Mik Dickinson

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About Mik Dickinson

  • Birthday 06/11/1962

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  • Location Erding
  • Nationality English
  • Hometown Accrington
  • Year of birth 1962
  • Interests Football, women and Snooker

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  1. In Debt and Have Some Questions.

    My father left over 25 years ago.Now he wants to claim his German Pension.He missed 2 AOK payments and now he hast pay €1100 to the AOK
  2. Problem landlords and rental deposit returns

    @ Elgris.Your landlord is talking pure bullshit.For any material to soak up a smell it has to be permeable.i.e. clothes or like a carpet.How in Gods name can a laminate floor soak up a smell.Its physically impossible if the floor has been washed.Just a way of trying to keep your deposit..I remember a case years ago where a landlod wanted new carpets after a tenant moved out as the carpet was ruined.It came to court and the judge decided in favour of the rentee not the landlord.The person who rented had lived there for 20 years and the judge deemed that after 20 years new carpets should be re layed anyway.
  3. Could have made it easier and just gone to his local cop shop and asked them
  4.   My wife brought a flyer home today and next week it's British week at the Lidl from Thursday June 5, 2008.  Specialities like steak pies, baked beans, cheddar cheese, shortbread biscuits, malt vinegar and porridge.   All from a firm called Hatherwood.   Including also fish and chips, vinegar, pickle and CRISPS THAT AREN'T PAPRIKA FLAVOUR!!!   Click to find your nearest Lidl store.   Info about Lidl from Wikipedia:   Lidl is a European discount supermarket chain of German origin that operates 7,000 stores. In Germany it is Aldi's main competitor. Lidl has established itself in over 17 countries. It was founded in the 1930s by a member of the Schwarz family. In the 1970s, the first Lidl stores of today's incarnation opened. Lidl is not an abbreviation, but the last name of Ludwig Lidl, a retired teacher. It has become an iconic shop for low earners (pikeys) because of its mainly low pricing and as such is sometimes joked about.