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» The Assassin (Go to post)31-03-2020 @ 10:22 
Rick said:I haven't seen and can't see anything published from Imperial suggesting that.
Nothing published yet. Apparently they are waiting to see what the reinfection figures are like once Wuhan has it's population mixing a bit more freely. Time will tell I think.
It's harder work than being in school, with worse outcomes, but that's why we need schools. Hopefully we will continue to provide something our parents and boys continue to value in the interim. I think we will.

It's good that you can at least carry on though. Do you think that this could bring about a culture change and a different way of doing things for your industry or will it be back to BAU once everything is lifted?
» coronavirus (Go to post)31-03-2020 @ 10:17 
matthewvc said:I am getting increasingly convinced the government don’t want to find out “facts” because all those who’ve lost their jobs, lost their homes, lost businesses, over something with an actual fatality rate little more than flu, will at minimum never vote for them again and worse cause huge civil unrest.

I'm pretty much the same, but I'd replace convinced with concerned, at this stage at least.
There's a lot that doesn't add up to me.
» The Assassin (Go to post)26-03-2020 @ 15:29 
How long is your work closed for Rick? I believe that imperial college are planning a 12 month shut down with a 18 month contingency.
Any plans to remote teach?
» coronavirus (Go to post)17-03-2020 @ 14:27 
Wayne_Cowdrey said: I can see isolation affecting some people's mental wellbeing
"Some 47 million Spanish residents have been banned from leaving home, with a few exceptions for emergencies, going to work and essential errands.

The Spanish government said walking dogs was one of those errands, but some people are reportedly taking advantage of the exception – taking lengthy strolls, socialising in public or masquerading stuffed animals as real pets.

A video shared by Jupol, a Spanish police union, on Twitter appears to show a man walking through the street with a toy dog on a leash as a police car pulls up alongside him."

I think you could be correctUnhappy
» The Assassin (Go to post)09-03-2020 @ 11:33 
Sure you'll feel a ton better for it (& that you do already).

Have you brought your calories down in the same macro ratio or changed this in some way?
» The Assassin (Go to post)08-03-2020 @ 17:23 
Rick said:About 118-119. Just maintenance until the weather improves.

Good work all the same.
» The Assassin (Go to post)04-03-2020 @ 14:12 
What you weigh now Rick?
» Brand new day! (Go to post)03-02-2020 @ 15:05 
Happy new year Mr Knight on a horse.

Speaking of leaving Europe it's 10 years since you died 3 times in Amsterdam. Happy days. Hope alls well.
» Dreams (Go to post)31-01-2020 @ 10:46 
Martin1956 said:And I picked up on both the anal and the gory. Happy

Word Grin
» Good lad Jonny (Go to post)15-01-2020 @ 11:19 
Boar said:I think its a bit like me and 'jonnywildboar'

Like writing through a stick of Blackpool rock Wink
» Good lad Jonny (Go to post)14-01-2020 @ 15:17 
Boar said:yea, I went round to Galloots last week to show him how to use his concept 2 rower , we had a great time.

Is he still known as Galloot? I assumed that he was like the first Night Owl out of the Watchmen and following superhero retirement just went by his first name.
Thinking about it Dan was the name of the 2nd Night Owl. Obviously a popular superhero alter ego name.
» Virtual Reality (Go to post)06-01-2020 @ 14:50 
WILLSAN said:the scary part is wondering where this will have progressed to in the next 10 years. if people are addicted to phones now this really could take it to the next level.

I don't have any games on PC/ phones/ tablet, and can't entertain the prospect of a gaming unit. Manic miner and Civ 4 took way too much of my younger life for my addictive personality to handle. A guy brought one of these VR units into work and let me have a go. Blew my mind and a half hour just disappeared in the virtual blink of an eye. Scary thing was all I was doing was navigating the menu. Must be murder for kids these days.
I signed up to Audible 11 months ago too. Racked up 40,230 minutes and 85 titles. It's an addiction I can live with though.
» The Assassin (Go to post)12-10-2019 @ 13:53 
Rick said:BW 115.7

Bloody well done to you Rick. I'm at a double birthday do later. I reckon if I can knock the s**t out of the buffet there'll be about 10k between us, and you can take that to the bank.
» Paul Savage training log (Go to post)11-10-2019 @ 12:55 
Jaybuk said:Ignore the haters positive vibes only, curious where you guys are currently on the Bristol stool chart I’m sitting at a comfy 3

Wayne_Cowdrey said:
slimsim said:
A good coach wouldn't have entered you

Loal. Being entered too much can make you very sore.

billynomates said:
It can also fry the CNS

Solid work lads. I've always enjoyed Paul's log and it would be a shame if he left it.
I wonder if the log could continue under its own impetus eventually evolving to become self aware before seeing all people as it's enemies. Be a great film. "Terminator 7: Paul's log"
» An old, fat fool starts a log. Hope no-one minds (Go to post)04-10-2019 @ 16:41 
Fatpete said:
The easiest route is by the back roads to the M61, then M60 clockwise to M62 and then M62 to junction 20. Those who are familiar with the NW will know that the very end of the M61 is known as "the concrete tunnels", by every traffic broadcaster in the NW because they get mentioned at almost all traffic broadcasts. The only alternative is Worsley roundabouts and they are even worse.

How do Pete. For future reference the easiest way from you to Rochdale would be along the Lancs and take the M60 slip road and on to Rochdale. Have no idea what the traffic is like on the Lancs at that time of day anymore, but I'd hazzard better than Worsley or the 61. Always used to be anyway. yay.

Always good to have options. Unless you're Adrian Mole.

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