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Good darts that Mr. Pogue, but I cannot view the E&S link just yet as someone in my abode is downloading a rather large film which is making my computer connection slower than Dave Denjerus with Leon Clarke on his back. :roll:

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 Post subject: Re: terminal cancer
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Nice one pogue, looking good as well.

whets your next crazy vehicle? You after a microlight?

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What about one of them wing-suit flights, or Branson's shuttle?

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 Post subject: Re: terminal cancer
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my next is a self funded 4 day break on the coast after xmas,but yet again someone as stepped in with an offer. just an update I was admitted to hospital Friday[blues n twos stuff] after getting sepsis after my chemo on Thursday. been on a hdu but now off the danger list and on an ordinary ward for treatment for it

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Glad your ok for now bud, where you going on the coast?

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and now im in Sandwell hospital where I was admitted on Friday .llandudno or blackpool mr whelp.

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and now im in Sandwell hospital where I was admitted on Friday .llandudno or blackpool mr whelp.


You'd better hide your Wolves shirt in there Mate, they might think that you're Royalty on a visit. :wink:

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feck em im wearing it lol

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back home after 9 days in hospital due to sepsis then whilst in there I developed pneumonia not good

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back home after 9 days in hospital due to sepsis then whilst in there I developed pneumonia not good


You're definitely going through the wars Mate - still, keep fighting and aiming towards that holiday in January.

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back home after 9 days in hospital due to sepsis then whilst in there I developed pneumonia not good


its the time of year for it a think, my kids have been ill all weekend.

I think I have it now tho, feel like crap!

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back home after 9 days in hospital due to sepsis then whilst in there I developed pneumonia not good


Your immune system not on top form mate, keep your head up and best of luck. Don't let these minor matters (relative to your other little issues) do you in. Keep strong, still got that bucket list to do and those bleeders in Sandwell must be hating your shirt :D

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back home after 9 days in hospital due to sepsis then whilst in there I developed pneumonia not good


Your immune system not on top form mate, keep your head up and best of luck. Don't let these minor matters (relative to your other little issues) do you in. Keep strong, still got that bucket list to do and those bleeders in Sandwell must be hating your shirt :D


We know a brave man when we see one. Pogue have a great Christmas with all your family and friends keep fighting, and GOOD LUCK ..

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If you're strong enough Mr. Pogue then please try to give us a sign that you're still fighting the good fight?

I lost my Mate on Friday and never did get to visit him as his Wife said he didn't want visitors. I shall do my best to ensure that she is okay now.

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Nige's daughter posted an update on his behalf on Saturday. Still fighting, but not up to social media.

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Just seen on Facebook that Nige has passed away.

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Oh dear, so sad, RIP a true Wolf, You give us strength. condolences to his family.

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I just logged on, at home watching telly with the family, and found this. It was only a couple of weeks back that Pogue was looking sound, and up, up and away, in a Chopper.

R.I.P. Pogue.

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That is a shock.

i hope you feel better now mate. there are enough players with you for a decent game now.

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That is a shock.

i hope you feel better now mate. there are enough players with you for a decent game now.

RIP


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A very courageous man.

RIP Pogue.

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I'll add this in this thread albeit, it might not be 100% appropriate, but here goes anyway.

The importance of leaving a Will. Pogue had the opportunity of getting his house in order before his demise and it is always wise to have something down on paper in case you don't have time or an opportunity to get your house in order.

I write this as I am currently helping a lady who lost her husband before Christmas from terminal cancer and now, I find out that he didn't leave a Will which is causing all kinds of problems, money and Solicitors as Bulgarian inheritance laws are very different from the UK. All that was required was a few lines on a blank piece of paper with a signature at the end of the day. We don't even require a witness here, but I think you do in the UK albeit, the witness cannot be a beneficiary as I understand it.

Also, it good to remember that by not leaving a Will, folk that you would not consider giving a crumb to might well have a claim on your estate. :wink:

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Very wise.

I have three wills, Thai, Hk and UK. The thought of not having one is a nightmare in its self

The trouble, heartache and waste of money caused by not having one is a given. Listen to your uncle Moscow and get it sorted.

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Very wise.

