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Postby The Dark Knight » Thu Jun 10, 2021 10:28 pm

Had a small win this week which I needed after the week I've had-
I bought my wife some Airpods (2nd Generation) off Ebay for $38. They are refurbished ones apparently and they were packaged up like brand new and work fine.
I bought them on the 20th of May and they were supposed to come by the 1st of June. They hadn't come by the 4th, last Friday so I made a request to Ebay about them not being delivered and the seller had to respond and resolve it by the 10th of June. They didn't do that and I got a follow up message from Ebay to say they hadn't received any tracking info from the seller so they refunded me.
On Wednesday the Airpods came in the mail, thank you very much Ebay for the free Airpods!
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Postby Brodlach » Sun Jun 13, 2021 2:31 pm

The Haka just performed in the crowd at the NRL. Crowd members getting involved. Amazing.
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Re: Things that you rate!

Postby Wedgie » Sun Jun 13, 2021 2:33 pm

Railway Hotel down at Port Adelaide, a great little quaint pub to see a band, I'm in for a good afternoon, meal was good too!
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Postby Jim05 » Sun Jun 13, 2021 7:10 pm

Finally getting back to BankWest to watch the Eels this weekend. Even better when Wests get flogged :)
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Re: Things that you rate!

Postby Booney » Tue Jun 15, 2021 10:28 am

Wedgie wrote:Railway Hotel down at Port Adelaide, a great little quaint pub to see a band, I'm in for a good afternoon, meal was good too!


There's plenty of bigger, flasher pubs in the Port but the Railway is a ripping little spot that still has the old Port Adelaide feel about it, lovely owners too.
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Postby heater31 » Tue Jun 15, 2021 1:32 pm

Booney wrote:
Wedgie wrote:Railway Hotel down at Port Adelaide, a great little quaint pub to see a band, I'm in for a good afternoon, meal was good too!


There's plenty of bigger, flasher pubs in the Port but the Railway is a ripping little spot that still has the old Port Adelaide feel about it, lovely owners too.
The outside desperately needs some urgent TLC. Hopefully I can get inside for a beer one day.

On another note WTF is going on with the Globe? Construction hasn't moved for almost 18 months. Developers got cold feet?
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Postby Booney » Tue Jun 15, 2021 1:39 pm

heater31 wrote:
Booney wrote:
Wedgie wrote:Railway Hotel down at Port Adelaide, a great little quaint pub to see a band, I'm in for a good afternoon, meal was good too!


There's plenty of bigger, flasher pubs in the Port but the Railway is a ripping little spot that still has the old Port Adelaide feel about it, lovely owners too.
The outside desperately needs some urgent TLC. Hopefully I can get inside for a beer one day.

On another note WTF is going on with the Globe? Construction hasn't moved for almost 18 months. Developers got cold feet?


Not sure what they're doing with the Globe, I know they had some asbestos matters to deal with, perhaps still negotiating their way through that?
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Postby PatowalongaPirate » Wed Jun 16, 2021 3:24 pm

Sitting home with youngest daughter due to her being sick and my Sportsbet account has ballooned by $250+ :lol:
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Postby Booney » Mon Jun 21, 2021 12:35 pm

Bowling club meat trays.
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Postby Corona Man » Mon Jun 21, 2021 2:40 pm

The sunshine today in Malbin... just taking a short break in the back yard ( watched the golf all morning) and soaking in the rays. A beer would hit the spot, but I have another zoom in 20 minutes, best be tidy.
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Re: Things that you rate!

Postby HH3 » Mon Jun 21, 2021 3:40 pm

Winter trips to Edithburgh.

The parks basically empty. The delightful hum of a mobility scooter motor to raise you out of bed.

A coffee on the deck while you watch guys struggle not to jack knife their trailer trying to back the boat down the boat ramp. Commentating the whole thing to the missus, different voices per character and all.

The mostly empty bistro, where you can listen to the old prick on the next table tell the other old pricks where hes driven his camper lately.

The tradie in the cabin next to you audibly argue with his Mrs on the phone while he has his 8th dart of the night on his deck.

Ah, the serenity.

In all seriousness, it was a good time. The grey nomads are my spirit animals. Also took the Ranger on the scenic drive and hit up the brewery in Minlaton.

Already thinking about the next trip.

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Re: Things that you rate!

Postby Spargo » Mon Jun 21, 2021 7:36 pm

HH3 wrote:Winter trips to Edithburgh.

The parks basically empty. The delightful hum of a mobility scooter motor to raise you out of bed.

A coffee on the deck while you watch guys struggle not to jack knife their trailer trying to back the boat down the boat ramp. Commentating the whole thing to the missus, different voices per character and all.

The mostly empty bistro, where you can listen to the old prick on the next table tell the other old pricks where hes driven his camper lately.

