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Dirty Buggane

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  1. Talking about key workers I see a maroon tanker that is an English registered company but on Manx plates about once to twice a week around the place. I think it is on the island to deal with some process of the incinerator that leaves a liquid waste that can not be dealt with on island. My question is, is the tanker loaded on board the Ben my Cree in Heysham by an English driver and then driven to site by a Manx driver this side. Question is because it was coming out of B&Q last week and was parked on the pavement opposite cycle 360 at the business park, is this because no shops are open in England and it is handy for the English driver to pick up stuff on island.

    Just interested and would love to be proved wrong that it is not another cock up under the key worker guise

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  2. Said it before so will repeat myself, Them there people in the big house on the hill are gone all power mad I tel's ya, no election for 2020 under emergency powers. Howard's dictator ship rumbles on, it's for our own good don't ya know

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  3. They are saying this would only be as a long as emergency powers are in force, but I for one do not see them ending anytime soon. Still waiting for the announcement that 2021 elections are to be postponed whilst the emergency is still ongoing. Under emergency powers of course.Happy Season 1 GIF by Rick and Morty

  4. My take on the new prom seawall is that it was already purchased when it first raised its ugly head many moons ago. They just gave the impression that public demand to scrap it was showing that democracy was alive and kicking in the island. Now it is ready for delivery baron boot gives it the nod through to safe guard life and limb and cure all the proms problems. Is it like a lego brick so when the stones reach the top they can just add another 1.2 metres

  5. So that means 

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      2 hours ago, Dirty Buggane said:

    I think Howard has got every confused, in  that most people seem to think everything is back to normal judging by the barbecues and house party's going on around the estates. Government and  private. Been out for a drive in the evenings over the last few days and all is hunky dorry

    That will be because we're allowed to have people round in the garden now. Although howard Quayle said "only 2 people" and "only from the same household" it seems that bit was guidance only as it is not mentioned in any of the legislation. :)

    So that means two people from the same household decided to visit, but each of them decided to drive 2.5 cars there and leave them over night and get a lift in the morning to pick them up.
  6. I think Howard has got every confused, in  that most people seem to think everything is back to normal judging by the barbecues and house party's going on around the estates. Government and  private. Been out for a drive in the evenings over the last few days and all is hunky dorry

  7. I am just waiting for the 2021 elections being postponed to a date to be set as and when the present incumbents decide. Due to unparalleled circumstances and under emergency powers, till I have feathered my nest and swept as much shite under carpet as humanly possible. All bow down and worship at our feet for saving the common person. Amen

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  8. We were incredibly lucky that Chris Helm was just kicking around some old lab equipment when low and behold under a dust sheet there was a real time PCR testing machine. Apart from being incredibly lucky it raised a few questions with me

    1) I take it you can not toddle into the local currys and get one of the shelf

    2) How much do these thing cost (39.990

    3) What was it purchased for in the first place and why was it not used (causing embarrassment to the government with the environment results/incinerator/vehicle testing resulting in loss of income)

    As people are fond of saying discuss

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  9. Not quite sure I heard this right. They have been harping on about testing and contact tracing, always under way and control. Yet the other day when Old Howard was welcomed back to the land of the living I'm sure one of the jurno's asked him who he caught it off his reply was DON'T KNOW not exactly inspiring confidence in the tracing routine.

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  10. Is it just me that thinks the 4pm press  question time seems to be a mite contrite. All questions having a perfect ready to hand answer no hyming or harring precise information to hand no paper shuffling. Howards back tomorrow all might change let us see

  11. My tuppence on the chopper's is ex chief minister being dropped at home. No need for him to quarantine the agent orange took care of that Probably why they are repatriating in the first place, can not have him stuck away may need to take control at the drop of a hat

  12. He needs to remember what happened to Churchill (never did I think I would mention this cm at the same as Churchill) He led the country through a world war and was competent. And still got dumped on his ass afterwards. Best be careful in using special powers also, people have long memory's

  13. Perchance the Sefton has a few of the good old boys that retired from the boys club. Sorry the government. And are having an untoward amount of influence on the incumbent boys club, Sorry I mean Government, m.w. being one

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