• Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 1 day ago
    I have noticed a new option on PMs "delete this conversation" does this delete your contribution to the conversation on your side only or on both sides?
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 11 days ago
    One of his more famous gaffes was when Prince Philip told British students in China during the 1986 state visit: "If you stay here much longer, you'll all be slitty-eyed." He told the President of Nigeria, while he was dressed in traditional robes, on a visit in 2003: "You look like you're ready for bed." His daughter, Princess Anne, has a well documented love of horses. In 1970 Prince Philip addressed this and said: "If it doesn't fart or eat hay, she isn't interested." In 2002, when visiting an Aboriginal culture park in the Queensland rainforests of Australia, he asked an Aboriginal businessman: "Do you still throw spears at each other?" William Brim replied: "No. We don't do that any more." When he met the then Scottish Tory leader Annabel Goldie in 2007 he said: "That's a nice tie... Do you have any knickers in that material?" He said of the Concorde which flew over Buckingham Palace in 2002 before it was decommissioned: "I must be the only person in Britain glad to see the back of that plane." The Queen and Prince Philip have been married for 70 years. When speaking of the topic of marriage in 1997 the Duke of Edinburgh said: "You can take it from me the Queen has the quality of tolerance in abundance." He lost his patience when an official photograph was being taken in 2015 at the RAF Club, and was said to exclaim: "Just take the f****** picture." To schoolboy George Barlow in 2003, who had written a letter to the Queen, Prince Philip reportedly said: "Ah, you're the one who wrote the letter. So you can write then. Ha, ha!" He told a 13-year-old boy, Andrew Adams "you're too fat to be an astronaut" on a school visit in 2001. The Duke of Edinburgh met with a 25-year-old council worker, Hannah Jackson, in 2012 in Bromley, in Kent. She was wearing a dress with a zip running the length of its front and he said to her: "I would get arrested if I unzipped that dress." He met with Malala Yousafzai in 2013, who survived an assassination attempt by the Taliban after campaigning for the right of girls to go to school without fear. She giggled as he remarked: "[Children] go to school because their parents don't want them in the house." When Prince Philip turned 90 in 2011 he jovially remarked that "bits are beginning to drop off".
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 9 days ago
    "British women can't cook" (in Britain in 1966). "What do you gargle with, pebbles?" (speaking to singer Tom Jones after the 1969 Royal Variety Performance). "I declare this thing open, whatever it is." (on a visit to Canada in 1969). "It looks like a tart's bedroom." (on seeing plans for the Duke and Duchess of York's house at Sunninghill Park in 1988) "Yak, yak, yak; come on get a move on." (shouted from the deck of Britannia in Belize in 1994 to the Queen who was chatting to her hosts on the quayside). "How do you keep the natives off the booze long enough to get them through the test?" (to a driving instructor in Oban, Scotland, during a 1995 walkabout). "Bloody silly fool!" (in 1997, referring to a Cambridge University car park attendant who did not recognise him). "It looks as if it was put in by an Indian." (pointing at an old-fashioned fusebox in a factory near Edinburgh in 1999). "Deaf? If you are near there, no wonder you are deaf." (to young deaf people in Cardiff, in 1999, referring to a school's steel band). "You are a woman, aren't you?"(In Kenya, in 1984, after accepting a small gift from a local woman). "Oh no, I might catch some ghastly disease." (in Australia, in 1992, when asked to stroke a Koala bear). "You can't have been here that long - you haven't got a pot belly." (to a Briton in Budapest, Hungary, in 1993). "Aren't most of you descended from pirates?" (to a wealthy islander in the Cayman Islands in 1994). "You managed not to get eaten, then?" (suggesting to a student in 1998 who had been trekking in Papua New Guinea that tribes there were still cannibals). "I wish he'd turn the microphone off." (muttered at the Royal Variety Performance as he watched Sir Elton John perform, 2001). "You look like a suicide bomber." (to a young female officer wearing a bullet-proof vest on Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, in 2002). "Well, you didn't design your beard too well, did you?" (to designer Stephen Judge about his tiny goatee beard in July 2009). "There's a lot of your family in tonight." (after looking at the name badge of businessman Atul Patel at a Palace reception for British Indians in October 2009). "How many people have you knocked over this morning on that thing?" (meeting disabled David Miller who drives a mobility scooter at the Valentine Mansion in Redbridge in March 2012) "Most stripping is done by hand." (to 83-year-old Mars factory worker Audrey Cook when discussing how she used to strip or cut Mars Bars by hand in April 2013). "You look starved." (to a pensioner on a visit to the Charterhouse almshouse for elderly men - February 2017) "Are you asking me if the Queen is going to die?" (on being questioned on when the Prince of Wales would succeed to the throne) "I hope he breaks his bloody neck." (when a photographer covering a royal visit to India fell out of a tree) "When a man opens a car door for his wife, it's either a new car or a new wife." (on marriage). "It's a pleasant change to be in a country that isn't ruled by its people." (to Alfredo Stroessner, the Paraguayan dictator). "Where did you get that hat?" (supposedly to Queen at her Coronation).
