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  1. Thread: Too close.

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    Too close.

    In (socially distanced) disscussion in the pub we've come up with a new social distancing measure.

    Most peoples arm reach is about 750 millimeters - So if I can thump you in the nose it's your...
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    There is (or was before covid) serious talk about...

    There is (or was before covid) serious talk about bringing them back 'in house' to the DWP.

    Fair enough people don't trust the DWP; but does anyone trust the assessment companys anyway?
    So take...
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    The main problem with F2Fs, and assessments in...

    The main problem with F2Fs, and assessments in general, is paying private companys to do them.

    They get paid per assessment so of course they are going to do as many as they can get paid for -...
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    They are not going to see my neurological or...

    They are not going to see my neurological or cardiac conditions over a video (unless I throw an eppy or have a cardiac arrest during the video call), at a F2F they can at least feel my (very...
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    Could you tell us what this 'well trusted sute'...

    Could you tell us what this 'well trusted sute' is, is it B&W ?

    B&W posted this 3 days ago:
    https://www.benefitsandwork.co.uk/news/4282-pip-and-esa-video-assessment-trials-have-started

    As...
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    If you don't have the equipment then obviously...

    If you don't have the equipment then obviously you couldn't have a video assessment.

    I believe the video trial is for PIP assessments and not for WCAs.
    In the end a video call is just a glorified...
  7. I'm not particularly in any rush. Like many I...

    I'm not particularly in any rush.

    Like many I hardly left the house even before Covid lockdown, and now wear a mask when I do.

    I was just wondering about the U-65 vaccine supply situation and...
  8. I'm not particularly in any rush. Like many I...

    I'm not particularly in any rush.

    Like many I hardly left the house even before Covid lockdown, and now wear a mask when I do.

    I was just wondering about the U-65 vaccine supply situation and...
  9. Had a text from the GP surgery today. "Due to...

    Had a text from the GP surgery today.

    "Due to unprecedented times and the demands on the flu vaccine this year we are sorry but we are cancelling the walk in flu clinic on 16th October".
    That's...
  10. [QUOTE=sea queen;172848]I never could understand...

    [QUOTE=sea queen;172848]I never could understand why some members didn't seem to take to flymo, he certainly did help many..
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    It's one of those things.

    People want simple answers but...
  11. Still with us, but not well according to some...

    Still with us, but not well according to some faceache posts he's made in the last couple of weeks. (The first he's made since February).
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    Cover will be more expensive if you want to...

    Cover will be more expensive if you want to include your existing conditions.

    You can get cheaper policies if you don't don't cover pre-existing conditions but only death from other causes. (Which...
  13. Flymo was a regular, prolific, contributor here...

    Flymo was a regular, prolific, contributor here who helped a lot of people, the PIP 'Sticky' thread is one of his....
  14. Kit box came through the door at half three this...

    Kit box came through the door at half three this afternoon.

    Not opened it yet - I've put it on my 'To-DooDoo' list. :rolleyes:

    (This thread has become toilet humor - as Flymo once said about a...
  15. So fast that there are skid marks. :D

    So fast that there are skid marks. :D
  16. 2 weeks on and not got my 'shit-kit' yet, if it...

    2 weeks on and not got my 'shit-kit' yet, if it doesn't turn up maybe I'll just wipe with the letter and send that back in a plastic bag. :p
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    I'm not sure how many would be confident about...

    I'm not sure how many would be confident about butchering a full deer at home, not least because of hygiene concerns. (And the smell, and disposal of the waste).

    Even rural dwellers tend to get...
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    How about contacting Remap? They are there to...

    How about contacting Remap?
    They are there to help when off-the-shelf things don't work for you.

    https://www.remap.org.uk/
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    I don't like turkey anyway. Pork joint is my...

    I don't like turkey anyway.

    Pork joint is my favourite for Christmas, then beef, then chicken.

    Or all three on the same plate if I'm in fat-bugger mode and can afford it.

    You may remember...
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    You forgot the the biggest Selfish Baskets of...

    You forgot the the biggest Selfish Baskets of all, those who are actually gathering in crowds to protests against lockdown measures:
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-54309603

    As for those rushing...
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    Can I have a new phone please Mr PM?

    I got the email from NHS Test and Trace, exhorting me to install the app on my phone.

    BUT:
    Some brand new Huawei's and other makers at the cheaper end of the market are also ruled out.

    So no...
  22. A one way system in and out does seem a good...

    A one way system in and out does seem a good idea, if the surgery building layout allows.
  23. Here's a coincidence - or was someone at our...

    Here's a coincidence - or was someone at our surgery reading this?

    Today I got a text about the Flu clinincs at our surgery.

    It sounds as if it will be very much like scotleag's experience...
  24. Don't know about that, I've only got the letter...

    Don't know about that, I've only got the letter and the testing kit should come next week.

    I wouldn't realy see the point of keeping it in the fridge and then putting it into a postbox that's...
  25. Not everyone is happy with injecting themselves,...

    Not everyone is happy with injecting themselves, maybe if they could sort out the issues with a nasal spray for older adults.

    And then there is the potential issue of people getting a home flu jab...
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