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      Sep 20th, 04, 9:45 PM

Have yer ever had Pineapple rings in batter from the chippy. Marvelous
stuff. :-)
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      Sep 20th, 04, 9:47 PM

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uk.comp.homebuilt is for discussion of all aspects of building and upgrading
computers yourself, as opposed to buying an off-the-shelf package. While
most discussion will concern PCs, home-building of other computers may also
be discussed. Examples of topics include, but are not limited to,
recommendations for hardware or suppliers, hardware conflicts and
compatibility issues, discussion of forthcoming hardware developments,
device drivers etc.

http://www.usenet.org.uk/uk.comp.hom...comp.homebuilt


 
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      Sep 20th, 04, 9:47 PM

"Grouch" <> wrote in message
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> Have yer ever had Pineapple rings in batter from the chippy. Marvelous
> stuff. :-)




fritters



yes. they are :-)



 
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      Sep 20th, 04, 9:54 PM

"Lo Salt" <> wrote in message
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> "Grouch" <> wrote in message
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> uk.comp.homebuilt is for discussion of all aspects of building and

upgrading
> computers yourself, as opposed to buying an off-the-shelf package. While
> most discussion will concern PCs, home-building of other computers may

also
> be discussed. Examples of topics include, but are not limited to,
> recommendations for hardware or suppliers, hardware conflicts and
> compatibility issues, discussion of forthcoming hardware developments,
> device drivers etc.
>
> http://www.usenet.org.uk/uk.comp.hom...comp.homebuilt
>




food is the fuel needed for building things ;-)



 
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      Sep 20th, 04, 10:12 PM
I take it you dont eat chinese food then?

They do pineapple rings and bannana in batter and always have done!!

This is going to cost me money now..............


"Grouch" <> wrote in message
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> Have yer ever had Pineapple rings in batter from the chippy. Marvelous
> stuff. :-)
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      Sep 20th, 04, 10:20 PM

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>I take it you dont eat chinese food then?
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> They do pineapple rings and bannana in batter and always have done!!
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> This is going to cost me money now..............
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> "Grouch" <> wrote in message
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>> Have yer ever had Pineapple rings in batter from the chippy. Marvelous
>> stuff. :-)
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>> Grouch
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>> www.webcamz.myby.co.uk/zonealarm/firewalls.html
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.....had a Mars bar in batter from a chippy in Glasgow once.... that was
wierd but nice. Then I went home and carried on building my PC (for Lo
Salt) :-)


 
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      Sep 20th, 04, 10:21 PM

"Lo Salt" <> wrote in message
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> "Grouch" <> wrote in message
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> uk.comp.homebuilt is for discussion of all aspects of building and

upgrading
> computers yourself, as opposed to buying an off-the-shelf package. While
> most discussion will concern PCs, home-building of other computers may

also
> be discussed. Examples of topics include, but are not limited to,
> recommendations for hardware or suppliers, hardware conflicts and
> compatibility issues, discussion of forthcoming hardware developments,
> device drivers etc.
>
> http://www.usenet.org.uk/uk.comp.hom...comp.homebuilt
>
>

When did you learn to cut and paste? you're getting to clever now.


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      Sep 20th, 04, 10:30 PM
In article <cing1i$32h$>, "Chris 159"
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> "Lo Salt" <> wrote in message
> news:...
> >
> > "Grouch" <> wrote in message
> > news:qjH3d.197$...
> >
> > uk.comp.homebuilt is for discussion of all aspects of building and

> upgrading
> > computers yourself, as opposed to buying an off-the-shelf package. While
> > most discussion will concern PCs, home-building of other computers may

> also
> > be discussed. Examples of topics include, but are not limited to,
> > recommendations for hardware or suppliers, hardware conflicts and
> > compatibility issues, discussion of forthcoming hardware developments,
> > device drivers etc.
> >
> > http://www.usenet.org.uk/uk.comp.hom...comp.homebuilt
> >

> food is the fuel needed for building things ;-)
>

Programmers use pizza and coffee - what do hardware techs use?
 
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      Sep 20th, 04, 10:31 PM
On Mon, 20 Sep 2004 21:47:10 +0100, "Lo Salt" <> wrote:

>uk.comp.homebuilt is for discussion of all aspects of building and upgrading
>computers yourself, as opposed to buying an off-the-shelf package. While
>most discussion will concern PCs, home-building of other computers may also
>be discussed. Examples of topics include, but are not limited to,
>recommendations for hardware or suppliers, hardware conflicts and
>compatibility issues, discussion of forthcoming hardware developments,
>device drivers etc.
>
>http://www.usenet.org.uk/uk.comp.hom...comp.homebuilt


You obviously know nothing about computing.

FSB = Fried Skate in Batter
PCI = Plaice & Chips + Iron Brew
SCSI = Skate & Chips + Sausage & Iron Brew
CNC = Cod No Chips
CRC Chips, Rock and Coke
USB = Universal Serial Bloater

 
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      Sep 20th, 04, 10:34 PM
On Mon, 20 Sep 2004 22:20:24 +0100, "Shawk" <.3guesses>
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>....had a Mars bar in batter from a chippy in Glasgow once.... that was
>wierd but nice. Then I went home and carried on building my PC (for Lo
>Salt) :-)


My mate survived on deep fried pizza and deep fried cream eggs. No wonder
Scotland has the highest figures for heart attacks (wonderful women tho



 
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