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Talk / Re: COMIC Relief
« Last post by huhn on 16 Mar 2019 07:12PM »
and may be one other problem with the charities, they focus on a small group, what is with some people  who are the only ones or you have multiple problems and you are not getting support from the charity why you are  not fitting there little box of thinking. and  you are right we have all a right of a good and normal life and not begging for  everything little bit what is for everyone normal to have.
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Talk / Re: What a great week not
« Last post by huhn on 16 Mar 2019 06:28PM »
my  big girl  joins  you, her wisdom tooth has to be removed, good news she has only  2 and 2 are non existing, so when anyone  says  humans have 32 teeth that is not true >lol<  >lol<  >lol< but really I get slowly  exhausted to explain that we are a family of rare medical conditions. otherwise it was getting to boring >cool<  >cool<  >cool<
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Talk / Re: COMIC Relief
« Last post by KizzyKazaer on 15 Mar 2019 09:22PM »
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My local media published all sorts of antics in support of Comic relief but all hell broke loose when one disabled posted this:

That piece could have been written by you, On the edge! (Was it??)

My belief has always been that, in a so-called civilised nation, disabled people shouldn't need charity support anyway...
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Talk / Re: I won't spend it all at once.
« Last post by pjd on 15 Mar 2019 09:22PM »
Hi, I'm still confused as I'm in the support group too.
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Talk / Re: I won't spend it all at once.
« Last post by KizzyKazaer on 15 Mar 2019 09:19PM »
Thanks for clarifying that, Monic  >thumbsup<

Pjd - you're quite right, the system is confusing - and it doesn't get any clearer  >doh<
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Talk / Re: I won't spend it all at once.
« Last post by Monic1511 on 15 Mar 2019 08:54PM »
Re Kizzy getting a rise - its the support group amount that has risen, the income related part (basic assessment rate) hasn't shifted at all
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Talk / Re: What a great week not
« Last post by Monic1511 on 15 Mar 2019 08:52PM »
 >hugs<  >crying<
Hopefully that's all the bad news over with.
I hope the dental treatment has worked.
 >bighugs<
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Talk / Re: What a great week not
« Last post by SteveX on 15 Mar 2019 07:20PM »
I said to my wife can this week get any worse me and my big mouth, now I need to visit the dentist just snapped a tooth in half. :-(

oh that sucks..  I had a trip to the dentist last week, 2 fillings, 1 extraction and a cleaning and a week later I'm now in 3x more pain than I was before I went.   >doh<
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Talk / Re: I won't spend it all at once.
« Last post by pjd on 15 Mar 2019 03:23PM »
Hi kizzykazaer, any idea why you got a rise on income based ESA but mine was stopped? The benefits system is sooo confusing.
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Talk / Re: I won't spend it all at once.
« Last post by pjd on 15 Mar 2019 03:14PM »
Hi all, I've just had my ESA contributory letter in which I get no increase at all. I mean it was always a pittance to begin with but blimey the politions don't seem to have a problem giving themselves a rise. 

Oh well, the good news is I get a Xmas bonus payment of 10 so when Xmas comes around it's party time for me ha.
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