Aled Treharne on September 6th, 2009

Well, we’re on holiday. Leaving was a bit of a disaster to be honest – when I left the office part of the M4 was closed. I had to work my way home through small lanes and didn’t get back to the house until 1900 – we’d hoped to be on the road by then. […]

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Aled Treharne on July 22nd, 2009

This time last week, I thought I would be writing a very different post to this one, but TomTom have, after the initial problems, really come through. Not only does the device et a resounding recommendation from me, but their support does as well. So, what happened? Last week I bought myself a toy that […]

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Aled Treharne on November 26th, 2008

Those of you who know me on Facebook know that my juicer died recently. To be fair, it’s had quite a good innings – Mark will probably remember the joys of juicing in Leghorn Road in London. So I bought a new juicer…and it’s pretty good (though I have no idea if it’s ethical or […]

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Aled Treharne on May 13th, 2008

I’ve not really had the best of luck with cars over the past few years. 2 years ago, my Discovery failed an MOT with some £2k of work needing doing on the body. With a resale value of £2.5k after doing the work, I opted not to throw my money away. My next car turned […]

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Aled Treharne on June 20th, 2007

I am and have been a Sky subscriber for several years now. I actually subscribe to Sky+ which is Sky’s Personal Video Recorder. This allows me to record programmes for TV to watch later or even pause live TV while I’m watching it to go and make a cup of tea perhaps, or even attend […]

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Aled Treharne on February 18th, 2007

Last week was interesting. I’ve had an incredible view that most people don’t get not inly into police work in general, but also into the method of driving that the police use. Since the 1930’s the police of the UK have been using a system of car driving invented by a racing driver who was […]

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Aled Treharne on December 7th, 2006

So contrary to what you see, I did write a nice long update on the weekend, how I fixed the car with Malc’s help and drove up to Aberystwyth to surprise Sean (which I did) and how we both had a relaxing weekend snuggling and watching buffy. Unfortunately, it got lost. WordPress so needs a […]

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