Happy New Year

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  1. sensiblegreeny

    sensiblegreeny Well-Known Member
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    I've just been looking up the time difference with various parts of the World that some of our posters reside in.

    Happy New Year already to hp-bedoboy who should by now have downed his last glass of whatever is his poison, kissed anything that moves in a skirt or trouser suit (in the interests of equality) and be off to bed either on his own or accompanied.

    AWAYINBC however has another 8 and a bit hours to go for his New Years treats. I won't be up at that time of his morning so Happy New Year when it arrives. Give the bears a big smacker from me (and then run like feck).

    As for the rest of us normal people who live solely by UK time. We aren't going to be part of Europe soon so I think we should adopt that stiff upper lip British thing and have our own celebration no matter what. Just in case I'm not awake when it happens in just over half an hour's time, I've had a glass or one, I hope everyone has a very happy and properous New Year and only good things happen in 2019.
     
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    Ditto.....<bubbly>.....:emoticon-0169-dance.
     
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    Happy New Year all.....all we want is 3pts. right!
    Don't remember getting any kisses but woke up half naked in the armchair bloody freezing...good job the other half is in Canada for the winter as she wouldn't have been too impressed
     
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    She not visiting...Away in BC....over there....he's a crafty one ....plus his bears.
     
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    Never know but she has a stuffed bear in front room...kind of scary!
     
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  6. AWAY IN BC

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    Leave my Bears alone they are sleeping, hopefully not in my woodshed.
    So, the Wife is in Canada, on the West Coast or East Coast, damn cold where ever she is.
     
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    Brampton, Ontario....and yes bloody cold there and was their about 5 yrs. ago when they had that ice storm trying to drive to Niagara Falls but worth it in the end...lol.
    Her son has a tag, special permit for hunting bears at certain times and uses a bow to kill and quite good at it by all accounts.
     
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    I hope they arm the bears and make it fair then. I'm not against hunting as such but do object to killing soething for killing sake. Kill it, cook it, eat it and that's ok. Just kill it for fun and recreation is a no for me.
     
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    I think the killing of Bears is outlawed here in BC.
     
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    I think the Bear has an advantage over the Human in a fight contest, i think this year it's Bear 6 - 0 over the Humans.
     
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    Good on the bears I say. It's their woods after all.
     
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    Brampton the birthplace of many a Ice Hockey Player.
     
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    Im' always on the lookout for them and see them in the distance
    It's the one you don't see that will get you.
    My favorite animal plus the Polar Bear.
    I do carry Pepper Spray and sometimes my Hand Gun.
     
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    A roll of toilet paper might come in handy as well BC.............not for the bears either.
     
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    Maybe it is everywhere in Can/US for hunting in general but they have to cull a certain amount every year in some areas as to keep the deers, moose etc in healthy numbers for humans to eat in the wilderness or something close to that description. Again the special license only given to very few hunters.
     
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    Not seen them play but Toronto Maple Leafs are doing well at moment.
     
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