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    1. Prince Philip Duke Of Edinburgh

    I took part in a survey today and one of the questions was 'Will you watch the Oprah interview when it airs', I clicked no and was taken to the result, it was standing at 72% No so it looks like it won't have much of an audience among online survey users. eta Oops, I meant to post this on the Meghan thread.
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    World's Oldest

    At 118 years old, the world's oldest living person is preparing to carry the Olympic torch this May in Japan. Kane Tanaka, who has twice survived cancer, lived through two global pandemics and loves fizzy drinks, will take the flame as it passes through Shime, in her home prefecture of Fukuoka. https://edition.cnn.com/2021/03/04/sport/japan-supercentenarian-olympic-torchbearer-hnk-intl/index.html
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    Animal Antics

    World's oldest known wild bird has another chick at age of 70 https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-56281983
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    Aerospace and Astronomy

    An asteroid the size of the Eiffel Tower will zip past Earth Friday (March 5) and be out of our planetary neighborhood until 2029. The space rock, dubbed Apophis (an ancient Egyptian demon), was first spotted in 2004 and won't pose any danger to Earth during this week's flyby; it will travel past the planet at more than 40 times the distance from Earth to the moon. But scientists are using this week as a dress rehearsal for the asteroid's next pass, on April 13, 2029, when Apophis will get as close to Earth as some of the highest-orbit satellites. https://www.livescience.com/apophis-demon-asteroid-last-flyby-until-2029.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Livesciencecom+(LiveScience.com+Science+Headline+Feed)
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    Meghan Markle

    No Meghan, I expect you to stay silent.
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    The Happy Birthday Thread

    Roger Daltry I think is 77, I know it's his birthday today as it is the same as my Mum's was. Best remembered for me from Tommy.
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    Betty Driver Memorial Soapstar Superstar Thread

    Could he be classed as a miss by the commitee?
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    1. Prince Philip Duke Of Edinburgh

    It's getting closer to the point where he comes out horizontally rather than vertically.
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    COVID 19 - Second Wave

    It was a mass clinic, I would rather have gone to the GP run clinic but I was restricted by my postcode. At the GP clinic you go in one door and exit from another, at the Hall, there is line markings on the floor and keep left signs everywhere BUT there is a flight of stairs to go up and down and it is less than 2m wide and sod's law states that is where you are going to meet people, I know I did.
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    COVID 19 - Second Wave

    i got my vaccine first dose yesterday evening and the lass checking me in said there had been close to 150 from my street alone in there over the course of the day, young and old so it seems to have a ring of 'postcode' about the selection process. Another point is that half the staff were doing nothing, I am not sure if it was because folk had not turned up but it did seem strange considering just last week they could not cope with the numbers waiting in line.
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    The Happy Birthday Thread

    he was one of the reasons that I got interested in test cricket.
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    Tiger Woods

    Those golf buggies can be quite lethal to drive, he should never have taken it onto the open road.
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    Football

    Not unique in Brazilian football but still Fast Clube's Emerson Bacas scores from his own half - BBC Sport
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    COVID 19 - Second Wave

    Date for lifting restrictions in this country is announced and straight away thousands of people book holidays abroad, just how fuckin stupid are they?
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