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“ain't she sweet?”

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tony1003 wrote:
<quoted text>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.
I think this has already been answered, but yes same concept here. One an be held both criminally an civilly liable for the same action. Different burdens of proof and "punishments".

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tallyho wrote:
<quoted text>good morning , ahem noon RMQ
Good evening and pleasant dreams. It's 11pm here......forgot if you're in same time zone.

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Krypteia wrote:
I meant Judy
My idol and fave! She's a non nonsense kinda gal.

Beauty fades, dumb is forever!

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franko wrote:
<quoted text>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.
Kind of belies the concept of "may 100 guilty go free lest an innocent man be convicted". Also explains why so many distrust the system.

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tony1003 wrote:
<quoted text>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.
Took the words out my mouth Tony. Yep, the beagle is a licker and there have many instances I've run down the street trying to catch or find her. One reason I don't trust her off the leash: once the nose takes her she just keeps going like the energizer bunny. She wouldn't come back.
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RMQuinn37 wrote:
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My idol and fave! She's a non nonsense kinda gal.
Beauty fades, dumb is forever!
lol,yeah I love that saying,wish we had her over here..

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Happeeeeeeeeeeeee Saturday around the world to the kitchen gatherers. My sister is working and will be on her second week of training next week. In 4-5 weeks, I am supposed to work 40 hours a week on a 6 week contract, and hours can be anything. I would like to work until midnight or 1-2 AM. I dont want to have to be there at 7AM!!!!! The worst scenario!!!!

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tony1003 wrote:
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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.
I spoke too soon about us being lucky here in North Wales with
the weather....just glad I personally don't have to go anywhere
but sympathy for those who do.
You look after yourself...is the trip down the Thames still on
this weekend?

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Vee wrote:
Happeeeeeeeeeeeee Saturday around the world to the kitchen gatherers. My sister is working and will be on her second week of training next week. In 4-5 weeks, I am supposed to work 40 hours a week on a 6 week contract, and hours can be anything. I would like to work until midnight or 1-2 AM. I dont want to have to be there at 7AM!!!!! The worst scenario!!!!
Hello Vee and Happy Saturday to you too. That's good news about
your sister, and a double whammy about your own contract...
Not an early morning person are ya?...:)

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RMQuinn37 wrote:
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My idol and fave! She's a non nonsense kinda gal.
Beauty fades, dumb is forever!
I disagree in that beauty fades etc. It just takes on a
different hue is all. I remember one of our topix friends
saying how beautiful his 90 year old grandmother still is...
Mexican Hillbilly who we haven't seen here for a while.
And it's never too late to learn!

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eleanorigby wrote:
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I spoke too soon about us being lucky here in North Wales with
the weather....just glad I personally don't have to go anywhere
but sympathy for those who do.
You look after yourself...is the trip down the Thames still on
this weekend?
Hi ER - no, they cancelled the regatta in the light of the forecast weather, so it's odd jobs around the house day. At least it's not raining here - apparently Kent has snow - mate of mine from there rang this morning.

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tony1003 wrote:
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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.
He was my Gtx4 Grandfather in fact, and he was a Quotaman. I
found him some years ago and quite a lot of information on him,
it was only yesterday I established the link to myself. It was funny how it happened actually, as I was searching Forces Records
for some info on P's father, a Marine in WW11...digressed and lo and behold, found my own. They say our ancestors will be found 'when THEY are ready'!
He was a weaver and joined for the bounty. I recall learning that
he didn't collect after he was discharged.

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tony1003 wrote:
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Hi ER - no, they cancelled the regatta in the light of the forecast weather, so it's odd jobs around the house day. At least it's not raining here - apparently Kent has snow - mate of mine from there rang this morning.
Hi Tony...was just posting to you. Sorry to hear that, but perhaps it's just as well, it's bitterly cold out there. We
had snow and gales from yesterday, I'm not budging out there today
I can tell you!
I have been reading up on the Napoleonic War....and of the British
soldiers who were sent to quell the colonists in the USA....
gruesome reading!

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eleanorigby wrote:
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Hi Tony...was just posting to you. Sorry to hear that, but perhaps it's just as well, it's bitterly cold out there. We
had snow and gales from yesterday, I'm not budging out there today
I can tell you!
I have been reading up on the Napoleonic War....and of the British
soldiers who were sent to quell the colonists in the USA....
gruesome reading!
Good morning El. I got lucky yesterday and went to two builders lunches. At one I won $100 and $200 at the other

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tony1003 wrote:
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Hi ER - no, they cancelled the regatta in the light of the forecast weather, so it's odd jobs around the house day. At least it's not raining here - apparently Kent has snow - mate of mine from there rang this morning.
Tony...to clarify..I was referring to the punishments the British
soldiers endured on board ship....quite shocking reading.

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Denny CranesPlace wrote:
<quoted text>Good morning El. I got lucky yesterday and went to two builders lunches. At one I won $100 and $200 at the other
Can you give me six numbers for the Lottery please...:)

Good Morning Denny.

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Denny CranesPlace wrote:
<quoted text>Good morning El. I got lucky yesterday and went to two builders lunches. At one I won $100 and $200 at the other
You're gonna pay income taxes on that 300 bucks, aren't ya Denny?
:)

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Mar 23, 2013
 
TONY:

Glad you are having your throat seen to,
with any of us,
we all seem to home in on the more serious
outcome or
possibility! I think it's just how we're made

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but there are many things in between it could
be, which aren't serious.

All the very best to you

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Denny,
you're on a winning streak!

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Vee,
Good news re your sister..

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El,
Hope you are all back 100% after the fall.

Did you see the dog video Isent you
[#24302] in case you missed it..
I loved yours.

We had dreadful flooding here yesterday,
rivers bursting their banks etc...
and snow forecast,
I see it is bad in the UK..

Cuddle up and keep warm.

GOOD GREETINGS to everyone else here.

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Mar 23, 2013
 
Grace Nerissa wrote:
TONY:
Glad you are having your throat seen to,
with any of us,
we all seem to home in on the more serious
outcome or
possibility! I think it's just how we're made
!
but there are many things in between it could
be, which aren't serious.
All the very best to you
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Denny,
you're on a winning streak!
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Vee,
Good news re your sister..
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El,
Hope you are all back 100% after the fall.
Did you see the dog video Isent you
[#24302] in case you missed it..
I loved yours.
We had dreadful flooding here yesterday,
rivers bursting their banks etc...
and snow forecast,
I see it is bad in the UK..
Cuddle up and keep warm.
GOOD GREETINGS to everyone else here.
'Afternoon Grace,

I have lost track of the days to tell you the truth, must
have missed the video sorry, but will look for it l8er!
You was asking when The Voice starts again over here, I said
the 20th I believe, but it isn't, it's the 30th I see in this
weeks TV pages....and apparently they have something new to
offer, so we will see. Still the same four judges I see...
that's okay.
We seem to be having similar weather again, it's bitterly
cold here and had snow overnight and all day, dreaming
of a white Easter!
How's Ali liking the snow?

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Mar 23, 2013
 
tallyho wrote:
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'Afternoon Sir Tally...I know you like TCM was wondering if your
programmes coincide with ours, tonight, in fact, shortly, they
are showing 'How Green Is My Valley', you might like to catch it
(if you can) lol...about a mining village in Wales, I saw it
years ago and have been waiting for it to be repeated.

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