Reck B

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    Reck B got a reaction from Kwyjibo in Hot Bogging   
    You’ve forgot splashback protection.
    To stop other people’s germ-infested toilet water getting into your backdoor, always lay a sheet or two on top of the water before going.
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    Reck B got a reaction from Carl Fimble in Is your phone listening to you   
    When you can google/duckduck go literally anything and get  relevant results within a fraction of a second, I'd be extremely surprised if TPTB weren't able to 'check the pulse' of the entire planet by monitoring digital communications of all types, whether that is ASCII characters on a forum, or voice recordings which have been transcribed to text from audio - the latter software has been around for years and is getting better and better. I've had meetings with providers of this tech and it's blown my mind.
    Most people who I discuss this with dismiss it as tin-foil hattery.
    The technology exists. Elites exist. Why the fuck wouldn't they use it?
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    Reck B got a reaction from whitevanman in Don’t die on the weekend.   
    Don’t die on the weekend. It’s inconvenient.
    And see your GP within four weeks of your death. Otherwise it may be marked as ‘unexpected’ and the police may have to be called if you die at home.
    That’s a couple of things I’ve learned these past 24 hours. 
    I’ve notified the family and friends with the news and now it’s time to tell you, fellow ascii malcontents who make me smile and think more than a lot of the 3D people in my life. 
    You may have seen some recent posts about his diagnosis and subsequent care. My dad has died. At 9am this morning 08/09/2018.
    I held him as he shook and swayed and gasped his final breaths.  Thankfully Mum heard my shouts and made it into the room at the very end, when his last words were “I have a lovely wife. And a lovely son.”
    I’m glad I was with him even though the whole experience is etched on my brain and I can’t close my eyes without seeing it happen again. 
    He beat the 3 -6 month expectancy by 6-9 months and fit in a ‘proper’ African safari in October. He skied chamonix with me and his grandkids this March. He cut the grass on Thursday and his body gave up on Saturday morning. What a trooper. I’m gonna miss him.
     
     
     
     
     
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    Reck B got a reaction from whitevanman in Don’t die on the weekend.   
    Don’t die on the weekend. It’s inconvenient.
    And see your GP within four weeks of your death. Otherwise it may be marked as ‘unexpected’ and the police may have to be called if you die at home.
    That’s a couple of things I’ve learned these past 24 hours. 
    I’ve notified the family and friends with the news and now it’s time to tell you, fellow ascii malcontents who make me smile and think more than a lot of the 3D people in my life. 
    You may have seen some recent posts about his diagnosis and subsequent care. My dad has died. At 9am this morning 08/09/2018.
    I held him as he shook and swayed and gasped his final breaths.  Thankfully Mum heard my shouts and made it into the room at the very end, when his last words were “I have a lovely wife. And a lovely son.”
    I’m glad I was with him even though the whole experience is etched on my brain and I can’t close my eyes without seeing it happen again. 
    He beat the 3 -6 month expectancy by 6-9 months and fit in a ‘proper’ African safari in October. He skied chamonix with me and his grandkids this March. He cut the grass on Thursday and his body gave up on Saturday morning. What a trooper. I’m gonna miss him.
     
     
     
     
     
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    Reck B got a reaction from whitevanman in Don’t die on the weekend.   
    Don’t die on the weekend. It’s inconvenient.
    And see your GP within four weeks of your death. Otherwise it may be marked as ‘unexpected’ and the police may have to be called if you die at home.
    That’s a couple of things I’ve learned these past 24 hours. 
    I’ve notified the family and friends with the news and now it’s time to tell you, fellow ascii malcontents who make me smile and think more than a lot of the 3D people in my life. 
    You may have seen some recent posts about his diagnosis and subsequent care. My dad has died. At 9am this morning 08/09/2018.
    I held him as he shook and swayed and gasped his final breaths.  Thankfully Mum heard my shouts and made it into the room at the very end, when his last words were “I have a lovely wife. And a lovely son.”
    I’m glad I was with him even though the whole experience is etched on my brain and I can’t close my eyes without seeing it happen again. 
    He beat the 3 -6 month expectancy by 6-9 months and fit in a ‘proper’ African safari in October. He skied chamonix with me and his grandkids this March. He cut the grass on Thursday and his body gave up on Saturday morning. What a trooper. I’m gonna miss him.
     
