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6 hours ago, mary1947 said:

I don'i seem to sleep after 4 00 am

 

I have trouble switching my brain off and it's not unusual for 4am to be bedtime for me. On the other side of the coin of course I'm never up before late'oclock

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Yes, I've seen you recently Brew, in the early hours on this site. I often wake in the night and log in or scan the news. At 3am this morning, I was down at the bottom of the garden with a torch, watching my baby hedgehogs scoffing their food! Cute isn't the word! It was a very warm night and a couple of my favourite local moggies turned up, too! Most enjoyable.

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I woke at 2am and checked my emails. I was informed I had a winner on Euromillions. How exciting! I logged in only to be told the site was closed for the night but to return later. I had wonderful dreams on how I would spend the hundred million first prize; what causes I would donate to. 

I awoke at 7.00 as usual, logged on and found I had won £2.40! I immediately reinvested £2 on tonight’s lottery. At least I now have 40p to spend. 

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At that price for a service it should not have failed the mot! The bastards charged me £4 for screenwash even though I’d just filled the reservoir to the brim and the car was covered with greasy finger marks and had not been valeted. A satisfaction questionnaire is on the way and that’s when the shit is going to hit the fan!

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At that price you should get the car fully detailed, sock it to them that would be my last visit there is it a dealership or just a garage?. Our Toyota dealer in Regina is fantastic parts are on par to Walmart although oil filters wiper blades are genuine Toyota parts.

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Changing the subject, sorry, but can anyone kindly tell me if Goose Fair will going ahead the week after next? Thank you.

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5 hours ago, Jill Sparrow said:

What's this I hear about the discovery of a body in the River Leen in Bulwell yesterday? 

 

Seems to be true, but I know no more.  I have heard a few unsubstantiated rumours, but I'm not repeating them.. because they are..well.. unsubstantiated.

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Today in my quest to rid myself of small petrol engines and equipment with electrical needs I tried out my new 36V battery operated, brushless? self propelled lawn mower.

The clutch on the self propelled petrol mower had no more adjustment left and was no longer driving the mower, the cost to repair a thirty year old mower was 60% of the cost of the new battery mower.

The new mower was brilliant, no more filling with petrol, stuggling with a pull cord and wrestling a heavy steel framed mower around the lawn. Charge the battery, pop it and the interlock key in, pull the bale arm and press the start button and away you go. It is very light as it is mostly of plastic construction but has a parts and labour warranty for six years.

A quick blow down and wipe over with a damp cloth and put away till next week. Very impressed!

 

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Well, here's a revelation. I wake up this morning to the news that women are not the only ones who have a cervix!  One each, that is, not a collective cervix.  Logical conclusion of that discovery? Men have them, too!

 

Well, you've been keeping that quiet, you treacherous lot! Never said a word, did you?

 

Where do you keep it? I'm intrigued.

 

I don't know. You'll be wanting a brain next. Then we'll be even further up sh*t creek than we already are!  :P

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Morning Jill, what I can tell you,  is that a number of years ago, about the early 90s, I had to go to Hawkhurst cottage hospital for shoulder exercises AND Cervical traction, (for 2 frozen shoulders).

This involved sitting on a physio bed and a sort of collar put round my neck. This was attached to a hoist system which started to pull me head up, then release. This was done over about 15 minutes. My body weight keeping me seated, but I feared they were trying to pull me head off !!

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Took me by surprise too ! I thought at was a 'Lady' thing. Another device was plunging my late sons hands in molten wax. The poor bugger then had to sit with it on till it cooled and then they peeled it off. (It were for his arthritic hands).

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My mum had the hot wax treatment as part of her physio after breaking a wrist in her 70s. She loved it.

 

Sorry to disappoint you, Beekay. You have cervical vertebrae but you don't have a cervix. It's not included with the XY kit!

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