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What a weird day here. Started off with brilliant sunshine, really hot, so did loads of washing and sat under the sunshade with my morning coffee. Half an hour later and we're in such a mist that I can't see the other side of the valley - and the washing is back on the airer indoors!

Bet you're looking forward to that bathroom Nimby.
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nun has come out here now but its not very warm
Lots of kids doing sports on the beach so glad its dry for them
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Sun not nun lol what are we like
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17-07-2015, 06:43 AM
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Anyone give me an heads up regards the Fix A Slow Computer ad that is on this site. I mean is it worth it? Does it work? Is it expensive? etc..
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Sorry Dave, can't help. Have you tried deleting cookies etc. I find that helps a lot, otherwise mine goes to hospital! Won't touch anything advertised on here - or anywhere else. Did it once and picked up a virus.

Horrid morning here, dull grey and wet. May zoom up to Llandrindod for some bits from Aldi. Forgot my shopping list when I went out on Wednesday!

Has that nun come out yet Jac?
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My laptop is running a bit slow and its telling me my Commodo anti-viral is out of date but I don't really know what to do about it , Its supposed to be a free one
Overcast with chilly wind earlier but its warmer now , not sitting out weather because that Nun is hiding
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After posting above my Commodo anti-virus has come back on and all well. How do you get rid of cookies ?
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I'm on Google Chrome and in the top right hand corner are three horizontal lines. If you click on those, and then on "Tools" it will give you the option of deleting cookies and past browsing history. If you're not on Chrome, sorry, don't know, but there must be something similar on all ISPs.

I'm so cross I'm spitting feathers. Rob's bath seat is playing up (literally - it won't go right down into the bath). Phoned the firm contracted to sort problems with the equipment and they will not send anyone out until Monday - which means Rob has to go without his bath until then. He can have a bed bath of course, but it's not quite the same thing is it? As I said to the man in charge "How would you like to go without a bath or shower for three days when you are sat in a wheelchair all day long?" Grrr. I feel a strong letter coming on.

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Feel free to rant Sue !.......Mixture of sun and cloud here.....expecting gas man to service boiler and also an engineer to look at my fridge freezer.....the fridge part thinks it's a freezer.....had frozen strawberries the other day
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