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  • "British women can't cook" (in Britain in 1966). "What do you gargle with, pebbles?" (speaking to singer Tom Jones after the 1969 Royal Variety Performance). "I declare this thing open, whatever it is." (on a visit to Canada in 1969). "It looks like a tart's bedroom." (on seeing plans for the Duke and Duchess of York's house at Sunninghill Park in 1988) "Yak, yak, yak; come on get a move on." (shouted from the deck of Britannia in Belize in 1994 to the Queen who was chatting to her hosts on the quayside). "How do you keep the natives off the booze long enough to get them through the test?" (to a driving instructor in Oban, Scotland, during a 1995 walkabout). "Bloody silly fool!" (in 1997, referring to a Cambridge University car park attendant who did not recognise him). "It looks as if it was put in by an Indian." (pointing at an old-fashioned fusebox in a factory near Edinburgh in 1999). "Deaf? If you are near there, no wonder you are deaf." (to young deaf people in Cardiff, in 1999, referring to a school's steel band). "You are a woman, aren't you?"(In Kenya, in 1984, after accepting a small gift from a local woman). "Oh no, I might catch some ghastly disease." (in Australia, in 1992, when asked to stroke a Koala bear). "You can't have been here that long - you haven't got a pot belly." (to a Briton in Budapest, Hungary, in 1993). "Aren't most of you descended from pirates?" (to a wealthy islander in the Cayman Islands in 1994). "You managed not to get eaten, then?" (suggesting to a student in 1998 who had been trekking in Papua New Guinea that tribes there were still cannibals). "I wish he'd turn the microphone off." (muttered at the Royal Variety Performance as he watched Sir Elton John perform, 2001). "You look like a suicide bomber." (to a young female officer wearing a bullet-proof vest on Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, in 2002). "Well, you didn't design your beard too well, did you?" (to designer Stephen Judge about his tiny goatee beard in July 2009). "There's a lot of your family in tonight." (after looking at the name badge of businessman Atul Patel at a Palace reception for British Indians in October 2009). "How many people have you knocked over this morning on that thing?" (meeting disabled David Miller who drives a mobility scooter at the Valentine Mansion in Redbridge in March 2012) "Most stripping is done by hand." (to 83-year-old Mars factory worker Audrey Cook when discussing how she used to strip or cut Mars Bars by hand in April 2013). "You look starved." (to a pensioner on a visit to the Charterhouse almshouse for elderly men - February 2017) "Are you asking me if the Queen is going to die?" (on being questioned on when the Prince of Wales would succeed to the throne) "I hope he breaks his bloody neck." (when a photographer covering a royal visit to India fell out of a tree) "When a man opens a car door for his wife, it's either a new car or a new wife." (on marriage). "It's a pleasant change to be in a country that isn't ruled by its people." (to Alfredo Stroessner, the Paraguayan dictator)."Where did you get that hat?" (supposedly to Queen at her Coronation).
