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1 Bonce's own personal thread. Volume IV on Mon Sep 05 2016, 12:00

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Mind you,I'm told Nat goes like the clappers.

2 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume IV on Mon Sep 05 2016, 12:41

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Nat Lofthouse
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Don't like the look of Walkden these days. As I left the Dental Surgery,I saw this dodgy looking bloke with a walking stick,selling oddly shaped Jaffa Cakes from the boot of his car.
I avoided eye contact,due mainly to his surly demeanour,and his brute of a dog.
I was half tempted to hang around,because I've never seen a dog playing the trumpet before,and I have to say,'West End Blues' has never sounded better.
Time being against me however,I left them to it,and shuffled off to await my cab.

3 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume IV on Mon Sep 05 2016, 12:59

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Frank Worthington
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boltonbonce wrote:Mind you,I'm told Nat's got the clap.
Shocked

4 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume IV on Mon Sep 05 2016, 13:00

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Frank Worthington
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boltonbonce wrote:Don't like the look of Walkden these days. As I left the Dental Surgery,I saw this dodgy looking bloke with a walking stick,selling oddly shaped Jaffa Cakes from the boot of his car.
I avoided eye contact,due mainly to his surly demeanour,and his brute of a dog.
I was half tempted to hang around,because I've never seen a dog playing the trumpet before,and I have to say,'West End Blues' has never sounded better.
Time being against me however,I left them to it,and shuffled off to await my cab.
I think I saw him on the way through, was he wearing a "the end is nigh" a-board

5 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume IV on Mon Sep 05 2016, 19:25

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Nat Lofthouse
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It's nice to see Charlie Dimmock wearing a bra these days.

6 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume IV on Tue Sep 06 2016, 20:17

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
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Very Happy

7 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume IV on Tue Sep 06 2016, 22:25

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Tinned Toms - You know it makes sense!
karlypants wrote:It's nice to see Charlie Dimmock wearing a bra these days.
And the award for most random post of the week goes to KP. 
:number1:

8 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume IV on Wed Sep 07 2016, 21:49

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse

9 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume IV on Wed Sep 07 2016, 21:57

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Nat Lofthouse
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Bwfc1958 wrote:
karlypants wrote:It's nice to see Charlie Dimmock wearing a bra these days.
And the award for most random post of the week goes to KP. 
:number1:
Haha! Laughing

10 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume IV on Wed Sep 07 2016, 21:58

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Nat Lofthouse
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boltonbonce wrote:Anyone bothered?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-37277965
Nope! :biggrin:

11 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume IV on Wed Sep 07 2016, 22:00

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Nat Lofthouse
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Me neither. Seems big in the world of techies though.

12 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume IV on Wed Sep 07 2016, 22:03

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Nat Lofthouse
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boltonbonce wrote:Anyone bothered?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-37277965
Is there definitely no link between closed proximity radio waves and fried brains?

13 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume IV on Wed Sep 07 2016, 22:04

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Better ask Nat.

14 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume IV on Wed Sep 07 2016, 22:05

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
lol!

15 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume IV on Thu Sep 08 2016, 09:31

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Frank Worthington
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boltonbonce wrote:Anyone bothered?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-37277965
Looks like another Apple monopolising scam to me, so no standard headphones will fit so there will be 3 options:

  • Buy official Apple headphones/earphones at a premium
  • Headphone manufacturers will pay Apple for the privilege of producing headphones with Apples patented lightening connector.
  • Apple will produce a lightening connector to 3.5mm jack adaptor which will sell for £10+

Looks like a win/win for Apple to me.

16 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume IV on Thu Sep 08 2016, 10:21

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Nat Lofthouse
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whatsgoingon wrote:
boltonbonce wrote:Anyone bothered?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-37277965
Looks like another Apple monopolising scam to me, so no standard headphones will fit so there will be 3 options:

  • Buy official Apple headphones/earphones at a premium
  • Headphone manufacturers will pay Apple for the privilege of producing headphones with Apples patented lightening connector.
  • Apple will produce a lightening connector to 3.5mm jack adaptor which will sell for £10+

Looks like a win/win for Apple to me.
Whilst I agree, give it a couple of months and Ebay will be flooded with copies of the lightening to headphone jack connector that will cost just a couple of quid.

