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2021-10-11 09:08:26 UTC
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2021-10-11 09:20:33 UTC
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http://youtu.be/CclL-j0Y2mQ
That's an odd one. I imagine it's caused by some physical impact to the
surface of the screen which has damaged the LCDs behind it. Normally you get
a complete horizontal or vertical line of pixels affected, rather than
isolated areas of the screen. I have a horrible feeling it's going to need a
new screen...
Jim GM4DHJ ...
2021-10-11 09:36:01 UTC
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http://youtu.be/CclL-j0Y2mQ
That's an odd one. I imagine it's caused by some physical impact to the
surface of the screen which has damaged the LCDs behind it. Normally you
get a complete horizontal or vertical line of pixels affected, rather
than isolated areas of the screen. I have a horrible feeling it's going
to need a new screen...
I will just use the TV...thanks
Pancho
2021-10-11 10:07:10 UTC
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http://youtu.be/CclL-j0Y2mQ
That's an odd one. I imagine it's caused by some physical impact to the
surface of the screen which has damaged the LCDs behind it. Normally you
get a complete horizontal or vertical line of pixels affected, rather
than isolated areas of the screen. I have a horrible feeling it's going
to need a new screen...
Water damage?
Rod Speed
2021-10-11 18:09:20 UTC
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
http://youtu.be/CclL-j0Y2mQ
That's an odd one. I imagine it's caused by some physical impact
to the surface of the screen which has damaged the LCDs behind
it. Normally you get a complete horizontal or vertical line of pixels
affected, rather than isolated areas of the screen. I have a horrible
feeling it's going to need a new screen...
Water damage?
Looks much too perfectly circular to be that imo.
Peeler
2021-10-11 18:22:59 UTC
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The Natural Philosopher
2021-10-11 10:17:33 UTC
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
http://youtu.be/CclL-j0Y2mQ
That's an odd one. I imagine it's caused by some physical impact to the
surface of the screen which has damaged the LCDs behind it. Normally you
get a complete horizontal or vertical line of pixels affected, rather
than isolated areas of the screen. I have a horrible feeling it's going
to need a new screen...
the circle is obviusly fake. no way to get perfect damage like that, The
test is damage to te LCD display - i've seen one where it was hit with
an air rifle pellet..like that
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2021-10-11 17:02:09 UTC
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http://youtu.be/CclL-j0Y2mQ
That's an odd one. I imagine it's caused by some physical impact to
the surface of the screen which has damaged the LCDs behind it.
Normally you get a complete horizontal or vertical line of pixels
affected, rather than isolated areas of the screen. I have a horrible
feeling it's going to need a new screen...
the circle is obviusly fake. no way to get perfect damage like that, The
test is damage to te LCD display - i've seen one where it was hit with
an air rifle pellet..like that
you are brian reay and I claim my half a crown ....
Radio Man
2021-10-12 17:16:55 UTC
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
http://youtu.be/CclL-j0Y2mQ
That's an odd one. I imagine it's caused by some physical impact to
the surface of the screen which has damaged the LCDs behind it.
Normally you get a complete horizontal or vertical line of pixels
affected, rather than isolated areas of the screen. I have a horrible
feeling it's going to need a new screen...
the circle is obviusly fake. no way to get perfect damage like that,
The test is damage to te LCD display - i've seen one where it was hit
with an air rifle pellet..like that
you are brian reay and I claim my half a crown ....
Wrong again. Brian Reay doesn't post in this group.
Jim GM4DHJ ...
2021-10-12 19:11:31 UTC
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
http://youtu.be/CclL-j0Y2mQ
That's an odd one. I imagine it's caused by some physical impact to
the surface of the screen which has damaged the LCDs behind it.
Normally you get a complete horizontal or vertical line of pixels
affected, rather than isolated areas of the screen. I have a
horrible feeling it's going to need a new screen...
the circle is obviusly fake. no way to get perfect damage like that,
The test is damage to te LCD display - i've seen one where it was hit
with an air rifle pellet..like that
you are brian reay and I claim my half a crown ....
Wrong again. Brian Reay doesn't post in this group.
you don't ? ...
alan_m
2021-10-12 08:46:04 UTC
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
http://youtu.be/CclL-j0Y2mQ
That's an odd one. I imagine it's caused by some physical impact to
the surface of the screen which has damaged the LCDs behind it.
Normally you get a complete horizontal or vertical line of pixels
affected, rather than isolated areas of the screen. I have a horrible
feeling it's going to need a new screen...
the circle is obviusly fake. no way to get perfect damage like that, The
test is damage to te LCD display - i've seen one where it was hit with
an air rifle pellet..like that
Or something very heavy or hot has been placed on the lid of the laptop
whilst the lid has been closed. The damage has been inflicted from the
case side of the laptop?
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alan_m
2021-10-12 08:48:00 UTC
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http://youtu.be/CclL-j0Y2mQ
That's an odd one. I imagine it's caused by some physical impact to
the surface of the screen which has damaged the LCDs behind it.
Normally you get a complete horizontal or vertical line of pixels
affected, rather than isolated areas of the screen. I have a horrible
feeling it's going to need a new screen...
the circle is obviusly fake. no way to get perfect damage like that,
The test is damage to te LCD display - i've seen one where it was hit
with an air rifle pellet..like that
Or something very heavy or hot has been placed on the lid of the laptop
whilst the lid has been closed. The damage has been inflicted from the
case side of the laptop?
Or case closed up with a coin left on the keyboard.
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Rod Speed
2021-10-12 09:02:53 UTC
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http://youtu.be/CclL-j0Y2mQ
That's an odd one. I imagine it's caused by some physical impact to the
surface of the screen which has damaged the LCDs behind it. Normally
you get a complete horizontal or vertical line of pixels affected,
rather than isolated areas of the screen. I have a horrible feeling
it's going to need a new screen...
the circle is obviusly fake. no way to get perfect damage like that, The
test is damage to te LCD display - i've seen one where it was hit with
an air rifle pellet..like that
Or something very heavy or hot has been placed on the lid of the laptop
whilst the lid has been closed. The damage has been inflicted from the
case side of the laptop?
Or case closed up with a coin left on the keyboard.
Yes, that’s much more likely, but again, hard to see how that
would kill that bit of the screen so it stays completely black.

