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@HuwMatthews2 . I'd consider going ex directory, if I were you. You could get a load of hairy arsed HA on your doorstep.

DJ
DJ
13 Sep 2018

Thank you Huw for a very calm, level-headed and clear explanation and for all you, and the many other charity volunteers (for whatever charity they volunteer) do for the people of this town.  And although I've never been to Snooky Fest, congratulations on another successful event which clearly brought pleasure to so many and also helped raise money for the charity and its profile all at the same ...

'Ol Lady Biker
'Ol Lady Biker
13 Sep 2018

Well!  Someone got out of bed the wrong side! This is a VERY vociferous defence to two quite innocuous questions/points of view. I wonder why? Glad to hear you're in the phone book.  If I ever want to talk to you I'll do it face to face.  I find people are usually much kinder when they're not behind a keyboard, with or without alcohol. You've not really done the Snooky Fest any favours ...

HuwMatthews2
HuwMatthews2
13 Sep 2018

Sigh....... I feel I have to respond to Ol' Lady Biker's comment even though I didn't want to. 1. Snooky Fest is organised by 5 people (none of whom are paid). 2. The event on the day is run by (primarily) family & friends - I assume you're talking about the Marshals, Gate Staff here - who volunteer their time to do it - and seem to enjoy doing so (obviously they don't pay for ...

I think it is mainly aimed at creative content, such as music, rather than informational content, so hopefully it won't affect this site. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-45495550 "The final version clarifies that this will not include the sharing of hyperlinks to content such as news stories."

burneside
burneside
12 Sep 2018

Articles 11 and 13 were today passed by the EU parliament, be prepared for big changes in the way the internet operates.  The inventor of the internet, Britain's Tim Berners-Lee, has campaigned against these changes, so I would hardly describe it as "desperate".

Scapegoat
Scapegoat
12 Sep 2018

lololol Desperate! 'Nuff said lololol

wondering
wondering
12 Sep 2018

Sooner were out of the controlling EU the better!

Agree with Calamari, nice pics and Kestrels indeed.

The European Parliament is tomorrow voting on a proposal that would affect virtually every website, including this one .  If the proposal passes it will be illegal to link to other websites without first obtaining permission, and possibly having to pay for the privilege of linking to the site. This transport blogger explains the situation: ...

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