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National Savings Interest Rates have just crashed
at 11:48 22 Sep 2020

Savings eh? First word problems. I bet there are many who would love to be able to worry about having savings. It's only recently I've needed to worry about such things (although I don't worry - you can get a few % still if you shop around for decent fixed term accounts).

I'm assuming that now's the time to pay of any debts or overpay on mortgage if anyone is able to save a few bob. That's what we're trying to do.
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Garbutt signs!
at 11:45 22 Sep 2020

He may have had to reassess his expectations?
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Work from home if you can......again
at 11:45 22 Sep 2020

Yeah true. it doesn't take many though. I haven't mixed much, so it's hard to know how people are behaving. I had one night when I was away and scoured a town for some food and a pint at the end of the day. I was quite surprised at how many people I met who thought it was all a load of rubbish and were ignoring the social distancing. I suspect may of those would happily break any lockdown rules now. I beat a fairly hasty retreat back to my hotel.
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Plastic face shields and C19
at 11:41 22 Sep 2020

I'm pretty sure there was a study in the last month that showed they could well be detrimental if used alone. Trap the air maybe, so lead to greater exposure if the virus is present? Dunno on the whys.
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Work from home if you can......again
at 11:38 22 Sep 2020

A bit. The Bolton outbreak is supposed to be down to a bellend who came back from overseas, didn't quarantine and went on a pub crawl instead .

There was an interview last week too with someone from the Rhondda who was talking about a bus trip they'd taken where people had travelled with Covid symptoms, but it was ok because they hadn't got the test results back at that point (several people on that trip have since been positively diagnosed leading to a local outbreak and lockdown)

I don't know whether these are down to stupidity or willful flaunting of the rules though.
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Pubs to shut by 10pm from Thursday
at 11:34 22 Sep 2020

Yeas, I think the biggest help the Government could get on this is a blast of autumn storms to keep people away from pubs and clubs. Won't help the pubs much though.
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Garbutt signs!
at 11:32 22 Sep 2020

We've definitely upgraded there. OK, Ward may well get arthritis by Easter but for now we look much better with him.
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Planet Freddie Mercury anyone?
at 19:49 21 Sep 2020

I can’t take much more of this site; I want to break free.
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I know it's twitter but SackVallance sackWhitty are both trending
at 19:09 21 Sep 2020

Have you not been paying attention the last 4 years?
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Enjoying our good start but i'd actually forgotten how badly we screwed up...
at 19:06 21 Sep 2020

I haven’t forgotten. We were bloody terrible, so I’m judging this start with caution. But the big difference is that we’re playing better now than we did at the start of last season. I reckon we’ll be far less likely to collapse this yea as long as we carry on what we’re doing.
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Has there ever been a Prime Minister so detached from the job?
at 19:02 21 Sep 2020

He was put in place and funded to deliver Brexit; that’s all his backers are after. And I don’t think he’s interested in providing leadership there either. He really is awful.
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Who would have guessed it?
at 10:45 21 Sep 2020

Get bEyind uRe kuNtry!!



(The only question is: which country are we getting behind?)
[Post edited 21 Sep 10:45]
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Anyone else follow the Tour de France this year?
at 10:44 21 Sep 2020

No. But there have been several posts mentioning how there have been no posts even though there have been posts on the race that haven't mentioned other posts.
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Johnson’s secret trip to Perugia
at 10:42 21 Sep 2020

I don't know. He ain't alfredo no questions.
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thoughts on start
at 10:29 21 Sep 2020

It's been good. Much more movement with runners from the midfield getting ahead of the ball and finding space in between the lines. (If you want any more cliches, let me know). And then more direct and incisive passing as a result. Lambert & co clearly learnt some lessons from last season, thank god.
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Johnson’s secret trip to Perugia
at 10:26 21 Sep 2020

It's only relevant in the context of whatever's going on with his Russian links and all that business with the Russian Report. And I guess we'll never find out the half of it.
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Who has been the best Bond?
at 10:15 21 Sep 2020

I quite agree (but probably for different reasons ).
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interesting graph
at 10:13 21 Sep 2020

Burley's legacy innit.
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Drinian Hawkins
at 19:58 20 Sep 2020

I meant that to be an uppy. Agree entirely. Hawkins has looked a bit lost to me; Drinan looks a much better option at the moment. Early doors though.
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People wearing band t-shirts when they've..
at 19:20 20 Sep 2020

You’d soon change your mind if you saw my chiselled man buffness in my Sugarbabes crop top!
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