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I believe Miki lives in the Netherlands, which makes it a little tricky :)

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thank you so much everyone
yes, still in NL so no BBQ, though thank you for the offer of hugs!

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I believe Miki lives in the Netherlands, which makes it a little tricky :)

The Netherlands is flat so it means no hills until Germany. Makes it a little easier.

Just get the ferry to Newcastle and Grim… will bomb up the A1 to pick you up!

Also I hope things pick up for you soon, Miki. xxx

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I believe Miki lives in the Netherlands, which makes it a little tricky :)

Pfft. Excuses. ;)

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yes, still in NL so no BBQ, though thank you for the offer of hugs!

I think it's not helping that I'm so ridiculously tired

Tiredness makes everything a million times worse. I know it's hard, but look after yourself. Small bites to eat, sip at a drink and get the rest you need. Oh, and I'm sending the hugs anyway. :)

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My dad was diagnosed with prostate cancer about 6 years ago and it seems that it's finally getting the better of him.

He had been slowly losing the use of his legs as the cancer had attacked his spine a year or two ago and after a massive operation that involved metal plates and all manner of screws, he could barely walk. He'd been bed bound since around Christmas time and slowly getting worse.

He's currently in the living room at home in a hospital bed and it's shit seeing him like that but at least I've been able to visit him and chat. He hasn't moaned about all this at all and instead, has just got on with things.

The past few days has seen him take a turn for the worst and he hasn't eaten properly since Friday and hasn't managed much to drink. The Macmillan nurses are looking into moving him into a hospice so maybe this is the end? I don't know. I know that he doesn't want to live like this and who can blame him?

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Sorry to hear that, Vision. It's always tough.

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Mate. That sounds awful. I went through similar with my father in law, but he went much quicker. Cherish your time. Much love.


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Really sorry to hear this, mate. Make the most of the time. Love to you and your family.

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Sorry to hear this dude. Whatever happens, try and remember him as he was in the time before he took that turn for the worst.

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Went through something similar last summer with my mum's kid brother. He was only 59. I wish there was something I could say that would help but I know there really isn't. :luv:

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Jesus, TheVision, so sorry to hear about your dad. I hope you are your family are doing alright. You have my every sympathy. x


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I'm sorry to hear about this Vision. :( Thoughts are with you and your family. *Hugs* xx

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Dear Lloyds. It's a 1 bed flat, not Buckingham Palace !

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What is it insurance for? I mean, is it contents or building?


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What is it insurance for? I mean, is it contents or building?


Just contents. I rent.

I had a feeling they were taking the wee because I spoke to my ex and she says she used to pay about £15 a month on AA. But this? I can't afford that !

I thought when you paid up all year and don't claim it would go down, not bloody double ! my water rates piss me off too. £355 all told on a one bed flat. My mother pays less on a 3 bed house FFS.

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If its contents though isn't it predicated on the stuff you own rather than the size of the property? I'm guessing you own more high value items than your mum even though she's got a bigger house.


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Not that I'm saying that's still a fair charge or anything as I've no idea, just commenting on why there might be a disparity between you and your mum's costs here.


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If its contents though isn't it predicated on the stuff you own rather than the size of the property? I'm guessing you own more high value items than your mum even though she's got a bigger house.


I do have a bike on there worth a grand but that's it. I had one on there last year worth £800 but sold it. She did say when I changed the bikes it would go up, but I am not paying that. I will phone them tomorrow to see what I can do, and if they persist I will have to shop around. Security here is good. Three doors to get in. The only way you could really burgle the place is from behind (ooer) and even then you would have to climb three 10ft brick walls. Then you would have to get out again. There really is no way in through the front unless you climbed along the window ledge and then broke the window open without falling to your doom. there are no alley ways or breaks in the front of the entire block.

The Square footage of this place doesn't help. It is big I gotta admit. But, that is mainly due to the very high ceilings and large living room. Lots of space wasted tbh.