     
     
     
     
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    Reck B got a reaction from whitevanman in Don’t die on the weekend.   
    Don’t die on the weekend. It’s inconvenient.
    And see your GP within four weeks of your death. Otherwise it may be marked as ‘unexpected’ and the police may have to be called if you die at home.
    That’s a couple of things I’ve learned these past 24 hours. 
    I’ve notified the family and friends with the news and now it’s time to tell you, fellow ascii malcontents who make me smile and think more than a lot of the 3D people in my life. 
    You may have seen some recent posts about his diagnosis and subsequent care. My dad has died. At 9am this morning 08/09/2018.
    I held him as he shook and swayed and gasped his final breaths.  Thankfully Mum heard my shouts and made it into the room at the very end, when his last words were “I have a lovely wife. And a lovely son.”
    I’m glad I was with him even though the whole experience is etched on my brain and I can’t close my eyes without seeing it happen again. 
    He beat the 3 -6 month expectancy by 6-9 months and fit in a ‘proper’ African safari in October. He skied chamonix with me and his grandkids this March. He cut the grass on Thursday and his body gave up on Saturday morning. What a trooper. I’m gonna miss him.
     
     
     
     
     
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    Reck B got a reaction from Carl Fimble in Don’t die on the weekend.   
    Thanks all for your kind words and experiences. In floods reading them. X
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    Reck B got a reaction from whitevanman in Don’t die on the weekend.   
    Don’t die on the weekend. It’s inconvenient.
    And see your GP within four weeks of your death. Otherwise it may be marked as ‘unexpected’ and the police may have to be called if you die at home.
    That’s a couple of things I’ve learned these past 24 hours. 
    I’ve notified the family and friends with the news and now it’s time to tell you, fellow ascii malcontents who make me smile and think more than a lot of the 3D people in my life. 
    You may have seen some recent posts about his diagnosis and subsequent care. My dad has died. At 9am this morning 08/09/2018.
    I held him as he shook and swayed and gasped his final breaths.  Thankfully Mum heard my shouts and made it into the room at the very end, when his last words were “I have a lovely wife. And a lovely son.”
    I’m glad I was with him even though the whole experience is etched on my brain and I can’t close my eyes without seeing it happen again. 
    He beat the 3 -6 month expectancy by 6-9 months and fit in a ‘proper’ African safari in October. He skied chamonix with me and his grandkids this March. He cut the grass on Thursday and his body gave up on Saturday morning. What a trooper. I’m gonna miss him.
     
     
     
     
     
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    Reck B got a reaction from whitevanman in Don’t die on the weekend.   
    Don’t die on the weekend. It’s inconvenient.
    And see your GP within four weeks of your death. Otherwise it may be marked as ‘unexpected’ and the police may have to be called if you die at home.
    That’s a couple of things I’ve learned these past 24 hours. 
    I’ve notified the family and friends with the news and now it’s time to tell you, fellow ascii malcontents who make me smile and think more than a lot of the 3D people in my life. 
    You may have seen some recent posts about his diagnosis and subsequent care. My dad has died. At 9am this morning 08/09/2018.
    I held him as he shook and swayed and gasped his final breaths.  Thankfully Mum heard my shouts and made it into the room at the very end, when his last words were “I have a lovely wife. And a lovely son.”
    I’m glad I was with him even though the whole experience is etched on my brain and I can’t close my eyes without seeing it happen again. 
    He beat the 3 -6 month expectancy by 6-9 months and fit in a ‘proper’ African safari in October. He skied chamonix with me and his grandkids this March. He cut the grass on Thursday and his body gave up on Saturday morning. What a trooper. I’m gonna miss him.
     