You will also be able to connect 3rd party bluetooth headphones so not sure where the problem is.

17 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume IV on Thu Sep 08 2016, 11:48

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Frank Worthington
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karlypants wrote:
whatsgoingon wrote:
boltonbonce wrote:Anyone bothered?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-37277965
Looks like another Apple monopolising scam to me, so no standard headphones will fit so there will be 3 options:

  • Buy official Apple headphones/earphones at a premium
  • Headphone manufacturers will pay Apple for the privilege of producing headphones with Apples patented lightening connector.
  • Apple will produce a lightening connector to 3.5mm jack adaptor which will sell for £10+

Looks like a win/win for Apple to me.
Whilst I agree, give it a couple of months and Ebay will be flooded with copies of the lightening to headphone jack connector that will cost just a couple of quid.

You will also be able to connect 3rd party bluetooth headphones so not sure where the problem is.
again you have to go out and buy bluetooth headphones if you haven't already got them. And you're right e-bay will be flooded with cheap copies but many people will still buy the genuine one because the copies won't work properly. If only 10% of iPhone 7 users buy the genuine adaptor at probably a tenner profit not a bad money spinner and the likely hood is it would be more than that.

18 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume IV on Thu Sep 08 2016, 11:58

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think i'll stock to Samsung phones, not always changing like IPhones, it's a big con if you ask me.

The only apple product i do have is an IPod classic and they have stopped making them  Mad

19 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume IV on Thu Sep 08 2016, 12:09

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
I'm very happy with my Windows phone.

20 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume IV on Fri Sep 09 2016, 13:52

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Are Wanderers supporters too fat? I've seen a few struggling to get through the turnstiles of late.

21 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume IV on Fri Sep 09 2016, 17:51

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Frank Worthington
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I think the turnstiles have shrunk

22 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume IV on Fri Sep 09 2016, 18:02

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whatsgoingon wrote:I think the turnstiles have shrunk
I've also got an issue with the piece of rope dangling from the roof of the WSU.

It's been there for bloody years. I assumed it was put there during the Megson era,in case any of us wanted to hang ourselves.

Cut the bloody thing down.

23 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume IV on Fri Sep 09 2016, 18:46

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Andy Walker
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boltonbonce wrote:
whatsgoingon wrote:I think the turnstiles have shrunk
I've also got an issue with the piece of rope dangling from the roof of the WSU.

It's been there for bloody years. I assumed it was put there during the Megson era,in case any of us wanted to hang ourselves.

Cut the bloody thing down.

You're wasting your time, mate. I had a similar issue with a half eaten hamburger one time. Be prepared for a long wait.

24 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume IV on Fri Sep 09 2016, 19:09

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Nat Lofthouse
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Apparently,if Brucie had it away with a panda,they'd produce this.

25 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume IV on Fri Sep 09 2016, 19:16

Bread2.0

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Andy Walker
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Somebody's got a new toy...... Very Happy

26 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume IV on Fri Sep 09 2016, 19:18

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Nat Lofthouse
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Razz

27 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume IV on Fri Sep 09 2016, 22:43

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Nat Lofthouse
The King has spoken. I'll say no more.

28 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume IV on Fri Sep 09 2016, 23:10

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Norpig wrote:
The only apple product i do have is an IPod classic and they have stopped making them  Mad

This is worrying news. I also have an IPod Classic with 160 gig of tunes but now I'm thinking if they've stopped making "my forever music stash" will they still carry spare parts if it needs maintaining when I'm 85?

Or will I be given an implant if my technology becomes outmoded?

And what happens if I end up full of outmoded implants?

So much to worry about...

29 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume IV on Fri Sep 09 2016, 23:15

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John McGinlay
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it's very serious Lusty, i treat my ipod classic as if its made of glass. When it eventually breaks i don't know what i'm going to replace it with  Very Happy

30 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume IV on Sat Sep 10 2016, 00:02

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Frank Worthington
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Both of you make sure all your music is backed up to a cloud and then buy a new one when it breaks, but don't try backing up to a cloud on a sunny day because there are none so you'll lose all your music I think, avoid rainy days too because the rain clouds will make it wet - you need a day with white fluffy clouds

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