Journey’s End?


John Clark May 8, 2016 at 00:43   “Beachcomber”    Ah, memories. My parents used …

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John Clark
May 8, 2016 at 00:43
Ah, memories. My parents used to read  the  “Daily Express” and I remember the column.
John with the amount of Court appearances* you have had (I will rephrase that)  *Court reports you have produced recently,  I would have thought Mr. Justice Cocklecarrot and the twelve red-bearded dwarves would come to mind. 12

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Big Pink
May 8, 2016 at 15:22
You are of course correct.  Many say my reading tastes are eclectic.
While on the subject of guitars, ( forgive the outrageous pun),  from your avatar I would have you down as a Gibson Les Paul or Fender Stratocaster player?

Koss and a strat? Unthinkable – although he did try a Hendrix impersonation in his latter and sadly befuddled days.

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May 5, 2016 at 23:02
Mods what is going on that a page load via 2gb WiFi takes circa 5 minutes lately ?
You mention  “5 minutes lately” so we are talking about speed.
The  ”2gb” does not refer to speed  it refers to usage.
2gb would be  2000 mb (per second)  (speed)
The fastest speed in the UK at present is Virgin Vivid  200 Mbps  Broadband.
I would guess you are using a tablet or phone. 
My PC shifts 106.77 Mbps  (cable connection)  but when connected via wifi  my phone  can only reach  44.65 Mbps.
I use ookla speed test to check both, website for PC and App for phone/tablet
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