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General Discussion / Re: Covid 19
« Last post by Pete on March 21, 2020, 16:30:43 pm »
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I've twice been attacked by a badger, never by a hedgehog.


Al


You are joking, right?
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There's still way too many badgers which are killing the hedgehogs ...

BS
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There's still way too many badgers which are killing the hedgehogs ...

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About Time Killing Badgers because it's cheaper than taking care of your cattle was always wrong.
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General Discussion / Re: Covid 19
« Last post by baldy on March 18, 2020, 19:28:49 pm »
I have decided not to throw out my pile of newspapers, just in case ...
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General Discussion / Re: Covid 19
« Last post by baldy on March 18, 2020, 19:26:42 pm »
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General Discussion / Re: Covid 19
« Last post by Shizzy on March 18, 2020, 15:56:32 pm »
A few thoughts on the current crisis.

1. The lowest paid in society will end up doing the most during this outbreak, nurses, paramedics, drivers, delivery driver, care workers etc. whilst grossly overpaid footballers and celebs will contribute F all.

2. We hopefully may see the end of 'celeb' culture. Most are talent less and survive on the oxygen of publicity and posting pics of themselves at events or on holiday. With papers devoting column inches to more important issues,and the restriction of travel, and cancellation of events they may just wither on the vine, starved of publicity. Maybe society will take a look at itself and decide what is important in life.

3. Probably won't hear much more from Greta, after all the current situation we find ourselves in is what Extinction Rebellion are calling for, the public have had an insight into their vision of the world.

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General Discussion / Re: Covid 19
« Last post by Bob DeBilda on March 18, 2020, 15:44:30 pm »
Just been in Lidl, loads of patio heaters and cross cut mitre saws left.

Can't wipe your @rse with them though.  :laugh:
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General Discussion / Re: Covid 19
« Last post by Shizzy on March 18, 2020, 15:16:30 pm »
Just been in Lidl, loads of patio heaters and cross cut mitre saws left.
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