RichardScotland

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  • Highly unlikely except by going private. Certain to cost a bomb. If you have something nagging away at you constantly for years you just get used to it being there. ;)) You don't have to like it. ;)
  • I also heard that much of it gets burned so Mr.Google found this for us. "Myth 1: Recycling is a waste of time as it all goes to landfill or abroad anyway Not true - your recycling makes a real difference. Recycling protects the environment and cut…
  • Thanks Paul "Slightly pregnant" ;)) He's certainly got plentyto say.Out should mean out. It's not MP's job to cahllenge the result of the referendum. It's their job to get it done irrespective of their own person opinions.
  • At least 715 climate change protesters have been arrested as demonstrations across London enter their sixth day. Some glued their hands to trains in London's underground and caused chaos. They've blocked roads and even a bridge around parliament an…
  • Oh, now you'd not be old enought to vote. Your vote would no longer matter. On reflection nobody's vote appears to matter these days. The bloated buffoons 12 day holiday ends on the 23rd. Can't wait to hear more about Brexit.
  • Happy birthday Paul. :-h
  • The damage is to the retinas Mike, so basically it's the entire eye that's screwed. :(
  • Or a head transplant.
  • Okay ..... loathsome loafers. It's the fast track to becoming rich. They award themselves salary increases, fatter pesnsions and fewer hours. It's a racing certainly you couldn't run a business in that dashion.
  • It's unfixable Mike. Chemically damaged inside courtesy of a hospital prescribed drug. :( They are both damaged but the right one is pretty bad.
  • LOL. You got me! :-j If it ain't broken don't fix it. Why does Microsoft want all of our money anyway?
  • I am running Windows 8.1 and it worked like a charm after I gor rid of all the junk they'd attached to it. I paid my money to buy this PC. It's mine. I want it to do waht I want it to do not what Microsoft chooses to lumber me with. I don't give a d…
  • Hummingbirds are indigenous only to the Americas Ken, unlike bagpipes which can be found in every civilised country in the world. :) Habitat loss and destruction are the hummingbird's main threats. As hummingbirds are often specially adapted to eac…
  • Thanks Gregg. I'd never thought to look elsewhere when it didn't appear where I'd ecpected it to be. Not even sure I'd noticed the star. Ken , You'd better get used to typos from me. I am still waiting for my new glasses to arrive and my keyboard a…
  • Yes Mike, Mason or Carpenter. Both correct. Mason is the more descriptive as they virtually brick up their nest holes. The reason you are seeing fewer of them is because they are in serious trouble because of human activity. . If everybody on the pl…
  • Yes, politicians! People who argue the toss for a living. For many of them it's the only job they've ever had. Our professional liars are having great fun. The main stumbling block with Brexit is called the Irish Backstop. It concerns trying to allo…
  • A Tweet from the Flat Earth Society read" We are proud to have members around trhe globe".
  • We obviously have no hummingbirds but bees love the penstemons. Bees are in serious decline worldwide so I'm doing my best to help them locally. Some of the bumblebees species that visit me are too wide to enter the narrowest penstemons so they nibb…
  • Fine by me my friend. I have lots of different perennials on order. Numerous deliveries scheduled during the next three weeks. Many raised beds to get prepared and close to 500 seedlings individually potted that need daily tlc. My new fad is Penstem…
  • No edis allowed in the fist post in a new thread. "gem" is how I wanted to describe the game.
  • Incredible. Surely we are very unlikely to beat that Larry, but knowing you, I expect you intend to give it a go. :) And why not? :bz
  • 52% of the food consumed in the UK is grown here. 75% of the land in Scotland is used for food production. Scottish producers grew more than 2900 tonnes of raspberries, 25,000 tonnes of strawberries, 231,000 tonnes of carrots, 64,000 tonnes of tur…