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 Justanotherchap
Joined: 12/4/2013
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Change of life
Posted: 9/21/2018 4:39:26 AM
Well done you. This getting older is no damned good especially age discrimination. I know we probably ought to move over for the young uns but some of us still have a mortgage to pay. How's it going, other than pints, have you pulled yet?
 Justanotherchap
Joined: 12/4/2013
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Holiday - small one
Posted: 9/21/2018 4:34:17 AM
We've been going to sunny west Wales for years now and we're off again in just a few minutes. For the first time ever the weather is looking bad. Previously even in march we've had full on sun. the obligatory fish n chips on the beach may get a little soggy. See you Tuesday.
 Justanotherchap
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I am thinking of creating another profile with my age twenty years younger.
Posted: 9/21/2018 4:31:17 AM
I've a friend just hit 60 I think. He is very much a womaniser. Loves women, loves being with them and confessed to me the other day that I am one of the very few blokes he can bear to spend time with. He likes younger women too, like the OP. But mainly because sex is a big thing to him and he likes younger bodies. I find it difficult talking to him about it because he is very singular in his thoughts about women. Putting words into his mouth, he sees them as trophies and sex objects. His conversation to me is always be at least 50% about the same subject whilst I would see that as a very small part of my life. I find him confusing because he professes to want a steady long term relationship whilst at the same time lusting after the youngest totty available. Here's the thing, he does have success with very attractive younger women in their 30s and 40s and sometime even 20s. I don't see what they find attractive. His relationships don't last though. Whether that is because they get tired of a bloke who only sees them for one thing or because he is after the next conquest I don't know. lovely kind, caring, considerate bloke though for all that.
 Justanotherchap
Joined: 12/4/2013
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Brexit? A coup de grace?
Posted: 9/21/2018 4:16:41 AM
Maybe, but this government in particular has never proven they have any idea how to run an economy never mind negotiating to leave the EU in an orderly fashion. All the figures coming out whether its the NHS, police, housing, manufacturing point towards a disastrous reign by ths group of imbeciles. Do you really trust them to move our country forward into the bright sunny uplands?
 Justanotherchap
Joined: 12/4/2013
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Corbyn - time to go?
Posted: 9/19/2018 4:21:53 AM
I do. And it is still a puzzle but this seems to be the accepted reason:

By Thomas Pascoe
The Telegraph, London
Thursday, July 5, 2012



A great deal of Gordon Brown's economic strategy would strike a sane man as troubling. Not a great deal was mysterious. The orgy of consumption spending, frequent extensions of the cycle over which he would "borrow to invest," proclamations of the "end of boom and bust": These are part of the armoury of modern politicians of all political hues.

One decision stands out as downright bizarre, however: the sale of the majority of Britain's gold reserves for prices between $256 and $296 an ounce, only to watch it soar so far as $1,615 per ounce today.

When Brown decided to dispose of almost 400 tonnes of gold between 1999 and 2002, he did two distinctly odd things.

First, he broke with convention and announced the sale well in advance, giving the market notice that it was shortly to be flooded and forcing down the spot price. This was apparently done in the interests of "open government" but had the effect of sending the spot price of gold to a 20-year low, as implied by basic supply and demand theory.

Second, the Treasury elected to sell its gold via auction. Again, this broke with the standard model. The price of gold was usually determined at a morning and afternoon "fix" between representatives of big banks whose network of smaller bank clients and private orders allowed them to determine the exact price at which demand met with supply.
The auction system again frequently achieved a lower price than the equivalent fix price. The first auction saw an auction price of $10 less per ounce than was achieved at the morning fix. It also acted to depress the price of the afternoon fix which fell by nearly $4.

It seemed almost as if the Treasury was trying to achieve the lowest price possible for the public's gold. It was.

One of the most popular trading plays of the late 1990s was the carry trade, particularly the gold carry trade.

In this a bank would borrow gold from another financial institution for a set period, and pay a token sum relative to the overall value of that gold for the privilege.

Once control of the gold had been passed over, the bank would then immediately sell it for its full market value. The proceeds would be invested in an alternative product which was predicted to generate a better return over the period than gold which was enduring a spell of relative price stability, even decline.

