Good things (that restore your faith in humanity)


#302

Yep, pretty much.


#303

Glad it’s finished and the outcome was the right one. :+1:


#304

As the Romans knew very well, it’s cheaper & easier to entertain people than to feed, clothe & house them


#305

I’m not sure that’s the responsibility of TV companies :thinking:


#306

Very true.
However I’m fairly sure that the government is delighted that people are more worried about how much someone’s tasteless tat will fetch at auction (yes that’s a real TV programme - I’ve seen it) than about the fact that the country’s sliding inexorably down the toilet.


#307

Cool. What are you going to spend it on?


#308

:thinking:


#309

Prog, makes your money go a lonnnnnnggggggggggggg way.


#310

We had a knock at the door tonight to tell us a cat had been hit by a car and was in the road outside. I went outside to find 3 random strangers (2 in cars, 1 on foot) had stopped to help. Several phone calls to local emergency vets numbers later and he was whisked off in our cat carrier to the local vets by 2 of the random strangers.
Lovely looking long haired tabby, let’s hope that he gets fixed up ok.


#311

Long overdue recognition for Sara Rowbotham


#312

apparently a lady with a beat up vase was on there and it went to auction with a guide price of 120 quid and fetched over 80k . been in her garage for 11 years . if it was in good nick it could have been worth between 250-500 million !!!


#313

Are you sure? That seems rather a lot…


#314

yes , when i find the article will check but i read it twice


#315

Just like on storage wars where they happen to find a priceless antique buried in a locker full of old clothes and tat :roll_eyes: