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    Have a rant thread

    One of the parents brought a dog to my Grandson's 3rd birthday party. When they got around to popping the balloons the dog (a harmless spaniel) started going mental. It's a toddlers birthday ffs, what do people expect. It was also trying to grab cake from the paper plates, I'd have sent them packing the moment they turned up with the mutt. I have distant memories where you'd go to a birthday party and you'd be dropped off. Now it's an excuse for the adults to have their own party and stuff the kids. I also get an xmas card off a mate, his wife and their dog! Who puts their pets on cards.
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    Rate the last film you watched...

    Nobody 7.5/10 Ridiculously brilliant. Bob Odenkirk in film where The Equaliser meets John Wick. It was all to predictable, I should have hated it. But I loved it and at times I was laughing out loud. Then right at the end, a clipped version of YNWA. It entertained me anyway.
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    Strategy Games PC

    I bought this yesterday from the link provided by Cloggy, thanks. I haven't installed it yet but I've watched four of the seven tutorial videos (link above) so I can at least have an idea of what I'm doing.
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    The world of a woman.

    Yeah you just failed another level of The Shit Test. On to the next level. Enjoy.
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    Nike deal

    Sorry, I mean't the 15th.
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    Nike deal

    It should arrive at any time. My grandkids away kits stopped tracking, a couple of days later they arrived. Creation Time 2021-07-09 18:20:00 2021-07-24 09:18:00 United Kingdom, United Kingdom ,【 United Kingdom 】 delivered I had two messages from friends yesterday who received their shirts within 3 weeks. If you ordered on 24th, I'd say you should get them by Thursday next week.
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    The Railways

    Considering the drivers haven't even been trained to drive them, we won't be seeing many any time soon. My mate is a driver, I asked him about these last week.
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    Other Football 2021/22

    A spokesman said: 'On Monday 26 July Cheshire Constabulary received reports of a possible blackmail relating to a number of images circulating online. 'Officers have spoken to the person involved and are satisfied that no offences have taken place. The person involved has also stated that they do not wish to take the matter any further.' Rooney reporting to the police. "I went to a room with these snapchat models and they took some of their clothes off and walked around"
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    *Florida Cup (null and void)
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    Just as a bulletproof vest doesn't stop you getting shot, a vaccine cannot stop you being infected. Both can lead to a far less serious outcome. Without knowing her background I can only say that generally speaking the risk to her from covid is far greater than the risk from the vaccines, I only hope that she doesn't find that out the hard way.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Sid James, he was great.
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    It's horrible isn't it. Glad it appears to be making some difference.
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    No they don't, as I've pointed out. This is just conspiracy bollocks without anything to back it up. Shame on you.
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    I'm struggling to understand why you dropped this in here, this is a covid thread. - This is a multi-year contract for a common drug-type. - Anticoagulants are used for stroke, heart and other uses. There are a range of drugs classified as aniticoagulents. Drugs prescribed to high-risk stroke patients are costing the NHS hundreds of millions each year – but they are so effective, the service is actually saving money. Analysis of stroke data showed that the cost to NHS England of prescribing direct oral anticoagulants (DOACs) increased by £733m from 2011 to 2017, but resulted in a substantial 11% reduction in stroke cases. This reduction in the number of strokes, and the related expenses, means the cost of treating a patient in the first year after a stroke has dropped by 25%. https://www.leeds.ac.uk/news/article/4700/effective_stroke_drugs_are_saving_the_nhs_millions https://research-portal.uea.ac.uk/en/publications/clinical-and-budget-impacts-of-changes-in-oral-anticoagulation-pr