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Genuine question: did the insurance folk say that the size of the place impacted the cost of the policy? I've never heard of that, but I'm hardly well versed in this stuff so am just curious.

An increase of £200 in the worth of your bike shouldn't make that size of difference. Hell; I'm surprised it would make any difference as that's chicken feed in insurance terms.


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Genuine question: did the insurance folk say that the size of the place impacted the cost of the policy? I've never heard of that, but I'm hardly well versed in this stuff so am just curious.

An increase of £200 in the worth of your bike shouldn't make that size of difference. Hell; I'm surprised it would make any difference as that's chicken feed in insurance terms.


TBH I have a distinct feeling that me saying "I've never done this before so I don't know what I am doing" led to me being sold a policy that in all fairness I don't really need. Kinda like that time I phoned BT to ask a question, got sold a contract for broadband and then they called back an hour later saying I would have to pay an extra £250 because the salesman didn't realise my ex had put a hold on the line so I would need a whole new line. Thankfully my social worker stepped in, phoned them up and I ended paying nothing for two months.

Which was nice.

This is all new to me. I only started living alone last June. I suppose I will have to force myself to learn, but it's hard. It's all very scary to me tbh. I really hope MIND can sort out sheltered accommodation for me. There's just so much shit you need to know, and remember, when living alone.

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Also, it's definitely worth checking Compare the Market even if just to get ammunition for your conversation. I've just gone through it and it does ask question about the location so it might be something there that explains the jump.


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Just saw your last response there. Definitely go through the Compare the Market questions and see what it says as it doesn't require talking to anyone and should give you decent quotes so you know is where you stand.


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Also, it's definitely worth checking Compare the Market even if just to get ammunition for your conversation. I've just gone through it and it does ask question about the location so it might be something there that explains the jump.


Well I phoned back when I got my orange bike. TBH? I could have left it the same as they were both the same name (PK Ripper) but I thought no, I will be honest. Any way I asked if my policy would go down she says "No it will go up" I say "Eh? why?" she just says it is the way it works. Then she said "Maybe you are better off switching". I thought "WTF??" so I say "So you are prepared to lose my business?" she says "It's just how it works".

No wonder I get so fucking confused. I mean, BT told me I have to pay £48 a month. Then they tell me that if I don't switch at the end of the year it goes up to nearly £60.

Seriously? what the fuck is going on with the world. Fookin bonkers !

So of course I will switch, but you can't switch back to BT lol. Asshats.

Will try CTM tomorrow. I will let you know how it goes. Maybe I should get my care worker around here though, so I don't get confused half way through like last time. There was no option for "disabled" and if you said you were unemployed they refused to fucking sell you insurance. So I put "other".

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In all seriousness jc, if you have an iPhone check out the link I posted. No contract, very few questions, just pay for what you own and want insured every month. It might fit what you need?

Plus if you ever have a problem I expect I can get you to the front of the queue quite easily ;)


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In all seriousness jc, if you have an iPhone check out the link I posted. No contract, very few questions, just pay for what you own and want insured every month. It might fit what you need?

Plus if you ever have a problem I expect I can get you to the front of the queue quite easily ;)


Wait, it's a company that only sells home insurance to iPhone owners? What the fuck!?


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Bamba wrote:
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In all seriousness jc, if you have an iPhone check out the link I posted. No contract, very few questions, just pay for what you own and want insured every month. It might fit what you need?

Plus if you ever have a problem I expect I can get you to the front of the queue quite easily ;)


Wait, it's a company that only sells home insurance to iPhone owners? What the fuck!?


Other ways to buy are "coming soon"


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In all seriousness jc, if you have an iPhone check out the link I posted. No contract, very few questions, just pay for what you own and want insured every month. It might fit what you need?

Plus if you ever have a problem I expect I can get you to the front of the queue quite easily ;)


Wait, it's a company that only sells home insurance to iPhone owners? What the fuck!?


