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  1. Sounds good unless its a bitch and even then you have to get behid or to the side whilst your dog is mauled. From what i see some dogs just will not give with pain. Antler handle point front of ribs and dog is going nowhere but down. Self defence your own dog must be on a lead. Trouble with soft dogs is trauma like this can spoil them completely around other dogs. My cocker is exact same.
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    BREXIT

    Surely depends on how many ways the leave vote is split? I would reckon on any election 1/3 of labour and Tory votes are not up for grabs. The other two thirds will be split by leave or remain and vote accordingly. Brexit party in the mix now of course. Hopefully we dont get to it as i cant see any party getting a majority.
  3. Antler point to the ribs.
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    Sailing in Scotland

    Strange you should say that re cockpit instruments. All finished now after clipping pontoon light post with bow anchor this morning ☺️
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    Sailing in Scotland

    9 knts was total. We often sail in med but this year we wanted to improve our skills. This was enlightening. 🤣 Never knew i had forgotten so much and pushed to go places i would not consider in conditions where i would normaly stay home. Beating with wind against tide over 6 foot short waves had me shackled to the boat 🤣. It was fun afterwards.
  6. Just fininishing off a 5 day West Coast of Scotland sailing skills review. Out of Oban over to mull, Jura and sound of Isla. Loads of rain, loads of tide and wind f4 to f8 and barely using the engine. Its been a cracking trip but not sure i want to repeat it anytime soon. Today north tip of Jura to pass Corryvreckan with 6 knts of boat speed and 9knts over the ground was soething else.
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    Fox club

    No foxes here last night on the boat and back to Oban in the morning. I will be happy to get my feet on dry land. Its been a stressful few days with the tail of some hurricane coming through. Not sure if you can read this but boat speed of 6knts with speed over ground of 9 knts 😶
  8. Chap o know on a shoot here has it. Just renewed licence and feo was happy that he is fine and knows his own limits when with others. He has an off road coverd quad to get to stands. All guns are more than happy ro see him out shooting.
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    Fox club

    Two great bags there boys some very goood work. 👍 I managed to bag a fox on wednesday too. Saw plenty. Now in Sunny Scotland well grey Scotland. Just have to find my boat lol. Hope its got a heater 🙃
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    BREXIT

    If you have nothing to add to the post why not go elsewhere .......r.
  11. oowee

    BREXIT

    The kipper said. 27th of June. The odds of no deal Brexit are a million to one. 16th of August. The chance of getting a deal is slim. .
  12. oowee

    BREXIT

    We have been disengaged from Europe. Our party political adversarial parliamentary democracy is not equiped to deal with the integrated affairs of the modern world. We are living in the past and our system of politics reflects that.
  13. oowee

    BREXIT

    And it was her fault.
  14. oowee

    BREXIT

    No. They were acting in the interest of the party. Camoron did what he had to do for the sake of the party. We rely on the wisdom of politicians to act in the interests of the UK particularly when we are dealing with complex economic and geo political matters. The public were clearly right to ask for change but Camoron should have and could have managed the process better by agreeing with his party what it was they were offering and what they could deliver. That way it may have been possible to get support for something rather than opposition to everything.
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    BREXIT

    Sorry I forgot everyone else wrote the script t It wasn't me guv honest. Camoron has so much to answer for and the Tory hardliners should hold their heads in shame.
  16. oowee

    BREXIT

    Are you happy that the Tories brought in the most ill considered referendum in history. Are you happy that the whole sorry affair has been created by this government. Well strangely enough neither are the other 34m voters in this country. First you have to get serious with the proposal and set out what you want from it working within the trading framework that the EU has. Then you might stand a chance of sorting it out. It seems like Norway, Canada, Switzerland et al brokered deals that they are happy with but that the UK with its clear understanding of all things EU is unable to. Why do you think that is? Do you think it might be because we have a rather stupid government that is caught between the ridiculous promises it made to voters and the reality of life?
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    BREXIT

    He was brilliant taking interruptions, flack and parying questions at speed. Most impressive. Then I see him leave home with the family in his Bentley all dressed like they have come out of a 30's film set and i think, 'what a ****'.
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    BREXIT

    Is that the 20 mp's he kicked out to make them independents? I think Corbyn would be right to say no to a GE until after an extension. He would have destroyed Boris who must leave after requesting an extension. JC would have demonstrated that he has listened to his party and taken a pragmatic approach to the issues. Interesting at PMQ's faced with the Kipper in a tail spin that he kept his cool and certainly looked more like a PM in waiting. The kippers antics show him to be that delinquent public school boy that he is. Had to laugh at the arrogant pose of Moggy the other night showing his contempt for parliament. They are not helping themselves. That lets the women off the hook then.
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    BREXIT

    Yep no doubt about it the Tories have made the biggest .... up in history. Who in their right minds voted for the kipper despite all the warnings and the writing on the wall. Seems to me there is a big disconnect between the aged Tory membership and the realities of today. Our political system is simply not geared up to deal with complex long term tasks, our politicians even less so. It reminds me very much of the financial chaos in Greece where a technocrat government was put in place to resolve the crisis.
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