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  1. FireWall

    Had an email from Matt Hancock

    I get my Vit D from wintering in India, which I can't do this year. Plus summer English sunshine, this must be why I'm indestructible. I'll drop Matt an email and say 'yes I'll 'ave some'.
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    Had an email from Matt Hancock

    ....which was nice. Basically he was asking if I was alright, which was nice again. The email went on a bit, ended up asking if I wanted any vitamin D. I enquired with my lover (nurse Vicky) what's all this about then? Because the government have locked us up for huge chunks time we haven't had...
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    All in all

    Excellent post. Far be it for me to defend the geezer, I mean he is without doubt a six finger-ist, garlic-a-phobic, gay-a-phobic, train-spotter-ist.......there are too many to list here, I think the term phobic disorders should cover it. So, not to defend. I note that 'geezers' current...
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    Lions Met

    I do believe in 'the trade' this is known as back sac and crack.
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    Childhood...

    Rediffusion. We didn't have this has I remember a two pronged Ariel sat in top of the TV. At some point a new TV development came along call 625 lines. There was also a TV repair man that used to change the valves in the back of the TV. Valves were like thin light bulbs that glowed with a wire...
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    Childhood...

    The Magic Roundabout. Featuring more drug references than an episode of Breaking Bad. A stoned rabbit called Dylan, and a moustachioed pea on a spring called Zebedee.
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    Childhood...

    Mr Nash?? I remember a teacher by that name, a bit dodge.
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    Childhood...

    Blimey just read the entire thread, not much to add other than, I was born in 1954, so the 60's is where memories start to come into focus. Racing lollie sticks down the Quaggy. Riding a byclye through Greenwich foot tunnel to the declining Millwall docks. Getting a Saturday morning job in...
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    Great Film

    There you go.
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    The Great Reset

    Hydrogen battery cells is where it's going. No mining, use the wind turbines to create the hydrogen. 1 min vid.
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    The Great Reset

    Therein is the problem, drop of revenues. The US has huge employment in the oil industry, they're government have been resistant. Regardless of governments reluctance the market will drive this. Europe, I include the UK in this will lead the way, we are already edging towards 50% of electric...
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    James McClean covid

    Could it be long?
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    The Great Reset

    I appreciate you have time on your hands, time to start a thread and then write reams of paragraphs for the sake it, going off on imaginary tangents because you can. Play fake with words for no apparent reason, good on you, and better on you that I am engaging, giving you more oxygen. I...
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    The Great Reset

    Do leave off. When I've finished work I may, if I can be bothered deconstruct that load of waffle. Fuck me, worthless, ignorant, condescending, you must have some whopping chip on yer shoulder.
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    The Great Reset

    Green energy is where the growth is going to be. The analogy of the smart phone, iPhone bought out the first smart phone, nothing much happened to begin with. The market then took it up and there was an explosion of growth. We all mostly have one now. Green energy, has been bubbling along for a...
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    The Great Reset

    Capitalism is cyclical it periodically needs a reset, wars normally do this. However the reset is never equal, it can't be, because capitalism is not equal. Could go on here about capitalism.......... Countries that are not democracies intially stand a better chance in a new world order. I was...
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    My last ever game at the Den

    I posted this elsewhere earlier today. Thinking about the vaccine, not everybody will require it. If over 80% of people who are hospitalised and die of Covid are aged 60 years and older, with the average age of somebody dying with the disease is 82 yrs. It’s a age related disease just like the...
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    Cardiff

    Leonard is a better player under Rowett, I see him as a player doing a lot of the dirty work. Foot in here, a block there, a tackle that breaks the rhythm of the opo, never gonna set the game alight other than the odd screamer. Will never have the 'Jimmy' status, I have to maintain a good NH...
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    Cardiff

    Almost as important was his honourable departure, doesn't happen very often. JB told me it saved him having that difficult conversation.
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    Cardiff

    You mean like Cooper, Hutch, Romeo, Jed, M Wallace, Mahoney, Smith, Leonard. There were of course some poor signings but generally the good far outweigh the poor.