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About seph

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  • Birthday 01/20/1981

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    Bristol, England
  • Interests
    The WWE<br>videogames<br>internet<br>TV<br>Bristol City FC<br>baseball

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  1. I got mine today as I'd preordered online.
  2. Somewhat predictably, the London series is off. Would've been my first Cards games in attendance since my SF holiday 6 years ago.
  3. Has GAME been in touch with anyone re: physical preorders yet?
  4. Outside of fights he purely only trends for pissing hot or doing reckless life-endangering shit.
  5. (posted at the risk of this being a repeat yet again) The may of Orlando has ordered that the whole city is on lockdown as of Thursday, and if this article from WrestlingRumors is accurate then WM is indeed being pretaped in its entirety- part one last night, part two tonight before closure.
  6. seph

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    Spoonfed and regurgitated.
  7. seph

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    On a separate subject, am I the only one ambivalent about all the major takeaway chains folding up in rapid succession?
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    Nice going. But having cash - while still really important - is marginally less important than having access to good scran. I managed to get a couple of packs of wholewheat spaghetti but no sign of hand sanitiser. There was also a noticeably reduced amount of meat for sale, although there was enough variety.
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    Central Bristol was fairly quiet / sensible too. Quite a lot of talk in Tescos about reduced hours, was there a mailshot regarding that, anyone?
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    Maintenance should absolutely be classified as essential work, or that's a lot of people clutching warranty chits like lottery tickets.
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    As I've just been sent home to work from here by my boss, and have just spent the last 3 hours (inc. dinner) setting up the work rig at home, I would scream in both despair and laughter if I were to get 80%ed any time soon. Beyond that it's in my contract that any redundancy comes with one-month-per-year with a 15-month cap, is that under threat?
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    You're told the end, it won't extend unless you've been a special breed of monster and if you keep your nose clean it might end early. So this situation isn't a prison sentence.
  13. seph

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    One run a day. By yourself or with family. So electronics are deemed as non-essential, even though that will be people's primary social intercourse for the next few months. Good luck everyone.
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    If Hungary is anything to go by, "Well after the pandemic is in control" is your benchmark. And if it's the chippies that weed out the twats give supermarkets breathing space then I'm all in favour or governments giving takeaway joints extra incentives to stay open. Or conscripting people to driving Tesco vans so a 75yo with COPD doesn't need to wait for Jesus to come out of the cave so he can climb into it.
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    For a government that wants people to stay dispersed at all times, shutting down everything so that the only place you can get anything to eat frrom is a supermarket is a horrible fucking idea. Especially as all of the major supermarket delivery slots and click/collect are fully booked until Easter. The shot of the Hull Tescos, as irritable as one may find it, may be more of a sign of what's to come.
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