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Midland Red
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16 of 27  Fri 29th Jul 2022 10:13pm  
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I understand from Mrs Red that the final “Neighbours” episode has just been televised, and dear old Harold Bishop put in an appearance. Double thumbs up Our Philip Harold Bishop Big grin
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PhiliPamInCoventry
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17 of 27  Sat 30th Jul 2022 9:28am  
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Hi all, In drama, I never played the part of Harold Bishop, but I did play the part of a Bishop. The top part!
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Helen F
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18 of 27  Sat 30th Jul 2022 9:33am  
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Wink So who played the bottom part of the bishop? Lol MR's got a point. We've never seen Philip and Harold at the same time. Like Superman and Clark Kent.
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PhiliPamInCoventry
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19 of 27  Wed 3rd Aug 2022 9:45pm  
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Hi all, As bad as warmongering is over our globe, what for me is really frightening are the so called natural disasters. This is now common place. This size of hail is being recorded in every continent. I don't believe that it's all human activity global warming, because no-one has yet answered why Mars is warming in very similar proportions. Has Capt Morgan really planted giant rhubarb on planet Mars!
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Mick Strong
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20 of 27  Sun 7th Aug 2022 2:08pm  
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Catching up on the weeks news, I have noticed that Rebekah Vardy has joined the Andrew Windsor & Cristiano Ronaldo club!!!!
Mick Strong

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Helen F
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21 of 27  Mon 8th Aug 2022 2:12pm  
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Since I don't entirely understand the popularity of most celebs, I equally don't entirely understand why some fall so far out of favour but their fan status and fall are invariably out of proportion to their actions.
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Mick Strong
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22 of 27  Mon 8th Aug 2022 3:56pm  
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One of the big problems is that the celebs think they are popular when in reality they are not.
Mick Strong

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Dreamtime
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23 of 27  Mon 8th Aug 2022 4:25pm  
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Mick, who needs celebs when you have friends? Wave
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argon
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24 of 27  Mon 8th Aug 2022 4:48pm  
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From what little I have seen of celebs they are individuals with little talent and a lot of self aggrandisement
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Helen F
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25 of 27  Tue 9th Aug 2022 1:28pm  
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On 3rd Aug 2022 9:45pm, PhiliPamInCoventry said:
This happened when I was a teenager. It trashed the greenhouse, killed a few cows and left the garden under about 10 inches of massive hailstones. There instantly sprang up a peasouper fog (it was a really hot day) and the rapid melt then left the garden under a temporary flood. It was very weird.
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PhiliPamInCoventry
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26 of 27  Fri 12th Aug 2022 12:55pm  
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Hi all, HEATING FOR THOUGHT. Until last year, I would have posted this blerp inside our Retirement topic, which is where it might end up, but the impact of energy price increases is affecting most folk. Disregarding social welfare help, folk living on their own, like me at present, in three/four bed homes, must be in the category of high impact cost change. In my present reasonable health, I don't need my heating hyped as I did keeping Pamela warm. My thoughts do turn to that group just now. I'm on a fixed tariff, but that ends in December. My heating consumption this past winter was only a third of the previous winter. I can still trim it, but even so, I'm budgeting for at least twice this year's cost. So many folks just won't cope, without social assistance. Will we see families merging into single households. Maybe a glut of higher priced properties coming on to the market. The possible projected ramifications are mind blowing. At present, nearly nine million people are single occupancy status. Within that group, the out of control impact will be… you know what's coming hey!… Equity release, folks financially trapped like prisoners in their own home, but cannot afford the hyper cost of living. Any thoughts on this?
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Helen F
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27 of 27  Fri 12th Aug 2022 1:19pm  
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It is going to be a tough few years. I'm not sure that it will result in a lot of vacant properties. Though I fear that equity release companies will start advertising using the energy crisis as a reason for the elderly to 'free up cash'.
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