  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 14 days ago
    I thought maybe it would be interesting as we all have mobile cameras handy these days it might be fun while we are out and about shopping, exercising, gardening, or just around the house, to snap a pic of something you come across that's interesting, funny, quirky, sad or annoying with maybe a caption. It doesn't need to be technically excellent. I'll start us off with this I took of my first daffodil, it got me thinking.... The Covid Lockdown Months. Sad and Lonely.
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 27 days ago
    I am unable to log in with SL app. Message reads... "Sorry temporary server issue, please try again later" Is this because of maintenance work for the app your end? If so when will it be up and running again? Thanks.
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 23 days ago
    PMs are not archiving. They just bounce back. Glitch?
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 1 month ago
    This site is Brilliant, If you have never visited it before its worth checking out. explore.org
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 1 month ago
    When I click on see all comments they do not load. On app.
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 1 month ago
    Would it be possible to include an edit function to the messaging service please. Thanks.
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 1 month ago
    These thieves have stolen this car without breaking into it. They have used a device with two part one part receives a signal from the car's key. It works even though the key is inside the house. The signal is transferred to the second box this tricks the car's system into thinking the key is present. In under a minute the car is opened, and they are gone. This is the first time it has been caught on camera. https://youtu.be/8pffcngJJq0
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 1 month ago
    Yahoo News UK Jimmy Nsubuga Wed, 3 March 2021, 2:36 pm Labour councillor suspended ‘for getting private COVID jab The Labour party has suspended one of its councillors after she claimed to have received a coronavirus vaccination from a “private care doctor”. Jamila Azad's Facebook status update said she got a jab from a private medic – amid ''a long wait for NHS waiting list''. But the vaccine is currently only available on the NHS, and it is illegal for it to be administered outside of the service. Azad's post from last week said: “My darling daughter took me to a Private Care Doctor for Covid 19 vaccine. ''A long wait for NHS waiting list. We had take away from Akber take away.” The status, which has since been removed, included photos of the councillor and another woman. They appear to be receiving jabs from a medic in scrubs and PPE. Azad, represents St Clements and Cowley Marsh on Oxfordshire County Council, and St Clements on Oxford City Council.
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 1 month ago
    I have stopped receiving SL notifications again.
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 1 month ago
    I have been wrestling with the thought of just accepting this and marking it down as a bad experience. But I feel you need to know the truth and I especially owe it to Harry French to explain what happened. I received a PM, telling me that they believe I have multiple aliases and that Harry French is one of them. This is an outrageous accusation. There is only one of me and as for Harry French, I know for a fact he is a genuine member as we communicated with each other when he returned from Hospital after fighting Covid for 2.5 months. When he felt a little better he restarted on SL. Then I received the PM telling me, what they have been manipulated into believing with no evidence, that I have to delete one or the other account or they would remove both. When I told Harry he deleted his account straight away so I wouldn't lose mine. I have asked how they came up with these unfounded accusations and show me evidence and proof. But none has been forthcoming. They have acted solely on malicious lies and have been manipulated. This is grossly Unprofessional. I don't know how long this will be allowed to stay up but I had to expose it. If I am thrown out of scoop for telling the truth then so be it. I shall say goodbye to the friends I have made on here. Take care.
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 1 month ago
    Due to Scooploops unfounded accusations against me, and them being manipulated into wrongful actions. It's no skin off my nose but an innocent member has been wrongfully penalised I shall Protest.
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 1 month ago
    Due to Scooploops unfounded accusations against me, and them being manipulated into wrongful actions. It's no skin off my nose but an innocent member has been wrongfully penalised I shall Protest.
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  • Due to Scooploops unfounded accusations against me, and them being manipulated into wrongful actions. It's no skin off my nose but an innocent member has been wrongfully penalised I shall Protest.
