Survived

Well a second game of 5-a-side has been survived. With no cramps, just a bit of a niggle from Tuesday but I can live with that. Firstly, thanks to all for your suggestions, I was aware of most of them but the potassium and calcium ones were new. Anyway, I had a packet of salt and vinegar crisps mid-afternoon, drank plenty of water and had a banana about an hour before we played. So.. emm.. that means that one or all of those solutions worked for me. Ohh and before anyone asks, I ALWAYS stretch before and after, I learnt that one years ago. If you also get cramp, you might find the following links useful, particularly the first one: …

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Lorem Ipsum

I knew most of this, but it’s always good to find everything you’ve picked up about something (over a few years) confirmed in one place. Lorem Ipsum. “There is no one who loves pain itself, who seeks after it and wants to have it, simply because it is pain….” Also includes a Lorem Ipsum generator, and you never know when one of them will come in handy: Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit. Nunc condimentum. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Praesent enim arcu, condimentum in, dapibus vitae, varius ut, tellus. Ut fringilla hendrerit lorem. Pellentesque at ante. Maecenas tristique erat at lectus. Aliquam laoreet blandit magna. Nunc varius. Vivamus nulla …

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World Summit

I’ve been following the coverage of this sporadically, but it doesn’t seem to be going too well at the moment. According to BBC News: Crisis looms over world summit. The US Bush Administration is, once again, looking for a way to get away with doing what they like. The arrogance of this attitude angers many, including a large number of US citizens, but, and this is kind of childish, I just get the feeling that the US Bush Administration is basically thumbing it’s nose at the rest of the world. The message: “We’re bigger than you and we will do what we want, nah nah na na nah”. Add to this the lack of discussion on the key issue of …

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