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  2. Congratulations Michael. Here are my three 1. Couple walking through a lime tree tunnel outside Christchurch Priory UK 2. Two guys walking on Avon Beach in winter, Christchurch UK 3. Silhouette of two people walking on the shingle spit from Hurst Castle to Keyhaven UK
  3. Let's tip our hats to the British woman who gave her life on the remote island of Tonga to try to save her dogs. Risking your life to save lesser creatures is a noble deed.
  4. Guardian Online https://www.theguardian.com/society/2022/jan/17/nhs-doctors-tired-impairment-sleep-deprived-survey Montgomery Martin https://www.theguardian.com/society/2022/jan/17/sleep-deprived-nhs-doctors-realised-my-error-when-patient-collapsed Jes2ufoto https://www.theguardian.com/books/booksblog/2022/jan/17/poem-of-the-week-the-garden-by-nicholas-grimald NomisH
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  6. We're not going to be able to pay for much gas of either kind with that 😞
  7. I've also had a couple today at that price - the first time I've had sales below a dollar gross. This month is very slow for me so far 🙁.
  8. It's on top of the main page on the right hand side saying Lightboxes I haven't done it myself but there may be helpful threads on the form already or on YouTube on how to create one
  9. I'll definitely be investing in one of those rear window stickers!!
  10. Licenced this pic today - of a patient getting a combined colonoscopy and oil change - for the sort of price that elicits nothing but a sigh of frustration… 🙁
  11. Difficult to decide before the show is even transmitted, and to be fair to you you did say rate rather than number of deaths, but an increase in the fatality rate (fatalities per mile driven) could surely be due simply to a reduction in short journeys in the pandemic. Rate is an arithmetical calculation- it may have nothing to do with the reduced number of journeys. Without seeing the evidence on accident causes and so on, how can you draw conclusions?
  12. BBC web news, relating to a Panorama program. Can't find the original now but I assume referring to this programme.
  13. 17/01/2022, Guardian, p15, people boarding tube, 2HFEPR2, Guy Bell [via Live News] 17/01/2022, Guardian, p25, 'Rue Saint-Honoré in the Afternoon. Effect of Rain' by Pissarro, E0E8G4, Peter Horree 17/01/2022, Guardian, p36, Cathay Pacific 'plane at Hong Kong airport, 2ANWBXW, Michael Wels
  14. They are useful. I fitted front and rear dash cams some years ago. Sometimes when another driver is tailgating me they seem to see the rear dash cam in a few seconds and drop back to a more reasonable distance. Still get the odd one like a couple of days ago who stuck to my tail for a couple of miles. He was either not very observant or just plain stupid. He/she was in a vehicle and maybe could not see the dash cam. I have an estate car and the dash cam is, of necessity, fitted to the top edge of the opening. Allan
  15. Hi Mick, After checking disc usage I was surprised to find I only need 4 TB drive as there is still a lot of space on the disc. Two G-Tech drives ordered (One for backup) from Jigsaw. Should arrive in next couple of days. Sorry to have jumped in on your thread Paulette. Allan
  16. There is a 20 mph speed limit at a school in our town centre. Had an idiot two feet off my tail flashing his headlights and blasting his horn. He decided to pass me and in doing so went the wrong side of a traffic island and keep left bollard. I followed him and he was doing the same thing to another car in front. I followed further and he twigged I was doing so and he then started ducking down side roads in an attempt to shake me off. I could tell he was getting rattled. He eventually ran down a cul-de-sac. I left him to it. Since then I have decided to get front and rear dash cams fitte
  17. Trouble is it is not the Alamy we used to know when it was a small fry in a large pond. Also there are new heads at the top table now with what appears to be different ideas and agenda. Allan
  18. That's odd because the government figures show a very small reduction on 2020 and a reduction of 22% from the 2017-19 average. https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/reported-road-casualties-in-great-britain-provisional-estimates-year-ending-june-2021/reported-road-casualties-in-great-britain-provisional-estimates-year-ending-june-2021 Perhaps it would be helpful to include sources when making this sort of comment, particularly when drawing conclusions.
  19. https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20220113-why-indias-fossil-wealth-has-remained-hidden 2G26YWM Stocktrek Images, Inc. PD4NBA Biswarup Ganguly D4TB5G Stocktrek Images, Inc. F3GAN3 Dinodia Photos +2 more that I can't find on Alamy
  20. That is the crux of the problem. Unfortunately it is not going away and it is forever changing. Despite the putative mildness (whatever that actually means) of the Omicron variant, hospitalisations in the UK are at their highest level in a year and those working in frontline health care are telling a very different story to those propagating the notion that the pandemic is almost over. Anyway this may be of interest to those who are still finding it difficult to get lateral flow test kits locally. I ordered lateral flow tests yesterday morning on the Gov.UK website and they have ju
  21. https://www.theguardian.com/money/2022/jan/17/can-i-get-a-loan-to-renovate-a-cottage-in-my-parents-garden JJ Walters https://www.theguardian.com/society/2022/jan/17/millions-in-uk-drinking-harmful-levels-of-alcohol-at-home-experts-warn Sean Prior https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2022/jan/17/revealed-many-common-omega-3-fish-oil-supplements-are-rancid Mstock RSBPhoto https://www.theguardian.com/business/2022/jan/17/unilever-health-and-beauty-business-gsk-ftse-100-bid PSL Images https://www.theguardian.com/culture/20
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