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    stokiescum got a reaction from Van Lady in Modern camping   
    I need sort something out but there’s talk of the holidays been shortened and all sorts .I’ve borrowed a belingo for a few days might see if we can loan it for a week later in the year I suspect everything would fit in it removeing the need for my trailer .I’m thinking Wales or whitbey it will have to have electric hook up just in case it pisses down can keep the kids amused easier will deffo take my lap top this time has I can watch dvds till daft o’clock 
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    stokiescum got a reaction from The Grey Man in Modern camping   
    8 speed automatic it seems ok I’m not insured to drive it but the x is a named driver 
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    stokiescum got a reaction from The Grey Man in Modern camping   
    Yes this ones mobility it’s not been used for 3 months or longer so we are running it for a few days to charge the battery up a bit .it’s only a few months old .
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    stokiescum reacted to Shamone in Modern camping   
    Some good sites in Herefordshire not a huge drive.
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    stokiescum got a reaction from The Grey Man in Modern camping   
    I need sort something out but there’s talk of the holidays been shortened and all sorts .I’ve borrowed a belingo for a few days might see if we can loan it for a week later in the year I suspect everything would fit in it removeing the need for my trailer .I’m thinking Wales or whitbey it will have to have electric hook up just in case it pisses down can keep the kids amused easier will deffo take my lap top this time has I can watch dvds till daft o’clock 
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    stokiescum got a reaction from Shamone in Modern camping   
    I need sort something out but there’s talk of the holidays been shortened and all sorts .I’ve borrowed a belingo for a few days might see if we can loan it for a week later in the year I suspect everything would fit in it removeing the need for my trailer .I’m thinking Wales or whitbey it will have to have electric hook up just in case it pisses down can keep the kids amused easier will deffo take my lap top this time has I can watch dvds till daft o’clock 
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    stokiescum reacted to Sugarlips in Modern camping   
    I believe exploring the broads is one of the more popular pastimes when staying in not so Great Yarmouth
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    stokiescum reacted to The Grey Man in Modern camping   
    From the outset, the plan for holidays was camping this year.
    This plan was from 2019 and predates COVID crap.
    I purchased a decent 4 man Vango tent from a friend. My main tent is pretty leaky now at 13 yrs but I have others. I did need an addition so got this for a 100 notes..used about 3 times. I spotted a babe at 700 but backed out. The camping season for accidental groups seem to be the 6 weeks hols. Next year I wont need a big tent as we split. Wife goes overseas for a while. Just not long enough really to use the expensive option of a new tent this year with all the rules...
    Last year there were a few groups who converged..accidentally..planning the same idea this year..arse end on no where. Sortied last year and farmer fine.
    Planning a daily rate for food and booze.
     
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    stokiescum reacted to Alex in Pret Panic: homeworking is here to stay   
    Use it or lose it, @stokiescum.
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    stokiescum got a reaction from Loki in Pret Panic: homeworking is here to stay   
    Bookies at the end of the road has gone and the local brothels web sites vanished fuck
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    stokiescum got a reaction from Loki in Pret Panic: homeworking is here to stay   
    Indeed there have been hints like windfall taxes on those benefiting from
    lockdown he could call it the do your duty tax or maybe the your country needs you to buy a coffee on the way to work tax I feel my skills might be needed marketing this concept of patriotic duty

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    stokiescum reacted to MrPin in The Citizen Developer 'Revolution'   
    It's a breakfast food for those that don't eat bacon.
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    stokiescum got a reaction from The XYY Man in Famous or influencial people you are related to   
    Is it cos yourze black
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    stokiescum reacted to The XYY Man in Famous or influencial people you are related to   
    As the ace of fucking spades mate...!
    It's the coal dust wot dun it...
     
    XYY
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    stokiescum reacted to Conniption in Famous or influencial people you are related to   
    Not particularly famous or powerful, my people at least specialised in a bit of get-up-and-go. And in many cases, guns.
    John Horton Slaughter
    Slaughter Ranch
    CC Slaughter
    Frank G Slaughter
    Tod Slaughter
    The wet land we hailed from:
    Lower Slaughter
    and the wet land we started a town in:
    Slaughter Louisiana
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    stokiescum got a reaction from One percent in Macron - how long before wheels fall off   
    where’s me pitchfork might actually mean where’s my pitchfork in France and not just a figure of speech 
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    stokiescum reacted to The Generation Game in Macron - how long before wheels fall off   
    Does that mean that our one year house arrest is over? Do we receive our ill-gotten gains now?
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    stokiescum reacted to spygirl in Macron - how long before wheels fall off   
    Emmanuel Macron under pressure as Covid vaccination rollout falters
    French president’s handling of crisis raises questions about his chances in next year’s presidential poll https://www.ft.com/content/e9da47b1-3bea-44d1-b7dd-11ab78dc5f39


    A more incendiary finding, leaked to the French media but not published by Harris, showed that in a hypothetical contest between the two in the second and final round, Macron was set to beat Le Pen by only 4 percentage points at 52-48, compared with his convincing 66-34 victory in the 2017 election.
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    Given that Macron has been openly spreading vaccine misinformation in the most vaccine-hesitant country in Europe, he deserves everything that's coming for him. The wannabe Napoleon can't take the pressure it seems!
     
    reply In reply to MikeB
    At least if no one wants the vaccine they won't run out
     
    reply In reply to MikeB
    Absolutely. I worked in France for 4 months in 2013 and was horrified when our company shut down due to a measles outbreak. Vaccination was neither compulsory nor popular.
     
