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f**k me how often do you have your windows cleaned, must be almost daily,, I  got a good ideal I,m going to die one day can’t face that I,m going to kill myself instead to avoid it 🥴🥴

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4 minutes ago, Born Hunter said:

Dan Jarvis.... I mentioned him on here years ago. He's the sort of fella who could do the Tories serious damage imo if his party supported him fully. A Para veteran who did a spell in the special forces. An altogether better image in a time where 'politician' is a dirty word.

Yes, he had a distinguished military career, unusual for a Labour MP these days. He sounds a sensible sort of chap.

A career before politics unlike most politicians.

Cheers.

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Without trying to depress everyone else, 🤦‍♂️ Know when it gets you, is when you can’t even hug someone Who’s just lost a sister, husband,brother or son, it’s surreal Honestly,  as your first instinct is to give your dad a hug when he’s hurting And you’ve got to just stand there looking, it’s broke me, just be careful honestly I’m no politician or Dr or conspiracy theorist helmet type div, just a normal lad comes on here to look at dogs etc. But I’m seeing it first hand now, people dying it’s not nice, look after your vulnerable be extra careful with them just in case honestly,  gonna get my dogs out go walk it off, sad times just be careful, A-t

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11 minutes ago, maxhardcore said:

Here is another painful story Born.

My pal rang this morn to say his father in law who had asbestosis hung himself in his garden shed on Saturday .

Reason being he was afraid of going into hospital and contracting Covid and no family ect being able to visit ect or be there at the end .

 

But Munter will say it's a FB story 😫

I don't know the circumstances I'm just being devils advocate, but maybe the thought of eventually drowning in your own fluid in your lungs was a more frightening prospect, it's a terrible disease in its own right, but I guess they were aware of his fears, lots of tragic stories coming out. Sorry to hear it...

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When we gain our gratification from adding value to our area, our nation, our race and our history and start thinking that way then you will see positive change and a nicer society.

Until then, it’s “f**k you Jack” and we may as well accept it.......we are the result of the choices we make.

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19 minutes ago, chartpolski said:

Once again, I agree. 

Regions need and should get central government help on a case by case basis.

BUT, Dan Jarvis, Labour MP and mayor of Sheffield, has just accepted the package for South Yorkshire without the posturing, petulant, party politics of Burnhan.

Cheers.

Yeah fair enough mate. I’m just trying to look at it objectively as possible, as I’m not in favour of labour or Tory either way.

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18 minutes ago, maxhardcore said:

Here is another painful story Born.

My pal rang this morn to say his father in law who had asbestosis hung himself in his garden shed on Saturday .

Reason being he was afraid of going into hospital and contracting Covid and no family ect being able to visit ect or be there at the end .

 

But Munter will say it's a FB story 😫

Worse part is he then did exactly what he was so afraid of; he went without anyone knowing 

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1 minute ago, Accip74 said:

Yeah fair enough mate. I’m just trying to look at it objectively as possible, as I’m not in favour of labour or Tory either way.

I voted Labour all my life until I realised what a shithouse Blair was !

I voted for Boris, (rather than the Tory's), at the last election, for two reasons; 

1; he seemed the most likely to get Brexit done.

2; I couldn't bring myself to vote for a terrorist supporting, anti Semitic, Britain hating, communist old tramp.

I hold the vast majority of politicians of all parties in the same utter contempt.

Cheers.

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13 minutes ago, Accip74 said:

Yeah fair enough mate. I’m just trying to look at it objectively as possible, as I’m not in favour of labour or Tory either way.

Same here utter contempt for both political party's tbh.

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Just now, tatsblisters said:

Same here utter contempt for both political party's tbh.

Same mate, and I can add into the mix that I have utter contempt for most of my fellow people for keep voting for these c**ts.......it’s insanity ! 
The gaff is totally broken, has been getting more broken year on year and this virus is showing up all the cracks.......and yet, we keep asking for more, it’s nuts !

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28 minutes ago, maxhardcore said:

Here is another painful story Born.

My pal rang this morn to say his father in law who had asbestosis hung himself in his garden shed on Saturday .

Reason being he was afraid of going into hospital and contracting Covid and no family ect being able to visit ect or be there at the end .

 

But Munter will say it's a FB story 😫

That's awful mate, if I remember rightly I posted that in the middle of last month after hospital tests ,the doctors surgery contacted me to inform me that a doctor would shortly be ringing me, and yes he did, and informed me I had mitral stenosis , and what do you want me to do,  I panicked all sorts went through my mind and I told him forget it cos of my age, at the moment the only thing in life that keeps me going, is the fact I have a daughter who is a carer in the community so I help her out financially at the end of each month ,  This forum has been very good to me in the past in my hr of need, I whinged like buggery, and not one of you shot me down, so look I know none of you from adam, but I look upon you all as friends, and I sincerely wish you all the best,

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19 minutes ago, chartpolski said:

I voted Labour all my life until I realised what a shithouse Blair was !

I voted for Boris, (rather than the Tory's), at the last election, for two reasons; 

1; he seemed the most likely to get Brexit done.

2; I couldn't bring myself to vote for a terrorist supporting, anti Semitic, Britain hating, communist old tramp.

I hold the vast majority of politicians of all parties in the same utter contempt.

Cheers.

I voted labour one time when Blair first got in. I was only 23 at the time, but still remember like it was yesterday telling people I didn’t trust Blair. I voted for him anyway 😂

It seemed like the right thing to do at the time, but I guess that’s a familiar story for most people....

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10 minutes ago, WILF said:

Same mate, and I can add into the mix that I have utter contempt for most of my fellow people for keep voting for these c**ts.......it’s insanity ! 
The gaff is totally broken, has been getting more broken year on year and this virus is showing up all the cracks.......and yet, we keep asking for more, it’s nuts !

I have given up WILF as i know more i speak up and challenge people around me nothing is going to change its my grandkids i worry for.

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55 minutes ago, Greyman said:

f**k me how often do you have your windows cleaned, must be almost daily,, I  got a good ideal I,m going to die one day can’t face that I,m going to kill myself instead to avoid it 🥴🥴

Easy to take the piss over the net ain't it when it suits over someone's demise .

Dont cry when the favour is returned at some point in your life.

Karmas a Bitch as they say 👍

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45 minutes ago, South hams hunter said:

Worse part is he then did exactly what he was so afraid of; he went without anyone knowing 

At his own home in familiar surroundings on his terms.

Big difference to alone on a hospital ward with family 30 miles away .

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