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  1. . It's a MacGuffin! In fiction, a MacGuffin is an object, device, or event that is necessary to the plot and the motivation of the characters, but insignificant, unimportant, or irrelevant in itself. The term was originated by Angus MacPhail for film, adopted by Alfred Hitchcock, and later extended to a similar device in other fiction. The MacGuffin technique is common in films, especially thrillers. Usually, the MacGuffin is revealed in the first act, and thereafter declines in importance. It can reappear at the climax of the story but may actually be forgotten by the end of
  2. . But I'm rich and I don't even LIKE Manhattan! Should I get a pad now?
  3. Nope. Plastic contamination of a bad product is all it is. The plastic moves because of static electricity. As non issue other than masks are shit.
  4. Sad for them, but the real question is do you want to keep your kids there after they did this to themselves?
  5. Also it was seven k. Not seventy k! https://www.covidtruths.co.uk/2021/01/first-face-mask-discrimination-case-nets-7000/
  6. My magic words are "I don't wear one!". After that it's discrimination and an attack. I will NOT wear a badge explaining ANYTHING! Why should I? Why should I wear a "Sunflower" symbol? FFS the Sunflower's name is in reverence for the SUN! The SUN is a star! The last time a star was used to denote a situation had six points, was yellow and was embellished on the lapels of those of the Jewish religion. If folk can't see the connection then there is zero hope for them. Not only that...I don't WANT to wear one.
  7. The police are reliying on ones ignorance of the law. The police have ZERO authority to make you tell them your bussiness. If it were me and I later recived a fine in the post, I would find out who issued it to me and call them out on it by finding out where they lived and serve them notice. Also, I am aware of no such restriction or law stating distance from the dogs home..
  8. It's eaten as a treat or a necessity. Give them a chicken vindaloo and see their diet revert to fresh veg and or meat from the bone.
  9. Hi. In simple terms; Your company has a contract with you. To change the contract it has to have your agreement OR they sack you OR it goes through unions. IF they sack you the unions become involved or your solicitor. Both use laws to make your boss understand that you have rights via contract and UK law. It mostly NEVER comes to that though, as most situations are dealt with via a sit-down. You need to write or email back ANYTIME you disagree or it's taken that you agree. One thing about being a woman is that ones nether regions be
  10. While over a hundred years, if averaged out, it will show favouritly, if one looks at the year by year, one can see it can fluctuate often. I understand we are on a downward trend.
  11. Might I ask if you got one with the tall canisters that slot in? One can buy boxes of 24 or just four etc? Because they do not last long at all. They burn great but not for long, and some will Peter-out on a low burn rather than just end like a good canister. Try one of you are able. If you don't want to waste using one then I am assuming it's for 'just in case' and in which case you DEFINITELY need to test it. Cheers.
  12. The law is simple. You are the Tennant and have a say in ALL amendments to the deed or agreement. They can NOT kick you out. Leave the phone number here to the company if it's in the UK (no info of yourself please) and I will ask a general question for you and us here about mandatory installation. I'll record it too. Let me put it another way. If you wanted them to remove the present meter because you don't require leccy anymore, they would have to. They would cap it off and Bob's your uncle. If you wanted them to just cut you off, the even the presence of the me
  13. I've seen one application from some guy wanting to change his name from Andrew to Peter! Not much of a change but he also wants to keep his title! Prince Peter might be ok to hide under though!
  14. That's ok. I don't mind much. I get it all the time. That's why I said "fair do" ! The typed word can be misconstrued in many ways and my ranting is testimony to that.
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