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Smudge

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  1. i damaged my discs at the age of 28. When I was 40 it got worse and I was on my back for three weeks and eventually lost the motor nerve in my right foot. I won't describe the pain I was in, I'm sure that you can empathize In 1998, I had spine fusion and have not had serious back pain since. My advice to you is get talking to a neurological surgeon a soon as you can. It doesn't necessarily mean that you need surgery but they will give you the best advice. Mine did
  2. They're all squad players as they come in and out of form or fitness. I have been a huge critic of Perez but after his last game, I have some real hopes for the guy. Let's hope he builds on that.
  3. You can't be wrong with that!
  4. If that's a question the answer is 'yes'
  5. Well that's what it says here. I can hear a Brummie accent when I hear one and she has one
  6. In the same vein, Did you know it was Joan D'Arc who said "Lawks a Lordy my bottoms on fire!"?
  7. Fabulous player, one of the greatest wing backs to put on a Leicester shirt. I won't compare him with Castagne, as he too is a great asset for the club. We are very fortunate to have two exceptional players
  8. It looks like I shall be eligible for the vaccine shortly, however, I am allergic to wasp/bee stings and may not be able to have the vaccination. My GP wants me to see an allergist to check me out. Just wondering if anyone else with allergies has been told that they can't have the jab?
  9. I'm sure he weighed up the odds before he took the job and hopefully his contract payout will heal his bruised ego.
  10. It's been a while since his passing but I just thought maybe someone else might appreciate this man
  11. The Stag & Pheasant Hotel is next to Lea's. The chemists and the shop next door became "The Irish Manufacturing" To the East was The Admiral Nelson, The Plough and the quite The Bell Hotel.
  12. You might find this interesting. It explains that in their opinion, the Anglo Saxons melded into the Eastern part of England rather than invaded. https://www.pbs.org/video/king-arthurs-lost-kingdom-6dpt6t/ hopefully you can access it outside the US
  13. West were also linked more to the Mediterranean and Atlantic seaports
  14. That's a good assessment Alf. I think McConnell's opinion is the key.
  15. I have no idea what you just said. Could you precis that in one paragraph please.
  16. I can only think that on hearing people bemoan their lot with the lockdowns etc., someone will remind them of the fact that others have had it worse. Using that as a ubiquitous argument for all situations is asinine. If that is happening then I agree with you
  17. Would you please explain this comment? Being infatuated by a war, and I assume WW2, was an anathema for my parents. My Dad was a prisoner of war for three years and my Mum was bombed out of her lodgings in Highfields in Leicester. In what way is that weird? They are merely trying to tell you what those young people had to deal with in their twenties
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