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January 26, 2018 at 10:45 am #3894
In my case-sports massage sorted it out, also had a steroid shot for an impingement but also had something similar to what you describe prior to that. I am very one sided (or I was) thought lots of manual work etc which brought it on. I had massages monthly for about 6 months, job done. wouldn’t ever use a chiro.January 23, 2018 at 2:26 pm #3879
It depends a lot on your risk profile. But there are occasionally viruses which do not require any activity, foolish or otherwise, on your part. I would say antivirus is still advisable on Windows 10, and essential on earlier versions.
No need to buy though, there are perfectly functional free ones. I would recommend Bitdefender or Avast. Both may nag you to buy the full version, but both provide adequate protection through the free version. In fact if anything I would turn off some of the extra features in Avast.January 19, 2018 at 3:54 pm #3816
Couple years ago talking to an inanimate object as though it was a real person would get you put in the nut house.
These products to me seem to serve Google/amazon more than they would serve me. I have a cd player, computer that can do everything these things can do and I get to keep my privacy.January 19, 2018 at 9:35 am #3790
1) If you are buying new, decide on what you want and then contact every dealer in the UK asking for a quote for the specific model, engine size, extras etc. that you want.
2) Take the cheapest quote and contact everyone who replied again asking them to beat it.
3) Repeat 2 (optionally you can knock another £X off the price and lie about the quote you have if you think its still too high and nobody is quoting very well) until you have only 1 or 2 people left with enough motivation to try and really cut you a genuinely good deal.
4) Buy vehicle.
That’s what I did for my last van and it worked pretty well.
My experience of a dealer is that you pay a premium for the vehicle and it isn’t worth it.
My experience of buying from a random person second hand has generally been good. Most important thing is to judge the person you are buying the car from. If they really try to sell it or they have a number of cars or they are overly chatty, try to pressure sell, anything like that, don’t do it…. Ah, the internet is full off advice about buying from someone second hand, take a google, there are all sorts of articles with solid advice.
Single most important thing is to know what you want before you start talking to anyone otherwise you are open to being persuaded that you want all sorts of other things you really don’t.January 16, 2018 at 10:44 am #3765
@peter In developed countries the birthrate is falling and hence the natural population will shrink over time.
Luckily we are able to prevent the population from retracting by immigration.
The Chinese found that limiting the number of children is economically disastrous. The main problem being old people had no one to care for them. To maintain their productivity they had to bring masses of people into the towns and take them off the farms.
People eat far too much and create too much waste due to consumerist economic policies, not due to population size. There’s no need to introduce population control, population controls itself. What we need to do is control rampant consumerism. Don’t confuse consumerism with capitalism, they’re different. Capitalism works well as long a controls are put in place.January 13, 2018 at 12:38 pm #3749
As countries develop their birth rate drops. There are a few reasons for that. One is more children make it to adulthood so couples don’t have to have extra children to compensate. Another is children start going to school, so they’re not productive members of the family working on farms or factories. Another is better availability of contraception.
It’s more expensive to bring up children in a developed country.
Im sure there are others.
What is your source for these claims?January 12, 2018 at 2:40 pm #3737
What about other junk drinks like coke etc?
I know someone who had a minor stroke age 30 and he was told it was from drinking red bull excessively and working long hours (farmer).
I only drink highland spring sparkling water. I just hope they don’t find a health risk with that!
@scarymary Anything with artificial sweeteners in… Aspartame was banned in the US but is in everything here.
Your farmer guy sounds like his stroke was caused by stress.January 12, 2018 at 2:30 pm #3726
@howard Interesting, thank you. I read it in the Telegraph, and that failed to point out the flaws in the study.
I’m sufficiently concerned with the correlation, given that my dad had ischemic strokes on a regular basis before he died.January 12, 2018 at 12:23 pm #3711
Word of mouth. Failing that if your local area has a “mums” page on Facebook, as they are a great place to get recommendations.
