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3 minutes ago, stevieb said:

I watch people scooping dog shit up in a carrier bag and sticking it in their pocket (if they aren't cunts) and just think "what are you doing you mentalist". 

But then single dog lovers probably think the same when we've got kids! 

 Better than leaving it in a tree.

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4 minutes ago, stevieb said:

I watch people scooping dog shit up in a carrier bag and sticking it in their pocket (if they aren't cunts) and just think "what are you doing you mentalist". 

But then single dog lovers probably think the same when we've got kids! 

I don't know about you but I never did put my kids shit in my pocket.

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7 minutes ago, stevieb said:

I watch people scooping dog shit up in a carrier bag and sticking it in their pocket (if they aren't cunts) and just think "what are you doing you mentalist". 

But then single dog lovers probably think the same when we've got kids! 

You put your kids' shit into a carrier bag and then put it in your pocket?

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5 minutes ago, Not in Crawley said:

Didn't they report today that that probably isn't the case if you caught it at the start? 

Although they are still at the beginning of all this, so I guess they are finding out more and more each day.

If you mean the Siren study, it shows at least 5 months antibody cover, reinfection chance was in 0.66% and of those who were reinfecteced they had much milder symptoms than first time, and it was healthcare workers, who are exposed to much higher reinfection risks at a higher prevalence than joe public, so it's pretty low. And this wasn't vaccine cover, the vaccine is supposed to provide higher cover than average infection 83% v 95%, so hopefully it will be a tiny number.

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Old man got his appointment for the vaccine today 

Breightmet Health centre.

fuckin made up to be honest, he’s not been out the house since last March hardly ,  start of the way out of it. 

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4 minutes ago, peelyfeet said:

If you mean the Siren study, it shows at least 5 months antibody cover, reinfection chance was in 0.66% and of those who were reinfecteced they had much milder symptoms than first time, and it was healthcare workers, who are exposed to much higher reinfection risks at a higher prevalence than joe public, so it's pretty low. And this wasn't vaccine cover, the vaccine is supposed to provide higher cover than average infection 83% v 95%, so hopefully it will be a tiny number.

Welcome back Peely! 👍

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An interesting fact that came out in one of the committee briefings was a company in Scotland who are using a deactivated form of the virus, the old fashioned type perhaps, but should give a much broader spectrum of response. Thus potentially enabling it to be effective against a greater range of variants.

Some way off iirc, but good to have as part of the armoury. 

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18 minutes ago, peelyfeet said:

If you mean the Siren study, it shows at least 5 months antibody cover, reinfection chance was in 0.66% and of those who were reinfecteced they had much milder symptoms than first time, and it was healthcare workers, who are exposed to much higher reinfection risks at a higher prevalence than joe public, so it's pretty low. And this wasn't vaccine cover, the vaccine is supposed to provide higher cover than average infection 83% v 95%, so hopefully it will be a tiny number.

I heard that if you owned cats you were 98% immune from the virus. 

I don't know what study it was, just overheard on the radio this morning. Just sounded like it wasn't as comprehensive as that. Although I was only half listening so I'm sure your right.

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1 hour ago, DazBob said:

Nope. I had a young cat a few years back that somebody poisoned with anti freeze. Not painless.

Sorry

Didn't know it was yours

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50 minutes ago, DazBob said:

You put your kids' shit into a carrier bag and then put it in your pocket?

Don't be a dick. 

I put it in an envelope and send it to Ken Anderson, Monaco. 

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2 hours ago, miamiwhite said:

Very rare we agree Jezza, but you're spot on here. Dog owners have their faces and balls licked constantly by harassing hounds that have been rolling in cow pat for hours.

 

1 hour ago, Not in Crawley said:

On this issue I agree with you 100%

Cats - bringing people together since the middle ages.

How ironic that the love of cats would see two of the biggest pussies on here make friends 

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Took my gran to docs in Howfen for her jab tonight, what scenes. It was well organised in and out, she saw an old pal in the holding area after the jab. They were rattling through them. She had the Pfizer one and is back in April 8th. 
 

Think the thing that got me was seeing all these folk who may of not been out due to shielding or spent time all alone. Knowing they are all queueing up for that shot in the arm Knowing it’s going to help them get to some kind of normality and threat the chance of getting this will be so much reduced. 
 

she’s on orders now to stay in for a couple of weeks don’t risk going out just yet! 
 

 

 

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6 minutes ago, Not in Crawley said:

Oooooh fighting talk. You need to get back on the booze Z, and quickly.

It's the booze what made me said it

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1 hour ago, Youri McAnespie said:

How did you find out? Who did it? Why did they do it?

A real cunt's trick...

Yep.

No idea who did it. Can only imagine it's because she was shitting in their garden. She was only 6 months old and a rescue cat too.

Spent 3 nights at the 'pet hospital' but had her put down as her organs were starting to shut down and vet said she was in too much pain.

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8 minutes ago, superjohnmcginlay said:

Took my gran to docs in Howfen for her jab tonight, what scenes. It was well organised in and out, she saw an old pal in the holding area after the jab. They were rattling through them. She had the Pfizer one and is back in April 8th. 
 

Think the thing that got me was seeing all these folk who may of not been out due to shielding or spent time all alone. Knowing they are all queueing up for that shot in the arm Knowing it’s going to help them get to some kind of normality and threat the chance of getting this will be so much reduced. 
 

she’s on orders now to stay in for a couple of weeks don’t risk going out just yet! 
 

 

 

Peter House?

My mum (82) is due to have the jab there but was worried about the organisation, etc. I noticed that they've got a marquee on the car park. They doing them in there?

 

 

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8 minutes ago, DazBob said:

Yep.

No idea who did it. Can only imagine it's because she was shitting in their garden. She was only 6 months old and a rescue cat too.

Spent 3 nights at the 'pet hospital' but had her put down as her organs were starting to shut down and vet said she was in too much pain.

Arseholes.

Years ago some boy racer ran over our dog when my then missus was taking him out for a walk, he was as road savvy as a human.

Fucking nobhead had added so many distinctive modifications it took about two minutes to track him down, but revenge was served much later - cold.

Who'd kill an animal for something that, whilst disgusting, isn't a fucking conscious act.

Besides which, how much is a SuperSoaker, about a tenner?

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6 minutes ago, DazBob said:

Yep.

No idea who did it. Can only imagine it's because she was shitting in their garden. She was only 6 months old and a rescue cat too.

Spent 3 nights at the 'pet hospital' but had her put down as her organs were starting to shut down and vet said she was in too much pain.

Thats dreadful

First job i had some clever twat glued the works cats arse up

One bloke made sure he would never think of doing similar again

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5 minutes ago, jeep said:

Peter House?

My mum (82) is due to have the jab there but was worried about the organisation, etc. I noticed that they've got a marquee on the car park. They doing them in there?

 

 

Yes. The marquee is the holding area, Queue up at the entrance, then straight into a doctors office and into the holding area. It was busy but she was waiting 5 mins or so for the jab and then the 15mins holding. If I was picky the social distancing could’ve been better but that only minor nitpicking at the rate they were administering. There were patients from the Blackrod practice as well as Peter House. 
 

Lot of traffic but we parked on the pavement between Captain Lee’s and Waters Nook which was easier than getting outside.

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