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    Quote Originally Posted by 4bee View Post
    ……………….. Btw, those windows could have been great candidates for a hook or shackle if something went tits up.
    Yes, but notice he has parked his Landie behind the windows, so good thinking on his part.
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    Doesn't appear to be any elastic strap in the gear, so unlikely to be anything flying very far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RANDLOVER View Post
    Yes, but notice he has parked his Landie behind the windows, so good thinking on his part.
    How do you work that out RL?

    More space in front of the winch gives more space for something to get airborne, even sideways, but hey, it is his gaff & so long as he doesn't take mine out then thats ok.

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    I was talking not in terms of pure physics, but more in terms of voodoo physics, in that there are couple of "sacrificial" windows to hit before anything hits the car.
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    There must be something in Brissie water.

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    I started by going through the filing cabinets & getting rid of 35 years of receipts & appliance bools of items we no longer have . Files are almost empty now. Now I am putting 30 years of tax files through the paper shredder. A slow job can only shred 4pages at a time & put around 30 through before the shredder shuts down & have to wait for it to cool down,so far in the last couple of days I have done 3 years worth of tax & non tax paper work. At this rate should take me through till all this is over. By taking out all the paperwork except it has given us back one full cupboard in the spare bedroom, Wife will soon fill that up with something else though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1950landy View Post
    I started by going through the filing cabinets & getting rid of 35 years of receipts & appliance bools of items we no longer have . Files are almost empty now. Now I am putting 30 years of tax files through the paper shredder. A slow job can only shred 4pages at a time & put around 30 through before the shredder shuts down & have to wait for it to cool down,so far in the last couple of days I have done 3 years worth of tax & non tax paper work. At this rate should take me through till all this is over. By taking out all the paperwork except it has given us back one full cupboard in the spare bedroom, Wife will soon fill that up with something else though.
    A couple of litres of petrol should sort the other 27 years worth out in about 10 minutes Lockdown/Stay-in-place situation, What are you planning to do?
    Or maybe a better shredder
    Ours does at least 30 sheets at a time
    (Even does CDs/DVDs)
    Lockdown/Stay-in-place situation, What are you planning to do?Lockdown/Stay-in-place situation, What are you planning to do?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gav 110 View Post
    A couple of litres of petrol should sort the other 27 years worth out in about 10 minutes Lockdown/Stay-in-place situation, What are you planning to do?
    Or maybe a better shredder
    Ours does at least 30 sheets at a time
    (Even does CDs/DVDs)
    Lockdown/Stay-in-place situation, What are you planning to do?Lockdown/Stay-in-place situation, What are you planning to do?
    Gee, what sort of DVDs would need shredding
    Umm, perhaps you shouldn't answer that here!
    If I can't remember, then it never happened!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saitch View Post
    Gee, what sort of DVDs would need shredding
    Umm, perhaps you shouldn't answer that here!
    All the old bananas in pyjamas dvds from when the kids were young
    We couldn’t give them away as no one has a DVD player anymore
    Keep all the good ones at the back of the cupboards away from the kids, only see the light of day (more the dark of night) when the kids are on sleep overs
    You never know when they might “surprise” you late at nightLockdown/Stay-in-place situation, What are you planning to do?Lockdown/Stay-in-place situation, What are you planning to do?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gav 110 View Post
    All the old bananas in pyjamas dvds from when the kids were young
    We couldn’t give them away as no one has a DVD player anymore
    Keep all the good ones at the back of the cupboards away from the kids, only see the light of day (more the dark of night) when the kids are on sleep overs
    You never know when they might “surprise” you late at nightLockdown/Stay-in-place situation, What are you planning to do?Lockdown/Stay-in-place situation, What are you planning to do?

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