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  1. algy

    Police priorities ?

    Bring back Boot camp that they had in the late 50's. a friend of mine was sentenced to a period in one, he never offended again.
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    The end of the dinosaurs

    Full marks for trying, Asp. 😊
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    Colourful collision

    PJ the main reason I now rarely visit this group is to avoid seeing your bitter and volatile remarks, no doubt that has given give you immense pleasure. On November the 4th, I posted a perfectly reasonable and polite post ("P J are you the gentleman that I met at Moore rugby club a few years back when you were holding a photography display if so you were very polite") and as far as I can see you have not as yet posted a reply.  I am still awaiting a polite reply to the latter!.
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    Beware of the Ducks...

    Ooh you are awful nut I like you!. 😄
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    Observer and PJ

    Have you always had this obsession with men's rear ends PJ, it really is most worrying!.
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    Colourful collision

    PJ are you the gentleman that I met at Moore rugby club a few years back when you were holding a photography display if so you were very polite.
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    Old age

    Correct attitude stallard, when you reach our age you get to know if something is not right with our bodies.
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    Observer and PJ

    I hit the PJ ignore button a while back and then restored him much later, I have a feeling that either I or P J may be using it again shortly after my reply to the 'Marooned Sailors' joke posted by Aps.
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    Old age

    Stallard, absolutely you have made the right decision get out there and enjoy yourself. I am two years behind you at 78 but 'touch wood' keeping well and relatively active although I woke at 3am this morning with stomach pains, damn this diverticulitis hopefully it will pass within a few days it usually does then it can be months before it bothers me again, waste of time going to the quacks as I am a firm believer that once you turn 70 the medical profession lose interest in you as the government policy is after that age you are either expendable or a bloody nuisance or both.
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    Colourful collision

    WOW!! PJ I'm astounded to here that you ever laughed I never thought that you were capable of laughing, I assumed that you were born without a sense of humour.
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    Shhhh....

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    Happy birthday Dizzy

    Happy Birthday Dizz, sorry it's late but better late than never!
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    Winter Hill Fire

    Fire service are asking people out camping/picnicking not to use disposable Barbecues in moorland and wooded areas.
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    PC slow response Memory

    I also use this software and find it excellent!. Bill great piece of advice.
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    Chickens

    Very good, asp. you could say old Butch had decided to take his time and not go like the 'clappers' .
  16. Another building allowed to deteriorate to the point where it has had to be demolished. 19th century Sunday School next to Cairo Street Unitarian Chapel The now demolished Sunday School building - viewed from above Planners frustrated by loss of historic building BY DAVID SKENTELBERY ON 9TH JUNE 2018 7:00 AMNEWS PLANNING bosses have expressed their frustration at having to decide whether one of Warrington’s historic buildings should be demolished – when in fact the bulldozers had already done their work. The borough council’s development management committee were left with no choice but approve the demolition of the 19th century Sunday School next to Cairo Street Unitarian Chapel because it had already been demolished. Chairman Cllr Tony McCarthy said all members of the committee were frustrated. Another of Warrington’s historic buildings had been lost – and there was nothing they could do about it. The Sunday School building – which adjoined the former Cabinet Works and Garnett’s Tower, also already demolished – had deteriorated through years of neglect, vandalism and weather to the extent that it could not be saved. After the meeting, Cllr McCarthy said: “We need a list of Warrington’s historic buildings, whether in public or private ownership, together with their owners so that we can do something to prevent them reaching the state that they are a health and safety hazard and beyond economic repair. “If not, we will lose more buildings.” Historic England had indicated it could not support the loss of the Sunday School as it added to the significance of the adjoining chapel, which dates from 1745 and is the second oldest place of worship in Warrington. But they did not object to the demolition because of the dilapidated condition of the building. Planning officers said the loss of the building was “highly regrettable.”A structural report had indicated the building was in a dangerous condition. The now demolished Sunday School building - viewed from above
  17. I'm changing my opinion regarding the old buildings in the town centre, let's have the lot flattened and start again, Bill is correct, these crumbling old hovels are not fit for purpose they are tiny inside and of little architectural value, the shops in bridge street date from the early 1900's with a few exceptions such as the Town Hall and a couple of pubs in Church Street there are few buildings worth saving. We could save a brick from the Packet House label it and place it in a display case in the museum along with other bricks from the towns old buildings - far more economical and space saving!. I say bring on 'Milton Keynes' and let us create more jobs for window cleaners in the area. Bring it on!.
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    Heatwave -

