things that make you smile

Discussion in 'Agricultural Matters' started by rob1, Aug 6, 2013.

  1. JCMaloney

    JCMaloney Member

    LE3 9EU
    Regularly pass by the factory on the Viking Challenge! (y):)
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  2. Oat

    Oat Member

    It took me a few seconds to notice. I hope they had a busy day on Wednesday:banghead:
  3. JP1

    JP1 Member

    Freddie just made his London scene complete with Big Ben in the background and the bus park in the foreground

    All done without any assistance or even knowledge until I was asked to come and look

    All this after seven hours out with me doing real jobs - he collects up the bits of muck I drop from the bucket as it spills across the planings in the yard and holds the gates open and the cattle back with my stick as I drive through now

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  4. Pan mixer

    Pan mixer Member

    Near Colchester
  5. simmy_bull

    simmy_bull Member

    North Yorkshire
    What's the out come cos the government don't seam to have a clue:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
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  6. JWL

    JWL Member

    People keep asking me where I'm going to be in 3 years time!

    How am I supposed to know, I don't have 2020 vision!
  7. Pan mixer

    Pan mixer Member

    Near Colchester
    I am just about to start reading it, if it throws any light I will hand it on to our MP when I see him next
  8. Peter

    Peter Member

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  9. T Bourne

    T Bourne Member

    My 7 month old "helping" in the garden, getting totally grubby and loving it. IMG_20170108_191032831.jpg
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  10. T Bourne

    T Bourne Member

    Is that sawdust Hockwood?
  11. Oat

    Oat Member

    if so, is it the type you add to your orange juice to make it appear it contains natural bits?;)
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  13. Fromebridge

    Fromebridge Member

    Must be a massive diesel spillage somewhere.
  14. jellybean

    jellybean Member

    If this has been on before please forgive me.

  15. JP1

    JP1 Member

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  16. JP1

    JP1 Member

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  17. JP1

    JP1 Member


    Obama. 8 Years.
    Exactly eight years ago I got a small black and white pony who needed a new name, and the United States of America got a new President. The President was black and white and it was the least relevant thing about him. The pony was black and white, and again it was the least relevant thing about him. So the world acquired a second Obama. I admired both of them then, I admire both now.[​IMG]

    In eight years I cannot remember a moment when I regretted naming my pony Obama. I was never embarrassed or ashamed of the name. The President and his family, behaved with honour. In modern politics, that alone makes President Obama stand out.


    Let us hope the President Obama can start a new tradition of honourable Presidents. But tradition tends to favour the powerful, and those who have been powerful for years. New ideas and new people are not loved by tradition. Both Obamas have suffered from tradition. The President because Presidents are traditionally white, and my Obama, because I broke with tradition.


    Traditionally, the countryside is not accessible to people who use wheelchairs. Beaches are not traditionally accessible to people who use wheelchairs. Tradition blocks so much. Obamacare, gun control, judging people as people and allowing people who use wheelchairs to enjoy the countryside.


    Type “wheelchair access Exmouth Beach” into Google, go to Images, you will see what Obama has done. Nobody else is taking people who use wheelchairs onto the beach. But it isn’t traditional, so it can’t be a good idea, can it?


    I hope that the future will look back on the work of both Obama’s and admire it. It would make a change.
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  18. Philip Watkins

    South Salop
    Like to know if the cow got up.

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