What you buy, may not meet your expectations. This is my gripe about getting home to find a packet of rubbish. The first blades were Made in China, the second packet showed Made in Taiwan.
|larry Phelan||26/08/2017 18:50:10|
544 forum posts
Re the last post,,,and my nanny is the Queen of England !!!
|Neil Wyatt||26/08/2017 19:06:22|
18895 forum posts
Larry... I'm not sure trawling through and dredging up seven year old threads to make wisecracks is adding a great deal to the forum...
|Sam Stones||26/08/2017 22:16:33|
851 forum posts
This unexpected revival has indicated that either I didn't know how to include pictures with text, or it/they were removed. Then again I was new to the forum.
Here are the missing images.
|Howard Lewis||29/08/2017 19:58:10|
|5750 forum posts|
And I thought that plasticene was hard to get these days!
Remember what is apparently written in the visitors book of theatrical digs that are bad,
"And I shall tell all my friends" A happy customer is a good salesman.
|1009 forum posts|
"A happy customer is a good salesman." A well known customer satisfaction phrase is:
On average a satisfied customer tells 1 (one) other person.
On average, a dissatisfied customer tells 10 (ten) other customers.
Ensuring customer satisfaction should therefore be a priority, a no-brainer, but not all sellers are switched on and savvy!
|David Standing 1||29/08/2017 22:26:09|
|1297 forum posts|
Never, ever, EVER accept a police caution without having legal representation.
It counts as a criminal record.
713 forum posts
That's sound advice, David- particularly if you hold a shotgun or firearms certificate or, presumably, a disclosure certificate allowing you to work with vulnerable people. I'm told that accepting a caution is an admittance of guilt. I wouldn't accept a caution, with or without legal representation.
|1719 forum posts|
Personally, I'd find it helpful if the "Latest Forum Posts" page could give the original thread creation date as well as the original author details.
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