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I moved to Somerset in December 2008, and finally sold my house in Castletown in May 2009. I miss the place. Castletown rocks, though as Andreas...
Bob Bell, at the Stafford Arms. A legend.
Whatever happened to Elaine at the Rose & Crown? She was great, but disappeared all of a sudden.
Or everything in the subject field, and nothing in the body.
I did a little technical support a while back, and the most annoying thing someone...
Definitely. Do I get one for introducing you to the forum? ;)
Welcome aboard. Macs rule!
Windmill chippie FTW!
I'll have a look at the weekend. Are you anywhere near Castletown?
Did you pay in cash? If not, your bank or credit card statement might be sufficient to get an exchange.
Try repairing your permissions. Go into Disc Utility, highlight the hard drive and take it from there.
Also, mortgage repayments are higher than rents, so the more a bank does this, the lower its projected income.
When will you get the eMac? Let me know how you get on with any old keyboard, and if there are problems, I'll see if I can find one.
Any USB keyboard would do, but you MIGHT a keyboard eject button to get discs out of the optical drive. I believe the eMac has a tray loader, but...
Gnnn - I forgot. How did it go?
When I rule the world, emailing a support desk replacing previous correspondence with "tried that - didn't work" will be punishable by death.
Dang, we should have a whip-round and get him a card and some chocs, or something
I saw that on TV last night. 'wtf?' just about sums it up. It's quite the most bizarre behaviour imaginable.
Indeed. And a splendid bloke to boot.
Correction - what I thought was a second hole was actually a device to stop the sides caving in placed on the road. There's only one hole, but...
Nowhere near finished. They've barriered off most of that side of the street, parked an enormous digger there and dug a second hole, further down...
That hole was chuffing deep. Sofa's pic shows the hole in the tarmac, but there was also a massive cavity under it. No wonder they had to dig up...