The tradie in the cabin next to you audibly argue with his Mrs on the phone while he has his 8th dart of the night on his deck.

Ah, the serenity.

In all seriousness, it was a good time. The grey nomads are my spirit animals. Also took the Ranger on the scenic drive and hit up the brewery in Minlaton.

Already thinking about the next trip.

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Re: Things that you rate!

Postby Lightning McQueen » Tue Jun 22, 2021 8:52 am

Spargo wrote:
HH3 wrote:Winter trips to Edithburgh.

The parks basically empty. The delightful hum of a mobility scooter motor to raise you out of bed.

A coffee on the deck while you watch guys struggle not to jack knife their trailer trying to back the boat down the boat ramp. Commentating the whole thing to the missus, different voices per character and all.

The mostly empty bistro, where you can listen to the old prick on the next table tell the other old pricks where hes driven his camper lately.

The tradie in the cabin next to you audibly argue with his Mrs on the phone while he has his 8th dart of the night on his deck.

Ah, the serenity.

In all seriousness, it was a good time. The grey nomads are my spirit animals. Also took the Ranger on the scenic drive and hit up the brewery in Minlaton.

Already thinking about the next trip.

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Never a bad time to head to Yorkes. We’re off to Pt Victoria next month, can’t come soon enough.



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Re: Things that you rate!

Postby Lightning McQueen » Tue Jun 22, 2021 9:01 am

I had a frontline business leadership course last week, it was very informative and in closing I got a very nice surprise but that's irrelevant for my post.

One dude mentioned that when he was low on motivation etc. he read that you should "make your bed in the morning" to help find purpose and motivation. Initially I thought what a load of frog snot but thought I'd give it a go anyway.

Bloody Hell, something so simple changes my outlook on the day, I've been super organised both at work and at home, all because of my start to the day.
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Re: Things that you rate!

Postby Lightning McQueen » Wed Jun 23, 2021 9:07 am

Yesterday was the opening day of slow cooker season, the woft as you walk in the house after having the slow cooker weave it's magic while you're at work.

It was nothing spectacular, just a trial match to brush the cobwebs off, now looking to up the ante.
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Postby Spargo » Wed Jun 23, 2021 9:15 am

Lightning McQueen wrote:Yesterday was the opening day of slow cooker season, the woft as you walk in the house after having the slow cooker weave it's magic while you're at work.

It was nothing spectacular, just a trial match to brush the cobwebs off, now looking to up the ante.

We have 3 slow cookers, regularly all on the go at once.
Double & triple batches to fill the chest freezer.
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Postby Lightning McQueen » Wed Jun 23, 2021 9:23 am

Spargo wrote:
Lightning McQueen wrote:Yesterday was the opening day of slow cooker season, the woft as you walk in the house after having the slow cooker weave it's magic while you're at work.

It was nothing spectacular, just a trial match to brush the cobwebs off, now looking to up the ante.

We have 3 slow cookers, regularly all on the go at once.
Double & triple batches to fill the chest freezer.

What's your go to?
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Postby Lightning McQueen » Wed Jun 23, 2021 9:30 am

Crestline Meats having a premium scotch fillet special atm, $20 per kilo down from $45, each piece is around 400 grams, I grabbed 2kgs Sunday and heading back this arvo for more.
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Postby Spargo » Wed Jun 23, 2021 10:01 am

Lightning McQueen wrote:
Spargo wrote:
Lightning McQueen wrote:Yesterday was the opening day of slow cooker season, the woft as you walk in the house after having the slow cooker weave it's magic while you're at work.

It was nothing spectacular, just a trial match to brush the cobwebs off, now looking to up the ante.

We have 3 slow cookers, regularly all on the go at once.
Double & triple batches to fill the chest freezer.

What's your go to?


Beef & stout, vindaloo, chicken tikka, pulled pork shoulder, beef ragu.
We even found a recipe for hot chocolate which we did at one my daughter’s birthdays. Everyone at the party grabbed the recipe & now also uses it.
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Postby amber_fluid » Wed Jun 23, 2021 10:07 am

Spargo wrote:
Lightning McQueen wrote:
Spargo wrote:
Lightning McQueen wrote:Yesterday was the opening day of slow cooker season, the woft as you walk in the house after having the slow cooker weave it's magic while you're at work.

It was nothing spectacular, just a trial match to brush the cobwebs off, now looking to up the ante.

We have 3 slow cookers, regularly all on the go at once.
Double & triple batches to fill the chest freezer.

What's your go to?


Beef & stout, vindaloo, chicken tikka, pulled pork shoulder, beef ragu.
We even found a recipe for hot chocolate which we did at one my daughter’s birthdays. Everyone at the party grabbed the recipe & now also uses it.


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