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Member postings for Glyn44

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Thread: Mobile hangar fittings
19/05/2019 13:37:14

Phew, so relieved.

19/05/2019 11:48:57

I reckon that’s a serious mid-life crises, when you sell your sports car for a van!

Thread: Fantasy Formula 1
14/05/2019 17:04:37

How boring can it get? Not much more methinks.

Thread: IT help required please
14/05/2019 17:02:59

Step one, no cost. Try SD card in another computer.

Thread: CAA registration consulation
03/05/2019 09:44:42

Who is going to police this? Can’t see the boys in blue taking an interest. They won’t even rock up here if your burgled, had your vehicle nicked/damaged etc.

Thread: failed e-flite SAFE receiver
02/05/2019 21:04:50

Tim is spot on. I had two flyaways using said receiver. Both landed safely. Retrieving was difficult as both occurred well into fields of fully grown crops, one wheat, the other rape. Never used the Rx since.

Thread: Electric Cars.
22/04/2019 17:58:00

Just bought, yesterday, a Range Rover sport, V8 absolutely stunning. Electric nah.

Thread: Prostate Cancer
08/04/2019 07:33:38
Posted by BackinBlack on 07/04/2019 19:38:23:

Just a year since I was diagnosed with stage 2/3 Prostate Cancer. I had had regular "finger" examinations, up to about 3 years ago as I had for some time had a need to get up during the night for a pee. Findings were only of a slightly enlarged Prostate, no need to worry. Need to get up during the night increased to 2 sometimes 3 times, mentioned this to doctor, PSA test followed immediately which showed significantly raised PSA levels. Immediate referral to Urology department at Churchill Hospital Oxford. MRI and Multipoint biopsy followed quickly, then offered either surgery or radiotherapy plus hormone treatment. I chose surgery, 4.5 hour keyhole surgery, home next day a few weeks recuperation and almost back to normal. 8 Weeks from referral to Surgery, can't praise the Churchill team enough, they were brilliant.

A year on and all is clear.

If you're over 50 PSA tests are available on demand, so if in doubt get tested, it's only a simple blood test and might avoid the consequences of Prostate Cancer.


I am, as of last Friday, at this stage. Now awaiting a bone scan to ensure the C hasn’t spread. It goes into bones apparently. I’m told that if that is clear, then I get the hormone plus radiation treatment (every day for 4 to 7 weeks)

i haven’t been offered the keyhole surgery option. Do you think I should query that? The consultant mentioned that 1 in 8 men will suffer this, so yea get checked. Early is good.

Thread: Smart tv
12/03/2019 07:34:27

If the above methods still defeat you it is always possible to copy your images onto a usb memory stick then insert the stick into a USB port on the tv, select that port from the inputs menu, and bobs your uncle.

Thread: Another scam? Sinister this time
05/02/2019 18:20:40

I feel I’m really missing out here now. Why have I never had one of these calls. Do I need to change supplier?

Thread: Dave Burton (BEB)
01/01/2019 11:49:41

Truly sad news. RIP & condolences to all his family and friends.

Thread: Christmas 2018 Gifts
25/12/2018 20:16:38

Xbox for me. So probably never need to go out the house again!

Thread: Gatwick drone incident
20/12/2018 17:13:46

Surely these devices return to the pilots position. Follow it, and bobs your uncle. Either by sight or using police UAV.

Am I being too simplistic here?

Thread: my dremel drill
05/12/2018 11:36:29

Electrolube. Ah the memories from the 60/70’s when elecrinices was mostly valve bases and mechanical relays.

I feel even older now, thanks for that!

Thread: New Sopwith Pup from DBSportandScale
04/12/2018 16:29:45

Small, 60” !!!

Thread: my dremel drill
04/12/2018 16:26:40

You’ve been suckered. Bought a look alike 4 yrs ago, used weekly no problems. ( half the price )

Your only hope copious amounts of WD 40.

Thread: Best Spyware
30/11/2018 19:38:04
Posted by AndyD on 30/11/2018 17:35:29:

similar topic is there any thing to stop laptops freezing,mines just started to freeze and getting worse.

Yep, place near radiator!

Thread: Aldi Bench Drill
30/11/2018 19:35:37

Bought the drill last time around, no problems at all. Only thing to note perhaps is that the top covet has to be lifted and the belt manually moved to change the speed.

Recommended, yes.

Thread: Great Service - But!
17/08/2018 08:34:16

Also there’s nowhere to drive to in Norway, so electric cars ok for nipping down the shop!

16/08/2018 08:39:34

When I used to do our weekly shop, it was not unusual to need three or four plastic bags to carry the goods in. It was a bonus if I could pick up extra bags lying in the bagging area.

Why, because we reused the empty bags to line our kitchen bin. So result of the bag ban is I now have to buy a roll of plastic bags.

So basically it’s just cost us money. Ah well such is life!

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