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Danny-boy

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  1. arcglide liked a post in a topic by Danny-boy in Bitcoin (and other crypto currencies)   


    Me.

    I bought bitcoin at £175, sold at £850. Bought sovereigns.
  2. arcglide liked a post in a topic by Danny-boy in Bitcoin (and other crypto currencies)   


    Me.

    I bought bitcoin at £175, sold at £850. Bought sovereigns.
  3. arcglide liked a post in a topic by Danny-boy in Making a Will   
    As an aside, if anybody has any AA products (breakdown cover, insurance etc), they usually have a free will writing service.

    I did ours last year, they send it to a solicitor for checking, you make the amendments and then print & get it witnessed.

    You can change your will manually as long as you sign each change.
  4. SilverSheriff liked a post in a topic by Danny-boy in Lunar photo thread...   
    My 1kg lunar collection....


  5. Lea79 liked a post in a topic by Danny-boy in i've made a naked lady, what do you think?   
    She looks a bit like.........


  6. Lea79 liked a post in a topic by Danny-boy in i've made a naked lady, what do you think?   
    She looks a bit like.........


  7. Pampfan liked a post in a topic by Danny-boy in Today I bought (Non PM).....   
    New car came yesterday, very chuffed with it.


  8. Roy liked a post in a topic by Danny-boy in Bitcoin (and other crypto currencies)   


    No, but they won't take silver or gold either.

    Put it in a paper wallet somewhere safe and you do "hold it".
  9. Roy liked a post in a topic by Danny-boy in London Grenfell Tower Fire   
    I'm in the construction industry.

    We have something called "Value Engineering ".

    When a project comes in from tender over budget (often an unrealistic budget), VE begins.

    Expensive things are re-specified cheaper, from the same or a different manufacturer. Corners are often cut, because if you can't get the building built (or refurbished) for the money the Client is willing to spend, then it doesn't get built and the project is shelved - nobody in the project team gets any fees.

    Building Control, on most projects, have had to take on the Fire Officer role also, due to cuts, so the fire brigade generally get no direct say in anything but the largest buildings (maybe £50M plus). Building Control have so much to look at and approve, lots gets missed. LOTS.

    90% of my role is compliance inspections, and on nearly every project, I pick up numerous items that BC have missed.

    I'm a dog with a bone, I will not let anything slip the net, regardless of who has to pay to put things right.

    If I had £5 for every time I have picked up something that could cause serious injury or death, I'd be sitting by the Med right now.
  10. Danny-boy liked a post in a topic by kimchi in Hot weather   
    How's the water? Last I heard it isn't what it oughta.
  11. RichRock liked a post in a topic by Danny-boy in Hot weather   
    I'm in Minorca. It's ace.
  12. Roy liked a post in a topic by Danny-boy in London Grenfell Tower Fire   
    I'm in the construction industry.

    We have something called "Value Engineering ".

    When a project comes in from tender over budget (often an unrealistic budget), VE begins.

    Expensive things are re-specified cheaper, from the same or a different manufacturer. Corners are often cut, because if you can't get the building built (or refurbished) for the money the Client is willing to spend, then it doesn't get built and the project is shelved - nobody in the project team gets any fees.

    Building Control, on most projects, have had to take on the Fire Officer role also, due to cuts, so the fire brigade generally get no direct say in anything but the largest buildings (maybe £50M plus). Building Control have so much to look at and approve, lots gets missed. LOTS.

    90% of my role is compliance inspections, and on nearly every project, I pick up numerous items that BC have missed.

    I'm a dog with a bone, I will not let anything slip the net, regardless of who has to pay to put things right.

    If I had £5 for every time I have picked up something that could cause serious injury or death, I'd be sitting by the Med right now.
  13. Roy liked a post in a topic by Danny-boy in London Grenfell Tower Fire   
    I'm in the construction industry.

    We have something called "Value Engineering ".

    When a project comes in from tender over budget (often an unrealistic budget), VE begins.

    Expensive things are re-specified cheaper, from the same or a different manufacturer. Corners are often cut, because if you can't get the building built (or refurbished) for the money the Client is willing to spend, then it doesn't get built and the project is shelved - nobody in the project team gets any fees.

    Building Control, on most projects, have had to take on the Fire Officer role also, due to cuts, so the fire brigade generally get no direct say in anything but the largest buildings (maybe £50M plus). Building Control have so much to look at and approve, lots gets missed. LOTS.

    90% of my role is compliance inspections, and on nearly every project, I pick up numerous items that BC have missed.

    I'm a dog with a bone, I will not let anything slip the net, regardless of who has to pay to put things right.

    If I had £5 for every time I have picked up something that could cause serious injury or death, I'd be sitting by the Med right now.
  14. Roy liked a post in a topic by Danny-boy in London Grenfell Tower Fire   
    I'm in the construction industry.

    We have something called "Value Engineering ".

    When a project comes in from tender over budget (often an unrealistic budget), VE begins.

