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Lost in France

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    Rennes, France
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    Powerboat driving, trying to fly RC helicopters, travel
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    Landrover Freelander 2 2. 2 S BVA
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  1. Lots of reasons, selfish, ignorant, they think they are invincible, don't care about anyone else, it's not as bad as the annual flu etc. etc. Not helped by the mixed messages from the press.
  2. Although I hate to say it, I completely agree.
  3. If it's the standard BMFA insurance, that's mainly third party cover. It's a given that model aircraft will suffer damage at some point.
  4. A friend and his wife had booked a VERY expensive holiday to India who were due to arrive there a few hours before India closed its borders. His travel insurance company told him that they would not pay out if he cancelled the trip, so they arrived, spent 2 nights locked-down in their hotel before getting a Business Class flight back to the UK. The insurance paid for the hotel, flights and give him full compensation for the total cost of the holiday, they could have saved the hotel and flight costs if they had allowed him to cancel in the UK.
  5. As someone said about me a couple of days ago, I have never, ever agreed with anything bessacarr425 has said before but I agree wholeheartedly with this one.
  6. Grandpa Steve was offered a full refund, which is more than they have to offer now, so I would say he was lucky
  7. I used something similar to the above one and stuck it on with Cyanoacrylate (superglue).
  8. While that's what your couple would do, some (many?) will carry on as normal and there is no way for the authorities to differentiate between the two groups.
  9. Thanks, you're not the first to say that, although it's usually followed by "you know, sarcasm is the lowest form of wit"
  10. I think the idea is that we should stand (physically) divided
  11. He had already done that. I believe it was because "Individuals minding their own business and not interacting with anyone else, and therefore no risk whatsoever", were in the main not vitus experts and couldn't be trusted.
  12. It doesn't offend me, while you (and I) practiced what we consider excellent hygiene, it's possible that it isn't enough and many others don't, so it has to be forced upon the populace. Just because Johnson doesn't want to trash the economy and introduce a 'lock down', he will have to eventually, unfortunately the delay has put lives in risk. With regard to shops, our local shops limit the number of people inside at any one time and have floor markings at the tills and deli counters to indicate the required separation. What was the reason then?
  13. That's your reason, someone else's reason maybe because they fancy getting away, neither are essential.
  14. It's attitudes like that which have forced the French Government to introduce a lock-down, with very limited reasons to leave our house. These reason have to be given on a form and the form carried with you when you go out, with fines for those who don't. The sooner the UK Government grow some and introduce the same measures as the majority of the rest of the world, the sooner this will be over.
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