If you think of public events as dances, this is not some crazy boogie where you throw your hips into it and hope for the best. This is ballroom. This is a waltz. The sound of your first mohawk slicing through the air as you dive into a roiling pit filled with other silly and pissed and righteously obnoxious kids who might kinda feel the same way you do. Were those good times? Not really. But the music was pretty all right.

World Cup Kohli even walked walked! against Pakistan. It was a shame he hadn’t actually edged the ball. Still, one for his scrapbook of sportsmanship and humility. Barbiturates (such as pentobarbital, secobarbital, phenobarbital, etc.) are derivatives of barbituric acid, which is why they are called “barbiturates”. They bind strongly to the GABA receptors in the brain, inducing a calming, anti anxiety, and sedative effect. They have a smaller therapeutic window (meaning the difference between an effective and toxic dose), making them much more dangerous than some of the more mild sedatives.

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If Nicola Sturgeon party can convert yesterday survey result into actual votes in next May Holyrood contest, it will stand as one of the most spectacular election successes in British history.But the small print in the TNS poll does offer some small crumbs of comfort for Scotland opposition parties.Despite the SNP overwhelming popularity, the Scottish public are not actually convinced they doing that great a job.That shouldn really come as much of a surprise, given the current shambles at Police Scotland, lamentable NHS waiting times and the national scandal that is declining literacy rates.So why are so many people still planning to vote for the SNP regardless?The explanation is two fold. The first reason is the topsy turvy political climate of post referendum Scotland. The second is the complete inadequacy of the Scottish Labour Party.For a significant section of the electorate, next year Holyrood vote will not really be about how well the SNP do the job we actually elect a Scottish Government for.Neither Ken Macintosh nor Kezia Dugdale will be able to win back those voters seduced by nationalism during the referendum.Their only hope is that they can win back some people to whom the effective running of public services is more important.But Labour are currently in such a shambles that too seems all but impossible.Despite the SNP increasingly poor record, they are still, frankly, the only credible party of government.The new Scottish Labour leader first challenge will be to set about changing that.Lout of order Football clubs aren always the first to condemn their own support, but a section of sexist East Fife fans have been left in no doubt where they stand.East Fife quickly put out a statement slamming the nasty chants directed at their opponents female physio.She was on the pitch at East Stirling where East Fife lost on Saturday, and she was forced to get on with her job with dreadful chanting ringing in her ears.The fans were young, but have hopefully now learned a public lesson.Well done to East Fife for taking a stand against the abusive idiots who threaten to spoil the occasion for everyone else..