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candw

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17/03/2017 at 14:37

If I said anything untrue, please point it out. And if you can't be bothered, I may be able to soldier on.

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Dr Victor Ehrlich

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17/03/2017 at 21:26

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The saved your life?

Good - how well did they do that then, costs, time, hours spent, number of staff, mistakes, corrections, delays, everything right first time.

How did it compare to even a UK reference for your condition?

Costs; probably a seven-figure sum, time; six months, hours spent; hundreds (including thirteen operations , one twelve hours, a further one ten hours), number of staff; very many including two highly specialized surgical teams for the two major operations, mistakes; none, delays; none apart from taking too long on the day of release, everything right first time; indeed. Aside from the mush they pass off as food I have no complaints as my treatment was first class. Some staff shouldn't be in the job, but the SAME as ANY other profession. Your questions answered, one for you now. When you claim that all that was built was a big Chinese restaurant, you're in error, do you agree? ScotlandDiamonds 9


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18/03/2017 at 09:44

How did you cope/pass the time with being in bed for six months? Or were you not in a state for this to be a problem?

The longest I've been incapacitated was around a week - there's only so much anyone can lay still reading/watching tv/listening to music etc and I'm interested in how many cope with the challenge of doing it for long periods of time.


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18/03/2017 at 21:13

Old Krankie, political opportunism in the extreme, no different to Easter 1916, we should deal with it in the same way, RAUS. 

Fuck the short term we will build a 1000 year Hull City Reich 

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candw

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19/03/2017 at 09:05

You wait until you've got arthritis in your right shoulder, chinky, you won't be able to do your salute then.

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19/03/2017 at 10:17

Quote Quote by imperishablehcfc on 18/03/2017 at 21:13
Old Krankie, political opportunism in the extreme, no different to Easter 1916, we should deal with it in the same way, RAUS.


What wait 6 years and then give them independence? 

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20/03/2017 at 08:00

Quote Quote by exiled CITY AFC on 17/03/2017 at 21:26' user_id='Dr Victor Ehrlich'][quote post_date='17/03/2017 at 00:53


The saved your life?

Good - how well did they do that then, costs, time, hours spent, number of staff, mistakes, corrections, delays, everything right first time.

How did it compare to even a UK reference for your condition?

Costs; probably a seven-figure sum, time; six months, hours spent; hundreds (including thirteen operations , one twelve hours, a further one ten hours), number of staff; very many including two highly specialized surgical teams for the two major operations, mistakes; none, delays; none apart from taking too long on the day of release, everything right first time; indeed. Aside from the mush they pass off as food I have no complaints as my treatment was first class. Some staff shouldn't be in the job, but the SAME as ANY other profession. Your questions answered, one for you now. When you claim that all that was built was a big Chinese restaurant, you're in error, do you agree? ScotlandDiamonds 9


So now idea at all how good it was just the reference of a monopoly provider.

Yes I was making a point about the relative 'development of hull' in the period of the high and mighty of Labour being in high power. Compare and contrast that with someone like Hazel Blears and Salford.

Now your well you should get out more and get some glasses.

Hull is the only northern city I am invested in where we have made a loss for a solid 15 years. Only keep my interest in to protect jobs.  

Let it never be said that I was silent when they needed me - William Wilberforce 

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candw

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20/03/2017 at 09:52

Do you mean Hazel "five-a-day" Blears? You're the only 'lard to have forgiven her for that Socialist nonsense. I believe she also had a little help from central governments re Manchester's rise and rise to the Milan of the North. Moving Hull to a more central position would have helped it development.

As to running a loss to save employment; WRONG. There are dozens of jobs for those made redundant and you would have more money to invest in a non-failing area. (Advice given freely, of course.)

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20/03/2017 at 11:28

She is Salford you clown

I never mentioned Manchester - geography not a strong point eh?  

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20/03/2017 at 12:13

Quote Quote by exiled CITY AFC on 20/03/2017 at 11:28
She is Salford you clown

I never mentioned Manchester - geography not a strong point eh?


She is also an expenses fiddler, but Salford is still in Greater Manchester.

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20/03/2017 at 12:50

And Hull is in East Yorkshire  

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20/03/2017 at 15:11

And Salford is a town in the city of Salford in the Metropolitan Borough of Greater Manchester. And?

