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  • There are some cases when regular testing (when...

    There are some cases when regular testing (when symptomless) is useful, such as intensive care teams, nurses in a chemo unit and some other care situations, or... large groups of people working in...
  • Not so... he returned here for a while...

    Not so... he returned here for a while threatening to post multi hour long live-streams of his workouts (in case we wanted to watch a stranger biceps curling?)

    He was patient and gracious enough...
  • All the pieces just fell into place,...

    All the pieces just fell into place, ElrondHubbard is a desert dweller, he's been off the radar on the over 35 misc for some while. I'd say conspicuous by his absence, up to something, like sneaking...
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    Some people really like that and actively pick...

    Some people really like that and actively pick acetone ones (example Bulleit Bourbon). That's much more common with stuff from the Americas where using new oak barrels is fairly common (unlike scotch...
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    Have you tried any of the Ardbeg whiskys like 10...

    Have you tried any of the Ardbeg whiskys like 10 or An Oa? If you like the Laphroaig and haven't tried yet Ardbeg like 10 or An Oa then you might be just about to find a new favourite
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    Really??? What I heard was that Bill Gates was...

    Really??? What I heard was that Bill Gates was using the vaccination to implant his nano chips in people. I wish these conspiracy theorists would be consistent. If they don't start getting more...
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    Actually... I think Jim Beam white label is...

    Actually... I think Jim Beam white label is underated. In my opinion it's not only just a mixer it's perfectly drinkable on it's own so is great bang for buck as a basic bourbon. It punches above its...
  • That green man looks about 11 or 12 foot tall and...

    That green man looks about 11 or 12 foot tall and has 2 heads. If that's not an alien, what is???

    I wouldn't be surprised if it is like when they found the Loch Ness monster (they actually did,...
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    Please *** powerful curse words like "b*ttock",...

    Please *** powerful curse words like "b*ttock", let's keep it classy in misc ;)

    Yeah, I'd take the vaccine. I'd hate to be some asymptomatic spreader and without knowing it pass it to someone at...
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    Ardbeg make some great scotch (Ardbeg 10 is one...

    Ardbeg make some great scotch (Ardbeg 10 is one of them) but it's at the more expensive end and it's quite distinctive. I love it but I've got friends who hate it and can't drink it. Don't buy a...
  • No, and not just treatments. In part because the...

    No, and not just treatments. In part because the human population (at least ones studied in US and Europe still carries antibodies that would be beneficial all these years later. Impressive...
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    DECEMBER 2nd Confirmed, all gyms in England...

    DECEMBER 2nd

    Confirmed, all gyms in England (all areas) will be allowed to reopen on 2nd Dec.
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    I don't have state of the art security, but I do...

    I don't have state of the art security, but I do have 2 cameras at the front that activate for motion and have infra red LEDs for night time. I've played about with trigger sensitivity, activity...
  • So a digression, but I love those occasional...

    So a digression, but I love those occasional stories where some muggers pick on a very elderly person... who turns out to be a former boxing champion and punches their lights out.

    Now in no way...
  • But if he'd blown out a golf event to attend a...

    But if he'd blown out a golf event to attend a G20 meeting the media would have reported "President Trump today turned his back on greenkeepers and other traditionally low paid members of the...
  • Amazingly boring answer, this might be the most...

    Amazingly boring answer, this might be the most dull post you read all day.
    UK supermarkets almost invariably have a separate areas for "fancy" biscuits and confectionery (like Maryland cookies) and...
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    Partly changing topic to CGC. It was only by the...

    Partly changing topic to CGC.
    It was only by the grace of God that the Citigroup Center (CGC NYC) didn't collapse in August '78. More often than it's comfortable to know, there's incompetence in...
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    As a rule I almost always ignore 9/11 discussion,...

    As a rule I almost always ignore 9/11 discussion, partly because I find it too unsavoury (where I worked at the time was headquartered in 1WTC and I lost colleagues) and partly the common sense...
  • In the first lockdown when it was described...

    In the first lockdown when it was described almost like an approaching zombie apocalypse, the very first action of "prepping" I did was rush to the nearby corner store and buy some beers.
    I think...
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