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- 17 Dec 2019, 07:19
- Forum: Current Affairs & Comment
- Topic: POLITICS CORNER
- Replies: 8936
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Caught a snippet on the BBC National News last night. Reporter was in Burnley and interviewing 2 young men, both on zero hours contracts and sharing a single bed sit. Very pleased they voted Tory as "Boris will get us out of this mess". Nolic
Misty was 15 years 3 months when she left us but the vets were happy to operate as they said she had the heart of a 7 year old. These two are lively but obedient. The lady who had them who is now too ill to cope with them brought them up and trained them well. We struggled a bit during the first nig...
Misty our lurcher of 13 years had to be pts some weeks ago. She had a cancerous tumour removed but the wound failed to heal and the skin became necrotic. We now have two lively little whippets who werein need of a home. Sandy and Ruby are lovely littled dogs and appear to be well setled in their new...
- 03 Nov 2019, 11:17
- Forum: General Miscellaneous Chat & Gossip
- Topic: LIGHTS IN THE SKY 2013
- Replies: 667
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Came over Blubberhouses on Friday. No sign of Boris O'Storiths or Beamsley Bob. Village rumour is that they have gone to Japan with Mrs Trellis to enjoy the Rugby World Cup. Come to think of it one of the Japanese players looked remarkably like Boris. Nolic
The "Crown Jewels" incident was raised by Alan McKewan, self styled expert on everything. He "reluctantly" let it be known that he was party to secret information that they were housed in Skipton, not Clitheroe, Castle during the war. Nolic
I learned today via Facebook that a member of the site, Bradders Bluesinger has passed away. His daughter wrote "My funny, talented, bossy, optimistic and amazingly cheerful Dad died in hospital yesterday. I really did not want to do the fb announcement thing, and my sincere apologies to anyone I ha...
Henry VIII remained largely traditional and catholic (small c ) in his personal worship. Th destruction of the monasteries and the break from Rome were done to aid his finances and his marriage to Anne Bolyen. Thomas Cromwell was more revolutionary in his pusuit of the Protestant religion and it was...
I've liked Line of Duty from the start but I found Sunday's episode difficult because of the frequent use of police acronyms....reminded me of my time in Ofsted. Just checked with Google and The Sun comes to the rescue. https://www.thesun.co.uk/tvandshowbiz/8767468/line-of-duty-acronyms-ocg-uco-itv-...
RIP Moh. I thought I'd seen something on FB about her passing and I was going to share on here but when I went to check it I couldn't find it. I didn't want to share in case I was mistaken. Nolic
Thanks Comrade for the reference. Just looked on Amazon and its £94... a bit much for me so I'll see what the library can do. Just found an online version at https://books.google.co.uk/books/about/The_Last_Days_of_the_Lancashire_Monaster.html?id=iD68AAAAIAAJ&printsec=frontcover&source=kp_read_button...
I look forward to your developments in respect of the Pilgrimage of Grace. I'm doing a Future Learning course on the Tudors and would love to see some local connection to the Pilgrimage. Nolic
I read an article about Keith a few years ago. Despite his appearance he was a lovely guy. One of his elderly neighbours praised him for the support he gave to her and would not have a word said against him. RIP Keith. Nolic