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  • josh posted a new activity comment 4 days, 14 hours ago

    You are not to blame.

    You did not kill the dog. The horrible accident killed the dog. You did everything you were capable of at the time and a damn site more than most. You are clearly a great friend.

    Pop round and see them. Take a card and some flowers.

  • josh posted a new activity comment 1 week, 3 days ago

    ‘ But it has to be a blanket thing doesn’t it? Smaller burgers, less sugar, less fats, low alcohol, it’s not like we have the ability to exercise personal choice in our diet, exercise or drinking habits, Nanny State must choose for us.’

    @flyguy To think about this earlier post of your’s, except for the smaller burgers, there’s nothing to stop…[Read more]

  • A friend of mine was pulled over by the police last night in a random spot check and was told he had not posessed a valid driving license for four years. The license was revoked because he didn’t pay a speeding fine. The trouble is that when the alleged speeding fine occurred, my friend was living in France, not the UK, and he never recieved any…[Read more]

  • josh replied to the topic Non jobs in the forum General Chat 1 month, 2 weeks ago

    Nothing wrong with using your hands as a tool for your job.

    @dizzy Very true, but the whole education system is against this, or was. It’s improving. But there is a basic level of education needed to get by in life – maths/economics skills to handle your finances, or even running your own business. English language, and even foreign language. An…[Read more]

  • I’m slightly confused as to to why you posted after seeing they’d filed a claim. If the item has come back to you I think you’ll just need to refund the money. Ebay certainly do like buyers. I’ll never use it again after my last experience selling a saddle. There are some really unhinged buyers out there and the system always seems to go in their…[Read more]

  • josh replied to the topic Rotator Cuff tear…. in the forum Health 1 month, 2 weeks ago

    I did mine very badly, and it took about two years total. I’d say it’s still not quite back to what it was, even a bit later still.

    Assuming you don’t need surgery on yours, if you’ve not already been referred to a physio, definitely ask to be. Of all the things I did for my shoulder, the physio was the lifesaver for me, and really did get it healing.

  • @mohammad Then why shoot me down? Don’t you think the current government (Ian Duncan Smith and that lot) have behaved shamefully in regards to some people dependent on benefits? Flawed PIP assessments and the like?

    I hope you have a bloody good holiday – it sounds like you deserve a really good break!

  • @mohammad thanks so you see someone at a low point and you try to drag them down! TROLL!

  • @adam When written in a reasonable way (like you just have) yes it’s a sound idea to promote inclusivity. I just found the poster (and where it was situated) to be crass. It came across as callous and smacked of double speak.

  • Does a wheel chair prevent someone from working?

    @torieboy That would depend on the job… Should the disabled be forced to work?

  • Down at dole hole here, the first thing that you see when you walk in is a 6ft banner embellished with the words “Yes, you can work” (I always hear the words as if spoken by Theresa May, directed at some chap in a wheelchair)

    It’s an improvement on “Arbiet macht frei” I suppose. Who gets paid to come up with this bullsh*t?

  • Hopefully this issue will be for a small group of people and Google will resolve it some time soon.

    @jay If you want Google to fix something you best hope it effects loads of people! I had a problem with my chromebook where it was randomly disconnecting from wireless networks and wouldn’t reconnect. As it only effected about 10% of that model…[Read more]