WHO Poll
Q: 2021/22 What competition should we prioritise this season?
a. The league is our bread & butter, so this year let's have a club sandwich
27%
  
b. We're owed an FA Cup after Gerrard nicked our last one in 06, our name's on it in 22
10%
  
c. A bye to the League Cup 3rd round gives us a good start, let's make it count
6%
  
d. The Europa is our best ticket to the Champions League, this is the one
36%
  
e. What's wrong with you, let's do the lot, has the quadruple ever been done
21%
  



goose 12:23 Wed Jan 22
This coronavirus in China
anyone else worried? 9 dead so far.

CNY soon so the virus will spread very quickly if they cannot control it. It'll be in Europe by the end of CNY if not earlier.

is this the end of humanity?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51202216

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dealcanvey 2:08 Tue Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
Our media have gone from 'lockdown over Christmas' to 'cases predicted to plummet' in the space of two days.

Impressive.

Block 1:51 Tue Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
Depends on how you can determine "fact".

BRANDED 1:50 Tue Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
He merely looks to chose the facts that might suit his point of view which most people do.

I'll do my best to work out why people see the World through their eyes and not mine if possible.

Block 1:47 Tue Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
It' disinformation if it is intended to achieve the political effect of sowing confusion and disorientation to the detriment of the public interes

How is telling the truth detrimental to the public interest? So are you all for lying to the general public?

which is rather ironic, considering you absolutely detest Trump because of his lies.

Basically, you only like people lying if you agree with them, if you disagree with the subject in which they're lying about you berate them.

What a prick you are.

BRANDED 1:36 Tue Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
Ponceson

H&P brought up Worldometer. I chose to pick some stats off it as he brought it up.

Mike Oxsaw 1:34 Tue Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
Political this, political that...

It's almost as if some people put politics above life and the well-being of people themselves.

What shallow, empty lives such people must live.

Johnson 1:13 Tue Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
It's some data on Worldometer Thickle, literally no one bar the uberdiv Branded is talking about them.

Calm down. Have a drink.

Hammer and Pickle 12:58 Tue Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
It' disinformation if it is intended to achieve the political effect of sowing confusion and disorientation to the detriment of the public interest, which in this case is making sure the public has a clear picture of the issues on the covid healthcare response.

I know this is a struggle for you and your handlers, O'Cone. You can start with the basics, like using that nice gentle recommended antiseptic soap down there.

BRANDED 12:35 Tue Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
15,000 die from hunger today

https://www.worldometers.info

Mike Oxsaw 12:33 Tue Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
"A Vaccine Passport is needed for the good of your health".

How much more dis-informative can things get?

BRANDED 12:32 Tue Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
35 million abortions.

Johnson 12:32 Tue Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
How is something disinformation if it is true, Thickle?

BRANDED 12:30 Tue Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
So. There's 1.7 billion overweight people on Earth and 800 million Obese ones.
https://www.worldometers.info

Not looking good for human health

Hammer and Pickle 12:28 Tue Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
No.

I'm not interested in contributing to the disinformation - there is enough of that around as it is.

BRANDED 12:23 Tue Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
H&P

There could have been a disease that, in theory, might have killed babies instead of old ill people past the average age of normal life though? I mean that would have been interesting surely?

Block 12:09 Tue Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
Don, The ONLY reason I can think of, is that if vaccinated people are mixing together, if they do transmit the virus and someone catches it, they're less likely to suffer because of the "protection" it provides.

Not saying I agree with it, as I don't. It's a fucking joke. But I'd assume the above is the logic behind it.

But, as shown in Scotland, Hospitality are going to suffer big time and they've had it hard as it is.

Hammer and Pickle 12:06 Tue Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
BRANDED 8:36 Mon Oct 25

I'm interested in covid and related public health response issues. Therefore, I'll only look at birth rates once I've decided the situation is so bad that birth rates are being affected. They probably are in Russia and perhaps other benighted places where government is so bad that the epidemic is totally out of control in some regions.

Otherwise, birth rates are a red herring designed to distract and disinform public opinion if the focus is on dealing with the covid threat.

Don Ravioli 12:06 Tue Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
Vaccine should be choice.
Vaccine passport, every person in this country should be against them. They shouldn’t even be up for debate. Especially when considering even if double jabbed you can still catch and pass on covid. No scientific reason for them at all.
Surely even the most pro jab, pro government people can see these make no sense.

Block 11:44 Tue Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
Just shows how much we're being taken the piss out of.

For the COP summit, if any of the delegates wish to go to nightclubs, they do not have to show their VPs.

Mike Oxsaw 11:42 Tue Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
"They" say it's all for our own good.

Better not argue and do exactly what "they" say or else somebody will point at you whilst sending nasty words in your general direction.

You'll end up with a LABEL!

Block 11:04 Tue Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
I see Scotland is facing massive backlash over their Vaccine passports.

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