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1 hour ago, kent_white said:

This Government seem to do this. Aim for a extremely high target and take the flack if and when it doesn't get there.

There's a school of thought that that's actually more effective than aiming for a more modest target and then missing out on that one. 

Gotta think big! 

No problem with that, set a big target and be honest about factors if you don't get there. They would get most people on board if they acted that way.

Unfortunately they have form for hiding or distorting data to make it look like they made their target.

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That was one of the loveliest things to ever happen. Stood in my garden sobbing like a baby! Proud to work for the NHS 👏👏👏👏❤️

My uncle lost his battle to this in Royal Bolton this morning, so he will be one of today’s numbers.  last rites over the phone held by a nurse with no family there. made an exception yester

I’ve sat with my mum who is slipping away, literally breathing her last today. She idolises the Queen, and whilst she didn’t in all likelihood hear that, I know she would have loved every single

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1 minute ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

Biggest surprise for me is the frogs. Louis Pasteur was one of their own ffs.

If it was a french vaccine they’d be near 100%
 

Dont want no Rosbíf vaccine

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5 minutes ago, boltondiver said:

They think they are summat

Exactly

Tell them the vaccine is grown on the perfect soils of Paulliac, or been created in the kitchens and bakeries of Paris and they'd be all over it.

They are simply jealous.

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6 hours ago, Not in Crawley said:

Thats most of WW sorted isn't it?

It's a sobering thought that some posters from the Rivals days would be in their (late) twenties then, and now would fall into the 'get these owd cunts jabbed' over-50's category.

There must be at least one poster still active who joined in the autumn of youth and is now creaking ever nearer the grave as a balding, greying and probably impotent owd duffer?

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3 minutes ago, Youri McAnespie said:

It's a sobering thought that some posters from the Rivals days would be in their (late) twenties then, and now would fall into the 'get these owd cunts jabbed' over-50's category.

There must be at least one poster still active who joined in the autumn of youth and is now creaking ever nearer the grave as a balding, greying and probably impotent owd duffer?

There is but he stopped posting on here when he got some staples wedged in his helmet after an unfortunate incident involving a brass, a fanzine and some poor directional control

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13 minutes ago, Youri McAnespie said:

It's a sobering thought that some posters from the Rivals days would be in their (late) twenties then, and now would fall into the 'get these owd cunts jabbed' over-50's category.

There must be at least one poster still active who joined in the autumn of youth and is now creaking ever nearer the grave as a balding, greying and probably impotent owd duffer?

I had just left uni when I joined Rivals, temping at my Dad's school and applying for jobs in London... that makes me feel old.

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33 minutes ago, Youri McAnespie said:

It's a sobering thought that some posters from the Rivals days would be in their (late) twenties then, and now would fall into the 'get these owd cunts jabbed' over-50's category.

There must be at least one poster still active who joined in the autumn of youth and is now creaking ever nearer the grave as a balding, greying and probably impotent owd duffer?

Casino?

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I was doing a fansite, with Dids-esque enthusiasm, when I signed up (as Blanco). When I came across here I pretty much jacked it in, it was impossible to produce the same quality of read that a 'community' creates, weĺl, specifically and uniquely - Wanderersways. I could probably tell almost to the day the day I joined Rivals by looking at the properties of images of my piss poor fansite.

I dunno why folk bugger off, claim 'leftist coups', say "it's not the same" etc. I don't reckon' that much has changed tbh.

Fuck me, a lot of water under the bridge since then - then again lots of posters now (going off the Euro 96 thread) would've still been in single figures (or just about double) in the days of mass invading Tranmere's board etc.

Spanning three decades, take a bow, Happy.

BTW no way George was in the late stages of youth on Rivals - I bet he's eighty now 😀

It used to tickle me that No balls used to be particularly peturbed by his admission he liked visiting the south when with his lady friends. 😨

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12 minutes ago, Youri McAnespie said:

Spanning three decades, take a bow, Happy.

he bought the domain in 99 - so that's 4!!

fair play

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I was Normid on the rivals site - had a few names on here, kept changin as kept forgetting my password/username.

I think n the the successes is the format, when you go on other fan sites and you have that odd chain things going on. Its always been really easy and clear to use.

That and the fact there are some proper manics on this site who always keep it entertaining.

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1 minute ago, ZicoKelly said:

he bought the domain in 99 - so that's 4!!

fair play

Oh, I think I knew that, I've just got pickled brain ( © Bolty58. ) inability to count properly, was it up and running around the time of the turn of the Millenium? I'm sure I was lurking around the time of the Tranmere League Cup Semi dicking...

The mind boggles.

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3 minutes ago, jmjhb said:

Cases slowly coming down

Still a monstrous amount of deaths though 

 

Is that 4 days running now over 1000? - very grim

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