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Wouldn't this be lovely if our scientists manage to reverse the damage of this truly awful disease.     https://www.edinburghlive.co.uk/news/edinburgh-news/game-changer-discovery-edinburgh-scientists-19654065?fbclid=IwAR01E_ZURm15f1U1v8AosCR00XyOyDUICIiOREKITIXxXCyDcStaiPHLPTw

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6 hours ago, Erih Shtrep said:

Will play havoc with some posters Dead Pool teams

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12 hours ago, bennett said:

Even the polis can't be trusted...

 

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It's official - I'm old.  

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18 hours ago, DiegoDiego said:
21 hours ago, tamthebam said:
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quite a nice badge that. 

I do like the badge. They're in abeyance though are they not?

No, they're in Alness. That's the whole point.

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I often read about the "dot wars" some sad folk have on here. I often use the green dots as a way of liking a point or agreeing with it I suppose. I use the red ones if the poster is being a daft knob.

I noticed someone had "retaliated" to me red dotting two of their stupid posts, picking a random post from 2 days ago. 

 

I FEEL BULLIED. 

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4 minutes ago, Melanius Mullarkey said:

Lols.

I knew that was coming.

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I often read about the "dot wars" some sad folk have on here. I often use the green dots as a way of liking a point or agreeing with it I suppose. I use the red ones if the poster is being a daft knob.
I noticed someone had "retaliated" to me red dotting two of their stupid posts, picking a random post from 2 days ago. 
 
I FEEL BULLIED. 


The same thing happened to me a few months ago. I was taken aback and hurt and frightened. I formed a small support group, we meet fortnightly to discuss our feelings about dots and hug each other.

I’ll send you an invite.

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Bad start to the day for Rangers' bogey team...Screenshot_20210121-082947_Chrome.jpeg

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Just seen an advert for Viking Cruises where there was a a wine tasting scene depicted as 'cultural improvement'

I'll need to remember that the next time my doctor asks how much alcohol I drink in a week.

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So, I've got a black labrador who sadly turned diabetic 6 months ago and lost his vision 5 months ago, he has adapted frighteningly well. 

I just tried shining my phones torch into his eyes and his pupils were retracting when I did so. I wonder if he is fully blind or just 95% or some shit. Would that work with a fully blind human?Someone should try this, for science. 

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I feel it's time to admit something that I'm ashamed of.

When watching football on telly I prefer the fake crowd noises to the stadium sound.

I know this makes me a douchebag. I'm away to get a half-and-half Real Madrid & Barcelona scarf now.

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3 hours ago, GordonS said:

I feel it's time to admit something that I'm ashamed of.

When watching football on telly I prefer the fake crowd noises to the stadium sound.

I know this makes me a douchebag. I'm away to get a half-and-half Real Madrid & Barcelona scarf now.

Great timing, as I have an embarrassing confession. I just discovered one of those ridiculously long old man hairs sprouting from my earlobe, went to clip it off with a pair of nail scissors, and managed to sink the blades deep into my yielding flesh. So, apparently I have regressed by forty years and should no longer be trusted with anything other than safety scissors.

Also, was it @Hedgecutter who was worried about doing spontaneous daft things without meaning to a few pages back? When I was a teenager, I kept getting the feeling that I was going to skelp a passer-by without consciously thinking about it. It never actually happened, but a couple of times I had to divert my arm in motion, as it had started moving towards some poor b*****d without my permission. Genuinely worrying for a while.

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4 hours ago, BFTD said:

Also, was it @Hedgecutter who was worried about doing spontaneous daft things without meaning to a few pages back? When I was a teenager, I kept getting the feeling that I was going to skelp a passer-by without consciously thinking about it. It never actually happened, but a couple of times I had to divert my arm in motion, as it had started moving towards some poor b*****d without my permission. Genuinely worrying for a while.

Aye.  Had a feeling of wanting to do something stupid in a conference call just yesterday.  As fun as it would be, now is really not the time to be job hunting.

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After numerous years of just hiring cars when they were absolutely necessary and in general being a bus/bike w****r I have now entered the world of car ownership. 

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6 hours ago, BFTD said:

Great timing, as I have an embarrassing confession. I just discovered one of those ridiculously long old man hairs sprouting from my earlobe, went to clip it off with a pair of nail scissors, and managed to sink the blades deep into my yielding flesh. So, apparently I have regressed by forty years and should no longer be trusted with anything other than safety scissors.

Also, was it @Hedgecutter who was worried about doing spontaneous daft things without meaning to a few pages back? When I was a teenager, I kept getting the feeling that I was going to skelp a passer-by without consciously thinking about it. It never actually happened, but a couple of times I had to divert my arm in motion, as it had started moving towards some poor b*****d without my permission. Genuinely worrying for a while.

 

1 hour ago, Hedgecutter said:

Aye.  Had a feeling of wanting to do something stupid in a conference call just yesterday.  As fun as it would be, now is really not the time to be job hunting.

Rather worryingly I get this kind of urge when standing near the edge of something, like big sea cliffs. Not a big fan of the thought my brain is only partly committed to my ongoing survival.

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6 hours ago, BFTD said:

Also, was it @Hedgecutter who was worried about doing spontaneous daft things without meaning to a few pages back? When I was a teenager, I kept getting the feeling that I was going to skelp a passer-by without consciously thinking about it. It never actually happened, but a couple of times I had to divert my arm in motion, as it had started moving towards some poor b*****d without my permission. Genuinely worrying for a while.

Never got quite as far as my arm moving but one time I was standing in a bus queue behind a man with big sticky-out ears and was sorely tempted to flick one of them. 

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