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« Reply #28485 on: Today at 13:21:26 »

Just watched a bit of the cricket, all those Indian supporters "supporting" their team!  Happy enough to come over and claim our benefits and use our nhs!!  Why are they not working on a tuesday and why aren't the kids at school!  pmsl
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« Reply #28486 on: Today at 13:33:26 »

Just watched a bit of the cricket, all those Indian supporters "supporting" their team!  Happy enough to come over and claim our benefits and use our nhs!!  Why are they not working on a tuesday and why aren't the kids at school!  pmsl

They are the NHS  Wink
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« Reply #28487 on: Today at 14:09:27 »

Got up this morning to go for a run as usual, while getting ready, stepped on a wasp in my bare feet. Now have a little toe roughly the size of Finland and can barely walk, much less run Sad Not a great start to the day.

How's the wasp?
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« Reply #28488 on: Today at 14:18:09 »

How's the wasp?
Buzzing.
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30 years now and I've moved on and still we got the torys back in the chair
The current generation are out on the streets
With a whole new set of reasons to be fighting police
No justice and Stephen we know where to start
Gangs are busy tearing inner cities apart

30 years still living in a ghost town
Still dragging us down
Telling us the way we should live

Guns of Navarone....
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« Reply #28489 on: Today at 14:18:22 »

How's the wasp?

You're lucky to find one these days... there is a growing crisis in the loss of insect pollinators, which is having a massive impact on biodiversity.  All sorts of reasons for this... climate change, rise in human population causing habitat loss, overuse of pesticides, even just "tidiness"
 
SBC provide plenty examples of the latter, for example recently wantonly chopping down the carefully developed meadow lands at 7 fields. 
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« Reply #28490 on: Today at 14:28:05 »

How's the wasp?

This story has a sting in the tail
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« Reply #28491 on: Today at 14:28:56 »

 
How's the wasp?
It's fine, thanks for asking!
You're lucky to find one these days
Didn't feel that lucky as I hopped around my bathroom with a toe like something off Tom and Jerry this morning.
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