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  1. ColinJ liked Pale Rider's post in the thread A 50 mile circuit from the Humber Bridge - August 17.

    Wind played a bigger part in the ride than any of us would have liked. Very blustery crossing the Humber Bridge, although I suppose it is well exposed. There was an event on, a charity multiple bridge crossing run/jog. Some of them were going...

    17 Aug 2019 at 22:48
  2. ColinJ liked Buck's post in the thread A 50 mile circuit from the Humber Bridge - August 17.

    Great ride today despite the blustery wind doing its best to spoil it. Made more enjoyable by Andy and Rob’s support and encouragement. I was really pleased that I was able to make the 50 miles as this is my longest distance since getting back...

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  3. ColinJ liked cyberknight's post in the thread garmin edge 520 or 820 or garmin touring ?.

    reserved a 520 plus , after bc discount and bonus its costing me £12

    17 Aug 2019 at 22:34
  4. ColinJ liked cyberknight's post in the thread Lap tops.

    NVM decided to buy kids chromebooks for x mas and keep my current laptop as its better spec even though its older

    17 Aug 2019 at 21:05
  5. ColinJ replied to the thread garmin edge 520 or 820 or garmin touring ?.

    Lots of people not getting on with the Touring model! @Littgull was really unhappy with his and bought a different model.

    17 Aug 2019 at 21:04
  6. winjim liked Diogenes's post in the thread The Brexit Thread.

    For one, Corbyn cannot count upon the support of his own MPs - the vast majority of whom voted against him in a vote of no confidence which he ignored. With many being harassed by Momentum and facing deselection, they're likely to tell the whip...

    17 Aug 2019 at 18:08
  7. winjim liked Bromptonaut's post in the thread The Brexit Thread.

    Context of course is everything. By weekend after 2010 GE we'd had a government where pre-election mode followed by purdah meant various necessary actions had been too long postponed. Not least these meant getting a grip on the nation's...

    17 Aug 2019 at 18:07
  8. winjim liked Fab Foodie's post in the thread The Brexit Thread.

    Tories fearing Corbyn? They’d piss all over him in a GE. He’s a busted flush.

    17 Aug 2019 at 18:04
  9. winjim liked Rusty Nails's post in the thread The Brexit Thread.

    The Tories don't just not want Corbyn as PM, they don't want any Labour leader. Does the Pope sh*t in the woods? The LDs don't not want a Labour leader in any short-term coalition, they just don't want Corbyn as they believe he will not be able...

    17 Aug 2019 at 18:03
  10. ColinJ replied to the thread Anyone good at photoshop?.

    @potsy - you seem to have started a new trend... :laugh:

    17 Aug 2019 at 14:36
  11. winjim liked Drago's post in the thread Who's ever been to prison? I have and I'm going again..

    There was a fly on the wall prison documentary the other night, and your description isn't far from the mark. On the other hand, 3 square meals and something to keep them occupied isn't unreasonable. They shouldn't be holiday camps, but...

    17 Aug 2019 at 10:39
  12. winjim liked Salty seadog's post in the thread Friday night music is: Fruit.

    Allow me to remedy that. [MEDIA]

    17 Aug 2019 at 07:33
  13. ColinJ replied to the thread Lap tops.

    Not full HD, no SSD, and heavy! PS I suppose it depends what you want to do with it. If you won't be carrying it about much then the weight doesn't matter, and if you don't need it to be quick then lack of an SSD might not either. As for screen...

    16 Aug 2019 at 20:02
  14. ColinJ attached a file to the thread 'RAW' Files To 'JPEG'.

    Not bad! 15 MB -> 1.7 MB and still reasonable quality. [ATTACH]

    Dandelions.jpg 16 Aug 2019 at 19:59
  15. ColinJ replied to the thread 'RAW' Files To 'JPEG'.

    Try THIS? PS I'm testing it with a 15 MB picture now ...

    16 Aug 2019 at 19:49
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