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Its suspected that the outbreak in New Zealand is related to a chilled meat plant or storage thing as well.

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14 hours ago, Neil Down said:

tell that to the 700,000 plus people that have died from it you balloon knot...

A Balloon knot is one of the most impotant things at a toddlers birthday party,what a dumb ass turn of phrase?

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10 minutes ago, Ďouglas Peel said:

A Balloon knot is one of the most impotant things at a toddlers birthday party,what a dumb ass turn of phrase?

I think you missed the interpretation there by a million miles, unless I am just thick.

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52 minutes ago, Gladys said:

Thank you, I never knew that.  

For ordinarily very organized people it was particularly poor form and confusing for the Romans to call both Man and Angelsey ‘Mona’ - including no less a figure than Julius Caesar himself.

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12 minutes ago, dilligaf said:

I think you missed the interpretation there by a million miles, unless I am just thick.

No ,to call somone a "balloon knot" is a poor "put down"  and still a shite turn of phrase .in any interpretation,.

 

13 minutes ago, dilligaf said:

I think you missed the interpretation there by a million miles, unless I am just thick.

 

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39 minutes ago, Ďouglas Peel said:

A Balloon knot is one of the most impotant things at a toddlers birthday party,what a dumb ass turn of phrase?

Spelling is also important...

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3 minutes ago, Neil Down said:

Spelling is also important...

Punctuation is even more so. 

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19 minutes ago, Uhtred said:

For ordinarily very organized people it was particularly poor form and confusing for the Romans to call both Man and Angelsey ‘Mona’ - including no less a figure than Julius Caesar himself.

Perhaps Julius looked out over the Irish Sea, saw a lump and thought that must be that Mona place, not knowing he was looking at that place with cats with no tails, kippers, fairies and teapots with three legged men. (May not be a historically accurate comment.)

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15 hours ago, Uhtred said:

For ordinarily very organized people it was particularly poor form and confusing for the Romans to call both Man and Angelsey ‘Mona’ - including no less a figure than Julius Caesar himself.

Caesar saw Monas everywhere.

 

All he ever heard was: What have the Romans ever done for us?

 

 

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7 hours ago, prism10 said:

Caesar saw Monas everywhere.

 

All he ever head was: What have the Romans ever done for us?

 

 

People called Romans they go the house???

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Ynys Mon, to give Anglesey its proper name. (Monas Isle).

One of the names that our radio newsreaders have trouble with, every time the two islands' football teams play each other.

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Jersey watch:

+4 active cases, now running at 11

53,000 tests completed & moving to 2,000 tests per day allowing the Island to return to ‘relative’ normality.
 

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3 hours ago, Banker said:

Jersey will have testing up to 2000 per day on island soon to support the open borders with testing on arrival 

https://jerseyeveningpost.com/news/2020/08/13/more-covid-19-tests-to-be-processed-in-jersey/

A total of 28,786 tests were processed up to Tuesday, and there are now 11 known active cases. Presumably all known cases tracked, isolated, and presenting no actual risk to the island. That’s got to be the way to go. 

 

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