it was supposed to be a joke
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honestly I took it as one, I'm into 'irony' being English and I'm truly glad you never replied 'yes' to my reply as I might of felt obliged to offer up a tasty tit-bit... I guess all I can really say is that 'you had your chance'...
all is cool
I'm sitting here in my apartment overlooking a river on a beautiful sunny day in Kent contemplating my last few hours of freedom on Head-Fi, I now know how Hannibal felt before his masking, I digress...
From tomorrow I will be joining the Team at Chord Electronics as a Customer-Liaison Rep on Head-Fi... my role will be to act as a conduit for Head-Fi'ers who need information or help with their Chord products, I will channel any queries or questions to the right person within the team & will follow things through to conclusion.
I will also keep Head-Fi'ers informed or new products and Events & Shows... my role is independent of Chord as I essentially work direct for John Franks & assist Rob on Head-Fi.
I am a happy chappy indeedy...
Well done dude! You need to get your signature changed to member of the trade now :D
cheers Phil, appreciated... think my mask arrives tomorrow, I have visions of Admin giggling their heads off, ho-hum.
cheers... I got another analogy I'd like to add (you ain't got a choice)... it's like being picked for West Ham's first team (I used to dream of that as a kid)...
Yes, wasted on a commute hasn't heard the Hugo.
Mine went down in battery power yesterday and took a good 1.5 hours to come back. Not sure what it took so long with a depleted battery. I have done this accidentally in the past 2 times and it took about .5 hour to come back.
Is there a reason larger capacity batteries were not used in the Hugo? It would have been nice also, if they would have been user replaceable. Contacts at both ends of the battery with enough pressure, would have been easy to do and there would have been little resistance at these points. I always like hard wiring but it would have been a nice feature.
Congratulations to your 10k post and that's a lot of writings!