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TheBlacksmith

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Posted 26 Nov 2015 12:30 in The Lounge by TheBlacksmith

Only to correct spelling errors or make the post easier to understand, but is your snooping unable to detect that?

No, not from me. Too much editing going on around here, I won't bother any longer.

Posted 25 Nov 2015 19:01 in The Lounge by TheBlacksmith

Been a bit of editing going on here I see..... Seeya.

I'm not a big fan of Putin (especially over his activities in Ukraine), but at least he's had the guts to give ISIS a hard time!
Carnot
Yeah, I agree, but the US does not think Putin is  ...

[quote=Showtime][quote][quote][quote][quote]I own a special event catering company that regularly attends agricultural shows, rodeos, car shows and special events such as Australia Day and Carols by C ...

I saw a bit more about this on the midday news, it appears the Russian fighter was asked 10 times or more to get out of Turkish airspace, but the Turks seem to be a bit trigger happy, and I just wonde ...

[quote=Showtime][quote][quote]I own a special event catering company that regularly attends agricultural shows, rodeos, car shows and special events such as Australia Day and Carols by Candlelight.

A ...

Posted 25 Nov 2015 09:32 in The Lounge by TheBlacksmith

[quote=woodford]Note 1: Have a look at any smallish rural cemetery, up to the early 1950's you will see graves of people of all ages. After the mid 1950's its very rare see anyone who died early in li ...

Posted 25 Nov 2015 09:27 in The Lounge by TheBlacksmith

[quote=RTT_Rules]Quick question

Phantom 3 Advanced is basically the same as Professional apart from the camera. Advanced uses HD 1080 and Professional uses UHD 4k.

Is it really worth the extra ...

[quote=Poath Junction]One does not need to be a lawyer to understand laws. One also does not need to he a lawyer to know a link to a nobody giving advice about American law on an unmoderated yahoo.com ...

[quote=Showtime]I own a special event catering company that regularly attends agricultural shows, rodeos, car shows and special events such as Australia Day and Carols by Candlelight.

At every event ...

No need for me to google it, I understand the full ramifications of tort law.
Poath Junction
Funny, you just said you were not a lawyer. This issue arose for me about 5 years back, and I ...

[quote=Poath Junction][quote][quote]Every trader that attends a market must have PL insurance.

I see a model train exhibition with traders in attendance as no different.

If your stall collapses for ...

[quote=Showtime]Every trader that attends a market must have PL insurance.

I see a model train exhibition with traders in attendance as no different.

If your stall collapses for some unforeseen reas ...

Posted 23 Nov 2015 09:21 in The Lounge by TheBlacksmith

[quote=Valvegear]GM's current advertising is amazing.

Some little red-haired girl, possibly 8 or 10 years old, recites, parrot fashion, about "this model; that model" etc. It must be obvious to the m ...

[quote=Aaron]PLI is a big problem, the hosting organization of the show must have its own PLI.

Even with that however, they cannot assume your risk as a trader or exhibitor, sensible exhibitors sho ...

Can you actually run trains through a tunnel at speeds greater than about 160 kph? There is a huge amount of air to move out of the way in a tunnel, and the energy required to do this is massive.

Posted 20 Nov 2015 08:02 in The Lounge by TheBlacksmith

[quote=RTT_Rules]

[img]http://i.huffpost.com/gen/788392/images/r-LINDA-JOYCE-LAKES-large570.jpg[/img]

Artist representation of a 45 year old man of middle eastern decent with curly hair ...

Posted 20 Nov 2015 08:01 in The Lounge by TheBlacksmith

If I didn't know better (?) I would think that every drawing was designed to present someone as of Middle Eastern appearance.
YM-Mundrabilla
Yeah, I think that's the only way he/she know ...

Posted 19 Nov 2015 19:04 in The Lounge by TheBlacksmith

The Nine guy struck again this evening, over the woman who tried to run down a cop. It was a drawing of a middle eastern bloke with long dark hair, and was followed by footage of the real person, who  ...

Posted 19 Nov 2015 13:30 in The Lounge by TheBlacksmith

In the case of a Nine News artist, a stick figure would have been more accurate.

Posted 19 Nov 2015 08:50 in The Lounge by TheBlacksmith

[quote=RTT_Rules]By law you cannot show the face of a charged but not convicted person in the media in case they are innocent. Hence they draw or pixel.

The drawings are a hang up from the past and ...

Posted 18 Nov 2015 18:49 in The Lounge by TheBlacksmith

..for nuts. Has anyone noticed that Nine News has a resident artist who sketches likenesses when people appear in court, and that he/she can't draw to save themselves?

Every drawing looks like eve ...

[quote=CraigW][quote][quote]Meanwhile, in other news, Shorten is crashing his way around Melbourne, surely that qualifies for a whole thread on its own. I always though he was a trainwreck waiting to ...

[quote=don_dunstan][quote]Meanwhile, in other news, Shorten is crashing his way around Melbourne, surely that qualifies for a whole thread on its own. I always though he was a trainwreck waiting to ha ...

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