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« Reply #20520 on: Thursday, April 19, 2018, 12:01:25 »

Making my first cricket outing of the season tomorrow (Taunton).  Smiley  Will be trying not to think about what will be on offer at the CG the following day.  Zzz
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« Reply #20521 on: Friday, April 20, 2018, 09:04:11 »

A 10% pay rise from a client for no reason other than I'm fucking awesome. (His words, not mine).

It's a very small difference when spread over all my jobs, but it's still a nice message to wake up to.
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« Reply #20522 on: Saturday, April 21, 2018, 20:44:56 »

Rediscovering the majestic Budgie. First band I ever saw live and forgotten about, rediscovered a couple of tracks and now got their 3 MCA albums for less than a tenner. Very good band but probably around at the wrong time.
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« Reply #20523 on: Sunday, April 22, 2018, 16:40:52 »

The British Museum.
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« Reply #20524 on: Sunday, April 22, 2018, 20:32:46 »

Airbnb. Wish I'd discovered it before this year.
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« Reply #20525 on: Monday, April 23, 2018, 16:16:58 »

Nice to hear that comrade Corbyn has tweeted his warmest wishes to the happy royal couple on the arrival of the fifth in line to the throne. Ok, so it was through gritted teeth and the warmth was a Siberian chill but hey itís the thought that counts. Well that and the thought he has to bow to them and swear allegiance 
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« Reply #20526 on: Monday, April 23, 2018, 16:44:19 »

Nice to hear that comrade Corbyn has tweeted his warmest wishes to the happy royal couple on the arrival of the fifth in line to the throne. Ok, so it was through gritted teeth and the warmth was a Siberian chill but hey itís the thought that counts. Well that and the thought he has to bow to them and swear allegiance  

Abolition of the Monarchy has never been Labour policy, even though there are individuals within the party who favour it of whom Corbyn is one.

It wsn't even in the 83 manifesto, but abolition of the House of Lords was.  Personally once the queen goes, I think there should be a serious debate about whether we want to continue with this.

I'd like to see Jurgen Klopp as president
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« Reply #20527 on: Monday, April 23, 2018, 17:06:22 »

Lets have another vote so that another set of folks can lose and not ever accept the result.
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« Reply #20528 on: Monday, April 23, 2018, 17:13:23 »

Lets have another vote so that another set of folks can lose and not ever accept the result.

Nah they can just force another vote 40 years after the one they lost and when they win tell everyone to get over it without a hint of irony!  Head Hurts
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« Reply #20529 on: Monday, April 23, 2018, 17:19:28 »

Abolition of the Monarchy has never been Labour policy, even though there are individuals within the party who favour it of whom Corbyn is one.

It wsn't even in the 83 manifesto, but abolition of the House of Lords was.  Personally once the queen goes, I think there should be a serious debate about whether we want to continue with this.

I'd like to see Jurgen Klopp as president
Krautswap
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« Reply #20530 on: Monday, April 23, 2018, 17:27:18 »

Nah they can just force another vote 40 years after the one they lost and when they win tell everyone to get over it without a hint of irony!  Head Hurts
Like the EU did with the Irish you mean?
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« Reply #20531 on: Monday, April 23, 2018, 17:29:55 »

Nah they can just force another vote 40 years after the one they lost and when they win tell everyone to get over it without a hint of irony!  Head Hurts

Interestingly in the 83 Labour manifesto, withdrawal from the EU was the policy option offered.  Thatcher offered continuation of the European project, leading to her signing the Single European Act, which paved the way for the Single Market and Custom's Union
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« Reply #20532 on: Monday, April 23, 2018, 17:30:54 »

Krautswap

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« Reply #20533 on: Tuesday, April 24, 2018, 14:03:27 »

Been looking for a new electric shower and came across this on a review site. I love typos:
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Did you manage to find the right electric shower for you? Since you mentioned you donít have an integral pimp, I highly recommend the Triton Seville or the Mira Sport Max.
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« Reply #20534 on: Tuesday, April 24, 2018, 14:08:11 »

Been looking for a new electric shower and came across this on a review site. I love typos:

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Did you manage to find the right electric shower for you? Since you mentioned you donít have an integral pimp, I highly recommend the Triton Seville or the Mira Sport Max.

Haha, if only the Triton Seville had the typo Triiton Savile (Tri-it-on).... Hmmm
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