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Scotty-D Owner

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  1. charity do on sunday 17th sep in aid of the East Anglian Air Ambulance.its a ride out all bikers welcome £5.00 per bike donation . Meeting at Sainsburys Thetford, about 10.30 am leaving at 11 to 11.15 am then down to Diss on A143, quick stop at Meadow Green Hales (Simon Frampton). Then to Macdonalds for light refreshments, then on to Yarmouth, Hemsby possibly Cromer . Returning down the A11 back to Albion Pub for music and food so if any of you are free that day pop along...
  2. Blind Bad-boy Davis
  3. 16 September at 10:30 Onward Enterprises CIC 1 Telford Way, Thetford Norfolk IP24 1HU
  4. Nice one ull be on the discovery channel next lol
  5. Nice one mikey
  6. Lol noce one hope you find something
  7. It sure looks like it buddy
  8. I bet this is fun to ride lol. Amazing
  9. This is one crazy ass small survival bike lol
  10. There are many causes for chronic pain, including AIDS, arthritis, cancer, sickle cell anemia, multiple sclerosis, and back, neck and spinal cord injuries, as well as degenerative hip and joint disorders and even severe burns. In almost every case, pain is not the primary condition, but a symptom that varies in duration, frequency and severity, and is different for every patient. While the underlying condition will determine how the pain is treated, it doesn't always dictate the proper pain management. Instead, this is determined by the kind and severity of pain. The goal in all cases, however, is for the patient experiencing pain to function as normally as possible, by reducing their pain as much as possible while also minimizing the side effects so often associated with pain therapies. Failure to adequately manage chronic pain doesn't merely result in an annoyed patient, but can lead to depression, despair, and even a death-wish, when patients refuse potentially life-saving procedures such as surgery or chemotherapy, which cause suffering in and of themselves. While cannabis is not a cure-all, it can serve at least two important functions in the safe and effective management of pain: It can provide actual pain relief, either when used alone, or when used in conjunction with other analgesics; It can control the nausea and vomiting that are common side effects of using opioid drugs, as well as the nausea, vomiting, and dizziness that often come hand-in-hand with ongoing severe pain. While opiates are an effective treatment for severe pain, they also tend to induce intense nausea that can cause not just discomfort, but may also lead to malnourishment, anorexia, cachexia (the wasting disease) and an overall decline in patient's health. Some patients find this nausea so bad that they're willing to stop their pain treatment just to end it. Conversely, an almost immediate relief from pain is provided by inhaled cannabis, and there are fewer adverse effects with this than there are with a common cannabinoid drug Marinol, which contains THC. There are two reasons for this: Inhaling cannabis allows the active components of it to be absorbed into the blood stream faster and with greater effectiveness. There are more cannabinoids present in inhaled cannabis than there are in Marinol, which contains only THC. These additional components may have additional anti-emetic (anti-nausea) properties, and have also been shown to provide better pain control than straight THC Research has also shown that spraying a cannabis extract under the tongue can provide an almost immediate relief from pain, as well. http://www.cannabissearch.com/medical-benefits/chronic-pain
  11. Lead singer from linkin park dies ..sad loss guys... https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/music/2017/jul/20/chester-bennington-lead-singer-of-linkin-park-dies-at-age-41
  12. Budding female DJ with a passion for indie music so tune in to her show every Wed midnight UK time Full Bio CLICK HERE
  13. I owned an old delta turbo back in the day for a while was ok car. My fav has to be the Bently GT I would so love one of these ...
  14. Nice one mate more woodworking to come then lol
  15. So car goes for mot it passes ok with advisory on suspension arm ball joint. easy fix they say? So i go buy a new one which bolts on. Trouble is the old one is riveted on by 3 huge industrial sized rivets. Apparently just grind em off and tap em out. LMFAO 5 hours later after grinding, drilling and tapping and the help from our neighbour we finally did it. so advice if you own an older ford focus dont do it just buy a new arm lol.
  16. Exclusive to RBX Radio the number one paranormal chat show hosted by DR John. Yes talk about all things paranormal along side a team of experts made up of 3 internationally renowned mediums . View full profile CLICK HERE
  17. Interesting shame i have nothing for ransome lol.
  18. Nice review blog buddy
  19. You have to ask why
  20. Awesome or what
  21. This is so sad that this can happen now days with all the health and safety we have and yet people still cut corners. At least six people have died after a huge fire raged through the night at a west London 24-storey tower block, and police expect that number to rise. Eyewitnesses described people trapped in the burning Grenfell Tower, in north Kensington, screaming for help and yelling for their children to be saved. Firefighters, who rescued many people, were called at 00:54 BST and are still trying to put out the fire. Police say there may still be people in the building who are unaccounted for. The ambulance service said 68 patients had been taken to six hospitals across London, with 18 in critical care. A further 10 patients made their own way to hospital. During the night, eyewitnesses said they saw lights - thought to be mobile phones or torches - flashing at the top of the block of flats, and trapped residents coming to their windows - some holding children. It is understood that "several hundred" people would have been in the block when the fire broke out shortly after midnight, most of them sleeping. UPDATE London fire: 58 missing, presumed dead - police A total of 58 people are dead or missing, presumed dead, following the devastating fire at Grenfell Tower in west London, police have said. Commander Stuart Cundy said that number "may increase". The BBC understands it could be about 70 people in total. The recovery operation at the burnt-out block of flats has resumed and could take weeks, he said. Meanwhile, PM Theresa May admitted support for families in the "initial hours" was "not good enough". The statement came after Mrs May met volunteers and some of the people made homeless by the fire. As they left Number 10, one representative spoke to reporters briefly, saying they would not make a full statement yet. "We will be making this in the community, with the community," he said. "We have had two-and-a-half hours with the prime minister in the last 48 hours and spoke about demands and what we expect." Council leader Nicholas Paget-Brown said "lessons must be learned", adding that he was "heartbroken by the tragic fire and the appalling loss of life" Earlier, residents caught up in the fire condemned the relief effort as "absolute chaos". In her statement, Mrs May said: "Frankly, the support on the ground for families who needed help or basic information in the initial hours after this appalling disaster was not good enough." She said phone lines would be better staffed and more staff would be deployed in the area. They would wear high-visibility clothing so they could easily be found, dispense advice and ensure the right support is provided, she added. Mrs May said she expected to announce the name of the judge for a public inquiry within the next few days. The inquiry will report back to the prime minister. She has told councils to complete urgent safety checks on similar tower blocks. Mr Paget-Brown said: "Kensington and Chelsea council is working closely with the government, charities, volunteer and resident groups and the emergency services to help re-house and assist all those affected," he said. "Of course, people rightly have questions about the causes of the fire and why it spread so quickly and these will be answered." Commander Cundy appealed for anyone who managed to escape from the building to let authorities know they were safe.

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