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    Lunch was scrambled eggs on Warburton's malted grain bread.

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      Originally posted by ladymuck View Post
      Inneresting! I stand corrected!

      The excuse I was given for not accepting it is obviously not a universal issue.
      They're quite good about recycling round here. We were allowed to mix stuff up - glass, paper, cans and what-have-you all in the same bag - years before other places. Oh, and envelopes with windows were allowed when other places still wouldn't accept them

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        All goes in the blue bin, here.
        Entropy is NOT what it used to be.
        Inertia, however........................

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          Originally posted by NickFitz View Post
          They're quite good about recycling round here. We were allowed to mix stuff up - glass, paper, cans and what-have-you all in the same bag - years before other places. Oh, and envelopes with windows were allowed when other places still wouldn't accept them
          Do you do food recycling?

          I do though lots of people around here don't bother.
          "You’re just a bad memory who doesn’t know when to go away" JR

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            Originally posted by SueEllen View Post
            Do you do food recycling?

            I do though lots of people around here don't bother.
            I would but I can't. It's only on offer to about 4,000 households in properties that aren't shared (i.e. flats) with space out the front to put the special bin.

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              Originally posted by ladymuck View Post
              I would but I can't. It's only on offer to about 4,000 households in properties that aren't shared (i.e. flats) with space out the front to put the special bin.
              In other words your council can't be bothered to talk to the other councils, where people also live in flats in an urban environment, to sort out their recycling...
              "You’re just a bad memory who doesn’t know when to go away" JR

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                Would it be uncouth to start on the gin? I have a two hour meeting (the start time of which has been put back by 15 minutes) to walk a stakeholder through requirements they have stalled on signing off for the past three months. They initially wanted category owners to agree they were happy so they could just tick a box. It turned out last week that they now wanted a detailed walkthrough, which I'd offered last year but was told it would be too time consuming.

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                  Originally posted by ladymuck View Post
                  Would it be uncouth to start on the gin? I have a two hour meeting (the start time of which has been put back by 15 minutes) to walk a stakeholder through requirements they have stalled on signing off for the past three months. They initially wanted category owners to agree they were happy so they could just tick a box. It turned out last week that they now wanted a detailed walkthrough, which I'd offered last year but was told it would be too time consuming.

                  Nope.
                  "You’re just a bad memory who doesn’t know when to go away" JR

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                    Originally posted by SueEllen View Post
                    Do you do food recycling?

                    I do though lots of people around here don't bother.
                    We don't have it in this neighbourhood, and I'm not sure if they do anywhere in the city. But sometimes they introduce such things gradually in a couple of areas first, to iron out any wrinkles. And it's possible they assume all flat-dwellers just live on pizza and ready meals so there's no point introducing it here

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                      As the afternoon is dry and a quite mild 10°C, and even showing a few patches of blue sky, the walk has been briskly walked and the green ring closed

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