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  1. When I bought a new desktop pc I wanted a usb to transfer documents etc. I knew the price in the store I bought the desk top so then I checked the price in CDR King and it was dearer I think they have become not so cheap as they once were. So I think the poor have voted with their feet.
  2. Skye is much better now I think the fan worked really well she even ate her food. So later the fan will be on her again.
  3. No no coughing but not eating she is not panting now so has cooled down. When the workers are not here she comes in the house which is a lot cooler than outside.
  4. It`s very hot today and we have to keep the dog on a leash whilst the workers are here. When I came back from the dentist she was laid out in the shade panting so I put the fan on her and she has cooled down. My point being is that if it gets to a dog in the shade then boy is it hot.
  5. Stop yer winging I thought ahead and got a case of SML and some smokes last week I also took extra out of the ATM.
  6. I just read this in the Daily Mail so they have suspects. Is this the mastermind of Sri Lanka terrorist attacks? Suicide bombers were inspired by ISIS, say US intelligence agencies, as local media points the finger at radical Islamic cleric Zahran Hashim named as suicide bomber in unconfirmed local media reports Authorities believe National Thowheed Jamath (NTJ) was behind Sri Lanka attack Its secretary Abdul Razik was previously arrested for inciting religious unrest Group known for little more than being linked to vandalising Buddhist statues By JESSICA GREEN FOR MAILONLINE PUBLISHED: 15:33 BST, 22 April 2019 | UPDATED: 18:35 BST, 22 April 2019 This is the face of the mastermind behind the Sri Lanka terrorist attacks on Easter Sunday, unconfirmed reports in local media have claimed. Zahran Hashim, a radical Islamic cleric known for posting incendiary videos on YouTube, was allegedly one of the suicide bombers who targeted the Shangri La hotel in Colombo. Earlier indicators suggest those behind the devastating blasts which killed 290 people and wounded around 500 more were inspired by ISIS, a US official told CNN. Zahran Hashim (pictured) was allegedly one of the suicide bombers who targeted the Shangri La hotel in Colombo +11 Zahran Hashim (pictured) was allegedly one of the suicide bombers who targeted the Shangri La hotel in Colombo Sri Lankan soldiers look on inside the St Sebastian's Church at Katuwapitiya in Negombo on April 21, 2019, following a bomb blast +11 Sri Lankan soldiers look on inside the St Sebastian's Church at Katuwapitiya in Negombo on April 21, 2019, following a bomb blast Hashim had also wanted to attack the Indian High Commission in the capital of Sri Lanka on April 4 but failed to do so, intelligence sources told CNN-News18. It comes after government officials accused the National Thowheed Jamath (NTJ) of carrying out the bombs in five-star hotels and churches. While no group has admitted the carnage, government spokesman Rajitha Senaratne on Monday said authorities believed the NTJ was behind the suicide bombings. The terror group is thought to have split off from another Islamist organisation in the South Asian country, the Sri Lanka Thowheed Jamath (SLTJ). SLTJ, have condemned the attack, strongly deny any links with the NTJ and say they actively oppose the group. People who live near a church in Colombo, Sri Lanka, that was attacked yesterday, try to beat a person detained by police on Monday +11 People who live near a church in Colombo, Sri Lanka, that was attacked yesterday, try to beat a person detained by police on Monday The secretary of the SLTJ, Abdul Razik has been arrested several times on charges of inciting religious unrest. In 2016, authorities were warned there would be a 'blood bath' by the head of radical Buddhist group BSS, Galagodaatte Gnanasara, if Razik was not arrested. Before being named prime suspects in the blasts which killed 39 foreign tourists and injured another 28, the group were known for little more than being linked to vandalising Buddhist statues. Yet signs of radicalisation have grown since the group allegedly took hammers to Buddhist statues in the Kegalle district. In January, four Muslim radicals were detained after Sri Lankan security forces discovered 100 kilogrammes of high explosives and 100 detonators near a remote wildlife park. Meanwhile, authorities said 24 people have been arrested over the Easter bombings and that they were hunting for links between the group and foreign backers. 'We don't see that only a small organisation in this country can do all that,' Senaratne said. The Sri Lankan presidency said in a statement that 'intelligence sections have reported that there are international terror groups which are behind local terrorists.' The Soufan Center, a New York based group that monitors global security threats, said the Sri Lanka bombings bore all the 'hallmarks' of 'attacks by other Salafi-jihadist groups, particularly those where local groups receive foreign support.' It highlighted the Christmas Eve bombings in Indonesia in 2000, where al-Qaeda worked with local group Jemmah Islamiyah, and the 2005 hotel bombings in Amman masterminded by an Al-Qaeda affiliate. 'These attacks are designed to increase sectarian tensions and destabilise the governments of the countries where they take place,' said a Soufan Center study. A report released by the group in January said Al Qaeda and Islamic State wanted to recruit followers in South Asia and their propaganda 'highlighted injustices against Muslims in Bangladesh, Myanmar, India, and Sri Lanka.' Major questions are now being asked over whether Sri Lankan police did enough to head off fears of suicide attacks on churches. It comes after Sri Lanka's police chief issued a warning on April 11, saying a 'foreign intelligence agency' had reported NTJ was planning attacks on churches and the Indian high commission. The government spokesman said however that police chief Pujuth Jayasundara should consider resigning following the attacks. Two government ministers have also alluded to intelligence failures. Telecommunications Minister Harin Fernando tweeted: 'Some intelligence officers were aware of this incidence. Therefore there was a delay in action. Serious action needs to be taken as to why this warning was ignored.' Telecommunications Minister Harin Fernando tweeted: 'Some intelligence officers were aware of this incidence. Therefore there was a delay in action. Serious action needs to be taken as to why this warning was ignored' +11 Telecommunications Minister Harin Fernando tweeted: 'Some intelligence officers were aware of this incidence. Therefore there was a delay in action. Serious action needs to be taken as to why this warning was ignored' Fernando's tweet was accompanied by documents dated on April 11 with the words: 'INFORMATION OF AN ALLEGED PLAN ATTACK.' He said his father had heard of the possibility of an attack as well and had warned him not to enter popular churches. And Mano Ganeshan, the minister for national integration, said the security officers within his ministry had been warned by their division about the possibility two suicide bombers would target politicians. Church officials said some were told last week that attacks were possible. The terror attack was Sri Lanka's deadliest violence since a devastating civil war in the South Asian island nation ended a decade ago. Prime Minister Theresa May joined leaders across the world in condemning the atrocities while President Donald President vowed to 'stand ready to help'. Millions of tourists visit Sri Lanka every year but political crisis and religious tension have placed the industry under threat in recent months.
  7. It is on most of the news I have seen. Not with the intensity of the NZ attack but still widespread.
  8. Yes we get a lot of dust seems like there is no point in cleaning the patio as 5 minutes later it is dusty again.
  9. That`s how we make them in the UK so not pop-overs.
  10. Yep sage and onion and broad beans I then put the gravy on with some mint sauce.
  11. Didn`t they pass a law about too dark window tint?
  12. I thought this might go well on this thread.
  13. One other thing to consider is getting some of those magnetic door screens and leaving the doors open so there is airflow through the house this helps keep it cooler. I bought mine 2.1h and 1m wide from Lazada for 319 each.
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