But first, on the subject of feeding children, someone has complained about people who have big cars and gadgets for their kids and yet still use a food bank.
Again, I don't care, just feed the bloody kids.
If someone is made redundant or loses their job for whatever reason this doesn't mean that all their bills are suddenly stopped. If they have sky tv, a mobile phone or whatever they are still under contract, the bills still have to be paid. Even if these payments are putting them in debt they still have to be paid. Bank accounts can be frozen leaving people with no access to money. I'll say it again, just feed the poor bloody kids.
And on to the title of this post, the motor is buggered on our satellite dish so we can't watch tv. The system is 11 years old and will cost at least £1000 to replace, I don't watch enough tv to make it worth paying that. A friend of Steve's tried to get our fire stick working but with limited success as the subtitles don't show up. So Steve bought some headphones and whilst trying to connect them (with the handle of a wooden spoon, don't ask) disconnected the DVD player!
Never mind, I have unlimited data on my phone so I can watch tv via the phone. Only no, I can't, as my phone is showing Emergency Calls Only. We seem to be in a black hole signal wise.
I was invited to a zoom catch up but was unable to join in because I had no signal, I was also asked if I would be interviewed about living on a boat but again I couldn't participate.
I am still waiting for my hearing aid to be repaired, but even if it turns up now I cannot collect it because of lockdown.
I shall post this blog and it will hopefully upload when I drive to the chemist tomorrow.