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    • I guess it depends on your definition of 'best' as most people around the world can't afford the best of anything....only the rich can expect and demand the best....
    • Cheap Trick - The Complete Epic Albums Collection - Boxset - (glad this has been re-released, missed it 1st time around for whatever reason quite a bit cheaper on Burning Shed than Amazon too).
    • I'd probably say you're fairly right with the quality of medical proceedures in the US, but not all. Some are leading the way in other countries in some area, including Australia. Ironically people source some of these proceedures overseas because there are less strimgent oversights involved (see debate on covid testing) But I'd say if you talk to make US citizens, they wouldn't agree that US health care overall is a good thing. Many would say it suits the rich. As to us an elective surgeries, well, people love to complain about that, but they are elective, they key there is in the wording. Anything serious enough is dealt with as a metter of urgency, and if you have NO public health insurance, it's free. Private health insurance only covers part of the cost, with the main benefit being more choice (surgeon etc)
    • Well you don't fall into that category. You're more like "I wanna make a stance, but this virus could make me pretty sick, oh, hang on, I can just say I need the jab to keep my job" Only joking, I have no idea as to your reason, but I'm sure there are people in here who play that line out...
    • very touching idea from Bruce to do a tribute album to his mother. I like the Abba track - it's my fav Abba song so I was afraid RB would anhialate it, but it was pretty good with a nice outro 
    • From Escape Music: EPIC is a labor of love by the band's three core members that have come together for over a decade of Rock' n Roll.  The band is known for their contemporary heavy Melodic Rock genre, their lead singer's powerhouse vocals, their blazing edgy guitar riffs and their hard-hitting drum grooves which define their Rock sound. After years of international experience, songwriting, touring and sharing the stage with some of the biggest international acts, lead vocalist Tanya Rizkala, guitarist Mario Agostine, and drummer Souheil "Sous" Moukaddem were recently joined by renowned soulful bass player Chris Childs (Thunder,Tyketto). Together, they pour their passion for music into EPIC's latest album "Starlight", on the heels of their successful "Like a Phoenix” album, both releases under the leading international Rock label "Escape Music"   Release Date: 18 Feb, 2022  Catalogue no: ESM362 Track List: 1 I Want   3:58 2 Carry On  3:41 3 Can’t Get Over You  3:57 4 Grooving’ For You   3:43 5 Crazy  3:51 6 My Way Or The Highway  4:17 7 Stars   4:00 8 Face The Storm  4:04 9 Hold On   3:22 10 Invincible   3:57 11 Starlight   4:09  12 Mais Lui  4:32   The band is: Tanya Rizkala - Vocals Mario Agostine - Guitars / Keyboard Chris Childs - Bass Guitar  Souheil "Sous" Moukaddem - Drums    
    • New cover of ABBA's 'Knowing Me Knowing You' featuring Robin Beck (with James Christian on backing vocals).    
    • Mate, I was this close to posting "Nervous Kid", but I thought i'd stick to the 80s. Great call though, and yeah, she's as hot as fuck.  Never got into Nick Barker. The Paul Norton track is a great time machine for me. The "Mondo Rock" and "Real Life" tracks are beyond Epic. "Do Re Mi" weren't really my cup of tea, but "Man Overboard" is a cool track.  Fast forward to 1991 and Deborah Conway from "Do Re Mi" pulls this magnificent masterpiece of a track from out of nowhere.      
    • New song 'Rise From The Fire'.    
    • Reality is the USA has the best health care in the world. It's why people from everywhere else in the world, including Canada and Australia, fly to the US to get the procedures no one else can do. The only difference is that it costs money. Whereas we, with our Medicare do have a better safety net, but if you want to rely on that safety net, prepare to wait many, many years on a waiting list for elective surgery. Also, if you have a chronic health condition (as I do) the flu shot has always been free in Australia. Even then, most workplaces of a certain size offer to reimburse all staff for flu shots as it is good business having vaccinated staff who don't get sick for weeks and/or infect heaps of other staff as well.   
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