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Post continuity - spoiler!
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LFS
2017-05-09 18:18:56 UTC
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I don't think the continuity announcer even knew who Captain was.

But that was quite a satisfying episode in terms of story arc, although
I think we could have done without the piteous sound effects.
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Vicky
2017-05-09 22:19:30 UTC
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I don't think the continuity announcer even knew who Captain was.
But that was quite a satisfying episode in terms of story arc, although
I think we could have done without the piteous sound effects.
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NO! The SWs had to kill another animal, didn't they :(
Who was Ben? Were there 2 cats, Bill and Ben?
How old was he? Is the driver going to turn out to be Toby and so
seal his fate as Pip's ex? Oh no! I just heard who it was.

The family cat we had went to stay with my mum when she had mice, and
then after she went into a home and I moved into a flat, it went to
our friends, who moved to Bolton with it. It lived until age 21 and B
went up to be with it when the vet came to put it to sleep, because it
was no longer coping or enjoying life.

It had been a much-loved and pampered moggie, living with two male
partners. They had it cremated and the ashes put in an urn, which sat
on the mantle in front of its photo. First one partner and then the
second died and he left me Laura, in the urn, in his will. I am still
trying to get one of the daughters to say if they want it :).

I am not sure how the cremations are handled at the vet's, but wonder
whether more than one is done at a time and how they distinguish the
ashes of one from another.....
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Vicky
Fenny
2017-05-10 17:04:51 UTC
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I am not sure how the cremations are handled at the vet's, but wonder
whether more than one is done at a time and how they distinguish the
ashes of one from another.....
Stick them in the bottom of the oven while Sunday dinner is cooking.
But they have to be careful exactly what they take out when!
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Fenny
Mike
2017-05-10 17:19:02 UTC
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I am not sure how the cremations are handled at the vet's, but wonder
whether more than one is done at a time and how they distinguish the
ashes of one from another.....
Stick them in the bottom of the oven while Sunday dinner is cooking.
But they have to be careful exactly what they take out when!
Oh Allistaire, no wonder Bill didn't make it, I found he must have had an
undigested lump of beef in his stomach.
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Toodle Pip
Penny
2017-05-10 19:40:36 UTC
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On Wed, 10 May 2017 18:04:51 +0100, Fenny <***@removethis.onetel.net>
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Post by Vicky
I am not sure how the cremations are handled at the vet's, but wonder
whether more than one is done at a time and how they distinguish the
ashes of one from another.....
Stick them in the bottom of the oven while Sunday dinner is cooking.
But they have to be careful exactly what they take out when!
BTN
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Btms
2017-05-10 19:40:29 UTC
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Post by Vicky
I am not sure how the cremations are handled at the vet's, but wonder
whether more than one is done at a time and how they distinguish the
ashes of one from another.....
Stick them in the bottom of the oven while Sunday dinner is cooking.
But they have to be careful exactly what they take out when!
BTN
Are you suggesting we eat them?
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Penny
2017-05-10 20:09:43 UTC
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On Wed, 10 May 2017 19:40:29 -0000 (UTC), Btms <***@thetames.me.uk>
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I am not sure how the cremations are handled at the vet's, but wonder
whether more than one is done at a time and how they distinguish the
ashes of one from another.....
Stick them in the bottom of the oven while Sunday dinner is cooking.
But they have to be careful exactly what they take out when!
BTN
Are you suggesting we eat them?
Depends what they died of...
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Penny
Annoyed by The Archers since 1959
Sally Thompson
2017-05-10 20:25:29 UTC
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I am not sure how the cremations are handled at the vet's, but wonder
whether more than one is done at a time and how they distinguish the
ashes of one from another.....
Stick them in the bottom of the oven while Sunday dinner is cooking.
But they have to be careful exactly what they take out when!
BTN
Are you suggesting we eat them?
Depends what they died of...
Another BTN!
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Jenny M Benson
2017-05-12 13:27:02 UTC
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Post by Vicky
I am not sure how the cremations are handled at the vet's, but wonder
whether more than one is done at a time and how they distinguish the
ashes of one from another.....
Stick them in the bottom of the oven while Sunday dinner is cooking.
But they have to be careful exactly what they take out when!
BTN
Are you suggesting we eat them?
Depends what they died of...
Another BTN!
Yes, I think that one was a good call, too.
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Jenny M Benson
Penny
2017-05-12 13:43:38 UTC
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I am not sure how the cremations are handled at the vet's, but wonder
whether more than one is done at a time and how they distinguish the
ashes of one from another.....
Stick them in the bottom of the oven while Sunday dinner is cooking.
But they have to be careful exactly what they take out when!
BTN
Are you suggesting we eat them?
Depends what they died of...
Another BTN!
Yes, I think that one was a good call, too.
BEAM :))
My first ever, I think.
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Penny
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steveski
2017-05-11 00:09:34 UTC
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I am not sure how the cremations are handled at the vet's, but wonder
whether more than one is done at a time and how they distinguish the
ashes of one from another.....
Stick them in the bottom of the oven while Sunday dinner is cooking.
But they have to be careful exactly what they take out when!
BTN
Are you suggesting we eat them?
Err - yeah . . . NOT RAW, NOT RAW!

