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1 minute ago, The Phantom said:

Well, I couldn't really be bothered typing the rationale for my thoughts on that, other than as you've said - not enough real world research or results.   

Hey, it was you swearing, calling me thick and WRITING IN BOLD CAPITALS 

Well theres NO NEED TO BE LIKE THAT. 

I had not had my morning billy and 473ml of Red Bull by that point, so of course I was going to be slightly agitated. 

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9 minutes ago, Ramseyboi said:

What on earth relevance has Thalidomide got to anything?

Do you understand the enormous difference between a drug and a vaccine?

Yes I am very aware of the difference.  I actually have a degree in Biology.

It's more the fact that Thalidimide was totally fine for everyone and had a some remarkable results (recently discovered to have more treatment options) it only came to light it wasn't fine for pregnant mothers when it was far far too late. 

1mg of something that is unlikely to harm me as a 90kg healthy male is a very different ball game to an embryo that weighs a few grams.  It might be stopped by the placental barrier, but frankly I've seen no research on that front.

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11 minutes ago, Ramseyboi said:

What on earth relevance has Thalidomide got to anything?

Do you understand the enormous difference between a drug and a vaccine?

Phantom understand the enormous difference. 

You failed to understand the point he was trying to so obviously convey. Then again can't expect much more from a Ramsey lad 😘

Irony is sweet. 

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35 minutes ago, Hugh G Rection said:

I remember Nom you weren't on board with getting jab but said you would in the case of it being absolutely essential for travel.

Out of curiosity, did you end up having it?

Or can you not tell us as it's identifiable information. 

I’m a proud member of the Oxford AZ double jab club & have been off Island three times enjoying the benefits of my fruits.

These anti-vaxers need a massive slap.

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1 minute ago, Nom de plume said:

I’m a proud member of the Oxford AZ double jab club & have been off Island three times enjoying the benefits of my fruits.

These anti-vaxers need a massive slap.

Christ.

Well you're fucked Howard knows where you are and exactly where you've been for months now then. 

Careful you don't stick to any lamp posts. 

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2 minutes ago, Hugh G Rection said:

Christ.

Well you're fucked Howard knows where you are and exactly where you've been for months now then. 

Careful you don't stick to any lamp posts. 

Or use a bank card, or a phone.

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13 minutes ago, Nom de plume said:

My Prince Albert is an absolute ***t to remove before bath time.

No need to blur out the word cunt we are all mature, responsible, free thinking adults here. 

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My bad sorry @Banker, good luck with your GCSE's next year.

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3 minutes ago, Nom de plume said:

When Rachel says it’s time to inject, it’s time to inject.

The mucky mare.

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I'd absolutely make sure I was quadruple jabbed to ensure I could have a go at that 😍

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1 hour ago, Hugh G Rection said:

I think we can come to an agreement on this one. 

Do you think it's worrying with the recent approach on Social Media directed from Director of Public Health and Midwives to categorically state how beneficial it is regardless of the fact there's a significant lack of real-world research around the implications? 

Thalidamide was a seriously tragic state of affairs.

And absolutely can understand pregnant women taking the approach . 

 

Thalidamide was not a vaccine

Furthermore, medical science has evolved since then. As has regulation

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9 minutes ago, offshoremanxman said:

Or if you plain don’t fancy working like a lot of UK government departments who are all presumably not doing much while working from home judging by the delays incurred in providing the services they are paid to provide. 

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During the pandemic, Her Majesty’s Passport Office has seen a significant drop in the number of people applying for passports. In a normal year it processes around seven million passport applications, however in 2020 just over 4 million people applied for their passport.

 

The DVLA in Wales has been subject to social distancing so paper applications are taking longer. They are currently working on papaer renewals dated 2 June 2021.  Renewals at post offices or DVLA online services take 5 days.

 

I can't be arsed typing any more....

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