    On the topic of dogs, remember on extremely hot days such as those we are experiencing at the moment please remember dogs can suffer burns to their pads, check the pavement for heat before taking your dog on a walk. Place your hand or a bare foot on the surface for 10 seconds. If it is too hot for you to keep your hand or foot on it, then it is too hot for your pet. Stay on grassy surfaces and avoid bare ground when outside in the summer heat.
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    flying the flag and the world cup.

    Bill I am the one who should apologies for ranting, it is totally out of character but in my opinion PJ goes too far, all the other members have a little dig from time to time and why not! but PJ oversteps the mark almost to the point of being vitriolic.
  20. As reported on the - BBC News Website. More than 450 patients died after being given powerful painkillers inappropriately at Gosport War Memorial Hospital, a report has found.An independent panel said, taking into account missing records, a further 200 patients may have suffered a similar fate.The report found there was a "disregard for human life" of a large number of patients from 1989 to 2000.It said Dr Jane Barton oversaw the practice of prescribing on the wards. There was an "institutionalised regime" of prescribing and administering "dangerous" amounts of a medication not clinically justified at the Hampshire hospital, the report said. Who is the doctor who actively shortened her patients' lives? Dr Jane Ann Barton, now aged 70, graduated from Oxford University in 1972 as a Bachelor of Medicine. She became a GP and worked at Forton Medical Centre in Gosport, and was employed for five sessions a week as a clinical assistant in the Department of Medicine for Elderly People at Gosport War Memorial Hospital from 1 May 1988 until her resignation on 5 July 2000.
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    flying the flag and the world cup.

    I intend to Asp. I don't intend to allow PJ to drive me away. Bill the 'Ignore list' is a handy little tool, I have only used it once before and PJ is the only member that I have used it on and probably ever will be.
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    flying the flag and the world cup.

    PJ This was my comment regarding your attitude towards my original post to Sid's post - "No!, I would never have even thought of such a situation, it just shows what a warped, bitter and twisted mind you have and regards to whether you found it crap humour or not is of no interest to me and just confirms to me what a bigot you really are PJ." - and I meant every word, you are nothing but an antagonistic stirrer and internet bully who is not happy unless you are causing disruption on this group. I think it was a couple of years back I placed you on the sites 'Ignored users list' but then relented and made you visible again, it gives me great pleasure to place you back on once more where thank goodness I shall not have to put up with your idiotic remarks. Cheerio! Bigot.
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    flying the flag and the world cup.

    After having a nose around the media news sites and as far as I can make out there is no ban on flying our national flags on motor vehicles in the UK, the Royal Mail has banned the flying of flags on their vehicles though.
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    flying the flag and the world cup.

    No!, I would never have even thought of such a situation, it just shows what a warped, bitter and twisted mind you have and regards to whether you found it crap humour or not is of no interest to me and just confirms to me what a bigot you really are PJ.
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    flying the flag and the world cup.

    What the hell are you talking about PJ, there was no racism mentioned or even intended in my comment, are you so bigoted that you can't see genuine humour when it stares you in the face, Confused 52 is correct I was merely having a light hearted dig at Sid regarding his comment, I am the last person that would infer that any area of this country was populated by any race by their colour, for goodness sake lighten up and take your head from up your backside and see what the real world is like man.
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