Krypteia

Hove, UK

#24359 Mar 22, 2013
I love Judge Julie,a very sexy lady I may add for her years..

“Denny Crain”

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Since: Jan 11

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#24360 Mar 22, 2013
tony1003 wrote:
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I'm open to correction on this one, I'm sure Tally with his background kinows more on it than I do, but isn't it possible to bring a civil chatrge in addition to the criminal one - I know thaqt can be done in the UK.
The state brings a criminal charge and the individual brings a civil
Krypteia

Hove, UK

#24361 Mar 22, 2013
I meant Judy

“near Halloween.”

Level 8

Since: Dec 06

#24362 Mar 22, 2013
tony1003 wrote:
<quoted text>
I had a Lab/Springer cross for 17 years - thought it would be a magic combination. What did I know? She was a cunning little minx, sweet-natured as could be, but a real rogue underneath it. The number of times I stood on the Malvern Hills for an hour waiting for her to decide it was time to come back! Missed her like crazy when she died.
Collies are very bright. Had a Scottish Border Collie (they're quite a bit bigger than the Welsh) and he was superb. A rescue dog, but he understood exactly what you said to him. First day I had him on the hills (he was chipped etc), he was pulling like crazy: he'd been in the rescue kennels and wanted to run. So I decided to risk it and slipped his lead off. Like a bullet, he went straight up the Worcestershire Beacon for about 800 yeards. My heart sank. Then he lay down and looked at me. I whistled once and he was back down to my heel in a flash. Never had to train him, he knew in an instant what I wanted. He died four years ago and I still miss him. Sadly, the nature of my work at the moment precludes having another dog, it wouldn't be fair. But one day...
Birthday was a quiet one, which at my age suits me fine - trying to forget 'em!
Interesting post & thanks..

Yes indeed,'Collies' ARE particularly
intelligent [not saying so because I have
a collie mix]

In most survey they always come in on top re intelligence,
followed closely by the poodle!

My lady dog is a beauty, ie > she 'has it' in looks and intelligence

but... she is also

rather anti-social >

'ROARS' out the car window at certain sections of
the population;

AND ..

to my endless embarrassment,
these always seem to includ >

folks who look different! > in wheelchairs!! anyone carrying
a walking stick or walking aid!!
men dressed in high vis jackets! LOL...

You spoke so tenderly of your dog..
and I can see clearly why you cannot have another..
pity really..

as you seem SO tuned in to 'how a dog ticks'

which is a rarity, I know!

Also,

be always proud of your birthday..
[as we all should be]-
considering

it is the day [chosen by fate] YOU entered this world -
and that day will ALWAYS be special..

“guess who Lois?”

Level 7

Since: Dec 06

A little hole in the wall.

#24363 Mar 22, 2013
RMQuinn37 wrote:
<quoted text>
Far more examples to prove that rumor. A run of the mill black man accused if molesting young children; a black man accused of killing his white ex wife.....you really think those poor middle class defendants would have gotten acquitted????
The rich have the mans to escape the country, bribe officials, hire top lawyers, they know the law and run things in a way that is quasi-legal at first glance, hire computer experts who can hide information, etc etc ....

And some of the people in politics and other legal areas are often business associates and buddies... as well as poeple they donated big money to for their campaigns.

A system might be designed to be fair but all systems can be manipulated or circumvented.

“guess who Lois?”

Level 7

Since: Dec 06

A little hole in the wall.

#24364 Mar 22, 2013
tony1003 wrote:
<quoted text>
You have a beagle? We had one - Parker by name - failed hunt dog. Hopeless - two brain cells, one of which involved food, one which involved getting on the scent of a fox. When the latter kicked in, over-rode any other thoughts in the little lad's skull!
My dog is part beagle ... super freindly .. if a burgler entered he'd probably greet him with waging tail and follow him around while he grabs all the valuables.

He's a house dog (plus back yard). if he gets out front he will run off and explore the neighbours houses.(has snuck out a few times, we had to go searching) He also does not know to stay off the road to avoid cars.

“It's SNOWTIME!”

Since: Jun 06

Huntingdon, UK

#24365 Mar 22, 2013
Krypteia wrote:
I love Judge Julie,a very sexy lady I may add for her years..
I love Judge Judy too...not saying I find her sexy mind you,
but can see what you mean!

“It's SNOWTIME!”

