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  • #92111 Score: 1
    maverick1973maverick1973
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    Waspy-Spot one mate,football has become completely irrelevant for me the last few weeks.Just hope & pray they find a cure very soon.

    #92112 Score: 0
    maverick1973maverick1973
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    Just been confirmed that CV-19 has @ least 40 mutations,that we know of.

    #92115 Score: 0
    CriticalmaKCriticalmaK
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    Mav, I’m only saying what has apparently been done, I’m not saying it’s what should be done. I don’t know a damn thing about the process, besides some vague basics.

    #92116 Score: 0
    CriticalmaKCriticalmaK
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    Brian, too right man, eggs with some seasoning, butter and toast and you can have yourself a delicious and nutritious meal. As a kid I didn’t really like black pepper. Now, I can’t get enough of it. Eggs is one of the things is really shines in.

    #92124 Score: 0
    AdlabAdlab
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    Morning all.
    Hope eveybody keeping ok. Just walked the dogs and about to go to Waitrose for “elderly hour”

    No significant sports news apart from Pep, who is back in Spain, donating €1million to help fight the virus. Good for him. He does earn £15m a year, but even so. Well done!

    #92125 Score: 0
    sean the sailor
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    I saw pictures of the tube in England yday. Are these people brain dead?

    Ridiculous scenes and as I keep saying, it’s the people who are the main problem

    Ireland got new rules yday. Let’s see we listen now

    People in supermarkets etc , it’s just silly

    People buying all the beer in supermarkets but not touching corona! You have to laugh at how thick some people are

    Teenagers are a problem over here at the minute. Gangs of them

    Listen to the government’s, follow the rules and this be over in the next few months. Don’t follow the rules and who knows when this will end

    #92126 Score: 0
    sean the sailor
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    Good man adlab, I deleted the sky sports app. I just can’t read about football. I know my interest will return when it comes back whenever that is

    #92127 Score: 0
    nine nine nine
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    Adlab, best of luck at Waitrose our local branch is restricting shoppers in store to just 36 people in the store at one time with Security guys on the door counting them in and counting them out it was instigated yesterday and I was told this is universal practice for all Waitrose stores. I can only imagine the queue’s on Saturday.

    #92128 Score: 0
    nine nine nine
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    Yes Adlab credit to Pep no matter what he earns 1m Euros is a lot of money. Messi has done the same.

    According to Mundo Deportivo, Messi’s generous donation will be split between Barcelona’s University hospital and another medical centre in his native Argentina.

    This came just hours after the star forward’s former Barca boss Guardiola offered a similar amount to the Barcelona-based Angel Soler Daniel Foundation, which is linked to the Official College of Doctors of Barcelona.

    The money from both football stars will be used to buy essential health equipment for the battle against the killer virus, which has led to 422 deaths in the UK.

    #92132 Score: 0
    steveosnakeeyesteveosnakeeye
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    would like to thank you all of you for your kind words and support, brings a tear to the eye, the only family i have are in Ireland a pensioner mother and my sister, my few friends over here would do jjust about anything for me but they have families and concerns of there own and i hate to burden anyone at the best of times let alone the worst, its a bloody mountain all right and i cant see the top, all i can do is keep going on,

    adlab, i had missed your post but looked at one of those sights anyway, they are helpful but also it was a shock, i would not get enough cash its just that simple, it might pay the rent…just but leave nothing after

    not told my ex or my son yet, business as ususal as far as they are concerned, obviosu reasons for my son and less so for the ex but there will have to come a time when i do as if things dont change on the job fron real soon my life is frankly going to collapse, car, house and all the other bits will go…so many things and when you stop to think fo them all its rips the guts out of you

    but its the same for so many people in so many ways im dong a dair job of keeping the old chin up but every once in a while it hits my like a ton of bricks and it nearly breaks me each time! then i shake myself out of it, helps i have my son this week and thinking of him and doing the dad things helps immensly tho it wil change soon when i cant provide what i could and should

    also dont currently have an oven after a snafoo on moving to my new place, so im trying to be creative with the microwave!

    ah fuck it all, what will be will be

    #92134 Score: 0
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    Steveo, sorry to hear about your predicament. Are you active on LinkedIn? Not sure if it would help at all but I’d happily share a post on there if you can write what you’re looking for and why. It’s surprising how far things can spread on there.

    Hope all are keeping safe. Great what Pep did and the others who have donated too. Mourinho also got in on the act. Volunteering his own time to help in the community.

    https://twitter.com/LoveUrdoorstep/status/1242167748672851968?s=19

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    steveosnakeeyesteveosnakeeye
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    i am on linked in but only joined when i lost my job, so my network isnt huge! that kind of tech isnt my strong suit, been a bit behind the curve!

    Stephen Ekins for any who wish to link

    #92136 Score: 0
    D1rtyH4rryD1rtyH4rry
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    Sean – I do think the criticism of the people on the tube is a tad unfair. Though I do think the London underground should be shut until further notice. My point is that they most likely aren’t going on the tube for a jolly day out. Many people in London don’t drive and rely on public transport, and many of them could well be essential staff. The pictures make for very bad viewing in the current climate though.

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    Hightown hopeHightown hope
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    Steveo – thinking of you, mate. Must be a real worry. Just try and stay positive, though I know that must be difficult especially in the current situation. At least Arsenal can’t depress you at the moment!!

    #92140 Score: 0
    steveosnakeeyesteveosnakeeye
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    ha ha cheers HH, to be fair following the Arsenal should have meant im well used to dissapoint ment and stress! 😉

    #92141 Score: 0
    steveosnakeeyesteveosnakeeye
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    Blimey even Prince Charles has the virus!

    #92142 Score: 0
    MoosMoos
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    Yes and Charles is a good age too

    #92143 Score: 0
    nine nine nine
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    878 pts

    Stevo, Nobody in the UK suffering the circumstances you are should not be helped to provide for their family, put food on the table,pay their bills and rent there has to be help for people like you out there Stevo you need to dig wherever you can to try and find that help it might seem like a blind alley but someone you contact may come up with an avenue somewhere that leads to the level of support needed don’t be afraid to ask anyone for help mate it’s not your fault you find yourself in the predicament you’re in.

    The local Councils have been provided with an extra £500m to help people just like you from the Government.

    Try and think out of the box re new jobs I’m sure you’re skills are transferable to other areas and in the short term I suspect Sainsbury’s etc may need drivers to deliver groceries etc etc.

    Keep you chin up buddie we’re all here for you. Cheers 9’s

    #92144 Score: 0
    nine nine nine
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    878 pts

    Good on Federer too!

    “Tennis legend Federer has played his part in trying to help those affected by offering a large financial sum in hope of helping those worse off than him.

    “These are challenging times for everyone and nobody should be left behind,” Federer wrote on Instagram.

    “Mirka and I have personally decided to donate one million Swiss Francs for the most vulnerable families in Switzerland.” Express.

    #92145 Score: 0
    sean the sailor
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    Harry fair points but I don’t think all those people could be essential staff mate but I get your point chum

    Once public transport stops then employers have to make a decision as people can’t get back to work

    It’s easy for me to say as I can work from home and I will get paid my full salary

    It’s business owners etc who will have to shutdown who are going to really feel it or people who won’t get paid but everything has to shutdown unfortunately

    It really does if we are to get rid of this. Everything and everyone is affected by this

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