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Sometimes prevention is the best option. What's better if stabbing yourself in the eye hurts? Take painkillers, or stop stabbing yourself in the eye?
All I asked was does someone know a good way to locate your phone after you've misplaced it. Not should I self mutilate?
Have you thought of keeping it with your keys and wallet, that you don't lose?
This is definitely turning into a prevention rather than cure scenario.
Have you considered upgrading your trousers to the kind with pockets?
A modern phone in the pocket of a modern pair of trousers. Are you crazy?
Essential I use the Russ app. I tried so hard not to type "you are an adult. What are you doing misplacing your phone?".... And I managed not to.
... But now I have.
That's the problem I am an adult and therefore my phone is of secondary importance to me after getting home, making dinner and keeping my house nice. I never loose my keys or wallet, just my phone. But as a secondary recommendation of Russ App I'll have to give it a go.
There's an app that's tailormade for exactly this situation, it's called "Don't Throw Your Phone About Randomly For No Good Reason Especially If You're Too Dumb To Remember Five Minutes Later That You Did It". Available for free in absolutely no app stores.
I have considered the string through the back of your big coat to stop you losing your gloves technique. You may be on to a winner, but it won't make you much money.
If you log into your Google account you can make it ring even if it's on silent
Thanks but I should have mentioned I don't have a home computer. I do have a home phone.
It will be a long slow road.
The older you get the more sensible that road is.
Politics is a funny thing. What Nazimon says makes sense logically, and you would think that is where we're heading. May's deal will fail > leadership contest ensues > Johnson wins > EU tells him to f*ck off.
That brings us to sometime in early October.
Parliament has not prevented a no-deal Brexit, because it it impossible to legislate for the actions of a supra-national body; we can legislate to stop it on our side, but the EU constitution ultimately means that one country can prevent a further extension.
The default is crashing out with no-deal. The weakness of the government is such that the Tories will spend much of the time between now and Halloween on a leadership ugly parade.
EU elections this week will see gains for parties to the right of the EPP, generating the need to ask parties who are Eurosceptic to join the coalition. The UK, having demonstrated itself a toxin in the system, will be forced out by a combination of Macron arrogance, and Machiavellian machinations within EPP to retain power over the EP.
Those within the EPP who will do anything to retain power will accept the loss of the UK from the EU as a price worth paying to lock down control over the European Commission.
Of course, politics is a funny game, and recently predictions have fallen at the first hurdle, so who has a clue any more?
So next week we vote in tons of Brexit Euro MPS. October roles round, Parliament are still dicking around so we go for an extension, could our own UK Euro MPs vote us down. That would be brilliant ( in comedic terms not actual real life wanting to eat terms ).
Question is can the new leader just wait until the end of October and let us drop out without a deal or can/will Parliament prevent that? Can they make him/her go back for another extension or, as PM, can they just tell them to f*ck off and give them the choice of putting up with it or forcing a no-confidence and therefore general election?
This is where I get lost. I thought Parliament voted that we cannot leave with no deal, but was this passed into law? Does it need to be? It really feels like they are making it up as they go along and the speaker fella seems to be able to pick and chose what they can and can't do.
They usually don't, though. It's just how they justify their choice to themselves and the world. The number of people in the UK who regularly do leisure things that can't be done in a Ford Focus must be infinitesimally small.
I hadn't read the previous parts of this conversation so being talkback I think you can guess what I thought it was about. Having read back a few posts I am very disappointed in you all.
People appear to be absolutely losing their sh!t, and not in a good way, about last night's episode of Game Of Thrones. It's very amusing.
That's because they are tw@ts with no connection to the real world.