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  1. He wasn’t great at maths at school!! I wonder what he was good at?
  2. He has got to earn some money from somewhere as he is probably unemployable now SL!
  3. It would be interesting to see the daily average from Feb 20 to date?!
  4. Yes mainly Japanese and some Chinese too.
  5. Really Blu? I have seen plenty wandering around Stratford on Avon wearing masks, in fact when they get off their coach it’s hard to find one not wearing one.
  6. Did you test that link as it states: We have temporarily suspended sales of our COVID testing kits as we are out of stock. Please try again later.** See what I mean? No so easy is it?
  7. You need them on return though and that is the tests that are proving difficult to get sorted.
  8. I said I was going to Portugal as per my response to BS!
  9. Me too - flying on 1st June. Organising the tests is stressful!!
  10. dj350z

    European Union - In Or Out?

    From a sheep farming friend today: Good morning. I am angry, and I'm going to tell you why. It's topical, as it's about Australia, blowflies and sheep, and welfare standards. In summer weather, blowflies - the green, shiny kind - lay eggs in the wool of sheep. The eggs hatch into maggots that, if unchecked, will eat into the skin and flesh of the sheep and ultimately kill it. It's a serious welfare issue. This week I've sprayed my sheep with an insecticide developed for the purpose to prevent flies laying eggs in the wool. The Australian approach to the prevention of fly-strike is very different. It's a process called Mulesing. Mulesing involves cutting a flap of skin from either side of the back-end of the sheep while still under 12 months old, as the healed skin is less susceptible to fly strike. And it's done without anaesthesia. I'll stop there. You can image the pain this causes. If you want more details, Google 'Mulesing'. It's a process that's been done there for years, and astonishingly, persists - legally - despite pressure. I cannot understand why a UK government concerned with high livestock welfare standards can contemplate a trade agreement with a country that allows Mulesing. No photographs. You can guess what it looks like. There are many reasons, imo, to oppose a trade agreement with Australia. Animal welfare must be high on that list.
  11. dj350z

    European Union - In Or Out?

    That's nothing. I have just eaten a chlorinated chicken that has had the vaccination!! Will I be ok?
  12. I know what you mean. We were out in Leamington Spa shopping last weekend and following the arrows as you do and as went to go into the shop the arrow took you to a door that said exit only. We just stood there not knowing what to do - looking at each other with vacant expressions on our faces! I would never have bothered about this 18 months ago and wouldn't have given a toss! What have I a become? I think Blu is absolutely right to be worried!!
  13. dj350z

    European Union - In Or Out?

    Tough for the 31%. I know a few locally.
  14. Are you saying make it compulsory for this section of the population?
  15. Other tourists were seen landing in the Algarve in southern Portugal, a green list country, and smiling for the cameras as they stepped into Mediterranean sunshine for the first time since the end of last year. However, Ryanair passengers flying to Portugal from Birmingham were told to wear their masks or face spending the start of their holiday in a police station. According to LBC, the pilot threatened: 'This isn't a kindergarten, this is a two hour flight. If you can't wear your masks you will be starting your holiday in Portugal in a police station.' Presumably masks are extra on RYR flights!!
  16. dj350z

    Moto Gp, 2 And 3

    Yep, will be a very unpredictable race I reckon!
  17. .......and your PC and smart phone and your tablet. How on earth will we be able to read the posts on here?!!
  18. A 7 iron might be better!!
  19. Covid causing blocked urinals now? Does it get any worse?!!
  20. If an individual is happy to make that sacrifice then that is entirely their prerogative isn't it?
  21. And some are addicted to Twitter it would appear..............
  22. Because by the law of averages, one of his predictions must come true eventually.....
  23. dj350z

    European Union - In Or Out?

    True colours. We were at war........
  24. dj350z

    European Union - In Or Out?

    That was a point I used to make prior to the referendum to leave supporters and was told in no uncertain terms, “we still don’t want them over here”! Incredible how things change when it suits the argument!

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