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  • in reply to: Wrexham as Covid free island #194059
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    I get my modem working again and come back and find that Matt has become the camp comic on this holiday camp forum. I was supposed to be in Hafan y Môr this week social distantly irritating the red coats shouting “Hi Di Hi!” at them.
    We aren’t allowed to go because of travel restrictions and bubbles but better safe than sorry. I don’t want any of us getting the Trump Virus. We can book again next year.

    Do you think DerekJackson will be reading this on his iPad and laughing or has he listened to Matt and jogged on?

    A hero is someone who understands the responsibility that comes with his freedom.

    in reply to: Scrap Betsi Cadwaladr and Start Again #192554
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    Matt I was worried by the title of this and the “Year Zero” (PP) overtones. But its ok so carry on.

    A hero is someone who understands the responsibility that comes with his freedom.

    in reply to: Commercial Town Centre Property For Sale #192536
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    Wetherspoons should buy the car park and make an open air venue!

    A hero is someone who understands the responsibility that comes with his freedom.

    in reply to: Youngsters with suntans in supermarkets #192535
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    Rex Ham – Planes were new when me and the Mrs went abroad and coaches were a lot cheaper.
    We used to go on the bus to Rhyl on our holidays and that took most of the day. Also I don’t talk about the Marine Lake incident in our house but it gets dragged up every time someone says Rhyl as well as the drunk donkey ..

    Matt. The story of unplanned skinny dipping in Benidorm will remain with me until I die but if I say stomach bug and cleaning trunks in the waves you have an idea why.

    Conde. You stick up for the snow flakes but a LOT are selfish brats who care only about themselves and not about killing their granny by ignoring social distancing and advice.

    A hero is someone who understands the responsibility that comes with his freedom.

    in reply to: Youngsters with suntans in supermarkets #192447
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    Tanist? Mrs Councillor X looks like a prune in the sun and I look like a lobster.

    In the old days you went to Spain on a coach and it took 3 days and then you were in bed with the trots and came back white after another 3 days on a smelly coach.

    A hero is someone who understands the responsibility that comes with his freedom.

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    Either my sobriety is affecting my thinking or not seeing people is makin me soft but Matt makes a lot of sense these days unlike some others on here.
    We were brought up to vote Labour but now it’s anyone except the Tories. Boris took on BREXIT and soft heads went along with him because they wanted BREXIT.
    SO Matt has two votes already … am sure the Spoonies would follow you if we ever meet up again. Become a councillor you got knowledge and a good head on you son.

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    in reply to: Action against Wetherspoons #191954
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    I won’t be back there anytime soon i am afraid.

    A hero is someone who understands the responsibility that comes with his freedom.

    in reply to: Wetherspoons Covid Cases #191669
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    SO VERY GLAD THAT I HAD A FIGHT OFF REQUESTS TO GO THERE!

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    in reply to: Wrexham Street Cafes #191320
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    Hello Matt Mrs Councillor X had to tell me about your post because it had the word CAFE in the title. I cannot see the picture but I bet its a really nice one of civilized gents.
    I haven’t been to a pub yet and in no rush to until it is safe. I do the face thing with some of my mates but most of them have motorolas and burner phones (joke) but I only know how to do it because of youngsters on their ipods and I wear a mask.
    Stay safe and keep away from the raves in the forests.

    A hero is someone who understands the responsibility that comes with his freedom.

    in reply to: Green Home Grants Wales? #191283
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    I don’t know if they still do it but the Council did group repair schemes where they fixed up rows of houses in an area.
    Where I lived there was a lot of resentment because the scheme was means tested so if you were on some benefits you got the work free but if you worked or had savings your were stuffed.
    You had people who owned a house but because they hid their money and worked cash in hand then they got work done for almost zero. I applied and the council wanted nearly all the money because I was working full time and Mrs Councillor X had a part time job. Too bloody honest.

    I won’t say where I lived but if you look at some areas of Wrexham maelor then you can see lots of nice houses in a row and the odd one or two in a terrace with knackered old roofs and garden walls and windows falling out. You can guess which ones weren’t done and why.

    A hero is someone who understands the responsibility that comes with his freedom.

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