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  1. This pretty much. Not only is it a money pit costing way more than the spreadsheet, but the indirect costs ranging from customer experience to internal staff just giving up and walking because there is so many obstacles must be huge too. Absolutely dire in the whole, especially when larger sections are 'owned' and managed their end.... fucking useless. Have this amazing ability of churning out such gash initially, then incrementally improving it so little every time it's sent back, most just give up and accept the shite or fix it themselves. Yet we have a smattering of individuals that are very capable in isolation - must be culture.
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    Epstein

    shit I missed that.... it fucking is...
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    Epstein

    kicks in a few hours after death, not on a stretcher being given resuscitation on the way to hospital
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    Epstein

    his nose is wrong
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    Epstein

    Whats he holding? Do dead peoples hands have tension like this?
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    Epstein

    The sad thing is they don't even need to care about how it looks these days.
  7. Acceptable collateral damage as far as TPTB are concerned. Modern society is geared towards keeping people on the very brink as a form of keeping the economy going and people in check... as this chap unfortunately discovered, people will easily get consumed by it.
  8. There is a Spar near me with a walk in beer/wine chiller - I might need to pop in for an hour or so
  9. Go away, turn on central heating, set thermostat to 15c - job done.
  10. OK I was sceptical, but the hairdryer has reached here... I can't take instant heat and always take a few days to get used to it. Started fixing the towel rail and gave up after 2 minutes - now sat on the sofa in a dark room in front of the fan
  11. I couldn't wear something like that through fear of damaging it or being a target. I appreciate a decent bit of kit, but after a point there's not much to be gained - I guess in this case it's the materials it's made from which is a bit different Maybe get advice from a dedicated watch forum? A lot of high end ones tend to hold (or even gain their value) so might be worth stashing away if you don't need the cash.
  12. Tried it - like with any fad diet you just end up putting it back on and more.
  13. More stifling regulation for the small business