• John Singh

    August 28, 2004 at 11:32 pm

    What’s sadder is that this is a bank holiday weekend

    Wot r we like :peek:


  • Andy Gorman

    August 28, 2004 at 11:37 pm

    I may show up as being online, but I’ve actually been watching the Olympics. The fact that I have no life is irrelevant. 🙂

  • Moss Whelan

    August 29, 2004 at 2:16 am

    and I’m even worse… have been playing with new Summa D60 that arrived during the week… finally got a good contour cut using the OPOS option – just need to figure out how i did it now…

  • Andrew Ritchie

    August 29, 2004 at 9:14 am

    hey Moss,

    When I need to cut after a print or after laminating, feed print back into machine (Grenadier) I use the (Auto Align) button then hit (Enter) on (Base). The carriage then goes up, across and back to the bottom of media with “opos” marks then returns to the first reg mark, thats it, takes about 2 mins. Although I think you have a margin error of 5 degrees for it to pick up the reg marks after loading the printer again with the media/ print.

    Anyway dont know if this is the same with your Summa, maybe it will be of some use to you?

  • Moss Whelan

    August 29, 2004 at 11:18 pm

    Andrew, thanks, will give that a try tomorrow… and give feedback…

  • Steve Broughton

    August 30, 2004 at 10:51 am
    quote johnchilds:

    Well, here it is, Saturday night and there are 30 registered members and 13 guests currently on the site.

    Sad, or what?


    😀 At that time I was in the Chicago Rock Cafe in Grimsby knocking back double JD & Cokes and boy did I pay for it yesterday *drink*

  • John Childs

    August 30, 2004 at 11:01 am

    Well done Steve. Somebody with the right priorities. 😀

    It’s now Bank Holiday Monday and I’m in the office sorting out paperwork that has been sitting around for far too long and I’m not getting the time to be able to attend to it during the week.

    There’s got to be a better way.

  • Robert Lambie

    August 30, 2004 at 7:35 pm
    quote :

    At that time I was in the Chicago Rock Cafe in Grimsby knocking back double JD & Cokes and boy did I pay for it yesterday

    DITTO… :lol1:
    went out saturday looking for laminate flooring, ended up taking the missus and jodie to similar type american bar diner.. audrey & jodie had a laugh at me.. ide been drinking a few beers in the car as she drove, then in the diner she lifted a cocktail menu. knowing how i like my sweet drinks 😳 (i mean hard wiskey & beer 😉 ) she went through the menu picking everything she could to see if i could polish it off with one sook of my curly lemon straw 😕 ( i mean down 10 it in one go & not use the loo once, like a real man argghh) anyway.. after my “sex on the beach” a drink lads a drink 😮 i was taken home and put to bed at 9.30 sat night, like a good boy… :baby:

  • Jill Marie Welsh

    August 30, 2004 at 8:24 pm

    I spent my Saturday night listening to old Elton John and Bay City Rollers albums 😳
    Then some old Sam Cooke.
    Not really….I actually went out for the first time in ages to see a band at the American Legion.
    I emailed Steve Thurlow some pix of the local yokels.
    Wish I could attach files here!
    It would prove that there are even more pathetic people in the world
    than those who spend Saturday nights online.
    (Hey, at least they were at a sign site, not a porn site!)

  • Nicola McIntosh

    September 4, 2004 at 11:13 pm

    saturday night is alright by me!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 😛 😛 😛 😛
    had a hard flippin week, (like every week) just like everyone else!! i live in the country, and the country comforts are the bizzzzzz 😛
    no one chappin on your door, log fire blazin, the best chef in the land (ed)
    what more can a woman want!! 😛 😛 😛 (certainly not a night on the town 😮 ) best to be cosy in your own home!! with a wee bordeaux!! 😀
    😀 😉 😉

  • John Childs

    September 5, 2004 at 7:31 am

    What a difference a week makes. 😀

    We had the annual bike club barbecue here last night. Funnily enough, my head feels fine this morning.

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