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    #16
    Thank you all for your suggestions and views. All very valid. It is indeed risky letting to a relative and having talked it through with son - will probably not do so even if he will do the decorating. For those interested - My mortgage stipulates - no relatives, no students, no housing benefit tenants, no asylum seekers, those who have diplomatic immunity, social landlords, holidy lets, and Rent Act protected tenants. I wonder if there are any people out there left to rent my little house to!!!

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      #17
      Originally posted by MaryKate View Post
      I wonder if there are any people out there left to rent my little house to!!!
      don't worry, plenty out there

      And in jest, but true, here are just a few ( giggle )

      Actor
      Actuary
      Advocates
      Agricultural and food scientist
      Anthropologist
      Architect
      Artist
      Automotive mechanic
      Bookkeeping clerk
      Budget analyst
      Carpenter
      Chemist
      Childcare worker
      Civil engineer
      Coach
      Computer hardware engineer
      Computer support specialist
      Cost estimator
      Court reporter
      Dancer
      Database administrator
      Dentists
      Designer
      Desktop publisher
      Doctors
      Drafter
      Economist
      Editor
      Educator
      Electrical engineer
      Electrician
      Engineers
      Environmental scientist
      Farmer
      Financial analyst
      Firefighter
      Fitness trainer
      Historian
      Human resources assistant
      Judge
      Landscape architect
      Lawyer
      Librarian
      Loan officer
      Machanic
      Mathematician
      Microbiologist
      Musician
      Nurses
      Paralegal
      Pharmacist
      Photographer
      Physician
      Physicist
      Police officer
      Priests/ Pastors
      Professional athlete
      Psychologist
      Real estate agent
      Recreational therapist
      Referee
      Registered nurse
      Reporter
      Scientists
      Secretary
      Social worker
      Software developer
      Solicitors
      Statistician
      Surgeons
      Surveyor
      Systems analyst
      Teachers
      Thor
      Urban planner
      Veterinarian
      Web developer
      Welder
      Writer

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        #18
        Thor doesn't get paid surely ?
        I'm a good tenant with great landlords
        I'm also a living, breathing, fully cooked female.

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          #19
          Originally posted by Brb View Post
          Thor doesn't get paid surely ?
          I see you saw the extra one I threw in there.

          does not get paid, but can replicate gold, or but can pay using
          Naquadah ( SG-1 ) and you can obliterate others problem
          tenants, for a fee !

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            #20
            What's a Machanic?
            'Pause you who read this, and think for a moment of the long chain of iron or gold, of thorns or flowers, that would never have bound you, but for the formation fo the first link on one memorable day'. Charles Dickens, Great Expectations

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              #21
              Originally posted by mind the gap View Post
              What's a Machanic?
              Don't shoot the messenger.

              For Machanic - read Mechanic

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