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  1. So, all of you ladies would have been quite happy to have been in Cologne and other European cities at New Year.

    We see children and families on TV news but most of the immigrants are single young men.

    What do you expect to happen when many come from a different cultural background and have yet to learn our "rules" regarding respect to others?

  2. I've just looked at replying to the scam posting regarding a fantastic return on investment but can't see a  "reply" button on the posting. Any ideas anyone or do we have to wait for the dyslesic programmer to get back to us?

  3. I AM CURRENTLY TRYING TO MAKE FRIENDS OUTSIDE OF twitter and facebook  -

    WHILE STILL APPLYING THE SAME SOCIAL MEDIA PRINCIPLES.

    IT WORKS LIKE THIS: 

    EVERY DAY, I GO DOWN THE STREET AND TELL PASSERS-BY WHAT I HAD FOR

    BREAKFAST, HOW I FEEL, WHAT I HAVE DONE, WHERE I HAD DINNER THE NIGHT BEFORE,

    WHAT I WILL BE DOING TODAY, AND WHAT I THINK ABOUT ALMOST

    EVERYTHING.

     I GIVE THEM PICTURES OF MY FAMILY, MY DOG AND SELFIES OF ME DOING

    SOME GARDENING AND SPENDING TIME  IN THE LOCAL LIBRARY.

     I ALSO LISTEN TO THEIR CONVERSATIONS AND TELL THEM I LOVE

    THEM.

    AND IT WORKS:

     I ALREADY HAVE 3 PEOPLE FOLLOWING ME : 2 POLICE OFFICERS AND A

    PSYCHIATRIST.
  4. [quote user="Rabbie"]

    If  Scottish independence were to follow on from a British exit from the EU there might well be a strong desire from France and Germany to keep Scotland in the EU.

     

    [/quote]

    Do you have any source for this statement and on what basis do you assume an exit vote by the British electorate?

    According to the ONS (mid 2013) the population of Scotland is estimated at just over 5 million and the total for the UK as a whole is just over 64 million. The reason that there are so many MPs in Scotland reflects the fact that the population is so sparsely spread outside of the main conurbations.

    PR is traditionally brought up by minor parties who have elected MPs but then realise they have no voice in government.

  5. These "convoys" can often be seen in Spain. They are existing vehicles that have prototype modifications fitted by the vehicle manufacturer and are in the process of being "road tested".

    The hub caps and manufactures' badges are normally also removed so that the model is not easily identified. Often pressed cardboard body panels are also glued on to try to disguise the vehicle.

    The reason they drive fast, and also close together, is an attempt to replicate the driving conditionson of all the test vehicles. Simples.

     

  6. [quote user="Rabbie"]

     What did surprise me was the number of voters in England asking how they could vote SNP after the leadership debate.

    [/quote]

    Do you have a source for that statement Rabbie?

  7. [quote user="Patf"]

    I still regard England as home, especially the NE, and just hope the country doesn't sink further into the ethos that Cameron, Osborne et al have created.

    [/quote]

    As a traditional labour voter would you care to elaborate on this sentence because, at the moment, it just looks like another throw away line from the UK media.

  8. Excuse me for not noticing in the first place, but welcome to the forum.

  9. I did this about seven years ago for a Dethleffs.

    I didn't fancy completing the forms from DRIRE (as it was , I believe it's now another acronym).

    I got a French language CoC for the base vehicle (Fiat), I think from Fiat France and a CoC from Dethleffs France for the conversion.

    Sorry to be a bit hazy on the details but it was quite some time ago.

    Looking on the 'net the Rollerteam appears to be Italian but it was sold in France so you should be able to get a CoC.

    Best  of luck.

  10. [quote user="idun"]

    If you can get your wife covered at 100% that will ONLY cover that specific illness, eg, if she broke her leg, or say  got tonsillitis, then that would be covered as per anyone else.

    [/quote]

    Not strictly true. If your French GP classifies you as disabled and makes the appropriate  application to CPAM, then ALL your medical care (save for a few minor prescription charges and daily hospital costs (accomodation) are covered 100%.

  11. Did you not notice how quickly Kate Moss was dropped and then, just as quickly, but quietly, how quickly the advertisers slipped her back in?

  12. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-31828220

    How strange is that?

    Left leaning TV companies not playing by "impartiality rules".

    As has been said on another thread, when the Media start making the News rathed than reporting it, then there are some serious answers required regarding impartiality.

  13. Clocking and whiplash acting lessons should also be included to give a balanced view.

  14. This handbags at dawn over a few non-existant sandwiches is hilarious and exactly what the Clarkson machine thrives upon.....PUBLICITY!!

    For anyone in any doubt you should read his articles in the Sunday Times every week. Clarkson's equity involvement in the Top Gear brand ended in 2012 when he and the show's producer, Andy Wilman, sold their 50% holding to the BBC.

    It's already being rumoured that ITV are looking to make a 10 million pound offer and if that happens it's likely that SKy will top that.

    Clarkson's rates for after dinner speaking must be soaring already.

    Silly Aunty.

  15. Teapot

    Thanks for your helpful post on 04/03 16:38. I do not need any at the moment but I will source from a company that gives a five year guarantee/warranty and a 30 day money back/no hassle returns policy.

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