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    Royal mail Pension Plan, an update, if I now die before Iím 75 a lump sum will be paid. I don't think it would be a lot of use to me if Iím dead
    makes me wonder now who will get the cash? must sort that as poor Lu Lu died last June.

    New credit card, as my old card had unauthorized use on the net, still sorting that out with the bank.

    Anglian water Bill, My bill is normally £120 per 6 months, as my last reading was estimated so I only have to pay £4.85 nice one, that's a first

    Unite Magazine from my pension group, I should really read it but it ends in the bin

    In the Spam section:
    Sky, come back to Sky for only £10
    Everest windows, 40% discount + 10% Cashback
    Direct Line's complete book of offers

    Not bad for a friday
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    Quote Originally Posted by CELEBS
    makes me wonder now who will get the cash? must sort that as poor Lu Lu died last June.
    Well, I know an exiled Nigerian prince who could use some of it. If you PM me your bank details, I'll make sure he gets it.

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    i'm sure he's still using my old number
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    what's in the mail Today then?
    Probably the same borderline-racist homophobic right-wing crap they usually serve up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheese
    what's in the mail Today then?
    Probably the same borderline-racist homophobic right-wing crap they usually serve up.
    Lea served on a plate.......
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/gal...n_page_id=1055
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