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Peter O Hanraha-hanrahan

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  • Birthday 09/12/2009

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  1. You know in some barbers they have pictures on the wall of male models from the 80s with different haircuts? That particular picture can be found in black and white on walls of Gents barbers around East Bristol and the style is called ‘the Saghead’.
  2. And this is exactly why it could never work. You couldn’t trust them not to turn up in the Jesters uniform and belt out that shit anthem of theirs at every opportunity (those that would actually attend). The result would be carnage, you’ll have ‘ex’ City support launching ‘ex’ Gasheads down the stairs of the Dolman and if we’re playing Leeds it’ll be 90 minutes of gobby ***** getting thrown down stairs all around the ground.
  3. Hahahahaha, a £15,000 IWC. SL probably wears one of those when he’s grouting the bathroom.
  4. Really? After decades of rubbing 1982 in our faces? Getting on their high horses over the AG8 and our financial difficulties nearly 40 years ago. Many, many Gasheads would love to see us disappear, I know because over the years they’ve said so openly on Social Media. Staggering lack of self awareness from the Saghead who posted that.
  5. It’s going to be 3 weeks until we see any improvement in the figures, as long as people aren’t coughing and breathing all over each other in Asda trying to get to that last packet of Smash...which they probably are. Our local Tesco’s express are operating a queuing system just to get inside and only allowing so many people in at once. They’ve also used black and yellow tape to make a grid on the floor, one person allowed in each ‘box’ at a time. Its about time supermarkets started doing this.
  6. I’m sure many of us have seen the post that keeps getting shared on Facebook started by some dickshit woman up North telling people they’ve almost certainly had Covid-19 if they had a rough cold from November onwards. Judging by the number of people reposting it I think many are certain it was. Really dangerous presumption to make
  7. There’s also a Redcliffe in Brisbane (BeeGees fans will know this already). It’s just like our Redcliffe except it’s next to the Sea, hotter and no tower blocks. Up the road from there is Newport, no train station at that Newport but there is one in Newport, Melbourne. This is easy.
  8. This is mental Have you seen what towns are called in Australia? I will give you this one: Ipswich QLD
  9. Most people who die from this disease do so at least 10 days - 2 weeks after they start showing symptoms. Yesterday showed the largest number of new cases in a day, which is concerning. Even if we’re only currently testing people who are so sick they're in hospital, that still suggests that the death rate will go up over the next 7 days. Obviously we all hope for a quick drop in cases and deaths but it’s worth remaining realistic about where we are in this Pandemic.
  10. This is a great post, the only thing I’d ask anyone in healthcare who posts on here would be, how does the number of admissions to Hospital since January for Pneumonia compare to a Winter/Spring period from every other year? My suspicion, judging from what doctors themselves are saying, is that it’s much higher than usual which would suggest (maybe) that this has not been doing the rounds for that long and consequently the number of people who already have immunity is not that great at all.
  11. A word of caution. Todays jump in new cases is the highest so far, over 1400. Whilst we’re all hoping for the number of deaths to fall the sad likelihood is that the higher number of new cases today the more deaths there will be in 2 weeks time.
  12. The tests themselves are, by all accounts, only around 60-70% accurate meaning that there is the possibility of false negatives. From what I’ve seen it appears the general consensus is that you are indeed immune once you have fought off the disease. However, the virus itself can remain present in the body for quite a while after symptoms have gone. Therefore you can test positive, positive, positive negative, negative, positive for example. Someone with a better understanding than I can confirm if this is common with all viruses (I remember Ebola patients having to be very careful to practice safe sex long after recovery).
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