Did you contact then yetThank you for your feedback. I guess I'll have to contact then directly.
The above item was just an example. I actually bought that laptop last month through amazon but got it shipped to Singapore, where shipping and import duty only amount to $30, and made a trip out of it with the difference.
wow ...... poor attitude ol' boy, poor attitudeDid you contact then yet
Did you declare your new Chromebook on entry to Indonesian Customs, or did you bypass them
As you will have gathered, I do not take kindly to being lied to nor being led up a garden path.
However, with respect to my intended posts I decided to disregard the above and continue as I intended but on reading the previos two posts here prior to this, I have decided at the moment I am wasting my time and possibly your forum members also.
As with most guys I have shaved all my life. OK not everyday recently but... for me shaving is shaving is shaving. Grew up on electric but when one broke and I was , how shall we say, in a remote location then I had to resort to wet shaving.but on reading the previos two posts here prior to this, I have decided at the moment I am wasting my time and possibly your forum members also.
Like you Davita, I was the youngest boy in the entry, never shaved, the corporal DI insisted I shave, so with my first pay, the princely sum of ten shillings I splashed out on a razor and some blades, spending that money on a razor was more hurtful than the shave, on my first leave my mum was horrified that her little boy was shaving, she thought it disgraceful one so young should be forced to shave, I told her to write and complain, she never did, I've never thought about shaving much, except at times in the RAF the water was cold, some wrk had got up early and used the limited supply of hot water to showerMy first shave was dramatic as I was a youthful 15 year old and had just joined the RAF as an Apprentice.
While on parade the burly Sergeant looked closely at my fuz-face. He was so close I could smell his beer-breath... then he yelled.."Boy! today you'll become a man!"
I was so full of trepidation. I suspected he was going to kiss me and I think I started to leak...but no...he simply and kindly suggested I ask one of the older cadets to show me how to shave.
Since then I estimate I've shaved between 23-24,000 times and never had any more shaving drama...until I read this thread... :lol:
Ten Bob Anglian...are you sure?so with my first pay, the princely sum of ten shillings
Yep, ten bob, total wage 17/6 the 7/6 was held back till we went on leave, plus our ration card, we were always paid on Thursday,Ten Bob Anglian...are you sure?
My recollection was they lined us up in a hanger every Wednesday...called our name and we would yell "Sir, #*@" (last three of our service number) march to the officer, salute, and was 'given' 7 shillings and sixpence!
They kept 2 & 6p and gave that as a bonus when we went on leave three times a year.
I believe that no-one likes to be lied and I don't believe it has been EG's intention in this thread.As you will have gathered, I do not take kindly to being lied to nor being led up a garden path.
An entertaining read. As a side note, today was my first time visiting the old forum in quite a long while. I got a kick out of seeing that the mods, who made LIIF possible, are still banned! I almost forgot all about the ridiculous events that led us to our new home here.
hahaha...You took the equivalent of the King/Queen's shilling...that's inflation for you. I wonder what was the price of a razor in the 18-19th century...should be commensurate. More than likely the troops had to shave with their bayonets while wearing gas masks...though a few years later than Davita and Anglian my first shaving experience was in the British military ... similar Drill instructor comments. I had to buy my own razor at the NAAFI. By the time I joined as a junior soldier in 1971 entry wage was 9 guineas a week. We received 2 quid each Thursday and rest was banked (less food and lodging) for our leave.
yes, since may 23rd, indonesians have only worked about 12-15 days, so thats about rightJust a note on hargadunia.com that has been mentioned on this thread, in case anyone decides to order from them.
I ordered something from them May 23rd of this year. I paid for their express service, which says an estimated shipping time of 12 to 15 working days.
I FINALLY received my order October 9th.