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Sainsbury's have cut back massively on their deals, but they'd no doubt counter that by saying low prices encourage multiple purchases. Haven't seen any massive increase in prices all the same, however with everyone at home and 3 boys (plus me) eating flat out, I'm sure we are getting through 200 a week on groceries  :(

No fuel no going out for dinner drinks no Mickey ds for kids no eating out at lunch lots of other less shit to lose money! 200 a week is good value!
True enough there are savings in there too. North Antrim mentality to look at the outgoings  ;)

The missus made a full Sunday roast chicken dinner today. Not much working from home done for a while after it! Taking a while to get into the way of things.
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Sainsbury's have cut back massively on their deals, but they'd no doubt counter that by saying low prices encourage multiple purchases. Haven't seen any massive increase in prices all the same, however with everyone at home and 3 boys (plus me) eating flat out, I'm sure we are getting through 200 a week on groceries  :(

No fuel no going out for dinner drinks no Mickey ds for kids no eating out at lunch lots of other less shit to lose money! 200 a week is good value!

We're, including kids, at eating a lot of snacks and junk during the day.

Routine completely out the window!!

We are surprisingly having dinner every night as a family!! Strangest thing. Yes! The two Harps, around dinner time ainít helping then couple glasses of the red stuff after nine not good either!

Iíve managed to have a good training regime going though! Poor dogs getting walked flat out and the garage weight room is being used!
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General discussion / Re: China Coronavirus
« Last post by imtommygunn on Today at 08:14:11 PM »
Itís barely started so anyone thinking itís beat is mad.  The uk in particular has no idea where it stands with itís testing strategy and with ďthe southĒ starting to fall behind with tests too(I know theyíre doing what they can) they have not got an accurate depiction either.
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General discussion / Re: China Coronavirus
« Last post by armaghniac on Today at 08:13:51 PM »
560 odd deaths today i dont think too many be thinking its beat

But i concur, any sort of levelling off or positive stats from eg Italy (with "only" 750 odd today) and people will be itchin to get back to normal

Italy has levelled off to some extent, with someone only dying every 3 or 4 seconds. Bit to go still!
New York State has 2200+ dead, and is not anywhere near levelled off.

"Normal" is some distance away.
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General discussion / Re: China Coronavirus
« Last post by quit yo jibbajabba on Today at 08:00:56 PM »
560 odd deaths today i dont think too many be thinking its beat

But i concur, any sort of levelling off or positive stats from eg Italy (with "only" 750 odd today) and people will be itchin to get back to normal
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If itís not corona virus itíll be diabetes lol.

All the nephews we bought Easter eggs for are in isolation so theyíll need eaten too!
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General discussion / Re: China Coronavirus
« Last post by pbat on Today at 07:17:31 PM »
I know you cant always have negative news but the media need to be careful with the Green Shoots type stuff, if people start believing this is beat and with the weather picking heading for Easter they may start to become complacent. Need to really have a handle on this before anything can be relaxed.
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General discussion / Re: China Coronavirus
« Last post by Walter Cronc on Today at 07:11:42 PM »
Without a doubt the GAA being quick off the mark will have saved countless lies. In South Derry very few, if any listened to Bojo and co and went with the Dublin/WHO approach.
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General discussion / Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« Last post by BennyCake on Today at 06:55:56 PM »
Opinions on how this season is going to be resolved/finished?
Will Liverpool win the league?

So far, the authorities seem determined to finish it, thankfully.

I don't see any reason why they shouldn't, despite what some vested interests are saying. Extend the contracts for a couple of months, take six weeks in July/August/September as necessary, then start next season in early October. Shelf the cups for a season if needed to get next year's league done.

As the pandemic allows it, of course.

Domestic cups might be cancelled for a year. But the big sponsors/UEFA are going to want to play the Champions League. Too much money involved in that to just shelve it for a year.
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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« Last post by J70 on Today at 06:43:41 PM »
Book tip noted.
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