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  1. On 29/06/2021 at 08:06, Colin P said:

    Like minds Andy, was also going to say that.

    I'm on my third cement mixer having worn out the first 2. My wacker plate is also excellent for levelling lawns.

    Tool I most wondered "how the hell did I live before I bought this" is my sonicrafter, use it for everything, even stirs the tea nicely.

    I'd never even heard of a Sonicrafter until I read this post. Did some googling and just realised this is the power tool I've always promised myself.

    I immediately ordered one... :thumbsup:

  2. 5 hours ago, exeterjeep said:

    I used to use a lot of INIT' s in programming in PL/1 on IBM mainframes.


    Another IBM mainframe guy - brilliant! :thumbsup:

    However - PL/1 is for wimps, cool guys use Assembler.

    But I think we can both look down on COBOL programmers....

  3. Here's a few of my favourites:

    Dual carriageway:
    A34 north from M3 juction, drop on to A303 heading west up as far as Amesbury where the dual carriageway runs out. (Note speed cameras on A303 approaching Amesbury)

    Single carriageway (mainly straights):
    A30 from Micheldever to Firsdown - fast A roads, but not many bends. Slow crawl though Stockbridge High St, otherwise mainly fast and straight. Stop at The Haven (bikers cafe) for a coffee.

    Single carriageway (with a few twisty bits):
    B3084 from Dunbridge to Thruxton Hill good variety of roads (all single carriageway). If you need more coffee continue east on Thruxton Hill & visit the Jackaroo cafe at the circuit (check opening times). NB There's been some re-surfacing recently on B3084 so check for closures.

    A3057 from Stockbridge to Kings Somborne to Timsbury. Good variety of roads, bit difficult to overtake though in places.


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