Luke

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  • Luke posted a new activity comment 2 days, 10 hours ago

    Yep. I’ve been in a 4DX in the states. It’s novelty for 20 mins and then gets tedious

    Although I did almost kak myself when the big dinosaur suddenly turned and roared in my face complete with seat tilt back and water spray.

  • Luke posted a new activity comment 2 days, 11 hours ago

    Can’t help in any other way, but I will certainly send you lots of get the job vibes 😀

  • Luke posted a new activity comment 6 days, 9 hours ago

    Lud is sometimes a derivation of Lludd or King Lud legendary founder of London and from which Ludsgate is derived.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/King_Lud

    Though as the area was concerned with the iron industry “lode” may be a better derivation

  • Luke posted a new activity comment 1 week, 2 days ago

    What’s the APR you have been quoted ?

  • Luke posted a new activity comment 1 week, 2 days ago

    What do you need it for ? Can you get a 0% credit card for purchases and pay it off that way (over 24 months or whatever)?

  • Luke posted a new activity comment 1 week, 3 days ago

    Mining is all a bit unnecessary. Some cryptocurrencies they just release the coins. Ripple isn’t mined

  • Luke posted a new activity comment 1 week, 3 days ago

    Flat tyres can crease and crack. Even if they don’t take harm arguably you’ve damaged the car as a usable entity albeit non-permanently. It’s odd but tyres don’t tend to spontaneously deflate in fours except around irritated people. Anyway, letting tyres down is a very bad idea if there’s a risk someone may drive off without noticing, I once had…[Read more]

  • Luke posted a new activity comment 1 week, 3 days ago

    Criminal damage. Immediately inflate again or arrest.

    • How is deflating a car tyre criminal damage – can you prove this? Its not like you are stealing air?

      And if it is considered illegal then how do they prove who deflated the tyres – tyres deflate naturally.

      • Flat tyres can crease and crack. Even if they don’t take harm arguably you’ve damaged the car as a usable entity albeit non-permanently. It’s odd but tyres don’t tend to spontaneously deflate in fours except around irritated people. Anyway, letting tyres down is a very bad idea if there’s a risk someone may drive off without noticing, I once had…[Read more]

  • Luke posted a new activity comment 1 week, 3 days ago

    The police (in my experience) take the view that any sort of obstruction must be removed immediately or they will arrest the person they judge responsible.

    • Depends on the plod. Its a civil matter and you could be at risk of being accused of theft by stopping the person retrieving their property.

      You really have few rights.

    • Interestingly it is a civil not a police matter. If you lock a gate to block the car in then you may be guilty of withholding property. Similarly if you damage the vehicle. However blocking by use of soil or a car etc. is not as you may have legitimate reasons for doing so. A pile of gravel with a spade is not withholding property as they have the…[Read more]

  • Not sure if this has been mentioned already but I had the same experience with Virgin last week. Rang up to get a better deal and they told me I couldn’t.

    Shopped around to get something better, rang up to cancel my Virgin package (£56 for TV, phone and 50Mbps broadband) and the cancellation team gave me broadband only at 100Mbps for £30, and o…[Read more]

  • Luke replied to the topic Does acupuncture work? in the forum Health 1 week, 4 days ago

    It worked for me, and that’s the limit of my knowledge.

  • You need to get a print out of the blood test results and check. I was told my B12 was fine for 30yrs yet when I finally found out and looked back over my medical records it has always been an issue and never treated. Its meant most of my adult life I’ve never been properly well.

    The sun in the UK is not enough to maintain vitamin D levels, so…[Read more]

  • So where does the concept of god fit with the concept of aliens?

  • You do not need evidence you need faith. Thus, that is why there is Faith… to believe in something that cannot be seen with the physical eyes.

    Heb 11:1 (NIV) Now faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see.