  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 1 month ago
    Does anybody know why steaks and hamburgers taste different and nicer from a restaurant as when cooked from home, Is there a special cooking technique, or something added to the cooking process?
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 2 months ago
    Going with the theme of films weird and wonderful. If you haven't seen it, it's worth taking a look. The transformation and acting of christian bale is mind-blowing.
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 2 months ago
    THE TELEGRAPH Dominic Penna Fri, 5 February 2021, 7:17 pm A new coronavirus drug which successfully cured 30 cases of the disease in Israeli hospital patients has been hailed by scientists as a ‘huge breakthrough’. The EXO-CD24 substance was developed at the Ichilov Medical Centre in Tel Aviv and successfully completed its first phase of clinical trials on Friday. The treatment was given to 30 patients with coronavirus, whose conditions ranged from moderate to severe. Twenty-nine of the patients were then discharged from the hospital in the following three to five days, while one patient took slightly longer to recover. A protein known as CD24 is delivered to the lungs by exosomes in the drug, which helps to rebalance the immune system and prevent it from overreacting to the virus. Professor Nadir Arber originally designed EXO-CD24, which is breathed in as a gas and taken once every five days, in order to treat patients who had ovarian cancer. “Even if the vaccines do their job, and even if there aren't any new mutations, one way or another, the coronavirus will be staying with us,” Prof Arber told the news site Arutz Sheva. “The results of the phase one trials are excellent, and all give us confidence in the method Arber has been researching in his lab for many years.”
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 2 months ago
    Some may find this useful: If you have email addresses you do not use or need anymore. https://clean.email/how-to-delete-an-email-account
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 2 months ago
    Laura Parnaby, PA media. Sat, 30 January 2021, 4:29 am The World Health Organisation is urging the UK to pause its vaccination programme once vulnerable groups have received their jabs to help ensure the global rollout is fair. WHO spokeswoman Margaret Harris said she wanted to appeal to people in the UK, telling them “you can wait”, because ensuring equitable global distribution is “clearly morally the right thing to do”. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said he aims to offer all UK adults a first dose by autumn, but the WHO has said countries should be aiming for “two billion doses” to be “fairly distributed” around the world by the end of 2021. DO YOU AGREE ?
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 2 months ago
    Hi If an older dated post that has not been closed, but members have recently commented or replied to it, what is your cut off period for it to be brought back to the main news feed?
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 3 months ago
    When humans were primitive they were visited by superior beings looking for a new home as theirs was coming to its end. Unfortunately earth was not suitable for them long-term, they needed to explore elsewhere. In case nowhere was to be found and to ensure the continuation of their species, (in some form,) they spliced their highest functioning DNA with a suitable animal host. That animal evolved to be us. This is why we are so completely different to any other being on earth and why we have this inner conflict between our higher functioning intellect and our base animal instincts. As we continue to evolve and look back on history we can see that our visitors DNA is becoming more dominant. We worshiped these visitors as Gods and as time passes we re evaluate the meaning of God, depending on our gained knowledge experiences and circumstance. We look to the stars for their return. Genesis 1:27: “So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female"
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 3 months ago
    Good useful new feature on "News feed" the ability to view the last comment of each post as you scroll down. Thanks Team. 👍 A happy new year to you all as possible. 🥂🍾
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 3 months ago
    Labour has become embroiled in its own “cronyism” row as it emerged that Sadiq Khan has handed out £500 million in contracts without going through the usual tender process, The contracts, which were not put out to competitive bidding, include five agreements awarded to a firm whose chairman is the uncle of a Labour frontbencher, who at the time worked for the London Mayor. The revelations have led senior Tories to accuse Labour (which has repeatedly attacked the Government for awarding contracts to firms during the coronavirus without openly advertising them) of hypocrisy. Transport for London, which he is chairman of, has awarded approximately half a billion pounds through 946 contracts which did not go through the usual open tendering process. The firm’s chairman, Peter Murray, is the uncle of James Murray, the former deputy mayor for housing at City Hall who advised Mr Khan during his election campaigns.
