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On 1/12/2022 at 1:10 AM, IAN FINN said:

Her teeth are like the stars they come out at night. Take note Beekay it cost me 3000 dollars to have the wifes own teeth veneered so no chance of them coming out at night. Not sure if they are made of wood or not.Dont forget to put your teeth in Jeyes.

 

 

I'd have done you a good deal on a nice tin of Dulux if you'd asked!  thumbsup

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Just got back from QMC again........the last eight days have been a bit Traumatic to say the least,,...blood tests,,X-rays,,and today a visit to a Consultant........cut a long story short......problem

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When we were on holiday in Switzerland, during breakfast one morning, one of wifey's teeth came off the top plate after biting a crusty roll. Understandably, she was rather distressed and said she wouldn't go out. I told her it was no big deal as it wasn't a front tooth. I ended up walking up the road to the local supermarket and bought some superglue and stuck the offending tooth back into place. Never gave any thought as to whether it were poisonous or not.

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Had my first crown ever, yesterday.  Temporary until next week when they should have the permanent one ready.   It has repaired an old molar that the school dentist filled sixty odd years ago.  Filling finally broke and could not be repaired.  Maybe I'd better look for some Araldite, just in case.  :biggrin:

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-59987935

 

Making no comment about innocence or guilt because I simply don't know. Andrew seems to  be convicted before having been tried. I thought it was innocent until proven guilty.

Even Harold Shipman wasn't stripped of his title until after he was convicted.

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Trial by media these days. The sleazier, the better.

 

The Plaintiff, as I understand it, was quite happy to accept large amounts of money from the perpetrator, Epstein. Not only that, she was quite willing to introduce her young friends to him, lured by the promise of yet more money. She knew what would befall them. Should there not be some case brought against her for her actions?

 

Another hefty payment was accepted to buy her silence. Now, it seems, she will want more than a substantial financial settlement because she wants to be 'vindicated'.  Personally, I would want to see an abuser shown up and shamed for what they had done (if, indeed, they had done it) but I would not accept a penny from them. Such money would be tainted and I wouldn't touch it.

 

Who has done what, or otherwise, only they know. More than the accused looks dodgy to me.

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I'm also unable to comment on what Andrew did or did not do, but I did make a mental note some time ago that the young lady claimed to have been abused by him on three separate occasions in three entirely different locations.  Now, there may be valid reasons why she was unable to escape such repeat treatment, but if there were not.. then the words of Lady Bracknell in Wilde's 'The Importance of Being Earnest' spring to mind...

To lose one (parent) may be regarded as a misfortune, to lose two looks like carelessness.’

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10 hours ago, Jill Sparrow said:

The Plaintiff, as I understand it, was quite happy to accept large amounts of money from the perpetrator, Epstein. Not only that, she was quite willing to introduce her young friends to him, lured by the promise of yet more money. She knew what would befall them. Should there not be some case brought against her for her actions?

 

Another hefty payment was accepted to buy her silence. Now, it seems, she will want more than a substantial financial settlement because she wants to be 'vindicated'.  Personally, I would want to see an abuser shown up and shamed for what they had done (if, indeed, they had done it) but I would not accept a penny from them. Such money would be tainted and I wouldn't touch it.

 

Who has done what, or otherwise, only they know. More than the accused looks dodgy to me.

We’re on the same wavelength here Jill. My thoughts exactly. 

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A few anxious moments this morning. My husband has had a cough the last few days and yesterday it was a bit worrying. This morning we both tested negative ...what a relief.

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Was it frosty on the paths in Nottingham this morning?   Or was it a loose piece of paving?   Bet you looked round quickly to see if anyone saw you!  Hope you’re not too bruised (apart from your dignity :rolleyes:)

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4 hours ago, radfordred said:

So you've not seen it either? 

I saw the photo first on my phone and because of my rubbish eyes I couldn’t see any detail.   I’ve now looked on a bigger screen and can see the problem ….   At least you had a reason for falling :)  

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Just taken Jj out for his morning walk on the park. The fog is quite thick in some places. I must say I always find it quite eerie when you can hear footsteps and not see who it is. Reminds me of an old film, think it was a Hitchcock one, where there was a thick fog and you could hear footsteps as someone was being followed perhaps someone will know the title? Or was it a Jack the Ripper one? 
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It was freezing, my face was frozen, glad to get back and have a hot drink. Just about thawed out now and a Jj is pleased he has got his coat off.
 

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Brexit strikes again !

My son who lives in Holland always likes a Cornish calendar.

We bought one for the princely sum of £2 .

It was one of the square ones about 30cm square and cost us £5.50 to post using Royal Mail online app.

2 weeks later my son in Holland gets a letter demanding over 6 euros duty ,  payable online before they will deliver it ! 

 

I don't know what I did wrong on the customs form ?

Described it as "printed matter-calendar" and ticked the "gift" box and gave a value of £7 including postage.

So over £11 to post a £2 calendar.

Not worth the effort in the future.

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