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Old 05-20-2017, 02:02 AM   #11091
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Of course.

I just meant that the place didn't get trashed and no-one got physically hurt. In my first burglary they broke loads of stuff just for the hell of it and tried to hurt my cat. She certainly had a broken rib.
Remember when it "Got Loud"??
I am currently in the process of explaining to the courts why I felt it necessary to "chastise" someone for senselessly beating a dog with a shovel.
They no longer own a shovel.
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Old 05-20-2017, 07:25 AM   #11092
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I can't speak about my credit card regarding the national debt, but as far as my credit card payments go, when I receive my monthly statement I always pay the entire balance in full. Whether it be my credit card or any of my other monthly bills the check is in the mail the following day. It bothers the piss out of me having bills of any kind looming over my head, or knowing that I owe anyone money!

I use my credit card mostly for purchases made by phone, mail, or the internet (preferably via Pay Pal). When making purchases locally/in person I will always try to pay in cash and very rarely use my credit card.
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That's true for me too. I only use credit cards when I want to make a purchase online or for something in a store that is more than 100 dollars, otherwise I use cash. Also I pay bills a few days after I get them, otherwise they tend to build up and I might forget about them.
We must remember that politicians are spending other people's money. (ours, our children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.) It is sort of like turning a prostitute loose with your stolen credit card.
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Old 05-20-2017, 08:28 AM   #11093
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What annoyed Me today: I went to the doctors with My leg,Well both of them obviously,My usual nurse thought that I had a nasty infection,No not kind but and it's big but,I might just might have a Deep Vein Thrombosis.So a doctor needs to take a look and how many doctors were there ? That's right None,Zero, Bupkiss.The whole staff of the surgery comprised two nurses-and four receptionists.So I had to make an appointment for three hours later at the Health Centre,Got there 20 minutes early,Ended up waiting 45..Just for the Doctor to say that looks an infection and Gave Me some more antibiotics and some serious painkillers,You can't take the painkillers with booze so.Suffice to say I haven't taken any...
I hear in some places in the UK it takes a month to see a GP , here in Scotland its 1 week
this is a worrying story buried by most of the media
https://www.shropshirestar.com/news/...0uvKWoTIMAA.01
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Old 05-20-2017, 01:02 PM   #11094
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Annoying

Ever had your place broken into
Yes, just once.

And get this, it happened at CHRISTMAS!

I think it was either Christmas 93 or 94. That year my family went away to visit my uncle on the Isle of Wight for the week.

In all fairness it was a nice Christmas we had that year with them.

When we got back we went through the front-and immediately sensed something was wrong.
It was when we went into the living room that we noticed some things had been moved.
And then we noticed that the TV was missing, and the VCR had moved onto the floor.
And also one of the living room windows (there were two windows in our living room, one to the front of the house and the other to the rear) was partially boarded up (the rear one).

I can't remember what happened next, whether my father phoned the police or we found a note from them, but from what I could understand someone else (probably a neighbor) had seen someone lurking outside the house and called the police.
According to them, they reckon that it must of happened not long after we'd left.
They entered the back garden, smashed the (rear) living room window and made of with the TV.

Which begs the question that even to this day we still wonder: Were they actually waiting for us to leave before moving in?

Even now we still don't know for sure.

The police had already been there and assessed the place (one thing I can remember is seeing that the VCR had a slight silvery sheen to it, where they had obviously dusted it for fingerprints).

Fortunately for us, the only thing they took was TV-has far as we could tell, nothing else had been touched.

Also, from what I could understand, they decided not to contact us at the time because they didn't want it to spoil our Christmas holiday with my uncle. They secured the house and waited until we returned home.

There's one final twist to this tale:

Back in the early 90's my mother use to run a children's playgroup at our church hall weekdays, and during that time I remember my parents saying that she had (unintentionally) been dragged into case with the social services.
I think what it was was at the time one of the children had distinct marks on their bodies and was emotionally withdrawn whenever their parent showed up.
This, understandably, concerned my mother and her child-minders, who were worried there might be some kind of physical abuse going on.
Eventually she received a letter from the council saying that this case of child abuse had made it all the way to court, and has the head of the playgroup that child attended she was ordered to appear in court to give a witness statement, evidence, etc

And she did. It was during a school day, so me and my brothers were at school (but I think my father took the day off for that). She stood in court and gave a statement.

But the thing she NEVER really talked to us about it, or what happened afterwards with regards to the verdict, etc
I still don't know exactly what the outcome was that day, but what I think happened afterwards was that family removed that child from my mother's playgroup and (apparently) were never heard of again.

Even to this day we still wonder if it was that family that had done it, just to get back at my mother and her co-workers being involved in the social services.
After about 23 years it's unlikely we'll EVER know who it was or why, but we still have our suspicions. We could never bring prosecution against them because we had no proof or evidence.

It's still a mystery to this day.

That was certainly one memorable Christmas for sure.
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Old 05-20-2017, 03:40 PM   #11095
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Remember when it "Got Loud"??
I am currently in the process of explaining to the courts why I felt it necessary to "chastise" someone for senselessly beating a dog with a shovel.
They no longer own a shovel.
I say good for you.

I'd have done the same - as you will know from previous posts I abhor any mistreatment of animals.

In my defence I would say that I believe abusing animals is only a step away from abusing a child or vulnerable adult - and in my view should attract equal sentencing. I'd be happy to let the court know that I had no remorse for what I had done in the circumstances.
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(1) "Strong and Stable"

(2) Ronald McDonald in EA Sports UFC 2:



(3) Recently having my credit card details skimmed. I got my money back (nearly 400), and since then I've kept my cards in Credit Card Protectors:

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Old 05-20-2017, 04:58 PM   #11097
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Fashion in general.Stupid. What's ok now will be has been tomorrow and reverse is true.
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Another really annoying thing that I absolutely hate, but understand it is difficult to control or rectify, is the presence of stinkbugs in the Tri-State area [Ohio/Kentucky/Indiana]...

They have no known predators, and not only make noise when they fly, they secrete an obnoxious scent when handled, or worse if squished. The worst thing that ever happened was my father making a fire in his fireplace on the basement level, and suddenly hundreds or thousands of them fell out of the chimney and started burning in the fire. It gives a new meaning to the term "firebug"... )
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I say good for you.

I'd have done the same - as you will know from previous posts I abhor any mistreatment of animals.

In my defence I would say that I believe abusing animals is only a step away from abusing a child or vulnerable adult - and in my view should attract equal sentencing. I'd be happy to let the court know that I had no remorse for what I had done in the circumstances.
The Coppers are my witnesses and I now have a new shovel.
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