     
     
     
     
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    Reck B got a reaction from whitevanman in Don’t die on the weekend.   
    Don’t die on the weekend. It’s inconvenient.
    And see your GP within four weeks of your death. Otherwise it may be marked as ‘unexpected’ and the police may have to be called if you die at home.
    That’s a couple of things I’ve learned these past 24 hours. 
    I’ve notified the family and friends with the news and now it’s time to tell you, fellow ascii malcontents who make me smile and think more than a lot of the 3D people in my life. 
    You may have seen some recent posts about his diagnosis and subsequent care. My dad has died. At 9am this morning 08/09/2018.
    I held him as he shook and swayed and gasped his final breaths.  Thankfully Mum heard my shouts and made it into the room at the very end, when his last words were “I have a lovely wife. And a lovely son.”
    I’m glad I was with him even though the whole experience is etched on my brain and I can’t close my eyes without seeing it happen again. 
    He beat the 3 -6 month expectancy by 6-9 months and fit in a ‘proper’ African safari in October. He skied chamonix with me and his grandkids this March. He cut the grass on Thursday and his body gave up on Saturday morning. What a trooper. I’m gonna miss him.
     
     
     
     
     
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    Reck B got a reaction from Carl Fimble in Don’t die on the weekend.   
    Thanks all for your kind words and experiences. In floods reading them. X
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    Reck B got a reaction from whitevanman in Don’t die on the weekend.   
    Don’t die on the weekend. It’s inconvenient.
    And see your GP within four weeks of your death. Otherwise it may be marked as ‘unexpected’ and the police may have to be called if you die at home.
    That’s a couple of things I’ve learned these past 24 hours. 
    I’ve notified the family and friends with the news and now it’s time to tell you, fellow ascii malcontents who make me smile and think more than a lot of the 3D people in my life. 
    You may have seen some recent posts about his diagnosis and subsequent care. My dad has died. At 9am this morning 08/09/2018.
    I held him as he shook and swayed and gasped his final breaths.  Thankfully Mum heard my shouts and made it into the room at the very end, when his last words were “I have a lovely wife. And a lovely son.”
    I’m glad I was with him even though the whole experience is etched on my brain and I can’t close my eyes without seeing it happen again. 
    He beat the 3 -6 month expectancy by 6-9 months and fit in a ‘proper’ African safari in October. He skied chamonix with me and his grandkids this March. He cut the grass on Thursday and his body gave up on Saturday morning. What a trooper. I’m gonna miss him.
     
     
     
     
     
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    Reck B got a reaction from Carl Fimble in Don’t die on the weekend.   
    Thanks all for your kind words and experiences. In floods reading them. X
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    Reck B got a reaction from whitevanman in Don’t die on the weekend.   
    Don’t die on the weekend. It’s inconvenient.
    And see your GP within four weeks of your death. Otherwise it may be marked as ‘unexpected’ and the police may have to be called if you die at home.
    That’s a couple of things I’ve learned these past 24 hours. 
    I’ve notified the family and friends with the news and now it’s time to tell you, fellow ascii malcontents who make me smile and think more than a lot of the 3D people in my life. 
    You may have seen some recent posts about his diagnosis and subsequent care. My dad has died. At 9am this morning 08/09/2018.
    I held him as he shook and swayed and gasped his final breaths.  Thankfully Mum heard my shouts and made it into the room at the very end, when his last words were “I have a lovely wife. And a lovely son.”
    I’m glad I was with him even though the whole experience is etched on my brain and I can’t close my eyes without seeing it happen again. 
    He beat the 3 -6 month expectancy by 6-9 months and fit in a ‘proper’ African safari in October. He skied chamonix with me and his grandkids this March. He cut the grass on Thursday and his body gave up on Saturday morning. What a trooper. I’m gonna miss him.
     
