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Re: Unhappy Thread
« Reply #2775 on: July 21, 2022, 12:30:55 PM »
Glad all went okay Mick, you seem to have been well looked after.
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Re: Unhappy Thread
« Reply #2776 on: July 21, 2022, 12:34:57 PM »
Plenty of rest mick. You will soon be up working in Kimbolted and hope you have plenty to read

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Re: Unhappy Thread
« Reply #2777 on: July 21, 2022, 12:36:36 PM »
Glad everything went well for you Mick, more scratching over the next month, where the hell did they shave you so enthusiastically.

Take it easy

Best Wishes
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Re: Unhappy Thread
« Reply #2778 on: July 21, 2022, 12:42:43 PM »
Glad to hear it went well Mick. As a person of hirsuteness myself, I feel your pain/itch :)

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Re: Unhappy Thread
« Reply #2779 on: July 21, 2022, 12:53:25 PM »
Thereís nothing much you can do to stop the hair growing back. I had to wear an ECG for 72 hours and needed an extensive shave. I had to be careful which polo shirts I put on as some caught the fledgling hairs and made them itch more. Glad the procedure went well and youíre good to go for a few more years.
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Re: Unhappy Thread
« Reply #2780 on: July 21, 2022, 02:10:26 PM »
Good to hear that it all went well. I'm sure that Blackpool is very nice at this time of year for a mid-week break.

Take it easy for a few days and keep playing trains.

All the best,

Chris

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Re: Unhappy Thread
« Reply #2781 on: July 21, 2022, 07:10:11 PM »
Great news that all went according to plan Mick.
You seem to have been well looked after.
Letís hope that after a few days rest youíll be back to normal.

Cheers
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Re: Unhappy Thread
« Reply #2782 on: July 21, 2022, 11:14:48 PM »
good to hear all went well,
cheers
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Re: Unhappy Thread
« Reply #2783 on: July 22, 2022, 10:59:11 AM »
Pleased everything went well for you Mick, will see you at the Wigan show. I was getting worried ordered my ticket and still not received it, apparently they send them out in batches nearer to the time.

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Re: Unhappy Thread
« Reply #2784 on: July 22, 2022, 07:58:36 PM »
Well, we've had some entertainment here.

At about 17:30, we had an ASDA delivery. The driver has since told me that their company rules are that the van must remain fully in sight at all times, except when delivering to flats and if it must be parked facing the wrong way, it should be parked so that no cars can pass to avoid them being hit by a passing car when accessing the side doors.

Anyway, he delivered two crates and went back for the other two, when a large, black, 4x4 appeared and the driver started telling him to move. We are on a residential road, not a main road and he only needed to get the two crates together. He tried to explain that he'd only be two minutes and she started shouting. Then her daughter appeared and started having a go. I went to the end of the drive to suggest that she either wait a couple of minutes or go through the next road. At that point her male passenger jumped out and tried to assault the delivery driver, but thought better of it when the driver took a swing at him in self-defence (and missed) and the woman started turning her car around and shouting that the van had CCTV (whereupon the passenger put his hood up) and for them to get back in the car.

In the midst of turning, she jumped out to shout again, leaving her car in drive and having it hit my car! I tried to get my camera on on my phone, but was too slow. Then she drove off, but I had memorised her registration.

About 90 minutes later, I saw her outside and went out. She was very apologetic and had already left her phone number under my wiper, but too late, the ASDA driver had reported them to the police for assault and I'd spoken to them on the same call about her leaving the scene of an accident.

The insurance company can chase her about the repairs.
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Re: Unhappy Thread
« Reply #2785 on: July 22, 2022, 08:02:35 PM »
What entertainment steve

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Re: Unhappy Thread
« Reply #2786 on: July 23, 2022, 05:31:16 AM »
Just caught up with this, Mick. Glad it all went well!  :thumbsup:
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Re: Unhappy Thread
« Reply #2787 on: July 29, 2022, 09:03:59 PM »
Well, we've had some entertainment here.

At about 17:30, we had an ASDA delivery. The driver has since told me that their company rules are that the van must remain fully in sight at all times, except when delivering to flats and if it must be parked facing the wrong way, it should be parked so that no cars can pass to avoid them being hit by a passing car when accessing the side doors.

Anyway, he delivered two crates and went back for the other two, when a large, black, 4x4 appeared and the driver started telling him to move. We are on a residential road, not a main road and he only needed to get the two crates together. He tried to explain that he'd only be two minutes and she started shouting. Then her daughter appeared and started having a go. I went to the end of the drive to suggest that she either wait a couple of minutes or go through the next road. At that point her male passenger jumped out and tried to assault the delivery driver, but thought better of it when the driver took a swing at him in self-defence (and missed) and the woman started turning her car around and shouting that the van had CCTV (whereupon the passenger put his hood up) and for them to get back in the car.

In the midst of turning, she jumped out to shout again, leaving her car in drive and having it hit my car! I tried to get my camera on on my phone, but was too slow. Then she drove off, but I had memorised her registration.

About 90 minutes later, I saw her outside and went out. She was very apologetic and had already left her phone number under my wiper, but too late, the ASDA driver had reported them to the police for assault and I'd spoken to them on the same call about her leaving the scene of an accident.

The insurance company can chase her about the repairs.

Some further information - it's with the insurance companies now and the police are not taking it further, because she came back. However, we have since found out that she is the headmistress of a primary school! What chance have the kids got with staff like that?

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Re: Unhappy Thread
« Reply #2788 on: Today at 01:35:15 AM »
A sad day in the Trainfish household.
We had to make a big decision on Wednesday evening. It wasn't an easy decision by any means but it was 100% the right decision. We can now remember the good times with Buki. She hasn't been well for a little while but she still had lots of love and care from us and most importantly quality of life. Once we knew she was about to lose that there was only 1 decision to make. We took her to the vet on Thursday morning and I have to say that Tomasz the vet was great. He had all the time in the world for us and even when we left Buki looked so peaceful and exactly how I will always remember her little face. She was a great little friend for over 19 years, spoilt rotten and always got her own way. One good thing to come out of this is that we will save a fortune on Lick-e-lix. RIP Buki my little friend for so long  :*(

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« Reply #2789 on: Today at 09:49:25 AM »
 :sorrysign:  To hear that sad news ,people like us regard our pets as important members of the family .
Wehad the same decision to make a few years ago with our little dog Buster he had the dog equivalent of Dementure and lost the use of his back legs as well ,the decision came after he bit my grandsons arm when he went to stroke him something he had never ever done before .
I was like a bear with a soar head for about a week after leaving him with the Vet who was really kind and we stayed and held Buster ro the end .
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