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Mike
2020-03-24 14:24:33 UTC
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When Blake first spoke this evening, I thought I heard a slight Welsh
accent but - after a few seconds this seem to disappear; later, in the
second hospital scene, I thought I detected a slight Afro Caribbean twang.
Either way, I think, from the context, we can assume that Teflon Phillip is
‘employing’ drug addict down and outs, underpaying them and probably
fleecing them for their board and lodging. The ‘workers’ live in fear and
Teflon distances himself and even gets Gavin to not feed them properly.
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Anne B
2020-03-24 16:34:27 UTC
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Post by Mike
When Blake first spoke this evening, I thought I heard a slight Welsh
accent but - after a few seconds this seem to disappear; later, in the
second hospital scene, I thought I detected a slight Afro Caribbean twang.
Either way, I think, from the context, we can assume that Teflon Phillip is
‘employing’ drug addict down and outs, underpaying them and probably
fleecing them for their board and lodging. The ‘workers’ live in fear and
Teflon distances himself and even gets Gavin to not feed them properly.
I suddenly find that I dislike Philip even more than I dislike his son.

What is it with these SWs that so few of the characters are allowed to
live normal lives?

Anne B
krw
2020-03-24 17:09:47 UTC
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Post by Anne B
What is it with these SWs that so few of the characters are allowed to
live normal lives?
TPTB are unbalanced. It is easy to think up ways of people
"misbehaving" because it provides conflict and discussion which drives
plots.

Thinking up positive activities which drive calmness and warmth are
under-rated and I suspect more complex to obtain buy-in from authority -
who doesn't like a bit of ancient child abuse, chemical waste / abuse,
gang masters, petrol explosions above a cow being ill or a horse / dog
being overweight?
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Vicky Ayech
2020-03-24 18:25:47 UTC
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Post by Anne B
What is it with these SWs that so few of the characters are allowed to
live normal lives?
TPTB are unbalanced. It is easy to think up ways of people
"misbehaving" because it provides conflict and discussion which drives
plots.
Thinking up positive activities which drive calmness and warmth are
under-rated and I suspect more complex to obtain buy-in from authority -
who doesn't like a bit of ancient child abuse, chemical waste / abuse,
gang masters, petrol explosions above a cow being ill or a horse / dog
being overweight?
I posted last night on some other thread that this is a similarly
nasty story to the Rob one when I stopped listening and am inclined to
stop again. There are too many negative story lines now. Ed, no work,
Eddie loses jobs to Philip, Lynda, Roy, Freddie's recent stuff, Josh,
Elizabeth recently, RUss still there and Natasha still there. Hannah
nasty to Neil.

I want farming stories and family and flower and produce show and
pleasant interaction. The level of nastiness makes me wonder if the
programme planners have serious personal issues.
Clive Arthur
2020-03-25 10:26:02 UTC
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Post by Mike
When Blake first spoke this evening, I thought I heard a slight Welsh
accent but - after a few seconds this seem to disappear; later, in the
second hospital scene, I thought I detected a slight Afro Caribbean twang.
Either way, I think, from the context, we can assume that Teflon Phillip is
‘employing’ drug addict down and outs, underpaying them and probably
fleecing them for their board and lodging. The ‘workers’ live in fear and
Teflon distances himself and even gets Gavin to not feed them properly.
It's a bit too clever perhaps, but it's possible Blake (is he really
only seven?) picked up a bit of Taffophonie from Phillip.
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Cheers
Clive
steveski
2020-03-25 19:37:19 UTC
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Post by Mike
When Blake first spoke this evening, I thought I heard a slight Welsh
accent but - after a few seconds this seem to disappear; later, in the
second hospital scene, I thought I detected a slight Afro Caribbean
twang. Either way, I think, from the context, we can assume that Teflon
Phillip is ‘employing’ drug addict down and outs, underpaying them and
probably fleecing them for their board and lodging. The ‘workers’ live
in fear and Teflon distances himself and even gets Gavin to not feed
them properly.
It's a bit too clever perhaps, but it's possible Blake (is he really
only seven?) picked up a bit of Taffophonie from Phillip.
Well, Dave Clark is only five.
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Steveski
BrritSki
2020-03-25 21:04:55 UTC
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Post by Mike
When Blake first spoke this evening, I thought I heard a slight Welsh
accent but - after a few seconds this seem to disappear; later, in the
second hospital scene, I thought I detected a slight Afro Caribbean
twang. Either way, I think, from the context, we can assume that Teflon
Phillip is ‘employing’ drug addict down and outs, underpaying them and
probably fleecing them for their board and lodging. The ‘workers’ live
in fear and Teflon distances himself and even gets Gavin to not feed
them properly.
It's a bit too clever perhaps, but it's possible Blake (is he really
only seven?) picked up a bit of Taffophonie from Phillip.
Well, Dave Clark is only five.
The Temperance 7 was actually 9 according to VCM...
Penny
2020-03-25 23:14:56 UTC
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Post by steveski
Post by Clive Arthur
Post by Mike
When Blake first spoke this evening, I thought I heard a slight Welsh
accent but - after a few seconds this seem to disappear; later, in the
second hospital scene, I thought I detected a slight Afro Caribbean
twang. Either way, I think, from the context, we can assume that Teflon
Phillip is ‘employing’ drug addict down and outs, underpaying them and
probably fleecing them for their board and lodging. The ‘workers’ live
in fear and Teflon distances himself and even gets Gavin to not feed
them properly.
It's a bit too clever perhaps, but it's possible Blake (is he really
only seven?) picked up a bit of Taffophonie from Phillip.
Well, Dave Clark is only five.
The Temperance 7 was actually 9 according to VCM...
Indeed, one over the eight, as my mother once explained (I remained baffled
for some years).
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Penny
Annoyed by The Archers since 1959
Rosalind Mitchell
2020-03-25 23:20:03 UTC
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Post by Mike
When Blake first spoke this evening, I thought I heard a slight Welsh
accent but - after a few seconds this seem to disappear; later, in
the second hospital scene, I thought I detected a slight Afro
Caribbean twang. Either way, I think, from the context, we can assume
that Teflon Phillip is ‘employing’ drug addict down and outs,
underpaying them and probably fleecing them for their board and
lodging. The ‘workers’ live in fear and Teflon distances himself and
even gets Gavin to not feed them properly.
It's a bit too clever perhaps, but it's possible Blake (is he really
only seven?) picked up a bit of Taffophonie from Phillip.
Well, Dave Clark is only five.
The Temperance 7 was actually 9 according to VCM...
Yes but 8 and 9 were pissheads.

R

krw
2020-03-25 23:19:47 UTC
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Post by Mike
When Blake first spoke this evening, I thought I heard a slight Welsh
accent but - after a few seconds this seem to disappear; later, in the
second hospital scene, I thought I detected a slight Afro Caribbean twang.
Either way, I think, from the context, we can assume that Teflon Phillip is
‘employing’ drug addict down and outs, underpaying them and probably
fleecing them for their board and lodging. The ‘workers’ live in fear and
Teflon distances himself and even gets Gavin to not feed them properly.
It's a bit too clever perhaps, but it's possible Blake (is he really
only seven?) picked up a bit of Taffophonie from Phillip.
Does the church in the village have a Sexton?
--
Kosmo Richard W
www.travelswmw.whitnet.uk
https://tinyurl.com/KRWpics
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