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1. krayker16 July 2010, 13:45 GMT +02:00

You can only change ONE letter, AND/OR rearrange the letters currently available. The first word is:

WINS

11762. xymonau29 December 2015, 15:29 GMT +01:00

If he has any brains, he'll stay in his North Pole

lair

and let the world get on without him

11763. Ayla8729 December 2015, 15:35 GMT +01:00

That would be a

fair

solution. But do you think that somebody who always walks around in red bathrobes has lots of brains?

11764. xymonau29 December 2015, 17:59 GMT +01:00

the world is

rife

with people who have poor taste in clothing and few brains, but sometimes there is an exception

11765. Ayla8730 December 2015, 6:22 GMT +01:00

We can learn from our experience in

life

that it is not always wise to judge someone by the appearance of his clothes.

11766. xymonau30 December 2015, 7:58 GMT +01:00

however

flee

the man with shopping bags tied to his coat and pant buttons (I know from experience!)

11767. Ayla8730 December 2015, 9:41 GMT +01:00

You mean the one with great

feet

11768. xymonau30 December 2015, 11:35 GMT +01:00

I

feel

we may know the same man

11769. gesinek30 December 2015, 11:45 GMT +01:00

You know people. I'm alittle bit scared I

meet

this mistery man when I go out for shopping (grocery)

11770. xymonau30 December 2015, 17:32 GMT +01:00

You won't. I once had a man arrive at the homeless place where I worked. He had about three layers of suit jackets on, and he had all these plastic grocery bags full of unspeakable things and excrement tied to each of the buttons, and on the buttons on his pants and on his belt. He refused to part with them. He handed us a filthy - and I mean utterly filthy - plastic container with a lid, and asked us to fill it with coffee. Inside, the dark slime was thick and black. We washed it and filled it. In the meantime, the only thing we could think of to get the bags was to offer him another jacket. He agreed, and went into our clothing room. But instead of taking off the jackets, he found one that would fit over the top of all the others, and when we tried again to offer clean bags instead of dirty, he became agitated. He agreed to get a new pair of socks, and our nurse sat on the ground trying to get them on his feet. He got frustrated with her and started hitting her around the head. So he ended up leaving with his bags of excrement, new socks and a jacket - in the middle of summer - and a flask of coffee. We should have called the police to have him taken to the hospital, but he was too coherent, and it is unlikely, under our mental health laws, that they would have done so. I ofeten wondered what happened to him. I'm sure he's dead now. That was in the late 90s, and he was elderly. Clearly had dementia, and also drank.

so the welfare

team

managed to fail him completely

11771. Ayla8731 December 2015, 7:50 GMT +01:00

When someone isn't willing to accept help, there is little you can do. I think he wouln't even take a

meal

Now - happy New Year to all of you!

11772. xymonau31 December 2015, 10:50 GMT +01:00

And to you and Gesine! (And any lurkers reading this!)

I

came

to the forum to post the winners of the comp

11773. gesinek31 December 2015, 12:08 GMT +01:00

I agree with Michael.

We have to look after our cats now, who don't come out of treir

cave

(our bed) because they are banging around with the crackers although it rains cats and dogs here.

Happy new year to you

11774. Ayla8731 December 2015, 12:49 GMT +01:00

I don't like the banging around. And there are silly amounts of money spent for the fireworks. I don't

care

for those firework-maniacs. As far as I'm concerned they may all bang their fingers off (which happens often enough).

11775. xymonau31 December 2015, 15:21 GMT +01:00

It is criminal the amount spent on fireworks. So many homeless and hungry people on the planet. Sydney spent $7 million on tonight. They could hold a new year lottery instead and give the winners $50,000 each. Think of the help that would be. I think it's a moral failing of our society, frankly.

a

race

to see who can make the prettiest spectacle

11776. gesinek31 December 2015, 17:20 GMT +01:00

Oh I don't have anything against the banging around or fireworks on New Years Eve. Let the people spend money for what they want - and I like that spectacle. As long as the same people don't say oh no I can't give money for the poor or homeless or refugees at our times. I can't effort it. that makes me crazy. They loose their

face

11777. xymonau1 January 2016, 7:52 GMT +01:00

today I have begun the say with simple

fare

I had a big feed of green grapes, and now my blood sugar is up, I can face the world again! Any new year resolutions?

11778. Ayla871 January 2016, 8:37 GMT +01:00

The bangig was quite heavy once again over here, but Mimi didn't show any sign of

fear

She even wanted to be let out on her terrace, so that she could defend her territory from all that noise, but we didn't let her out at midnight. This is usually a time to sleep. She shouldn't learn to wake us up and try to be let out during the nights.

No new year resolutions, we try to live as happy and healthy as possible anyhow.

11779. xymonau1 January 2016, 11:39 GMT +01:00

I agree re resolutions. Ropes of sand, most of them. Still, some find significant events are times when they feel more motivated to follow through.

the world is

rife

with promises that are likely to be broken very soon

11780. gesinek1 January 2016, 16:39 GMT +01:00

My first resolution was to make photos from the firework last night but it was so extremly foggy that we can't see each other when there were just 3 meters between us.

file

11781. xymonau1 January 2016, 18:12 GMT +01:00

That's disappointing.

fine

11782. Ayla872 January 2016, 9:41 GMT +01:00

I used the all-day-long fog to make some foggy lake photos.

Not

five,

only two.

11783. xymonau3 January 2016, 11:52 GMT +01:00

I

live

again

I was so sick this morning, with a post-op infection. I had to go to the hospital, and a few antibiotics later, I'm feeling so much better. I didn't think I could manage to drive there, but I did.

11784. gesinek3 January 2016, 13:56 GMT +01:00

I don't

like

to hear that. What went wrong?
Get well soon

11785. xymonau3 January 2016, 16:25 GMT +01:00

Not sure, but they didn't give me antibiotics this time when they usually do. I am feeling so much better. I would have gone to a GP, but I couldn't get an appointment. In this small town on a Sunday there are only two surgeries open, and each has only one doctor. So I went to the emergency room, where they see anyone who can't get in to a GP, as well as emergencies - and they were good. They triaged me in very quickly and the doctor was really nice and thorough. After a couple of hours, once the antibiotics had kicked in, the pain started to go and I began to feel a lot better. I've never had this problem before. Oh, well, that's life. And I'm continuing to feel better and better.

can't

kill

an old dog like me!

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