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  2. green lurchers

    He’s very angry

    Ahh look him in the eye stroke his forehead and tell him it’s all going to be ok it’s just that you will have to go a work just like I have for 40 yrs lol you fkn liberal luvvie
  3. king

    Money

    Hes been lucky then having a long run of work like that. Si brown.totally agree with you if you are keen there's money to be earned.the forks are flat out Aswell. I've had a fork ticket for years was handy to jump on the sites through winter when the muck shift slowed down.
  4. green lurchers

    He’s very angry

    Brexit youth: 'I am angry and the future scares me' Not many students at Coventry City College voted for Brexit - the vast majority weren't old enough. But two years on, the views of 18- and 19-year-olds in this strongly pro-Leave area are pretty striking. When asked how they feel about the vote to leave the EU, there's one overriding emotion: anger - at the fact nobody asked them what they thought. It's not that they have not been heard, says Jeevan, 18, it's that they have not been allowed to speak. "It's annoying," says 19-year-old catering student Morgan, "that the people who voted for this aren't going to be dealing with the fallout for as long as us." 'Decided for us' Gemma, also 19 and studying catering, says: "I feel annoyed because it's about the jobs really. "And it's going to be harder because of everything that's happening." Her friend Zoe, who wants to open a bakery, thinks her dream will be harder to realise as a result of Brexit. Johnny, who travelled to Europe for two weeks as part of his course, says: "I feel anger that other people aren't going to get the opportunity that we have had." Daniel, 17, says he originally supported Leave but now he's not so sure. Of the adults who backed Brexit, he says: "If they want their children to lose out like that then that's on them." Johnny says: "We don't really have a say in anything right now - will we have a say in the future? "Our future was decided for us basically." There is also a sense among these particular students that opportunities will be more limited than they have been. Coventry already has the highest proportion of learners in further education that are from the most deprived background. Everyday racism Ayanda, 18, who is studying health and social care, wanted to travel the world working as a midwife and gaining experience along the way. She says: "I wanted to start out in Australia - that's OK. But then I wanted to go to countries in the EU but I think Brexit means it will be more difficult to go and get a job there." She then planned to come back to England to work, but says she would start a family somewhere else. She agrees with the others that immigration was a big driver of the vote. "I felt like the 50% that voted for Brexit didn't want immigrants here. Most of it is to do with racism," she says. "I experience racism on a daily basis - it's less than it was but it's still there. "This is my country but I feel like the people who voted for Brexit wanted to get the migrants out of Britain." And later she admits to being very scared about the future. 'Taking our jobs' Jo Gaffney, a youth worker at the college, says she has seen racism raise its ugly head since the vote. "In Coventry there's a lot of young people joining far-right groups," she says. "We do a lot of work around that. "What we saw was at the time of the vote was that some of these views were legitimised. "A lot of people could suddenly say things that they had kept to themselves for ages. "Now people think it's OK to hate migrants. "You could hear it from the way young people were talking." She adds: "I hear things now that I haven't heard since the 1980s." Johnny, who came from Latvia with his parents when he was aged 11, says: "When people say all that about, 'They're coming here and taking our jobs,' the thing is that these jobs were there beforehand anyway - people just hadn't applied for them. "The jobs were there to be taken." Jake, 17, who is the one person in the group who has a more positive attitude towards Brexit, says: "I've grown up in Coventry, which is a multicultural city. "We are the ['UK] City of Culture 2021 - we wouldn't have been given it without immigration. "I have gone to multicultural schools all my life. My best friends are from different ethnicities. "I am not scared because I've been in a multicultural city my whole life." Future fear But he can understand why someone living in a different area might be frightened if they suddenly had a lot of new people moving in. Morgan says that he would have voted Leave in the referendum, because of "the propaganda out there" - but he has changed his mind. "I really, really wish people would have voted Remain," he says. "The future scares me. "Nobody has told me how it's going to affect me. "No-one has told me how it's going to affect my college life, my career later on in life. "It's my future that's going to be affected."
  5. It's the game thats changed, not the various crosses ability.... One of the qualities of both collie an beddy crosses is that they 'fit in'. No one bats an eye on the type because they are popular pets.... Edited to add... If your serious about your game, you'll run whatever cross gets the job done... End of...
  6. green lurchers

    He’s very angry

    I know he’s never done a days work I know he’s a sucked out maggot that hasn’t got a days work in him but he’s very angry about Brexit Ahh bless his cotton socks lol
  7. dytkos

