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Twitcher

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  1. Sorry to sound thick, what's zero fill please?
  2. Thinking of parting with an older Fujitsu laptop as this has now been replaced. Should I remove and destroy the hard drive just in case data could be stolen? Would it be saleable?
  3. I saw him last year, he was waiting on a corner near to the train station and I spotted him stood on a corner, as I went in his direction I pipped my horn and waved, he looked at me and gave me a smile and a nod as if to say 'reight' made my day it did!
  4. Anyone had experience of this vile ransom encrypting virus. Currently considering spyhunter to eradicate?
  5. Exactly... As someone who was an RSPB member I just wanted a local number as as far as I could see this was fast becoming a sad situation. And is was a Sparrowhawk...so glad it's free now
  6. Yes, it was (eventually) captured by the RSPCA, took them over a day to come out the bird which was a sparrowhawk by the way was left overnight in the shop and was very distressed, happy ending though glad it escaped. I reckon it was after the pigeons at moorfoot and it misjudged and ended up in there poor thing. ---------- Post added 03-03-2016 at 17:36 ---------- I was very disappointed in the RSPB response when I phoned them his response was 'what do you want me to do about it I'm based in Essex'
  7. Angel I'd have a hard time persuading them for that, personally I m an advocate for Skiathos cats but that wouldn't wash!
  8. I work for a large organisation, at our team meeting it was discussed about charities etc and I suggested could we have a box to collect pet food as we never ever collect for animal charities and it so annoys me so.... I know we have a few charities on here that post and I need ideas to put to colleagues on whom to donate our collection to it would/could be for both cats and dogs/small animals. Also is there a charity that helps older people with donations of food for their pets as someone at work said that older people sometimes struggle to pay for food etc? Thanks in advancex
  9. Please can someone help and advise me. We have a mature Ash tree on the pavement directly outside my house which has received the' death warrant' notice on it I also had a letter pushed through stating it's removal on 21 September. This tree is lifting the pavement and has caused damage to our boundary wall BUT is the only tree near me for birds (including a woodpecker) and I am upset it's being removed. I think my main concern is land 'heave' the opposite to subsidence as the tree is huge and I am sure it's removal will cause problems. Why oh why couldn't they just manage these trees, saplings are not and never will be (not in my lifetime) a replacement. Why can't these trees be pollarded? I phoned Amey and am promised a call back from an arbourist next week What would you do? What can I do, no one else is bothered as it doesn't affect them directly.
  10. Due to public demand on their forum it has now been removed!
  11. Yes, it's just annoying having to prove I am not a robot....
  12. Cressida it's so frustrating, especially if you go in a few times a day and the photos are awful, whoever thought up this crazy idea wants shooting
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