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Cookie Monster
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Hi Martin

Blimey that was well over a year ago.

Yes I'm competing again but hope to get a few blats in starting very soon.

Hope you're feeling better -I think you weren't so well were you?

See you at Penn soon

 

 

 

 

see you at Penn soon

Phil

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Oh yeah. I just saw it near the top of the BC feed and assumed it was recent. So you survived after all ;)

Yes, I have had some issues over the last 18 months but seem ok for now. Lost some weight and getting a bit fitter but have now torn a knee cartilage so thats gonna need an op. Joy!

Should be at Penn next week.

Cheers

 

 

TobyCoulson
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Seems digging up old threads is all the rage these days Confused

tweeky
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Sat here on the sofa two weeks in to a 3 month non-weight bearing sentence (inc a cast for the duration) after an ankle op.

The NHS the treatmen I recived was spot on carn`t fault then tbh. 

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Tweeky, hope it's your left leg!

You'll be back on the road for prime blatting season...

Neil

tweeky
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Neil ,It is my left dont know about this year wll try to get out in the 7

 

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Tweeky,

pushing a clutch is no problem; the forces through the components of the ankle are a fraction of those exerted by walking ( much personal experience).You'll be back in the car before you know it.

All the best with your recovery!

Cheers, Neil

Roger Ford
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So ... should the NHS pay around £4000 a year to subsidise the risky lifestyle choices of gay men who choose not to use condoms?

... OR ...

Given how expensive it is to treat Aids once someone is infected, why doesn't the NHS spend much less money on preventative treatments for those at risk, given that it would save vast amounts of money in the long term?

Other news articles are available

TobyCoulson
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Should the NHS pay for people who hurt themselves playing sport?

Shoukd the NHS pay people who get pissed and hurt themselves?

Should the NHS pay for any STDs might be a better question 

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Should the NHS pay for people who hurt themselves playing sport?

Yes. Should the NHS pay for protective equipment for people who play sports to prevent them getting injured?  Where do I send my invoice for fireproof suit, helmet and HANS device? Cheaper than a year on this new anti-HIV drug.