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    That does happen i know (Reason ???) i too get that at times, but i have found that if you just leave the submission (Dont try Submitting again) and refresh your Screen the Post will have been posted (As you have said Rodney) Otherwise if you do try and Submit twice that is why you get a double entry! KT
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    Been having the same trouble but not often, realised that if I pressed again I had a double entry one time only it didn't enter, so had to do it again, but as Vernon said just an occasional glitch.
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    Figures bad again today but the 'experts' still say we are nearing the peak.
    I di hope they are correct.
    But new changes to restrictions will at least allow more transport to move essential goods.
    Supermarket shelves look a bit like the end of the world.

    Dunny rolls again on ration!!!!!
    So stay off the Curry for a few days.
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    Yes indeed John
    I did our normal Shopping Today and Boy! Hardly anything on the Shelves at Coles, then to Woolies which seemed a bit better so between the two stores managed to get most of what i needed! Even got some Dunny Rolls at Woolies, Coles was bare!

    Think as you say now with the new Rules in place at least hopefully the Shelves will start to get filled again!

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    Vern it seems to be a few members with the same site problems, I just hope mine is sorted Thanks mate Terry/
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    glad to see you have come out well terry so many we know are under ground in our area i still cant see why people think it{covid} doesn't exist? jp

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    Thanks John, As i said in my post it exists alright and you stay put with your feet up mate the last thing you need on top of what you have been threw is that bloody thing, I have heard of two deaths this week in this area both covid suspected and both under 70 years old, I am off out well wrapped up with the long haired one get some stores aboard thank god i got my appetite back i might treat myself to a bloody big tee bone, with grill tomatoes hash browns a poached egg and peas this time last week i was doing well to swallow a bowl of soup Regards Mate Terry.
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    Hi Terry glad to see you have beaten the dreaded lurgy was worried by your absence from site for so long. Enjoy the T.bone steak with all the trimmings and stop kissing all these strange young ladies. Best Rgds Den

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    Down here in Cooma miles and miles from anywhere we have had only one glitch, shortage of milk in Coles, still had the big containers, next day it was kosher, big milk factory in Bega down the road., now the holidays are coming to an end we are not getting the hundreds of caravans buying everything up.
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    Only one answer Des , stock up with condensed milk, old lifeboat stores would do , can also use as marmalade when that runs out, is an acquired taste but used to go down well , especially when it was Cappys marmalade with small animals floating in it near the bottom. While your at it a couple of jars of Barley sugar would go down well . Cheers JS

    This is a true story... I was 2 mate on a Runciman ship and docked in Liverpool after a short 6 month trip. The crowd asked me to ask the personnel/stores manager if they could have fresh milk delivered as weren’t paying off until the next day , so I asked him, of course he said I”ll have the dairy drop it off at the bottom of the gangway as soon as possible. Sure enough he did so. I went to find him to thank, and found him going round all the messroms collecting all the tins of condensed milk up and putting in a bag, this included the tins already broken into. I said what are you doing ? Collecting all the condensed milk in he said. why ? I asked , because they can’t have both , it’s one or the other. And I’m not going to set a practice of having both. This is 100% true and was the way a shipowner thought or at least his storm troopers did . JS
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