Chris Puttick
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In response to Christopher Bouzy.
Presumably we can fact check this claim
03:58 AM - May 25, 2024
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Chris Puttick
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In response to Sarah L.
On the list of those with money that shouldn't be influencing politicians I'd add unions. Parties should be funded by individuals.
03:57 AM - May 25, 2024
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Chris Puttick
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In response to Christopher Bouzy.
12:44 AM - May 19, 2024
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Chris Puttick
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In response to Christopher Bouzy.
Also I want to see that fact checked...
08:14 AM - May 13, 2024
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Chris Puttick
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In response to Christopher Bouzy.
Afternoon...
08:13 AM - May 13, 2024
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Chris Puttick
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In response to Hipster Dog.
You'd be right not to trust it because at some point the battery charge level will get to the point the car's management system will have to shut off the AC to ensure enough power to move/start the car. So maybe trustable for 20 minutes, but then bad
07:54 AM - May 10, 2024
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Chris Puttick
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In response to Hipster Dog.
I've had cars with pre-conditioning that could do that, it's just it eats the battery (EV or not)
12:24 AM - May 10, 2024
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Chris Puttick
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In response to Yimi_Kyrabo.
If driving along the motorway, and the services coffee vendor is Starbucks we'll only stop if "other requirements" are urgent. The coffee's just not as good as the competition.
07:46 AM - May 07, 2024
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Chris Puttick
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In response to Hipster Dog.
Our retriever sleeps under the bed already. She'd find those sleeping areas too padded and spacious; she has to sort of wriggle under until only back legs are poking out :D
12:23 AM - May 07, 2024
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Chris Puttick
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In response to Sarah L.
So far so good :)
05:49 AM - May 03, 2024
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Chris Puttick
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In response to Ocean Moon.
Grass lawns are perfectly environmentally correct in their native environment.

Now if it would just stop raining long enough for the grass to dry I'll be able to mow the lawn...
12:06 PM - May 02, 2024
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Chris Puttick
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In response to Marcie.
Brings some truth to the response "I can't come out tonight, I'm washing my hair" :D
11:22 AM - Apr 30, 2024
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Chris Puttick
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In response to dani.
Them boys can grow some serious beard
12:24 AM - Apr 30, 2024
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Chris Puttick
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In response to Krzysiek Maja Bożejewicz.
02:15 AM - Apr 26, 2024
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Chris Puttick
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In response to Christopher Bouzy.
But does it stay true to the book, that's what I want to know
10:31 AM - Apr 24, 2024
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Chris Puttick
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In response to dani.
Is that the Florence from the Magic Roundabout? Hope she's not including Zebedee on that list.
05:21 AM - Apr 24, 2024
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Chris Puttick
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In response to dani.
Maybe it was the Lambrini
12:23 AM - Apr 21, 2024
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Chris Puttick
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In response to Dodi Davies.
Dam that deep state globalist libtard connspirisy
11:25 AM - Apr 17, 2024
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Chris Puttick
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In response to Tracy I.
Odd. I mean I can imagine not liking feta, or Gorgonzola, or halloumi, or Epoisses; one of the cheeses that are very different. But not liking "cheese", one of the food products with the widest range of tastes and textures, that can be used in so many ways? Prejudice or ignorance, surely!
04:11 AM - Apr 13, 2024
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Chris Puttick
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In response to Sarah L.
We had a 42kg retriever who wanted to be a lapdog. Also was very afraid of thunder, and in a storm would jump on the sofa and force himself behind whomever was sitting on it :D
12:58 AM - Apr 13, 2024
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Chris Puttick
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In response to dani.
12:56 AM - Apr 13, 2024
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Chris Puttick
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In response to eanybean.
Cue League of Gentlemen "alles klar?"
05:10 AM - Apr 11, 2024
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Chris Puttick
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In response to Larry with an i.
Garden waste is an extra, per wheelie bin, which is fair because (a) some don't have gardens, (b) modern houses barely have gardens, (c) some of us have rural ex-council houses with extensive (by UK standards) gardens and need more than 1 bin. Fortnightly collection £50 p.a./bin, the bins are FoC.
02:46 AM - Apr 11, 2024
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Chris Puttick
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In response to Chris Puttick.
They've had good recycling since we lived here c. 2006, and where we lived before in Manchester there was also some recycling (paper/card/metal). The poorer areas tended to be most resistant to recycling, one way or another, and Sheffield was fairly broken still end of the 90s (better now)
12:48 AM - Apr 11, 2024
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Chris Puttick
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In response to Larry with an i.
UK is per local authority. We live in West Oxfordshire, a top 3 performer for recycling in England; current system collects glass in one box, paper/card/metal/plastics in large wheelie bin, garden waste in another, food waste in a "caddy" (mini bin) and then a small wheelie bin for everything else.
12:45 AM - Apr 11, 2024
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Chris Puttick
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In response to Chris Puttick.
To be fair would be doing better but suffering from the culture wars and 8 years of having a government whose main policies were focused on damaging the economy and stoking fires of division.
02:28 AM - Apr 10, 2024
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Chris Puttick
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In response to Larry with an i.
UK waste per capita is declining - that's total by weight, presumably better packaging and stuff like the reusable shopping bags, with a recycling rate around 45% average (with some areas much higher, and poorer areas tending to be lower). Per capita landfill rate 162kg p.a.; could do better.
02:27 AM - Apr 10, 2024
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Chris Puttick
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In response to Elizabeth Boros Krywolt.
It wasn't visible in most of the world, geographically, and not visible to the huge majority of people in the world; Spoutible does come across as overly US-centric at times. That may be its intended market though.
02:47 AM - Apr 09, 2024
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Chris Puttick
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In response to Sarah L.
We've gone with a grow light to get them started (in the greenhouse) earlier.
01:08 AM - Apr 05, 2024
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Chris Puttick
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In response to Yimi_Kyrabo.
Such a warm winter here they've been turning up for while. Luckily so far I'd spotted them before they can start the next round...
10:31 AM - Apr 04, 2024
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