Just out of interest, did anyone know of tests regarding moving military equipment prior to the tunnel opening in '94?
Maybe he just wanted to remind her of something....
Remind her of anybody? Ahh, so that's how it feels to be snubbed.. Not so funny this time perhaps.
Mandy Ridgeweiler as he was known I seem to recall...Andrew Ridgeway once caught me out at a ARRC Command group. The discussion, such as it was, had drifted to the extent that I was daydreaming. The topic veered towards logistics
"And the principles of logistics are?" Said Ridgeway glaring at me.
"Surprise and shock action?" I blurted out.
Cue roars of laughter and "Nice one Truxx" from the Commander.
Give you a like.Rest assured, everybody thinks you're a dick even when you manage to say something vaguely sensible (mainly because normal service is guaranteed to be resumed within seconds). The same can quite easily applied to Juncker
Yup and still bankrupt.Quicker now with a new elevated section around Phalsbourg In comparative luxury as well, I would opine if any other franchisee took over,they would still run trains to Paris. Lucrative trains to all over France and, the Skiing Specials. The plan for TGV Est is Strasbourg in 2 hours from Paris...once they've finished all the line upgrades.
Very civilised travel.
We've had no cases of blood clots associated with the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine in Canada that I'm aware of, and the number of doses administered so far has been roughly half a million.Oz delivered 400000 jabs with one case.
44 year old male.
I reckon it's like @terminal says, there's a rare underlying condition that increases the chances of clots for some unlucky peeps.
Frankly, it's a risk. You have to weight that against the higher certainty of catching covid and being dangerously ill, or the lower certainty getting clots and being dangerously ill.
World leader with the IQ of a prawn?