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  • jim replied to the topic kills 99.9% of germs? in the forum Health 1 year, 6 months ago

    I think there is some middle ground no? Too clean isn’t great but too little and everyone dies of cholera.

  • Further to my above post, given losing 6 times means losing 63x stake and having to gamble 64x, is we assumed that you couldn’t fund that, then based on that occuring ~3.9% of the time in 10 games (I excluded zero to make the maths possible in my head), you’d only have a 50:50 chance of making it past 170 spins.

    Then only thing that favours the…[Read more]

  • It’s not fool proof and you’ll make very little.

    Say you play for £1, forget the 0 and let’s pretend the wheel goes red them black, etc so you win every other go.

    After 100 spinss you’ve won £50, it’s taken you 3 hours and you’re making £16/hour minus expenses. You’re not going to break their bank and is it really worthwhile.

    ??????So them in…[Read more]

  • jim replied to the topic How to get rid of heel pain? in the forum Health 1 year, 10 months ago

    @cammy I wonder if that comment came from the fact that people were wearing such shoes for a long night out without ‘training up to them’. So they were wearing them with very weak feet and then causing themselves injuries.

    Essentially I have solved the problem by strengthening my feet and getting them to work properly, not having a breakover…[Read more]

  • jim replied to the topic How to get rid of heel pain? in the forum Health 1 year, 10 months ago

    I have plantar fasciitis at the moment. I do think that is a big generalisation as there are plenty of people like me who do much better barefoot as it was the wearing of cushioned shoes with a small heel that messed them up in the first place. All of my shoes are now zero drop (heel to toe) and minimal cushioning other than my work boots.

  • jim replied to the topic Is Donald Trump racist? in the forum Banter 1 year, 10 months ago

    “We must recognize the full human equality of all of our people before God, before the law, and in the councils of government. We must do this, not because it is economically advantageous, although it is; not because of the laws of God command it, although they do; not because people in other lands wish it so. We must do it for the single and f…[Read more]