Even if it was say very hot or very cold.
Peeler
2021-10-12 09:32:55 UTC
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2021-10-12 09:00:08 UTC
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
http://youtu.be/CclL-j0Y2mQ
That's an odd one. I imagine it's caused by some physical impact to the
surface of the screen which has damaged the LCDs behind it. Normally you
get a complete horizontal or vertical line of pixels affected, rather
than isolated areas of the screen. I have a horrible feeling it's going
to need a new screen...
the circle is obviusly fake. no way to get perfect damage like that, The
test is damage to te LCD display - i've seen one where it was hit with an
air rifle pellet..like that
Or something very heavy or hot has been placed on the lid of the laptop
whilst the lid has been closed. The damage has been inflicted from the
case side of the laptop?
Can't see how that could happen and not leave visible damage on the case.

Could be something was inside the laptop when the lid was closed on it, but
even then, hard to see how that could produce that sort of damage to the
screen.
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2021-10-12 09:12:40 UTC
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all interesting thoughts....
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2021-10-12 09:33:23 UTC
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2021-10-12 22:08:31 UTC
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
http://youtu.be/CclL-j0Y2mQ
That's an odd one. I imagine it's caused by some physical impact to the
surface of the screen which has damaged the LCDs behind it. Normally you
get a complete horizontal or vertical line of pixels affected, rather
than isolated areas of the screen. I have a horrible feeling it's going
to need a new screen...
the circle is obviusly fake. no way to get perfect damage like that, The
test is damage to te LCD display - i've seen one where it was hit with
an air rifle pellet..like that
I've had a fault exactly like that. I guess there's fluid in the
screen and the black circlr is an air bu
Rod Speed
2021-10-12 22:14:57 UTC
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
http://youtu.be/CclL-j0Y2mQ
That's an odd one. I imagine it's caused by some physical impact to the
surface of the screen which has damaged the LCDs behind it. Normally you
get a complete horizontal or vertical line of pixels affected, rather
than isolated areas of the screen. I have a horrible feeling it's going
to need a new screen...
the circle is obviusly fake. no way to get perfect damage like that, The
test is damage to te LCD display - i've seen one where it was hit with
an air rifle pellet..like that
I've had a fault exactly like that. I guess there's fluid in the
screen and the black circlr is an air bubble.
Don't believe any air bubble that big would be such a perfect circle.

