Chris. 37. All views my own.

Joined May 2019
The older I get the more I understand why Chief Tyrol @theaarondouglas ultimately chose to bugger off and live in the middle of nowhere away from people.
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I propose knocking down the Dome and replacing it with a nature reserve, giving humans and animals a place in London by the river where they can enjoy the fresh air. It will be called the O2.
Spent some time at the in-laws farm. Did tractoring.
This. Loughborough has been ruined by the uni and robbed of its heritage. A proud history, long before the 60s when the uni was founded. Slowly losing all visible evidence of a proud industrial and market town.
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Shoddy reporting in the first paragraph. Not surprising from @BBCNews. The Broads are NOT a National Park, no matter what Packman told you.…
Hey @NationalHways question for you: what do you actually do? You seem great at putting cones out, closing lanes and causing massive tailbacks, but not so good at actually doing works. Honestly, what are you playing at on the M1? 3 lanes closed for 2 blokes working on the verge!
And to top it off you've blocked access to the only smoking area and provided no alternative. I know the weather's not great, I know you have certain laws to comply with, but so far there are a lot of problems that lie solely with you.
Finally. My pregnant wife forced to squeeze out of the car with no space thanks to the Chelsea tractor your guy parked on the line next to us. All that for a cheap price of nearly 200 quid return. Pretty dreadful really.
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Finally finished watching @JeremyClarkson new series on @primevideouk and learnt many things, including sheeps are absolute wankers. And also that farming is harder and infinitely more heart breaking than I could have possibly imagined. Will be taking the #Jaaag to DS Shop soon!
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Animals interrupting wildlife photographers. A thread: 1. 📸 Dan Dinu
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Can we please just hide Peston away somewhere? Pretty please.
I could name more than a few.
Word of the Day is 'snollygoster' (19th century, US): one who abandons all integrity in favour of power.
"We light a candle, stand for a minute’s silence, we say a psalm, usually 23 or 121, we pray and we say the Lord’s Prayer. And I think it is very right we are here." Rev Mia Kyte Hilborn writes from the front-line of the Coronavirus pandemic.…
Faced with a choice between hope and fear, I choose hope every day of the week. I’ve treated cancer patients for almost 50 years now - you learn that fear will eat you from the inside out if you let it. We have to see the light at the end of the tunnel, and there is one.
I stayed home today, for a change. I actually enjoy being trapped at home. I've been in the army for 18 years, for the last 4 years I've been "taken" but not living at home. The chance to be trapped at home is one I'm enjoying, at least for now. #COVID2019 #StayHomeSaveLives
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As we end week 2 of the lockdown, I’ve been thinking about Osama Bin Laden. He was stuck in his house with three wives for five years. I’m beginning to wonder if he called in those Navy Seals himself.
The farewell you get when you're sacked for looking after your crew.
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The worst situation in life is to not have a partner on a PFT and have the PTI counting your press ups
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I swear if Boris went on TV and said the Earth is round, Ch4, Sadiq Khan, Jezza and the other dreary usual suspects would bleat "Can we have clarification on that"
LCpl Gillon Repatriation. I fear the current global situation means that the loss of LCpl Brodie Gillon hasn’t got the recognition she deserves. Deploying to #Iraq wasn’t her day job, she volunteered as a British Army Reserve. Please take a moment to think of her friends & family
Repatriation of L Cpl Brodie Gillon ⁦@RAFBrizeNorton⁩ taking place today - ⁦@BritishArmy⁩ reserve Combat Medical Technician killed in rocket attacks at Camp Taji in #Iraq . She was 26 years old