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2%
  
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21%
  
d. We're in a dog fight before a ball has been kicked and we'll do well to finish 17th or just above
35%
  
e. GSB have derailed our season before a ball has been kicked, the Championship beckons
36%
  



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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Mike Oxsaw 1:46 Tue Oct 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
If we simply redeploy everybody in the UK hospitality sector to work in the nation's factories, steel mills, shipyards & coal mines then...sorted!






Oh!

BRANDED 1:42 Tue Oct 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
Fuck off with your Sherman shit. Keep it LURGY

riosleftsock 1:34 Tue Oct 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
Comma

Why do you keep quoting the "popular vote"? Its irrelevant in the US voting system. California has a larger population than Canada, with over 40 million population to Wyoming's 700k odd. Their EC system seems to have worked quite well, with states being represented at Federal level quite fairly, and a lot of law is devolved to State governor level.

Golden Oldie 1:34 Tue Oct 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
, [Commie]
Exaggeration either for comedic effect or to hit the point home in the mind of the NPC.
No lies, unfortunately, which is why I will try when possible to provide evidence to demonstrate I never plucked the 'facts' straight out of the air, and all who contest it screech emotionally demanding I get censored while complaining I had the temerity to provide supportive data.

Notice how you branch Covidians are keener that I and others like me are silenced while all you ever do is repeat the establishments narrative on everything.

TL:DR
It means dear , [commie] you're a fag and your shit's all fucked up

Mr Kenzo 1:32 Tue Oct 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
Can we keep the Yank Bile to the Fusion thread please ?

, 1:29 Tue Oct 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
GO, here’s a stat I have made up from your posts. In 100% of your posts you either grossly exaggerate and/or lie.

Oh and Clinton won the popular vote in the 2016 Presidential election and Biden will this time. Whether he garners the electoral college numbers is another matter.

Golden Oldie 1:19 Tue Oct 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
99.9%* of all statistical polls reported on telly are simply made up and presented to shape public opinion, not reflect it.

Best recent examples I can give are the polls that predicted on the day of the last election with 99% certainty Hillary would win and the polls telling us daily for the entire lead up to the referendum during Brexit how no one will vote to leave.

Oh and the earliest polls in this CovAIDs hysteria the BBC kept telling us how more than 80% wanted to be locked down and enslaved, they repeated this stat so often that around 80% agreed and complied, put on their muzzles and now shuffle about like lobotomised zombies on their next quest for bog roll without questioning a thing about why they are being compelled to do so.

If there really was a killer virus, a flimsy rag over your mouth aint gonna combat it, if anything it can only exacerbate it and lead to a bacterial infection.

There's a reason why we used hankeys during a bout of cold/flu to collect the filth and throw it away, now we appear to believe containing all that nastiness and securing it around our gobs all day is good for you.


*Figure entirely invented off the top of my head, moments before posting it

riosleftsock 1:17 Tue Oct 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
Soldo

Easy, just do a poll of teachers/civil servants ("do you want another free holiday?)

Mr Kenzo 1:11 Tue Oct 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
Looking back maybe opinion poll was too strong, but from the outcome of this cold type thingy, we were told "the science" would dictate our decision making. I don't believe that to be the case anymore.

Northern Sold 1:08 Tue Oct 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
Really strange Kenzo… as virtually everyone I know is against it… don’t think I know anyone who has been asked for a poll?? Yourself??

BRANDED 1:07 Tue Oct 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
The opinion polls that seem to be the sole justification for all the nonsense.

Mr Kenzo 1:05 Tue Oct 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
Yeah, but its the Welsh, who cares :)

Golden Oldie 1:04 Tue Oct 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
Mr Kenzo wrote...

"opinion polls are now the main factor behind any Covid actions, "The Science" is secondary."

80% of the Welsh polled were against a lockdown, the official records show they had 3 deaths per million people the other day, they just got locked down.

Mr Kenzo 1:00 Tue Oct 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
Soldo - The opinion polls are now the main factor behind any Covid actions, "The Science" is secondary.

Northern Sold 12:56 Tue Oct 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
Was at a funeral yesterday (dementia death although the ol fella beat Covid) and one of my mates wives is a Nurse at Basildon hospital (their daughter is also)… I asked her what her thoughts currently were… she said that the hospital was ready and should cope with anything thrown at them…. They coped back in March-April and that was with 100’s of their staff self isolating as there was no real test procedure at that time. That’s not the case now. She also thinks the Governments idea of circuit breaker or longer breakdowns is going to cause far far more problems in the long term…. Which to be fair the evidence is already mounting from the past 6 months.

Interesting on Who Do You think You are the other week the Northern lass that plays Dr Who… her Gt Grandad was a orderly at a military hospital and then went to fight over in France in 1916. Ended up getting wounded and ended back in one of the hospitals he was a orderly at. The thing that made my ears prick up was that there was 2000 military hospitals in the UK to take on the job of patching the wounded back up. That was 100 years ago….. what do we have now??

https://www.longlongtrail.co.uk/soldiers/a-soldiers-life-1914-1918/the-evacuation-chain-for-wounded-and-sick-soldiers/military-hospitals-in-the-british-isles-1914-1918/

Golden Oldie 12:06 Tue Oct 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
This is the only Pandemic that’s required a 24 hour PR campaign to convince you that it’s terrifying...unlike the Black Plague...that used actual death as it’s preferred method.

Golden Oldie 12:04 Tue Oct 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
Flatten the curve, to save grandma!

Excess deaths
26,000 more people than usual died in private homes in England and Wales between March and September - but only 3% of them from Covid

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8854715/More-26-000-excess-deaths-recorded-private-homes-England-Wales-September.html

Not sure how grateful grandma is about it all though
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EkrRb7OXgAIEUkf.jpg

riosleftsock 11:54 Tue Oct 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
Debs

To start with they thought this was a completely novel corona virus, they now know that it isn't. It is closely linked to existing SARS covid viruses. The reinfection is an outlier, its not statistically significant.

The corona virus now seems to be behaving more as a typical seasonal respiratory virus. There are numerous strains, some are more contagious and some are more virulent. The virulent strains tend to be superceded by the weaker more contagious strains, as they offer some cross-immunity, so more people contract the more highly infectious virus and gain some immunity against the more virulent strain that causes more damage.

The actual portion of the population that is susceptible to the more dangerous strain is much smaller than was first imagined. Unfortunately, the people of Sage are still modelling on 90% being susceptible, when this has been pretty much proven to be wildly incorrect.

Darlo Debs 11:46 Tue Oct 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
Yes rios hence why i said more research is obviously needed. That is just 2 so far that we know of. I agree about the not taking it the vaccine that gets rushed through though.

Bungo 11:45 Tue Oct 20
Re: This coronavirus in China

When the request for volunteers for the Nightingale in London went out to clinical staff in London Hospital Trusts, they were heavily oversubscribed with volunteers within hours.

At The Nightingale many staff had shifts cancelled as they weren't needed. They ended up with approx 3 clinicians per patient before the last patients were discharged.

In existing hospitals, staff were re-allocated so there were the right numbers of staff in the areas where they were needed the most.

Johnson 11:41 Tue Oct 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
You've literally just claimed MILLIONS of people stepped forward with no proof, Branded.

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