Yep, pretty much.
Glad it’s finished and the outcome was the right one.
As the Romans knew very well, it’s cheaper & easier to entertain people than to feed, clothe & house them
I’m not sure that’s the responsibility of TV companies
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.
Cool. What are you going to spend it on?
Prog, makes your money go a lonnnnnnggggggggggggg way.
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.
Long overdue recognition for Sara Rowbotham
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 !!!
Are you sure? That seems rather a lot…
yes , when i find the article will check but i read it twice
Just like on storage wars where they happen to find a priceless antique buried in a locker full of old clothes and tat
Serious bit of rescue/mountaineering. Brave man. What the people on the balcony were doing is beyond me though…
Good on him. Spider-Man is appropriate here.
going to see the president later , he deserves it
In the UK he would have been fined for not having done a risk assessment, not wearing appropriate PPE, damage to property, and the CPS would have considered a prosecution for child abduction.
and then deported.