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by Stanley
24 May 2020, 10:55
Forum: Puzzles & Quizzes
Topic: MYSTERY OBJECTS
Replies: 12236
Views: 472703

Re: MYSTERY OBJECTS

Sorry Gloria we crossed. Yours first!
by Stanley
24 May 2020, 10:54
Forum: Puzzles & Quizzes
Topic: MYSTERY OBJECTS
Replies: 12236
Views: 472703

Re: MYSTERY OBJECTS

Archaeological find. What are they?

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by Stanley
24 May 2020, 10:45
Forum: General Miscellaneous Chat & Gossip
Topic: QUOTE OF THE DAY. TRIPPS ORIGINAL
Replies: 1321
Views: 96534

Re: QUOTE OF THE DAY. TRIPPS ORIGINAL

That could be very close to the truth David. He doesn't strike me as being a very happy person. XXX
by Stanley
24 May 2020, 08:21
Forum: Puzzles & Quizzes
Topic: MYSTERY OBJECTS
Replies: 12236
Views: 472703

Re: MYSTERY OBJECTS

You've got it Gloria, Charles Minthorn Murphy.
Many more such assisted records since.... Nowadays behind cars but then the railway was the most reliable source of speed.
Next one?
by Stanley
24 May 2020, 08:05
Forum: Crafts
Topic: Shed Matters 3
Replies: 569
Views: 21596

Re: Shed Matters 3

https://www.oneguyfrombarlick.co.uk/app.php/gallery/image/20194/medium Straight into finishing attaching the bearings to the entablature beams. I have found a better tapping drill, spotted the location through the hole in the pedestal with the clearance drill, swung the bearing out of the way, dril...
by Stanley
24 May 2020, 05:18
Forum: Current Affairs & Comment
Topic: Coronavirus (Covid19) Corner
Replies: 730
Views: 8397

Re: Coronavirus (Covid19) Corner

A random thought... How efficient is a full head of hair as a receptor for virus particles? Does this indicate the benefits of wearing a hat or shaving the head?
This hypothesis falls down immediately, Cummings is bald as a coot.... Back to the drawing board?
by Stanley
24 May 2020, 03:37
Forum: What, Where, When, We, Who, Look & How
Topic: WHAT DID WE HAVE FOR TEA?
Replies: 6802
Views: 317143

Re: WHAT DID WE HAVE FOR TEA?

Like me, you are tending towards cool weather foods Maz. Very wise!
by Stanley
24 May 2020, 03:36
Forum: Current Affairs & Comment
Topic: POLITICS CORNER
Replies: 8069
Views: 336954

Re: POLITICS CORNER

Speaking of putting two fingers up.... The Cummings affair whilst not a deal-breaker in itself is a good example of bad leadership and thus reflects on Johnson. Classic example of do as I say not as I do and in effect showing contempt for the proles locked in their urban high rise flats. It's a ques...
by Stanley
24 May 2020, 03:25
Forum: Puzzles & Quizzes
Topic: MYSTERY OBJECTS
Replies: 12236
Views: 472703

Re: MYSTERY OBJECTS

You've given up. If there are no offers this morning I shall come clean.
by Stanley
24 May 2020, 03:24
Forum: Seasons
Topic: TODAY'S PENNINE WEATHER
Replies: 1723
Views: 42699

Re: TODAY'S PENNINE WEATHER

Another blustery day and some quite large branches pulled of of the trees. I decided it was best not to walk through Valley Gardens under the trees, quite a few dead ones overhanging the path. At 20:00 we had a wind, dry with broken cloud and clear patches. Still a breeze first thing this morning, c...
by Stanley
24 May 2020, 03:13
Forum: TV
Topic: GOOD TV
Replies: 1921
Views: 110269

Re: GOOD TV

I gave the link to Susan and she reported that it reduced her to floods of tears! Well worth a listen!
by Stanley
24 May 2020, 03:12
Forum: What, Where, When, We, Who, Look & How
Topic: WHAT DID WE HAVE FOR TEA?
Replies: 6802
Views: 317143

Re: WHAT DID WE HAVE FOR TEA?

Small pork Pie and two small tomatoes for breakfast. Sausage, egg, peas and chips for tea.
by Stanley
24 May 2020, 03:10
Forum: Local History Topics
Topic: FORGOTTEN CORNERS
Replies: 4458
Views: 280871

Re: FORGOTTEN CORNERS

He was still fast Ian and the best! I noted yesterday that bowlers in cricket matches are to be prohibited from spitting on the ball as an aid to polishing one side of it but sweat will be allowed. That reminded me of a small forgotten corner that was quite a controversy at the time but is now a for...
by Stanley
24 May 2020, 02:52
Forum: General Miscellaneous Chat & Gossip
Topic: QUOTE OF THE DAY. TRIPPS ORIGINAL
Replies: 1321
Views: 96534

Re: QUOTE OF THE DAY. TRIPPS ORIGINAL

Ask yourself the old questions, would I buy a used car from him and would he make a good house guest. QED
by Stanley
24 May 2020, 02:49
Forum: Nostalgia
Topic: HOUSEHOLD TIPS NOT FOUND IN WOMAN'S WEEKLY
Replies: 4233
Views: 181100

Re: HOUSEHOLD TIPS NOT FOUND IN WOMAN'S WEEKLY

It's so complex there must be something good in it David. After all it is the water of life. (Usquebaugh)
Don't forget probiotics in cheese!
by Stanley
24 May 2020, 02:45
Forum: Current Affairs & Comment
Topic: Today I shall be Mainly...
Replies: 11208
Views: 437690

Re: Today I shall be Mainly...

Wendy, snap! High winds disorientate me. However, no problems with the current wind, the houses shelter each other in the town. Shed and pedicure happened yesterday. Good on both counts. High risk work in shed at the moment, too bloody small!! Nevertheless I shall be in there today for more punishme...
by Stanley
24 May 2020, 02:39
Forum: Current Affairs & Comment
Topic: MEDICAL MATTERS
Replies: 4900
Views: 210115

Re: MEDICAL MATTERS

I like Ian's suggestion. When the Clean Air acts were brought in and coal smoke was sharply reduced one unintended consequence was the flare up of mildew and rust attacks on plants, particularly roses. Similar effect with pollen and hay-fever?
by Stanley
24 May 2020, 02:30
Forum: Current Affairs & Comment
Topic: Coronavirus (Covid19) Corner
Replies: 730
Views: 8397

Re: Coronavirus (Covid19) Corner

Tiz, quite right, it was David wot done it. (dissembling) Susan and I decided that on a balance of probabilities, the advantages of being closer than 2 metres to allow a pedicure were worth the risk so we managed it. She aND DAUGHTER jESS HAVE MADE THE SAME DECISION SO SHE CAN HOLD kAHARA AND NOT DE...
by Stanley
24 May 2020, 02:26
Forum: Fun & Jokes
Topic: Old fashioned clean jokes
Replies: 1557
Views: 100190

Re: Old fashioned clean jokes

Not a problem that affects me....
by Stanley
24 May 2020, 02:24
Forum: Local History Topics
Topic: Plaques in Barlick
Replies: 17
Views: 316

Re: Plaques in Barlick

"but the 'discussions' are a bit thin and watery that's why I stick to OG"
I like that....
Whoever cut the plaque mustn't have known about the ampersand for his correction.....
by Stanley
24 May 2020, 02:16
Forum: Amateur Radio
Topic: Amateur Radio Homebrew (Shack Culture)
Replies: 243
Views: 34251

Re: Amateur Radio Homebrew (Shack Culture)

No problem Ian. I have some lumps of heavy aluminium that will almost certainly do. Let me know the size you want and I can check.
by Stanley
24 May 2020, 02:14
Forum: What, Where, When, We, Who, Look & How
Topic: WHAT ATTRACTED YOUR ATTENTION TODAY?
Replies: 11580
Views: 528478

Re: WHAT ATTRACTED YOUR ATTENTION TODAY?

Our streetsweeper is happy as lockdown means less litter.
How happy my feet are this morning after a pedicure by Susan. We thought the risk of contamination was worth it.
by Stanley
23 May 2020, 10:22
Forum: General Miscellaneous Chat & Gossip
Topic: BOB'S BITS
Replies: 2858
Views: 171784

Re: BOB'S BITS

"I would rather die upon yonders gallows than live my life in slavery." Samuel Sharpe. There is some dispute about the birth date of Archer Samuel Sharpe, known as Sam Sharpe, but none about his end, for on May 23, 1832, he was hanged for his leadership role in Jamaica’s last and largest slave rebel...
by Stanley
23 May 2020, 08:33
Forum: What, Where, When, We, Who, Look & How
Topic: WHAT ATTRACTED YOUR ATTENTION TODAY?
Replies: 11580
Views: 528478

Re: WHAT ATTRACTED YOUR ATTENTION TODAY?

I'm listening to Kirstie Alsop (the house finding programme lady) on R4 talking about the benefits of doing things with your hands. She compares it with meditation in that you get so absorbed in what you are doing that you forget all your cares and hang ups and work almost on a spiritual plane. Coul...

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