6 posts • joined 14 Feb 2012
I recently had a hire car for a couple of weeks with one of these devices - came with a free collection of Rock tracks pre-loaded - perfect, thanks !! :-D
Officially you are correct, but these British Legion rules seem to be the most popular:
The official rules for wearing medals allow only official awards to be worn. Unofficial purchased medals and foreign medals which do not have the Sovereign's permission to be worn are not allowed. Standard Bearers, Parade Marshals and other officials on Legion duty are bound by this ruling and unofficial medals must not be worn when on Legion duty.The medals awarded to a deceased Service / ex-Service person may be worn on the right breast by a near relative (mother, father, sister, brother, wife, husband, daughter and son). Not more than one group should be worn by any individual.
I hope that one day my son will continue wearing the medals I have earnt serving my country...
Re: Dedicated controller
I have two of the old 'dedicated controllers' you can have.. both are replacements for units that the touchscreen died on - & guess what both now have the same fault. I'll stick to my idevice & upnp for control thanks !
Norfolk have released list of the first areas to benefit from the scheme - Norwich, Great Yarmouth & Gorleston... all areas which are already served by Virgin.. how does this help us in the sticks on occasional 2Mb ???
you forgot to mention RAF Boddington.. an MOD Communications bunker in Barrow - a 'very small' village just outside Cheltenham. According to Wikipedia it was active from 1950 until 2007 under various names - and whose proximity to GCHQ cannot be a co-incidence !
Instead of jailbraking, just wait a couple of weeks and get a Raspberry PI with XBMC :-) less expensive as there's no cupertino tax!
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