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Clermont last won the day on September 16 2019

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  1. Yeah nothing to getting the first dose, it's the second one that does the damage, make sure you've a good brand of super glue at hand, I've heard of blokes waking up in the morning minus their John Thomas and peeing on the bathroom floor because they can't put the strangle hold on him while waiting to get into the toilet. That's true full too
  2. Also, Australia has donated 1/2 billion dollars towards the vaccine for the Asian population, no word on what countries/islands that will be for. As for the PI's, the people are bucking about the Chinness vaccine being used. Once the wealthier countries bragging of being the first to start vaccinating wears off, you'll see these third world countries start getting their share. By the way HK, Australia is like the UK, ordered far more vaccine than our population and now we manufacture the vaccine. I think these pollies treat us like mushrooms, feed us on bulldust and keep us in the dark.
  3. Actually I wouldn't worry to much about the vaccine being in short supply, In another month or two it will be in abundance. I just watched on TV that there is only about 3 countries in the world that are vaccinating the daily amount of people they told the public they would. The vaccine doesn't last for ever and to save face they'll adopt a third world country to give the excess doses too, any takers on an argument on that statement.
  4. Australia just announced boarder to remain closed until June then reassessed. We've put aside enough to vaccinate the immediate family when can, cheaper than a funeral.
  5. Cappa got the arse for less, if you don't agree skip the topic and read on.
  6. I'd go 20 amp, just incase you ever have outdoor lighting.
  7. Bump your circuits up to 30 amps while doing it ,it will help stop tripping out, a must.
  8. Up to you but I'd disregard all electric wiring and conduit new wiring back to your breakers. Conduit doesn't look all that out of place with a bit of paint the same colour as the background. Remember, to do it properly is about the cost of a funeral, then you've got the trouble of breaking in a new missus or making a new kid, if it's you, well.
  9. The step son just bought a new house and the wiring is berried into the wall, no junction boxes. Nothing abnormal about that the contractor told him. I've taken pictures of how junction boxes and a bank of fuses work and he is chasing up an Elec to fix the house up safely. All wiring will be in conduits and each with separate safety fusses, eg: lights 1 fuse, power points another fuse, exe. I wouldn't even muk around chasing down a short if the wiring isn't properly protected and you can't have good access to the wiring, remember, no second chances with that stuff.
  10. Thanks for that, a bloke knows all that but it is good to be reminded of these little things that often get overlooked in the excitement of buying a new house.
  11. Brett, did you see the vaccination card they were waving about, shorly their not fair dinkum, even blind Freddy could forge that. As for opening up the tourist trade, I heard along the line, about October/November, just in time for Crissy, herd immunity will be struck in most Western countries and I believe what the Health professors are telling us, not gossip mongers.
  12. The Chinese vaccines still haven't got WHO clearance, as for the Pfizer vaccine I'd be looking at the authenticity of the paperwork.
  13. I didn't know doing that was good for wind, other forms of relief yes, well you learn something new each day.
  14. Just an afterthought, I wonder how many illegal's will get caught if they inoculate using passport and visas as proof of stay.
  15. Yes I agree all foreigner's will have to pay, just think of the drama if a foreigner gets the jab before a national. Anyway once they start rolling it out the wife has put aside for her immediate family to get jabbed, cheaper than a burial.
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