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  1. Will find out in October when it goes up another 30%+... If the Ukraine crisis gets resolved and prices stabilise, i still don't see the prices coming down, and likely not ever to the "before war" levels. They will create a new baseline, and because it will be lower than where it was at its worst, most people will feel appeased
  2. I can see log burners being next for the chop. Their demand has shot up all across the country, and i would be staggered if they don't start banning them except for certain areas out in the sticks. Some people have 2-3 of them in their house and they are rumoured to be dreadful for the environment. I would still like one though! Gas increase is now 202% total is it not?
  3. The low resolution logo on the top left looks a bit naff
  4. Had the gutters, soffits and fascias on my four bed detached replaced by Reactive Construction a few months ago. The guys did excellent work and the price was very fair.
  5. @John Wright What's the situation with people trying to apply "common law" when taken to court (as an example that Laxey chap who was caught swimming is using it as a defence i believe), is there any merit in these claims, and could it / has this defence ever worked on the IOM? I have a friend who claims "loads of his mates have used common law to get out of stuff". He also claimed the Clintons were harvesting adrenochrome from children, so of course i'm skeptical...
  6. https://edition.cnn.com/videos/us/2021/10/08/schools-mask-mandate-protest-parents-students-newday-vpx.cnn You don't seem to see vaccinated people gathering to abuse those who haven't been vaccinated, and accusing them of "raping" their children. Shocking stuff, i feel so much for the children (and parents!) Facebook has a lot to answer for, its the main source of "research and information" they all seem to believe / follow
  7. Sounds like 'God love them, not their fault the poor things'. Complete joke. Fucking scrotes should be dealt with harshly as should the parents.
  8. Yep, rather they overreact than don't take it seriously. Good work if you ask me.
  9. Biden and Harris are no fans of Johnson. However, i think they won't let personal animosity get in the way of doing anything thats in the interests of the USA From what i've seen so far from Biden, he's hit the ground running and has done excellent. Plans in place for dealing with COVID, and when you look at how little was actually done from the Trump administration, it's shocking how little they seemed to care about it. Say what you like about Biden, some don't like him or think he's some kind of Kamala Harris trojan horse, but he absolutely cares about people and i think (hope) he will be good for the country. Of course the MAGAs hate him, but that's to be expected.
  10. It's frustrating but there is no real way to deal with it. I've of course tried taking the piss, but that just seems to make them double down, so i then tried showing actual evidence of reality, and it just gets glossed over. I think they simply want to believe and nothing you show them makes any difference. Maybe in their hearts they know, and its a bit humiliating?
  11. And yet one of my colleagues says that "Trump tried to stop the corruption, but the Dems wouldn't let him" Of course the irony of the statement was lost on him. Also a QAnon believer who thought the Clintons were harvesting adrenochrome from kids and Trump was out to save them all. Sigh.
  12. Speech was incredible, and i agree the whole thing feels like a weight lifted off your shoulders. Four years of science denial, little care for the average American and the spreading of hateful disinformation that sparked the whole QAnon moment, created a nation filled with staggering stupidity. The first press briefing was also good, and it's nice to see respect and civility back in the room. I can't understand the right framing Biden as some radical lefty, when the reality is he's always been quite a centrist, and not far left of what the pre trump republican party was.
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