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True, but I don't think it's because they're skinflints just so much as because there's simply no need to pay. I speculate that the same target market are happily paying for content when it's delivered over mobile phone (ringtones, video clips, etc etc) and the charging mechanisms exist -and indeed,...
When I moved to this flat, the previous tenant had left a TV and digibox behind, but the shared aerial for the block is not up to the task and I decided after trying it that it wasn't worth the hassle. So I removed the aerial connection and detuned the channels (this is said to be sufficient to demo...
DaveP wrote:No. Left external reproductive gland and left half of bosom typically hang lower.
I realised the other day that so does the left side of my pelvis. I don't think there's any fundamental reason for that though, I'm just standing lopsidedly
- 12 Sep 2008, 6:50pm
- Forum: Non-standard, Human Powered Vehicles
- Topic: what you got then?
- Replies: 37
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Cunobelin wrote:Please define what you would accept........
I wonder whether a pair of inline speed skates (carbon fibre, custom moulded to my feet) constitutes a human powered vehicle. I speculate that the CTC insurers would say no, though