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Post by tim leech »

Its 3:38pm and theres 8 people online, looks like we all have internet acces at work then lol! :D

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I'm still at home, although I'm gona be very late for work so I best bu&&er off there! I keep asking for internet access at work but they wont install computers in the cab of the bus! Spoil sports!

See ya

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Since they took one of our compys away access has been limited but i still make an effort!
Knocked off at 1.30pm today hence me being about now, well, that and he fact it`s wet and cold and I can`t be arsed going out to strip the Cav or put the bonnet or newly painted bumper onto the GTi.
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Post by Stewart (oily!) »

Home early, i have found that resin cures just as effectively if im not standing there watching it :)
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Stewart (oily!) wrote: i have found that resin cures just as effectively if im not standing there watching it :)
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:D :D :D

Does the same apply to paint???? :D

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Post by Stewart (oily!) »

I promise it will, using a tunneling electron microscope it is possible to actually watch paint dry, then again we just go home, I do try to get some in my hair so that throughout the evening I can check on curing progress.
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Post by Terry Brooks »

tim leech wrote:.............. looks like we all have internet acces at work then lol! :D
I don't work ........I'm retired 8)
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Retired from one job.........this current one means I don't start til 6 ish.

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Terry, i'm envious, what i would give to be retired now.....

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Stewart (oily!) wrote:I promise it will, using a tunneling electron microscope it is possible to actually watch paint dry, then again we just go home, I do try to get some in my hair so that throughout the evening I can check on curing progress.
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Love it :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Post by Way2go »

Stewart (oily!) wrote:using a tunneling electron microscope it is possible to actually watch paint dry
I guess you can't apply it to the alternative expression of watching the grass grow? :lol:
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