At the end of the allotted period, the bank would sell its investment and use the proceeds to buy back the amount of gold it had originally borrowed. This gold would be returned to the lender. The borrowing bank would trouser the difference between the two prices.

This plan worked brilliantly when gold fell and the other asset -- for the bank at the heart of this case, yen-backed securities -- rose. When the prices moved the other way, the banks were in trouble.

This is what had happened on an enormous scale by early 1999. One globally significant US bank in particular is understood to have been heavily short on two tonnes of gold, enough to call into question its solvency if redemption occurred at the prevailing price.

Goldman Sachs, which is not understood to have been significantly short on gold itself, is rumoured to have approached the Treasury to explain the situation through its then head of commodities Gavyn Davies, later chairman of the BBC and married to Sue Nye, who ran Brown's private office.

Faced with the prospect of a global collapse in the banking system, the Chancellor took the decision to bail out the banks by dumping Britain's gold, forcing the price down and allowing the banks to buy back gold at a profit, thus meeting their borrowing obligations.

I spoke with Peter Hambro, chairman of Petroplavosk and a leading figure in the London gold market, late last year and asked him about the rumours above.

"I think that Mr Brown found himself in a terrible position," Hambro said.

"He was facing a problem that was a world-scale problem where a number of financial institutions had become voluntarily short of gold to the extent that it was threatening the stability of the financial system and it was obvious that something had to be done."

While the market manipulation that occurred when the gold reserves were sold was not illegal as the abuse at Barclays may have been, the moral atmosphere in which it took place was identical.

The crash which began in 2007 and endures still was the result of an abdication of responsibility across the financial sector. This abdication ranged from the consumer whose thirst for goods pushed him beyond into grave debt to a government whose lust for popularity encouraged it to do the same.

Responsibility is evaded by all bar those on whose shoulders it ought to rest. The gold panic of 1999 was expensively paid for by the British public. The one thing politicians ought to have bought with that money was a lesson in the structural restraints that needed to be placed on banks now that the principle that they were ultimately public liabilities had been established.

It was a lesson that could have acted to restrain all players in the credit market boom of the 2000s. It was a lesson nobody learnt.
 Justanotherchap
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Corbyn - time to go?
Posted: 9/19/2018 3:10:39 AM
I don't get it Bunny, you're an intelligent chap yet you till believe the Tory bullshit. How could Labour economics be any worse than what the Tories have done over the past 10 years? Sure, they've given tax cuts to the already rich which you might support but they've done nowt about tackling tax avoidance at every level, increased the national debt by about 1000 billion, spent more on the Universal Credit system than it could ever possibly save, got NHS waiting lists longer than ever, sold off even more council housing and spent the proceeds on a few follies but certainly not housing. When the only government in the last 100 years to actually create a budget surplus was under Brown and Blair, how can you keep arguing that the economy is safe in Tory hands?
 Justanotherchap
Joined: 12/4/2013
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Random Music - Happy Mondays
Posted: 9/19/2018 2:51:27 AM

People should be proud of their council house - Theresa May'


Tugs forelock - thankee maam.

Anyway, this initiative is just wishful thinking not a policy and most importantly is not scheduled to happen until 2021, long after she's gone.
 Justanotherchap
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I am thinking of creating another profile with my age twenty years younger.
Posted: 9/19/2018 2:47:01 AM
Fascinating question and lots of thoughts.

To make such a judgement about 45 year old women, you're suggesting that you've met everyone in your area of a similar age who are available. Could I point out that anyone who is of a similar age to yourself is likely to have been in a relationship of some sort and have children. Are they really all alcoholics. If so that'll be news to my family in the area.

How much time have you spent with 25 year old female singles to know that you are in tune with their generation?

