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Tonge moor green jacket

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  1. Where do you put your robins in summer? Must admit, I said a few days ago I reckon we might be on for a cold winter. Burner been on for a couple of consecutive evenings now.
  2. You might have done. Many wouldn't. If a pandemic of this nature required us all to wear a mask and shut the fuck up whilst someone was talking then so be it. Quite Frankly, under the present circumstances, if a kid acts the twat, he or she should just be fucked off back home. Swanny shouldn't be baby sitting covidiots.
  3. This stuff will suit LW. https://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/news/17909845.entrepreneur-founded-weardale-cheese-old-prisoner-war-camp-county-durham/ Some good stuff too.
  4. Has it been tried then? I was unsure when I first started going in shops wearing one. Not one person has struggled to understand what I was saying. Ok your room may well be larger. I suppose the other option then, is that the kids wear them all the time. Something has to give if teachers are dropping regularly with the virus. May as well all be back doing on line learning.
  5. Can't help thinking of the shawshank redemption when I read stuff like this.
  6. In laws started a week or two back. Hope father in law especially doesn't get it, because he might not finish the survey. To he honest, in your shoes, I'd put a mask on. Be interesting to see if any head would try and discipline a teacher doing so. If everyone in shops now has to wear one, then class rooms shouldn't really be so different.
  7. You're right, though neither specifically referred to anyone off here wanting to defund them.
  8. I wonder how training Santos has been doing with us On a serious note, all the best to Zouma.
  9. The words of George Bush, "we're gonna smoke em out".
  10. Less willingness to go straight for the tablets. Rightly so. As all this has become more to the fore, an unfortunate side effect, has been an increase in those who claim "to have mental health". A lot is bollocks, being a bit down, stressed etc doesn't automatically mean folk have a mental health problem. Instances of folk being "prescribed" walks and exercise. That the same time, whilst all this is happening, its inevitable that there will be a rise in genuine cases- its these that must be found and properly treated.
  11. Can't you get one of your kent lorries to park in the goalmouth?
  12. Port and Stilton sauce on a steak. Good stuff. But not too much. Don't mind the odd bit of wensleydale with cranberries, but generally I agree. Not into it loaded with herbs etc. Or smoked, like to get the flavour of the cheese.
  13. Did you use a credit card? Give them a ring, see what they can do.
  14. Aye, saw that. Maybe up to 8k (or possibly 5). Bloke at the garage that does my mot/servicing said he might be interested in my van if I was to sell it because of its very low mileage. Definitely interested though.
  15. Will do. Need to balance up fuel savings, tax etc. Not sure, but i think I heard maintenance costs can be a bit lower too. See how it looks, especially when offset as business cost.
  16. Aye. Sent an enquiry to vauxhall as their new ones seemed to potentially fit the bill. Finally rang me yesterday after a few weeks, and he said 30k plus. Long lead time too as covid has reduced production, and a major company (might have been British gas) have just ordered a thousand! Might revisit in the new year
  17. Must have had covid... Enjoy going somewhere (hols etc) and finding something new, cheesemaker, or whatever.
  18. wiggy- there was a case of a denier recently who had caught it (or it might have been his wife). He soon changed his mind and urged others to accept it as real.
  19. Used to give blood. Out of the blue they send me a letter saying I've tested positive for hep-c. They do the tests in triplicate after donation to allow for false positives. Two out of three positive apparently. Banned from giving anymore, called into a medical appointment with them, and had to have repeated tests at 6 monthly intervals to check. Never tested positive again! PCR isn't perfect, but it's not worthy of dismissal either.
  20. You'd still be harbouring the virus, which the method looks for.
  21. You're right peely. Plus its the method we've been using all the time, so we're still comparing apples with apples. And that tells us rates are rising.
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