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yeah lovely dam filling stuff, solid 80mm in my gauge.
another lot in 3 weeks time thanks

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bonehead wrote:
July 27, 2020, 12:23 pm
yeah lovely dam filling stuff, solid 80mm in my gauge.
another lot in 3 weeks time thanks

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bonehead wrote:
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yeah lovely dam filling stuff, solid 80mm in my gauge.
another lot in 3 weeks time thanks

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Coastalraider wrote:
July 27, 2020, 1:20 pm
bonehead wrote:
July 27, 2020, 12:23 pm
yeah lovely dam filling stuff, solid 80mm in my gauge.
another lot in 3 weeks time thanks

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That's not good Wattanobi..

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A quick reflection;

I feel I like Australia, and our way of doing things a bit more tonight.

Out for dinner with the family, my local member rang to ask about how the business was getting on, and if she could help with a couple of issues we're dealing with in relation to COVID. For a start, that blows me a bit away ... pretty proactive stuff from someone who I imagine has plenty on her plate.

Following that, Kevin Rudd, who was dining with his wife at the table next to us and blatantly listening in to the family chatter, pulled his chair over, stole some truffle fries, and chatted amicably for a quarter of an hour while his wife disappeared off somewhere.

I really don't think there are terribly many countires in the world where that kind of thing happens terribly much, and it makes me feel good about the place.


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they know you're kind of a big deal

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bonehead wrote:they know you're kind of a big deal

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No! I like living in a country where the former PM swipes your truffle fries and chats about local real estate. Rdminds me why I like the place.

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You're lucky it was Kevin and not Abbott. Abbott is one awkward man.

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zim wrote:You're lucky it was Kevin and not Abbott. Abbott is one awkward man.
Plus he'd have been eyeing off the Bordeaux

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zim wrote:You're lucky it was Kevin and not Abbott. Abbott is one awkward man.
Abbott would’ve went for the Bloomin Onion before he went for the fries
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I think he would have been preoccupied with trying to belt poor Kev

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T_R wrote:
July 29, 2020, 9:31 pm
A quick reflection;

I feel I like Australia, and our way of doing things a bit more tonight.

Out for dinner with the family, my local member rang to ask about how the business was getting on, and if she could help with a couple of issues we're dealing with in relation to COVID. For a start, that blows me a bit away ... pretty proactive stuff from someone who I imagine has plenty on her plate.

Following that, Kevin Rudd, who was dining with his wife at the table next to us and blatantly listening in to the family chatter, pulled his chair over, stole some truffle fries, and chatted amicably for a quarter of an hour while his wife disappeared off somewhere.

I really don't think there are terribly many countires in the world where that kind of thing happens terribly much, and it makes me feel good about the place.


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The Nickman wrote:
T_R wrote:
July 29, 2020, 9:31 pm
A quick reflection;

I feel I like Australia, and our way of doing things a bit more tonight.

Out for dinner with the family, my local member rang to ask about how the business was getting on, and if she could help with a couple of issues we're dealing with in relation to COVID. For a start, that blows me a bit away ... pretty proactive stuff from someone who I imagine has plenty on her plate.

Following that, Kevin Rudd, who was dining with his wife at the table next to us and blatantly listening in to the family chatter, pulled his chair over, stole some truffle fries, and chatted amicably for a quarter of an hour while his wife disappeared off somewhere.

I really don't think there are terribly many countires in the world where that kind of thing happens terribly much, and it makes me feel good about the place.


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That's YOUR Australia, pal. **** like that doesn't happen to us common workers toiling away in the acid mines.
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bonehead wrote:
July 31, 2020, 10:57 am
The Nickman wrote:
T_R wrote:
July 29, 2020, 9:31 pm
A quick reflection;

I feel I like Australia, and our way of doing things a bit more tonight.

Out for dinner with the family, my local member rang to ask about how the business was getting on, and if she could help with a couple of issues we're dealing with in relation to COVID. For a start, that blows me a bit away ... pretty proactive stuff from someone who I imagine has plenty on her plate.

Following that, Kevin Rudd, who was dining with his wife at the table next to us and blatantly listening in to the family chatter, pulled his chair over, stole some truffle fries, and chatted amicably for a quarter of an hour while his wife disappeared off somewhere.

I really don't think there are terribly many countires in the world where that kind of thing happens terribly much, and it makes me feel good about the place.


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That's YOUR Australia, pal. **** like that doesn't happen to us common workers toiling away in the acid mines.
are you posting from the big chair in worm's shop? good man getting your daily service work to support a mate!
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I do enjoy a nice spit and polish

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Lucy does a good one too!
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Ingredients for the next batch has been bought. This one will give me a glimpse into the process of making my own concoctions.

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Fuifui Bradbrad wrote:Image

Ingredients for the next batch has been bought. This one will give me a glimpse into the process of making my own concoctions.

