Which is an admission of malpractice.
I gather that the lad has apologised. I think he was said to be in remorse.
Are there any other aspects of my post you wish to comment on?
I would be taking Sean's mind off the business rather than focussing it upon it.
Mostly the NHS, that's the problem though, because an apology is an admission that something went wrong, not necessarily malpractice, the NHS won't give it.
The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers
@Barry The Mod,
Don't go all the way to Manchester Baz, otherwise you'll miss me at Stockport station.
Only kidding, we're going there too, later.
You'll find a weekend is not enough. I hope the weather gods are kind.
They should send the big boy home for a time, with a copy of Tom Brown's Schooldays
, and instructions to closely read it.
Extravagant pageant on the Thames for the Diamond Jubilee of Her Madge.
God bless 'er.
If you're outside of this blessed plot, this sceptred isle, you might not be able to open this link, sorry. It'll be on your TV news, though, Sunday.
Hello Iz. Thinking of you and sweet S. Thoughts and prayers stay with you.
Hello to the crew as well! Have a great weekend.
Hi mismi, wishing you and yours also a great weekend.
Izzie hope all is well at the Moors and S-boy is healing well.
Thank you for the interesting link McTag. Will be watching all the festivities on our TV.
Waves from downunder.
for the travellers and picnic'ers in the crowd
for the wits and the well read in the crowd
Our star lady jockey rode Open Water in the first race at Epsom: The Queen's Diamond Jubilee Handicap Stakes. She finished 4th so I presume the Temple of Isis will have to remain closed for a while yet.
@Barry The Mod,
Guest now safely despatched southwards, after a heapin' helpin' of northern culture- racing pigeons, whippets, flat caps and mufflers, chimneys and smoke, fish & chips with mushy peas, leeks, rhubarb, brown ale, and Uncle Joe's Mint Balls.
He can supervise the flotilla on the Thames tomorrow. Greetings from Petty Officer McTag and the cabin boy.
Ebeth, so love Wind in the Willows!
So we have put our flags out! Ha~! looking very patriotic!
I am suffering with my back yet again! I had a lovely lie in, then we walked the dogs and played frisbee! Even tried running, but I can not lift my leg very well to run anymore, must be a trapped nerve! Then got Sgirls dressing table and book case down stairs to outside and painted it gold! Now really suffering with my back! Wanted to go to a wedding do but can not face sitting too long to drive there! So staying here with my lovely children! Got some wine and trying to chill! Sooooo feel like a Fag!! Has been 5 weeks!! Tis hard this giving up milarky!
We are going to watch the celebration on TV tomorrow for the Queen! Long live the queen!! Ha!
hugs and stuff to all X
Hi annis, sorry to hear about your back and leg troubles, maybe to much exercise at once for a 'young' body.
I like your remedy of a chiiled wine, cheers, and my compliments for staying of the cigarettes, well done.
Your celebrations will be beamed into our living rooms so will be able to enjoy the celebrations with you.
Waves from downunder.
I'm with annis, ehBeth.
It's been a long time since I have been to Spring Willow in Virginia.
Holding love and good thoughts for Izzie and SBoy.
I’m absolutely mortified and flummoxed in equal measure over Shakespeare’s maladroit usage of gender.
Now I know over the past few weeks in America, arguments about gender and sex and identity have been buzzing all around us. Gay marriage is now not just a liberal principle but a liberal piety - and one knows a piety from a principle because even those who oppose it have to pretend to honour its core point.
My core pieties rest both on the necessities of sexual diversity in all things and that all prejudice of any kind is always wrong… but that bed tricks and iambic pentameter are inherently virtuous.
In any case, there was Henry V on the table, and I arrived at Canterbury's famous speech on how the well regulated kingdom is like a bee hive. You know the one:
‘They have a king and officers of sorts;
Where some, like magistrates, correct at home,
Others, like merchants, venture trade abroad,
Others, like soldiers, armed in their stings,
Make boot upon the summer's velvet buds,
Which pillage they with merry march bring home
To the tent-royal of their emperor;
Who, busied in his majesty’ – yabber, yabber etc…
Well, you can well imagine my angst; how could Shakespeare know that much about the division of bee-labour, the drones and the workers and the rest, and not know that the big bee in the centre was - a girl bee?
Why make the top bee a king, and emperor, especially as Queen Elizabeth I was monarch at the time?
Checking with Virgil's Georgics, and sure enough, there too, the queen bee is transgendered, dressed up as a king bee - this despite some lovely stuff about how the bee-moms take care of the bee-kids.
To bee or not to bee– Shakespeare
To do is to bee– Nietzche
To bee is to do– Sartre
Do bee do bee do– Sinatra
If you would like to find out more about the plight of Tasmanian Beekeepers and Goat herders, check with Kel as I think I gave her all the details.
I hope the Captain and the Fruit of her Loins are both doing well and the young man is on the road to recovery. I am a supporter of private edukation being a product of said system, and look how well I turned owt! (((((IZ)))))
Get well soonest Tulip, it sounds like you could do with the services of a good chiropractor; I used to sing in a choir, so if I can be of any assistance…
Sweet Missy, remember Matthew 21:21 And Jesus answered, “Truly, I say to you, if you have faith and do not doubt, you will not only do what has been done, but even if you say to this mountain, ‘Be taken up and thrown into the sea,’ it will happen.”
Accept the new challenges of your projects, “Be strong and courageous. Do not fear or be in dread of them, for it is the LORD your God who goes with you. He will not leave you or forsake you.” Deuteronomy 31:6
I would also like to take the opportunity to set the record straight when I published the salaries:
Senior software engineer $132,503
Product manager $130,143
User interface engineer $129,136
Machine learning engineer $123,379
Engineering manager $123,379
Research scientist $123,308
Network engineer $121,500
Business development manager $115,000
Software engineer $111,562
Introductory software engineer $100,000
These trifling amounts do NOT relate to A2K salary pay scales – they are from: Facebook-employee-pay-packets-revealed.
Please do not write me, but if you have Pro Bono time check the notice board in reception.
God Save the Queen of England.
Thank you and have a good life.
Hi mismi, have you heard from our Captain? No news perhaps is good news. All well downunder on this cold monday morning. All well in Dixieland?