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 3 months ago
    EU Serenade https://youtu.be/-wNhdjoF-6M
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 3 months ago
    The lockdown came after the discovery in London and the South East of a new strain of coronavirus associated with a quicker spread than previous versions, which has already reached other parts of the UK. On Sunday, health secretary Matt Hancock warned that the new strain was “out of control”.
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 3 months ago
    BREAKING: The Government has announced that London and south east is moving to Tier 4 restrictions from tomorrow morning with households no longer permitted to mix for Christmas.
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 4 months ago
    If you've happened not to have seen it, or it was a long time ago and you have forgotten it. It is showing on itv4 at 6:40 pm Saturday 12th December A classic.
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 3 months ago
    1. What is Dominic Cummings' favourite Christmas song? Driving Home for Christmas. 2. Did you hear that production was down at Santa's workshop? Many of his workers have had to elf isolate. 3. Why didn't Mary and Joseph make it to Bethlehem? All Virgin flights were cancelled. 4. Why are Santa's reindeer allowed to travel on Christmas Eve? They have herd immunity. 5. Why did the pirates have to go into lockdown? Because the "Arrrr!" rate had risen. 6. Why is it best to think of 2020 like a panto? Because eventually, it's behind you. 7. Why couldn't Mary and Joseph join their work conference call? Because there was no Zoom at the inn. 8. Why can't Boris Johnson make his Christmas cake until the last minute? He doesn't know how many tiers it should have. 9. What do the Trumps do for Christmas dinner? They put on a super spread. 10. Which Christmas film was 30 years ahead of its time? Home Alone. 11. How do you play Dominic Cummings Monopoly? Ignore the rules, move anywhere on the board you like, and never Go To Jail. 12. Why won't Santa lose any presents this year? He's downloaded Sack and Trace. 13. How is the pandemic like my stomach after Christmas? It'll take ages to flatten the curve. 14. How is Prince Andrew coping with the stresses of Christmas this year? Fine. No sweat. 15. Why wasn't Rudolph allowed to take part in vaccine trials? Because they only wanted guinea pigs. 16. Which Government scheme supports Christmas dinner? Eat Sprout To Help Out. 17. How can you get out of talking to your boss at this year's staff Christmas party? Put him on mute. 18. How does Santa keep track of all the fireplaces he's visited? He keeps a logbook. 19. Who dresses in red and gives to the children this Christmas? Marcus Rashford. 20. Why did Mary and Joseph have to travel to Bethlehem? Because they couldn't book a home delivery.
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 4 months ago
    Hi, In the news feed why are we getting "suggested group post" from the same groups continuously? We can choose ourselves which groups we would like to join from the group list. How can i turn this feature off?
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 3 months ago
    In lockdown it is essential that we exercise, especially nearing Christmas. We the Sok family do this by dance aerobics to our favourite tunes. This one is a particular favourite with the little soks. Feel free to join in: Click on this link👇 https://youtu.be/hzrknvDyvVw Not on picture.
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 4 months ago
    If you are into sci-fi horror. This is a great movie. Not your usual obvious horror film, edge of your seat and keeps you guessing. Freeview horror channel "68" 9 p.m. Sunday the 22nd November.
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 4 months ago
    And yet.... Does not one member calling another member a "malicious puppet" and telling lies that they are using multiple aliases, not constitute violation of scope loop policy????
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 5 months ago
    Hi team, I'd like to just say thanks for the new feature of the location icon. Makes navigation easier and keeping group and local activity separate.
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  • Anything ! Vaccine (Edited)
    Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 4 months ago
    With the positive news on the coronavirus vaccine with 90% and 94% effectiveness, and so far no adverse side effects. Would you immediately take up the offer when asked to be vaccinated or cautiously sit and wait for a longer period before deciding?
