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  1. There's an older episode with Greg Davies which is absolute chaos. Quintessential Off Menu

  2. Recently bought the Fox Rampage Comp helmet on sale. The extra weight and heat is worth it. I’m handsome and have straight teeth. The plan is to keep it that way.

  3. Looks like you can get a Rampage Pro Carbon for another 50 bucks for black or red. I concussed the shit out of myself, bought one of these after as it's the best I could find? Tight fit tho. Try one on first.

  4. They've spent a long time prepping him, he's had the best blooding process in nz for a long time

  5. Outrageous. Soft signal not out, so the third umpire saw enough in those grimy, dogshit replays that there was zero chance it had touched the ground. Amazing stuff boys, keep it up.

  6. Don't care right now, but panik will ensue when he turns up to Lords and chops onto his stumps, 12th ball against Jimmy Anderson

  7. Google reckons it'll take you an hour and a half to drive from Te Anau to Milford but it's really more like 2 and a half. That'll give you a couple of quick stops but it's a twisty, slow drive.

  8. One cunt cheats at cricket, next cunt cheats on his missus, fucking Labuschagne will end up cheating at monopoly, you heard it here first

  9. Fun fact- He's also the voice of Moanna's father in Moanna. Didn't know he could sing that well!

  10. His dad was a super famous singer in NZ in the 60s and 70s, Howard Morrison

  11. Walking / bike track through the trees.

  12. I'll walk down there tomorrow on my way into work, see if I can spot him

  13. Much appreciated, thank you!

  14. This is great, thank you! This is exactly the sort of thing I was looking for. This sounds like such an amazing experience for your whole family. What an adventure. You are warriors for carrying a 3 year old all that way!

  15. So there was 5 of us, with me carrying the little guy that left 3 people to carry everything. The 11 yo carried a basic light pack l, just his own clothes and not much more. Needed to be light as his body wasn't up to load bearing if you know what I mean. So, we packed really basic as mum and the 15yo carried the bulk of the gear, maybe 15kgs each, the oldestt boy was super physical, had zero issues with carrying a pack like that. Our days were a bit shorter than most so while it sounds like a lot of weight, it was OK.

  16. Wow, 15kg packs! Good job!!! I don't know if I could do that. My pack was 8kg. Though I didn't bring a sleeping bag and definitely will next time. I had some cold nights in albergues that didn't have blankets.

  17. Yeah man, its great being self sufficient. For the French section, there aren't albergues as such, but gites, like casa rurals. Great, but too expensive for 5 of us to stay at, so we carried lightweight tents and camped across France! The French love camping, heaps of campgrounds everywhere so easy. The albergues were alot cheaper of course so changed to those in Spain and sent back the tents to lighten the load. It was getting a bit colder too by then but it was great to be totally self sufficient and we could stop literally anywhere if we needed to.

  18. Have you applied to Kainga Ora to be approved for kiwisaver withdrawal? Ko provides the letter that you meet the first home buyer standards that allow kiwisaver withdrawal for first home buyers, I assume that is the form they are needing to see

  19. Iirc the ipl contingent have been rested for England. ~~ Nit sure bout NZ tho.~~

  20. Just El Boulto, he went back to NZ instead of straight to UK. He has a little baby back here. Everyone else kicked on to UK

  21. I was working in queensland in the middle of nowhere and saw a tree with a bunch big logs jammed up in the branches. Thought it must have been a heck of a flood to get those logs up there.

  22. Calcing control networks, leveling data, boundary calcs, setout point data, I would call processing engineering design data into surveying software and fishing out the features we are interested in calcs. Extracting government control points and tying them into the site. How far you drift into design, might be modelling earthworks or drainage designs. Flow rates and all that jazz.

  23. What you mentioned is what my question is aimed at. I'd be very grateful if you could expand on that. What are you calculating in leveling and setout point data ? Why are you doing networks in the first place ? Just call the surveyor and ask for his STA coordinates . I dk why some people were angry from my OP . I'm really not being condescending , I'm just genuinely curious

  24. Alot of the work you do is proving you are correct, or having the observations to prove it. A control run that doesn't close has no proof that you haven't made an error, without check shots you can't pick it up. This is dangerous ground for a surveyor. A control network allows you to check those control points are all in terms of each other. In 2 years, someone could complain that these control points are wrong and we've built a skyscraper in the wrong spot. Good news, you can prove your original work was correct, no court case for you.

  25. Like rich, sweet, sort of lightly cinnamony spice watermelony soft. Genuinely delicious. There's not many times when you can taste something entirely new and different but also amazing. Like something might taste in a wonka factory yet nothing like chocolate.

  26. Cool man. I took my family on holiday to India last year and I can say comfortably I DO NOT UNDERSTAND THE INDIAN RAIL SYSTEM.

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