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  1. Test driving a new Leaf? Hope you didn't turn it over, Den!
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  2. It is good to see the UK and USA are sending supplies to India to help them out in their crisis and it would appear we are not going to pursue the doses of AZ that we were supposed to get from them either which is the right thing to do. A drop in the ocean but it is a start. The virus out of control in any country is a threat to us all.
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  3. Sorry its Nottingham toys slides prams & swings - As you were
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  4. @nonnaB I know some people who had no side effects at all after having the first dose of AZ vaccine, but did after their second dose! Most people I know (including us) had problems with their first dose and hardly anything after their second. However, despite the (hopefully) minor inconvenience of possible side effects I still believe that having the vaccine is the right choice, both for that person and the wider community. @Stavertongirl I totally agree with your last post. The news from India is heartbreaking with the shortages of beds, oxygen etc, and hospital staff having
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  5. Control of covid restrictions have reached a farcial stage here in Australia. If you live in Victoria you are limited to having 100 people at your home and it is recommended that masks are worn. If you want to meet other people in a public space outdoors you are limited to groups are limited to 200 and you must have a face mask with you. Yesterday the government allowed the great avaricious god AFL football to have 70,000 people attend a match at the MCG. Is it just me or does anyone else see the sense in the way restrictions are being supplied? In the UK I was deeply saddened to see
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  6. Yes it was me nonnaB and thank you, i'll have a good look next time.
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  7. So there's no point in me coming round then, with me bread and butter and mushy peas.
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  8. Yesterday I had my second Pfizer jab (hooray). So I am now one of the millions that will be protected to some degree. I am pleased to say my friend and her mother in Doncaster finally got their Pfizer jabs on the same day, although theirs were 2 weeks late as they have only just got supplies. As before the volunteers at the Forest were superb, can’t praise them enough. It was busier than for my first jab but it was as efficient as the first time and they kept us moving through the system. Today I am a bit achy and have a slight headache and my arm is a bit sore but only mild symptoms not
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  9. I certainly don’t intend to stay in “lockdown” all of my life, must say no one I know wants to either, we are all waiting for 2nd jabs and our social things to start opening up again. If there are some that want to then it is their choice, I certainly wouldn’t force anyone to do something they are not comfortable with. As soon as things settle down a bit we intend to go into Nottingham shopping (hooray) and go to our favourite local eating place. Here’s to getting back to some sort of normal
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  10. Another problem with electric cars is their massively increased performance capability - and the likely increase in accidents and insurance premiums. An average Tesla can do 0-60 in 3 or 4 seconds….more than twice as fast as the average ‘normal’ car. In the hands of nervous beginners, or over-confident idiots or boy-racers, they could be lethal.
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