It has to be something like a coin or lid, but hard to see why one
of those would produce a perfect black damaged section.
Peeler
2021-10-12 23:05:45 UTC
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2021-10-13 06:34:59 UTC
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
http://youtu.be/CclL-j0Y2mQ
That's an odd one. I imagine it's caused by some physical impact to the
surface of the screen which has damaged the LCDs behind it. Normally you
get a complete horizontal or vertical line of pixels affected, rather
than isolated areas of the screen. I have a horrible feeling it's going
to need a new screen...
the circle is obviusly fake. no way to get perfect damage like that, The
test is damage to te LCD display - i've seen one where it was hit with
an air rifle pellet..like that
I've had a fault exactly like that. I guess there's fluid in the
screen and the black circlr is an air bubble.
can I fix it then ?
John Rumm
2021-10-13 22:50:38 UTC
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Post by The Natural Philosopher
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
http://youtu.be/CclL-j0Y2mQ
That's an odd one. I imagine it's caused by some physical impact to the
surface of the screen which has damaged the LCDs behind it. Normally you
get a complete horizontal or vertical line of pixels affected, rather
than isolated areas of the screen. I have a horrible feeling it's going
to need a new screen...
the circle is obviusly fake. no way to get perfect damage like that, The
test is damage to te LCD display - i've seen one where it was hit with
an air rifle pellet..like that
I've had a fault exactly like that. I guess there's fluid in the
screen and the black circlr is an air bubble.
can I fix it then ?
Yes, take the screen off, lookup the part number and get one from ebay.
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2021-10-14 07:12:39 UTC
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Post by NY
Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
http://youtu.be/CclL-j0Y2mQ
That's an odd one. I imagine it's caused by some physical impact to the
surface of the screen which has damaged the LCDs behind it. Normally you
get a complete horizontal or vertical line of pixels affected, rather
than isolated areas of the screen. I have a horrible feeling it's going
to need a new screen...
the circle is obviusly fake. no way to get perfect damage like that, The
test is damage to te LCD display - i've seen one where it was hit with
an air rifle pellet..like that
I've had a fault exactly like that. I guess there's fluid in the
screen and the black circlr is an air bubble.
can I fix it then ?
Yes, take the screen off, lookup the part number and get one from ebay.
oh right

