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  1. Cerberus

    Sickest game in the world (parts 1&2)

    Thursday 382.
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    Sickest game in the world (parts 1&2)

    True ... last Tuesday was 799 I see. I suppose I'm impatient to see the numbers fall, as many of us are - 548 still seems a lot. But hopefully this will be the last 500-plus day.
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    Sickest game in the world (parts 1&2)

    Disappointingly high, but I guess that's the Tuesday spike. At least cases were down to the 8000s, hopefully they won't go back up now. 437 for Wednesday.
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    Sickest game in the world (parts 1&2)

    That would have been both extraordinary and catastrophic. The Sunday and Monday figures are generally down about 50% from the rest of the week. Tuesday 436.
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    Sickest game in the world (parts 1&2)

    'tugs imaginary lapels' Going a little lower for tomorrow - 191 Geoff Boycott's score at Headingley v Aus in 1977 (also his 100th hundred)
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    Play School - Play Away - Childrens TV

    Children's TV special on Pointless Celebs tonight, usually watch this anyway but worth tuning in to see the state of the kids' entertainers of yesteryear. Especially anyone who 'needs a seat.'
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    Sickest game in the world (parts 1&2)

    445's the score on the door. Several came close (tho not me). Going LOW for Sunday - 214
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    Sickest game in the world (parts 1&2)

    Saturday 487.
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    Sickest game in the world (parts 1&2)

    454 it is. Nice low total, and happy to be way off, but I can't believe it's going to drop again tomorrow, so ... 539 for Friday.
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    8. Rush Limbaugh

    OK well he was mentioned in passing just now on Sky News - but only in a short piece about Trump, who amusing still maintains that he won the 2020 election ("and Rush thought so too")
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    Non-British Royals

    Not sure if this is the best thread so feel free to move or merge, but - Princess Latifa of Dubai? Dead or alive, no-one knows? Will the regime dare to harm her now that she's come to the world's attention?
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    8. Rush Limbaugh

    Was he well known in Britain? US politics/media isn't a hot topic in the UK generally, except at election time, but I'd never heard of him until I saw him on here last year. I only know of Alex Jones because search results get him mixed up with the Welsh TV presenter. No doubt he'll get an obit in the 'qualities' but I doubt that BBC or Sky news will mention him this evening.
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    8. Rush Limbaugh

    Chapeau, m'sieu.
  14. Not heartbreaking exactly, but Geoffrey Boycott, an early sporting hero of mine (before I knew what sort of person he was) and Barry Gibb, the last of the Bee Gees. Agree with the above re: Springsteen and the Queen.
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    Sickest game in the world (parts 1&2)

    738 then, and Exu was almost spot on. A few more than I'd have liked to see (exactly twice as many as Italy) - but down from 1001 last Wednesday, which may be what we should be looking at. Disappointing that new cases are back up to over 12,000 though. Hopefully just a blip. 686 for Thursday.
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