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markfiend wrote:
06 Oct 2020, 13:34
Slightly happy: I just remembered that Thatcher is still dead.
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Today is a good day :D
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/10/07/worl ... reece.html
Guilty verdict for the Nazis ;D :bat: :bat:
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that's REALLY good news :D

there seems to be a few GD supporters in the UK too (not that many though, thanksfully) - they need to meet the same fate as the greek party members
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Quiff Boy wrote:
07 Oct 2020, 13:24
that's REALLY good news :D

there seems to be a few GD supporters in the UK too (not that many though, thanksfully) - they need to meet the same fate as the greek party members
Golden Dawn is now officialy a criminal organization. So every supporter or admirer of this criminal organization can be prosecuted for that only :wink: :D
What a day, what a Day ;D
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That is good news ;D
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iesus wrote:
07 Oct 2020, 13:05
Today is a good day :D
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/10/07/worl ... reece.html
Guilty verdict for the Nazis ;D :bat: :bat:
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after being trapped on the little green island next to france for 11 years i finally just applied for a new passport. watch out Mainlanders! here I :D
come! 8)
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Bit of a result today.
Went to the supermarket to pick up a some bread & a 24 pack of beer & went to the self service checkout as usual. Scanned the bread & put it in the bagging area & then scanned the tray of beer. The tray has a barcode on the bottom but there are 2 scanners perpendicular to each other I guess to cater for weird shaped & large stuff. I scanned & plonked it in the bagging area & got the usual "authorisation needed, please wait" alert so the guy manning the checkouts could come & manually confirm I wasn't a school child. But the scanner must have read a barcode on one of the cans. Add to that the guy was so busy chatting to his mate he didn't bother to check what was in the bagging area. So I paid for one can of beer & walked out with 24.
Get in! :D
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Pista wrote:
14 Dec 2020, 14:23
Bit of a result today.
Went to the supermarket to pick up a some bread & a 24 pack of beer & went to the self service checkout as usual. Scanned the bread & put it in the bagging area & then scanned the tray of beer. The tray has a barcode on the bottom but there are 2 scanners perpendicular to each other I guess to cater for weird shaped & large stuff. I scanned & plonked it in the bagging area & got the usual "authorisation needed, please wait" alert so the guy manning the checkouts could come & manually confirm I wasn't a school child. But the scanner must have read a barcode on one of the cans. Add to that the guy was so busy chatting to his mate he didn't bother to check what was in the bagging area. So I paid for one can of beer & walked out with 24.
Get in! :D
thats even better than finding hand grenades.. :notworthy: 8)
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Awesome paying for 1 get 24 now we are talking about ;D :notworthy:
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My Hungarian driving license arrived just 3 days after surrendering my GB one.
Was expecting a 30 day wait, so 3 days is a bit brilliant really
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The ADAC got my car running again ... :D :D :D ... within half an hour the car mechanic arrived , checked the generator (perfectly operative, fortunately ) and the battery (somewhat weak, ought to be taken under observation for a while) and with a jump-start and half an hour of
cruising all was fine again. I love the ADAC. Of course, I was more than an hour late, but hell. They reliably got me out of the mess so often
over the years and in situations far worse than being stuck with the car near home on XMas eve ... endless kudos from here ...

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So it seems that my days of lying on the sofa watching torrented TV series and my evenings of chasing what must be the cleverest mouse in all of the 7 kingdoms( I swear, I've been trying to catch this little bastard for 6 months, tried traps, bait, glue-pads, rail guns, nail guns, a 12-guage sawn-off of dubious provenance, Stingers, and ICBMs, and have achieved little other than peppering my recently-replastered-and-painted walls with holes. I would ask friends if I could enlist their cats in my efforts, but I suspect that the cats between them could not muster the same amount of brains as this particular mouse possesses. However, I think I've fixed his wagon - spent last weekend stuffing steel wool in every hole I could find, and I've not seen or heard him since, so fingers crossed) may be coming to an end. Apparently there is an itty-bitty start-up that is convinced that they cannot possibly survive one more day without my product management skills, so assuming that they actually send me the paperwork then I start on the 8th. The commute's a bugger, mind - I have to go all the way from my bed to my desk, which may be 40', so I shall have to start getting up at an ungodly hour. Seriously - who starts work at 9 o'clock in the morning?! It's frankly very uncivilised.
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Happy because my PC is fixed!! Yaay!! no more s**t phone surfing! no more Freevview TV. 8) :von:
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Congrats EB.
& go safe on the commute :)
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Right. If you've been knocking around these parts for more than a day or two you'll know that I'm a cynical (not to mention an evil) old bastard: show me a picture of a beautiful sunset and I'll tell you that the colours are only because of the amount of sh*t in the atmosphere, sh*t that will give you cancer, mug your granny, and tease your cat.

That said. So Monday I started this new job. They sent me a massive binder called The Onboarding Atlas to use during the 3-day orientation. Bear in mind that this is a company with less than 300 people, which has been around for 2 years. This atlas has chapters on "mindfulness" and "rules of business success", so I'm anticipating a "grandmother/egg-sucking" scenario - blah blah blah. This ain't my first go-round this circuit.

Turns out that it's not. Turns out that I may have found a company that thought "Hmm, how do we make sure we get the fundamentals right, and then build on those?" If the rest of the place runs like this then it should be a blast. Not to mention that their product is pretty cool - a really robust technological solution to a problem, they're the only game in town, and it would be pretty damn' difficult for anyone to replicate it. Reminds me a lot of my first proper job - same mindset and product approach. Stay tuned.
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Sounds like you've hit the jackpot there @EvilBastard. Fingers crossed it continues that way :)
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