Piece of wood with castors on it to allow you to move heavy items around once placed upon it.
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It's been a lovely bank holiday weekend. After this little exchange, we decided to go up to the documentation centre at Obersalzberg for an hour or two. That's a misnomer; it's actually an epic crime scene and, even though the Eagle's Nest is closed (for I know not what), that well-filmed ledge is still very much in existence.
Looks like you woke up about the time I got to sleep. I've had a quick follow-up call from the local practice after my eConsult and have been prescribed the tablets I wanted, but what I want to know is when did my name end up on a celestial list that says "make sure he gets important phone calls or deliveries the second he's emptied his bowels "??
Two of my mates are secondary school teachers. Both male, both late fifties and both terrified at the thought of going into a confined space with a bunch of rutting teenagers. I can't believe that they're even contemplating opening schools.Malcolm Armsteen wrote: ↑Mon Jun 01, 2020 4:47 pmWell, it's been a day here at Armsteen Acres.
Can't say a lot due to confidentiality but we've had a big governors' meeting over the return of Year 6 on Thursday. I've spent the last 24 hours doing a lot of online research into the various points of view on schools returning - my conclusion is that they shouldn't - I think we are in the position of two naughty boys finding an unexploded shell and whacking it with a hammer to see what happens.
I used to do this shit for a living - now it knackers me!
It's 5G. There's a prophet called Corbyn on the twitters who'll blow your mind, man!
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