Sysadmin
2021-10-11 12:54:41 UTC
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
http://youtu.be/CclL-j0Y2mQ
That's an odd one. I imagine it's caused by some physical impact to the
surface of the screen which has damaged the LCDs behind it. Normally you
get a complete horizontal or vertical line of pixels affected, rather
than isolated areas of the screen. I have a horrible feeling it's going
to need a new screen...
It's a black hole forming.
Pancho
2021-10-11 13:20:37 UTC
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
http://youtu.be/CclL-j0Y2mQ
That's an odd one. I imagine it's caused by some physical impact to the
surface of the screen which has damaged the LCDs behind it. Normally you
get a complete horizontal or vertical line of pixels affected, rather
than isolated areas of the screen. I have a horrible feeling it's going
to need a new screen...
It's a black hole forming.
I seem to remember the Earth's mass would have a Schwarzchild radius
just under 1cm. That black hole looks a bit bigger.
Tim Streater
2021-10-11 14:32:59 UTC
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http://youtu.be/CclL-j0Y2mQ
That's an odd one. I imagine it's caused by some physical impact to the
surface of the screen which has damaged the LCDs behind it. Normally you
get a complete horizontal or vertical line of pixels affected, rather
than isolated areas of the screen. I have a horrible feeling it's going
to need a new screen...
It's a black hole forming.
I seem to remember the Earth's mass would have a Schwarzchild radius
just under 1cm. That black hole looks a bit bigger.
You'd need awfy stong hands to squeeze the Earth into a ball 1cm diameter :-)
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Brian Gaff (Sofa)
2021-10-12 06:16:26 UTC
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Does the original poster have a pet capable of jumping. Those screen issues
usual occur when there is an impact around an area.
Pets lunging at animals on screen are surprisingly common.
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
http://youtu.be/CclL-j0Y2mQ
That's an odd one. I imagine it's caused by some physical impact to the
surface of the screen which has damaged the LCDs behind it. Normally you
get a complete horizontal or vertical line of pixels affected, rather than
isolated areas of the screen. I have a horrible feeling it's going to need
a new screen...
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2021-10-12 07:23:02 UTC
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Does the original poster have a pet capable of jumping. Those screen issues
usual occur when there is an impact around an area.
Pets lunging at animals on screen are surprisingly common.
Brian
I bought it like that...no idea how that would happen....it is genuine....
Rod Speed
2021-10-12 08:23:31 UTC
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Does the original poster have a pet capable of jumping. Those screen
issues usual occur when there is an impact around an area. Pets lunging at
animals on screen are surprisingly common.
It can't be that, it’s a perfect circle.
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
http://youtu.be/CclL-j0Y2mQ
That's an odd one. I imagine it's caused by some physical impact to the
surface of the screen which has damaged the LCDs behind it. Normally you
get a complete horizontal or vertical line of pixels affected, rather
than isolated areas of the screen. I have a horrible feeling it's going
to need a new screen...
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2021-10-12 08:27:13 UTC
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Does the original poster have a pet capable of jumping. Those screen
issues usual occur when there is an impact around an area. Pets
lunging at animals on screen are surprisingly common.
It can't be that, it’s a perfect circle.
bloody well is...that is why I was asking what caused it
John Rumm
2021-10-12 10:43:34 UTC
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Does the original poster have a pet capable of jumping. Those screen
issues usual occur when there is an impact around an area. Pets
lunging at animals on screen are surprisingly common.
It can't be that, it’s a perfect circle.
bloody well is...that is why I was asking what caused it
It got too much pressure applied to it - either from being hit with
something, or quite commonly, the lid was shut while there was something
resting on the keyboard.

The screen is shagged, replace it and move on (£25 - £60 depending on
the exact model of panel, and a 10 min job)

(or for those too tight to spend money on computers, just use it with an
external display)
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John Walliker
2021-10-12 10:48:17 UTC
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It can't be that, it’s a perfect circle.
Perhaps somebody pointed a high-power laser at it.

