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RE: [VIDEO] Coping with the lockdown

Jitendar Canth (Reviewer) posted this on Saturday, 4th July 2020, 14:26

I can make out your fingerprints... cheers mate!

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RE: [VIDEO] Coping with the lockdown

Robee J Shepherd (undefined) posted this on Saturday, 4th July 2020, 19:57

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RE: [VIDEO] Coping with the lockdown

Si Wooldridge (Reviewer) posted this on Saturday, 4th July 2020, 21:55

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"Not you too! Noooooooo!"

Not sure what you mean by that, explain...I suspect you may have misunderstood me...

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RE: [VIDEO] Coping with the lockdown

bandicoot (Elite) posted this on Sunday, 5th July 2020, 23:16

Had an actual live milkman come to the door yesterday, and ask if I wanted milk delivered every day, during this pandemic.

I asked where have you been for the last two decades when milk deliveries to the door ceased, as we all just buy a 4 pint bottle for the week from the supermarket.

Anyway I said no, but at least he tried.

RE: [VIDEO] Coping with the lockdown

bandicoot (Elite) posted this on Wednesday, 9th September 2020, 09:29

Are you all back to work? as in to your office or workplace, as the Government is desperate to see us all return, due to the UK having the lowest return rate in Europe, at 35%. We all seem to love working from home now, if you can. Saves a lot of hassle on transport. They have even issued a statement to get all civil servants back to work LOL. Good luck on that.

I personally have not opened our worksite, and have no workers on the books at the moment. My wife says its to dangerous for me at my retirement age to reopen at present. I was going to move onto part-time work anyway prior to lockdown. So at the moment just checking the worksite once every week, for any break-ins or pilfering. But so far all good, as the site is in a cul-de-sac. Touch wood.ย 

Laugh is, I have not worked on the worksite since end of March lockdown, but still got a Tax bill for year 2019/20, grrh! (tax man still working from home instead of office could not accept a card payment, so had to go get a cheque made out at the bank to pay the bill, first cheque for 10 years. bank clerk tried to hit me for a ยฃ20 admin charge for 1 minute to make out a cheque, a pure con. Said i was now thinking to pack in my account with them due to this, and then after a talk with their boss they decided admin cost was free due to the unusual covid 19 situation, he he).

The tax bill must have been to help pay back some of the estimated two trillion pounds owed to shore up peoples wages during lockdown. I brought the bill down by 0.000000000001%ย 

RE: [VIDEO] Coping with the lockdown

admars (Elite) posted this on Wednesday, 9th September 2020, 11:46

still working from home, which is easier now kids have gone back to school :)

the office I work in is shared, and we've been told current plans are to reopen it mid next month, but with social distancing, so a bank of deskw which has 6, will only have 2 people on it, so if less than half of us can go in, i guess a lot of people will choose to carry on workign from home, saves a lot of time travelling and petrol money :)

I do sort of miss getting out the house though

the argument between health minister and interviewer today is funny

interviewer: so from monday no groups of more than 6
health sec: yes
interview: so shoudl someone who has a ticket to the races today go?
health sec: the new rules come in on monday
interviewer: so is it safe to go to the races today with thousands of other people
health sec: the new rules come in on monday

funnily enough one of the girls was due to go to a birthday party a week on saturday. so the parents have moved it to this weekend, as obviously this wekeend will be safer than the following one, i don't think there will be much social distancing


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RE: [VIDEO] Coping with the lockdown

alfie noakes (Elite) posted this on Wednesday, 9th September 2020, 12:27

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admars says...
"interview: so shoudl someone who has a ticket to the races today go?
health sec: the new rules come in on monday
interviewer: so is it safe to go to the races today with thousands of other people
health sec: the new rules come in on monday"

This is all very concerning for head of track n' trace, Dido Harding. She should really be confronting main board member of the Jockey Club, Dido Harding...

RE: [VIDEO] Coping with the lockdown

bandicoot (Elite) posted this on Wednesday, 9th September 2020, 22:48

Remember that you can use the 'Dominic Cummings' fudge factor, to make adjustments to the Lockdown rules....

....as long as you don't get caughtย 

RE: [VIDEO] Coping with the lockdown

bandicoot (Elite) posted this on Wednesday, 9th September 2020, 22:55

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alfie noakes says...This is all very concerning for head of track n' trace, Dido Harding. She should really be confronting main board member of the Jockey Club, Dido Harding...

Talking about track and trace, we were in a restaurant in Scotland last week, and had to write down name and address, and was told by the guy at entrance, please do not write down D. Duck, as we already have in the restaurant two D. Ducks, a Mr Bean and the only person we think using his real name is a Mrย Colin Forseconds.

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RE: [VIDEO] Coping with the lockdown

Si Wooldridge (Reviewer) posted this on Thursday, 10th September 2020, 07:40

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bandicoot says...
"Talking about track and trace, we were in a restaurant in Scotland last week, and had to write down name and address, and was told by the guy at entrance, please do not write down D. Duck, as we already have in the restaurant two D. Ducks, a Mr Bean and the only person we think using his real name is a Mrย Colin Forseconds."

Interesting as a number of SNP fans are busy telling rUK how great the compliance of Scots compared to those 'orrible English people is...


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