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Lt. Aldo Raine

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  1. I think that's still very much up for debate, to be fair.
  2. I'd like to think so, but I just can't see it. I don't think it'd take very long for things to get back to where they were.
  3. Not if the club goes bust. And if it doesn't, literally every club will owe money to players so presumably compromises will be agreed.
  4. Ta. I read this morning about a small town in Lombardy called Ferrera Erbognone, where there have been no confirmed cases despite it being in one of the most badly affected areas of the country and surrounded by towns with hundreds of confirmed cases. There's probably an innocent explanation for it but it's interesting nontheless.
  5. Have you managed to find the death rates over the last few days for the hardest hit regions in Italy? I know the whole country recorded over 900 deaths yesterday, but I wondered if there'd been a drop in those areas. I've had a look myself but haven't been able to find any.
  6. They'll probably be alright as long as they wash their hands afterwards and don't touch their face in the meantime. Why is he giving them pens anyway?
  7. The chances of Liverpool missing out on the Premier League title.
  8. I've read that. And also an 18-year-old woman in France and a 21-year-old woman over here. At face value, it's extremely concerning. But again, we don't get to hear very much about the likely many more who make a full recovery or suffer few if any symptoms. It's also possible that in each of these tragic cases it might be that there were no known underlying health conditions, rather than there not being any. Clearly though, it's something to be worried about.
  9. I forgot to type the word credible. 🙂
  10. From what I've read, it seems to be more serious for young people than had previously been thought. That might just be because we hear about the worst cases though. But my general point is that it's a good rule of thumb to at least make sure there's a name or a source attached to the information before placing much trust in it.
  11. Maybe. But I got the vitamin D thing from one of @kent_white's mate Dr. Campbell's videos.
  12. But surely it's only worth reading credible, verifiable information? It reads just like one of those viral (no pun intended) emails that go round.
  13. To be fair, I think there is some evidence (but not conclusive proof) that Vitamin D can help with viruses and infections. I don't know if it would be effective against coronavirus, but I expect not.
  14. Someone at work sent it me yesterday. You've posted it in the right thread because it's bollocks.
  15. I'm not sure it's wise to post these kinds of thing. They can't be properly verified and I doubt that someone trusted with such knowledge would be irresponsible enough to leak it.
  16. I won't comment on the article itself, but Craig Murray is a notorious crank.
  17. The video on this tweet has now been deleted.
  18. 30 seconds into this tweet from the Government's official twitter account:
  19. The Government now seem to be saying you can't go to work unless you're a key worker.
  20. I can understand why they want to gives us as much freedom as they can allow, and credut to them for it, but how are they going to police whether or not the people you're out with live with you?
  21. On the way to and from work today there were still quite a few people milling round. Precisely none of them were practicing social distancing.
  22. We'll all be bald through stress by May anyway.
  23. A few things to bear in mind when comparing our death rate with those of other countries: 1.Germany has 28,000 ICU beds. We have 4,000. At the outbreak of the crisis, Germany had 29.2 intensive care beds per 100,000 people. Italy had 12.5. We had just 6.6. 2. We have more than double the amount of asthmatics than Itsly, and already the worst preventable desth rstes for asthma in Europe.
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