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All mid eighties age wise...

Mum's next door neighbours already had theirs...

Mum..Left as a dog with a bone!

Hates to see others getting  what she's also entitled..

 

Got on the dog..90 people in the queue..

 

Guessing totally unrelated..Text day after, Getting jabs in 9 days time..!:victory:

 

DJ..I do hope that Archie's Godfather isn't hacking into your local resources..

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Margie is right. I keep popping in to see how you all are. Thankyou all so much for your posts.   I'm afraid we are not very well the pair of us. This must be the 'Long Covid' that we hear a

I really wish that more people were afraid. For their own safety.    I don't think anyone who hasn't witnessed in reality a person down on their hands and knees gasping  with a chest full of

Am in total dismay at the human race. It's becoming more like Mad Max at the moment.        This me me society we have created cares only about themselves: I'm alright Jack, the rest of you can f

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Almost a year on it’s obvious lockdowns, track & trace & masks do not work & with no long term evidence this vaccine even works or the effects on the body, protect the vulnerable & allow a controlled spread in healthy people or we will be in this position this time next year & the year after. 

Maybe a wake up call for future generations to control their own health & well being. 

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On 1/8/2021 at 9:28 PM, MargieH said:

Letsavagoo, it sounds quite a difficult situation for the home schooling.  Your son will certainly have a hard time amusing the 2 year old as well as supervising the 8 year old.   
We are fortunate because  the 2  grandchildren we help with (9 and 11) just get on with their lessons and don’t need much help from us.  I just ‘commute’ between their bedrooms, listening in to their lessons.  

It is a stipulation that an adult is present during the zoom call. 

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DJ360, in answer to your question, my wife is 77. She is Asthmatic and suffers from something called Neutrophelia , which makes her immune system virtually non existent. She's had government letters advising her that she is classed as extremely  high vulnerability. Hope this answers your question. Regards, Beekay.

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There was a Pharmacist on the news earlier in the week complaining he'd offered to do the jabs but had been told that unless he could process 1000 patients per week he wouldn't be considered, for the time being.
Presumably the 975 (ish) jabs per batch within 5 days of opening it is the restriction.
Given that there is a mandatory 15 minute waiting time after the jab anywhere doing them needs quite bit of safe waiting area.

 

I suspect my practice, opposite the City Hospital, would have a high proportion of people who don't qualify, although they do have plenty of room.

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Well, took 'er indoors for her Covid jab. Must admit, it were like organised Piccadilly circus. I thought "she's a long while". Turns out she'd had the jab and was sitting the mandatory 15 minutes, while I  were stood out-bloody side in -0.4% cold. Bloody Covid !!

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1 hour ago, Beekay said:while I  were stood out-bloody side in -0.4% cold. Bloody Covid !!

Weren’t you able to it in you car?

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I've just done a silly thing. For my amusement during lockdown I've ordered an electronic keyboard. I was looking at baby grands but it would be difficult getting one into the car when I start to play at gigs. I can't play the piano yet but I reckon a couple of weeks practice should be OK. I always buy myself a birthday present!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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When you make it to the Royal Concert Hall, you're going to need Beekay.  He used to be a conductor!  Young Trogg has a lot of experience of playing second fiddle (according to young Trogg) and it won't be hard to find someone who likes blowing their own trumpet.

 

You're all set.  Please welcome Mr Mayfield who will give us his rendition of Grieg's Piano Concerto. All the right notes...but not necessarily in the right order. ;)

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Is this the right time to wish you a Happy Birthday Phil? 
I must admit I’ve thought about getting a piano (or keyboard because we haven’t got room for a proper piano)  We had a lovely upright piano years ago when our boys had a short-lived fancy for learning to play, but we gave it away to Wild Willy Barrett when we moved house.  Our son has recently bought his 7 year old a keyboard and so far so good, she’s doing ok on it and long may it continue, it’s such a fantastic talent to have ....... where’s Pianoman btw? 

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It's not for a few days but I happily accept your good wishes. As soon as the weather's warmer I'll be working outside again but I need a project for the next few weeks. It was going to be a model railway - we shall see!

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