John
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2021-10-12 15:22:49 UTC
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It can't be that, it’s a perfect circle.
Perhaps somebody pointed a high-power laser at it.
That wouldn’t produce a perfect black circle that big.
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2021-10-12 16:40:03 UTC
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2021-10-12 11:11:47 UTC
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Does the original poster have a pet capable of jumping. Those screen
issues usual occur when there is an impact around an area. Pets
lunging at animals on screen are surprisingly common.
It can't be that, it’s a perfect circle.
bloody well is...that is why I was asking what caused it
It got too much pressure applied to it - either from being hit with
something, or quite commonly, the lid was shut while there was something
resting on the keyboard.
The screen is shagged, replace it and move on (£25 - £60 depending on
the exact model of panel, and a 10 min job)
(or for those too tight to spend money on computers, just use it with an
external display)
umur
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2021-10-12 15:39:14 UTC
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Does the original poster have a pet capable of jumping. Those screen
issues usual occur when there is an impact around an area. Pets
lunging at animals on screen are surprisingly common.
It can't be that, it’s a perfect circle.
bloody well is...that is why I was asking what caused it
It got too much pressure applied to it - either from being hit with
something, or quite commonly, the lid was shut while there was something
resting on the keyboard.
The screen is shagged, replace it and move on (£25 - £60 depending on the
exact model of panel, and a 10 min job)
(or for those too tight to spend money on computers, just use it with an
external display)
umur
Try that again in english, even google translate
doesn’t go haggis gorger gobbledegook yet.
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2021-10-12 15:46:55 UTC
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Does the original poster have a pet capable of jumping. Those
screen issues usual occur when there is an impact around an area.
Pets lunging at animals on screen are surprisingly common.
It can't be that, it’s a perfect circle.
bloody well is...that is why I was asking what caused it
It got too much pressure applied to it - either from being hit with
something, or quite commonly, the lid was shut while there was
something resting on the keyboard.
The screen is shagged, replace it and move on (£25 - £60 depending on
the exact model of panel, and a 10 min job)
(or for those too tight to spend money on computers, just use it with
an external display)
umur
Try that again in english, even google translate
doesn’t go haggis gorger gobbledegook yet.
umurni gonna do that ....
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2021-10-12 16:40:39 UTC
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2021-10-11 09:59:06 UTC
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That’s a haggis turd, You should let them into your cave
and you should be blind drunk when doing youtubes either.
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2021-10-11 10:12:06 UTC
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That’s a haggis turd, You should let them into your cave
and you should be blind drunk when doing youtubes either.
oh right
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2021-10-11 10:16:37 UTC
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That’s a haggis turd, You should let them into your cave
and you should be blind drunk when doing youtubes either.
you try SO hard to insult but it is like getting savaged by a dead
sheep...tee hee
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2021-10-11 14:48:44 UTC
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http://youtu.be/CclL-j0Y2mQ
That’s a haggis turd, You should let them into your cave
and you should be blind drunk when doing youtubes either.
you try SO hard to insult but it is like getting savaged by a dead
sheep...tee hee
Or Geoffrey Howe
Rod Speed
2021-10-11 18:13:13 UTC
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That’s a haggis turd, You should let them into your cave
and you should be blind drunk when doing youtubes either.
That should have read

That’s a haggis turd, You shouldn't let them into your cave
and you shouldn't be blind drunk when doing youtubes either.
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you try SO hard to insult
That isn't an insult, it’s a statement of fact on both counts.
Peeler
2021-10-11 18:23:49 UTC
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On Tue, 12 Oct 2021 05:13:13 +1100, cantankerous trolling geezer Rodent
Speed, the auto-contradicting senile sociopath, blabbered, again:

<FLUSH the abnormal trolling senile cretin's latest trollshit unread>
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John addressing the senile Australian pest:
"You are a complete idiot. But you make me larf. LOL"
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Jim GM4DHJ ...
2021-10-12 07:23:44 UTC
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http://youtu.be/CclL-j0Y2mQ
That’s a haggis turd, You should let them into your cave
and you should be blind drunk when doing youtubes either.
That should have read
   That’s a haggis turd, You shouldn't let them into your cave
   and you shouldn't be blind drunk when doing youtubes either.
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you try SO hard to insult
That isn't an insult, it’s a statement of fact on both counts.
made up facts by yourself...tee hee
Peeler
2021-10-11 12:49:13 UTC
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On Mon, 11 Oct 2021 20:59:06 +1100, cantankerous trolling geezer Rodent
Speed, the auto-contradicting senile sociopath, blabbered, again:

<FLUSH the abnormal trolling senile cretin's latest trollshit unread>
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Bod addressing abnormal senile quarreller Rot:
"Do you practice arguing with yourself in an empty room?"
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whisky-dave
2021-10-11 14:35:26 UTC
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http://youtu.be/CclL-j0Y2mQ
That’s a haggis turd, You should let them into your cave
and you should be blind drunk when doing youtubes either.
once again proving you're the groups expert when it comes to talking shit ;-)
Grumps
2021-10-11 10:04:03 UTC
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http://youtu.be/CclL-j0Y2mQ
https://www.safety-label.co.uk/products/black-sticky-dots
Jim GM4DHJ ...
2021-10-11 10:12:49 UTC
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http://youtu.be/CclL-j0Y2mQ
https://www.safety-label.co.uk/products/black-sticky-dots
cool the dead spit
Jim GM4DHJ ...
2021-10-11 10:15:32 UTC
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http://youtu.be/CclL-j0Y2mQ
https://www.safety-label.co.uk/products/black-sticky-dots
you use them as enunciation on glass windows and doors...
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