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15 minutes ago, Uhtred said:

And a few more that are now threadbare from overuse are 'Great Manx Public' - 'Best available evidence' - ' Working very hard' - and, in the case of the DPH, - 'Yes, that's correct Chief Minister'.

I miss hearing ‘gold standard’ whatever happened to that? Made it sound like we were special.

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"Right thing at the right time", "Baby steps", "It's really important", and you might even get "Lessons have been learned".

We raise a drink to someone in a pink tie - Matt Hancock (UK) seems to have his permanently fixed.

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1 hour ago, CallMeCurious said:

Yep, like the 'lost weekend'.  The excuse they don't have legisaltion was so pathetic. Could have just said Friday everyone's gone home for the weekend and we can't be asked bothering them until Monday. So please stay home.... by Monday oops. erm... we got it wrong.  

Wasn't it Howard's birthday on the Sunday?

He probably didn't want to miss the party! 

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11 minutes ago, squelch said:

If HQ is  aware of this thread.

He may be giving his next bulletin in sign language, mostly with the use of two fingers.

Would save torturing the english language further!

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27 minutes ago, Barlow said:

The well well-hackneyed tautological "at this moment in time"

As opposed to "this moment of inertia", although that might work too.

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1 hour ago, Uhtred said:

And a few more that are now threadbare from overuse are 'Great Manx Public' - 'Best available evidence' - ' Working very hard' - and, in the case of the DPH, - 'Yes, that's correct Chief Minister'.

I hope someone has shown Hetty how to switch-on her computer, since the last briefing.

(I wish Ashie and Hetty didn't feel the need to constantly refer to Howie as "Chief Minister! They are not in Tynwald, so a simple Mr Quayle would suffice.) And Mr Quayle certainly is SIMPLE.

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1 hour ago, Annoymouse said:

I miss hearing ‘gold standard’ whatever happened to that?

We stopped using the gold standard in 1931 - Mr Toad and Hancock never got the message.

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Nice of Isle of Man transport to give low earners who need to get the bus in to work in the morning virtually no notice that they have banned cash.

Jus shows what alternative universe these people live in where they assume everyone has contactless or can just teleport themselves down to the sea terminal at no notice to get a go card.

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