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    Quote Originally Posted by Cowabunga, post: 5572308, member: 718
    In 1973 there were low but sustainable numbers of badgers, Any excess that made a nuisance of themselves were culled to keep the population steady.
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    They do not breed like rabbits so, slowly, over the next ten years their population grew, The more their population grew, the faster the population grew, Until they became a fear pest in the mid 1990's, after the completely unnecessary Badger Act of 1992 [not your claimed 1973] although they were never close to being 'rare', and their population has continued to expand since and the breadth and spread of dreadfully diseased badgers continues to grow. Funny thing is, if farmers were to keep diseased and suffering badgers on purpose, they would be sent to the clink, yet their 'conservationists' seem happy for them to suffer a painful, lingering and horribly drawn out death from tuberculosis, when it could so easily be eradicated as it has been before and is in other countries.




    Just who are the "we'' that puts specific time limits and "any other considerations" on this discussion? It is YOU, to suit your warped agenda while trying to ignore the facts.
    "We" notice that every time you try that kind of thing, and there are no positive things in your agenda whatsoever, you expose yourself to being even more ignorant to more people. Its quite entertaining to watch really. Especially so as you are incapable of even quoting properly in what must be the easiest forum there is to quote accurately.



    fallowfields problem is that he has been infected[is that the right word ?] with a complaint known as "delusional tendencies" [look it up".
    Its a very powerfull thing, Hitler had it big time.My neighbour has it and is very powerful although she does not know it, she has infected D&C up to and including superintendent level
    and maybe higher, time will tell just how high up it has gone. People working in old folks homes are very familiar with its mild form and do their best to contain it.
    I am unfortunate enough to have 2 family members with it, so I have learnt how to mitigate its effects somewhat, even so, i have to be ever vigilant..
    In the western world there are is a very distinct pattern of behavior,with 4 separate things common to all sufferers of whatever age.


    Its more common than you would think, the last known big one was the tower block inferno, before that it was the Hull vice ring, before that it was Hillsborough.
    Fergy is another well known one, Beeching was another and the nat west guy.

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    Well, friday i had a appointment with another specialist nut man, although he had heard about it he knew nothing of its effects.
    after 1 1/2 haLF hours , he was keen for another go. I still getting sporadic visits from the nut nurses, but the heighbours and cops are strangly quite.
    I did tell the inspector that he should tell his wife before betting his house and pension on a loser but got no reply, oh well, if you is a betting man you must stand your losses and move on. The one i feel most sorry for is the local man, we have lived in adjoining villages all our lives, in fact he gave the sister of a blonde i went out with a run fer a while, he only go a couple of years till his pension, doubtful if he gets one now, such is life.
    Saturday i went to B&Q to pick up a few bit few my experiment, ran 2 side by side, 1 worked proper, beyond my expectations, the other ,lacking the magic hardly ran at all, chuffed to bits with it.
    Tony, the nut nurse came out with a female nurse yesterday, boy them grannies is insatiably, all boys should be like the Zulu's and take an older woman till they is 30

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    nut nursews come agin today, said they would ring, they diddn so i stayed away.
    cop, carpenter come bout patrick

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    petrick called the missus a dried up old prune, course he were right, but she complained to cops

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    Well, the nut nurses rang yesterday morning,, sais they was coming tween 4 and 6, would ring to say they was leaving.
    thats ok, was watching telly in morning when they showed new hair dryer/curler, 400+ it cost. well i were shocked, i went into dining room where i keek a few tools and made a copy outa bit of alkathene, works great. tried to git twaddles to test it, hmm, big mistake, she threw me out house. anyway, yonger bows misses has long hair so i drove up to he' s place and showed he, left it fer her for when she come back from school run and come home, time i got there the nut nurses had bin an gone without phoning me. Later on we had a visit from carpenter, the only straight copper in tavy, i think. he was going see patrick next, we'll see.

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    Likewise, Joe, I've seen the advert for the 400 hairdryer and find it impossible to understand why anybody would want to spend that on a hairdryer.

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    well, as a hair dryer its the only one i seen that makes any sense, the 400 price is another matter.
    when the women go to a posh do it creates a jalking point, bit of scrap alkathene that does the same job aint worth opening yer mouth fer.
    us can be same with tools, got a new parkside grinder, you cant by a better one at any price

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    picked up some real bargains yesterday, grinder, some twin tube epoxy, and best of all a pair of reading glasses with twin lights.
    also a dremel and mini saw which is great.
    got issues with grinder and multitool, they have mounted battery at 45 degrees, daft. well pleased otherwise.
    went to tool sataion yesterday, a milwalki drill cost more than i have spent on a fully equiped home workshop that will last a lifetime, amaSING VALUE.
    got some dual sim rugged phones fer 10 delivered, struggling with them a bit, cant find the way to access the sim and sd slots, totaly defeated fer a while .
    the instructions says all about the 10 day battery, how far the torch shines, how to play mp3 files, how the cam works and how deep you can dive with phonebut not how i can open the damm case, bit on the heavy side, think they must have took a bit of 3/4 flat and just carved out enough fer the guts. at least it will always be worth a bit fer scrap

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    Quote Originally Posted by choochter View Post
    Likewise, Joe, I've seen the advert for the 400 hairdryer and find it impossible to understand why anybody would want to spend that on a hairdryer.
    looks like jist u an me here, had hoped some of tothers would join in

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe soapy View Post
    looks like jist u an me here, had hoped some of tothers would join in
    I'm watching, Joe.
    About the hair drier, change the alkathene pipe for some rubber milk tube might make it more usable.

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