I think a 20 year difference in ages could be a problem. My niece is married to an older man and they have children together. You need a bit of a thick skin when you're asked for the hundredth time if the kids are your grandchildren.
 Justanotherchap
Joined: 12/4/2013
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Brexit? A coup de grace?
Posted: 9/18/2018 5:16:25 AM
But isn't that the point. If had had a referendum on the Maastricht treaty it would never have been signed on our behalf. That would have given time for the smart arses to ork out something that was acceptable to us and a large part of the rest of Europe.
 Justanotherchap
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Change of life
Posted: 9/18/2018 1:41:16 AM
other than needing a job, is that the reason for taking this one. Statistically, most people still meet their partners at work.


Bloody hell - I don't think there are 10 of us here?
In order to maintain the highest quality forums you are restricted to having no more then 2 of the last 10 posts on a thread.
Since 2 of the last 10 posts are yours you can not post to this thread.
 Justanotherchap
Joined: 12/4/2013
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Brexit? A coup de grace?
Posted: 9/18/2018 1:38:28 AM
traitors? Depends on your definition but someone who undermines the country especially at its hour of need is definitely one in my book. Mogg has established an offshore branch of his very successful investment company in Ireland (beloved location of all taxdodgers) and is exhorting people to move their money out of the UK to better themselves. How much money do these greedy **stards need?

Johnson is doing everything for himself and only himself. Hardly patriotic.
 Justanotherchap
Joined: 12/4/2013
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Corbyn - time to go?
Posted: 9/18/2018 1:32:54 AM
Sort of agree with most you say or a least the sentiment behind your words, but, Corbyn is not electable. I have plenty of middle class friends who are not as interested in politics and the games the rich and powerful play, they simply see him as taking us back to the 70s with strikes and no electricity and all that went on back then. Corbyn is not good at getting his message across and even in his own party is not that liked. it doesn't help that he has kept a few idiots in his shadow cabinet, I'm thinking particularly of Diane Abbott.

The general populace sucks up what is given to them whether it is celebrity TV or zero hours contracts. They would rebel given the opportunity, witness Brexit, but they aren't hurting enough yet to head out to the streets.
 Justanotherchap
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Should safe fracking be encouraged?
Posted: 9/18/2018 1:26:03 AM
Oooh - I'm warming to Justinelle. Definitely on your side on this one.
 Justanotherchap
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Random Music - Happy Mondays
Posted: 9/17/2018 5:56:48 AM
did anyone come to say hello Wrighty?

Depressing to see that 50 years on racism is still alive and well in America. Down there in Charlottsville back in 1957 the government had to send federal troops in to ensure blacks could go to white schools. 60 years on and the local counties are using the charter bill to achieve segregation once again, Charter schools are ones which receive money direct from the government. Apparenly this is more efficient allowing teachers to be more accountable . It would also mean that kids from outside of the area could only attend if there were space available. So plonk your new school down in a white neighbourhood and you're back 60 years. BTW do charter schools sound a little like academies?

The result is that in order for th counties schools to achieve integration as dictated by federal law, 55% of students would have to change schools.

Meanwhile elsewhere in the states, a client at a drive in Taco Bell was refused service because she was speaking English.

And in Texas I think, a female law office goes home after her shift, enters her apartment and after an argument with the occupier shoots him dead (he's black btw). She calls it in and is immediately suspended from duty. The only thing is, it wasn't her apartment.
 Justanotherchap
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Bitcoin - just how bonkers is it?
Posted: 9/17/2018 5:42:42 AM
"The Dow Jones industrial index 760 in 1980 is now 26,154." I thought Maths would have been your strong suit Billy - it's more like 40 times.

And the answer is no.
 Justanotherchap
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Fav Comediens
Posted: 9/17/2018 5:39:59 AM
Gotta be the girl at Specsavers who I just called to start my hearing aid purchase. "it'll be an excell, is that OK?". What was that. " an excell, is that OK?". A what? " " an excell". Yeah, whatever, see you tomorrow.
 Justanotherchap
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Change of life
Posted: 9/17/2018 5:36:39 AM
On the whole I think most people drive OK but there are some loons about. Why do people need to stick so closely to my bumper or cross hatched markings which are there to protect other road users? Making left turns from the right hand lane seems to be in at the moment around here too? and my pet hate, parking on the zigzag lines to save walking to the takaway>
 Justanotherchap
Joined: 12/4/2013
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Brexit? A coup de grace?
Posted: 9/17/2018 5:33:51 AM
The Tories are all over the place on this, again, still. Really, I do believe any 6th form group could have done better.

