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Just now, kent_white said:

It'll be Waters Meeting probably?

Its just he said smithills

The fact i don't think it is smithills should perhaps demonstrate to mounts why its not as simple as flu or covid

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2 minutes ago, Mr Grey said:

Cat Killer 

I hear, Tuna with a drop of anti-freeze does the trick.

I hear thats quick and painless, so ruled it out

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As much as I respect the University of some godforsaken, frozen backwater of northern USA, I prefer this piece of research by proper eggheads down at Cambridge uni:

”Cat owners are generally of average intelligence and as a result tend to be frustrated and failed academics who lean toward a need for verbatim regurgitation and a lifetime of being told what to think by scholars of measurably superior intellect.

This invariably leads to cat ownership. Believing them to be a superior species of domestic pet, they bafflingly view them as a kindred spirit.

Cats latch quickly onto this sense of subservience as it suits their narcissistic needs for food, shelter and a tray of cheap cereal to shit in.

They will sneer at dog owners, who always have respectful control of their pet, whilst their cat is probably next door slagging itself around for bacon scraps and milk.”

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1 minute ago, Casino said:

Its just he said smithills

The fact i don't think it is smithills should perhaps demonstrate to mounts why its not as simple as flu or covid

I hadn't thought about that, are they doing these jabs in surgeries? 

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Just now, Not in Crawley said:

My mum is annoyed as she's 69 so just missing out on the first draft so to speak.

Thats a real shame

Think about it though, when dads having second one, she will have had her first

They'll be well on the way

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6 minutes ago, Not in Crawley said:

My mum is annoyed as she's 69 so just missing out on the first draft so to speak.

My MIL is 84 and not been asked yet  

Fucking me off that people think I need a daily update on this from my missus. Despite being asked every day I have no idea when she might be asked to go along. 

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A new and improved 912 million quid worth of LFT kits to commence here from February 15th.

Tender closed today, Notice of Intention to Award is announced on the 25th, then the rollout mid Feb.

All ironic re Feb 15th date isn't it ?

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1 minute ago, Ani said:

My MIL is 84 and not been asked yet  

Fucking me off that people think I need a daily update on this from my missus. Despite being asked every day I have no idea when she might be asked to go along. 

Mrs Sweeps grandmother is 94,and still hasn't had hers yet. She's housebound, and is waiting for someone to come round and do it, which she's been told will happen in the next three or four weeks

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Back to cats

Our local Facebook group is in meltdown

 

Somebodies cat has come home having been shot by a pellet gun

Bloke suggested it mightve been shitting in somebodies garden

Good lord, they want him reporting to GMP

 

Fwiw, anybody shooting animals, even manky cats, want their balls chopping off

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1 minute ago, Casino said:

Back to cats

Our local Facebook group is in meltdown

 

Somebodies cat has come home having been shot by a pellet gun

Bloke suggested it mightve been shitting in somebodies garden

Good lord, they want him reporting to GMP

 

Fwiw, anybody shooting animals, even manky cats, want their balls chopping off

Dont get why you’d shoot a cat

Its much more satisfying to feel your foot go through it.

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1 minute ago, Casino said:

Back to cats

Our local Facebook group is in meltdown

 

Somebodies cat has come home having been shot by a pellet gun

Bloke suggested it mightve been shitting in somebodies garden

Good lord, they want him reporting to GMP

 

Fwiw, anybody shooting animals, even manky cats, want their balls chopping off

Local farmer by us couple of years ago shot a dog that was in his field of sheep off the lead 

 

The dog was sat by his feet  at the time  

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19 minutes ago, Casino said:

Thats a real shame

Think about it though, when dads having second one, she will have had her first

They'll be well on the way

Yeah, I suppose - they need it, I think they have really suffered from not seeing people. Mum was beside herself when christmas was cancelled. They miss the grandkids massively.

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16 minutes ago, Ani said:

My MIL is 84 and not been asked yet  

Fucking me off that people think I need a daily update on this from my missus. Despite being asked every day I have no idea when she might be asked to go along. 

Wonder why, as I said my partner's nan had her second jab this week, she's in her mid 80s.

 

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6 minutes ago, Spider said:

Dont get why you’d shoot a cat

Its much more satisfying to feel your foot go through it.

Nah - a dog has much more oomph. Belted one when it ran up to my daugther and lept on her in a park knocking her over as a toddler. Thinking about it, it would have be fairer to do that to the owner.

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2 minutes ago, Not in Crawley said:

Wonder why, as I said my partner's nan had her second jab this week, she's in her mid 80s.

 

It varies area to area

Lots of GPs didnt get involved at the beginning

I believe Horwich is just starting

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2 minutes ago, Casino said:

It varies area to area

Lots of GPs didnt get involved at the beginning

I believe Horwich is just starting

We let the plebs do the food tasting.

3 million tests suggest it’s safe for the normals.

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