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Post by Philagain1 on Sun Jul 02, 2017 10:37 pm

Doug and i had this convo today....

With most family and friends, they have moved from London now unfortunatlely...

I said..Get back involved with the local Labour party.
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Post by victorismyhero on Sun Jul 02, 2017 10:50 pm

Philagain1 wrote:Doug and i had this convo today....

With most family and friends, they have moved from London now unfortunatlely...

I said..Get back involved with the local Labour party.

interesting question....

I suppose, some what sader for the loss, I'd carry on as I am, since I am fairly well content with my own company. and since I have friends both here and in a number of other places ...It would be a serious thing happend that left me totally alone?

I have family over in nottinghamshire
new friends of course around the area the woodland is located
old friends scattered here and there
and many customers who have become friends too....

and I have my own transport so......

but at the bottom line...I'd cope....

oh..and theres always you lot to wind up lol!
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Post by Aspca4ever on Sun Jul 02, 2017 10:56 pm

Philagain1 wrote:Doug and i had this convo today....

With most family and friends, they have moved from London now unfortunatlely...

I said..Get back involved with the local Labour party.

As someone raised to always get involved with local charity groups: volunteer, volunteer, volunteer in what ever capacity that means. 
Surely it doesn't mean keeping it just political but when stuffing envelopes or driving volunteers around to do their 'door-to-door' campaigning ...I'm always signing up, or calling my friends & and asking them to call their friends.  We have a lot more INDEPENDENT voters in the rural areas then ever before.
But being a chauffeur & delivery driver for the shut-in's: whether it be grocery needs/medicine/or something new & interesting from the local library ...these are the most fun things to fill my good days!  I love you
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Post by Philagain1 on Sun Jul 02, 2017 11:35 pm

Aspca4ever wrote:
Philagain1 wrote:Doug and i had this convo today....

With most family and friends, they have moved from London now unfortunatlely...

I said..Get back involved with the local Labour party.

As someone raised to always get involved with local charity groups: volunteer, volunteer, volunteer in what ever capacity that means. 
Surely it doesn't mean keeping it just political but when stuffing envelopes or driving volunteers around to do their 'door-to-door' campaigning ...I'm always signing up, or calling my friends & and asking them to call their friends.  We have a lot more INDEPENDENT voters in the rural areas then ever before.
But being a chauffeur & delivery driver for the shut-in's: whether it be grocery needs/medicine/or something new & interesting from the local library ...these are the most fun things to fill my good days!  I love you

Doug is back working for free, three days a week for a local charity shop, where they have room for his scooter.
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Post by Philagain1 on Sun Jul 02, 2017 11:53 pm

These fascists have no idea really, they just like to make statements of what they think are facts, and based on their own bigotted reasonings!
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Post by Aspca4ever on Mon Jul 03, 2017 1:23 am

Philagain1 wrote:
Aspca4ever wrote:
Philagain1 wrote:Doug and i had this convo today....

With most family and friends, they have moved from London now unfortunatlely...

I said..Get back involved with the local Labour party.

As someone raised to always get involved with local charity groups: volunteer, volunteer, volunteer in what ever capacity that means. 
Surely it doesn't mean keeping it just political but when stuffing envelopes or driving volunteers around to do their 'door-to-door' campaigning ...I'm always signing up, or calling my friends & and asking them to call their friends.  We have a lot more INDEPENDENT voters in the rural areas then ever before.
But being a chauffeur & delivery driver for the shut-in's: whether it be grocery needs/medicine/or something new & interesting from the local library ...these are the most fun things to fill my good days!  I love you

Doug is back working for free, three days a week for a local charity shop, where they have room for his scooter.

