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Iain_S

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    Gamebird : Kelpie
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    Broxburn

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  1. An answer to Alan's GDPR point. How is that avoiding the issue?
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  5. It does if the subject has given consent, which they do by agreeing to the terms and conditions. (My bold) So no need to pay for it, then?
  6. What statute expressly permits runnng a generator between 8pm and 8am? T&Cs can impose conditions, provided these conditions are not unlawful. If that were not the case, no terms and conditions are enforceable, which blows the whole area of contract law out of the water.
  7. That can be difficult. Where I am, none of the local BSS Inspectors are Gas safe registered. We managed to track down a "Gas Safe for boats " registered guy, but he said he only did the "boats" part of the course because he fancied another day away, and having lashed out for the "domestic" course (required for the LPG course),the LPG course (required for the "caravan" course), and the "caravan" course, the "boats" course wasn't a lot more money. His normal job was gas in caravams. Our options for the BSS on a trip boat were either arrange for both the gas guy and the BSS guy to be there at the same time, or fit a bubble tester. The former proved impossible, as neither could guarantee a time, both having other other commitments which took priority. We fitted a bubble tester . The local hire fleet(s) "import" a BSS Inspector every couple of years, and pay his travel and hotel expenses.
  8. Is it coming back, or permanently gone? (Didn't see it, but better half said something about it being titled "Bible tester")
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  11. Apparently, it'll miss, (Unless that's fake news, designed to keep the plebs in order 😎) https://www.space.com/asteroid-apophis-2029-flyby-planetary-defense.html
  12. Should be an easy lift, then. I think Pride of Belhaven was sold fairly recently.
  13. Iain_S

    Flooding

    We were allowed to use one for CSYS exams : a wondrous brass and steel beast with a handle on the end and a bell which rang when you overshot when doing division.
  14. I still am. Had to change browser to Firefox , but otherwise no problems.
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