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Old 04-20-2017, 09:19 PM   #10891
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I've always believed establishment honours were a crock of shite anyway. But knowing Vicky (Professional Cypher) Beckham has been given an OBE for her contribution to fashion
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Isn't this game called, "Let's give them this bauble and see if the will pay more taxes."

It worked with Mick Jagger.
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I didn't want to bring this up in the RIP thread about Ugo Ehiogu because it is not really the right place. However I have noticed recently that the media use cardiac arrest and heart attack as one and the same cause of death. They did it for Carrie Fisher as well. The thing is they are not the same thing at all as any one with the most simplistic medical knowledge knows. A heart attack can lead to cardiac arrest but the causes of each are different. In the simplest terms a heart attack is a circulation problem and cardiac arrest is an electrical problem. It may seem a petty thing but its just one of those things that annoys me.
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When my daughter gets the lid off the salsa jar after I've utterly failed to budge it.
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When my daughter gets the lid off the salsa jar after I've utterly failed to budge it.
When one of my daughters was about four, I used to loosen the top on a jar, then put it back loosely and pretend I couldn't open it! It was worth it just to see the big smile of delight! Dads know what I mean!
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When my daughter gets the lid off the salsa jar after I've utterly failed to budge it.
This deserves special acknowledgement.

The worst part of being past 60 is having a body the continually messes with you!

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Slipping beck to the Beckham's, my view on them changed when I saw them on Children of Courage. There was a young girl, who had a terminal illness and had raised a lot of money for the charity that researched her disease. David was in America, so joined on video link, but Victoria was with the girl, it was obvious that their support for her was absolutely genuine, there was true warmth and affection between them, and it even showed on the video link. David had even carried her on to the pitch at Wembley for an International, fulfilling one of her biggest ambitions. So I had to admit they were not just seeking publicity. Sadly she died aged 11 a year or so ago.

BUT why was he all over the London Olympics? He has never been an Olympian! He has never represented GB at anything, and he has never won anything at international level! Supposedly he helped with the bid, to many he won it! Yeah right!
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I didn't want to bring this up in the RIP thread about Ugo Ehiogu because it is not really the right place. However I have noticed recently that the media use cardiac arrest and heart attack as one and the same cause of death. They did it for Carrie Fisher as well. The thing is they are not the same thing at all as any one with the most simplistic medical knowledge knows. A heart attack can lead to cardiac arrest but the causes of each are different. In the simplest terms a heart attack is a circulation problem and cardiac arrest is an electrical problem. It may seem a petty thing but its just one of those things that annoys me.
I think some of the media often uses the term heart attack for the very fact (and as you also say) that it is a simpler and easier to understand term for some certain "uneducated" and less-knowledgeable individuals than cardiac arrest.
Though we have entered the computer age and with it one would think that most have gained a wealth of knowledge/education, but there are still a significant number of the population who classify slightly above being ranked imbeciles, and who may actually believe "cardiac arrest" as being a crime/offense someone was arrested for committing!
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When my daughter gets the lid off the salsa jar after I've utterly failed to budge it.
Yes but you probably did the hard work of loosening it just slightly enough for your daughter to then come along and take all the credit.

In fact, Jackie Gleason used that scenario in a couple of The Honeymooners episodes.
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The are compensations to being old enough to retire though. Every night is the end of the working week, and every day is a leisurely Sunday afternoon.


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Yes but you probably did the hard work of loosening it just slightly enough for your daughter to then come along and take all the credit.

In fact, Jackie Gleason used that scenario in a couple of The Honeymooners episodes.
Just So Cuzzy. My daughter did indeed acknowledge that I loosened it for her. (albeit in the same sarcastic tone her mum uses)
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