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by Joan
3 days ago
Forum: General
Topic: Covid-19 Pandemic Thread
Replies: 842
Views: 55740

Re: Covid-19 Pandemic Thread

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I know it's not covid, but still
by Joan
6 days ago
Forum: Natter
Topic: This made me laugh.....
Replies: 345
Views: 61668

Re: This made me laugh.....

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by Joan
1 week ago
Forum: Natter
Topic: TV/Streaming shows
Replies: 319
Views: 51749

Re: TV/Streaming shows

PS. Missed or had forgotten the whole Monkey Tennis thing, but somehow remembered Youth Hostelling with Chris Eubanks. Loved the nostalgic 🤭
by Joan
1 week ago
Forum: Natter
Topic: TV/Streaming shows
Replies: 319
Views: 51749

Re: TV/Streaming shows

As there's precedent for including radio in this thread, I want to share that I am dismayed to discover that Radio 4 has commissioned a comedy quis show in which minor celebrities have to guess how old other celebrities are. I think it might be the lamest, most unfunny thing I"ve evef stumbled upon...
by Joan
1 week ago
Forum: Natter
Topic: This made me laugh.....
Replies: 345
Views: 61668

Re: This made me laugh.....

by Joan
3 weeks ago
Forum: Natter
Topic: TV/Streaming shows
Replies: 319
Views: 51749

Re: TV/Streaming shows

I've been recommended it, but I can't justify any more streaming services.
by Joan
1 month ago
Forum: General
Topic: Covid-19 Pandemic Thread
Replies: 842
Views: 55740

Re: Covid-19 Pandemic Thread

So which letters are 6s? F, obviously and L, R, and X. P and Z. And of course you can add, subtract, multiply and divide.

I wonder if there is any 6 letter word you couldn't force 666 out of.
by Joan
1 month ago
Forum: Natter
Topic: This made me laugh.....
Replies: 345
Views: 61668

Re: This made me laugh.....

by Joan
1 month ago
Forum: Natter
Topic: This made me laugh.....
Replies: 345
Views: 61668

Re: This made me laugh.....

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by Joan
2 months ago
Forum: Cycling
Topic: Your Ride Today
Replies: 186
Views: 40806

Re: Your Ride Today

On Saturday, I needed to go from Windsor to Heathrow (as you do) and I chose probably a bad route, around this roundabout. The M4 was partially closed in both directions, so the roundabout was basically drum tight, with cars and lorries immobile. I moved between them relatively easily, but not as ea...
by Joan
2 months ago
Forum: Cycling
Topic: So I seem to be suffering from a mild case PTSD
Replies: 12
Views: 1410

Re: So I seem to be suffering from a mild case PTSD

So, here's the thing. I am mostly over the PTSD. I am a little cautious of cars on my right at roundabouts (especially those who don't seem to be obviously braking), but that's not pathological, just a natural reaction to not have the repeat of the same collision. I am not paralysed with fear. My fi...
by Joan
2 months ago
Forum: Cycling
Topic: Your Ride Today
Replies: 186
Views: 40806

Re: Your Ride Today

Wow. Thats a really good recovery you have made. Any soreness today?
by Joan
2 months ago
Forum: Natter
Topic: Movies
Replies: 32
Views: 5249

In the Heights

Lively film, really enjoyed the singing and dancing. Featuring a diverse array of characters from ethnicities largely ignored in mainstream movies, and a pleasure seeing actors largely unknown to me (with notable exceptions like Jim Smits, Lin Manuel and Rosa from '99) with engaging stories. Strange...
by Joan
2 months ago
Forum: General
Topic: Covid-19 Pandemic Thread
Replies: 842
Views: 55740

Re: Covid-19 Pandemic Thread

Oh, I was in what-is-allowed-under-the-law mode. No. I would not let an unvaccinated child hang around with another unvaccinated person who was recently exposed to coronavirus. It's not safe. While of course teens generally brush off the infection, it's worth noting that of the 16 people in ICU in S...