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At what point does someone say to these people
at 23:26 21 Jan 2021

You are lying c nuts?

Exeter to Coventry for a kebab? I don't think so. Family gathering... Could be.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-bristol-55756789

"An uninsured driver travelled more than 300 miles from Exeter to Coventry to buy a kebab before crashing on the motorway.

The driver of the white BMW had no licence or insurance and was travelling with his wife and two young children.

The crash happened on the M5 at Portishead, near Bristol, at about 16:00 GMT on Wednesday."

The adults should be tested for covid and if positive find something else to charge them with.. Any surprise also unlicensed and uninsured, complete disregard for everyone else.
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Wow that Ndombele goal
at 22:44 17 Jan 2021

Nft
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Dash cam footage (not mine)
at 22:30 17 Jan 2021

This is half a mile or so from where I live






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The Big Match revisited this morning
at 12:29 16 Jan 2021

1975
No ITFC footage today but former gk coach Malcolm Webster made an appearance in goal for Sarfend at Charlton dropping the ball into his own net. Wasn't listening closely as washing up but sounded like it was second consecutive season he'd done that at The Valley.Spurs
Andy Nelson, SAR's championship winning captain was Charlton's manager.

Other footage
Derby on their way to winning top division losing 2-1 at home to Stoke, the last defeat of the league seadon. 3 weeks before this game they'd lost 3-0 at PR
*had it been 3 points for a win we'd have won the league on goal difference TWTD

Spurs lost 3-0 at Middlesbrough on way to avoiding relegation by 1 point ( Chelsea relegated 2nd bottom). John Duncan up front for Spurs

Other points
Ball noticeably heavy
Pitches even heavier

And they raided the archives for footage from 1970 West Ham 2 Chelsea 2. Greaves and Hurst up front for the happy hammers.
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Yet another step closer
at 22:41 14 Jan 2021

My wife received a forwarded email today from someone she'd worked at close quarters with on Monday... Positive for covid, tested on Monday, same day as she volunteered at the food hub.

So today's operations quickly changed to delivery only with a much reduced staff and after a clean up. It's actually getting harder to get volunteers as they're getting scared.

We stopped in a supermarket car park and search for testing appointments, as luck would have it there was a testing station close to where we'd park and slots available. So the gag reflex has been tickled and nose irritated... And now we wait.

Whilst hands, face, space has been our mantra who knows how close the contact has been with the virus, until too late.

I have absolutely no symptoms but didn't work closely with the person, my wife has had an intermittent dry cough (definitely not continuous) but claims to have lost her sense of smell.

Ominous but I'm sure it'll be nothing.
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Stay at home, local area exercising
at 12:27 14 Jan 2021

So why is it on my LinkedIn I am getting a message, complete with start / finish establishing photos, to say someone has completed their Land's End to John O'Groats cycling charity ride?

Whilst it is a great achievement... Should be be doing so.
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Apologies if already posted...
at 20:01 13 Jan 2021

"I've seen the way the team plays, with a lot of possession and creating a lot of chances for the strikers. It's going to be up to me to finish those off."

Obviously not talking about us...

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/55646918
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Walking the dog
at 21:20 12 Jan 2021

Would they have believed the excuse if had been the other way around?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-55631198
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130 mph in the fog with kids on board
at 22:43 11 Jan 2021

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cambridgeshire-55616479

I like to travel as fast as the road conditions allow, which means on occasion shading the limit.

However, there are a number of environmental factors which significantly reduce what road conditions allow;
Ice
Fog / most
Any / all other damp / wet roads
The dark

Not an exhaustive list, just examples.

Fog at this time of year will also inevitably equal damp roads, even ice, don't care how good this fella thinks he is, it's not about him.

So many ways it can go wrong.

This fella is a reckless nutter.
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Possible that a 737 down
at 12:18 9 Jan 2021

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-55601909

Read the other day that despite much much fewer flights 2020 was worse than 2019 for aviation deaths.
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And it takes a step closer...
at 12:11 9 Jan 2021

Got a message last night that a volunteer we worked with on NYE tested positive on Thursday 7th, so our coordinator has closed the hub and insisted on negative tests before allowing volunteers to return.