It really is about time the press stopped hanging on every word those traitors Johnson and Mogg utter and start listening to the grown ups.

My friend is still convinced Brexit will never happen. There are more people joining in the clamour for a 2nd referendum or election but really is there time for it? And the so called deadlines loom and get pushed back, the opportunity to formulate and make a referendum happen gets ever smaller. The EU is having a special meeting of all the leaders in November. Given that most of them will pack up for Christmas soon after and we leave on the 19th March, there's not a lot of time. Nick Clegg who was an EU trade negotiator was saying today that he was never involved in a negotiation which finished on time and that the Eu would be happy to extend the deadlines and push the exit back should we ask.

I do wonder if it is part of May's planning to reduce the available time for discussion in parliament such that there is not enough time to do anything but crash out?
 Justanotherchap
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Change of life
Posted: 9/15/2018 9:55:00 AM
Just had my 2nd driving lesson today. Bit of en eye opener. Maybe some of the things I was taught a zillion years ago which I'd forgotten, I don't know. Anyway, I'm off to practice and then should be able to teach the parallel park! Yay, after all these years.
 Justanotherchap
Joined: 12/4/2013
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Random Music - Happy Mondays
Posted: 9/14/2018 5:38:49 AM
Oh no!!!! Bad news. Big Brother and Celebrity Big Brother are coming to an end. These will be the last ever series. Whatever am I going to do now?

Oh! Wait. I never watched them. Phew -panic over.
 Justanotherchap
Joined: 12/4/2013
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I am lovely
Posted: 9/14/2018 2:55:22 AM
I do try to be kind to myself and not beat myself up. That was one of the things we did on the Mindfulness course which I did twice, that confused the NHS.
 Justanotherchap
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what is your guilty pleasure
Posted: 9/14/2018 2:54:20 AM
Moving off topic slightly. I used to run a model car factory, we made hand made cars in white metal back in the 80's. Specialised in Jaguars, we made the Mk2, XJ6/12, Xk150. E Type (rubbish) and XJ13. We sold the business, sadly it and their much larger company succumbed to cheap imports from Korea and Japan.

Here's a few listings on ebay - looks like they may be collectable now https://www.ebay.co.uk/b/Western-Models-Jaguar-Contemporary-Manufacture-Diecast-Cars/180506/bn_83174329
 Justanotherchap
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what is your guilty pleasure
Posted: 9/13/2018 8:28:19 AM
Must visit Wrighty's Bus Mueseum when I'm up that way
 Justanotherchap
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Random Music - Happy Mondays
Posted: 9/12/2018 5:41:52 AM
This one https://www.sunderlandecho.com/our-region/sunderland/police-urge-alleged-sunderland-rape-victim-to-review-evidence-1-8545072

is this the same one

https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/714182/Police-arrest-gang-six-migrants-woman-abducted-raped

or this

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/1849517/woman-claims-she-was-raped-after-her-drink-was-spiked-by-gang-of-middle-eastern-migrants-and-she-woke-up-in-a-strange-house/

there's loads on there if you use the right form of words - rape woman sunderland immigrants
 Justanotherchap
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Strange
Posted: 9/12/2018 5:30:06 AM
Uptick.


In order to maintain the highest quality forums you are restricted to having no more then 2 of the last 10 posts on a thread.
Since 2 of the last 10 posts are yours you can not post to this thread.
 Justanotherchap
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Strange
Posted: 9/12/2018 3:55:31 AM
One swallow does not a summer make!

I wonder who the transgressor could have been?

