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  1. To be honest the forum section of Shetlink has been dying on it's backside for years. Lack of new and vocal contributors is part of the issue. When you see the same people dominating the conversation all the time you get bored with a place. Shetlink needs more people, Christ knows how you bring them in or bring old users back. If you don't like what Nullvoid has to say then you have two options. Firstly just don't respond to them and if that doesn't work for you then use the block function. Everyone has a right to an opinion but in some people you'll just never agree and there is nothing the
  2. That's confirmed cases, be plenty of folk that have had it and not died or suffered serious complications of it. The Chinese figures are probably closest to being correct and even they concede that they don't know exactly how many people have contracted it meaning their mortality rate is also higher than it should be.
  3. Still waiting on Boris Johnson being dead in a ditch, Mark Francois pointing at an exploding Britain and all the leave militia lynching MPs.
  4. Tell you what the wikipedia page says (clearly not written by a fan) that a man can try hard and fail but as long as he survives he can try and fail again.
  5. May's team ran the clock down, deliberately but I don't think it was to get the poor deal they got. The EU repeatedly warned us to get on with the negotiations but we pricked around and left it late in the day so get a deal that brexiteers couldn't stomach. Now we're sat in a situation where the brexiteers are trying to push through a no deal that remainers can't stomach and they've hamstrung the guy who finagled his way into the hot seat by removing what he believes is his big stick to beat the EU with. It's not a big stick though as anyone who even takes a passing interest in UK news can see
  6. It did have one for long enough, it got wrecked by grumpy farts getting overly emotional about not getting parked where they wanted in tesco and young folk trying their best to appear on the page because it wound up the aforementioned grumpy farts. These pages are rarely fun but a prime example of the passive aggression that gets displayed on social media.
  7. Fifty-two percent voted to leave. That's definite, more people wanted out than wanted in. Of course, those that wanted to stay in have not yet stopped whinging while making statements that are in no way factual. That hasn't been a problem for the remoaners, though. It appears that they continue to make farcical claims. That suggests that they are either uninformed, misinformed or - they're liars, out to get what they want in any way or form. How democratic. Christ George if you're going to quote someone at least make it in context. I didn't say it wasn't a definite result I said the choi
  8. The question was very clear, simple and concise. You've taken a consequence of the vote that wasn't definite. Nobody at any point told me that I was voting for either Hard Brexit or Nothing changing at all I always understood that there would have to be a negotiation and by voting for brexit I was voting for a largely unknown future deal.
  9. No need for the photos Nigel, I'm from Shetland and also work in civil engineering, I know what good and bad hardstandings look like. As for the demolished building car parks of Kent without actually seeing them it doesn't really surprise me they are firm since you've got hundreds of tonnes of hard material smashed and rolled out to make a hard base. None of this makes cycle lanes any cheaper though.
  10. Your car park would need to be around 5-600m2 to allow 2 dozen cars to park and manoeuvre in and out of spaces. The depth of stone would be more advisable at 2-300mm or it won't last. Stone is about 2.3tonne per m3. The substrate in Shetland may have a lot of loose stone or even a lot of rock but the soil can also be quite peaty which isn't good for building on top of. You should really excavate off the topsoil and lay the stone in it's place. I've yet to see anyone have a good outcome dumping a heap of stone on top of unexcavated soil. That's all for a impromptu car park for a cycle lane
  11. How did you arrive at less than £1000, if you reckon stone delivered is £35 a tonne and you'll need at least 600 tonnes of the stuff you're at £21k before you even put the digger bucket in the ground.
  12. It's amazing the positive vibes this shelter has already generated and will going forward Folks out for a wander get a shelter Alcoholics, smackheads and randy teens apparently get somewhere to do their activities Last but not least folk that like to complain about stuff have something to complain about.
  13. Just because the jury was selected doesn't mean certain media personalities (I use the term grudgingly as the swear filter won't let me outline my true feelings on Tommy Robinson) can't influence an outcome with aggressive "reporting".
  14. Maybe it's different where you come from but where I come from shooting someones animals is considered a little bit strange to put it mildly and I certainly wouldn't casually dismiss it or categorise it as no worse than keeping the rabbit population down.
  15. If I walk into the high court in London after blowing up the royal family and say I don't recognise the legitimacy of this court because I do not recognise this country after it left roman rule and only the state of Rome can try me for what I have done. Does that make their right to try me suddenly vanish because I questioned their legitimacy?
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