     
     
     
     
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    Reck B got a reaction from whitevanman in Don’t die on the weekend.   
    Don’t die on the weekend. It’s inconvenient.
    And see your GP within four weeks of your death. Otherwise it may be marked as ‘unexpected’ and the police may have to be called if you die at home.
    That’s a couple of things I’ve learned these past 24 hours. 
    I’ve notified the family and friends with the news and now it’s time to tell you, fellow ascii malcontents who make me smile and think more than a lot of the 3D people in my life. 
    You may have seen some recent posts about his diagnosis and subsequent care. My dad has died. At 9am this morning 08/09/2018.
    I held him as he shook and swayed and gasped his final breaths.  Thankfully Mum heard my shouts and made it into the room at the very end, when his last words were “I have a lovely wife. And a lovely son.”
    I’m glad I was with him even though the whole experience is etched on my brain and I can’t close my eyes without seeing it happen again. 
    He beat the 3 -6 month expectancy by 6-9 months and fit in a ‘proper’ African safari in October. He skied chamonix with me and his grandkids this March. He cut the grass on Thursday and his body gave up on Saturday morning. What a trooper. I’m gonna miss him.
     
     
     
     
     
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    Reck B got a reaction from whitevanman in Don’t die on the weekend.   
    Don’t die on the weekend. It’s inconvenient.
    And see your GP within four weeks of your death. Otherwise it may be marked as ‘unexpected’ and the police may have to be called if you die at home.
    That’s a couple of things I’ve learned these past 24 hours. 
    I’ve notified the family and friends with the news and now it’s time to tell you, fellow ascii malcontents who make me smile and think more than a lot of the 3D people in my life. 
    You may have seen some recent posts about his diagnosis and subsequent care. My dad has died. At 9am this morning 08/09/2018.
    I held him as he shook and swayed and gasped his final breaths.  Thankfully Mum heard my shouts and made it into the room at the very end, when his last words were “I have a lovely wife. And a lovely son.”
    I’m glad I was with him even though the whole experience is etched on my brain and I can’t close my eyes without seeing it happen again. 
    He beat the 3 -6 month expectancy by 6-9 months and fit in a ‘proper’ African safari in October. He skied chamonix with me and his grandkids this March. He cut the grass on Thursday and his body gave up on Saturday morning. What a trooper. I’m gonna miss him.
     
     
     
     
     
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    Reck B got a reaction from Carl Fimble in Don’t die on the weekend.   
    Thanks all for your kind words and experiences. In floods reading them. X
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    Reck B got a reaction from whitevanman in Don’t die on the weekend.   
    Don’t die on the weekend. It’s inconvenient.
    And see your GP within four weeks of your death. Otherwise it may be marked as ‘unexpected’ and the police may have to be called if you die at home.
    That’s a couple of things I’ve learned these past 24 hours. 
    I’ve notified the family and friends with the news and now it’s time to tell you, fellow ascii malcontents who make me smile and think more than a lot of the 3D people in my life. 
    You may have seen some recent posts about his diagnosis and subsequent care. My dad has died. At 9am this morning 08/09/2018.
    I held him as he shook and swayed and gasped his final breaths.  Thankfully Mum heard my shouts and made it into the room at the very end, when his last words were “I have a lovely wife. And a lovely son.”
    I’m glad I was with him even though the whole experience is etched on my brain and I can’t close my eyes without seeing it happen again. 
    He beat the 3 -6 month expectancy by 6-9 months and fit in a ‘proper’ African safari in October. He skied chamonix with me and his grandkids this March. He cut the grass on Thursday and his body gave up on Saturday morning. What a trooper. I’m gonna miss him.
     