This particular individual was always being reminded to wear a mask and closing the windows of the hub building (cos it's cold) and, I believe, travelled away from London for Christmas. She was also one of the volunteers putting in the most hours, plenty of cross contamination opportunity.

My wife had worked at relatively close quarters with her NYE and had shared a bus ride, and when she woke up coughing this morning...

Given that London is riddled with covid, areas like Barking and Dagenham with 1 in 15 infected the danger is there whenever we venture out; volunteering, delivering food, helping my elderly uncle, shopping or exercising (though I try to stay away from others)

Anyone else think if it wasn't for the goblin who worked for Boris performing an eye test at Bernard Castle the virus could have been arrested earlier? Once that news came out lockdowns appear to have been less observed by Joe Public.
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Like interesting real life stories?
at 11:53 8 Jan 2021

Meet John Henry Smythe of the RAF

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-55286092

Deserves a film.... Over to you Sir Steve McQueen
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Worth reposting
at 21:23 6 Jan 2021

TFW Mitch McConnel is the voice of reason in politics by ElderGrizzly 6 Jan 20:12
And this is what they did for BLM protestors.

Today they appear to have Top Cat and Frank Drebbin

https://twitter.com/sweetnfreee43/status/1346908987359252480?s=21



Why not being questioned on BBC, are ITN or Sky showing this image and asking the question?
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Step up Trump
at 21:14 6 Jan 2021

Well said Joe
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The fall of despots is normally followed by images of anarchy
at 20:54 6 Jan 2021





God bless America



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Weird ads that pop up on commercial websites
at 19:46 3 Jan 2021

Aren't most ads targeted? I.e. Browsing certain sites being suggestions?

Was looking at Ipswich Star for the first time in yonks and this company popped up. Quite like the look of some of the clothes, but can't help feeling their demographic has mates called Smith and Season and voted Trump.

https://www.wayrates.com/products/mens-outdoor-quick-drying-tactical-t-shirt-506

https://www.wayrates.com/products/mens-outdoor-warm-and-breathable-tactical-swea

https://www.wayrates.com/products/mens-fashion-print-round-neck-short-sleeve-t-s

I usually visit BBC (no ads), TWTD (no ads), YouTube and where ever you folks send me via links.

I did recently peruse sofa beds... And that's it. Not sure how I came to be targeted by wayrates
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Suffolk Tardis
at 21:36 26 Dec 2020

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-suffolk-55453013

Excellent work.
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Am I being paranoid?
at 11:56 26 Dec 2020

Why isn't our postponed fixture listed?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/scores-fixtures

LEAGUE ONE
Blackpool P Rochdale P
Match postponed - Other
Charlton Athletic 15:00 Plymouth Argyle
Crewe Alexandra 15:00 Fleetwood Town
Doncaster Rovers 15:00 Accrington Stanley
Gillingham P Peterborough United P
Match postponed - Other
Lincoln City 15:00 Burton Albion
Milton Keynes Dons 15:00 Bristol Rovers
Oxford United 15:00 AFC Wimbledon
Portsmouth P Swindon Town P
Match postponed - Other
Sunderland P Hull City P
Match postponed - Other
Wigan Athletic 15:00 Shrewsbury Town
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Merry seasons greetings...
at 09:11 25 Dec 2020

Leftfield Christmas Film recommendation

Just Another Christmas - Netflix

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt13354204/

Brazilian film, we watched in Portuguese with subtitles, as wife put it on without checking if it had an English dubbed soundtrack. As I am used to watching foreign language programmes and films no problem for me.

Film is pretty much "Groundhog Day" but run by the "Ghost of Christmas yet to come", much hilarity, but with a kicker of a twist that could make your eyes detect dust in the room, mine didn't but it was very close.

Some swearing and mild scenes of a sexual nature.
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