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Yeah, I think the spire collapsed about quarter of an hour ago :(

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I saw earlier that the police said it was accidental, caused by some renovation work being carried out.

My heart goes out to the person(s) who was/were working the job where it started. I guess all it takes is a spark, but I can’t imagine being the person who was wielding whatever caused the rogue spark, or surge of electricity, or was using some piece of equipment.

I genuinely don’t know how I’d get through coming to terms with it.

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Man, you can't even avoid that idiots stupidity in a story entirely unrelated to him.


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I genuinely don’t know how I’d get through coming to terms with it.


Quick! Emergency Lord Clark! ;)

Seriously, yes it is tragic. Yes, nobody's died but it's still something that's been there for a very a long time and is the kind of place we all think will long outlast us all.

At the back of my mind is the thought that the Palace of Westminister is seriously at risk and that's a far more modern building than Notredame!


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Man, you can't even avoid that idiots stupidity in a story entirely unrelated to him.


I thought that was a little harsh on President Macron, then carried on scrolling and realised my mistake.


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At the back of my mind is the thought that the Palace of Westminister is seriously at risk and that's a far more modern building than Notredame!


You don't have to try hard to imagine the celebration there would be from a significant chunk of the population if that happened.


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Man, you can't even avoid that idiots stupidity in a story entirely unrelated to him.

Was expecting to scroll down and see a tweet by Villain of Dignity

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Deeply sad to see the destruction of Notre-Dame. I hope they can save the masonry structure. I felt jolly upset by the destruction of the beautiful Mackintosh Arts Building in Glasgow, a fire I suspected for a while connected to developer's arson. The old architecture of Paris has survived many a war, including occupation and air-raids.

I hope they got the art out okay, and no one was hurt. But man, this is sad.

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I’ve seen in a couple of places that the removable art and artefacts were removed.

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https://6abc.com/5252325/

This seems relevant after the last post yourself escapade.


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https://6abc.com/5252325/

This seems relevant after the last post yourself escapade.

Pfffff, with or without beards, men are worse than dogs.


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https://6abc.com/5252325/

This seems relevant after the last post yourself escapade.

If you think beards are bad, I've got some distressing news for you about the human mouth.

An ex of mine did microbiology at university. For her dissertation, she had the idea of testing the antimicrobial properties of toothpastes by the following procedure: use the brand for a week or two, take a gum swab, and cultivate it on Petri dishes. Take measurements of the microbe growth and use that to infer the microbe density in her mouth. She wasn't allowed to do this because, as the nice professor explained, the bacteria found in the mouth are so nasty that if allowed to grow to non-trivial populations you'd have to work in a biosafety level 3 lab and the university only had BSL-2 facilities [1]. For context, there are only four levels of BSL; BSL-4 is for stuff like ebola and smallpox.

This is also why hospitals treating people for bites get terribly excited and shoot the victim up with all manner of potent antibiotics.

[1] Possibly it had more but the undergrads weren't allowed in there.


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 Post subject: Re: Bits and Bobs 50
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https://6abc.com/5252325/

This seems relevant after the last post yourself escapade.


This concern is also discusse in Dahl, R, 'The Twits'.


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 Post subject: Re: Bits and Bobs 50
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Wasn't sure if this should go in the car or the models thread...

So it's here:

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Nipped in Ikea for plates.

Narrator says ‘He did not just leave with plates!!’

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Nipped in Ikea for plates.

Narrator says ‘He did not just leave with plates!!’


Random kitchen utensil, candle, picture, cushion.


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Nipped in Ikea for plates.

Narrator says ‘He did not just leave with plates!!’


Random kitchen utensil, candle, picture, cushion.


Picture frame, to mount my sons rugby shirt in, mason jars, and a few storage boxes, plates......etc

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KovacsC wrote:
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Nipped in Ikea for plates.

Narrator says ‘He did not just leave with plates!!’


Random kitchen utensil, candle, picture, cushion.


Picture frame, to mount my sons rugby shirt in, mason jars, and a few storage boxes, plates......etc

I keep coming out with plants and plant pots. Especially hydrangeas this month. I’ve bought four. It’s problematic living this close to one.

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Watching the football with The Boy. Had to correct his pronunciation of Arsenal from arse-anal :D


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What's everyone up to on the long weekend, assuming you aren't at work of course?


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 Post subject: Re: Bits and Bobs 50
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Bit of work, watching TV, going out for lunch, playing video games, finishing my jacket, eating junk food, praying to satan.

Standard weekend really, just a bit longer.


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@Grim... the Brave browser has implemented some kind of tipping feature for websites and they've given me some free money (~8 dollars) you're welcome to for the server fund, but you need to sign up to receive stuff before I can send it so not sure if you care enough? I believe there are a good few others here using Brave though so if everyone does the same it might become almost a real amount of cash.

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What's everyone up to on the long weekend, assuming you aren't at work of course?

Making bagels, sourdough, pastrami, salt beef, smoked leg of lamb, grilled burgers/corn/mushrooms, bread and butter pudding, French toast with bacon, baked apple pancake. Walking the dog in Epping Forest. Hopefully playing some games.


