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toad - on 15 Apr 2019

My news feed says teresa is walking in the dolgellau area for easter. I do hope she picks up a few ticks on rhinog fawr if she's heading that way. I'm assuming a night on cadair idris wont make her rhyme any more convincingly

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timjones - on 15 Apr 2019
In reply to toad:

I hope that the ticks you refer to are a few quick routes on a local crag.

Lyme disease is a particularly unpleasant thing to wish upon anyone regardless of your own political foibles.

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leon 1 on 15 Apr 2019

In reply to Agreed about Lyme disease being a horrible thing to wish on anyone However if a tick did bite her would it leave her or remain ? 

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mullermn - on 15 Apr 2019
In reply to leon 1:

Doesn’t the head or jaws come off leaving a sort of half-in half-out state that’s generally regarded as bad news for the biteee but terrible news for the tick?

Theresa will feel right at home. Bites mean bites!

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mullermn - on 15 Apr 2019
In reply to toad:

She’s been sighted!  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVlhMGQgDkY&t=00m18s

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timjones - on 15 Apr 2019
In reply to leon 1:

> In reply to Agreed about Lyme disease being a horrible thing to wish on anyone However if a tick did bite her would it leave her or remain ? 

I believe that if left to their own devices they leave quietly, alone and with little fuss. It gets messy when someone tries to force them to leave.

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toad - on 15 Apr 2019
In reply to timjones:

Nah. Given the chances of infection are fairly remote, thats a faux  sanctimonious jibe. I hope she gets a slight infection that will leave her with an itchy scab for a few weeks which is by far the most likely outcome

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Gordon Stainforth - on 15 Apr 2019
In reply to toad:

I'd much prefer it if some healthy exercise, and good mountain air, were to clear her stupid, befuddled head a bit, and make her see something of her own folly ... but I fear, given just how obstinately pig-headed she is, and her inability to absorb fresh ideas and question her own, it's a forlorn hope. 

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ripper - on 16 Apr 2019
In reply to toad:

I wouldn't want to be her husband if they come to an unexpected fork in the path, and she can't decide whether to turn to the left or the right...

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Harry Jarvis - on 16 Apr 2019
In reply to Gordon Stainforth:

> I'd much prefer it if some healthy exercise, and good mountain air, were to clear her stupid, befuddled head a bit, and make her see something of her own folly ... but I fear, given just how obstinately pig-headed she is, and her inability to absorb fresh ideas and question her own, it's a forlorn hope. 

I seem to recall that she went on a similar walking holiday at the same time in 2017, having said many times before the holiday that she wouldn't be calling a general election, only to return from holiday, so refreshed and revitalised that she decided that a general election would, after all, be a good idea. I'm not sure she got the outcome she hoped for. 

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wercat on 16 Apr 2019
In reply to Gordon Stainforth:

Surround her with a UKC Talking Group and convince her of her wrongs

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subtle on 16 Apr 2019
In reply to wercat:

> Surround her with a UKC Talking Group and convince her of her wrongs

It would have to be a virtual surrounding then  - actual physical meetings/picnics of UKC members was so last decade - and as for UKC convincing anyone of their wrongs, well, there's not much of evidence of it on the forum

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The Lemming - on 16 Apr 2019
In reply to Gordon Stainforth:

> I'd much prefer it if some healthy exercise, and good mountain air, were to clear her stupid, befuddled head a bit, and make her see something of her own folly ...

Last time the Maybot had a walking holiday, she called a General Election.

Here's hoping for something just as politically disastrous.

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JJ Krammerhead III - on 17 Apr 2019
In reply to toad:

She obviously enjoys time in a hostile environment 

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