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Snafu last won the day on September 12 2019

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  1. https://www.pharmaceutical-technology.com/features/ivermectin-covid-19-antiparasitic-political/ Ivermectin and Covid-19: how a cheap antiparasitic became political By Darcy Jimenez 19 Apr 2021 The common antiparasitic ivermectin is being touted as a miracle cure for Covid-19 by doctors and campaigners the world over. Demand for approval of the drug is growing globally – with some countries recommending ivermectin as a treatment for coronavirus patients – despite leading health authorities consistently warning against its use. -continued in link above.
  2. ''Logistics UK sees shortages as “placing increasingly unsustainable pressure on retailers and their supply chains.” The statement continues: “While there was a shortage of HGV drivers prior to the Covid-19 pandemic and Brexit, these two events have exacerbated the situation. “The pandemic halted driving training and testing for over 12 months, while an estimated 25,000 EU drivers returned home during the pandemic and following the end of the transition period.” The pigs in blankets conversation was a welcome change of direction in here, I don't see why should have been in the Brexit thread instead.
  3. The odd rodent, sometimes a finger. They are allowed a percentage of insect parts and some sawdust.
  4. Boomers were born 1946 to 1964. Steroid Mutant hound with hilarious short legs would probably topple over in a real fight or have a heart attack after about 30 seconds of exertion, definitely couldn't run. Not sure why gets used as an example on social media as being fit in a comparison with a regular dog with tears drawn on it or is it so badly done this is the point. The dog on the right would probably take the mutant dog on the left in a fight with a bone crunching bite to the knee and then finish it off once its on the ground. Steroid dog reminds me of a factory chicken, this all needs its own tv show.
  5. Shortages now hitting London based Greggs with their chicken bakes and Costa with their coffee. https://www.mylondon.news/news/uk-world-news/greggs-costa-london-report-running-21405726 There is also a concern over the possibility of no pigs-in-blankets with Christmas dinners.
  6. Those that attend Davos and Sun Valley will make sure this is never brought up.
  7. I see no action will be taken by Police against Nicola Sturgeon over that e-scooter ride. Tories rage. https://www.thenational.scot/news/19530861.police-decision-nicola-sturgeons-e-scooter-ride-prompts-tory-rage/?ref=ar 'SCOTTISH Tories have expressed anger after police confirmed they wouldn’t be taking action against Nicola Sturgeon for riding an e-scooter ahead of the May election. Although e-scooters can be purchased in Scotland, it is still illegal to ride them in public places across the UK. There are some exceptions for trial schemes, but in those cases e-scooters must only be used on roads and cycle lanes.''
  8. Have we got to the point where wearing a face mask is very bad for your health? Has anyone died because they were wearing a face mask, I mean this is the internet which means someone with a big nose knows?
  9. Indeed, another bottleneck involving the NHS
  10. Expect outrage at the now free dental treatment in Scotland for under 26s. edit- NHS
  11. Sorry I had to look, Independent SAGE have been on holiday since the 20th and not due back till Friday, probably unaware of the swatting. Normal service will likely resume. Parting shot was about waning immunity and there was some Chinese gentleman who pointed out our biggest mistake in Europe is people not wearing masks. btw If there was a swatting and no one was on the end of it, did it really happen?
  12. Maybe, depends if their attention is on young people trying to enjoy themselves or more focused on the supermarkets running out of biscuits and which issue affects them the most personally. I'd probably go for the biscuits option. Looking forward to laughing my ass off at the inevitable cranial detonations when they can't even buy custard creams. I hope it goes ahead with no restrictions and before then the cases will have peaked and started to drop. Interesting that there is no problem with the OF game at the weekend being full capacity.
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