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    Gotta love the latest Aldi catalogue cover...-alc7177_cb_special_buys_desktop_708x360.jpg

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    looks like my old wagon

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    Cover of aldi catalogue this week
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    Gotta love the latest Aldi catalogue cover...-dsc01970.jpg Sibling???
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    Is it normal on a pug to screw the bottom sill on?
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    Quote Originally Posted by renault8&10 View Post
    Is it normal on a pug to screw the bottom sill on?
    Yes, sometimes I've seen discrete self tappers concealed by (the non existent in the image) chrome strip beneath the door.
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    Yes, pity this one is missing the stainless steel strip that should cover the screws.


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    And who saw the Aldi ad on page 3 of the "Weekend" section of Saturdays Herald Sun featuring a blue 403 sedan?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Chisholm View Post
    And who saw the Aldi ad on page 3 of the "Weekend" section of Saturdays Herald Sun featuring a blue 403 sedan?
    Not me, our family has stopped chopping down trees.

    We read all our newpapers and journals online or with Kindle.
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    I like doing the crosswords and it's just not the same on line.

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    I'd suggest doing crosswords on line would be mission impossible.

    Yes, it takes a while to become accustomed to working paper less.

    I started the practice years ago whilst still working. By opening emails of a second screen and replying on the first screen. After a while it's very efficient.

    Window ultimate and other versions has "sticky note" functionality which is useful.

    I just hate printing something and chucking it a few hours later.

    My scots heritage I guess.
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    I've just come from 12 years working in a completely paperless office. Good in theory but, in some cases, far from very practical.

    The Age crossword used to be, and probably still is, available on line. Benefit is that you can alter your answer without messing up the squares!

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    Quote Originally Posted by robmac View Post
    Duplicate of thread posted nearly 24 hours prior.

    Cover of aldi catalogue this week
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