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Birmingham Chat / Re: Brum & Covid
« Last post by Scipio on Yesterday at 08:19:49 PM »
Scipio




at the end of the day building where you live or what you live in  does not really come in to it




remember when we lived in back to backs and we had not got a pot to pee in  but what we had got was respect  for each other s person and if they owned any thing it was good luck to them  so its the folk that have gone down hill   just look at this forum  and look at some of the comments to each other nothing to with the topic




Looking at your post Roy , I think your post has more credence , than  mine as you say people make the area not the buildings
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Birmingham Chat / Re: Brum & Covid
« Last post by roy one on Yesterday at 07:22:04 PM »
Scipio




at the end of the day building where you live or what you live in  does not really come in to it




remember when we lived in back to backs and we had not got a pot to pee in  but what we had got was respect  for each other s person and if they owned any thing it was good luck to them  so its the folk that have gone down hill   just look at this forum  and look at some of the comments to each other nothing to with the topic
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Birmingham Chat / Re: Brum & Covid
« Last post by Scipio on Yesterday at 07:09:51 PM »
Brum & Covid

at one time we was made of strong stuff but i think that gone away covid has made a change to to the way we deal with things to the way we think about each other a very dear friend of ours has had this covid but she was strong and put up a fight for life she now thinks different about life and what is important in life i have no wish to go in to brum        its not going to go away sorry  to say


Roy I think the strong spirit is still there , I think that covid and the over concreting of Birminigham has made it less attractive to born and bred Brummies . There is not a new building in Brum that I can say I think looks attractive .
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Birmingham Chat / Re: Brum & Covid
« Last post by Scipio on Yesterday at 07:04:32 PM »
yesterday popped in to tesco to get a bit of shopping i parked the car and a car pulled up next to me i was just sat there looking at the small list that i had to  i case i had forgot some thing i got out of my car to get a clean mask out of the boot  then A VOICE SHOUTED AT ME FROM THE DRIVER OF THE CAR NEXT TO ME WHERES YOUR FFFFFFING MASK OR ARE YOU DIFFRENT I WAS AT THE BOOT END OF MY CAR WITH THE BOOT OPEN  i then pulled out a mask and put it on     well the look he give me   i just give him a smile     has i do


Good for you Roy waste of time arguing with such numbties .
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Birmingham Chat / Re: WARNING
« Last post by Edmund Fifield on Yesterday at 04:38:08 PM »
DONT ANSWER THE MARRIAGE ALLOWANCE  ADD SUPPOSEDLY  FROM  THE  BENEFITS  AGENCY  THATS  APPEARING  ON THE FORUM ITS FROM AN ACCOUNTANCY  EXPERT NOT THE D W P.MIGHT BE A SCAM
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Birmingham Chat / Re: Brum & Covid
« Last post by Edmund Fifield on Yesterday at 04:33:17 PM »
ITS THEIR  TYPE THAT WANT A CORK NOT A MASK IN THE MOUTH
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Birmingham Chat / Re: Brum & Covid
« Last post by roy one on Yesterday at 03:49:35 PM »
yesterday popped in to tesco to get a bit of shopping i parked the car and a car pulled up next to me i was just sat there looking at the small list that i had to  i case i had forgot some thing i got out of my car to get a clean mask out of the boot  then A VOICE SHOUTED AT ME FROM THE DRIVER OF THE CAR NEXT TO ME WHERES YOUR FFFFFFING MASK OR ARE YOU DIFFRENT I WAS AT THE BOOT END OF MY CAR WITH THE BOOT OPEN  i then pulled out a mask and put it on     well the look he give me   i just give him a smile     has i do
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Birmingham Chat / Re: Brum & Covid
« Last post by Spud on Yesterday at 01:22:15 PM »
Spud,
A very good view of today's Burm. Unfortunately our cities will become like the smaller towns and villages ghost areas. And with Internet shopping on the increase the ghost cities won't recover.     :(     The only thing people will go to town for is for a coffee.
Thanks for your comments Fred. Sad about Brum. We could go to Solihull is closer but Brum Has that X Factor. My mate Umberto has opened an Italian Cafe just opposite Waitrose on Stratford  Rd so another option for our Expresso. But she likes to try on a few bits of ladies' clobber and I love to see her when she emerges from the Changing Rooms  in a a new dress or shoes. She has a lot to put up with living with me . Yep we buy on line most of my Music comes on line either down loads or a CD depending on the Artist. But  seeing her opening a parcel from the likes of Hobbs or Phase 8 is worth waiting for. I'll tell what really got up my nose on Saturday while we were waiting for our Train at Moor St a bunch of  lads got off a train no masks  just deliberately ignoring the use of Masks and not being challenge just ain't right. We will go again to Brum but give us a few weeks.
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Birmingham Chat / Re: Brum & Covid
« Last post by frederick on Yesterday at 10:00:58 AM »
Spud,
A very good view of today's Burm. Unfortunately our cities will become like the smaller towns and villages ghost areas. And with Internet shopping on the increase the ghost cities won't recover.     :(     The only thing people will go to town for is for a coffee.
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Birmingham Chat / Re: Brum & Covid
« Last post by roy one on August 08, 2020, 10:16:03 PM »
Brum & Covid

at one time we was made of strong stuff but i think that gone away covid has made a change to to the way we deal with things to the way we think about each other a very dear friend of ours has had this covid but she was strong and put up a fight for life she now thinks different about life and what is important in life i have no wish to go in to brum        its not going to go away sorry  to say
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