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    We're under a Snow and Ice Warning for tomorrow...

    We're under a Snow and Ice Warning for tomorrow night!! It might go as low as 2C. Ooooooh.
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    Sun is shining; 4C; no pain. That's a good day....

    Sun is shining; 4C; no pain. That's a good day. So far...
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    As he fades into the background, it is ironic...

    As he fades into the background, it is ironic that deaths in US from Covid-19 surpassed total US casualties (civilian and military) in WWII on Trump's departure day. Some achievement!
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    Donald makes history! That should make him very...

    Donald makes history! That should make him very proud - getting impeached twice.

    But, is there any point? He'll be gone before a trial in the Senate...
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    An unpleasant surprise this morning to hear on...

    An unpleasant surprise this morning to hear on national news that my local hospital has no free ICU beds and they are "rationing" ICU care. Apparently, that means the most likely to survive will get...
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    I'm one of those who doesn't like chicken - never...

    I'm one of those who doesn't like chicken - never really liked it and then suffered from massive overexposure - chicken on the menu every day for 9 months. I pretty much became vegetarian.
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    I laughed when Bond decided to stockpile beans...

    I laughed when Bond decided to stockpile beans before the US Presidential election. I'm not laughing now as Trump supporters storm the Capitol.

    Sad, sad, sad. I just hope it ends peacefully.
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    Have a good one, Frosty. One crumb of cake, only....

    Have a good one, Frosty. One crumb of cake, only. ;)
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    Word of the Day

    Today's Word of the Day:

    Scunnered

    Source: According to First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, "We are all thoroughly scunnered..."
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    It's arrived in my little rural village; the...

    It's arrived in my little rural village; the people who run the restaurant have it and some others. In a community as small as this, that's close. We're staying put but will have a problem when the...
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    One has become accustomed to rolling ones eyes,...

    One has become accustomed to rolling ones eyes, shrugging shoulders and carrying on whatever outrageous stunt Trump engaged in.
    But, asking an official to "find" some extra votes? Banana republic...
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    So, at last the UK basks in the sunlit uplands of...

    So, at last the UK basks in the sunlit uplands of Boris's imagination. What joy, what freedom!
    Errrr, maybe.

    A trade deal was done that allows tariff and quota free trade but with an increase in...
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    Either buy curry powder, or make your own. The...

    Either buy curry powder, or make your own. The one you are looking at doesn't seem to have any chilli (unless it is the red pepper in the ingredients). It's cheap; try it. If it's not quite to your...
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    I said it last year, and I'll say it again....

    I said it last year, and I'll say it again. Surely, 2021 will be better than 2020. We live in hope.
    Anyway, have a happy and safe new year, everyone.
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    Happy 26th birthday. Gee, you're young. Have a...

    Happy 26th birthday. Gee, you're young. Have a good one.
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    I love Christmas pudding, from a traditional...

    I love Christmas pudding, from a traditional family recipe. There is one portion left for this evening; then wait until next Christmas.
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    There were some principles on both sides; whether...

    There were some principles on both sides; whether they could find a way to satisfy them all (mostly) was the challenge. They seem to have done so, which is great.

    Like @Persephone, I'm waiting...
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    https://images2.imgbox.com/fa/b7/ySN4tCpU_o.jpeg...

    https://images2.imgbox.com/fa/b7/ySN4tCpU_o.jpeg


    Frosty is a HE!!!
    Frosty is TRANS!!:icon_crazy:

    Who knew?

    :)
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    Ah, Christmas Day and that horrible 2020 is...

    Ah, Christmas Day and that horrible 2020 is almost over.
    I mean, at this stage what else could possibly go wrong?

    https://images2.imgbox.com/27/8d/OnYfwrWg_o.jpeg

    Happy Christmas, every one
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    @sp88 Sorry to hear of your sister's loss. Tough...

    @sp88 Sorry to hear of your sister's loss. Tough time of the year to lose anyone, on top of Covid restrictions. Not much you can do or say, other than to send your condolences.
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    Yeah. A happy, safe and socially distanced...

    Yeah. A happy, safe and socially distanced Christmas to you all. At least there is some hope that 2021 might bring vaccination, normality returning; maybe even a social life; or a foreign holiday....
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    Stormy last night; today - 8C and heavy rain...

    Stormy last night; today - 8C and heavy rain showers. Not a chance of white stuff
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    Sticky: Like everyone else, I respected and admired Jenny...

    Like everyone else, I respected and admired Jenny enormously. She was like the adult I once hoped I'd become.

    I never told her, but hope she knew.

    Wherever she is, it's a better place for her...
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    But they're for old people! Not for youngsters...

    But they're for old people!

    Not for youngsters like us who only have to remember a few tablets every day

    :icon_lol:
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    My mother, as an elderly woman, used to carefully...

    My mother, as an elderly woman, used to carefully put all her drugs for the week into little compartments - morning, noon, afternoon and night - for each day, for the week (28 compartments). I swore...
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