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Antelope
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Godstone, Surrey, England
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Disc golf, Sever side scripting, music, not in that order.

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  1. In Topic:So, what's going on today?

    18 August 2017 - 11:20 AM

    Today I won a raffle. Now the proud owner of a miniature barbeque.
  2. In Topic:So, what's going on today?

    17 August 2017 - 08:47 AM

    View Postrct, on 17 August 2017 - 07:12 AM, said:

    Happy Birthday Farns!

    Off to west Philly today, the Expo center, for Mrs and her Bead show stuff. I'll be schleppin a couple guitars and some stuff out for some tradin action, hopefully an amp I've been hankering for. Mrs Birthday Saturday, bottle of La Grande Dame 2006 for that. Should be a slammin weekend.

    rct


    Thanks mate.
  3. In Topic:So, what's going on today?

    17 August 2017 - 08:47 AM

    View Postpippy, on 17 August 2017 - 06:58 AM, said:

    A (belated) Happy Birthday, Farns!
    Nice to hear you had some quality 'Me' time. It really does do one good!

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    I'm currently on holiday in La Rochelle.
    Today had a lazy breakfast then took my 13-y-o daughter to a mixed-media type shop. She bought 6 Manga books - all in French so at least something useful might come of them. On a whim I bought four CDs; CSNY - 'Deja Vu'; Mark Knopfler - 'Kill to get Crimson'; Kate Bush - 'Never for Ever' and the eponymous album by the Stray Cats. After that it was a brief visit to the beach then back here for 'local produce' lunch. Mid-afternoon we will all be going off to the swimming-pool / water park.
    I intend to play some guitar later on. My left ring-finger still hasn't healed - an ongoing and very VERY annoying issue since May 1st. - but I keep my Epi(*) Hummingbird here and the good doctor told me to play guitar as this would help regain movement. Here's hoping. Three-and-a-half months without much use of 3rd and 4th fingers of my fretting hand has been somewhat frustrating...

    Pip.

    (*) This is an abbreviation for 'Epiphone' and not a pet name. 'Birdy' doesn't have a pet name.
    Just thought I'd make that clear right now. You know how pet some folks can be.

    Oops. I meant to type 'petty'...



    Thanks dude!

    Yes, don't abbreviate or use pet names. Allie wouldn't like that.
  4. In Topic:So, what's going on today?

    17 August 2017 - 06:26 AM

    View PostMegafrog, on 10 August 2017 - 06:23 PM, said:

    I have worked in COBOL, JCL, C++, C#, VB, T-SQL, PL-SQL and MDX but now mostly work on databases using T-SQL, C# and MDX (SSAS). Do you code?


    A little. PHP really, with the obligatory SQL that goes with that, so not on the same level.
  5. In Topic:So, what's going on today?

    17 August 2017 - 06:21 AM

    Yesterday was my birthday and I took the day off. Spent most of it alone and had a lovely day. Worked on some bonsai trees, played a bit of guitar, watched some TV, played with the dog and thoroughly enjoyed my own company.

    It's nice to have a day to yourself occasionally.

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    Duende 

    17 Nov 2011 - 14:39
    Right [thumbup]
    Apples and dinosaurs (LMAO) is when you want to say WTF!! those two things are nothing alike - and just cannot even begin to be compared!
    he he, you get it!!
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    Duende 

    06 Jun 2011 - 05:54
    hi
    His name is Keith Turkington. Remember this was a few years back, so his charges maybe more now.
    07789 899820
    He fixes x ray machines in the day and makes guitars and fixes string instruments in the evening.
    Cheers
    Matt
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    sausagefingers 

    02 Jun 2011 - 11:28
    ok. i thought we had to pay v.a.t. i,l take a peek at thomann now
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    sausagefingers 

    02 Jun 2011 - 11:28
    ok. i thought we had to pay v.a.t. i,l take a peek at thomann now
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    sausagefingers 

    02 Jun 2011 - 09:12
    Thanks for that Farn, your right i think gak is my best option, i cant go outside the u.k. import duties are so high...
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