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  • Location Heidelberg
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  1. changing ink in a printer

  2. Is Prince Harry revolting?

    Netflix deal alone is 198 million.   They will be fine.  She is a wellness avocado eating mental health be happy influencer.   They are swamped with wealth. If Harry likes his, rather than his army mates?  Who knows?  Who cares?
  3. Tax refund claims for building a house,der%20Steuer%20abgesetzt%20werden%20k%C3%B6nnen.
  4. A bit off topic but whatever. In the UK wearing masks in schools is optional.  Some of the UK press ranted today, that children refusing to wear masks were asked to sit at the back.  Horror!  From the schools where you are sent into isolation or home, for wearing the wrong socks.  UK is mad.  
  5. Is Prince Harry revolting?   Marina Hyde.  
  6. Mold dispute with the landlord

      Um, no.
  7. Salary of Breeder's Assistant

    Breeder's assistant is a bit Handmaideny.  The plant bit is reassuring.    
  8. The BWG lists more than these.   I have taken this from the TK website which gets its data from the BWG but is easer to copy.      Level 2 - people with high priority People who have reached the age of 70 The following people who have a very high or high risk of severe or fatal disease after infection with the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus: People with trisomy 21 People after organ transplantation People with dementia or with an intellectual disability or with severe psychiatric illness, especially bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, or severe depression People with malignant haematological diseases or solid tumors in need of treatment who are not in remission or whose remission period is less than five years People with interstitial lung disease, COPD, cystic fibrosis or another similarly severe chronic lung disease People with diabetes mellitus (with HbA1c ≥ 58 mmol / mol or ≥ 7.5%) People with cirrhosis of the liver or any other chronic liver disease People with chronic kidney disease People with obesity (people with body mass index over 40) People who, according to an individual medical assessment, have a very high or high risk of a serious or fatal course of the disease after an infection with the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus due to special circumstances up to two close contacts by a person in need of care who is not in a facility in accordance with numbers 1 and 2 and in accordance with Section 2 (1) number 1, who are appointed by this person or by a person representing them by a pregnant person, designated by that person or by a person representing them People who work in inpatient facilities for the treatment, care or care of mentally or mentally disabled people or who regularly treat, care for or care for mentally or mentally disabled people as part of outpatient care services People who work in areas of medical facilities with a high or increased risk of exposure to the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, in particular doctors and other staff with regular direct patient contact, staff from the blood and plasma donation services and in SARS-CoV-2 Test centers Police and law enforcement officers who are exposed to a high risk of infection when carrying out their work to ensure public order, especially during demonstrations, as well as soldiers who are exposed to a high risk of infection when deployed abroad and 6 a: People who work in childcare facilities, in child day care and in elementary schools, special schools or special needs schools People who work in the public health service or in a particularly relevant position to maintain the hospital infrastructure Persons who are accommodated or who work in facilities in accordance with Section 36 (1) number 3 or number 4 of the Infection Protection Act People who regularly work with older people or people in need of care within the framework of the offers for support in everyday life recognized under state law within the meaning of Section 45a of the Eleventh Book of the Social Code
  9. No charge; no prosecution; no trial; no conviction; no sentence. Just the opinion of the Home Secretary. Beauty of executive power.
  10. I would not call it being in "small print".  At least in the contract I got, the cancellation dates were upfront and clear as daylight.
  11. Why are you happy today?

    I have a tiny garden, one of a newish terrace.  It was built on a brownfield site within the town.   It is well insulated. I thought it was snowing again a few days ago.  No.  It was sparrows making a nest under my roof, and it was styropor floating down.  I vacuumed it up as I did not want it to escape further..   They threw out their nest from last year, and it looked at least 50 percent strips of plastic waste.  Which actually does not make me happy.
  12. Why are you happy today?

    ;Many slugs and snails (and insects) are not interested in living plants, and feed on  dead plant material.  . Birds in winter also would feed off the small insects within decaying leaves.  I see it here.  But my neighbours cut everything back in autumn and take it all away.   People worry about honey bees, but there is a lot more to it than that.
  13. English inheritance law

  14. Why are you happy today?

    Have often seen them yt my feeder in London.  But first time here.  London gardens have an amazing assortment of birds-   Not so much here in HD after 20 years looking.  But we have some cool slugs and snails.  Not a huge lover of the prolific common snail, but the banded snails are lovely and we have an abundance of them.   I am worried about the leopard slugs that we used to see a lot.  And the Weinberg snail.  This picture does not do them justice, they are huge.    
  15. Why are you happy today?

    Goldfinches on the bird feeder.  Have not seem them in my garden here before.  Thought that is what they were for the last week, but only found binocs today.   Not my photo, obviously!