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#Hello all,

Newfound spirit of PLO positivity.

As you know, the revised PLO is rushing at us all like a big happy ice-cream truck, an ice-cream truck that is fuelled by bubbles of fizzy lifting lemonade, and as part of that, LAs will need to be using the new special and beautiful Form C110a to issue their applications.

Now, I can only find this form in PDF format, which although is gorgeous and lovely and just peachy, doesn’t actually let you bloody type into it, and you know then save it, email it to other parties, and use it.  I am selfish like that, which is my fault, not the PLO. The PLO is perfect, the PLO is kind to badgers, the PLO helps the sun shine even more brightly.

If any of my readers happen to have the new form that we need to use for every new care application in the sort of format that allows people to make use of it, I’d be grateful for at least twenty minutes…

The PLO is good, the PLO is kind, the PLO is the moon over Mae West’s shoulder, the PLO is a Waldorf salad, the nimble tread of the feet of Fred Astaire, tower of Pisa, the smile on the Mona Lisa, and is certainly not in any way shape or form like rain on your wedding day, or a free ride when you’ve already paid.

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About suesspiciousminds

Law geek, local authority care hack, fascinated by words and quirky information; deeply committed to cheesecake and beer.

4 responses

  1. Jerry Lonsdale

    Ahhhh, I sees your problem right there fella, the dog gone form has been Gok Wan’d, the’ve made it a pretty blue colour to mach the PLO sky, justice .gov have only released the form on PDF, have you tried like I often do, is to use something like open office Draw, I use that for N161’s lets you save too, sadly, thats all the help I can offer at the moment, normal service will resume shortly

  2. If you do manage to find a more useable version please feel free to share.

  3. “The PLO is good, the PLO is kind, the PLO is the moon over Mae West’s shoulder, the PLO is a Waldorf salad, the nimble tread of the feet of Fred Astaire, tower of Pisa, the smile on the Mona Lisa”

    Sue, how did a crawler like you ever learn to walk on tow legs?

    Glad you found it!

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