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Joe the plumber

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  1. I left this forum for around 18 months last time we got into discussions about Whilton. We bought our boat from them just under four years ago and are still completely satisfied with it, so why wouldn't I like them? It seems the same people who haven't bought anything from them are still spouting the same crap. That's me gone for good this time.
  2. The fans have been demanding a documentary for years, the appeal is the band responding to this. There's nothing narcissitic about it at all. They're not rich and we've all offered to help if it got it made. Try them out Nick, there's plenty to go at and you might find you enjoy them. I didn't think they needed to improve Lodden, but they sound good to me.
  3. I've posted this in order that anyone who has enjoyed their music over the last forty or more years and would like to contribute to their proposed documentary can do so. If you aren't a fan, why bother commenting? No one is compelling you to contribute to the fund.
  4. Most of you probably won't have heard of them, but Wire, with the demise of The Fall's Mark E. Smith probably now Britain's most consistently innovative 'pop' group, are trying to raise funds to help produce a documentary about them. It's a long shot, but if anyone else here likes them and wants to donate a bit towards it, here's a link: https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/wirefilm Thanks folks.
  5. I'd have thought your telly would be measured in metric... ? (Sorry, I couldn't resist!) Frankly, I've no idea why we've got such a big telly. It's daft when you think about it. We have a 22" one on the boat and it's fine, but I suppose we are a lot further away from the one at home.
  6. Another vote for LG here (we have a 55" OLED one - not on the boat...!) and it's been splendid. I believe they make everyone else's OLED screens too.
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  8. Just a quick reminder that this event is this weekend. Incidentally, there's no mooring for visiting boats without a pre-booking on the wharf side of the lock from lunchtime tomorrow (Thursday 16th).
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  14. Oh Aviva do mess around. My van insurance has been with them for the last three years (until next week). For the following, the only change in what they're insuring is that the van and its owner are a year older each time (otherwise no mods, haven't moved house, no accidents etc, no other changes): 2017 premium £246. 2018 premium £325. (It was £382 and they couldn't reduce it when I rang, so I applied as a new customer to get the £325...!) 2019 premium £395. Tried the same trick and their site said they couldn't insure me, even though they already do! It's time to say goodbye. Admiral are quoting £232 for the same cover.
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