Down south, going rate is £10-15 an hour. For a one off clean, try a company such as Molly Maid.January 6, 2018 at 11:01 am #3624
And is DNA generic throughout the Universe – I suspect that it is
Have a google of ‘panspermia’
Interesting. Maybe panspermia could be harnessed in some way to permit ultra distant space travel.December 30, 2017 at 2:07 pm #3556
@troll I agree that the US are very stingy when it comes to helping people in need.. but that is their problem. These big tech companies avoid tax not just in the US but across the whole world in countries strapped for cash. For example a couple billion that google avoids paying because of a deal they struck with George Osbourne could have gone a long way in helping people in the UK when government budget cuts targeting the most vulnerable in society.
Putting blind faith in a “few” big tech companies is not good idea, the bosses that run the company’s are not saints for example if you look at people like Eric Schmidt (he is a sex pest and Nazis). I wish there was MORE competition in the tech world so that the wealth is not just concentrated in California.. and that will mean even more powerful growth that benefits more people. BUT these tech company’s like google don’t want this and game the system by paying governments and making deals to stifle competition so they remain in control. Bad not just for people but also innovation.
December 30, 2017 at 1:02 pm #3552
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@muhammad Hardly they simply wish to control and be at the top.. if they really wanted to make a world a better place they would start by paying taxes as that is one way to help society… but because this isn’t on their terms and what they want to do they dont. Although Steve Wozniak, Steve Jobs, and even Zukerberg aren’t the worst of the silicon valley bunch I have to admit. I can think of a lot better things to do then read a biography of someone talking about all the good deeds that they have done like a robber baron.
December 23, 2017 at 11:44 am #3316
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My girlfriend works in the public sector. She’s a civil servant at the DWP. If she gets a particularly good annual review she gets a ‘bonus’ of a £50 Argos voucher.
She gets her bonus after she has sanctioned enough vulnerable disabled people for no reason? SCUMBAGS!December 23, 2017 at 11:27 am #3303
Under your scheme, however, the company will have to pay tax at 20% in country A and can only secure an eventual deduction against CT in country B in later years and then only at a rate of 10%, leaving them unfairly out of pocket.
@jimjam How is that unfair? If they make a profit in A, why shouldn’t they pay tax on that in A. What goes on in B isn’t very relevant to the citizens of A who need the tax revenue.
Isn’t this part of the problem – that by shunting profits and losses around internationally large, obviously hugely profitable companies with a little sleight of hand claim to make no profit anywhere.December 23, 2017 at 10:57 am #3279
There should be no private companies given any government contracts that don’t hold their tax accounts in the UK.
@nev I would agree with that. However what would you say if the NHS used a company that cost 20% more because it did not manage its finacial affairs as efficently as possible.
Its same old same old, people want public services, but always seem to want someone else to pay. Its just like DFS with its interest free thing, everyone wants to get something for nowt, so everything needs to be smoke and mirrors.December 23, 2017 at 10:52 am #3276
So far my computer is playing nicely. However my NAS drive is no longer visible on my computer and I don’t know or remember how to map it.
Agg, fekin aggg.
The sodding update has removed some applications that I installed as well.
I fekin hate the fact that Microsoft can remove what ever software it wants from my computer without telling me.
I am now going to have to re-install google music manager. Why the fek did Microsoft remove that?
Its not exactly damaging my computer.
This Windows 10 is getting too big for its boots.
If the USA wanted to go to Cyber War with whoever it wanted then Windows 10 could do some real damage on the nation’s behalf.December 22, 2017 at 6:22 pm #3268
According to a BBC news report I watched a recent poll has revealed that approximately half of the people living in the UK believe in some form of life after death, and 1 in 4 believe in angels.
I wonder how this compares with the beliefs of people on utterz?
I believe in life after death. for the record and that by accepting Jesus free gift (It doesn’t hurt accepting it as it doesn’t cost you anything) you will live forever.
It’s interesting to see the debate that your post has generated, especially the scientific arguments against there being a life after death.
The many billions of people who are religious would almost certainly disagree with the science based approach which is certainly a minority viewpoint in numbers of people terms.
Perhaps there are some things in this world, or the next, that science cannot explain.
Personally I think that there is something after death but then I also believe that God made the world in under a week.