Anyway, it was nice knowing you.
 Justanotherchap
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If your house was on fire what would you save?
Posted: 9/12/2018 2:22:10 AM
Any memories I could grab. Mum and Dad's photos, my photos and of course my phone, that is so much a part of my life now.
 Justanotherchap
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Forum Roll Call
Posted: 9/11/2018 6:11:37 AM
More than you thought? I notice a few people have popped up who haven't added their names to this list maybe because it was sent to the bottom of the pile?
 Justanotherchap
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Strange
Posted: 9/11/2018 6:10:03 AM
Don't think so Bunny. Pretty sure that rule applies to us all, even those of us who haven't been naughty boy (this time around).
 Justanotherchap
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Royal wedding - the latest for those of you holding your noses.
Posted: 9/11/2018 3:08:42 AM
True. but people ill be queuing up to get tickets to stand in the grounds and thousands more will line the same route that harry and Megs took. I don't get it but that doesn't matter a damn as loads of people love the whole thing. That I will never understand that will make no difference to them.
 Justanotherchap
Joined: 12/4/2013
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Brexit? A coup de grace?
Posted: 9/11/2018 3:01:25 AM
I read a piece by Simon Jenkins in the Guardian yesterday about the rise of the right wing in Europe. You can read it here https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/sep/10/immigration-europe-sweden-elections-brexit

But the headline of the article is "Xenophobia is sweeping the continent. European agreement to address migration is vital". This is th problem, as long as the ruling classes think they know best, we won't have change. That I am against uncontrolled immigration does not make me racist nor xenophobic and as long as people keep telling me I am, I will keep pushing back.
 Justanotherchap
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Strange
Posted: 9/11/2018 2:55:52 AM
Roxy is obviously not paranoid.
 Justanotherchap
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Should safe fracking be encouraged?
Posted: 9/11/2018 2:55:03 AM
I think I'm like everyone else (except Pauline), a keyboard warrior. I know we're all better off with better cars and holidays and stuff but I think we live in a less caring country than we did.
 Justanotherchap
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Random Music - Happy Mondays
Posted: 9/11/2018 2:52:06 AM
Oh gosh yes. What fun they would have had with Johnson, May, Corbyn, Davies et al.
 Justanotherchap
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Brexit? A coup de grace?
Posted: 9/8/2018 7:02:42 AM
sounds like complete bollocks to me.
 Justanotherchap
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Forum Roll Call
Posted: 9/8/2018 2:54:24 AM
How predictably boring I am B. Yes, here I am, it's Saturday, I'm working and therefore bored. Morning everyone.
 Justanotherchap
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Random Music - Lets Sing About Everything
Posted: 9/4/2018 5:53:33 AM
Interesting article - Mourinho has been fined nearly 2 million in Spain for tax evasion. But look at the bottom, see how much tax he paid in 3-4 years. we all know they get paid loads but that much?


Manchester United manager José Mourinho has reached a deal with the Spanish state on a one-year suspended sentence in a long-running tax fraud case, Spain's El Mundo newspaper reports.

The Portuguese national was also fined about €2m (£1.8m; $2.3m), it says.

He was accused of owing nearly €3.3m in undeclared image rights revenue for 2011 and 2012, when he was Real Madrid manager.

Mr Mourinho said earlier he had paid all the taxes he owed.

He is not expected to serve any time in jail because Spanish law states that a sentence of under two years for a first offence can be served on probation, according to Reuters news agency.

Spanish authorities launched the image rights case against Mr Mourinho in June last year.

His representatives, Gestifute Media, said at the time that he had paid more than €26m in tax at an average rate of more than 41% while living in Spain from 2010 to 2013.
 Justanotherchap
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Change of life
Posted: 9/4/2018 2:05:46 AM
Back on topic - again.

I will be up in Pontefract for a couple of days on an instructors course. Never been there before and I doubt I will get to see much of it. Might get to meet Brian if he picks up my mail. Two or so days out of the office will seem like a holiday.
 Justanotherchap
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The best band you have ever seen live.
Posted: 9/3/2018 3:36:04 AM
Never been a big concert goer. Saw Ward Thomas last year. Very impressed with their songwriting and their talent to put the songs across.

Best band would have to be the Birmingam Symphony playing Ravel's bolero.
 Justanotherchap
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Brexit all the way to the door.. but no further?
Posted: 9/3/2018 3:33:26 AM
Who knows Billy but please stop confusing us with your verisons of socialism and conservatism.