Since: Jun 06

Huntingdon, UK

#24366 Mar 22, 2013
RMQuinn37 wrote:
<quoted text>
Me, I'm not a sports minded person so I just kick back and listen to those of you who are. I would nothing to contribute. We had a March Madness pool chart in the CU branch ----- I thought it was a football pool!!!
I'm happy to just learn something and listen to you rugby fans discuss the weekend game.
....now back to my beagle's latest antics.........
I can't claim to be a rugby fan really, that was a one-off
match I felt compelled to watch...more of a football fan and
that is only a recent development. England and San Marino
are playing as I speak, but I can't get into it.
Too funny about the March Madness pool chart...:)

“It's SNOWTIME!”

Since: Jun 06

Huntingdon, UK

#24367 Mar 22, 2013
franko wrote:
<quoted text>My dog is part beagle ... super freindly .. if a burgler entered he'd probably greet him with waging tail and follow him around while he grabs all the valuables.
He's a house dog (plus back yard). if he gets out front he will run off and explore the neighbours houses.(has snuck out a few times, we had to go searching) He also does not know to stay off the road to avoid cars.
Had to laugh at your description of your dog Franko...he does
sound a good natured soul, had a GS one time would welcome
anybody in the house, but the mere fact he was there was a deterrant to anybody with intent.

“It's SNOWTIME!”

Since: Jun 06

Huntingdon, UK

#24368 Mar 22, 2013
tony1003 wrote:
<quoted text>
It's the pack instinct, even the domestic ones have it.
Sadly, the trip to the USA is off, for this year at least. Have just got back from the doc's after the second heavy dose meds failed to clear up the throat infection. As I suspected he might, he wants me to see a specialist, so can't make any plans and should it get sorted, the ski season in Colorado will be over, which was one of the reasons for the visit. Oh well, there's always next year.
Saw the weather conditions in Cornwall on Sky News this morning Tony, and this evening also. Utterly dreadful..terrible about
the lady whose house collapsed around her.
Really bad in Northern Ireland too, we are very lucky just here touch wood, although just a few miles away they are having it rough.
Sorry to hear your throat infection is hanging on...no doubt you
will be taking anti-biotics, but have you considered Manuka Honey?

“It's SNOWTIME!”

Since: Jun 06

Huntingdon, UK

#24369 Mar 22, 2013
tony1003 wrote:
<quoted text>
It's the pack instinct, even the domestic ones have it.
Sadly, the trip to the USA is off, for this year at least. Have just got back from the doc's after the second heavy dose meds failed to clear up the throat infection. As I suspected he might, he wants me to see a specialist, so can't make any plans and should it get sorted, the ski season in Colorado will be over, which was one of the reasons for the visit. Oh well, there's always next year.
Completely forgot to mention what it was I intended to tell you
before!
Have been buried in genealogy today and knocked over a brick wall by finding my Gtx5 Grandfather.....a Landsman on the HMS Syrius in
1804. That led me to delve into the history of the HMS Syrius which quite honestly I found fascinating along with the history of that time.
What pluck they had in those days of old....

“ain't she sweet?”

Level 7

Since: Nov 10

Location hidden

#24370 Mar 22, 2013
Boomer7 wrote:
Good day to all!
Most our American folk know that the NCAA basketball championship is in full swing. Brighteyes and I have gone head to head in our brackets over the years. We are tied at 5 each! This year MY bracket is starting to bleed! Oh well, there is still hope... I think. Indiana and Louisville!
Have a fun Friday all!
I'm special and the exception to "most our American folk....." besides, I was ticked Person of Interest was pre-empted!!!!!:(

“Ignore the trolls”

Level 6

Since: Oct 08

Poole, UK

#24371 Mar 22, 2013
Denny CranesPlace wrote:
<quoted text>The state brings a criminal charge and the individual brings a civil
I understand the difference between civil and criminal charges. What I don't know is whether a civil charge and a criminal charge can be brought under US law as it can in the UK. We have had a quite high profile case here where the criminal charge failed, but because of the rules of evidence, a civil charge stuck - wondered if it was the same in the States.

“Ignore the trolls”

Level 6

Since: Oct 08

Poole, UK

#24372 Mar 22, 2013
Grace Nerissa wrote:
<quoted text>
Interesting post & thanks..
Yes indeed,'Collies' ARE particularly
intelligent [not saying so because I have
a collie mix]
In most survey they always come in on top re intelligence,
followed closely by the poodle!
My lady dog is a beauty, ie > she 'has it' in looks and intelligence
but... she is also
rather anti-social >
'ROARS' out the car window at certain sections of
the population;
AND ..
to my endless embarrassment,
these always seem to includ >
folks who look different! > in wheelchairs!! anyone carrying
a walking stick or walking aid!!
men dressed in high vis jackets! LOL...
You spoke so tenderly of your dog..
and I can see clearly why you cannot have another..
pity really..
as you seem SO tuned in to 'how a dog ticks'
which is a rarity, I know!
Also,
be always proud of your birthday..
[as we all should be]-
considering
it is the day [chosen by fate] YOU entered this world -
and that day will ALWAYS be special..
Thanks for a lovely post GN.

