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Re: Robert & ADOS testing -- no digest --

Posted by A <alanixion-at-googlemail.com> on 28 February 2013 | 0 Comments

On 28 Feb 2013, at 17:32, M Hodson <mark-at-markhodson.com> wrote:

>> "I'm an INTJ: What's your problem?"
>=20
> No. _I'm_ an INTJ.

Can't be - if you were, you'd have explained the problem and defined how you=
think I can solve it in, oh, 3.5 seconds.

After that, you might have said hello, and maybe talked about the weather.

I presume you're familiar with the EMRF and the deltas with the US GFS-deriv=
ed forecasts?

Rgds, Alan=

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Re: Robert & ADOS testing -- no digest --

Posted by Keith Bennett <keith.m.bennett-at-gmail.com> on 28 February 2013 | 0 Comments

On 28 February 2013 23:24, John K. Bilsbury <stockport.ixie-at-gmail.com> wrote:
> 39 here but it was difficult what to decide to put for many of the questions.

I'm quite surprised to get a 37 despite all my answers being
"slightly" one way or the other.

--
Keith Bennett

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RE: Ryobi 1+

Posted by "John K. Bilsbury" <stockport.ixie-at-gmail.com> on 28 February 2013 | 0 Comments

atp:
> Ah. I was going to offer you my spare charger and one of the
> batteries. (I probably don't need 5 batteries, 1 has been fine for
> years)

Thanks very much, a very kind offer. I quite like the idea of two drills though
and a couple of the Lithium batts will be handy.
The fact that you've found one sufficient for years is a good sign, with the
type I've got, two have been far too few from the outset.

--
JKB.
"We didn't look like the other bands around here - they were all wearing frocks
and talking about going to Mars. We looked like kind of shoddy bank robbers."
Wilko Johnson.

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RE: Robert & ADOS testing -- no digest --

Posted by "John K. Bilsbury" <stockport.ixie-at-gmail.com> on 28 February 2013 | 0 Comments

39 here but it was difficult what to decide to put for many of the questions.

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"We didn't look like the other bands around here - they were all wearing frocks
and talking about going to Mars. We looked like kind of shoddy bank robbers."
Wilko Johnson.

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Re: Robert & ADOS testing -- no digest --

Posted by frjack <frjack-at-gmail.com> on 28 February 2013 | 0 Comments

On 28/02/2013 17:57, Ian Ellison wrote:
>> [1] akin to http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/9.12/aqtest.html [2]
>> [2] 27
> A modest 25.
>
>
>
An unsurprising 43.

I have just been informed that this explains a lot...

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FrJ.

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Re: Cycling Jerseys

Posted by Tony <tonyrudd2-at-gmail.com> on 28 February 2013 | 0 Comments

I'd be interested, more in the baggy mountain bike style than roadie lycra
but interested either way.

Tony

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Re: Robert & ADOS testing -- no digest --

Posted by Mike Fleming <mike-at-tauzero.co.uk> on 28 February 2013 | 0 Comments

"Ian Ellison" <ian-at-ianellison.org.uk> said:

> > [1] akin to http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/9.12/aqtest.html [2]
> > [2] 27
>
> A modest 25.

Another 27.

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Smite the Unbeliever

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Re: Cycling Jerseys

Posted by Adamx <bassspine-at-gmail.com> on 28 February 2013 | 0 Comments

On 28 February 2013 21:07, Paul <cliffedge10-at-googlemail.com> wrote:

> On 28/02/2013 19:59, fizzy wrote:
>
> I respectfully submit, without wishing to single them out, than Messrs
>> Paine and Ellison might be disappointed. As Mel Reed once commented
>> on spotting some Chavettes in Rochester - Lycra, it's a privilege, not
>> a right.
>>
>
> I made a comment recently that lycra is not very flattering on the male
> form. Even pro cyclists like Wiggins and Froome do not look good in lycra=
.
>
> Personally I would be looking towards a more relaxed fit rather than a
> race fit.


that's kind of what I suggested earlier on today, I'm relieved I'm not the
only one!

--=20
She who succeeds in gaining the mastery of the bicycle will gain the
mastery of life.
=96 Frances E. Willard, How I Learned To Ride The Bicycle, 1895

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Re: Robert & ADOS testing -- no digest --

Posted by Paul <cliffedge10-at-googlemail.com> on 28 February 2013 | 0 Comments

On 28/02/2013 19:35, Ben Darthjoy wrote:
> Bonus points are awarded for not noticing they've left the room.

You've met Robert? We have been known to leave the room to get
something, sometimes even telling him we are ging, returning a little
while later to find him still going.


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I am doing the Manchester to Blackpool bike ride in July!
http://www.justgiving.com/PaulMatthewsMtoB2013

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Re: Cycling Jerseys

Posted by Paul <cliffedge10-at-googlemail.com> on 28 February 2013 | 0 Comments

On 28/02/2013 19:59, fizzy wrote:

> I respectfully submit, without wishing to single them out, than Messrs
> Paine and Ellison might be disappointed. As Mel Reed once commented
> on spotting some Chavettes in Rochester - Lycra, it's a privilege, not
> a right.

I made a comment recently that lycra is not very flattering on the male
form. Even pro cyclists like Wiggins and Froome do not look good in lycra.

Personally I would be looking towards a more relaxed fit rather than a
race fit.

P.

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I am doing the Manchester to Blackpool bike ride in July!
http://www.justgiving.com/PaulMatthewsMtoB2013

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