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I hear U2 have donated €10m to fund PPE for Irish Health care workers.  great work boys , now let’s hope they can source some. https://www.rte.ie/news/coronavirus/2020/0408/1129416-ppe-supplies

Scottish Sports commentator and his dogs Olive and Mabel on Twitter. @mrandrewcotter  if you love dogs you’ll love his feed and videos of his dogs.  

Covid sucks. We all know it; but even in these hard times, beautiful things are coming out. Maybe we could add some of the good things here. I’ll start with this one. Mind you, One has always been one

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10 hours ago, doctornickriviera said:

Scottish Sports commentator and his dogs Olive and Mabel on Twitter.

@mrandrewcotter 

if you love dogs you’ll love his feed and videos of his dogs.

 

MSNBC shows these clips on occasion - they are fantastic! I remember him as a commentator when I was living over there. He has a perfect commentator’s voice and delivery! 👍 

 

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15 hours ago, doctornickriviera said:

How quickly effective vaccines can be delivered with appropriate levels of funding and government support.

In Brighton there are two big vaccination sites. Once they're all up and running there's potential for the possibility of having the entire city vaccinated within 3 months but obviously that's hopeful. IMO they should run a 24/7 drive-thru type system.

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21 minutes ago, peterferris8 said:

In Brighton there are two big vaccination sites. Once they're all up and running there's potential for the possibility of having the entire city vaccinated within 3 months but obviously that's hopeful. IMO they should run a 24/7 drive-thru type system.

24/7 is a great idea but who is going to staff them Peter. There’s no slack at all in the NHS.

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Hmmm...beautiful things. My husband survived a massive heart attack, spend days in ICU then the heart unit. Only time I have ever driven that fast was on 9/11. If I had waited for paramedics he would be dead. So that is a beautiful thing. I am spending 5 days/nights a week with my only granddaughter. She practically lives at my house now. LOVE IT! That's beautiful. Looking for the good under this flaming dumpster of TRASH. Oh and live music will be returning to our stages at the end of January here! THANK GOD because my husband hasn't worked at his job since March 13th 2020 and he is cleared to work again! Oh and everyone in my family SURVIVED except my cousin in Saint Augustine.

 

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On 1/1/2021 at 7:23 AM, doctornickriviera said:

Scottish Sports commentator and his dogs Olive and Mabel on Twitter.

@mrandrewcotter 

if you love dogs you’ll love his feed and videos of his dogs.

 

This is still priceless.   Stage adaptation or Marley and Me?   You worked for NASA for three years?  Busting a gut again here...

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https://www.nytimes.com/2021/03/04/nyregion/coronavirus-holocaust-survivor-vaccine.html?utm_source=pocket-newtab

Very nice story of a Jewish lady who survived the Holocaust and got her shot in New York the day it got slammed by 17 inches of snow. 

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