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General Discussion Area / Re: Fish.
« on: Today at 11:02:03 »
Pollocks to all this. Mine's a steak. :y
She did me a fantastic steak the other night. No idea why it was sooooo good, esp as it came from Tesco :o
Had a great one off the barbecue the other night.  :y

Went out for a meal last night and everything on the menu was fish apart from the Lamb and the Vegan / rabbit food option. Lamb came with anchovies. :(


Luckily, they were happy to leave that sh1te off mine, otherwise I'd have removed myself from the premises pretty sharpish. ;D

Sounds like the sort of place where the food is served on a log or Marley roof tile.  ::)  ;D

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Congratulations Kevin!  :y

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General Discussion Area / Re: Andrea Leadsome
« on: Today at 10:33:25 »
Utter rubbish.  ;D

Where was the in depth analysis of what our long term membership of the EU entailed in terms of increasing contributions, the rebate, Shenghen, the Euro, the EU Military, the impact of new countries joining, loss of sovereignty, etc etc?
PMSL.  It was/is all there.  The Farage mob chose to ignore it, as it didn't fit in with their lies.  The (old style, pre last summer) Fail chose to ignore it, as it didn't fit in with their desired outcomes.  Even the beeb covered it slightly, despite their more senior correspondents being pro hard leave.

I think we must be living in different countries.  ::)

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General Discussion Area / Re: The Runners and Riders!
« on: Today at 09:20:19 »
Corbyn has put the blame on Labours bad election result fairly and squarely on the Tories.  ???  ;D

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That's quite disturbing and not something I should have watched just before going to bed!  ::)

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General Discussion Area / Re: Fish.
« on: Yesterday at 17:51:14 »
On forays into the Vietnamese countryside on a moped I've seen the fish farms where they raise Basa fish.  :y

Forget the image of a little man with a straw hat fishing from his dugout on the Mekong River, the reality is vast man made ponds/lakes where they rear the fish.  :)  The fish farmers still wear straw hats though.  ;D

I buy it from time to time as it's relatively cheap and quite tasty.  :y


You are a well travelled wurzel, but should gentleman of a certain age be foraying in the countryside garden.

Forays into the garden should always be carried out even at your age BG!  :y

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General Discussion Area / Re: Mannequins
« on: Yesterday at 17:22:16 »
Batteries not included?  ;D

Ron.

Solar power, Ron. We need to be environmentally friendly these days.

........not sure a vibrator will get much sunlight where it is going to be used though. :)

Apparently the sun shines out of some people's arse?  ???

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General Discussion Area / Re: The Runners and Riders!
« on: Yesterday at 17:20:52 »
John McDonnell today warning about extremists getting the keys to No 10.  ::)

Oh the irony!  ;D

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General Discussion Area / Re: Fish.
« on: Yesterday at 17:10:17 »
So on Friday's Opti look forward to a plateful of locusts! :D :D :-* :-* :y

During a night out with a mate in Kampala, Uganda a few years ago, as he got up to go to the bar he asked me if I wanted a packet of crisps, to which I replied "Yes please!"  :y

He came back with a bag of deep fried locusts!  :o 

We were with a couple of Ugandan guys who urged me not to eat them as I would probably be sat on the loo for days, and although I got the feeling that they wouldn't have touched them with a bargepole the challenge was on!  ::)  :)

So I ate the whole bag and survived to tell the tale!  :y

Washed down with a nice cold bottle of Nile Special they weren't too bad actually, a bit like the batter scraps we used to scrounge from the chippy.  :)

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General Discussion Area / Re: Mannequins
« on: Yesterday at 15:12:13 »
M&S don't sound very diverse to me!  :-\

You're clearly offended and should demand compensation for your hurt feelings Rae!  :)

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General Discussion Area / Re: Fish.
« on: Yesterday at 13:57:51 »
A lot of the fish we now eat is questionably raised. Even Especially Salmon.

FTFY Varche!  ;)

There are lots of reports of Salmon farms in places like Norway, Scotland and Canada where the fish are diseased, full of parasites and kept in poor conditions.   :-\ 

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General Discussion Area / Re: Andrea Leadsome
« on: Yesterday at 13:38:44 »
There was little or no analysis of what a vote to remain would have entailed, nor has there been since.  ::)
No, of course not, just all those that just about every single (sane) economist has done...

No, what you are referring to are the endless negative predictions of voting to leave which didn't come true and the ongoing negative and frankley hysterical predictions of what will happen if we actually leave, many of which have been discredited.  ::)

There has been little or no analysis, of the economic or political consequences of a remain vote.  ;)
No, I'm referring to just about every single piece of analysis done, before, during and after the referendum.

But the Farage brainwashing* causes them all to be dismissed as Project Fear. Which means suddenly they are irrelevant, because the reality of it doesn't match what was/is being promised by some.


*Mostly via The Daily Mail.

Sigh.  ::)

You are still talking about the analysis and predictions of leaving not remaining.  ::)
WTF are you smoking?

They all did analysis of remaining.

They all did analysis of leaving.

Then they compared.  That's how this shit works.

Utter rubbish.  ;D

Where was the in depth analysis of what our long term membership of the EU entailed in terms of increasing contributions, the rebate, Shenghen, the Euro, the EU Military, the impact of new countries joining, loss of sovereignty, etc etc?

There was little or none, just an wooly unspoken assumption that it would have been business as usual had we voted to remain, which is utter 'dangle berries' in my view as they would have used that remain vote against us in any negotiations about the rebate, transfers of powers etc.  ::)

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General Discussion Area / Re: Fish.
« on: Yesterday at 13:24:45 »
On forays into the Vietnamese countryside on a moped I've seen the fish farms where they raise Basa fish.  :y

Forget the image of a little man with a straw hat fishing from his dugout on the Mekong River, the reality is vast man made ponds/lakes where they rear the fish.  :)  The fish farmers still wear straw hats though.  ;D

I buy it from time to time as it's relatively cheap and quite tasty.  :y

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General Discussion Area / Re: The Runners and Riders!
« on: Yesterday at 11:58:38 »
Andrea Leadsom has throw her hat into the ring.  :)

Why do we say that?  :-\
We don't. We say thrown her hat into the ring.  :)

Ah yes. oops!  ;D
https://writingexplained.org/idiom-dictionary/throw-your-hat-in-the-ring

Thanks Uncle Stemo, every day's a school day!  :y

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General Discussion Area / Re: Andrea Leadsome
« on: Yesterday at 11:52:53 »
There was little or no analysis of what a vote to remain would have entailed, nor has there been since.  ::)
No, of course not, just all those that just about every single (sane) economist has done...

No, what you are referring to are the endless negative predictions of voting to leave which didn't come true and the ongoing negative and frankley hysterical predictions of what will happen if we actually leave, many of which have been discredited.  ::)

There has been little or no analysis, of the economic or political consequences of a remain vote.  ;)
No, I'm referring to just about every single piece of analysis done, before, during and after the referendum.

But the Farage brainwashing* causes them all to be dismissed as Project Fear. Which means suddenly they are irrelevant, because the reality of it doesn't match what was/is being promised by some.


*Mostly via The Daily Mail.

Sigh.  ::)

You are still talking about the analysis and predictions of leaving not remaining.  ::)

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