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  1. ehb102

    I really don’t get it

    I don't like to be mean about it. What's an extra £20 tip when I've had the privilege of shooting a wonderful shoot? Still, you hear a lot of people saying you can't give game away.
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    I really don’t get it

    I get a couple of driven days on small shoots. On one shoot I asked if I might take extra and they said a pound a pheasant. I thought that was quite a lot.
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    Prescriptions shooting glasses

    If you have a prism prescription Ed Lyons is very good at finding you a pair of glasses that will work with that. You can send over a prescription and Ed will give you some options. http://www.ed-lyons.com/ I wasted my time going elsewhere and went back to Ed.
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    Not guilty - but pay up!

    The reputation of one man is more important than all the women who have been raped, including all the women who have been raped and not reported it. To even risk this happening is misandry. Right. Got it.
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    Not guilty - but pay up!

    We can only go by the official statistics of such things. I refer anyone with an interest to the 2013 document of the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS). https://www.cps.gov.uk/sites/default/files/documents/legal_guidance/perverting-course-of-justice-march-2013.pdf In a 17 month charging period from January 2011 to March 2012 "there were 5,651 prosecutions for rape, and 35 prosecutions for making false allegations of rape." To know more than one person who has been falsely accused of rape you have to be very unlucky. Or possibly they actually did rape someone, but in the face of a system and a world against them the victim never had any chance of success. Believe women all the time and you'll be right more often than not. Hard though, when misogyny is fed to you at every level of life. Joseph in the Old Testament anyone?
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    Not guilty - but pay up!

    I am heartened to see so many men being reasonable about this case. I think anyone desperate to believe that the man involved has been unfairly treated, that he didn't do it, should be asking themselves why they think like that and how it looks to other people.
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    Mrs. webber R I P

    My condolences on your loss.
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    Not guilty - but pay up!

    The award is being made in a civil court, not a criminal court. BBC says: "Civil cases require a lower standard of proof than criminal cases, with judgements made on the balance of probabilities rather than beyond reasonable doubt." Proving sexual crimes in a criminal court is nearly impossible, the system is not fit for that purpose. You can bring a civil case if a criminal one isn't taken up by the CPS.
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    Bean to cup coffee machine

    We have Delonghi Ecam23,46X (according to the manual). We got the separate milk thingy which is super, just goes in the fridge. Only drawback is that when you do the milk thingy clean you sometimes have to use pipe cleaners on the internal pipe. Hardly a massive drawback. We love it. I particularly like that I can have hot steamed milk without froth. Does demand descaling quite a lot, or perhaps that just means we use it a lot. They come from Currys but the range turns over quite often, which means you can get quite a bargain if you keep an eye open.
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    Part time man/woman

    Already done, in Canada. GENDER is a social construct. SEXUALITY is an individual's preference. BIOLOGY is the reality we live in. I hope they know that. Everyone, go and fill the consultation in. https://consult.education.gov.uk/government-equalities-office/reform-of-the-gender-recognition-act/consultation/intro/
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    Part time man/woman

    Look at Laurel Hamilton. Failed male weightlifter, took a few hormones and competed as a woman. It's acting like men that we worry about. Unisex toilets put women at risk. https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/sexual-assault-unisex-changing-rooms-sunday-times-women-risk-a8519086.html Females are not a lesser kind of male. You can't don womanface like you can blackface. You are so funny! And so wilfully blind.
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    Part time man/woman

    I have said before that I am more wary of the actions of Trans Rights Activists than the Antis. Trans Rights Activists actually physically attack women, grandmother age women, just for disagreeing with them. It's on the criminal record. They delight in making women lose their jobs over accusations of transphobia. They make bomb threats when women hold meetings. I use"pornified" in this sense to refer to the type of femininity these men like to portray. Tight, short dresses, high heels, lots of makeup. It's nothing you'll see most women in. But I agree, it's widespread. Young lesbians, especially autistic lesbians, are looking at "being trans" as the reason they feel out of place in the world. The government is even looking into this. I can understand why young women don't want to be women, it's pretty rubbish in a lot of ways. But you can't identify out of it. It's a biological reality.
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    Part time man/woman

    I don't agree this person isn't hurting anyone. What about all the women who are forced to indulge this autogynophile's sexual fetish at work for fear of losing their jobs? Woman is not a feeling. It's a biological reality. Even transsexual women (who were once men) are speaking out against this kind of thing. It's time people stood up and said NO to this twisted, pornified indulgence. .So I'm going to say now that's is time for every man here (And the occasional woman too) to put their voice across in the gender recognition act consultation. Look at https://fairplayforwomen.com/ and then go and fill in the consultation form itself: https://consult.education.gov.uk/government-equalities-office/reform-of-the-gender-recognition-act/consultation/intro/. If you read the guidance you can skip lots of sections. I am horrified by the number of child abusers, rapists and otherwise evil men who are jumping on the idea of self-identification. Ian Huntley is now calling himself "Nicola", the name of his victim's mother. Does he get a right to self identify as a woman? How about Karen White who was a male and a convicted rapist and was moved to a women's prison and went on to terrorise and assault the women who couldn't get away from him? What about David Challoner, the Green party activist who raped a ten year old. He was part of advising Girl Guides that they should allow boys to join and NOT TELL parents if those boys would be sharing sleeping accommodation with girls. When boys as young as six are so poisoned by violent porn that they rape girls (https://www.tes.com/news/exclusive-school-staff-failed-stop-six-year-old-playground-rapes) we cannot stop protecting women and girls. Be a man in a dress and I'll cheer you on. Be a man who puts on a dress and demands I call you a woman then you're demanding I submit to your hokey beliefs.That's not going to happen.
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    It could reduce a grown man to tears

    I can understand a dealer not offering full value for something, finding nuggets amongst the dross is how they make their money. Sounds a bit unfair though. Untrustworthy karma biting unfair. In a similar vein, I have a vintage moped that needs selling now my father is downsizing. 1963 Triumph Tina of all things, still running. Any recommendations where to send it?