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c. I'm more optimistic as surely they know we need to strengthen, 3-4 with decent money spent.
d. Who gives a toss as we have a great squad already, I've already ordered the new replica kit, socks and all and can't wait to wear it at our first game, down the pub of course, I bleed claret & blue

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?


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Northern Sold 4:32 Mon Jul 4
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My Mum… the biggest mask advocate EVER now has a face full of eyelash mites that have found somewhere warmer to mate… underneath my Mum’s mask… nice blotchy red chapped face now… apparently an epidemic in oldies… caused by the mask wearing… who would have thunk eh??


mashed in maryland 4:29 Mon Jul 4
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The only bods whingeing about "long covid" seem to be the double/triple/infinity jabbed and masked as well.


Manuel 4:22 Mon Jul 4
Re: This coronavirus in China
Sold - Yep, we were all conned.

collyrob 4:22 Mon Jul 4
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master 5:50 Sun Jul 3
Re: This coronavirus in China

Does doing a few dead lifts help prevent you from catching covid then?

Northern Sold 4:16 Mon Jul 4
Re: This coronavirus in China
Amazing that ALL the unjabbed MATES and people that I know that have caught Caught Covid have had far less shit symptoms than all us three jabbed fucking loons…


Auntie Thermite 4:00 Mon Jul 4
Re: This coronavirus in China
Maybe this should go in that CovAIDs jobs thread or something.

£2billion contract for pcr tests, contract start date of 12 June 2024, so plenty of time to hone your application.


PS - I don't believe you even need to pretend to believe in any of this evil to work there enforcing this evil, so a great opportunity for those especially sadistic types who want to feel some form of control or power over others way beyond the natural scope that nature could ever provide them.

2½ years in, and touch synthetic wood effect plastic coating, my lucky mouldy potato has protected me from the evil (fill in latest fear porn panic movie is currently being hawked on TV), and so far still alive, with nothing more than the odd cold here and there...

master 5:50 Sun Jul 3
Re: This coronavirus in China
Get well soon. Then, if you wanna help yourself avoid getting it in future, get yourself down the gym for 20 mins every single day. You can swap the time that you waste right now doing all that testing. After all, you used your own sense of well being to determine that you felt a little different to usual, didn't you.

Don Ravioli 5:15 Sun Jul 3
Re: This coronavirus in China
More jabbed you are the more likely you are to get covid.
Can’t believe people are still having them.
Biggest waste of time and money ever.

13 Brentford Rd 4:50 Sun Jul 3
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*obliged to test, & rest*

Week off work, just hope it doesn't get any worse.

13 Brentford Rd 4:48 Sun Jul 3
Re: This coronavirus in China
I work in Education so obliged to rest. Felt like I had it for a few days and woke up feeling worse this morning so did a test.

Mike Oxsaw 4:39 Sun Jul 3
Re: This coronavirus in China
Even if it is "on the rise", it's what viruses (virii?) do; it's just like you knocking out sprogs.

It's not "shut down the country and it's economy" on the rise though, is it?

Eerie Descent 4:33 Sun Jul 3
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You feel like you've got a bad cold?

You have got a bad cold. And if you thought those jabs were gonna stop that, you've not been paying attention.

fraser 4:20 Sun Jul 3
Re: This coronavirus in China
On the rise again?

Why are people still testing for this, unless forced?

13 Brentford Rd 3:55 Sun Jul 3
Re: This coronavirus in China
Just tested positive and feel like I've got a bad ish cold. Sore throat, cough, runny nose, headache, bad tummy and tired.
Had two jabs and the booster FFS.

It's on the rise again.

Bungo 11:42 Sun May 29
Re: This coronavirus in China
So you don't know then?

BRANDED 11:39 Sun May 29
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I think we both agree that there are degrees of risks in everything. Taking a medicine is not a guarantee to better health. It could be the opposite.

The science is explicit about this but this new piece of scientific information has only just come out but everyone was assured that it was safe. Its impossible to be 100% safe.

Bungo 11:34 Sun May 29
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It would be helpful if you could add some information regarding the frequency of reporting of GBS to your article below. This would help put the article in context compared with for example, similar level risks from other medications that people on here will take every day.

Many thanks.

BRANDED 10:47 Sun May 29
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The AstraZeneca vaccine may increase the risk of the serious neurological condition Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) with the jab’s Trojan horse delivery system possibly to blame, scientists believe, in a discovery which may apply to similar vaccines.

GBS is a rare condition which causes muscle numbness and pain, and can hinder movement, walking, swallowing and, sometimes, even breathing.

It is commonly caused by the gastroenteritis bug Campylobacter, which has a surface coating which looks slightly human, and so can sometimes trigger the body to attack its own nerves instead of invading germs, leading to GBS.

Now, scientists at University College London (UCL) have found a rise in cases of GBS in the first two to four weeks after the AstraZeneca vaccine, but not in other vaccines, such as Pfizer or Moderna.

Like many vaccines, the Oxford jab uses a weakened chimp adenovirus to deliver the coronavirus spike protein into the body, and scientists have speculated that a reaction to adenovirus may be responsible for the rise in cases.

Adenovirus usually causes the common cold, but scientists are starting to think it may also mimic human cells in a similar way to Campylobacter, confusing the immune system into attacking the body.

Lead author Prof Michael Lunn (UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology) said: “At the moment we don’t know why a vaccine may cause these very small rises in GBS.

“It may be that a non-specific immune activation in susceptible individuals occurs, but if that were the case similar risks might apply to all vaccine types.

“It is therefore logical to suggest that the simian adenovirus vector, often used to develop vaccines, including AstraZeneca’s, may account for the increased risk.”

Eerie Descent 11:16 Sat May 28
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All you nutty conspiracy theorists need to have a look at yourself.

How on earth can you have any concerns about such an upstanding, honest, blemish free company like Pfizer? It's not like have a shady history or anything...

Takashi Miike 10:37 Sat May 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
it wasn't about saving anyone and was totally about getting rid of as many elderly people as possible, be it through loneliness, neglect or midazolam

master 10:24 Sat May 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
Average age of death, 81.
Fatality rate of 0.15%
Locking down saved 1000 in about 1 billion.
Utterly imbecilic.

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