Other ways to buy are "coming soon"


I'm not sure I'd trust a company that made such hilariously awful business decisions. "Shall we start with a good website that literally anyone can access and do specific apps after that? Nah, let's leave potentially shitloads of money on the table by only catering to a single device by a single manufacturer!" Genius.


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Hmmm, unless it's a way to artificially restrict the number of customers they can get while their business matures. Which would work in the short term, but seems like a really bad idea in terms of frustrating people away and stifling the business in the long terms.


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I'm not sure I'd trust a company that made such hilariously awful business decisions. "Shall we start with a good website that literally anyone can access and do specific apps after that? Nah, let's leave potentially shitloads of money on the table by only catering to a single device by a single manufacturer!" Genius.


That's certainly an opinion :) there are good reasons why that wouldn't have been the right way to go though.


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Yup, that's a bull quote.

A price comparison site would give a better quote, as they're rather having to compete with one another there, but not so much here.


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my house insurance is less than that


Yup, my mother owns a 3 bed house and it's less than that and she has accidental cover on everything because of her arthritis.

I went on Compare The Market and chose Legal and General. It wasn't the cheapest (that was £100 a year) but it was half the price I am paying now (£13 odd a month as opposed to £25). So I listed the bike I take out of the property and was happy enough with that. Will phone Lloyds in the morning and tell them to do one. They also had an option for disabled, so I didn't have to lie. Oh, and I was honest about the bike that got pinched a couple of years back too.

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I'm not sure I'd trust a company that made such hilariously awful business decisions. "Shall we start with a good website that literally anyone can access and do specific apps after that? Nah, let's leave potentially shitloads of money on the table by only catering to a single device by a single manufacturer!" Genius.


That's certainly an opinion :) there are good reasons why that wouldn't have been the right way to go though.


Given the company only started last year, I suppose we'll see how good those reasons are. :p


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Yup, my mother owns a 3 bed house and it's less than that and she has accidental cover on everything because of her arthritis.

I went on Compare The Market and chose Legal and General. It wasn't the cheapest (that was £100 a year) but it was half the price I am paying now (£13 odd a month as opposed to £25). So I listed the bike I take out of the property and was happy enough with that. Will phone Lloyds in the morning and tell them to do one. They also had an option for disabled, so I didn't have to lie. Oh, and I was honest about the bike that got pinched a couple of years back too.


Was the bike stolen form where you live now?

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Was the bike stolen form where you live now?


Yeah. The dude upstairs got into a drunken fight with his mate and all hell broke loose. The police came around, kicked in his door and took him off in a meat wagon. Only thing is they left the outer door open and it was like 4 in the morning so I didn't get out of bed to check. Bike was locked, but not locked to anything. I asked the landlady about it after she says no, then the bloke in the top flat fixes a lock to the wall and puts two honking great bikes worth about 50p there.

Mind you, after the lucky escape I don't think I would leave another one there locked to the wall or not (insurance company initially refused, but I think when I broke down crying they changed their mind).

I'm a bit attached to my bikes. They are the only thing that gets me out of this prison, and the only reason I leave the house. Plus of course I love them to bits too. So aye I was pretty devastated.

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:?: :?: :?:


How does it compare to Assassin's Creed kov?


What are you on about?

Oh the Assassins creed post you made, the resurrected 1 year later, and I replied to the original post, as I had not seen the date... gotcha. This still a joke?

if so.... ha ha ha

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Just read the PC hardware thread... get you now

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Thanks for your kind words today everyone. I spent most of the day at my mom and dads today while they waited for an assessor to a local hospice to come out. She did and went through a load of questions but it looks like there's a room available for him.

She's calling back in the morning to put the wheels in motion so it looks like he could be in there by tomorrow evening.

He is a little anxious but has a sense of relief. He doesn't want to be 'here' anymore. Understandably so after everything that's happened to him.


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You are using the 'Ted' forum. Bill doesn't really exist any more. Bogus!
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RIP, Owen.

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