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Live Election Day Thread

Who are you all voting for then, come on?

I'm predicting a well-hung parliament. As in, it's gonna be even more split than last time.

Hoping for a surprise Labour majority though. Can't have the tories running a muck for another 5 years for fΓΊcks sakes.

If you need any more reasons as to why you should not be voting Tory (which you shouldn't), please visit my twitter account @thedailybmuk
There should be more than enough information there. Yes, this thread is biased

posted 5 hours, 34 minutes ago

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comment by Constantinople (U11781)
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OBR says that the economy has now experienced two 'once-in-a-lifetime' shocks in just over a decade

Deficit peaked at 10% of GDP after the financial crisis and will top 15% this year

'This may just be bad luck, but it could indicate that very large shocks may be more common'
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Economic systems need to change. They are all too reliant on growth and what we have now is not sustainable.
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Without wishing to sound like a broken record, if the government had shown a degree of pragmatism, and extended the transition period for a couple of years, the county would not be facing the economic catastrophe of Brexit as well as CV19.
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That would perhaps nullify effects slightly from this, but economic systems would still need to change. You can't have a system that is reliant on infinite growth on a finite planet. It will only result in us destroying ourselves.
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What alternative would you put forward mate?
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We need to bring the cost of a a calorie of work down as low as possible so that it is close to zero. That allows for food/transport and heating costs to drop significantly. There needs to be a shift from status and consumerism to health and contentment. Once we have AI machines operating at low costs for our betterment, then we need to establish a UBI that goes along way to removing the issue of poverty. Which in turn, reduces crime, and increases wellbeing across society.
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Howz the health, chum?

Scunner seems on the up🌞
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Blood tests back today

Gamma GT 67
AST 40
ALT 57

So not horrendous. Though I've to get the tests again on the 24th.
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Just take it easy and more walking, less vino, for a while!

Good luck.

posted 5 hours, 30 minutes ago

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Better get scrubbing my underpants
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As the song goes, "Its that time of year again"

Phonics or Manics?🎸🎡🎢
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most on here seem obsessed with The Charlatans
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Don't be Tellin' Stories!

posted 5 hours, 3 minutes ago

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comment by Sat Nav (U18243)
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comment by Tamwolf (U17286)
posted 18 minutes ago
comment by What would Stuart Pearce do? Ireland-Kenya Relations Secretary (U3126)
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comment by Tamwolf (U17286)
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comment by Constantinople (U11781)
posted about a minute ago
OBR says that the economy has now experienced two 'once-in-a-lifetime' shocks in just over a decade

Deficit peaked at 10% of GDP after the financial crisis and will top 15% this year

'This may just be bad luck, but it could indicate that very large shocks may be more common'
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Economic systems need to change. They are all too reliant on growth and what we have now is not sustainable.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Without wishing to sound like a broken record, if the government had shown a degree of pragmatism, and extended the transition period for a couple of years, the county would not be facing the economic catastrophe of Brexit as well as CV19.
----------------------------------------------------------------------

That would perhaps nullify effects slightly from this, but economic systems would still need to change. You can't have a system that is reliant on infinite growth on a finite planet. It will only result in us destroying ourselves.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
What alternative would you put forward mate?
----------------------------------------------------------------------
We need to bring the cost of a a calorie of work down as low as possible so that it is close to zero. That allows for food/transport and heating costs to drop significantly. There needs to be a shift from status and consumerism to health and contentment. Once we have AI machines operating at low costs for our betterment, then we need to establish a UBI that goes along way to removing the issue of poverty. Which in turn, reduces crime, and increases wellbeing across society.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Howz the health, chum?

Scunner seems on the up🌞
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Blood tests back today

Gamma GT 67
AST 40
ALT 57

So not horrendous. Though I've to get the tests again on the 24th.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Glad you happy with it. I have no idea what's good, so do the numbers need to go up or down? 🀦‍♂️

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comment by What would Stuart Pearce do? Ireland-Kenya Relations Secretary (U3126)
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comment by Tamwolf (U17286)
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comment by Constantinople (U11781)
posted about a minute ago
OBR says that the economy has now experienced two 'once-in-a-lifetime' shocks in just over a decade

Deficit peaked at 10% of GDP after the financial crisis and will top 15% this year

'This may just be bad luck, but it could indicate that very large shocks may be more common'
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Economic systems need to change. They are all too reliant on growth and what we have now is not sustainable.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Without wishing to sound like a broken record, if the government had shown a degree of pragmatism, and extended the transition period for a couple of years, the county would not be facing the economic catastrophe of Brexit as well as CV19.
----------------------------------------------------------------------

That would perhaps nullify effects slightly from this, but economic systems would still need to change. You can't have a system that is reliant on infinite growth on a finite planet. It will only result in us destroying ourselves.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
What alternative would you put forward mate?
----------------------------------------------------------------------
We need to bring the cost of a a calorie of work down as low as possible so that it is close to zero. That allows for food/transport and heating costs to drop significantly. There needs to be a shift from status and consumerism to health and contentment. Once we have AI machines operating at low costs for our betterment, then we need to establish a UBI that goes along way to removing the issue of poverty. Which in turn, reduces crime, and increases wellbeing across society.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Howz the health, chum?

Scunner seems on the up🌞
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Blood tests back today

Gamma GT 67
AST 40
ALT 57

So not horrendous. Though I've to get the tests again on the 24th.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Glad you happy with it. I have no idea what's good, so do the numbers need to go up or down? 🀦‍♂️
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Down.