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 5 months ago
    Labour run Croydon council has gone bankrupt to the tune of 1.5 billion pounds, on mismanagement and unwise investments. So what happens next do they have to draw the curtains and hide behind the settee when the bailiffs come?
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 5 months ago
    Hi team Why is it on some posts when you click on "see previous messages" it seems to be responding but then fails and doesn't show them. Is this a technical issue?
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 5 months ago
    I can't understand this obsession and paranoia that I have noticed on different posts from certain people about aliases. As been mentioned, very rarely does somebody use their own name, and rightly so for privacy and security. As a newcomer I have been accused of this, without foundation. I heard a story about a newcomer who joined a group and was hounded out of that group, was called a d**k head amongst other things from the "stand in" moderator at the time, this is not setting a good example and a complete misuse of their position. Apparently the new member left the group and deleted their account with SL. I would urge SL to investigate this inappropriate harassment if they want to make this site a welcoming place and to encourage more new members.
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 5 months ago
    In lockdown again it is essential that we exercise. The sok family do this by dance aerobics to our favourite tunes. This one is a particular favourite with the little soks..... feel free to join in. Click on link 👇 https://youtu.be/hzrknvDyvVw
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 4 months ago
    A golf ⛳tournament finals and the match was halved at the end of 17 holes. You had the honour and hit your ball a modest two hundred fifty yards to the middle of the fairway, leaving a simple six iron to the pin. Your opponent then hits his ball, lofting it deep into the woods to the right of the fairway. Being the golfing gentleman that you are, you help your opponent look for his ball. Just before the permitted five minute search period ends, your opponent says: "Go ahead and hit your second shot and if I don't find it in time, I'll concede the match." You hit your ball, landing it on the green, stopping about ten feet from the pin. About the time your ball comes to rest, you hear your opponent exclaim from deep in the woods: "I found it!" The second sound you hear is a click, the sound of a club striking a ball and the ball comes sailing out of the woods and lands on the green, stopping no more than six inches from the hole. Now here is the ethical dilemma:
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 5 months ago
    If I may I would like tell you my experience as a new member of scooploop. Shortly after joining I was invited by Brianm to join "All aboard". No sooner had I clicked on the join button, without uttering a word I received an email telling me I have been rejected, and I am not the only one. As I understand it CatherineS was standing in for Brianm while he was away. Reading back on her historical comments and replies it appears that she is paranoid about new members and aliases. The environment that she has created is not helping new members feel comfortable and at home on scooploop. This twisted and bitter paranoia that she is carrying is not healthy. Brianm I would suggest you think twice in engaging her as caretaker admin in your absence in the future should it arise, otherwise your group may stagnate without new blood. I would be grateful for any of the longer serving members to shed some light on what in the past has caused this obsession from her.
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 5 months ago
    lf I may I would like to bring your attention to my experience as a newcomer to scoopeloop shortly after joining I was invited by Brianm to join "Allaboard" No sooner had I clicked on the join button without even uttering a word I received an email telling me I have been rejected and I'm not the only one As I understand it CatherineS was standing in for Brianm while he was away Reading back on her historical comments and replies it appears that she is paranoid about new members and aliases The environment that she has created is not helping new members feel comfortable and at home on scooploop This twisted and bitter paranoia that she is carrying is not healthy Brianm I would suggest you think twice in engaging her as caretaker admin in your absence in the future should it arise otherwise your group may stagnate with no new blood I would be grateful for any of the longer serving members to shed some light on what in the past has caused this obsession with her.
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  • Mr Sok @MrSokPupitt Welling updated 5 months ago
    CliveF What has happened to my post it seems to have disappeared. ???
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  • Fellow scoopies as a new member of scooploop I would like to take this opportunity to say "Hi". I have briefly explored the site including the group's, some which look very interesting if not slightly bizarre, with strange cryptic messages, but i'm sure i will get the hang of it all soon, goodbye for now and thank you for taking the time to read my first post. Take care.

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