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What have you done today?

Discussion in 'General chat / Off Topic / Social' started by grant19841, Mar 5, 2016.

  1. grant19841

    grant19841 Well-Known Member

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    I had the joy of opening these today and then re keying the Safes,
    It's nice to have a few hobbies lol


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  2. Louie'

    Louie' Well-Known Member

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    Do u keep or know what's inside before u open them??
     
  3. grant19841

    grant19841 Well-Known Member

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    Noooooooo only if there is a deal before hand otherwise it's an hourly rate or fixed price.

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    So your a safe cracker...did you use the boom boom method.

    In answer to your title question, Took 11 year old niece to her art class, went to Maplins at Teesside Park to buy a Capacitor to see if it's stopping my Rotacraft Mini grinder from working, before I buy a new one, realised WHSmith was a couple of stores down, checked on 02 Priority app if there was any offers and there was A £3.99 Peppa Pig activity book for 99p also bought a John Wilson fishing collection dvd's and book for £5, also noticed Halfords were doing 2L of there Berry scented screenwash for free on the 02 Priority app so called in there on way home, then went and picked niece up from art class, dropped her at home, basically swapped her for 3 year old niece who didn't want to go shopping with her mam and dad, we went to pick her 15 year old brother up from a little village called Swainby after he had finished his walk for his Silver badge for his Duke of Edinburgh, after all was done and finished I got home and washed my car.
     
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    Sounds like a job rather than a hobby if ur on a hourly rate.. Maybe u shud do like them storage hunters and buy some safes and crack em open if its worthless u can sell safe and break even...

    After alot of hard work recently 16 hour working days I slobbed on sofa all day as a treat
     
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    Went to brands hatch with my daughter for the first round of the thundersport GP series.

    Takeaway and night in with the Mrs when I got home
     
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    Saturday was spent fitting new spring, droplink and c.v. gaiter to a C3, the car was grounded at the side of the road and I had removed the strut the previous evening. Then had to remove 4 brake disk retaining screws on a Mini, 2 rounded off and needed drilling. I have a feeling I will be fitting rear disks and pads to that vehicle on Monday. Also jump started an old Lexus.
    Then in the bath and time to drop Mrs. and Kid to the mother in laws, bit of food and socializing before time to pick up the Mrs.

    This morning has involved getting up at stoopido'clock to get the Mrs. to work for 7. I will probably spend some time today trying to sort wet carpets and no brake lights on my 'new' Golf.
     
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    Yeah it is like a second job in a way, don't really don't too much of them know a days, work at a friends garage more these days.

    Woke up with the kids today and cooked the wife breakfast and the kids gave her the presents, a few happy tears here and there lol



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  9. grant19841

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    U had a busy one then bud,

    Tomorrow I'm working with my bud on a vw wrong polarity jump start, so now a crank no start issue.
    Vcds jobby and hopefully just a fuse or relay needs replacing, customer says fuses are all good so let's see how that goes tomorrow.
    I know some car have a ecu fuse so hopefully that went and protected the ecu from damage.

    I also got a fiesta with worn cv joints and brakes to replace too.

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    got drunk watched boondock saints 1&2,played warthunder
     
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