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Jenson last won the day on April 19 2018

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  1. Jenson

    Whats your current aftershave

    I got these for Christmas last year and I think they're boss. Marks and Spencer so not too expensive and Dermot O'Leary seems like a top bloke, so it's a yes from me.
  2. Jenson

    Digital tickets 21/22 season

    Yes mate, it was just an email, with a link to download the ticket straight to my apple wallet.
  3. Jenson

    Digital tickets 21/22 season

    My brother transferred me his ticket for the Burnley game just before. I received an email with the link to download to my apple wallet and jobs a good'un. All sorted until I try to get in when it will probably all go to shit.
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    Euro 2020 Round Up (Round of 16)

    There's nothing of value that VAR adds to the game, whether it retrospectively gets a decision right or not. It's completely ruining the joy and spontaneity of the game and needs fucking off in it's entirety.
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    Euro 2020(21)

    Get your money on the Swiss right now!
  6. Jenson

    Euro 2020 Round Up (Days 4-5)

    VAR ruins games by just being there.
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    Ok, it's at this point that the actual science/data becomes irrelevant to the conversation.
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    All this author has done is write a review of meta analysis of data from trials run by other researchers, the largest of which was just 400 participants. Why are you happy to take the word of this author based on this paper, and dismiss the data taken from over 14,000 people on the effectiveness of the vaccines against the delta variant? It makes no sense.
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    Just for comparison, the largest trial study I can find for the benefits of Ivermectin against Covid19 is 1195 participants. Also: https://www.ema.europa.eu/en/news/ema-advises-against-use-ivermectin-prevention-treatment-covid-19-outside-randomised-clinical-trials
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    No worries, but I think your taking the word 'suggests' far too literally. The 96%/92% efficacy of the vaccines against the delta variant is calculated from data analysis of over 14,000 people. In terms of biological trials that's a pretty large number.
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    In 25 years of publishing (biological) scientific papers, I have never used the words 'proof' or 'proved' once. I have regularly used words such as 'suggests', 'indicates', 'evidence', 'shows', 'signifies' etc but never 'proof'. Nothing is ever 'proven' in biological science, the explanation for any phenomena is what best fits the data available.
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    There's no such thing in science.
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    The word 'suggests' is used extremely widely and regularly in all scientific publications. It's the go to word for saying this is what the data is telling us.
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    Euro 2020(21)

    Fucking hell, that looked bad. Hope to fuck he pulls through.