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by Metalchemyst
Thu Dec 26, 2019 9:39 pm
Forum: The Bloodstock Arms
Topic: The Health 'n' Fitness Thread
Replies: 568
Views: 164915

Re: The Health 'n' Fitness Thread

Mustaine's conditition was probably this:
https://www.musicianshealth.com/carpel- ... guitarists

The tingling in my arm and hand has defintely improved after 3 1/2 weeks, but still noticable, especially in bed in certain positions and when I bend down to pick something up.
by Metalchemyst
Thu Dec 26, 2019 9:31 pm
Forum: The Bloodstock Arms
Topic: The UK political thread (formerly independence thread)
Replies: 1314
Views: 249995

Re: The UK political thread (formerly independence thread)

https://i.servimg.com/u/f45/19/71/28/23/didn_t10.jpg Labour's next leader should not whinge about Brexit, not say and do unpatriotic things and adopt a sensible immigration policy. Then they would win back a lot of seats at the next election, although I think the Cons will still have a working majo...
by Metalchemyst
Thu Dec 05, 2019 7:44 pm
Forum: The Bloodstock Arms
Topic: The UK political thread (formerly independence thread)
Replies: 1314
Views: 249995

Re: The UK political thread (formerly independence thread)

There probably is more distortion of 'Corbynism' than against the Tories, especially all this 'Venezuela' stuff. But Labour don't help their own cause. If they limited their renationalisation programme to, say, water and prisons, scrapped plans to give back power to unions and matched the Tory immig...
by Metalchemyst
Thu Dec 05, 2019 7:35 pm
Forum: The Bloodstock Arms
Topic: The Health 'n' Fitness Thread
Replies: 568
Views: 164915

Re: The Health 'n' Fitness Thread

I've been getting tingling in my left arm and hand when I move my head back. It looks like it could be a trapped nerve or slipped disk. I don't know whether to go to the doctor or not, because I just don't like doing. Anyone else had this? Yes - mainly in the first two fingers and thumb and occasio...
by Metalchemyst
Tue Dec 03, 2019 9:06 pm
Forum: The Bloodstock Arms
Topic: The Health 'n' Fitness Thread
Replies: 568
Views: 164915

Re: The Health 'n' Fitness Thread

I've been getting tingling in my left arm and hand when I move my head back. It looks like it could be a trapped nerve or slipped disk. I don't know whether to go to the doctor or not, because I just don't like doing. Anyone else had this?
by Metalchemyst
Tue Dec 03, 2019 8:13 pm
Forum: The Bloodstock Arms
Topic: The UK political thread (formerly independence thread)
Replies: 1314
Views: 249995

Re: The UK political thread (formerly independence thread)

I don't like any party's key policies enough to vote for any of them, but the Cons are the least worst . Labour are being too ambitious economically and they are borderline loony on defence and immigration. It's been pointed out that Labour have only ever been elected when they've moved to the cent...
by Metalchemyst
Fri Nov 29, 2019 11:17 pm
Forum: The Bloodstock Arms
Topic: The UK political thread (formerly independence thread)
Replies: 1314
Views: 249995

Re: The UK political thread (formerly independence thread)

I don't like any party's key policies enough to vote for any of them, but the Cons are the least worst. Labour are being too ambitious economically and they are borderline loony on defence and immigration.

It's been pointed out that Labour have only ever been elected when they've moved to the centre.
by Metalchemyst
Tue Nov 19, 2019 9:37 pm
Forum: The Bloodstock Arms
Topic: The UK political thread (formerly independence thread)
Replies: 1314
Views: 249995

Re: The UK political thread (formerly independence thread)

It's looking like 5 more years of a Conservative government, then 5 more after that if Labour insist on having a woman leader after Jeremy Corbyn. Why would having a female leader make a difference? I didn't mean that Labour couldn't have a good female leader in theory - just that the ones now bein...
by Metalchemyst
Thu Nov 14, 2019 10:46 pm
Forum: The Bloodstock Arms
Topic: The UK political thread (formerly independence thread)
Replies: 1314
Views: 249995

Re: The UK political thread (formerly independence thread)

It's looking like 5 more years of a Conservative government, then 5 more after that if Labour insist on having a woman leader after Jeremy Corbyn.
by Metalchemyst
Fri Oct 04, 2019 9:32 pm
Forum: The Bloodstock Arms
Topic: What made you Lol Today?
Replies: 40891
Views: 3470248

Re: What made you Lol Today?

slayerslays wrote:
Metalchemyst wrote:Greta Thunberg does black metal:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1kD1zubg3cA

That's Death metal...I was looking forward to seeing her all corpse painted up....never mind
It sounds more like black to me. Satyricon or something. The vocals at least.
by Metalchemyst
Sun Sep 29, 2019 12:37 am
Forum: The Bloodstock Arms
Topic: What made you Lol Today?
Replies: 40891
Views: 3470248

Re: What made you Lol Today?

Greta Thunberg does black metal:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1kD1zubg3cA
by Metalchemyst
Sat Sep 21, 2019 3:14 pm
Forum: The Bloodstock Arms
Topic: Use of Referendums
Replies: 17
Views: 3506

Re: Use of Referendums

Referendums should, broadly speaking, (virtually) never be binding. Legally binding or not, it's virtually impossible for a government to press ahead with a policy when the majority has voted for something else. Cameron could have said "yeah, but it was only advisory - we'll stay in the EU&quo...
by Metalchemyst
Sat Sep 21, 2019 3:09 pm
Forum: The Bloodstock Arms
Topic: Use of Referendums
Replies: 17
Views: 3506

Re: Use of Referendums

Black Wizard wrote:Isn't it "referenda"?
Technically, it appears not (though I personally don't mind):
https://www.spectator.co.uk/2016/07/why ... ferendums/
by Metalchemyst
Fri Sep 13, 2019 4:49 pm
Forum: The Bloodstock Arms
Topic: Use of Referendums
Replies: 17
Views: 3506

Re: Use of Referendums

You could make the same arguments about elections. Especially with the shitty system we have where tactical voting is actively encouraged. Yeah. If the public are trusted to choose between long and complex election manifestos then they should be trusted on virtually any referendum question. Many MP...
by Metalchemyst
Wed Sep 11, 2019 8:07 pm
Forum: The Bloodstock Arms
Topic: Use of Referendums
Replies: 17
Views: 3506

Re: Use of Referendums

I think you're asking the wrong question (which, ironically was the problem with the EU referendum). The issue is not what percentage or ratio is required for the result to be legally binding. The issue is the question needs to be properly framed and actually have had some forethought behind it. I ...