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Mowed lawn, BBQ on, faced my fears and did some manual labour and filled garden bin. Need to level lawn at some point, and keep tidying.

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I'm at the safari park... Then a meal round some friends tomorrow and finishing off with a meal with the in laws on Sunday.

Then I'm working on Monday morning.


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Doctor Glyndwr wrote:
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What's everyone up to on the long weekend, assuming you aren't at work of course?

Making bagels, sourdough, pastrami, salt beef, smoked leg of lamb, grilled burgers/corn/mushrooms, bread and butter pudding, French toast with bacon, baked apple pancake. Walking the dog in Epping Forest. Hopefully playing some games.


Sounds great. I’m out on my Vespa today, riding round the Cotswolds.
Tomorrow we might visit Blenheim palace then on Sunday we are staying at home with a bit of decorating and a nice roast for lunch.


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What's everyone up to on the long weekend, assuming you aren't at work of course?

We went to one of the Easter Egg hunts at Moseley Old Hall today. Boy, it was busy! Then we went to Morrison’s. Boy, it was busy!!

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Made bread. Assembled another 3 cat repellers. Forgot to go to the first Talbot beer festival of the year (today), will be walking the 2.5 miles to the local instead, then coming back to grill some meats.

Continue training our resident pheasants and ripping out bamboo.


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Interesting. My cats have been assembling human repellers.

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Dr Zoidberg wrote:
What's everyone up to on the long weekend, assuming you aren't at work of course?


My mother arrived at noon and is staying till Sunday afternoon
My inlaws arrive on Sunday evening and are staying for a week (childs first week off)

Child is overly tired and therefore super hyper so we have already baked cupcakes this morning and done all the weekly shopping and boiled the eggs for decorating and now she and mother are bike riding somewhere while I enjoy the quiet (except the dishwasher is going again)


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Dr Zoidberg wrote:
What's everyone up to on the long weekend, assuming you aren't at work of course?


I intend to do very little. Been a little burned out with work so I've been needing the break. That said, I did half an hour of work as it's nice to be able to focus on something without interruptions from my colleagues. :)

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It’s lovely out today.


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Yup.


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I've been off all week, so I've already been on bike rides along the River Plym, and long walks along the River Avon ( not that one, or that one). Today I went swimming in the River Erme with my daughter (yes it was freezing) and then cut open my big toe on my right foot when I slipped on some rocks.

This turn of events might curtail future activities this weekend as I was hoping for more outside fun tomorrow and Monday. We will see...

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Bike riding sounds good. The toe, less so.


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My employer asked for volunteers to work over the Easter weekend. I declined. I had a lie in until about 8.

Mrs. W. decided it was time we bought another barbecue. I didn’t argue because it’s pointless to do so. We were going to buy a Weber, but Mrs. W. saw something similar and with more features, for £50 less. I didn’t argue because it’s pointless to do so, and we bought it, and some charcoal and some stuff to cook on it.

Came home. Assembled barbecue with only one tiny mistake, right at the beginning and which I spotted immediately and rectified. Managed the whole thing without swearing once. See ‘What have you bought?’ for view of the finished product. It’ll be a pity to spoil it by usIng it.

No other plans for the rest of the weekend, but no doubt that will change.

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Our plans are mainly to relax after the last week. Joans has bought some pork that he is going to BBQ tomorrow. I believe he is also going to make burgers and kebabs. Other than a bit of pottering about doing little jobs, my plan is to sit on my bum, drink wine and eat snacks. :)

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Getting kids to paint eggs, then, forty eight hours later roll those eggs down a hill is quite the tough lesson for them on ephemeral beauty.

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Getting kids to paint eggs, then, forty eight hours later roll those eggs down a hill is quite the tough lesson for them on ephemeral beauty.

Are the eggs raw?

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Getting kids to paint eggs, then, forty eight hours later roll those eggs down a hill is quite the tough lesson for them on ephemeral beauty.

Are the eggs raw?

That’s ostrich even for you

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Mimi wrote:
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Getting kids to paint eggs, then, forty eight hours later roll those eggs down a hill is quite the tough lesson for them on ephemeral beauty.

Are the eggs raw?


Hard boiled. Painted, then coated in PVA glue.

There were still some tears

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MaliA wrote:
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Getting kids to paint eggs, then, forty eight hours later roll those eggs down a hill is quite the tough lesson for them on ephemeral beauty.

Are the eggs raw?


Hard boiled. Painted, then coated in PVA glue.

There were still some tears


Round my way, we call those cracks.


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I've just stood in a queue at the Ice Cream Farm with someone famous.

20 questions?


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I've just stood in a queue at the Ice Cream Farm with someone famous.

20 questions?


Is he known for wearing a red shirt?

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I've just stood in a queue at the Ice Cream Farm with someone famous.

20 questions?


Is he known for wearing a red shirt?

Yes! In a tangential way


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I've just stood in a queue at the Ice Cream Farm with someone famous.

20 questions?


Is he known for wearing a red shirt?

Yes! In a tangential way

Tiger Woods

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I've just stood in a queue at the Ice Cream Farm with someone famous.

20 questions?


Is he known for wearing a red shirt?

Yes! In a tangential way


Steve Mcmannonmannoman?


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