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Re: ESA Assessment (24th Dec 11 at 7:10pm UTC)
I think you'll find it's like it all over Howie. It certainly is here. Safe journey home.
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Re: ESA Assessment (24th Dec 11 at 7:49pm UTC)
Makes for a better Christmas when you do not have a load of hassle to face in the New Year {Smile}
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Re: ESA Assessment (24th Dec 11 at 10:48pm UTC)
Got home ok, seemed so wierd driving on empty roads through the city though.
Apart from the odd taxi (who still managed to cut me up with last min lane change {Kiss} )
Watching American x factor now, dont have a clue who will win.
Theyre all good
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Re: ESA Assessment (24th Dec 11 at 11:35pm UTC)
The good thing about taxis is if you crash into one it will be their fault because nobody would believe they were driving normally {Grin}
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Re: ESA Assessment (24th Dec 11 at 11:52pm UTC)
Good point {Smile}
Yay, Melanie Amaro just won the 5 million dollar contract on american x factor {Smile}
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Re: ESA Assessment (24th Dec 11 at 11:57pm UTC)
They had sent me the same form this year, my reply put me onto the support group too, thanks to having talked with Ian and Ray first.

Although the fact I'm dying helps a lot Howie, as I've also motor neurone disease
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Re: ESA Assessment (27th Dec 11 at 12:02am UTC)
Well, i guess dying might score you a few extra points Chris {Embarassed} {Embarassed} {Embarassed}
Just a bit crap you aint gonna recover {Lips Sealed} {Lips Sealed}
Least they wont be hounding you as much {Wink} {Wink}
Not much of a consolation though {Rolleyes} {Rolleyes}
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Re: ESA Assessment (27th Dec 11 at 12:09am UTC)
Chased for every penny http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2076358/HMRC-let-big-firms-25bn-taxes-As-families-chased-penny.html
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Re: ESA Assessment (28th Dec 11 at 3:14am UTC)
Thanks for the link Ian {Smile}
Good news is
No mention of small pebbles {Wink}
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Re: ESA Assessment (28th Dec 11 at 10:38am UTC)
The clue to when they are after the pebble is when you are stigmatised for being able to afford one {Unsure}
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Re: ESA Assessment (28th Dec 11 at 6:55pm UTC)
oops, didnt think bout that {Sad}
Cant i do a living will or something {Confused}
If so, i could surreptitiously bequeath all my worldly wealth.(my small pebble being the only thing of worth)
To a beloved family member, ie Tesla my hamster {Wink}
As i only have a wife and two daughters {Sad}
Hope they wont contest the will though {Rolleyes} {Rolleyes}
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Re: ESA Assessment (28th Dec 11 at 8:32pm UTC)
Just a thought but if your pebble was a resident of Jersey only visiting {Wink} it's tax haven status and ability to return to a place out of reach of HMRC may help {Rolleyes}
It would be an offshore pebble {Grin}
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Re: ESA Assessment (29th Dec 11 at 1:21am UTC)
Aha, like the way you thinking Ian {Wink} {Wink} {Wink}
However, my hamster has shown a great deal of interest in my pebble {Shocked} {Shocked} {Shocked} {Shocked}
So much so, i now fear for my life {Cry}
I reckon hamster is planning to smother me, with some help from my wife, 2 daughters, next door neighbours, the postman [eyes too close together for my liking]
So, if next time i post on forum that i have indeed been done away with,
You may lay claim to my small pebble, {Rolleyes} {Rolleyes} {Rolleyes} {Rolleyes}
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Re: ESA Assessment (29th Dec 11 at 1:22am UTC)
Oh,forgot to say, you cannot cash it in, nor can you sell it on ebay
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Re: ESA Assessment (30th Dec 11 at 12:25am UTC)
At least you can cage a hamster without much trouble {Rolleyes} the others now that is a problem if they are plotting a coup for the pebble known as the philosophers stone {Shocked}
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Re: ESA Assessment (30th Dec 11 at 1:33am UTC)
Due to some cloak and dagger type meetings, my hamster is now my allie {Smile}
I gave him a yoghurt drop, so now he loves me without any doubts {Wink}
I have paid my wife off with a bottle of youth dew by estee lauder, so she loves me as well {Smile}
My daughters are no longer a threat, as they are looking fwd to putting me in a home when the time comes. A home far far away from here i think.
The neighbours are no longer in the picture, as they seem to be very busy debating something i know nothing about {Smile}
Well, i do really cos these walls are paper thin and the glass trick does work {Wink}
This only leaves the shifty looking postman, but im training my hamster to attack, so no threat there {Wink}
I can now sleep safely again {Smile}
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Re: ESA Assessment (14th Jan 12 at 12:16am UTC)
Inaccuracies dog 'fit to work' test

http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2012/jan/10/atos-wca-citizens-advice-right-first-time?CMP=twt_gu
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Re: ESA Assessment (15th Jan 12 at 12:52am UTC)
Hmm wonder if Tesla could get a job.
He sleeps a lot during the day, so nightshifts should be ok.
He is an expert sunflower seed sheller, a very proficient wheel runner and is very handy for cleaning crumbs up.
He is very happy to receive two yoghurt drops as his daily treat and is very good at looking cute.
Any ideas re possible jobs or offers of suitable employment would be most welcome.
He must be able to work at home though, as a long commute is not an option {Grin} {Grin}
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Re: ESA Assessment (15th Jan 12 at 11:09am UTC)
As long as young Tesla can touch his toes he is fit for work so an entrepreneur with his own business empire able to work from a home office. Generating electricity from his wheel running, recycling anything which needs breaking down into small pieces, running an offshore hedge fund. {Smile}
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Re: ESA Assessment (15th Jan 12 at 5:03pm UTC)
 
running an offshore hedge fund. {Smile}


He'd probably eat the hedge {Tongue Out}
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