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  1. Thread: Coronavirus

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    Wow.

    Wow.
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    I just wondered whether other producers could...

    I just wondered whether other producers could quickly up production to fill gaps, or its a serious supply problem with major implications.
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    Question. Are they alternatives manufactured in...

    Question. Are they alternatives manufactured in the US or simply Chinese made previously imported stock which is being sold at an inflated price?
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    Poll: You haven't even read the UK's proposals have...

    You haven't even read the UK's proposals have you? I have attached them.

    FYI the UK wants to maintain current equivalence in rules for financial services (where it has a surplus with the EU)....
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    If you're getting a strong signal but its still...

    If you're getting a strong signal but its still slow then Its probably network congestion - ie too many people trying to connect to that providers masts. I had a similar problem in reverse near...
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    Poll: Still haven't grasped the basics. If the choice...

    Still haven't grasped the basics. If the choice is between compromising the single market and no deal with the UK wandering off to WTO, they'll go for the wandering off.
  7. Thread: Coronavirus

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    Unless they owned the patent to the cure! :)

    Unless they owned the patent to the cure! :)
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    Hampshire Man is World's Oldest

    Bob Weighton is 111. Amazingly sharp and looks way younger than his age. Even got a full head of hair.

    Normally I'd say I never want to get that old, but if I was like and him, even apparently...
  9. Thread: Coronavirus

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    That's also true.

    That's also true.
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    Meh. The death rate in developed countries seems...

    Meh. The death rate in developed countries seems to be less than 1%. Nearly all deaths are associated with advanced age or other underlying health conditions like taking immuno-suppressants as the...
  11. Thread: Coronavirus

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    Imagine siting a bat virus lab where there are...

    Imagine siting a bat virus lab where there are lots of bats.
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    Poll: Jeez you bend over whichever way Boris says to...

    Jeez you bend over whichever way Boris says to go. Last week you were vehemently denying that negotiations would need to complete by JUne
  13. Thread: Coronavirus

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    There are many Coronaviruses but COVID 19 is new...

    There are many Coronaviruses but COVID 19 is new in humans
  14. Poll: That refusal of politicians to accept...

    That refusal of politicians to accept responsibility for the consequences of their decisions and instead blame staff is the main reason I stopped working in the NHS.

    They cut police numbers by...
  15. Thread: Coronavirus

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    Totally agree. Yes its a new strain of flu virus...

    Totally agree. Yes its a new strain of flu virus but there are already nearly 200 and the death rate outside of Hunan (where they basically left people locked up and untreated) is lower than many...
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    True. Skin provides an effective barrier to...

    True. Skin provides an effective barrier to viruses and bacteria but cuts and mucous membranes (lips, bits, eyelids etc) don't. So if someone sneezes a tiny aerosol of spit can can easily get in your...
  17. Thread: Weinstein

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    Should have closed the curtains

    Should have closed the curtains
  18. Thread: Weinstein

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    Is that a euphemism?

    Is that a euphemism?
  19. Thread: Weinstein

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    https://www.irishtimes.com/polopoly_fs/1.3985238.1...

    https://www.irishtimes.com/polopoly_fs/1.3985238.1565722072!/image/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/box_620_330/image.jpg
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    Poll: ...

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    Poll: Still confused, or still lying. Which is it? ...

    Still confused, or still lying. Which is it?

    The Treasury report showed a number of options with all the figures were based on 15 years after Brexit had been implemented - not after a vote to...
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    Poll: "Using a negotiated bilateral agreement like...

    "Using a negotiated bilateral agreement like Canada as the central assumption for the alternative, Britain would be worse off by the equivalent of 1,800 every year for every man, woman and child in...
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    Poll: How far we've come in a few short years. From 'We...

    How far we've come in a few short years. From 'We can name our terms' to 'Yes we'll be poorer but it will be our decision to be poorer'
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    Poll: Meh. That was just the fig leaf. Most other...

    Meh. That was just the fig leaf. Most other countries in the EU keep production in-house on national security grounds - which is a perfectly valid exemption. May chose not to do it - but that is a...
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    I don't disagree in principle, it's just that the...

    I don't disagree in principle, it's just that the execution is fiendishly difficult and the value of the results uncertain.
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