If I can get this one right, next step will be a Fui original
Couple of drops of vanilla and you're home

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You want moderation because deep down in places you don't talk about at parties, you want me on that forum -- you need me on that forum. We use words like "stay on topic," "use the appropriate forum," "please delete." We use these words as the backbone of a life spent defending something. You use them as a punch line. I have neither the time nor the inclination to explain myself to a man who rises and sleeps under the blanket of the very moderation that I provide and then questions the manner in which I provide it. I would rather that you just said "thank you" and went on your way. Otherwise, I suggest you get a green handle and edit a post. Either way, I don't give a DAMN what you think about moderation.

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The Nickman wrote:
T_R wrote:
July 29, 2020, 9:31 pm
A quick reflection;

I feel I like Australia, and our way of doing things a bit more tonight.

Out for dinner with the family, my local member rang to ask about how the business was getting on, and if she could help with a couple of issues we're dealing with in relation to COVID. For a start, that blows me a bit away ... pretty proactive stuff from someone who I imagine has plenty on her plate.

Following that, Kevin Rudd, who was dining with his wife at the table next to us and blatantly listening in to the family chatter, pulled his chair over, stole some truffle fries, and chatted amicably for a quarter of an hour while his wife disappeared off somewhere.

I really don't think there are terribly many countires in the world where that kind of thing happens terribly much, and it makes me feel good about the place.


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That's YOUR Australia, pal. **** like that doesn't happen to us common workers toiling away in the acid mines.
HE'S A MAN OF THE PEOPLE, JERK

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You want moderation because deep down in places you don't talk about at parties, you want me on that forum -- you need me on that forum. We use words like "stay on topic," "use the appropriate forum," "please delete." We use these words as the backbone of a life spent defending something. You use them as a punch line. I have neither the time nor the inclination to explain myself to a man who rises and sleeps under the blanket of the very moderation that I provide and then questions the manner in which I provide it. I would rather that you just said "thank you" and went on your way. Otherwise, I suggest you get a green handle and edit a post. Either way, I don't give a DAMN what you think about moderation.

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PEOPLE, ARE LIKE ONIONS.

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Tony Abbott EATS PEOPLE?!

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It's how he finds the energy to run those triathlons.

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Anybody have a good lasagne recipe they'd like to share?

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Mrs Fui and her family all do amazing lasagne. Her Nonna is the real deal from Italy. They all share the same thing. They tell you the recipe for the basic part of the lasagne, but they don’t tell you what they do to take it to the next level.

Sorry, I know that doesn’t help
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I think I have a fair idea, but just not sure on the cheese/s to use?

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gergreg wrote:I think I have a fair idea, but just not sure on the cheese/s to use?

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Mrs bone uses the block cheddar but also plenty of parmesan, with zero Italian heritage or know how

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bonehead wrote:
gergreg wrote:I think I have a fair idea, but just not sure on the cheese/s to use?

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Mrs bone uses the block cheddar but also plenty of parmesan, with zero Italian heritage or know how

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I remember having one years ago which had a layer of cream cheese / cottage cheese / ricotta - I can't remember which?

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Anyone have some good advice on a digital heads up display speedo for my car ?

Good brand, not too much info on windscreen while driving..just speed.

I was looking at getting one, I don't know why..just because.

Are they any good ?

I'm guessing I can find somewhere to buy and let them install.
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-PJ- wrote:
August 4, 2020, 12:58 pm
Anyone have some good advice on a digital heads up display speedo for my car ?

Good brand, not too much info on windscreen while driving..just speed.

I was looking at getting one, I don't know why..just because.

Are they any good ?

I'm guessing I can find somewhere to buy and let them install.
Supercheap have these ones https://www.supercheapauto.com.au/p/sca ... 25173.html
I was looking at a GPS one a while back, but we're looking to buy a Seltos in a few months, which has all that in it. So we thought there's no point getting anything just yet
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I've been doing a fair bit of browsing Fui. The super cheap auto product is an option. But the reviews aren't great. The biggest gripe is they're inaccurate. 13% diff is one case.

If it's not accurate your wasting your time eh ?

There's Jaycar, Dick Smith, Supercheap, Autobarn..the list is endless. And prices range from $50-$250.

thanks Fui..

Anybody else ?
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Feeling a bit flat today. Been feeling it for a while actually. I've been working in this industry/area for going on 11 years now, and its a joke of an area. Anyway, an opportunity arose for me to branch out and use my knowledge across other areas. I thought it'd be great, I'd get out of this bubble I've been in, and get to see how other areas work.

8 months into the new gig, a restructure happened, and I've found myself supporting the area I tried to get out of. It was ok at first, but over the last month its started to wear on me.

I know I should be grateful at this time that I have work etc, but that doesn't help the feeling that I've spent about two of those 11 years trying to get out and develop my skillset to help me move out, and when I finally do, Im back in again.
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What can ya do ?
Work sux.
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I just bracket my phone legally and use the google maps

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-PJ- wrote:
August 4, 2020, 1:44 pm
What can ya do ?
Work sux.
I know. She left me roses by the stairs...
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Fuifui Bradbrad wrote:
August 4, 2020, 2:02 pm
-PJ- wrote:
August 4, 2020, 1:44 pm
What can ya do ?
Work sux.
I know. She left me roses by the stairs...
Blink-182

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