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  • Graham
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    Well Denise, you are a football fan after all!

    What can I say to hide England's embarrassment... not a lot.

    I do know a song for Harry however...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vm3wy5JXtkA

    This song was released just prior to my mum's passing with the big 'C'. I played it on the way to the hospice for the last two weeks.

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  • denise
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    Loved the music, do i recall getting on the dancefloor when 'war what is it good for' came on. Dont hear it played much anymore 😐.

    and the film Graham yeah.

    football prediction way out and most fell asleep!

    love and hugs Denise xxx

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  • Graham
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    Ohhhh Denise!

    Time is up!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vjFG-4Ge668

    We of all people know that 'Bad things happen' but some things are worse than death!! A living hell if you like.

    ENGLAND 4 v 0 SCOTLAND if our boys take pity.

    Please know that we all love you very much and it will all pass in time.

    Lots of love and HUGE hugs xxxxxxxx

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  • denise
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    Like bullets heading for us we have to duck and dive. Seems to me we'd probably find something else waiting patiently in the shadows. 😚

    we can't change what's happened, hopefully that will be rectified, need to enjoy what we can.

    love and hugs to everyone Denise xxx

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  • Barry52
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    Originally posted by Graham View Post
    Yes, your song was an old fave of mine. It's a great disco song and I can see in my mind's eye Terry and you pulling some shapes.

    My version, you put on full blast and enter into a trance. The noise passes right through me.
    Graham the thought of me and TC on the dance floor spells disaster.

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  • Graham
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    Yes, your song was an old fave of mine. It's a great disco song and I can see in my mind's eye Terry and you pulling some shapes.

    My version, you put on full blast and enter into a trance. The noise passes right through me.

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  • Barry52
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    [QUOTE=Graham;n55259]You know me too well Barry!

    On my way down to the English Masters 2007 O45 Finals, I distinctly remember playing this... War! - Music helps in so many ways...

    I totally agree Graham however I prefer this version https://youtu.be/01-2pNCZiNk

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  • Graham
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    You know me too well Barry!

    On my way down to the English Masters 2007 O45 Finals, I distinctly remember playing this... War! - Music helps in so many ways...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oioo2z7z1uw

    My MND's spasticity was helping me hit the ball very hard at this time. At that point I didn't even know that I had MND.

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  • SallyAnnB
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    Originally posted by Gordan1111 View Post
    Cheers PositiveVibes, Graham, SallyAnne, Matt. I was just kinda wondering how many fitted that profile. As Ellie pointed out there may be lots of triggers. (Keep living SallyAnnn - just to annoy them x)
    I intend to do just that, Gordan

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  • Gordan1111
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    Thanks Ellie, downloaded that x

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  • Ellie
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    Gordan1111 Scroll down and you'll see a login/register prompt to access the article, then you can download the pdf.

    Lancet screenshot (2).png

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  • Gordan1111
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    I wonder if you need all six to occur simultaneously like ducks lined in a row

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  • Gordan1111
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    Thanks Ellie. Yes only the abstract is visible isn't it. I see it says: "A linear relationship between the log incidence and log age of onset of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis is consistent with a multistage model of disease. The slope estimate suggests that amyotrophic lateral sclerosis is a six-step process. Identification of these steps could lead to preventive and therapeutic avenues"

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  • Ellie
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    EvelynMW The paper, was published in The Lancet in 2014. I have an account with them and, as the article is only viewable if logged in, any link I post won't work. This article is available for free, you just need to register to read it: search for "Analysis of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis as a multistep process: a population-based modelling study"

    My Neurologist is one of the authors, so I've been aware of it, have heard it being discussed and have chatted about it.

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  • Gordan1111
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    Hi Evelyn. I'm not sure. I assumed there some risk factors but they've always seemed ill-defined. I haven't previously heard it postulated that they were known quantities. Perhaps Ellie knows more

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