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It features in 'Dial-a-Bus'. 
Whilst Jack and Victor are being driven around by the driver going off on one, Tam goes to Costco with Navid, eats a load of samples and spews. 
Tam gets electrocuted and stops being a tight-arse in the hyperdales episode. One of my favourites actually.
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13 minutes ago, Bairnardo said:
51 minutes ago, Michael W said:
It features in 'Dial-a-Bus'. 
Whilst Jack and Victor are being driven around by the driver going off on one, Tam goes to Costco with Navid, eats a load of samples and spews. 

"Nut Nuggies" IIRC

"I just don't know if my customers will like them". 

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Aye that’s 2 different episodes. Tam spewing is ‘Dial a Bus’ in series 4. Them getting locked in is ‘Hyper’ in series 6.

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14 hours ago, Michael W said:

It features in 'Dial-a-Bus'. 

Whilst Jack and Victor are being driven around by the driver going off on one, Tam goes to Costco with Navid, eats a load of samples and spews. 

Is it not the ep when the Mega store opens and puts Navide out of business, he stays in it overnight to burn it down. Tam had been electrocuted and was really generous, then they have to lock him in a cage?

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Eta. Think its the hyperdales ep.
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19 minutes ago, HeWhoWalksBehindTheRows said:

Is it not the ep when the Mega store opens and puts Navide out of business, he stays in it overnight to burn it down. Tam had been electrocuted and was really generous, then they have to lock him in a cage?

Hyperdales is indeed a completely different episode, in dial a bus boaby the barman goes cycling & winston convinces the stand in barman from the brewery that he's the real owner and gives away free bevy whilst jack victor and isa get driven around by Robbie Coltrane 

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The best Still Game episode featuring a supermarket is when Winston breaks the first rule of trolley recovery. He lets a dangerous rogue trolley, head for a really pricey brief.

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Deaths in Scotland spike to almost 10% above average

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-62968888

'No single factor'

Julie Ramsay, a vital events statistician at NRS, said: "In this quarter we have seen an increase of almost 10% in the number of deaths compared with the average for this time of year.

"There doesn't appear to be a single factor behind this increase.
 

I can think of a possible ‘single factor’……

it’s strange why they don’t want to investigate it though….

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12 minutes ago, Captain Saintsible said:

Deaths in Scotland spike to almost 10% above average

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-62968888

'No single factor'

Julie Ramsay, a vital events statistician at NRS, said: "In this quarter we have seen an increase of almost 10% in the number of deaths compared with the average for this time of year.

"There doesn't appear to be a single factor behind this increase.
 

I can think of a possible ‘single factor’……

it’s strange why they don’t want to investigate it though….

Nothing to do with a serious backlog of cases? Missed cancer referrals, missed heart checks etc. during lockdown? And then there is the current NHS crisis - massive waiting times even for ambulances. 

I assume you're having a no-evidence pop at the vaccine. 

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6 minutes ago, scottsdad said:

Nothing to do with a serious backlog of cases? Missed cancer referrals, missed heart checks etc. during lockdown? And then there is the current NHS crisis - massive waiting times even for ambulances. 

I assume you're having a no-evidence pop at the vaccine. 

It does, however, need investigating.

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Just now, Dawson Park Boy said:

It does, however, need investigating.

I'm sure it does. What I listed above can probably account for most of it.  But a 10% variation against the average is not that unusual. 

number-of-deaths-in-the-united-kingdom-u

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42 minutes ago, scottsdad said:

Nothing to do with a serious backlog of cases? Missed cancer referrals, missed heart checks etc. during lockdown? And then there is the current NHS crisis - massive waiting times even for ambulances. 

I assume you're having a no-evidence pop at the vaccine. 

Your first paragraph has no evidence.

After large excess deaths in 2020 we should now be in a period of negative excess deaths. 
 

The NHS backlogs were caused by the unnecessary middle class leftie lockdowns which attempted to protect the healthy and wealthy at the expense of the working class and the vulnerable. 
 

I am merely asking why there is no mention of the vaccines as a possible cause and why no-one is investigating the possibility.

Why do you not want this investigated? 

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21 minutes ago, Bairnardo said:

More thinly veiled anti vaxx sentiment emoji1787.png

It’s odd why folk try to shut this topic down with “anti vax” slurs

Being sceptical of the covid vaccine does entail being sceptical of vaccines in general 

42 minutes ago, scottsdad said:

I'm sure it does. What I listed above can probably account for most of it.  But a 10% variation against the average is not that unusual. 

number-of-deaths-in-the-united-kingdom-u

A sustained 10% variation from April to September is most definitely unusual.

The fluctuations in the number of deaths from year to year are usually as a result of increased deaths over the winter 

 

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3 minutes ago, Captain Saintsible said:

It’s odd why folk try to shut this topic down with “anti vax” slurs

Being sceptical of the covid vaccine does entail being sceptical of vaccines in general 

A sustained 10% variation from April to September is most definitely unusual.

The fluctuations in the number of deaths from year to year are usually as a result of increased deaths over the winter 

 

It comes hand in hand as skepticism over the safety/approval process. You are casting doubt on that. 

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6 minutes ago, Captain Saintsible said:

It’s odd why folk try to shut this topic down with “anti vax” slurs

Being sceptical of the covid vaccine does entail being sceptical of vaccines in general 

A sustained 10% variation from April to September is most definitely unusual.

The fluctuations in the number of deaths from year to year are usually as a result of increased deaths over the winter 

 

I come at this completely neutral.

Im naturally pro vax as I've had all that have been offered.

However, these figures are concerning and I definitely would like to see a proper investigation.

Your points are fair.

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1 hour ago, scottsdad said:

But a 10% variation against the average is not that unusual. 

A 10% increase in deaths was labelled by many as completely unacceptable in the clamour to slam shut the economy in 2020.

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1 hour ago, Captain Saintsible said:

I am merely asking why there is no mention of the vaccines as a possible cause and why no-one is investigating the possibility.

Why do you not want this investigated? 

But is has been investigated and the vaccine itself is known to cause deaths.  For an average person receiving 1 dose of the AZ vaccine, the risk of death caused by the vaccine is 1 in a million. 

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