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20/03/2017 at 20:40

Quote Quote by exiled CITY AFC on 20/03/2017 at 08:00


So now idea at all how good it was just the reference of a monopoly provider.

Yes I was making a point about the relative 'development of hull' in the period of the high and mighty of Labour being in high power. Compare and contrast that with someone like Hazel Blears and Salford.

Now your well you should get out more and get some glasses.

Hull is the only northern city I am invested in where we have made a loss for a solid 15 years. Only keep my interest in to protect jobs.


It was very good as it saved my life, and I don't give a stuff about the monopoly as saving my life was ALL that mattered to me and mine. Using one of your favourite soundbites it was 'added value' (to myself) of the very highest order. Usually you have all the answers to all the questions, so I'll try yet again with the same simple question, when you stated that 'all that was built was a big Chinese restaurant' you were in error, do you agree?
ScotlandDiamonds 9

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Dr Victor Ehrlich

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20/03/2017 at 20:43

Quote Quote by essexgull on 18/03/2017 at 09:44
How did you cope/pass the time with being in bed for six months? Or were you not in a state for this to be a problem?

The longest I've been incapacitated was around a week - there's only so much anyone can lay still reading/watching tv/listening to music etc and I'm interested in how many cope with the challenge of doing it for long periods of time.


ESSEX GULL



Concentrate on one thing only, recovery. Do everything the occupational therapists, physiotherapists nursing team and surgeons tell you to do, and look forward not back. ScotlandDiamonds 9

Hold that Otis, Nurse Redding 

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21/03/2017 at 08:24

Quote Quote by Dr Victor Ehrlich on 20/03/2017 at 20:40


It was very good as it saved my life, and I don't give a stuff about the monopoly as saving my life was ALL that mattered to me and mine. Using one of your favourite soundbites it was 'added value' (to myself) of the very highest order. Usually you have all the answers to all the questions, so I'll try yet again with the same simple question, when you stated that 'all that was built was a big Chinese restaurant' you were in error, do you agree?
ScotlandDiamonds 9


If you want to seize on a throwaway comment about and be - Mr Literalist - about Mr Chu's to try to contradict the main argument that Hull has lagged behind other northern cities in its post industrial re-generation I can't help you. If admitting that there was more than one thing built while Johnson, Johnson, and Prescott were 'serving' the city feel free to bask in my 'error' and ignore the main point. You are making an argument like a pissed off teenager.

The value add to none value add ratio of your healthy experience sounds like it was pretty poor tbh but luckily you weren't one of the 1.2m annual patient safety issues per year. (Source: imperial college) 

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21/03/2017 at 11:24

The Scots and French were allied against the English for much of history prior to unification. 

>>>>> 12th season in exile <<<<< 

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candw

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21/03/2017 at 12:23

It is actually "Non value added", not "none". I saw "becuase" again the other day. Predictive text, eh?



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21/03/2017 at 12:44

Quote Quote by exiled CITY AFC on 21/03/2017 at 08:24


The value add to none value add ratio of your healthy experience sounds like it was pretty poor tbh but luckily you weren't one of the 1.2m annual patient safety issues per year. (Source: imperial college)


The NHS saved his life. I would say the ratio of value added to non vale added is pretty high unless you are one of those bean counters that disregards the value of human life. 

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21/03/2017 at 23:40

Well we all know that the value of each life is infinite but I was talking about the standard and relative efficiency of his care just like when candy and others remind us over and over again that Yankee health care is hella expensive...

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Dr Victor Ehrlich

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22/03/2017 at 20:18

Quote Quote by exiled CITY AFC on 21/03/2017 at 23:40
Well we all know that the value of each life is infinite but I was talking about the standard and relative efficiency of his care just like when candy and others remind us over and over again that Yankee health care is hella expensive...



You may be talking about the standard and efficiency of my care, but you've obviously missed the bit where I stated that, aside from the palatability of the food, it was first class. As you weren't there you have NO idea about the fabled 'added value'. Still, it's plain to see that you can exaggeratedly claim anything, and then just pass it off as a throwaway comment. Oh, and unlike the Yankee system I don't ever recall any NHS worker asking for the name of my insurance company. That is all. ScotlandDiamonds 9

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