Gamma GT is the worst to show liver damage. 50-200 is high. So 67 is something I'll take as decent.

Issues with low phosphorus 0.59 and calcium 2.13, receptionist said something about vitamin D. Which would make sense, aa I'm out less during lockdown.

Blood glucose was 7.2 which was high. But not a surprise given my general weight.

Next bloods are getting done on 24th so will stay off booze and live a bit healthier until then.

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comment by Admin1 (U1)
posted 5 minutes ago
comment by Sat Nav (U18243)
posted 11 minutes ago
comment by Tamwolf (U17286)
posted 18 minutes ago
comment by What would Stuart Pearce do? Ireland-Kenya Relations Secretary (U3126)
posted about a minute ago
comment by Tamwolf (U17286)
posted 3 minutes ago
comment by Constantinople (U11781)
posted about a minute ago
OBR says that the economy has now experienced two 'once-in-a-lifetime' shocks in just over a decade

Deficit peaked at 10% of GDP after the financial crisis and will top 15% this year

'This may just be bad luck, but it could indicate that very large shocks may be more common'
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Economic systems need to change. They are all too reliant on growth and what we have now is not sustainable.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Without wishing to sound like a broken record, if the government had shown a degree of pragmatism, and extended the transition period for a couple of years, the county would not be facing the economic catastrophe of Brexit as well as CV19.
----------------------------------------------------------------------

That would perhaps nullify effects slightly from this, but economic systems would still need to change. You can't have a system that is reliant on infinite growth on a finite planet. It will only result in us destroying ourselves.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
What alternative would you put forward mate?
----------------------------------------------------------------------
We need to bring the cost of a a calorie of work down as low as possible so that it is close to zero. That allows for food/transport and heating costs to drop significantly. There needs to be a shift from status and consumerism to health and contentment. Once we have AI machines operating at low costs for our betterment, then we need to establish a UBI that goes along way to removing the issue of poverty. Which in turn, reduces crime, and increases wellbeing across society.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Howz the health, chum?

Scunner seems on the up🌞
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Blood tests back today

Gamma GT 67
AST 40
ALT 57

So not horrendous. Though I've to get the tests again on the 24th.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Glad you happy with it. I have no idea what's good, so do the numbers need to go up or down? 🀦‍♂️
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Down.

Gamma GT is the worst to show liver damage. 50-200 is high. So 67 is something I'll take as decent.

Issues with low phosphorus 0.59 and calcium 2.13, receptionist said something about vitamin D. Which would make sense, aa I'm out less during lockdown.

Blood glucose was 7.2 which was high. But not a surprise given my general weight.

Next bloods are getting done on 24th so will stay off booze and live a bit healthier until then.
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If you want to lose weight, I'm sure TBAB will come round and break your jaw so it gets wired shut. πŸ‘

Sorry, TBAB... πŸ€—

posted 3 hours, 40 minutes ago

No huawei 5g

No second wave

posted 3 hours, 20 minutes ago

Finally, should never have agreed to it in the first place

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tiktok next

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tiktok next
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Big time Tommy Robinson fans in bits

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posted 11 minutes ago
comment by Tamwolf (U17286)
posted 18 minutes ago
comment by What would Stuart Pearce do? Ireland-Kenya Relations Secretary (U3126)
posted about a minute ago
comment by Tamwolf (U17286)
posted 3 minutes ago
comment by Constantinople (U11781)
posted about a minute ago
OBR says that the economy has now experienced two 'once-in-a-lifetime' shocks in just over a decade

Deficit peaked at 10% of GDP after the financial crisis and will top 15% this year

'This may just be bad luck, but it could indicate that very large shocks may be more common'
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Economic systems need to change. They are all too reliant on growth and what we have now is not sustainable.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Without wishing to sound like a broken record, if the government had shown a degree of pragmatism, and extended the transition period for a couple of years, the county would not be facing the economic catastrophe of Brexit as well as CV19.
----------------------------------------------------------------------

That would perhaps nullify effects slightly from this, but economic systems would still need to change. You can't have a system that is reliant on infinite growth on a finite planet. It will only result in us destroying ourselves.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
What alternative would you put forward mate?
----------------------------------------------------------------------
We need to bring the cost of a a calorie of work down as low as possible so that it is close to zero. That allows for food/transport and heating costs to drop significantly. There needs to be a shift from status and consumerism to health and contentment. Once we have AI machines operating at low costs for our betterment, then we need to establish a UBI that goes along way to removing the issue of poverty. Which in turn, reduces crime, and increases wellbeing across society.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Howz the health, chum?

Scunner seems on the up🌞
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Blood tests back today

Gamma GT 67
AST 40
ALT 57

So not horrendous. Though I've to get the tests again on the 24th.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Glad you happy with it. I have no idea what's good, so do the numbers need to go up or down? 🀦‍♂️
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Down.

Gamma GT is the worst to show liver damage. 50-200 is high. So 67 is something I'll take as decent.

Issues with low phosphorus 0.59 and calcium 2.13, receptionist said something about vitamin D. Which would make sense, aa I'm out less during lockdown.

Blood glucose was 7.2 which was high. But not a surprise given my general weight.

Next bloods are getting done on 24th so will stay off booze and live a bit healthier until then.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
If you want to lose weight, I'm sure TBAB will come round and break your jaw so it gets wired shut. πŸ‘

Sorry, TBAB... πŸ€—
----------------------------------------------------------------------
No worries.

I read Gammon for Gamma GT there on those test results.

Mine would be through the roof.

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