Give that man a huge warm hug and kiss {plant it on his forehead} ...he'll wonder WTF confused    I'm so proud of what he's over come, what he's struggle through and FFS all of those surgeries to get where he is today ...he's quite an amazing human. 
BTW - you're not too shabby either I love you   You've been the #1 support group/worker 'B'/coach/clean up/heart helper that kept him going when the road looked too bleak to manage!  You certainly compliment & balance each other quite wonderfully well. flower
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Post by Philagain1 on Mon Jul 03, 2017 1:43 am

Aspca4ever wrote:
Philagain1 wrote:
Aspca4ever wrote:

As someone raised to always get involved with local charity groups: volunteer, volunteer, volunteer in what ever capacity that means. 
Surely it doesn't mean keeping it just political but when stuffing envelopes or driving volunteers around to do their 'door-to-door' campaigning ...I'm always signing up, or calling my friends & and asking them to call their friends.  We have a lot more INDEPENDENT voters in the rural areas then ever before.
But being a chauffeur & delivery driver for the shut-in's: whether it be grocery needs/medicine/or something new & interesting from the local library ...these are the most fun things to fill my good days!  I love you

Doug is back working for free, three days a week for a local charity shop, where they have room for his scooter.

Give that man a huge warm hug and kiss {plant it on his forehead} ...he'll wonder WTF confused    I'm so proud of what he's over come, what he's struggle through and FFS all of those surgeries to get where he is today ...he's quite an amazing human. 
BTW - you're not too shabby either I love you   You've been the #1 support group/worker 'B'/coach/clean up/heart helper that kept him going when the road looked too bleak to manage!  You certainly compliment & balance each other quite wonderfully well. flower

I struggle to find in myself...
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Post by Philagain1 on Mon Jul 03, 2017 1:46 am

...He does the nice stuff and i run the economy...
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Post by Scrat. on Mon Jul 03, 2017 7:46 am

victorismyhero wrote:
Philagain1 wrote:Doug and i had this convo today....

With most family and friends, they have moved from London now unfortunatlely...

I said..Get back involved with the local Labour party.

interesting question....

I suppose, some what sader for the loss, I'd carry on as I am, since I am fairly well content with my own company. and since I have friends both here and in a number of other places ...It would be a serious thing happend that left me totally alone?

I have family over in nottinghamshire
new friends of course around the area the woodland is located
old friends scattered here and there
and many customers who have become friends too....

and I have my own transport so......

but at the bottom line...I'd cope....

oh..and theres always you lot to wind up lol!
You entertain us Victor.
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Post by Philagain1 on Mon Jul 03, 2017 1:15 pm

Scrat. wrote:
victorismyhero wrote:
Philagain1 wrote:Doug and i had this convo today....

With most family and friends, they have moved from London now unfortunatlely...

I said..Get back involved with the local Labour party.

interesting question....

I suppose, some what sader for the loss, I'd carry on as I am, since I am fairly well content with my own company. and since I have friends both here and in a number of other places ...It would be a serious thing happend that left me totally alone?

I have family over in nottinghamshire
new friends of course around the area the woodland is located
old friends scattered here and there
and many customers who have become friends too....

and I have my own transport so......

but at the bottom line...I'd cope....

oh..and theres always you lot to wind up lol!
You entertain us Victor.

He goads and has banned others for doing the same on his and dreddies site.
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Post by victorismyhero on Mon Jul 03, 2017 2:19 pm

pot kettle phil....


see you cannot show a thread on here where I STARTED the abuse/goading/whatever

I WILL of course reply in kind...

but of course ...if you WANT to keep trolling your own threads...be my guest Tumbleweed
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Post by SEXY MAMA on Mon Jul 03, 2017 6:15 pm

victorismyhero wrote:
Philagain1 wrote:Doug and i had this convo today....

With most family and friends, they have moved from London now unfortunatlely...

I said..Get back involved with the local Labour party.

interesting question....

I suppose, some what sader for the loss, I'd carry on as I am, since I am fairly well content with my own company. and since I have friends both here and in a number of other places ...It would be a serious thing happend that left me totally alone?

I have family over in nottinghamshire
new friends of course around the area the woodland is located
old friends scattered here and there
and many customers who have become friends too....

and I have my own transport so......

but at the bottom line...I'd cope....

oh..and theres always you lot to wind up lol!

If I was all alone the only thing that would keep me going is owing some kind animal sanctuary.
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Post by Sassy on Mon Jul 03, 2017 7:18 pm

Oh I'm with you on that one. If ever I won the lottery I'd open a dog's home. I'd probably be very reluctant to get them re-housed lol
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Post by Handy andy on Mon Jul 03, 2017 8:44 pm

Perhaps I would buy a motor sailor and sail south west into the sunset and see where it took me. The Polynesian Islands would be a nice destination.
And I would have to learn to masturbate again.
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