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3 minutes ago, boltondiver said:

Except we might win.

I was there in 2010/11 and there is nothing like it. Nothing.

I watched England get hammered by Australia at Old Trafford in 1989, every session of it. It was absoultely wank. Wank

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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

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9 minutes ago, Roger_Dubuis said:

I watched England get hammered by Australia at Old Trafford in 1989, every session of it. It was absoultely wank. Wank

Yes, I went, when we lose it is pretty rank.

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On 16/01/2021 at 08:35, royal white said:

It’s frightening the amount of scaremongering and false information being posted on Facebook. 

its frightening the ammount of people that still use facebook and engage in the shit

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16 minutes ago, Not in Crawley said:

Also, looks like we might have passed the peak down here, which would be great news. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/london-coronavirus-cases-latest-figures-falling-boroughs-b900087.html

I saw something yesterday that suggested as a country we are mostly past the peak, I think NW and East Midlands still the only places with the R-rate above 1.0

It does look like this lockdown might have worked.

The vaccines look like they're being pushed out at a great rate of knots as well, so there is finally a bit of light at the end of this very, very long tunnel

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1 hour ago, Sweep said:

I saw something yesterday that suggested as a country we are mostly past the peak, I think NW and East Midlands still the only places with the R-rate above 1.0

It does look like this lockdown might have worked.

The vaccines look like they're being pushed out at a great rate of knots as well, so there is finally a bit of light at the end of this very, very long tunnel

Just short of 300000 last lot. New mass centres opening today too.

Fingers crossed.

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3 hours ago, royal white said:

Same can be said for any social media platform, take from them what you want.

For some bizarre reason my ISP put a wank-filter on my connection over the festive period...

It took about 48hrs for it to be removed.

I discovered, during those dark hours and with an idea sparked unsurprisingly from here*, that if one went on a random twitter page, then used the 'search' facility for various porn stars, they'd often have viewable XXX material that the adult content filter didn't erm...filter.

I still think Twitter is used solely by wankers though, in fact probably even more so...

 

* The infamous 'Geoffrey' footage - and, no, I fucking didn't 😉, but that was where I learned that Twatter allows porn...

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2 minutes ago, boltondiver said:

Not only are we not at the back of the queue, we are way out at the front.

 

Some interesting details I learned earlier from Zahawi in his briefing of the committee. Israel is doing a turn up, queue and get your vaccine system. Means things start quicker.

We've focused on at risk/elderly groups, which initially (because of need to take vaccine to some) is slower.

Two different approaches. Whether one proves slightly better- not sure. One for Peely maybe.

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4 minutes ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

If you're shielding are you not classed as at risk and therefore due earlier?

 

Yes,going of my age it should be mid June but they are hopeful it will be April if everything goes to plan.Even though I've been advised to shield they say I am not at the very high risk level  unlike the ones that got the letter but it would be much safer to be cautious 

 

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3 minutes ago, 1969 said:

Yes,going of my age it should be mid June but they are hopeful it will be April if everything goes to plan.Even though I've been advised to shield they say I am not at the very high risk level  unlike the ones that got the letter but it would be much safer to be cautious 

 

You're the same age as me. I suspect all over 50s- the initial block of cohorts- will be done a bit sooner. Just going off the expansion of the system. Presumably the rate of administration of first jabs will not rise as quickly (or plateau) once second jabs come into the set up, but listening to the AZ top brass, I envisage growth in vaccine supply. 

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1 minute ago, boltondiver said:

Some journo having a dip as vaccinations were down yesterday 

Diwn to about 250,000

cretin

Asking uncomfortable questions does not make him a cretin

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3 minutes ago, Casino said:

Asking uncomfortable questions does not make him a cretin

Think need to see a full weeks figures be amazed if there is not a reporting lag at weekend. Figures I saw which I think he quoted are England only. 

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Haters gonna hate

Clutching at straws if questioning the vaccine roll out right now

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18 minutes ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

You're the same age as me. I suspect all over 50s- the initial block of cohorts- will be done a bit sooner. Just going off the expansion of the system. Presumably the rate of administration of first jabs will not rise as quickly (or plateau) once second jabs come into the set up, but listening to the AZ top brass, I envisage growth in vaccine supply. 

Hope your right pal like I said they've advised but left it upto me as to what I consider to be a risk

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Vax

Other numbers too but that could well be down to reporting

If the supercentres run 7 days a week, might not be a big issue

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