iron, it's so hard.... I had the devil of a job drilling 4 holes for the mounting bracket for a tv aerial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrilloPad View Post
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    Blimey. She's a big girl.
    My all-time favourite Dilbert cartoon, this is: BTW, a Dumpster is a brand of skip, I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zeitghost View Post
    My house is full of tools I've bought from Lidl.
    That's you, me and about 6 million other blokes!
    My all-time favourite Dilbert cartoon, this is: BTW, a Dumpster is a brand of skip, I think.

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    Byeeee

    Nighty night...



    It's still pouring with rain & there's been some thunder, with added brown outs on the power.

    Thank heavens for UPS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zeitghost View Post
    Byeeee

    Nighty night...



    It's still pouring with rain & there's been some thunder, with added brown outs on the power.

    Thank heavens for UPS.
    Bye bye, Zeity. Nighty night.

    Wavey wave.
    My all-time favourite Dilbert cartoon, this is: BTW, a Dumpster is a brand of skip, I think.

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    I'm off to watch a movie
    Confusion is a natural state of being

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diver View Post
    I'm off to watch a movie
    Make sure you give us a review.
    My all-time favourite Dilbert cartoon, this is: BTW, a Dumpster is a brand of skip, I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NickFitz View Post
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    I'm interested in the jscript debugger for IE that you mentioned... Its a bit trying to find the errors.
    I haven't done this with MSVWD2008EE, only with MSVWD2005EE, and it's a marginally complex sequence of steps to get it set up right (once set up it's a breeze though). I'll download 2008 tomorrow, check that it still works the same way, and post back (ASP.NET... PostBack... geddit???!?... oh, never mind )

    Later denizens
    For the first time, on this or any stage...

    HTH

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