     
     
     
     
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    Reck B got a reaction from whitevanman in Don’t die on the weekend.   
    Don’t die on the weekend. It’s inconvenient.
    And see your GP within four weeks of your death. Otherwise it may be marked as ‘unexpected’ and the police may have to be called if you die at home.
    That’s a couple of things I’ve learned these past 24 hours. 
    I’ve notified the family and friends with the news and now it’s time to tell you, fellow ascii malcontents who make me smile and think more than a lot of the 3D people in my life. 
    You may have seen some recent posts about his diagnosis and subsequent care. My dad has died. At 9am this morning 08/09/2018.
    I held him as he shook and swayed and gasped his final breaths.  Thankfully Mum heard my shouts and made it into the room at the very end, when his last words were “I have a lovely wife. And a lovely son.”
    I’m glad I was with him even though the whole experience is etched on my brain and I can’t close my eyes without seeing it happen again. 
    He beat the 3 -6 month expectancy by 6-9 months and fit in a ‘proper’ African safari in October. He skied chamonix with me and his grandkids this March. He cut the grass on Thursday and his body gave up on Saturday morning. What a trooper. I’m gonna miss him.
     
     
     
     
     
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    Reck B got a reaction from whitevanman in Don’t die on the weekend.   
    Don’t die on the weekend. It’s inconvenient.
    And see your GP within four weeks of your death. Otherwise it may be marked as ‘unexpected’ and the police may have to be called if you die at home.
    That’s a couple of things I’ve learned these past 24 hours. 
    I’ve notified the family and friends with the news and now it’s time to tell you, fellow ascii malcontents who make me smile and think more than a lot of the 3D people in my life. 
    You may have seen some recent posts about his diagnosis and subsequent care. My dad has died. At 9am this morning 08/09/2018.
    I held him as he shook and swayed and gasped his final breaths.  Thankfully Mum heard my shouts and made it into the room at the very end, when his last words were “I have a lovely wife. And a lovely son.”
    I’m glad I was with him even though the whole experience is etched on my brain and I can’t close my eyes without seeing it happen again. 
    He beat the 3 -6 month expectancy by 6-9 months and fit in a ‘proper’ African safari in October. He skied chamonix with me and his grandkids this March. He cut the grass on Thursday and his body gave up on Saturday morning. What a trooper. I’m gonna miss him.
     
     
     
     
     
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    Reck B got a reaction from whitevanman in Don’t die on the weekend.   
    Don’t die on the weekend. It’s inconvenient.
    And see your GP within four weeks of your death. Otherwise it may be marked as ‘unexpected’ and the police may have to be called if you die at home.
    That’s a couple of things I’ve learned these past 24 hours. 
    I’ve notified the family and friends with the news and now it’s time to tell you, fellow ascii malcontents who make me smile and think more than a lot of the 3D people in my life. 
    You may have seen some recent posts about his diagnosis and subsequent care. My dad has died. At 9am this morning 08/09/2018.
    I held him as he shook and swayed and gasped his final breaths.  Thankfully Mum heard my shouts and made it into the room at the very end, when his last words were “I have a lovely wife. And a lovely son.”
    I’m glad I was with him even though the whole experience is etched on my brain and I can’t close my eyes without seeing it happen again. 
    He beat the 3 -6 month expectancy by 6-9 months and fit in a ‘proper’ African safari in October. He skied chamonix with me and his grandkids this March. He cut the grass on Thursday and his body gave up on Saturday morning. What a trooper. I’m gonna miss him.
     
     
     
     
     
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    Reck B got a reaction from whitevanman in Don’t die on the weekend.   
    Don’t die on the weekend. It’s inconvenient.
    And see your GP within four weeks of your death. Otherwise it may be marked as ‘unexpected’ and the police may have to be called if you die at home.
    That’s a couple of things I’ve learned these past 24 hours. 
    I’ve notified the family and friends with the news and now it’s time to tell you, fellow ascii malcontents who make me smile and think more than a lot of the 3D people in my life. 
    You may have seen some recent posts about his diagnosis and subsequent care. My dad has died. At 9am this morning 08/09/2018.
    I held him as he shook and swayed and gasped his final breaths.  Thankfully Mum heard my shouts and made it into the room at the very end, when his last words were “I have a lovely wife. And a lovely son.”
    I’m glad I was with him even though the whole experience is etched on my brain and I can’t close my eyes without seeing it happen again. 
    He beat the 3 -6 month expectancy by 6-9 months and fit in a ‘proper’ African safari in October. He skied chamonix with me and his grandkids this March. He cut the grass on Thursday and his body gave up on Saturday morning. What a trooper. I’m gonna miss him.
     
