Good morning everyone

 

As for Squiggle, it's a lovely sunny day here.

 

Summer, I've yet to see any of this final series of The Durrells. I'll record the documentary next Sunday though I know some details as to what happened after Corfu.

 

Ros, I hope all goes well with your rehearsals and the performance

 

I hope everyone has a good day

Yogi19 posted:

Good morning everyone 

Another lovely sunny morning.

Ros, good luck with the rehearsals and I’m sure the performance will be great.

Going clothes shopping today - I hate clothes shopping! 

Have a good day, all.

The weather can change at any minute Yogi. I'd check out the winter collection too being located where we are      

 

Hope all are well. It is indeed sunny here.  

 

Nice to see Farage being destroyed by a reasonably gentle interviewer as an aside.

 

 

 

 

I see that Doris Day has died.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/ent...inment-arts-48257670

 

Although I've seen quite a lot of her films over the years, the only ones I've seen in, say the last 30 years, when they've been on television would be Calamity Jane, which is worth watching, and The Man who Knew Too Much (I admit that I found the pairing of her and James Stewart in a Hitchcock film was a bit odd). The latter film is of course where Doris Day's most famous song (Que Sera Sera) came from. As a point of trivia she initially wasn't going to record the song for release as she thought it was just a forgettable children's song.

I contacted that client with the computer problems this morning. His email to me on Saturday was somewhat misleading as he had given me the impression that the problem was with files generally. Turns out that it was just mine he couldn't open. He doesn't use Excel even though his files look like Excel files. I sent him another version in ods format (Open Document) which is sometimes used  - that works for him so that's that problem sorted.

 

So on to the next problem, Another client (a company) has taxable profits this time which can be used against losses brought forward. In the past that's been easy to do in the tax software. Now, if the taxable profit is over £5m then you can only offset 50% against brought forward losses. The profits for my client is far far below that. Trouble is that HMRC in their wisdom have made it a requirement for the submitted computation to state what allowance the company is entitled to (which would be the £5m) and what deduction you are making (which would be the amount of the profit). If the compuation doesn't state that the company is going to land up by paying tax on 50% of the profit even though it's far under the £5m.
There doesn't seem to be a simple way of making the required disclosure in the computations. I've emailed my accounting software people about this.
Rather disturbingly, they didn't have an immediate answer, have passed it on to their head program developer and will come back to me in due course. I wouldn't have thought that I was the first accountant in the country who use their software to have had a client with thie scenario.

Moonie, hopefully the second half will be better

 

In the world of football, Manchester United failed in their last match of the season. Although they were the champions they needed to score 2 more goals than they did. In case you are puzzled by this, I should explain that this is the women's side and if you look at the final table at the For column, you'll get it
https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/fo...per-league-two/table

squiggle posted:

Good morning everyone it's another lovely bright morning. My goodness Ros I checked out the Mozart piece and it sounds very difficult. I hope all goes well with your rehearsals. I would be interested to know how it all went after the 23rd of June.

 

Enjoy your day everyone

thank you squiggle we are coping but its not easy

Good morning everyone it's a lovely sunny morning and the birds are singing, so lovely. I hope you found something nice to wear Yogi and that it wasn't too much of a hassle. I don't buy many clothes nowadays I find the colours they are using not to my taste I like reasonably bright clear colours. 

 

Enjoy your day everyone

Good morning everyone

 

Another lovely sunny day here.

 

Yogi, I'm glad you found what you were looking for

 

I may have worked out a way for dealing with that tax program issue but I'll wait to hear back from the software people. It's not something which I need sorted out straightaway, I've got weeks before I have to file the return. I contacted them yesterday to give them time and also, as they are holding a seminar tomorrow (I'm not going) it's the type of issue which they or an attendee may want to raise.

 

I hope eberyone has a good day

Good afternoon it’s glorious here, blazing! I’m having a cuppa tea outside before I head off to the airport! My mum won a holiday for two in a competition, so she’s taking me as her guest

El I hope you have a smoother time of it following all that carry on! Crikey  

squiggle, I agree. Many clothes in fashion now are awful, the prints and colours are not for me either. I’m sticking with my old stuff! 

Have a great day everyone, see you all soon  

 

Moonie posted:
El Loro posted:

From 1938 an animated short called Porky's Hare Hunt.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zaX1Xd3SP4
It's black and white and poor quality but. although not named as such, it's the first cartoon with the character who would be Bugs Bunny.

A touch of Woody Woodpecker in there too El 

Although I know what you mean, it wasn't Woody Woodpecker as he didn't appear until 1940. It's actiually the pre Bugs Bunny character making the trademake Woody Woodpecker sound

Good morning everyone it's another lovely bright morning. Same here Summer I treasure my lovely old clothes, you can't buy clothes like them today. Some are over 30 years old and just like new.

 

Have a great time Summer and Yogi. How wonderful your Mum winning a free holiday Summer 

 

 

Enjoy your day everyone

BBC news article today about Intel's Zombieload bug:
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/ent...inment-arts-48279613

 

For Windows operating systems Microsoft have issued a patch as part of the monthly security rollup. For Windows 7 users it's part of the update I got today- the reference being KB4499164.

McAfee customers need to be aware that there's an issue for them with the update:
https://support.microsoft.com/...s-7-update-kb4499164

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