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  1. Smudger

    Has it really come to this?

    I think that's exactly what I said - but now I'm a humourless pedant! I blame the Daily Mail...
  2. Smudger

    Ignore User

    Don't worry, Grim. You can also get a right kicking for stating the bleedin' obvious...
  3. Smudger

    Has it really come to this?

    Don't get into an insults contest, Roger. It's not very bright... and you'll lose. You just keep believing what you read in the papers. Don't think about anything for yourself...
  4. Smudger

    Books.

    Not really. I mostly read historical fiction.
  5. Smudger

    Latest design of handplane?

    There's a picture of a repro being used here - it looks much as I imagined. If you Google Image search 'Roman Planes' there's loads. Well. a few. And it's page 4 before you find porn! That's almost a record...
  6. Smudger

    Latest design of handplane?

    I got into a long conversation with someone who knew a lot about the history of planes, but it was a few years ago. He said that it wasn't completely unknown, but I can't remember the details. Yes, a bench, but a very different way of working, you must have to stand square on and use both arms...
  7. Smudger

    Has it really come to this?

    Very amusing. But if you don't know what the memo actually said, how can you make a judgement on it?
  8. Smudger

    Books.

    I liked Gorky Park - both book and film. If you want suggestions: Susanna Gregory - Matthew Bartholomew series (14th Century Cambridge), Thomas Chaloner series (1660s London). Bernard Knight - Crowner John series (set in 12th Century Exeter) Earlier - Lindsay Davies - Falco series (AD70...
  9. Smudger

    Joke

    Can I agree with that. In the context of the previous thread, and the editing of a joke here to carry on that argument, I reported the post which modified the original. I stand by that, even if none of you agree. What I want is to see the rules properly applied.
  10. Smudger

    Has it really come to this?

    But we don't know what the memo said - although it sounds a bit strange that this was done as a 'memo' - usually it would be a policy or a guideline. Perhaps this was a reminder to stick to a known rule. If, as seems likely, it was a reminder not to move head and neck-injured victims until they...
  11. Smudger

    Your best bargain buy.

    Record T5 for £30. My wife found it at a boot sale.
  12. Smudger

    Latest design of handplane?

    Has anyone mentioned that a replica's been made? Here Garratt Hack describes the iron version here - looks like York pitch to me.
  13. Smudger

    Joke

    Then why are you asking such a thing? To prove I have no sense of humour, or some such other attempt to denigrate? Ridiculous.
  14. Smudger

    Books.

    I like Bernard Cornwall, but I don't like Sharpe. Does that make sense?
  15. Smudger

    Latest design of handplane?

    Reckoned to be the first plane ever found with a cap iron, if I remember right.
  16. Smudger

    Joke

    Jake, Karl - our opinions differ. But the rules say no...
  17. Smudger

    Joke

    Mike C - Because it is a wrong thing.
  18. Smudger

    Books.

    Yes - or at least until I had read them all. And the TV series. I'm just reading a Susanna Gregory Chaloner story at the moment - have you tried any of those? She also wrote a series set in 14th Century Cambridge - have you seen them? They're good, but not the breadth of Ellis Peters. Don't get...
  19. Smudger

    Joke

    No. If you read a bit you'd know what weasel words are. Don't try that one, apart from anything else it looks dumb.
  20. Smudger

    Joke

    How many does it take? 5? 50? The post is against the rules of this forum. That is enough, surely? Or where do you stop? Like on the other place, where a South African posts terrible anti-Black rants under the heading of jokes?
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