    Macron thoroughly deserves to lose the election. Years of puff pieces in the FT cannot hide his pomposity and ineffectiveness. The problem for France is that the most likely alternative is an outright fascist. 
     
    reply In reply to Just A Thought
    I am hoping you are wrong. The Media's first reach is always some right bogey man and here alternatives have at the moment low visibility.
     
    I hope that the centre right cleans out the boomer gen and gets an energetic new face out there.  They exist:  the major of Cannes, the president of the East region, other. 
     
    The left is cactus with the pedos and 68ter still polluting the space.  The major of Paris?  the queen of the bobos?  Laughable.  Think the Libdem candidate in Britain at the last election.
     
    Remember, Macron came from nowhere.
     
    (Edited)
    Der Spiegel asserts that Macron not only promoted Sanofi hard - French vaccine failure - but also obliged the EU Commission not to order more from BioNTech (German) than Sanofi 'for reasons of France / Germany balance'. If this is true, Macron deserves to be kicked into history for letting down 470 million EU citizens:
     
    "Why were only 300 million doses of a vaccine secured that had already demonstrated 95 percent efficacy in clinical trials at the time? One that had been hailed as a sensation and was already on its way to regulatory approval? German Health Minister Spahn pushed for more to be purchased, but he failed to prevail in the end due to opposition from several EU member countries -- in part, apparently, because the EU had ordered only 300 million doses from the French company Sanofi. "That’s why buying more from a German company wasn't in the cards,” says one insider familiar with the negotiations. The European Commission has denied that version of events, saying it isn’t true that Paris took massive steps to protect Sanofi."
     
    https://www.spiegel.de/international/europe/the-planning-disaster-germany-and-europe-could-fall-short-on-vaccine-supplies-a-3db4702d-ae23-4e85-85b7-20145a898abd
     
    reply In reply to Upton
    Macron not only promoted Sanofi hard - French vaccine failure
     
    Henry
     
    GSK-Sanofi
     
    So that's Anglo-French, like Concorde or Stanley Johnson
     
    https://www.theguardian.com/science/2020/apr/14/gsk-and-sanofi-join-forces-to-work-on-coronavirus-vaccine
     
    reply In reply to Iron Knee
    It is noticeable that the french were ultra nationalist and the brits werent. And then they still failed.
     
    Tricky circle for you to square that one, isnt it IK?
     
    Hilarious watching you try.
     
    Yes, thank goodness we don’t have nationalists in Britain 
     
    reply In reply to Upton
    Reuters is thoroughly covering the background to the EU Commission's dithering and delays today:
     
    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-vaccines-europe-in/countdown-to-catastrophe-inside-europes-fight-for-covid-shots-idUSKBN2A50I1
    "At least five diplomats told the meeting the Commission had pushed too far in its public fight and urged it to calm the dispute, at least privately. Legal action would not produce more vaccines quickly, they said.
    “The Commission has its back against the wall,” French ambassador Leglise-Costa told the meeting, according to the notes."
     
    reply In reply to Upton
    Will there be consequences?  resignations?  NO! Merkel learned from Kohl:  sit it out.  Meanwhile, bring out your dead.....
     
    reply In reply to Upton
    All should read that Reuters account. Telling it as it is rather than here, how they would prefer it... although lately even the FT can no longer avoid the brutal reality.
     
    reply In reply to Ozzi
    Important to read other media to get the full story, like Bild yesterday:
     
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/feb/04/german-minister-criticises-von-der-leyen-over-covid-vaccines-disgrace
     
    “Germany’s finance minister has attacked the European commission’s Covid vaccine strategy as “really shit”, Bild has reported, as Angela Merkel’s centre-left coalition partners seek to exploit anger over the issue before federal elections.”
     
    reply In reply to Upton
    we will never find out unless there is a law suit ... but where, presided over by whom? The ECJ? 
     
    At present all, national politicians and EU,  are moving into a roman hedgehog position covering their bums.  No mistakes here!
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    stokiescum got a reaction from Bedrag Justesen in No Phil?   
    Brings a tear to my eye what a man 
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    stokiescum reacted to Bedrag Justesen in No Phil?   
    Phil demise will wipe out Megz and Haz story so timing is crucial.
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    stokiescum reacted to Yadda yadda yadda in No Phil?   
    NHS much better equipped for significant operations. I suppose any procedure is significant at 99.
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    stokiescum reacted to swiss_democracy_for_all in No Phil?   
    Might be closer to the truth than you think, I don't imagine they'd move a sick man of his age unless they really, really needed to.
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    stokiescum reacted to The Generation Game in No Phil?   
    By requesting that Harry comes to visit him?
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    stokiescum got a reaction from Agent ZigZag in March March   
    Well I had friends round for a beer last night that’s why I was quiet .the traing of the population is done all we need do is not buy shit we don’t need and they are fucked your going to see how fucked we are when furlow ends .maybe a million will go on benifits they are vunrable to the public not spending like sailors on shore leave. Working from home has damaged there beloved London it’s showed it’s weak underbelly it’s vunrable to a legal protest of frugalness basicly 
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    stokiescum got a reaction from TheNickos in Pret Panic: homeworking is here to stay   
    Bookies at the end of the road has gone and the local brothels web sites vanished fuck
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