I always thought it was funny that this book, of all that should have been online - wasn't.
I'm glad they've finally gone some way to putting that right.
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- Tue Mar 17, 2020 12:44 pm
- Forum: A Place to Talk
- Topic: Things to do if you can't leave the house
- Replies: 15
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From the Internet Archive, a blog on things to do online using their resources: 7 Things To Do If You Can't Leave The House Pam, thank you, thank you ! There's a link there I wanted. I used to download Old Time Radio four or five computers ago and I'd forgotten how to find it. It was really interes...
An official specialist doctor who was on the TV earlier explained that after seventy the immune system can't cope with this particular virus regardless of how fit and healthy we otherwise are. This is disappointing for those accustomed to going out and about. Four months indoors is nothing to me. Th...
I don't suppose 'those in power' will be sending police to check you're at home, Ernest. Go out if you want to risk it and you think it"s safe. You won't be flagged down and asked for your birth certificate. This is not Spain or China.
- Mon Mar 16, 2020 3:50 am
- Forum: A Place to Talk
- Topic: Goodness, it’s been a while!
- Replies: 23
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The way to find out if one has a twin or triplet is to get hold of one's original birth certificate. In England and Wales there will be a time on it if the birth was multiple. A family I knew once experienced something like Julia's situation. The younger of two baby boys born under a year apart to t...
I should think the filling of those tiny glasses or perhaps putting a sip into paper cups takes a few minutes. When I've been at a service where that's done, somebody in a cassock and surplice brings them round, whom my mother called The Server. I'm sure the local minister could tell you. I don't ge...
Re the no-Chalice precaution : why can't the church deploy individual communion-glasses, the kind used when everyone takes the wine at the same time, or if they haven't got a set, disposable paper cups ? Perhaps the local Methodist or Baptist Church can lend a set. Why no-refreshments ? Public kitch...
I'm reminded of earlier times when we've had real or potential epidemics and they interviewed doctors on the radio. The funniest was when some people had been returning from India with plague - the Black Death I think. I remember it because three children I was teaching had had it when they'd been v...