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Our Ginger Fuhrer says that he could still code up a simple game idea in Amstrad Basic, while I'm your man if you ever need to rebuild the suspension on an Austin Allegro (1750 Equipe version). This stuff doesn't leave your mind - tell us about obsolete talents you still have.

(, Thu 30 Jun 2011, 17:04)
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I remember when Health & Safety was called
Common Sense.
(, Wed 6 Jul 2011, 12:34, 9 replies)
Ooooo ,,, a late entry with satire lols!
Good work!
(, Wed 6 Jul 2011, 12:35, closed)
Government health and safety inspections date back to the industrial revolution. You is well old, innit.
(, Wed 6 Jul 2011, 12:43, closed)
Life was much better back in the good old days when
workers regularly died or lost limbs in industrial accidents.
(, Wed 6 Jul 2011, 12:50, closed)
You have to go all the way to India if you want to employ children.
And it's next to impossible to get a decent slave or indentured servant anywhere outside Singapore or China these days.

Political Correctness Gone Mad.
(, Wed 6 Jul 2011, 12:52, closed)
Don't stick your hands where you wouldn't stick your cock
One of the first few things told to me as an apprentice. I still have a full compliment of fingers and nob.

If someone is stupid enough to put there hands into machinery they dont deserve hands.
(, Wed 6 Jul 2011, 15:18, closed)
"An employer cannot assume 'common sense' when
applying Health and Safety legislation". (paraphrased)
(, Wed 6 Jul 2011, 14:38, closed)
The problem is employers don't apply common sense when applying health & safety legislation
There's nowt wrong with most of the legislation, it's the implementation and misinterpretation that's the problem.
(, Wed 6 Jul 2011, 16:47, closed)
You are probably right.
Legislation that modifies environments on a day to day basis should be easy to interpret though shouldn't it? I am not suggesting we do away with it or that I have a better way of doing it, 'cause frankly I don't, but it is still a bit frustrating for the small employer particularly.
(, Wed 6 Jul 2011, 18:21, closed)
quite right
(, Wed 6 Jul 2011, 18:02, closed)

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