I find it amusing that Trump is telling the world how much largesse America is splashing around and how we all ought to be grateful when exactly the opposite is true. America is soaking up the world resources in return for currency which is effectively the worlds reserve currency. Should the scales ever fall from people eyes there will be mayhem.
 Justanotherchap
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Trying to set up a good dating profile
Posted: 9/3/2018 3:30:06 AM
Great profile but then I'm bloke. Don't expect too many replies. Not your fault, it is just the nature of the beast.
 Justanotherchap
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The 80s, a decade of great music or utter rubbish
Posted: 9/3/2018 3:28:57 AM
There's some stuff from every era worth listening to again and an awful lot of utter forgettable rubbish. They're replaying Top of the Pops from various years, worth watching just to see how any truly awful songs got near the top.
 Justanotherchap
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real life things that drive you mad
Posted: 9/1/2018 2:15:10 AM
These telephone systems may suit the budgeters but are pretty useless for progressing anything.

My memory is crap, did I tell you about my helping out at an accident scene a month or so ago? Oh well, essentially I came upon an accident in a one way backwaters shortcut, young girl on the ground knocked off a bike by a car. On the ground. They'd called an ambulance but given the nature of the road needed it kept clear until help arrived. I reversed a few hundred yards u the road, around a curve etc and was now out of contact. I blocked the road and turned people around etc. After what seemed like hours ut in reality was only 40 minutes, I decided to call 101 to find out what was happening, was I still needed, was help on the way. Thinking 999 is too serious I called 101. Don't bother. The system wanted to know which county I was in, which service I required, did I know the direct line number etc.

Thanks to the Tories, the only emergency ambulance available had been diverted to someone who wasn't breathing and so unless our casualty stopped breathing it was going to take while.

Eventually 2 ambulances and a police car did turn up and the girl was OK. Not the best 15th birthday present she had that day.
 Justanotherchap
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what is your guilty pleasure
Posted: 8/31/2018 2:33:58 AM
Errr - No. She reminds me of a stork about to pounce on some poor frog. Watch her doing curtsey. Embarassing.
 Justanotherchap
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what is your guilty pleasure
Posted: 8/30/2018 9:18:59 AM
Thanks for that . Possibly the worst dancing ever.
 Justanotherchap
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what is your guilty pleasure
Posted: 8/30/2018 2:14:37 AM
Picking orange up on his mistakes. " but I've missed less than a dozen episodes since it started" I think you mean fewer



 Justanotherchap
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Random Music - Lets Sing About Everything
Posted: 8/29/2018 9:27:43 AM
Bong! "Police raid cafe in Brixton"

 Justanotherchap
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Random Music - Lets Sing About Everything
Posted: 8/29/2018 7:42:10 AM
I guess I shouldn't be surprised but I've led a sheltered life. I just googled "buy a sex doll". The first on the list was a shop, plenty of bargains at £1500 - soon get your money back on th

Alibaba came up in the listings too with remote control dildos, his'n'hers anal plugs ad loads of sex dolls. I was particularly impressed with the travel size Granny love doll complete with no teeth :-)

Over on Amazon they have "165CM Inflatable Dolls Women 's Ladies Loudspeaker Eating Pants Folded with Men 's Appliances Lingerie Gift ". Disclaimer - Someone will know what that is but not me.

That's been a fun 5 minutes!
 Justanotherchap
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Random Music - Lets Sing About Everything
Posted: 8/29/2018 5:23:50 AM
You didn't say if you approved or not Vlad!

I can't see any harm in this, better than trafficing women surely? A bit of me thinks it is wrong but really why should I object to someone shagging a bit of plastic other than it isn't eco friendly - used banana skins would be kinder to the world.
 Justanotherchap
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Random Music - Lets Sing About Everything
Posted: 8/29/2018 2:45:40 AM
Went to see a play by the Mikron Theatre company last night. They are a touring company performing in pubs and halls travelling around the country in a barge. Just 4 of them each plays a number of roles and the company write their own stuff. Last nights play was about Womens Suffrage. Very moving and funny in places. But reminded me that another 100 years on we still don't have democracy.
 
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