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You suck at the internet

How about

http://www.motorradiators.co.uk/

http://www.nrf.co.uk/

http://www.proalloy.co.uk/

http://www.titan-lite.com/

Can't be bothered to make 'em clicky for you - you need to practice your typing anyway - one day I'll teach you the mysteries of cut'n'paste.

I've never dealt with any of them - NRF offer 2500 cores - some in ali.

:D

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this is coming from the IT specialist that didnt know how to work windows movie maker? :huh: gotta admit I was worried the titan lite site might be one of your special interest sites :unsure: but good finds!

Thanks Br00nie and Rubber Princess :)

dont you start John!

next it'll be mogsquad-stickboy and special child! <_<

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this is coming from the IT specialist that didnt know how to work windows movie maker? :huh:

Movie Maker on Microsoft Windows - thats not IT - thats a toy.

I'm currently configuring an Enterprise Linux installation to have multipathed SAN disks using a HP EVA SAN with Emulex HBAs, with the end result of running an Oracle Database that will support a clearing application for a FTSE 100 company.

But Linux isn't really my specialist subject, as I'm a Solaris man really.

My kids do Microsoft however, but they weren't on-line when I asked about movies - they were at primary school :lol:

Sorry kinda drifted then - back to Google........

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Movie Maker on Microsoft Windows - thats not IT - thats a toy.

I'm currently configuring an Enterprise Linux installation to have multipathed SAN disks using a HP EVA SAN with Emulex HBAs, with the end result of running an Oracle Database that will support a clearing application for a FTSE 100 company.

But Linux isn't really my specialist subject, as I'm a Solaris man really.

My kids do Microsoft however, but they weren't on-line when I asked about movies - they were at primary school :lol:

Sorry kinda drifted then - back to Google........

'spect you think thats tough do you?

pah - I once programmed "hunt the wumpus" on a ZX80 - beat that spanky :lol:

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very true Nige - personally I think Andy at Allisport is;

a) a really nice guy and a gentleman to boot

B) sickenly talented with a tig

c) annoyingly worth every penny he charges (which isnt a lot for the quality)

but in an effort to get my tig groove back on most of petals back end is now aluminium and I fancied knocking up a charge cooler, radiator and some more cup holders - that and Moglite wanted something called a "Didlo rack"? but Im not sure if I read that right though :unsure:

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If you do, be aware that some braches (EG southampton) are just outlets and have all the technical knowledge of the average McDonalds staff. Portsmouth know what they're on about. I split the difference and went to the chaps in the shed that are half way between the two :D

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thanks chaps - there's even one in Reading :)

while on the "I cant find my own backside" tip - anyone know the name of the big commercial breakers that borders the M27? I keep passing it and dont know 1) how to get to it and 2) what its called :(

I needs some lorry bits :)

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Getting to it is easy, leave at that exit off the M27, go towards southampton on and leave at the first exit, over the bridge into the industrial estate and follow the road to the end...as for their name it currently illudes me!

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Getting to it is easy, leave at that exit off the M27, go towards southampton on and leave at the first exit, over the bridge into the industrial estate and follow the road to the end...as for their name " it currently illudes me!"

unusual name for a breakers

heading fir the door as I type :)

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