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9 Years Podcast
On This Day in 2007
Captain for the day Antony Howard scored a perfect hat trick ? one with his right foot, a left foot volley and a header from a corner ? as Wimbledon beat already relegated Slough Town 9-0 at Kingsmeadow. Having won 5-2 at Leyton in their previous outing, the Dons were putting pressure on the Ryman league leaders. "With fourteen goals scored, only two conceded and several of our rivals dropping points it has been a good few days," Dave Anderson commented. "Now we need to keep the run going." - historicaldons.com
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Dons Fans and many friends are mobilising. The Dons Local Action Group needs your help. We aim to help the Merton residents who need it through the Coronavirus Pandemic.1) Can you spare time? 2) Can you suggest people who need help? 3) Can you spare some food or money for vital food bank contributions? Get in touch with us as soon as you can on 020 3301 4511, by email to DLA@AFCWIMBLEDONFOUNDATION.ORG.UK or on Twitter @DonsLocalAction. There is now also a Just Giving donation page at [Link] Thank you.
20th Mar 2020 10:41:10 
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old_isthmian
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Nostalgic balm for these football-free times, issue 32 of The Historical Don is available now and features pictures and reports from every game of the 2009-10 season when Terry Brown's part timers were amongst the Blue Square Conference leaders until Christmas before falling back in the New Year. This edition also features Vaughan Ryan on his playing days with the Dons, Mick Smith on facing Gazza at St James' Park as well as Alan Cork and Terry Gibson on embarrassing their mate Dave Beasant while winning 5-2 at Chelsea. A must for all Wimbledon aficionados.
15th Mar 2020 21:47:34 
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Currently only available by post, The Historical Don and Mixing with the Big Boys, the second book in a detailed pictorial history of the club can be ordered by contacting thehistoricaldon@sky.com
All things Sainsbugs. Despite a spritely 67 year old shoving his freedom pass in my face demanding to be let in first, things are going well. Nearly all customers understand the distancing rules and are happy to wait. Customers who normally don't engage are happy to chat.
31st Mar 2020 23:58:44 
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A lovely regular customer bought me a bunch of flowers tonight.
Crikey. Even with social distancing for another month the US government’s best case is 100,000 deaths, maybe 200,000 (up to 2.2m with an unmitigated herd immunity strategy...). And New York State’s hugely disparate, atomised healthcare system needs to be centrally co-ordinated from scratch to cope.
31st Mar 2020 23:32:12 
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Seems we have it very good in comparison all things considered
Condolences to you and your family Spartan. Sending love and strength
31st Mar 2020 23:25:39 
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Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU
It’s not all olds affected by this thing [Link]
31st Mar 2020 22:21:32 
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Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU
Has anyone on here who is among the 1.5 million managed to get hold of this preferential treatment for supermarket deliveries yet? As Wu says, I 've been thinking this is going to go on for a long time for us. People are being brilliant but we don't want to exhaust their good nature.
31st Mar 2020 21:39:32 
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That’s horrible news. Condolences Spartan, sorry for your loss.
31st Mar 2020 21:27:25 
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nick
Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU
Well hearing that 3 of London's finest have died from the virus,and another from a heart attack probably brought on by the stress of all this. Im glad the cab went back 13 days ago.
31st Mar 2020 20:54:21 
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Relaxing with some port ive found under the stairs
OI - older people are going to be unfortunately locked down for quite some time I suspect. Partly because most vulnerable and partly because they don’t need to go out to work.
31st Mar 2020 20:35:14 
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Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU
Condolences to Spartan for your loss.
31st Mar 2020 20:23:24 
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Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU
Slow, the vibe i got / listening between the lines was that we have an offer but signing it now would mean we would have to start paying it back and with no income that is obviously a no-go.
31st Mar 2020 20:22:29 
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Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU
Doc - good idea except for the oldies who don't spend all the time with a mobile turned on.
31st Mar 2020 20:13:06 
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No funding gap then Doobs, in principal we have a loan for the shortfall, in full?
31st Mar 2020 20:06:19 
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Cheers Kentish. Think that more or less sums it up. Two weeks ago, i would have said we were more or less home and hosed. Now i’m not even sure its a case of getting the money but more a case of can we get it built and play games there so we can pay stuff back, iyswim.
31st Mar 2020 19:50:46 
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31st Mar 2020 19:40:02 
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Shergy - I'm getting worryingly used to this lock down thing now, I may only go out for shopping in future and spend the rest of my life on my sofa.
31st Mar 2020 19:25:04 
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Will also have to pop out for the sea horses of course
[Link] Should make Spit chuckle, if no-one else.
31st Mar 2020 19:24:50 
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Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU
Polymerase chain reaction assay, you say? Did a handful before my morning coffee
31st Mar 2020 19:19:52 
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I'm wasted space
By mistake I sent a link re Jack Grealish to Vimpy (hairdresser) rather than Villa Paul. The reply was ‘yes, off went the gaydar’.
31st Mar 2020 19:12:44 
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middle aged don
Is he? The boy Ramsey at Juve defo
Sorry to hear your news Spartan. Thoughts are with you.
31st Mar 2020 19:06:07 
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cybersheppey
ST2A, I was trying to be diplomatic! :-)
31st Mar 2020 19:04:39 
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Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU
Yes non invasive ventilation (in this case CPAP) that helps keep the airways open through a tight fitting face mask, with continuous positive pressure maintained through the mask flowing into the airways.
31st Mar 2020 18:59:46 
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Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU
I try not to waste as much as £50 on that stuff Shergy ;)
31st Mar 2020 18:59:18 
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ST2A, presumably that's about £50 on food, toiletries and soft drinks with the balance on alcohol?! ;-)
31st Mar 2020 18:55:13 
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Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU
Big kit not bug kit.
31st Mar 2020 18:54:45 
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Bloody phone is going to send me round the bend soon
From the news yesterday it seems what the formula one guys are working on is almost a pre-ventilator version that frees the bug kit up for the most needy.
31st Mar 2020 18:52:23 
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