Speaking on The Sunday Show, London Energy Consulting chief executive David Cox said: “We’re going to be short of gas in Europe for this winter. That will drive prices potentially even higher.
“Not only that, we might be short of gas to the extent that we have blackouts, we don’t have enough gas to burn to make electricity, and that is a ser…[Read more]
I was asked last night what was in my black out kit.
A few books I’ve been meaning to read since 2005.
A solar phone charger that cost about a £20 from Argos
A landline phone thats been in the loft since I moved. ( I did test it and it still works).
A trangia cooking set that I brought in 1985, but I did pick up a bottle or two of meths fo…[Read more]
You still living with that twat or have you dump him yet? God only knows why you put up with him for so long, he’d bord the pants off drying paint
If you want to catch up be in forum 1 about 830-9pm on Sunday nite. I lurk in there just before the quiz
Money & shopping !!!
The electricity out and you think…. OK I’ll pop out and do a bit of shopping !!!
First of all the shops will close in a power cut including petrol stations. Its a health and safety thing.
The till’s are eletric and card readers too. Debit cards wont work.
Back in the 70’s people still used cash and tills like this…[Read more]
Your electronics and appliances can be vulnerable to outages and knowing how to care for them during power losses will help keep you safe and protect them from damage.
1. Unplug Appliances
Televisions, computer equipment, advanced technology washers and dryers, game consoles, fans, lights, etc., should be unplugged, especially if they were…[Read more]
This is a hard one to answer.
Lets start off with what will work if there a power cut.
You can still buy these types of phone and they will work.
These wont, they need electricity
Will my mobile phone still work? Its got a battery !
The cell phone masts need electricity and wont work in a power cu…[Read more]
Right now I think……
Trains are out
Felixstowe port is going strike
Council workers talking about action strike
Barristers are on strike
NHS is voting on strike action.
And this is only going to get worse.
Back in the 1980’s I took the pizz out of my Dad for keeping long life milk and tinned meat in the house. Buying 25kg b…[Read more]
I can’t believe this shit happending again. The last time was in the 70’s and things got really bad. For those of you too young to remember…. its going to be one hell of a shock.
In the comming months everyone needs to cut back. Electricity & gas prices will go up by a power of 5 or 6 ….so there warrning us.
What that mean?
Well if you’re…[Read more]
Stop buying liquid hand soap you planet killing bitch !!!
The question is simple: would you save up bits of old soap bars to make a new one?
Only if you had a mental disorder.
Why do it with liquid soap?
Unfortunately in the past year people have became soap…[Read more]
The numbers much higher than you think, not the small amount the government is claiming.
Under the family reunion rules, most arent being counted since there “joint claims or visa’s”.
An example would be: 2 sets of grandparents, mother, father, 2 kids under 18 = 1 visa.
I remember being told back in 2004 not to worry too much about…[Read more]
I’m started to get annoy with the whole Ukraine thingy.
750,000 have arrvied in UK since the war started. This is costing around £160 million per week. (Not including health care and education costs.)
The Ukraine’s who arrived here will never go back.
The government is also giving 1.3 billion pounds in military support and aid.
Boris Johns…[Read more]
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