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  1. To be fair a lot of that is when people have gone abroad for surgery because it was cheaper (usually cosmetic) that has gone wrong.
  2. I got in one of those one night and asked him to take me to pill charged me £200 the B****rd.
  3. Without making the magnification on the page really small ie 50% the list of topics ends about half way down the list , any ideas?
  4. It's amazing how different Saturdays feel, I genuinely got half way through the day last week and suddenly realised what day of the week it was, without football it just became another ordinary day.
  5. FAG!! for the corporal, LIGHT!! for the corporal.
  6. That would lead to some pretty interesting line ups.
  7. Well the obvious one is You tube to be honest don't know what I would do without it at the moment google earth street view is another about the only way you can safely walk the streets nice to go to your favourite holiday resort not quite the same but better than nothing.
  8. How would that work with the two metre distancing? fine for free kicks but not much else.
  9. Yes I can see it now, a little confusing but yes bad, but still I think not as bad as we were led to believe it would be, any death is one too many, this sort of figure may be around for a little while longer but unless there is a very large increase In the daily numbers no way are tens of thousands going to die.
  10. That goes up to yesterday which was 43 deaths.
  11. I have no doubt that we are not out of the woods yet, but just don't think it will be anywhere near as bad as we have been led to believe, maybe a bit of negative spin doctoring to scare people into behaving themselves?
  12. CSE grade 2 maths and a width kick with float at Beg Brooke primary in 1965 if your asking.
  13. 20,000 casualties, it will be less than half that unless there is a massive downturn ( by that I mean a lot more cases) I think we have seen if not the worse of it at least the beginning of the end, it may be a bit bad for a week or two more but I'm not of the were doomed brigade which puts me in a minority of one on here so it seems. I'm talking overall deaths not contagion because the number of deaths per contagion is not accurate there are a lot more people who have got it than reported which means the percentage of deaths per contagion is a lot lower than published.
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