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WotEver last won the day on March 1

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About WotEver

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    Er, boating!

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    Maybe One Day We'll Get Another

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  1. If anyone still wants to remain then it's about time they woke up. That boat has sailed. We're leaving.
  2. Yes she can. Just because they lost the vote doesn't mean she's not representing them. That's a stupid argument.
  3. And if it's a non-urgent emergency... you call the emergency number. So... emergencies - call the number non-urgent emergencies - call the number urgent non-emergencies - call the number Doesn't that just make it the out of hours number?
  4. Or the one that Pete linked to a few days ago that gets a good review:
  5. It could be the switch if it's one of those AC switches purporting to be DC. Do you have more than one switch? Maybe one in the bathroom?
  6. And his comments are always so concise and easily understood
  7. I'm waiting to see how the negotiations pan out.
  8. In this case, we wait and see. I don't pretend to be psychic.
  9. You're entitled to your opinion even if it does sit directly contrary to the stated aims of the government as explained very clearly over the last few days. "When I sit around the negotiating table in the months ahead, I will represent every person in the whole United Kingdom – young and old, rich and poor, city, town, country and all the villages and hamlets in between. And yes, those EU nationals who have made this country their home. It is my fierce determination to get the right deal for every single person in this country. For, as we face the opportunities ahead of us on this momentous journey, our shared values, interests and ambitions can – and must – bring us together." Of course, if you wish to sit apart then that is your prerogative.
  10. Only? You're 5" taller than me
  11. BBQ

    But ones without the lava rock such as the absurdly expensive and mystifyingly popular Cadac are nothing more than glorified tar boilers.
  12. No I musn't, it would be rude...
  13. Yup, dead easy to access via the quarry road. A mate lost a very well chained up outboard just after he'd finished fully refurbishing it. Windows have been smashed. A wooden boat was set fire to.
  14. Are you forgetting the wording on the referendum voting slip? it didn't say anything about immigration, free movement, or anything else specific. It simply asked do you want to leave or do you want to remain in. A majority voted that we should leave. The job of the politicians now is to negotiate the best deal possible over the next two years, whatever shape and form that deal may take, in the best interests of (all of) the residents of the UK.
  15. The Tuttle Hill moorings were bad for theft from and damage to boats which might explain the vacancies I guess.