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    I am a man of electricity and have everlasting...

    I am a man of electricity and have everlasting 'free' access to it.
    Horses and combustion engines are not my thing.
    I can't tame them the way I like to.
    They are high maintenance and moody.
    I...
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    Just have another closer look how I did it: ...

    Just have another closer look how I did it:

    https://i.postimg.cc/KYfnwf86/whatisit.jpg


    I have the actuators working always between 90˚ and no less than 30˚ to their working lever.
    You see...
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    I never considered Commodores as Holden. I didn't...

    I never considered Commodores as Holden. I didn't like them when I saw them the first time in Germany, middle class boring car.
    Holden died after the Kingswood.
    My old 70's Kingswood station wagon...
  4. I keep hearing that money laundering is a big...

    I keep hearing that money laundering is a big business in Australia, although that is allegedly done at the pokies but who knows.
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    Because all NiMH or NiCad cells are 1.2V nominal....

    Because all NiMH or NiCad cells are 1.2V nominal.
    This is not a CR type Li-Ion, please ignore the comments that say otherwise.
  6. Totally missing the point as usual, LOL If you...

    Totally missing the point as usual, LOL

    If you picked up ransomware and it becomes active(they have time bombs) while you are connected to the cloud, your 18 character password is useless.
    Also...
  7. When on the go I find it comfortable to watch a...

    When on the go I find it comfortable to watch a vid on my 6" phone that still has the proper 16:9 ratio. Another thing that has become ancient as they are all now these stupid narrow bar phones, only...
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    Woolies(and probably others) want to pay share...

    Woolies(and probably others) want to pay share holders dividends so they will always find all kind of sneaky tricks to cut costs.

    However it can work both ways.
    I have always compare weighed...
  9. Well the economy is not just about car dealers. ...

    Well the economy is not just about car dealers.

    In the CBD shops are shutting down in droves, so many empty windows, sometimes feels like a ghost town, beggars and drug addicts are plenty though...
  10. When I tried out the Youtube app it annoyed the...

    When I tried out the Youtube app it annoyed the shyte out of me.

    Yeah I am staying on Android 8 for many a good reason.

    So far I see no useful improvements in smart phones in last 3 years. On...
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    This will get interesting:...

    This will get interesting:
    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-02-13/with-coronavirus-still-a-threat-xi-jinping-faces-a-big-dilemma/11960724

    My punt is that China will lift travel bans in 2 weeks...
  12. Well that took you long to finally notice that....

    Well that took you long to finally notice that.
    http://www.oldversion.com/android/


    ...or stop using the stupid app and use a browser, even on Android the Youtube experience through the Duck or...
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    Dual screen rocks. I would get a proper laptop...

    Dual screen rocks.
    I would get a proper laptop and a second 24" screen.
    You need your laptop at UNI too.

    If you are on a a tight budget I would get a refurbished laptop from the business class...
  14. Actually enf you are now fault that I ordered one...

    Actually enf you are now fault that I ordered one of these a few days ago :)...
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    A household with only one soldering iron :laugh:...

    A household with only one soldering iron :laugh:

    I wouldn't know where to start counting and I would probably still miss a few portable ones :D
  16. In this world of "everything connected" it is...

    In this world of "everything connected" it is sad that some people have forgotten what hard drives were good for.
    Ransomware can infect photos stored on the cloud, basically anything that is...
  17. Out of curiosity, what does your 'unlimited'...

    Out of curiosity, what does your 'unlimited' mobile data plan cost, and is the phone leased or owned out right?
  18. Hmm... so the Note 9 comes with 512GB of storage...

    Hmm... so the Note 9 comes with 512GB of storage (option) and can fit another 512GB microSD.

    So that is 1TB of Pics and Vids instantaneously accessible in your palm.

    I wonder how much it costs...
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    I find roof cavities are like torture chambers at...

    I find roof cavities are like torture chambers at times.
    Only place I experienced them is Australia.
    Been spoilt doing most of my cable work in nice clean, airy attics with proper floors and full...
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    You are too old to think straight, who uses...

    You are too old to think straight, who uses cables these days?!

    All my smart TV's, devices, puters are on wifi and a wifi extender costs 18 bucks if you need more range.

    I have now 8 solar...
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    Not for the pigs at the trough board of...

    Not for the pigs at the trough board of directors. They keep the average income stats on the rise.
    Problem is we all can't be directors, somebody has to do the hard yakka!
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    I beg to differ with the wages. Many people in...

    I beg to differ with the wages.
    Many people in Australia work for minimum wage or in the low $20's per hour.
    Many smaller business can't pay more.
    Despite all the LNP's gloating about "high...
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    ...and now for some factual news:...

    ...and now for some factual news:
    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-01-29/wuhan-coronavirus-created-in-australian-lab-outside-of-china/11906390

    Australian research has created a test to detect...
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    One must not forget that that there up to 650,000...

    One must not forget that that there up to 650,000 respiratory deaths from influenza each year, 12500 each week.
    The influenza virus is constantly evolving on it's own.
    ...
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    Currently 3000 infected 80 died mostly elderly...

    Currently 3000 infected 80 died mostly elderly (that link in the OP is outdated), means a way too high survival rate for a bio weapon.
    Of course all the conspiracy BS will be circulating everywhere...
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