Thanks for the free ride home Uber, was tired after all that shopping :D First Uber I have ordered in years, with that stupid clean air fee + higher cost I rarely use it over Free Now/Bolt/Ola :)
I had the Pfizer and it wasn't so bad to begin with; first evening a bit of a sore arm, got into bed and every muscle ached. I woke up pretty drained, rough like I was coming down with something and with my deltoid so sore that I did nearly everything with the other arm. Next day was still rough but on the mend with a headache. Finally woke up today actually feeling 99% better. I've also eaten half the kitchen. Be warned these vaccines really rev up the immune system. And that's a good thing.
Doesn’t apply for me as I can drive but what about poor old Doris who can’t (confused)
If you had to pay for both ways, then this will save you the money for half of the journey, why is it their responsibility to get you there and back for free? (confused)
Not if there's a surge of pyssheads getting in the back of an UBER with drivers from Tier 4 hotspots.
Maybe not, but with UBER's history of obstructing investigations and their lack of regulation, you'd probably never know even if most of them were.
To be fair whether 'most people' are wearing masks or not, willingly or against their will, is considerably less important a consideration than whether an unregulated industry of the kind of people who'll work 23 hours and 59 minutes per day if they could, who'll share licences with a cousin, who'll patch up a car after an accident rather than have it inspected and have to spend money on it, who live in the communities that have the highest incubation of the virus, are not necessarily the best peiple in the world to stick in an unregulated, uninspected tin can with people who wanna get winkered.
Got a text at 12.13pm today. Used the link and booked my jab. For 14.20/143.0pm today. Had my Oxford, AstraZeneca vaccine. No issues yet, lets wait and see.
I have read that 5 times now and still can't make any sense out of it, but that fits in well with the rest of your comments though.
You ignore the doctors and virologists that don't mimic government propaganda.
Why, when questioned, do the conspiracists always change the subject to try and deflect from having to face the truth? We are not talking about the media when discussing vaccines, we are talking about scientists, and virologists, who have spent many years working on cures for diseases, it is an insult to their professions, and also to the NHS workers, to callously spout misinformation that could result in the death of the people that they are striving to protect.
Posted 23rd Dec 2020Posted 23rd Dec 2020
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You mean carers who have to go and buy food for their clients while at work? Its part of their job.
That is very true. Also the amount of carers you saw wondering around shops in their uniforms was and still is really unbelievable.
You mean me personally wrecked?, but you know nothing about me, do you know if I’ve ever used the NHS? Regarding it being free, sadly it’s not, since it’s made up from taxation mainly, and the remainder national insurance and even from people paying for certain types of treatments and prescriptions etc. Post Brexit, there are claims it might be even be privatised.
Empty hospitals; like how full our ED is so that ambulances cant offload patients for several hours so we have to go and assess and start treatment in the back of the vehicles. Or that I intubated 3 people during a day shift yesterday. Or that in one site at the Trust, 9 medical wards are full of covid patients. I dont use uber, nor do I use uber eats / any gig delivery service but these comments are ridiculous.
