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Cafe / Re: Word Association Game
« Last post by Sunshine Meadows on 15 Nov 2018 07:46PM »
kettle
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Cafe / Re: Word Association Game
« Last post by huhn on 15 Nov 2018 05:30PM »
frying pan
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Cafe / Re: Word Association Game
« Last post by oldtone27 on 15 Nov 2018 11:58AM »
Egg
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And there's those mini-earthquakes it causes - just doesn't seem very safe to me  >erm< title=erm


 Trying not to go completely off topic here but that makes me think of the end of the movie called Core when they use a serious of explosions to cause a rippling affect that builds from one explosion to the next until the earths core is restarted. Fracking firm boss says it didn't expect to cause such serious quakes the title of this article says it all really  >doh< If the people doing the fracking are surprised when serious quakes occur then the science of fracking is not advanced enough to mean it is properly understood so it should be stopped.
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Cafe / Re: Moments in Time
« Last post by Sunshine Meadows on 15 Nov 2018 09:37AM »
Pinterest can be good for this sort of thing. Maybe we should have a Pinterest page
Description - sunlight grassy walk in the countryside.

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Cafe / Re: Word Association Game
« Last post by Sunshine Meadows on 15 Nov 2018 09:31AM »
Easter  ;-)
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Disability Q and A / Re: Public loos for the less tall
« Last post by Sunshine Meadows on 15 Nov 2018 09:28AM »
Norrin,

There is a device called a Shewee (other brands are available) link , but much as Rose describes not being able to go when her feet are not on something I found my body would not accept weeing with my jeans still on. 

Rose,

You posted when I was not around so you might not see my reply nevertheless I will answer. I think the solution might be to have a folding box that you can carry with you. There are allsorts of new technologies out there and so it should be possible to create something, the hardest detail to overcome would be that it did not skid or tip away when you put your feet on it.
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Disability Q and A / Re: shared houseing
« Last post by Sunshine Meadows on 15 Nov 2018 09:15AM »
Bule,

That is good to hear especially that you are able to get out and about. Is there anything else you would like to tell us about shared housing. Can you use the kitchen to make your own food or is it easier for you for the staff to make it?
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Here is an update from Data Parliament UK link it opens up as a PDF, there is a lot to read 
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Will payments of arrears be disregarded for the life of the award? Arrears of benefit under 5,000 are disregarded as capital for 52 weeks from the date they are paid. Payments of 5,000 or more will be disregarded for 52 weeks or until the termination of the benefit award, whichever is longer. We have also introduced the same capital disregard in Universal Credit (UC) in respect of arrears relating to legacy income-related benefit entitlement which begins before migration to UC is complete.

I wish there was some way of setting up some sort of investment structure that meant that the people getting the arrears could choose to get the money paid to them over several years. I suppose they could by gold bars like the super rich do  :-(
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Cafe / Re: Re-launching the ship happyness by bulekingfisher
« Last post by bulekingfisher on 14 Nov 2018 09:21PM »
Hello kizzy Kazaer

We have been towing a barge sloshing full of Yorkshire water that is regular re-filled by a tanker plane + our tea is acting as a huge insensitive to win Joe public over to our cause of integration so 2 faced polations quickly but reluctantly started accepting the Washington tea party bore a strong resemblance to the Boston tea party of the 17th century which will introduce another British  revolution which is non violent + we have the proven facts from the country's we have already visited so this will be like a storm in the prverible tea cup >mug-tea<
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