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This is a thing now in Scotland - guy spent ages grooming a wild red squirrel to take the pic. Loads of pretty much identical pics out there already as per Google. Anywayz...

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Around 30 years ago, when I was in my 20s, I had a chat with an old boy Percy, who used to frequent my local. He came from a village well outside Llanelli, pretty rural. When he was a young man, so back in the 30s, every other week the Dentist visited on his bike. He charged a penny for anaesthetic and a penny per tooth removal. Being a bit short of cash that month, he decided to opt out of the anaesthetic. He said he thought he was going to die. Never again did he attempt that. What a job being a Dentisit was back then. Even worse as a patient.


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 21, 2018 1:52 am 
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Geoff Ross is very good at marketing, I figure this has his fingerprints all over it.

Doesn't change the fact that Moa is dull as dishwater.


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 21, 2018 2:42 am 
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Geoff Ross is very good at marketing, I figure this has his fingerprints all over it.

Doesn't change the fact that Moa is dull as dishwater.


And still better than Tui


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I was sucked in by Tui's marketing once and tried it as a result. Sweet dishwater.

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 21, 2018 9:06 am 
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 21, 2018 9:06 am 
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Wilderbeast wrote:
Jay Cee Gee wrote:
Geoff Ross is very good at marketing, I figure this has his fingerprints all over it.

Doesn't change the fact that Moa is dull as dishwater.


And still better than Tui



Well yeah, thought that was self evident.


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 21, 2018 9:58 am 
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barely recognised him...

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 21, 2018 11:05 am 
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I was sucked in by Tui's marketing once and tried it as a result. Sweet dishwater.

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And darken it a bit, you’ll have a nice establishing shot for a Bond film.


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 21, 2018 12:57 pm 
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usermame wrote:
I was sucked in by Tui's marketing once and tried it as a result. Sweet dishwater.

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Appears legit, Muskö.


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 21, 2018 12:58 pm 
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You do realise that these posts are so big it is a waste of time opening them as the only way to see them is scrolling up and down left and right so you never see more than about a quarter of the picture at a time.


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I always just open the picture in a new tab and it automatically resizes to fit the window. Then you can click on an area of interest to zoom in if you fancy it.


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 21, 2018 2:28 pm 
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You do realise that these posts are so big it is a waste of time opening them as the only way to see them is scrolling up and down left and right so you never see more than about a quarter of the picture at a time.

That depends what device you're browsing PR on. If it's a phone then yes, this would be an issue but a decent tablet, laptop or PC won't have that problem.

Having said that, there are plenty of phpBB plugins out there that automatically resize pictures, any decent admin would be able to install one in a matter of minutes...... oh....


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I browse on a PC with 22" screens. I can see less than a quarter of that particular image. They're too big for any type of device when embedded at full size.


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 21, 2018 2:39 pm 
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I browse on a PC with 22" screens. I can see less than a quarter of that particular image. They're too big for any type of device when embedded at full size.

I'm browsing on a tablet and when I click on the spoiler I can see the whole image. Chrome automagically fits it to my screen.


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Traveller wrote:
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I browse on a PC with 22" screens. I can see less than a quarter of that particular image. They're too big for any type of device when embedded at full size.

I'm browsing on a tablet and when I click on the spoiler I can see the whole image. Chrome automagically fits it to my screen.


Firefox doesn't... I'm on a laptop. They're just too big and I can't be arsed f**king around with add ons to resize them. I'm lazy like that.


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Traveller wrote:
Nolanator wrote:
I browse on a PC with 22" screens. I can see less than a quarter of that particular image. They're too big for any type of device when embedded at full size.

I'm browsing on a tablet and when I click on the spoiler I can see the whole image. Chrome automagically fits it to my screen.

Not on my PC or laptop.

For giant pics, it's best to just post a link directly to the picture, same as with enormous gifs on that thread.


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I browse on a PC with 22" screens. I can see less than a quarter of that particular image. They're too big for any type of device when embedded at full size.

I'm browsing on a tablet and when I click on the spoiler I can see the whole image. Chrome automagically fits it to my screen.


Firefox doesn't... I'm on a laptop. They're just too big and I can't be arsed f**king around with add ons to resize them. I'm lazy like that.


In firefox you should be able to right click and hit "view image" which should then fit it to your screen size.


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Traveller wrote:
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I browse on a PC with 22" screens. I can see less than a quarter of that particular image. They're too big for any type of device when embedded at full size.

I'm browsing on a tablet and when I click on the spoiler I can see the whole image. Chrome automagically fits it to my screen.


Firefox doesn't... I'm on a laptop. They're just too big and I can't be arsed f**king around with add ons to resize them. I'm lazy like that.

It does yeah.


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In firefox you should be able to right click and hit "view image" which should then fit it to your screen size.


There's something I didn't know and do now.


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Nolanator wrote:
I always just open the picture in a new tab and it automatically resizes to fit the window. Then you can click on an area of interest to zoom in if you fancy it.

I just tried that. Well, I had to copy image location then paste and go, but the effect was much the same. I had no idea that was what the image looked like.


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guy smiley wrote:
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In firefox you should be able to right click and hit "view image" which should then fit it to your screen size.


There's something I didn't know and do now.
Make sure you hit the back button or you'll close the window.


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Endless posts without pics, you bitches...speaking of which, Christchurch Black Power are reduced to rape by bicycle...times are hard, and so is he...

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Could you imagine this here :lol: :(
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The water in the flood channels is really clean; people don’t litter in it and sewage doesn’t get mixed there either. Its quality is even better than tap water and fish swim freely in it. Underground water that is delivered to these channels could be used as ice or for cooking. This system is called kabata. In Shiga Prefecture the channels are constructed at different heights — the lower ones are used to wash dishes the remains of which get eaten by fish. If you leave a dirty plate for 3 hours, you won’t have to wash it — the carp will eat it all.

These channels are a point of interest in Japan. Paid tourist tours bring enough money for the repair and cleaning of the channels.


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