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Fall Into Water At Acle Should I Be Worried

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I have found a rather good website called ‘animated knots by grog’ or something similar. Copying an animation really does make it easier. 

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Report on the bbc norfolk web page of kids trying to swim under boats     when they are underway!!!!!!!

paul

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I have found a rather good website called ‘animated knots by grog’ or something similar. Copying an animation really does make it easier. 
Knots 3D is also very good. Cost £1.20. Similar to animated knots by grog but can be shown at whatever speed you wish.



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2 hours ago, JennyMorgan said:

In my formative years it was Linda Lovelace, Tropical Linda & DH Lawrance! 

Don't forget Health and Efficiency in the handy blazer pocket sized edition!

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1 hour ago, stumpy said:

Don't forget Health and Efficiency in the handy blazer pocket sized edition!

That would be his striped blazer complimented by the Broads National Park cravat.

JM has most editions.

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May I refer to the original post. Falling in the water.For some a bit of a laugh.

For others it can lead to life changing injuries, as witnessed at the tragic incident last year at Acle where an elderly lady suffered life changing injuries to her foot. Caused initially, by falling in the water and being in contact with a propeller.  

According to the statistics the number of people entering the water inadvertently, last year, discounting those who who capsized dinghies etc or from  any water sports where entry into the water is predictable.

For 2017 the total amounts to:

Twelve.

Clearly a statistic which is a nonsense.  

As for hospital treatment, some 36.   A considerable increase on previous years going back to 1993.

As quoted from the report it would seem as if that disembarkation and falling in remains to be the main activity which results in injury and potential for drowning.. 

Andrew

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8 hours ago, Vaughan said:

And only one of them wrote books. The other two did the actions!    :default_party0010:

 

That one must have been Mss Lovelace then, a book called 'Deep Throat' wasn't it? 

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23 minutes ago, JennyMorgan said:

That one must have been Mss Lovelace then, a book called 'Deep Throat' wasn't it? 

Never did read it. Always felt that actions speak louder than words. I wonder what became of Lynda.

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14 minutes ago, Wussername said:

Never did read it. Always felt that actions speak louder than words. I wonder what became of Lynda.

According to Wikipedia she died at fifty three following a car accident. She had become a 'happy clappy', a born again Christian.

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It's a wonder she didn't choke.

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But we digress ? 

:default_rofl:

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9 hours ago, Regulo said:

It's a wonder she didn't choke.

Back in the day when I had the riverside shop at Burgh St Peter (WRC) I sold many, many hundreds of copies of Deep Throat, I also sold may hundreds of T-Shirts, often to seemingly diminutive males, claiming to have choked Linda Lovelace, as if! 

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1 hour ago, Polly said:

DBut we digress ? 

:default_rofl:

Drowning, suffocating, it's all related :default_norty:

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