Oh! sorry, that's grandmothers . . .
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Jenny M Benson
2017-05-12 13:25:47 UTC
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I am not sure how the cremations are handled at the vet's, but wonder
whether more than one is done at a time and how they distinguish the
ashes of one from another.....
Stick them in the bottom of the oven while Sunday dinner is cooking.
But they have to be careful exactly what they take out when!
BTN
Your BTM is a loving cat-owner so accepted, of course.
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Jenny M Benson
Fenny
2017-05-12 17:00:41 UTC
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On Fri, 12 May 2017 14:25:47 +0100, Jenny M Benson
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Your BTM is a loving cat-owner so accepted, of course.
ITYM "loving cat-servant"!
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Fenny
Jenny M Benson
2017-05-12 17:38:26 UTC
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Your BTM is a loving cat-owner so accepted, of course.
ITYM "loving cat-servant"!
I keep trying to convince myself I'm in charge!
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Jenny M Benson
Penny
2017-05-12 17:57:07 UTC
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Your BTM is a loving cat-owner so accepted, of course.
ITYM "loving cat-servant"!
I keep trying to convince myself I'm in charge!
Delusional - as befits a BTM ;)
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Fenny
2017-05-12 18:12:07 UTC
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On Fri, 12 May 2017 18:38:26 +0100, Jenny M Benson
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On Fri, 12 May 2017 14:25:47 +0100, Jenny M Benson
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Your BTM is a loving cat-owner so accepted, of course.
ITYM "loving cat-servant"!
I keep trying to convince myself I'm in charge!
It's good to have dreams, regardless of how realistic they are!
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Sally Thompson
2017-05-10 20:04:29 UTC
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I am not sure how the cremations are handled at the vet's, but wonder
whether more than one is done at a time and how they distinguish the
ashes of one from another.....
Stick them in the bottom of the oven while Sunday dinner is cooking.
But they have to be careful exactly what they take out when!
BTN!
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Sally in Shropshire, UK
Paul Herber
2017-05-12 13:35:44 UTC
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I am not sure how the cremations are handled at the vet's, but wonder
whether more than one is done at a time and how they distinguish the
ashes of one from another.....
Stick them in the bottom of the oven while Sunday dinner is cooking.
But they have to be careful exactly what they take out when!
Making decisions like that - sounds like a Korea for life!
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http://www.paulherber.co.uk/
Mike
2017-05-12 14:09:34 UTC
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I am not sure how the cremations are handled at the vet's, but wonder
whether more than one is done at a time and how they distinguish the
ashes of one from another.....
Stick them in the bottom of the oven while Sunday dinner is cooking.
But they have to be careful exactly what they take out when!
Making decisions like that - sounds like a Korea for life!
Just dog erall really.
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