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 Post subject: Re: Tedium corner.
PostPosted: Sun Jun 12, 2016 3:21 pm 
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For the purpose of clarity I was referring to the brexit lot.....just colossal arseholes all

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 Post subject: Re: Tedium corner.
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We have a dispute in our house. Other half has Lexit (exit from a left view) sympathies. But the kids are waging ideological warfare on him... And his dinner is in the dog (well, it would be if we had one). Xx


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 Post subject: Re: Tedium corner.
PostPosted: Sun Jun 12, 2016 6:38 pm 
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i just managed to scare the bejeezus out of myself by realising that if we do vote out, there will probably be a big call in other nations for exit too.

le pen's national front in france will call for it, greece probably, austria has lurched to the right, and there are right leaning groups all over europe who will be emboldened by brexit.

leaving a fractured separated europe with isolationist leaders, fighting over the scraps of capitalist economies that will be failing as financial confidence falters worldwide.

taking us right back to world wars.

a nightmare.

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 Post subject: Re: Tedium corner.
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beaux nidle wrote:
i just managed to scare the bejeezus out of myself by realising that if we do vote out, there will probably be a big call in other nations for exit too.

le pen's national front in france will call for it, greece probably, austria has lurched to the right, and there are right leaning groups all over europe who will be emboldened by brexit.


I also wonder what will happen in Ireland, if the UK pulls out. With Northern Ireland they would adjoin a non-EU country then. I cannot imagine that this would be of no effect to the economies of both.

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 Post subject: Re: Tedium corner.
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We have a dispute in our house. Other half has Lexit (exit from a left view) sympathies. But the kids are waging ideological warfare on him... And his dinner is in the dog (well, it would be if we had one). Xx


It was a very nice dinner.


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 Post subject: Re: Tedium corner.
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We have a dispute in our house. Other half has Lexit (exit from a left view) sympathies. But the kids are waging ideological warfare on him... And his dinner is in the dog (well, it would be if we had one). Xx


I know a man with a dog.....You'd be welcome to both - the further away they are from me the better :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: Tedium corner.
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Well it might cheer you up to know those shepherd thumb canes you made us are in very good use daily Lofty thank you sir ..> .............


Richard you are most welcome. And that has indeed cheered me up, bless you 8)

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 Post subject: Re: Tedium corner.
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Ignatz Wrobel wrote:
beaux nidle wrote:
i just managed to scare the bejeezus out of myself by realising that if we do vote out, there will probably be a big call in other nations for exit too.

le pen's national front in france will call for it, greece probably, austria has lurched to the right, and there are right leaning groups all over europe who will be emboldened by brexit.


I also wonder what will happen in Ireland, if the UK pulls out. With Northern Ireland they would adjoin a non-EU country then. I cannot imagine that this would be of no effect to the economies of both.

might hasten reunification!


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 Post subject: Re: Tedium corner.
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Well it might cheer you up to know those shepherd thumb canes you made us are in very good use daily Lofty thank you sir ..> .............


Richard you are most welcome. And that has indeed cheered me up, bless you 8)


They are lovely things and very well made...I am an admirer of craft mate

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That is most kind Richard, thank you. I love making things & I'm glad you are enjoying them :D

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 Post subject: Re: Tedium corner.
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Richard. Ohhhh my gawd.

I just took my mom to the dentist for a tooth extraction, and picked up a prescription for a stronger pain med than over the counter stuff, for when the novocaine wears off...I asked what it was and was told "Oh it's similar to Darvocet"...took a look at it after they filled it annnnnd...

...it was fucking Tramadol.

I kind of gasped a little and asked if it wasn't habit-forming. "Oh she won't be taking enough of it to worry about that"

I mean I KNOW that, right, but I am taking it away from her the second she doesn't need it!!

P.S. So my mom is 84. When we got home I started envisioning the freak scene of this little old lady hooked on Tramadol, and it honestly made me laugh out loud. It would be something else, I'm sure. Never gonna happen! :shock:

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 Post subject: Re: Tedium corner.
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It's when your NOT on it and it runs out the problems start :(

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 Post subject: Re: Tedium corner.
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Richard Hawley wrote:
It's when your NOT on it and it runs out the problems start :(


That does indeed make sense.

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 Post subject: Re: Tedium corner.
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A big tip that will help....DO NOT JUST STOP TAKING THEM....lower the dose slowly....those pills nearly killed me ive never been in a darker place,thank god for my wife or I wouldn't be here now

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