“Ignore the trolls”

Level 6

Since: Oct 08

Poole, UK

#24373 Mar 22, 2013
eleanorigby wrote:
<quoted text>
Saw the weather conditions in Cornwall on Sky News this morning Tony, and this evening also. Utterly dreadful..terrible about
the lady whose house collapsed around her.
Really bad in Northern Ireland too, we are very lucky just here touch wood, although just a few miles away they are having it rough.
Sorry to hear your throat infection is hanging on...no doubt you
will be taking anti-biotics, but have you considered Manuka Honey?
We're surviving that rubbish conditons down here!

Have had two loads of antibiotics - the second batch mega strong - so the GP has decided to send me to the specialist. Think he may have throat cancer on his mind, which Manuka Honey probably won't fix. I'm sick of wincing every timne I swallow, which has gone on since the second week in January.

“Ignore the trolls”

Level 6

Since: Oct 08

Poole, UK

#24374 Mar 22, 2013
eleanorigby wrote:
<quoted text>
Completely forgot to mention what it was I intended to tell you
before!
Have been buried in genealogy today and knocked over a brick wall by finding my Gtx5 Grandfather.....a Landsman on the HMS Syrius in
1804. That led me to delve into the history of the HMS Syrius which quite honestly I found fascinating along with the history of that time.
What pluck they had in those days of old....
HMS Syrius - frigate that was sunk in 1805. Landsmen were the third level of crew - first was Able Bodied, second was Ordinary Seamen and they were third. Sometimes called "waisters (sic)" because most of their duties were in the waist (middle of the ship), they had little knowledge of how to sail the vessel and worked the guns or acted as boarding party members on an assault on another vessel. Try to check if he was a Quotaman (his dates fit)- can tell you lots about them as part of my dissertation (my MA is in Naval History). Best source to follow up on him is Kew (Public Records Office), which also has an online facility - type PRO in a search engine.

We think life was rough for them - actually they generally had a better diet than agricultural labourers of the time.

“Ignore the trolls”

Level 6

Since: Oct 08

Poole, UK

#24375 Mar 22, 2013
franko wrote:
<quoted text>My dog is part beagle ... super freindly .. if a burgler entered he'd probably greet him with waging tail and follow him around while he grabs all the valuables.
He's a house dog (plus back yard). if he gets out front he will run off and explore the neighbours houses.(has snuck out a few times, we had to go searching) He also does not know to stay off the road to avoid cars.
As a kid, we had a Cairn Terrier like that - would haqve licked a burglar to death! Beagles, even part, are prone to wander. Lovely natues, but no brains.

“guess who Lois?”

Level 7

Since: Dec 06

A little hole in the wall.

#24376 Mar 22, 2013
eleanorigby wrote:
<quoted text>
Had to laugh at your description of your dog Franko...he does
sound a good natured soul, had a GS one time would welcome
anybody in the house, but the mere fact he was there was a deterrant to anybody with intent.
My dog is too small to scare anyone ... he's about 30 lbs

“guess who Lois?”

Level 7

Since: Dec 06

A little hole in the wall.

#24377 Mar 22, 2013
tony1003 wrote:
<quoted text>
I understand the difference between civil and criminal charges. What I don't know is whether a civil charge and a criminal charge can be brought under US law as it can in the UK. We have had a quite high profile case here where the criminal charge failed, but because of the rules of evidence, a civil charge stuck - wondered if it was the same in the States.
it is my understanding that OJ Simpson was first criminally charged (found not guilty) and when that failed he was civilly charged and he lost that.

“ain't she sweet?”

Level 7

Since: Nov 10

Location hidden

#24378 Mar 22, 2013
tony1003 wrote:
<quoted text>It's the pack instinct, even the domestic ones have it.

Sadly, the trip to the USA is off, for this year at least. Have just got back from the doc's after the second heavy dose meds failed to clear up the throat infection. As I suspected he might, he wants me to see a specialist, so can't make any plans and should it get sorted, the ski season in Colorado will be over, which was one of the reasons for the visit. Oh well, there's always next year.
Take good care Tony. Hope they quickly determine what ails you and you're feeling better soon. Be well and stay well. Hope next year another trip across the pond will be planned.

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