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italian dave

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italian dave last won the day on March 14 2020

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  1. Terrible news. Wishing him all the best; always a player I had a lot of time for, and even as a bluebird!
  2. https://www.irishnews.com/magazine/entertainment/2017/04/18/news/mrs-merton-s-brazen-question-to-debbie-mcgee-voted-best-one-liner-999791/
  3. Webster wasn’t too shabby. But take the point.
  4. I don't follow the 'reduce impact on the NHS....' bit? Surely the NHS isn't paying for Premier League and EFL testing?
  5. Too many people talking b---ks, eh? Seriously though, OTIB isn't meant to be a "source". It's a discussion forum.
  6. The fact that he runs a business called 'seedful' seems somehow appropriate.
  7. And if we were all sufficiently distanced..why no over 60s? Sorry, I do get your point about devils advocate and equally I'm not trying to be a smartass and pick holes: I have no idea what the answer is. But I think you can observe looking around the world that the places that have done best the past year have been those whose objective has been to eliminate the virus, not to manage it. And those who've done second best have been those whose objective has been to manage it from a position of strength (ie minimal numbers). Trying to manage it by tweaking a few things here and there (whet
  8. Cunning and well thought out. But apparently poorly executed. That’s Bristol City for you! Seriously, so sorry to read what you’re going through, thoughts are with you and your family Tone.
  9. And then, having all infected each other, they can go back to their under 60s only homes, return to their under 60s only workplaces, pop out to the under 60s only pubs and restaurants - why didn’t anyone think of that....?!
  10. I remember him at an event at the Gate too - perhaps the same one as @cidered abroad. He said something that's always stuck with me - "It's good to see Bristol City back where they belong......11th in Division 2" In many ways, that sums up my 50+ years of supporting City! RIP Tommy.
  11. What would or wouldn’t have happened without covid is speculation. You can agree or disagree, but it’s not ‘incorrect’ is it. You’ve no way of knowing. And I thought that was exactly the point she was making (tho I’d agree she has no more right to claim it as a fact than you have the opposite) It was certainly a view others suggested at the time.
  12. Early days, but this suggests the new variant has no worse outcomes in terms of mortality or morbidity. https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/948152/Technical_Briefing_VOC202012-2_Briefing_2_FINAL.pdf The viral load clearly affects spread and therefore transmission. But this suggests it may not increase seriousness of infection (which is what I'd also assumed originally). The increased infectivity still means more new cases so, even if the same % ending up in hospital that does still mean greater pressure on the NHS. And
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