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  1. 37 in February. 29 goals in seria a last season, 5 more than lukaku. Question is with Sancho and him who gets dropped and how do you keep them happy. Rashford still to come back.
  2. I found a false widow in my bed the other night. Lucky I spotted it before I got in.
  3. Do Arsenal fans miss Wenger? Gone to hell since he was pushed out the door.
  4. Did weather recordings begin there in 1950 or 1989? I see both mentioned on different articles I've read so I'm confused.
  5. Obviously it didn't pass verification checks.
  6. Ecija 46.5c at 4pm Spanish time. 0.8c off the Spanish record. Whether it achieved that in around that hour we'll have to wait and see. Cordoba airport hasn't updated last hour that's one to watch. Some other locations have 47c from a map I saw on twitter but can't confirm the legitimacy of that.
  7. How hot could Spain get over the next couple of days? Any chance of beating the above temperature?
  8. Lol. You said no wonder everyone thinks Liverpool fans are deluded so I threw it back with to you the exact same way with glory hunters for untied. Its a joke, don't take it too seriously.
  9. And United fans wonder why people call them glory hunters. Well not much glory these days...
  10. Calm down. Last year was a horror show with injuries. City and liverpool were miles ahead of the rest in previous seasons. I expect Liverpool to bounce back this season. Leicester have been knocking on the door for quite a while and I don't rate Ole. My top 4 have all won something recently, United haven't. My top 4 all have world class strikers, United haven't. No need to call me deluded because I have a different opinion. Shouldn't your team be Crewe anyway.
  11. Liverpool (under estimated after last year) City Chelsea Leicester
  12. There have been 12 major Marburg outbreaks since 1967, most in the south and east of Africa as well as in Europe. The last being in 2017. So hopefully it shouldn't amount to much. The WHO dealt with ebola well in africa so they should have the blue print to keep this under control. The case fatality rate with this is shocking so here's hoping. Marburg spreads through human-to-human transmission via direct contact (through broken skin or mucous membranes) with the blood, secretions, organs or other bodily fluids of infected people, and with surfaces and materials (e.g. bedding, clothing) contaminated with these fluids. A horrible and graphic account of the illness. Stop reading here if you're eating. The incubation period (interval from infection to onset of symptoms) varies from 2 to 21 days. Illness caused by Marburg virus begins abruptly, with high fever, severe headache and severe malaise. Muscle aches and pains are a common feature. Severe watery diarrhoea, abdominal pain and cramping, nausea and vomiting can begin on the third day. Diarrhoea can persist for a week. The appearance of patients at this phase has been described as showing “ghost-like” drawn features, deep-set eyes, expressionless faces, and extreme lethargy. In the 1967 European outbreak, non-itchy rash was a feature noted in most patients between 2 and 7 days after onset of symptoms. Many patients develop severe haemorrhagic manifestations between 5 and 7 days, and fatal cases usually have some form of bleeding, often from multiple areas. Fresh blood in vomitus and faeces is often accompanied by bleeding from the nose, gums, and vagina. Spontaneous bleeding at venepuncture sites (where intravenous access is obtained to give fluids or obtain blood samples) can be particularly troublesome. During the severe phase of illness, patients have sustained high fevers. Involvement of the central nervous system can result in confusion, irritability, and aggression. Orchitis (inflammation of one or both testicles) has been reported occasionally in the late phase of disease (15 days). In fatal cases, death occurs most often between 8 and 9 days after symptom onset, usually preceded by severe blood loss and shock. Marburg virus disease WWW.WHO.INT WHO fact sheet on Marburg haemorrhagic fever provides information on transmission, signs and symptoms, diagnosis, prevention and WHO response.
  13. That was a silly mistake by me. I'm sleep deprived haha
  14. Ah right. So the gulf stream while still existing won't have as great of an impact for us this far north as before. Got it. Thanks.
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