    Expensive things are re-specified cheaper, from the same or a different manufacturer. Corners are often cut, because if you can't get the building built (or refurbished) for the money the Client is willing to spend, then it doesn't get built and the project is shelved - nobody in the project team gets any fees.

    Building Control, on most projects, have had to take on the Fire Officer role also, due to cuts, so the fire brigade generally get no direct say in anything but the largest buildings (maybe £50M plus). Building Control have so much to look at and approve, lots gets missed. LOTS.

    90% of my role is compliance inspections, and on nearly every project, I pick up numerous items that BC have missed.

    I'm a dog with a bone, I will not let anything slip the net, regardless of who has to pay to put things right.

    If I had £5 for every time I have picked up something that could cause serious injury or death, I'd be sitting by the Med right now.
  15. Roy liked a post in a topic by Danny-boy in London Grenfell Tower Fire   
    I'm in the construction industry.

    We have something called "Value Engineering ".

    When a project comes in from tender over budget (often an unrealistic budget), VE begins.

    Expensive things are re-specified cheaper, from the same or a different manufacturer. Corners are often cut, because if you can't get the building built (or refurbished) for the money the Client is willing to spend, then it doesn't get built and the project is shelved - nobody in the project team gets any fees.

    Building Control, on most projects, have had to take on the Fire Officer role also, due to cuts, so the fire brigade generally get no direct say in anything but the largest buildings (maybe £50M plus). Building Control have so much to look at and approve, lots gets missed. LOTS.

    90% of my role is compliance inspections, and on nearly every project, I pick up numerous items that BC have missed.

    I'm a dog with a bone, I will not let anything slip the net, regardless of who has to pay to put things right.

    If I had £5 for every time I have picked up something that could cause serious injury or death, I'd be sitting by the Med right now.
  16. Roy liked a post in a topic by Danny-boy in London Grenfell Tower Fire   
    I'm in the construction industry.

    We have something called "Value Engineering ".

    When a project comes in from tender over budget (often an unrealistic budget), VE begins.

    Expensive things are re-specified cheaper, from the same or a different manufacturer. Corners are often cut, because if you can't get the building built (or refurbished) for the money the Client is willing to spend, then it doesn't get built and the project is shelved - nobody in the project team gets any fees.

    Building Control, on most projects, have had to take on the Fire Officer role also, due to cuts, so the fire brigade generally get no direct say in anything but the largest buildings (maybe £50M plus). Building Control have so much to look at and approve, lots gets missed. LOTS.

    90% of my role is compliance inspections, and on nearly every project, I pick up numerous items that BC have missed.

    I'm a dog with a bone, I will not let anything slip the net, regardless of who has to pay to put things right.

    If I had £5 for every time I have picked up something that could cause serious injury or death, I'd be sitting by the Med right now.
  17. Roy liked a post in a topic by Danny-boy in London Grenfell Tower Fire   
    I'm in the construction industry.

    We have something called "Value Engineering ".

    When a project comes in from tender over budget (often an unrealistic budget), VE begins.

    Expensive things are re-specified cheaper, from the same or a different manufacturer. Corners are often cut, because if you can't get the building built (or refurbished) for the money the Client is willing to spend, then it doesn't get built and the project is shelved - nobody in the project team gets any fees.

    Building Control, on most projects, have had to take on the Fire Officer role also, due to cuts, so the fire brigade generally get no direct say in anything but the largest buildings (maybe £50M plus). Building Control have so much to look at and approve, lots gets missed. LOTS.

    90% of my role is compliance inspections, and on nearly every project, I pick up numerous items that BC have missed.

    I'm a dog with a bone, I will not let anything slip the net, regardless of who has to pay to put things right.

    If I had £5 for every time I have picked up something that could cause serious injury or death, I'd be sitting by the Med right now.
  18. CarlosSilver liked a post in a topic by Danny-boy in Smok vape   


    Exactly what I was going to say Carlos.

    I have been vaping for 7 years and not touched a cigarette in that time.

    The new sub-ohm stuff is very strange to me. I'm on 18mg but only use 1.5ml a day.
  19. evende liked a post in a topic by Danny-boy in 2010 Full Sovereign   


    Lol.

    I have 22 of them actually, but not sure what happened with the double post!!!
  20. MarkW liked a post in a topic by Danny-boy in New Member Midlands   


    Seconded.
  21. barney liked a post in a topic by Danny-boy in 2010 Full Sovereign   
    £240 inc special delivery.
  22. barney liked a post in a topic by Danny-boy in Been offered these   


    eBay.

    You may leave now.
  23. barney liked a post in a topic by Danny-boy in Been offered these   


    eBay.

    You may leave now.
  24. barney liked a post in a topic by Danny-boy in Been offered these   


    eBay.

    You may leave now.
  25. HelpingHands liked a post in a topic by Danny-boy in Bitcoin (and other crypto currencies)   


    They are all on paper wallets in the safe, as my BTC was before I sold it.

    Assume that's ok?