I have three wills, Thai, Hk and UK. The thought of not having one is a nightmare in its self

The trouble, heartache and waste of money caused by not having one is a given. Listen to your uncle Moscow and get it sorted.



I haven't written one yet, but I know factually and legally that everything will go to my Wife, even the Euro's 600 in some Greek Bank that I have never had chance for 10 years or more to go back and draw it out. :lol:

There are daft things though, what happens if my one of my 5 Premium Bonds suddenly hits a jackpot figure - are they still valid after my demise and if so, how would a Spouse have any claim. :?

Sorting out Spouse rights to future Private and/or Government Widows pensions etc.

I wanted to write something before we went to Thailand as if our plane had come down or, something else had happened causing our demise, but we thought it too morbid, but if it had happened then nobody would know what to do and where I hide my money meaning my dogs would starve and nobody could legally sell anything off to raise money to feed them - it comes down to that in reality.

This latest episode with a non-Bulgarian speaking expat and not knowing how things work here has opened my eyes as to just how important that piece of paper can be. Another example in her case, Husband has a small private pension that his surviving Wife is entitled to claim - she sends them the original Bulgarian Death Certificate (which they did send back), but then say, but we cannot understand what is written there. She tells them, it is your responsibility to get it translated and they say they don't know where to do that in the UK, (strange that with all those millions of so called Bulgarians in the UK).

I asked a couple of questions and find out that Bulgaria is now a signature to some Vienna and EU convention whereby multi-lingual death certificates can be issued in 3 languages, French, English and German, but she didn't know. Now she does, she can go back to the office with a Bulgarian speaker and get what she needs, send it to the UK and free the money she needs from Hubby's private pension.

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Moscow Wolf wrote:
I'll add this in this thread albeit, it might not be 100% appropriate, but here goes anyway.

The importance of leaving a Will. Pogue had the opportunity of getting his house in order before his demise and it is always wise to have something down on paper in case you don't have time or an opportunity to get your house in order.

I write this as I am currently helping a lady who lost her husband before Christmas from terminal cancer and now, I find out that he didn't leave a Will which is causing all kinds of problems, money and Solicitors as Bulgarian inheritance laws are very different from the UK. All that was required was a few lines on a blank piece of paper with a signature at the end of the day. We don't even require a witness here, but I think you do in the UK albeit, the witness cannot be a beneficiary as I understand it.

Also, it good to remember that by not leaving a Will, folk that you would not consider giving a crumb to might well have a claim on your estate. :wink:


You can purchase a 'Will Kit' from any online stationer such as W H Smith for instance. They are legally binding and will prevent your "Estate" ( Not the Vauxhall Cavalier one) becoming intestate.

http://www.whsmith.co.uk/products/last- ... k/90009259

( Its hard to see by the front page of the advert as to which one is thinking of dying though as they am all loffin like drains?)

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Moscow Wolf wrote:
I'll add this in this thread albeit, it might not be 100% appropriate, but here goes anyway.

The importance of leaving a Will. Pogue had the opportunity of getting his house in order before his demise and it is always wise to have something down on paper in case you don't have time or an opportunity to get your house in order.

I write this as I am currently helping a lady who lost her husband before Christmas from terminal cancer and now, I find out that he didn't leave a Will which is causing all kinds of problems, money and Solicitors as Bulgarian inheritance laws are very different from the UK. All that was required was a few lines on a blank piece of paper with a signature at the end of the day. We don't even require a witness here, but I think you do in the UK albeit, the witness cannot be a beneficiary as I understand it.

Also, it good to remember that by not leaving a Will, folk that you would not consider giving a crumb to might well have a claim on your estate. :wink:


You can purchase a 'Will Kit' from any online stationer such as W H Smith for instance. They are legally binding and will prevent your "Estate" ( Not the Vauxhall Cavalier one) becoming intestate.

http://www.whsmith.co.uk/products/last- ... k/90009259

( Its hard to see by the front page of the advert as to which one is thinking of dying though as they am all loffin like drains?)


Yeap, I can just imagine your Daughter smiling like that when she finds out you've bequeathed her your garden shed. :wink:

I reckon that most working UK folk in their 50's and upwards that went through 25 years+ of paying expensive mortgages will make most of their immediate offspring quite wealthy. That's of course as long as you've not been written out of one. :roll:

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