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« Reply #27015 on: Sunday, December 10, 2017, 21:31:25 »

the number of people whining about the roads.

yeah they aren't great to say the least. but it hammered down with snow. unless you want to triple council taxes to invest in more snow clearing vehicles and standby staff that are used one or twice a year chill out.
Gritter drivers , drive the bin waggon when its not snowing.
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« Reply #27016 on: Monday, December 11, 2017, 12:20:39 »

Gift giving as an adult has turned into my sister nagging me for links to what i want, so that she can give me a link for what she wants (conveniently never less than what i end up sharing).

It's an utterly pointless venture, especially when she wants vouchers

Just ask for Wiggle vouchers
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« Reply #27017 on: Monday, December 11, 2017, 12:26:59 »

When did they move the Colchester game from Sat to Friday?  FFS  Angry
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« Reply #27018 on: Monday, December 11, 2017, 12:39:33 »

Ages ago!
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« Reply #27019 on: Monday, December 11, 2017, 12:45:25 »

Ok noted.  Everyone I go with seems to have missed it.

Whatever the notice it's still a really dumb decision.  It's a complete myth that this generates a net increase in the gate.
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« Reply #27020 on: Monday, December 11, 2017, 14:38:31 »

My dog is scared of snowmen!
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« Reply #27021 on: Monday, December 11, 2017, 19:00:55 »

Our fans.

Power releases a statement to say thanks for travelling to Accrington, prompting some of the special element within our fan base to moan about it as it's not enough. He's in no way responsible, he can't control the fucking weather.
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« Reply #27022 on: Monday, December 11, 2017, 19:05:56 »

Our fans.

Power releases a statement to say thanks for travelling to Accrington, prompting some of the special element within our fan base to moan about it as it's not enough. He's in no way responsible, he can't control the fucking weather.
I saw the comments on FB and thought the same as you. Unbelievable.
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« Reply #27023 on: Tuesday, December 12, 2017, 10:55:52 »

Went for a bracing 3 mile run over the frozen snow around Coate Water in the dark this morning, obviously had to be careful in places but successfully navigated my way round without slipping, sliding etc and it was absolutely glorious, really beautiful. Was just coming out on to Day House Lane congratulating myself on avoiding mishap as I got back onto the "safe" bits when I tripped over a fallen tree branch, went flying, did a full-on Superman and landed on my face. Sat here now with a fat lip, drinking coffee out of one side of my mouth. I'm sure the dog actually laughed at me Smiley
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« Reply #27024 on: Tuesday, December 12, 2017, 14:31:45 »

Went for a bracing 3 mile run over the frozen snow around Coate Water in the dark this morning, obviously had to be careful in places but successfully navigated my way round without slipping, sliding etc and it was absolutely glorious, really beautiful. Was just coming out on to Day House Lane congratulating myself on avoiding mishap as I got back onto the "safe" bits when I tripped over a fallen tree branch, went flying, did a full-on Superman and landed on my face. Sat here now with a fat lip, drinking coffee out of one side of my mouth. I'm sure the dog actually laughed at me Smiley

Ouch! 

As long as teeth are intact, no damage done, other than to dignity. Last year I went down, on a wet slippy pavement in OT.  rucksack of shopping on my back, so ended up like  beetle.  A nice fit young girl took pity on a poor old man and helped me back up  Smiley  proper loss of dignity.
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« Reply #27025 on: Tuesday, December 12, 2017, 14:57:02 »

Ouch! 

As long as teeth are intact, no damage done, other than to dignity. Last year I went down, on a wet slippy pavement in OT.  rucksack of shopping on my back, so ended up like  beetle.  A nice fit young girl took pity on a poor old man and helped me back up  Smiley  proper loss of dignity.
Cuts to the knees, fat lip and a badly bruised ego Smiley Fortunately one of the benefits of going running early in the morning is there was no-one around to see me flying (except the dog)
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« Reply #27026 on: Tuesday, December 12, 2017, 15:03:47 »

Tripping up steps at the football or cinema is pretty humiliating  Grin
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« Reply #27027 on: Tuesday, December 12, 2017, 15:47:08 »

Last year I went down, on a wet slippy pavement in OT.

Pervert!
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« Reply #27028 on: Tuesday, December 12, 2017, 15:55:25 »

Ouch! 

As long as teeth are intact, no damage done, other than to dignity. Last year I went down, on a wet slippy pavement in OT.  rucksack of shopping on my back, so ended up like  beetle.  A nice fit young girl took pity on a poor old man and helped me back up  Smiley  proper loss of dignity.

This happens more frequently in older age Reg.  it's like being under 5 again, you see it all the time with Pensioners, walking along and then with no possible obstacle they are flat on their backs.
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« Reply #27029 on: Tuesday, December 12, 2017, 17:12:21 »

If you had a spare 15,000 would you buy a bitcoin?
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