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    Keith at Tregenna

    Re: Food

    Knock his horns off, wipe his butt, and stick him up on the plate.

    Cannot see that happening with vegi and vegan stuff.

    K.

    Keith at Tregenna Today, 01:08 AM Go to last post
    j.sabourn

    Re: Sceptical

    Methinks China thinks it holds a running flush , it holds the reins when it comes to trade as too many have become dependant on them. Even the media is

    j.sabourn Today, 12:50 AM Go to last post
    Des Taff Jenkins

    Re: Sas

    The same as you JS, As soon as I saw that drug mule on it plus the wife of the bloke that engineered the ball tampering in the Cricket in South Africa,

    Des Taff Jenkins Today, 12:46 AM Go to last post
    Keith at Tregenna

    Re: fishing rights

    Does fresh, farmed , sustainable fish come into the equation ?

    Adore salmon, smoked, poached, baked, grilled etc.

    kEITH.

    Keith at Tregenna Today, 12:39 AM Go to last post
    Des Taff Jenkins

    Re: Food

    A mate of mine in NZ, a big Maori bloke was saying that his tribe used to eat white people, I asked him if he ever tasted long Pig, he said no, his parents

    Des Taff Jenkins Today, 12:38 AM Go to last post
    Keith at Tregenna

    Re: Sceptical

    Only adding as you mentioned similar.



    Because they had a bloody vaccine before the virus kicked off!!
    Was it their way

    Keith at Tregenna Today, 12:34 AM Go to last post
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    vic mcclymont

    Sceptical

    Thread Starter: vic mcclymont

    Its no wonder I am sceptical about climate change. Just been watching Country File on the BBC, John Craven pops regals with tales of climate change and

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    Keith at Tregenna

    VLCC tanker caught in storm

    Thread Starter: Keith at Tregenna

    VLCC tanker caught in storm, ordered to remain adrift, damaged.

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    John Maguire

    If i can help

    Thread Starter: John Maguire

    I have been researching the Ben line for a few months now and Have still some way to go but if i can help with any company or ship queries please drop

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    vic mcclymont

    UK National Grid

    Thread Starter: vic mcclymont

    During the summer the Greens mad a big issue that the UK had gone 55 days without a coal fired power station supplying electricity. This was the future,

    Last Post By: vic mcclymont Yesterday, 11:55 AM Go to last post
    Louis the fly

    Food

    Thread Starter: Louis the fly

    For nearly all of my life I never thought about the food I was eating. I didn't know or care where the food came from , how it was made etc. If I liked

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    Trevor Bodiam

    Back to the future

    Thread Starter: Trevor Bodiam

    When first going to sea i was always reminded about the past with the words " when ships were made of wood and men were made of iron". History

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