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Trump.."Not a racist bone in my body."
at 08:40 17 Jul 2019

Nope.....206 of them. Def info!
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In light of some threads today....
at 12:14 7 Jul 2019

....these crooks need taking down..I imagine it has only got worse while hiding behind Brexit.
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/personal-independence-payment-spe
https://www.disabilityrightsuk.org/news/2018/august/95-atos-and-capita-pip-medic
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Elder G's work colleagues....
at 10:43 7 Jul 2019

....more leaky than Dear Liza's bucket...?
https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/jul/07/donald-trump-inept-and-dysfuncti
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Gotta love VAR
at 21:39 2 Jul 2019

Nt
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Somewhere inside the offices of Mi5.....
at 22:18 29 Jun 2019

....a little gang of Rory Stewarts are rubbing their hands with glee at the hatchet job being done on Jeremy Corbyn!
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Plant of the day....
at 16:20 29 Jun 2019

If you grow one plant make it this one which is coming into its own at the moment....

.....Eryngium (Jos Eijking) (Sea Holly)
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Yeah more, cheaper stuff and more commodities ripped from rain forests....
at 00:11 29 Jun 2019

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/eu-trade-deal-south-america-merc

Extinction rebellion...lol.
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Boris in the garden...
at 22:11 24 Jun 2019

Anybody seen the mock up off this as the cover to a Mills and Boon book called "Where's My F@cking Laptop!"



Edit.....found it!
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Vaccination dillemma....
at 19:46 24 Jun 2019

....the gorgeous Texan nurse who has been ever so friendly during our online scrabble game and works for UNICEF ( does vaccines and looks after African orphans) wants to know if I want to help the children. I suggested donating to UNICEF directly but she says I should wait until she gets to Nigeria.
What to do?
Also she has had a dreadfully unlucky personal life....seems unfair when she is so giving.
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Oh no we're going to end up with Hunt....enjoy the ride!
at 19:33 21 Jun 2019

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/jun/21/police-called-to-loud-altercati
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HIPPY SOLSTICE ALL!
at 07:24 21 Jun 2019

Anyone for a Free festival.....rumour has it Hawkwind are here!
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What are the chances.....
at 10:55 20 Jun 2019

....we give Sunderland extra allocation for first home game? If we do, should we?
Despite potential to lose my new viewing point I think we should.
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Insect of the day....
at 08:12 17 Jun 2019

Coming to a field near you soon! The horse-fly.


"Although adult flies normally feed on nectar and sometimes pollen, female flies require a blood meal before they are able to reproduce effectively and to aid in their egg development. Unlike insects which surreptitiously puncture the skin with needle-like organs, female horseflies have specially adapted mouthparts which they use to rip and/or slice flesh apart. This causes the blood to seep out as the horsefly licks it up." 
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Seeing a bit of the world ideas.
at 10:25 16 Jun 2019

Junios Slave is 2 years away from GCSE's followed by a long empty Summer which may well be the last chance for some quality family time together. (and the first opportunity time wise) Where would people suggest going as a family for about 4 weeks of travels to really see something of the world rather than only beaches. At the moment she still seems to like us so this is all assuming that is still the case then!
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Insect(ish) of the day......
at 08:28 16 Jun 2019

.....a local rarity.

The raft spider.

"The great raft spider has only been identified at three sites in the UK. Due to this extreme rarity it is listed as endangered."

"Redgrave and Lopham fen was the first site in the UK at which a population of the great raft spider was recorded. Following their discovery in 1956 a number of new pools were dug to encourage population expansion. However, water extraction from the nearby borehole and a series of droughts in the 1980s reduced the population to only two isolated areas on the reserve."
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Can we sign the Dutch women's no.9?
at 15:49 15 Jun 2019

N/t
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Insect of the day....
at 08:11 14 Jun 2019

....the devil's-coachman beetle.


"Although it has no sting, it can give a painful bite with its strong, pincer-like jaws. It also emits a foul-smelling odour, as a defensive secretion, from a pair of white glands at the end of its abdomen."

"British folklore has it that a beetle has eaten the core of Eve's apple, and that a person who crushes such beetle is forgiven seven sins."
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Where are they now....
at 22:06 13 Jun 2019

"Chukka and the Tiggers."
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Brands that work!
at 10:22 13 Jun 2019

Berghaus waterproofs....just saying if any of you have been getting wet recently. The trousers have been a godsend.
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Insect of the day....
at 08:15 13 Jun 2019

The spider-hunting wasp.


The larvae which hatch from the eggs (usually within 3 weeks) are cream coloured and grub-like in appearance.  The spider is often still alive, but in a paralysed state when the larva begins feeding on it.  After the meal, the larva pupates ready to emerge as an adult wasp the following spring.
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