That’s hysterical... Taxi drivers from Tier 3 and Tier 4 hotbeds of transmission are being deployed in cars as ‘frontline’ workers to service ‘frontline’ workers from the NHS at the moment they are most likely to be least vigilant, in order to steal business from ‘local’ firms so as to enrich a company - which literally floods local ‘low transmission rate’ suburban satellites distributd around Tier 3 and 4 urban areas with cheap drivers who are right out of prolific transmission demographics within said urban mess trying to kill off local firms - and two £10 off vouchers is considered a fair price to perpetuate this idiotic cycle? Incredible. It’s been ridiculous in Yorkshire... Towns and villages with nearly no COVID transmission have not only been crippled and disadvantaged by being bundled into the enormous Tier 3 zones created by the ‘spreading communities’ of Leeds, Bradford, Halifax and Dewsbury, but have all been flooded by taxi firms employing ‘freelancers’ and cross-border workers from Tier 3 urban hothouses, further damaging local business and increasing the risks BUT.... no local authorities have compulsory testing, none have standards inspections, all symptom reporting is entirely voluntary, drivers are exempt from wearing masks and not legally required to disinfect their cars... Getting an UBER from your local big city is as risky as sharing a bowl of peanuts on the bar in a crowded pub. And now you want the underpaid ‘lowest bid’ drivers from areas that you probably wouldn’t want a driver from, who is controlled by the sociopathic tax dodgng corporation to be sent to drive the most critical front line workers, to perpetuate the cycle of high risk by leaving everything to chance using the highest risk model of an inherently risky mode of transport while the drivers are getting contracted to low-fare subsidised work occupying their time at peak surge? Hahahahahahahahahahaha. Like another populist trend I know, it seems our desire for cheap throwaway concessions to enrich vulture capitalists and stirring gestures of patriotism or motivate us to ridiculous acts of futility and self harm... Definitely beware that you NHS folks, by using UBER, are guaranteeing that the majority of drivers you get sent are a high probability of perpetuating the spread from high-transmission communities from the ‘hotspot’ districts of places like Bradford to any of the nice ‘low spread’ areas you might live in... And they’ll have been working for hours, and be tired and uninterested, peeing in bottles all night and trying to hit the highest volume of pickups they can.One of the great paradoxes of COVID management in Britain.
Posted 22nd Nov 2020Posted 22nd Nov 2020
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Is that this one? had my eye on it for a while tbh, just need a push! :) https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-and-home-entertainment/televisions/televisions/sony-bravia-kd65xh9005bu-65-smart-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-led-tv-with-google-assistant-10208167-pdt.html?istCompanyId=bec25c7e-cbcd-460d-81d5-a25372d2e3d7&istFeedId=4d7eb93e-055f-499d-8ee5-1cdcc50d67d1&istItemId=iraqmiwal&istBid=tztx&srcid=198&cmpid=ppc~gg~0045 (Shopping Ads) Large Screen Television - BTE WK29 2020~0045 (Shopping Ads) Large Screen Television - BTE WK29 2020 ad group~Exact&mctag=gg_goog_7904&kwid=GOOGLE&device=c&ds_kids=92700058924133575&tgtid=0045 (Shopping Ads) Large Screen Television - BTE WK29 2020&&gclid=Cj0KCQiAwf39BRCCARIsALXWETysIOVBNj60zxDkplL9qpM4Fu4FejmSIoJD6PBuqeUhuTy37xnmxS4aAqysEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds
be good if its proved they really fixed the issues this comparable to the q80 but what price for a 65inch q80 ?
I meant more the very inclusion of a JBL speaker on it indicates that Hisense was aiming beyond cheap and cheerful towards a more high end, polished experience. AV forum chatter suggests that the motion stutter, dimming issues (blooming etc) have been fixed with firmware updates, which makes sense cos the hardware in the TV is more than enough, the problem would lie with software. If that's true, then 2.1 hdmi aside you're looking at a TV that sits up there with the Q90t for an absolute bargain price. Personally I intend to wait till black Friday itself or maybe Boxing day and order this for collection, meaning I'm covered by long distance selling regulations. If it turns out to have bad motion or other issues then it can go back and I'll get a Q80T or X950h, if it doesn't have those issues then I'll be more than pleased.
You say that but I'm the unfortunate owner of a JBL soundbar and it's one or the worst buys I've made in recent years! Sound constantly drops out. Not sure their quality is what it has been 😦 I agree HDR and PQ is more important than HDMI 2.1 at the moment. Just saying those are ticks in the box for the Sony and an oversight from Hisense on their top of the range model. The question is whether the PQ is actually that good on this. Bright yes, visually appealing probably, but if the reports of dodgy motion handling are accurate that's going to be annoying for a lot of people. Also from what I've seen this might have a million dimming zones but the handling of those zones seems a bit...well...dim witted. Think you have to be willing to accept a lot of rough edges on these to get the good bits and end of the day it's still a stack of money.
You have no idea what makes a "terrible TV". So many console gamers thinking that they're electronics experts because Lord Sony told them the HDMI spec of their console.