    Money

    Father in law did same with krugerands Cheers, D.
  8. Barrie

    Old nuttall stock

    Damn.... what a handsome dog he was too
  9. si brown

    Money

    ive been a subby for about 25 year and its the best ive ever known it but when it goes sh1t its proper sh1t. was working in Sheffield when the crash happened the prices dropped by about 60% over night so I fecked building off for a few years and worked in a print works! when your a subby you chase the money no matter what your trade is... I know I did and worked all over the spot
  10. Albino kits available free to good lads. Come from proven workers. Cheers
  11. Kerny92

    Money

    Tbh he's never really had a bad year in over 13 years doing the job, obviously some years have been quieter than others but he's always earned good money. He's loving it now 20 minutes away from home and in the house for 4:30. That's not taking into account the private jobs on a weekend.
  12. ginger beard

    Money

    If it stays there for 6 months.i don't gave to osy tax or something.? i could probably get a 6 month or longer contract.
  13. Gtbaker369

    Band life

    I found somewhere that sells Orange 1, 0.8, and 0.7ish. And also .8 red n white. Just wondered what thoughts were on which to use for targets, hunting or both etc? Cheers
  14. dytkos

    What you listening to at the moment.

    Cheers, D.
  15. king

    Money

    Yea good money to be earned on the trowel.there's houses going up everywhere.2008 onwards though the work dried up a lot for the lads on the tools so nice to see them having plenty of work and earning good coin. £20+ an hr the more hours the better I think.
  16. Kerny92

    Old nuttall stock

    Digger was the name of my first Patterdale out of Rocky. He was a good dog that deserved more work than he got, as game as they come though.
  17. I don’t know about your theory mate each of the bloods you said no need for offer some good things to traditional Lurcher mixes as a good mix An match bred Lurcher for hunting an produce some good rabbit dogs there’s always going to be bandits in the running dog game that bend the rules/law to suit there needs I take me hat of to them An say fair play to them.
  18. Kerny92

    Money

    Fcuk the Halal meat loving cnuts. Don't fund terrorism pal.
  19. WILF

    Money

    Get an account out there and leave it in Norway for 3 more months ?
  20. green lurchers

    World Cup 2018

    And the eu and Corbyn
  21. Phill-W68

    Another couple of hours before dark

    I have zeroed the bsa at 30yds with the mtc viper connect on 10x mag, 34yds is 1mildot holdover and 39yds is 2mildot holdover or as close as can be, I wouldnt take a shot past 40yds as I hav,nt done any testing further than that, and 25yds is 1mildot hold under, now because of the loopy trajectory I try my hardest to get the quarry to the exact distance as my aim points... Rather than guessing aim points between those specific ranges... If that makes sense
  22. si brown

    Mackeral

    been a few years since I fished Filey front for bass... you could get a fair few from round the pool but plate fillers were few and far between so nearly everything went back!
  23. ginger beard

    Money

    For me a bring home £1100 a week in norway i'm thinking 50 hours monday to friday. i lad i know works for the pakis during ranadam earns £300/day for 30 days.if you can get the france job it's even more.
  24. downsouth

    Old nuttall stock

    The very first black terriers i witnessed would have been around 88 when i was 13/14 years old.A few of the older lads on my estate had them and they were little smooth bull headed black or red things and were out of a poweful black bully dog from the next town called Digger.Some were by Digger to various crossbred bitches and the nicer ones were Digger to his own daughters and the lads all called them Nuttals.Years later a couple of the lads who i became mates with told me Digger was out of a black bitch that a lad called Nat had from Brian to a rough coated wheaton coloured dog called Moley that i can just about remember seeing at the hunt shows as a kid when i first started getting interested in terriers.A few years back i met the fella who owned Moley and it turned out he was a son of WW's Kipper.All these rough young 17/18year old lads on a council estate had these dogs without actually realising what they had.Like i said i went on to become good friends with a couple of the lads and one of them my pal Ant had a 3/4 Digger son a little 12"proper bully thing he called Duke and he said he remembers the other lads telling him he needed to worm it and feed it more because whenever it went to ground they'd dig it with a half eaten fox.My other pal had a brother to Duke which got killed by his dads lurchers but he said he remembers trying to break it to ferrets when it was 12 weeks old and giving up after it finished smashing the 3rd ferret to bits.A few of them lads have gone on to have a few decent terriers over the years but all still say to this day theyve never had anything as hard as them little dogs.
  25. Stavross

    A walk round the shoot

    Well I’m back at home having a brew and the mug says it all, got myself set up where I thought they’d come up the tree line into the opening after 20 mins or so the bloody thing came into the edge of the field about 10 yards from me, winded me in a second and was off back into the woodland, wish I had the shotgun
  26. Rabbit Hunter

    Old nuttall stock

    Is that the dog mentioned by K Powers in Broadhurst's book?
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