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    Friday 15th November

    We have true call blocker on the phone so these days those calls are stopped. Prior to that Alan used to have great fun winding them up and of course they target those with Windows (we use Linux). I told someone once I didn't have a computer, she said what about a laptop...Eerrr No, or a...
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    Friday 15th November

    Good morning all, what another cold day and what a variety of weather UK wide too. Just back from the post office which is in the Coop shop so of course I had to browse in there and come back with some goodies including fresh baked rolls soon be lunch time!
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    Anyone know of Senegal or Jardine breeders

    I agree Meyers are very nice parrots.
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    Anyone know of Senegal or Jardine breeders

    Entirely up to you. But when we bred Senegals prospective new keepers came a couple of times to visit before we were happy to let them go to their new homes. Every breeder is different though. Doing it our way the Senegals chose their new family which seemed to work out the best.
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    Anyone know of Senegal or Jardine breeders

    :welcome: I do think the Parrot Society is your best bet, but is members know of someone I am sure they will along and say.
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    Parrot Xmas Tree

    It wasn't me.
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    Christmas Ads - Waitrose & Sainsburys - hope the links work

    Must say I did not like Sainsburys one.
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    Thursday 14th November 2019

    @Kendra You need a friend with an OCD on cleaning to visit and when she/he's done send them here please.
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    Asda & Aldis Christmas Ads

    I always prefer the Famous Grouse ad !
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    Asda & Aldis Christmas Ads

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    Thursday 14th November 2019

    Looks like you had a screw loose - should I say become loose in the plug and as they are sealed you cannot check.
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    Thursday 14th November 2019

    Oh my goodness thank goodness you were there.
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    Thursday 14th November 2019

    It is Prostate-specific antigen PSA for short, it is a blood test that shows whether you are likely to have prostate cancer, any man can ask his GP for one. The higher the number the more risky it is.
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    Thursday 14th November 2019

    Let's hope it has not spread further Michael. You will get the very best treatment and support. In 8-10 weeks Alan will have a PSA test then see the consultant for results too see how things went. The grade he has is incurable but controllable.
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