The BBC really isn’t helping itself or anyone else...
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Inviting Nigel Farage onto Newsnight to discuss the Coronavirus. Next up Bill Oddie to discuss the standard of British high jumping leading up to this years Olympics!
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#2
You will be wanting terry Christian
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#3
I would prefer experts on the problem.
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#4
No sorry Dekka you made some criticism of one of the 'Brexit Heroes' (I kid you not) so therefore it is mandated that they will mention Lenin and axe picks or a reference to Diane Abbott. Get in the game man!
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#5
On the topic of Coronavirus and Farage, shouldn't he be getting tested for it? He's a lifelong smoker (owing to his distrust of scientific evidence) and over 50 so will be high risk for the virus, and he's just come from some American conservative conference where people were found to be infected with Coronavirus.
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#6
As a family we are worried my dad is 83 and my mother Inlaw is 78 but is in and out of hospital with her breathing so it's a very nervous time .
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#7
Same here LIQ, my M-I-L has COPD and we are desperately trying to make sure no-one goes round, but her other daughter is a nightmare and can't cope without her picking the kids up from school.
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#8
My parents were 99 and 96 respectively last month. Obviously at that age there are inevitably visits to hospitals and doctors' surgeries and the risk of exposure to whatever is going around at the time.

That said, I'm expecting both of them to outlive me. The old man survived a ruptured aortic aneurism at the age of 85 and within a few days was muttering about the hospital tea being too weak. He's from Yorkshire.
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(03-10-2020, 09:57 PM)Ossian Wrote: My parents were 99 and 96 respectively last month. Obviously at that age there are inevitably visits to hospitals and doctors' surgeries and the risk of exposure to whatever is going around at the time.

That said, I'm expecting both of them to outlive me. The old man survived a ruptured aortic aneurism at the age of 85 and within a few days was muttering about the hospital tea being too weak. He's from Yorkshire.

The built them tough in those days Oss, my Uncle is 95 this year and contracted shingles at the end of 2019, he shrugged it off and is back to taxi-ing around (as he calls them) the old dears from church. He was a Bevan boy in the war and smoked until he was 50 - fucking indestructible.  Big Grin

Probably the main reason I support the mighty Albion so he's earned his longevity  Big Grin
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#10
Driving at 95 ???
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