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Sparky06/01/2010 21:59:52
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Julian
 
Cheers mate
 
Back ups yes..........using them...no..........all infected.
 
Virus's are.......
 
Fraudload.gho (release date 4th Jan 2010)(Trojan-Downloader.Win32.FraudLoad.gho)
FraudPack.ajrt
BHO.adch (release date 06.01.2010) (Trojan.Win32.BHO.adch)
 
 As it says, all fraudulent and will download your files in an instant!!!
 
These were found 'after' the new install and still its finding more in the Internet files so, always double-treble check your anti viruses and spyware are up to date and scan at least once a week!!!
 
Derek
 
Ha ha ha..........hope you like skiing!

Olly

You can start it if you want mate

Marc
Andrew Goodfield07/01/2010 11:31:09
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Pictures of my snowed in workshop in Wiltshire. Note the "virginal" pathway!!!
Sparky07/01/2010 12:30:41
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Very nice Andrew,
 

 
Marc

Edited By sparky on 07/01/2010 15:58:11

Oddjob07/01/2010 14:20:06
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Be Grateful for Global Warming!
 
Just imagine how bad it could be now if we didn't have Global Warming to mitigate the present conditions!
 
Richard
George Arnold07/01/2010 16:09:50
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That's better the snow storm has cleared and i can see the pictures, despite the snow we are getting our post and milk delivered and so far the dust bin emptied,
 Issue223 Good Woodworking dropped through the letter box this morning , with free Bosch jigsaw blades, very handy , there is a good lot of reviews , on tools , an article by Richard Raffan on chucks, suggesting you only need ten chucks in total, I hope you saved some of your christmas monies
 
 We are due some more snow tonight, and it's bl**dy cold out.
 Memo stay indoors and read the mag.
 
George
George Arnold07/01/2010 21:51:45
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Have any of you got the latest isuue of Good Woodworking
 
George
Doug07/01/2010 22:10:28
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Chance would be a fine thing George,  we haven`t seen the postman for a week.
 
 
Baz  
Tommy mc glynn 107/01/2010 22:28:27
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hi guys
just to let you all know about a other down side to the frost. i took in all my glue the other day. one of the kids found it and start making her art in bedroom. now my glue is safe on her floor walls bed . now the wife as said she will burn the workshop with me in it. looking on the bright side at lest i well be warm
Ralph Harvey08/01/2010 01:00:52
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Talking of glue, dont leave PVA out in this weather if it freezes you might as well throw it away its no good after it thaws.?
 
Ralph
Sparky08/01/2010 06:31:52
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Ralph
 
Is this the same for waterproof PVA glues?
 
I do know it says on the label only to use between +5 to +25('ish, not in shed at mo) but, nothing on the label for after use in freezing temperatures.
 
Interesting to know though.
 
Marc
Olly Parry-Jones08/01/2010 09:00:06
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I've not noticed any of my PVAs freeze before...
 
What I do before gluing at this time of year is to stand the bottle on my oil-filled radiator for five-to-ten minutes before hand. This at least keeps the glues warm!
 
If it's something small and I'm using a five-to-ten minute glue then, I'll stand it on top of or close to the radiator so that it cures properly. Anything larger is glued up in the workshop quickly and, after wiping off the excess, I then drag it indoors and leave it for a few hours.
 
If PVA dries white then, it hasn't cured properly. It should always dry clear.
George Arnold08/01/2010 15:07:58
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All PVA glues are effected by frost as are emulsions.
 
 We had a liitle snow last night; it's been thawing today, sun shining.
Picture of water mill in the snow

 

 George


Sparky08/01/2010 15:10:45
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You look a tad cold in your knickers George, I would go back in doors and warm up mate
 
Marc
Ron Davis08/01/2010 16:36:16
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George, my copy came yesterday, and it is a good'un. Surprisingly the post came at 9.15 where we usually have to wait till 1.30
 
Ron
George Arnold08/01/2010 19:43:45
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Sparky
 Iv'e got me thermals on,                                                                                             Ron has your jigsaw  got that  type of blade fitting, mine has it is a Bosch, I am afraid I will have to change jaws, can't see my way to buying 10 chucks.
 
Tommy , you have come to a sticky end by the sound of it, I bet you never had a glue what your kid was up to
 
 George
 

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