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Mikhail Liebestein

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  1. Looks like corruption allegations are starting to be unrooted in the UK: https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2021/apr/13/tories-accused-of-corruption-and-nhs-privatisation-by-former-chief-scientist
  2. 33Km from Windsor Castle via the old pre M4 route. https://www.google.com/maps/dir/Windsor+Castle,+Windsor/The+Purple+Turtle,+9+Gun+St,+Reading+RG1+2JR/@51.4230879,-0.6894428,11z/data=!4m9!4m8!1m2!1m1!1s0x4876113b36b5e89b:0xce2f4846c5f7e1e5!1m2!1m1!1s0x48769b168fa3a17b:0xdc2568c8058f0896!3e0!5i1
  3. I assume some people are also just pig ugly. I once picked this up in a nightclub whilst at Uni, shouldn't have had my beer goggles on:
  4. My kids love Terrence and Phillip, as well as South Park!!!
  5. Yes, the old museum was very popular, but got very crowded even with flow control at the entrance. There were then even long sub queues for the Death Mask. Given this of one of humanity's greatest pieces of archeological heritage, it definitely deserves a bigger museum.
  6. I only have vague memories of 1977 as I was 4 at the time, but remember there being lots of jelly and ice cream. All fairly innocent stuff, even if the growing punk scene was a bit scary for young kids. By 1997 I was in a bar when the Diana news came out. Most people didn't really care and carried on with their beer, but by morning the press had stirred things up.
  7. Said aesthetic won't transfer to the UK/US as out teenagers/young adults are morbidly obese after more than a year of lockdown and eating junk food.
  8. Also to protect the mice: Douglas Adams, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, #1)
  9. Yes, your view aligns with mine. Essentially this is just a bad flu season, and may be China has some bad hygiene practices. But what caused the real issue was the mix of official Chinese denial; mixed in with exaggerated stories of deaths in the streets, missing phone subscribers and funeral urns. The Governments in the west bought this hook line and sinker.
  10. Yes, I think those numbers are fishy. I am 48 and the stats put my risk st 32,000:1 , but perhaps the 1000:1 includes those at deaths door, just needs 100 or so with a terminal diagnosis per 100,000 to fudge the numbers.
  11. Did he say that again? He said that a few weeks ago, I rewound Sky and recorded it. The loaded it into Vimeo.
  12. Interestingly on LBC this morning they were mainly anti, one notable exception being some one claiming to be in hospital recovering from COVID. I guess Radio 2 is for frightened pensioners sucking on the BBC teat.
  13. Here we go.....they really can't let go, can they? https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/04/05/full-release-lockdown-could-trigger-hospitalisations-bad-january/ Full reopening in June could trigger hospital admissions as high as January peak Resurgence in serious illnesses and deaths 'highly likely' following full release from lockdown restrictions, Sage modelling says....... A full release from lockdown restrictions in Junecould trigger a new wave of Covid hospital admissions as bad as the January peak, modelling by Government scientists suggests. Scientists sa
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