     
     
     
     
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    Reck B got a reaction from whitevanman in Don’t die on the weekend.   
    Don’t die on the weekend. It’s inconvenient.
    And see your GP within four weeks of your death. Otherwise it may be marked as ‘unexpected’ and the police may have to be called if you die at home.
    That’s a couple of things I’ve learned these past 24 hours. 
    I’ve notified the family and friends with the news and now it’s time to tell you, fellow ascii malcontents who make me smile and think more than a lot of the 3D people in my life. 
    You may have seen some recent posts about his diagnosis and subsequent care. My dad has died. At 9am this morning 08/09/2018.
    I held him as he shook and swayed and gasped his final breaths.  Thankfully Mum heard my shouts and made it into the room at the very end, when his last words were “I have a lovely wife. And a lovely son.”
    I’m glad I was with him even though the whole experience is etched on my brain and I can’t close my eyes without seeing it happen again. 
    He beat the 3 -6 month expectancy by 6-9 months and fit in a ‘proper’ African safari in October. He skied chamonix with me and his grandkids this March. He cut the grass on Thursday and his body gave up on Saturday morning. What a trooper. I’m gonna miss him.
     
     
     
     
     
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    Reck B got a reaction from whitevanman in Don’t die on the weekend.   
    Don’t die on the weekend. It’s inconvenient.
    And see your GP within four weeks of your death. Otherwise it may be marked as ‘unexpected’ and the police may have to be called if you die at home.
    That’s a couple of things I’ve learned these past 24 hours. 
    I’ve notified the family and friends with the news and now it’s time to tell you, fellow ascii malcontents who make me smile and think more than a lot of the 3D people in my life. 
    You may have seen some recent posts about his diagnosis and subsequent care. My dad has died. At 9am this morning 08/09/2018.
    I held him as he shook and swayed and gasped his final breaths.  Thankfully Mum heard my shouts and made it into the room at the very end, when his last words were “I have a lovely wife. And a lovely son.”
    I’m glad I was with him even though the whole experience is etched on my brain and I can’t close my eyes without seeing it happen again. 
    He beat the 3 -6 month expectancy by 6-9 months and fit in a ‘proper’ African safari in October. He skied chamonix with me and his grandkids this March. He cut the grass on Thursday and his body gave up on Saturday morning. What a trooper. I’m gonna miss him.
     
     
     
     
     
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    Reck B got a reaction from whitevanman in Don’t die on the weekend.   
    Don’t die on the weekend. It’s inconvenient.
    And see your GP within four weeks of your death. Otherwise it may be marked as ‘unexpected’ and the police may have to be called if you die at home.
    That’s a couple of things I’ve learned these past 24 hours. 
    I’ve notified the family and friends with the news and now it’s time to tell you, fellow ascii malcontents who make me smile and think more than a lot of the 3D people in my life. 
    You may have seen some recent posts about his diagnosis and subsequent care. My dad has died. At 9am this morning 08/09/2018.
    I held him as he shook and swayed and gasped his final breaths.  Thankfully Mum heard my shouts and made it into the room at the very end, when his last words were “I have a lovely wife. And a lovely son.”
    I’m glad I was with him even though the whole experience is etched on my brain and I can’t close my eyes without seeing it happen again. 
    He beat the 3 -6 month expectancy by 6-9 months and fit in a ‘proper’ African safari in October. He skied chamonix with me and his grandkids this March. He cut the grass on Thursday and his body gave up on Saturday morning. What a trooper. I’m gonna miss him.