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Old 25-03-20, 23:36   #71821
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Anyone using a physio these days. Wondering if /how I can get treated .
Don't think its viable at the moment, I'm in the middle of a program of treatment for what was an extremely painful frozen shoulder and we've had to postpone it for now.
Also in need of a physio massage for a little niggle that might stop me running if I don't get on top of it but thats not going to happen for another few weeks I expect
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Old 25-03-20, 23:39   #71822
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In terms of football documentaries, if you want one a little different, watch Next Goal Wins.
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Old 25-03-20, 23:40   #71823
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Anyone watching Nationwide(Irish in NY). Did you notice how that freak holds a pen?

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Old 25-03-20, 23:41   #71824
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Testing everyone was leading to delays in people who may need urgent medical intervention getting a test because of capacity issues. Priority has now been introduced to fix that until more capacity can be delivered. What's the issue?
Was stated on Prime Time tonight the restrictions will be scaled back once testing capacity ramps up further. This situation is fluid and can change daily according to need & capacity.
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Old 26-03-20, 00:04   #71825
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I remember crying after watching Brazil lose to France in penos on RTE.
I think I did too. That Brazil team were a thing of great beauty.

Btw I see Ronaldinho is in a jail in Paraguay for trying to enter the country with a fake passport. He scored and assisted many goals in a prison football match in a tournament where the prize was a roast pig.



A far cry from the day the Real Madrid fans gave him a standing ovation at the Bernabeu the time he was head and shoulders above everyone on a pitch that included Ronaldo (original), Messi, Eto'o, Xavi, Iniesta, Zidane, Robinho, Beckham, Raul.



Does anyone remember the Barca team led by Hagi, Stoichkov, and Romario?

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Old 26-03-20, 00:15   #71826
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Old 26-03-20, 00:15   #71827
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Busy trivia:
  1. World's busiest airport?
  2. World's busiest shipping port?
  3. World's busiest metro system?
  4. World's busiest bridge? (Most vehicle journeys over it)
  5. World's busiest museum?

I got 1/5.
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Old 26-03-20, 00:19   #71828
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Citóg, probably taught themselves like that because couldn't see what they were writing otherwise.
I grip is strangely also as a citog. Problem is smearing the ink with the side if the hand. Biros a nightmare.
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Old 26-03-20, 00:19   #71829
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Old 26-03-20, 00:40   #71830
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Busy trivia:
  1. World's busiest airport?
  2. World's busiest shipping port?
  3. World's busiest metro system?
  4. World's busiest bridge? (Most vehicle journeys over it)
  5. World's busiest museum?

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Old 26-03-20, 00:51   #71831
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Some random songs heard on local radio the last day or so. Really enjoy the first one.





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Old 26-03-20, 01:04   #71832
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I think I did too. That Brazil team were a thing of great beauty.

Btw I see Ronaldinho is in a jail in Paraguay for trying to enter the country with a fake passport. He scored and assisted many goals in a prison football match in a tournament where the prize was a roast pig.



A far cry from the day the Real Madrid fans gave him a standing ovation at the Bernabeu the time he was head and shoulders above everyone on a pitch that included Ronaldo (original), Messi, Eto'o, Xavi, Iniesta, Zidane, Robinho, Beckham, Raul.



Does anyone remember the Barca team led by Hagi, Stoichkov, and Romario?
fun fact brazilians dont need passports to go to paraguay.
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Old 26-03-20, 01:06   #71833
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https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...-not-priority?

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Williams said: “I called 999 because my wife was breathless, she was vomiting and she had pains in her stomach. As I was talking to them she was getting worse and they told me to put her on the floor and to make her body flat.”

When the paramedic arrived at 8.32am she carried out some tests, Williams said. “She told me the hospital won’t take her, she is not a priority. She did not stay very long and she went outside to write her report and posted it through the door.”

Williams said his wife’s condition deteriorated the next day. He ran her a bath in the morning and helped her to get dressed, before feeding her some soup. After taking a short rest himself, he went into the front room where she had been resting to find his wife slumped head down. “She was already dead,” he said.
Sad times. Some 21 year old died there that had mild asthma.



Friend over there is trying to get their kid seen by a GP, 8 week list, won't even test them, have to be dying there to get a look in.
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Old 26-03-20, 02:52   #71834
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Old 26-03-20, 03:13   #71835
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Laz, your sister(?) Should complain about the headline and get it changed

Prodigy???

He doesn't need that shit following him!

https://amp.independent.ie/world-new...-39071645.html
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Old 26-03-20, 05:27   #71836
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Old 26-03-20, 06:55   #71837
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Does anyone remember the Barca team led by Hagi, Stoichkov, and Romario?
I remember Milan ripping them a new one in the 94 Champions League Final.
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Old 26-03-20, 08:13   #71838
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Sierra Nevada mastered beer. No need to look beyond them imo.
I thought that too.

Then I saw the Kinnegar light.

No beer comes close to Rustbucket Rye.
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Old 26-03-20, 08:32   #71839
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I do get a slagging from friends for picking and sticking but I've tried hundreds of beers and always drawn back to them. Everything they make is grear.
Those otra vez are miracle hangover cures.

German heavyweights augestenier and tegenseers still tops beers for me though
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Old 26-03-20, 08:41   #71840
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I thought that too.

Then I saw the Kinnegar light.

No beer comes close to Rustbucket Rye.
Scraggy Bay is great too

Listen, Zuutroy is right - Sierra Nevada is phenomenal stuff with a comprehensive and interesting range. But there's lots of good stuff going on in Ireland the last half decade and you're supporting local business by sampling widely and sampling often.
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