Re: Northern option
No that's Scots to deep fry
322 posts • joined 24 Feb 2017
and yet.... many, including I, go back every now and then, even though the McMeal doesn't taste that good. Addictive additives perhaps, or early onset A. Even though I have had burgers that had pattys which were cold or like leather, fries that were also cold and buns that fell apart also their burgers never match up to ones I do myself. Why do I still feel the need for a McD from time to time? although I manufully surpress it most times
The Gov. will never give a discount/cash back that will reduce the cost of any given E-Car to near the cost of its equivalent petrol/diesel. Only the fairly well off will take advantage, which is a typical Gov. ploy to feed the rich/fairly well off and not the less cash endowed.
Still untill there are lots of 2nd hand E-cars nothing much will change, and will this discount apply to those cars?
Perhaps if they ban the manufacture or import of petrochemical fueled cars, and not the existing ones?
I noticed that in the UK Civil Service there was a unsaid maxim that "If you have a personnel problem Ignore them as eventually they will leave by them selves" however... at least one person I know of stayed for several years of having a window seat before action was finally taken. Some people are very hard to bore, well they were civil servants!
Decades ago I used to work in the lab in a car factory in Coventry. Tea was always available there, it was brewed in a reflux vessel as large as I was - continuously through out the shift flinging bags in from time to time and tapping off the tea as required. That tea, it was rumoured, was used to etch metal samples in microscopy and clean light grease off other samples. I don't recall ever seeing the container emptied for cleaning etc.
it was an aquired taste...
When newspapers present derogatory information / stories about a person, and that is shown to be false / inaccurate - if you are rich enough to sue - they usually print a retraction (but usually not if you are not influential or cannot sue) but even then they often put the retraction in some out of the way part of the paper - increadibly rarely on the front page (unless its a rivals misdeed). All this is in the public domain and any search manual or electronic will bring up the first articles - any retractions or updates are liable to be much harder to find. So nothing new. But not including the updated information in your report/search on someone (or an update link) is incompetence or even negligence which morally at least deserves a good hard rap on the knuckles / other punishment. Whether they are a publisher or not is beside the point.
In any case your paper trail / electronic trail is always there you cannot get rid of it. obscure it yes, remove it no.
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