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Q: 2022/23 You are the Chairman what do you do with Moyes?
a. Stick with him obviously, he's delivered two good seasons back to back and will see us out of this dip in form
32%
  
b. If we're still lingering around the bottom three by the start of the WC then that's the time to get rid
29%
  
c. What are we waiting for 2 wins in the last 20 PL games is reason enough to sack him, go now
32%
  
d. I've just got my new Orange & White 3rd Kit with Moyesinho on the back, I can't wait to wear it down to the supermarket, they call me Mr West Ham around here
7%
  



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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gonks go beat 3:04 Thu Dec 1
Re: This coronavirus in China
Here’s another

Safe and Effective: A Second Opinion

Testimony from real people about the effects of the jab.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wG5pySqHSdo

goose 12:37 Thu Dec 1
Re: This coronavirus in China
one for the conspiracy theorist/nut-job/anti-vaxxers amongst us.

https://rumble.com/v1wac7i-world-premier-died-suddenly.html

pdcwhu 11:25 Thu Dec 1
Re: This coronavirus in China
Anniversary Today ....What a Load of Absolute Bollox

collyrob 10:58 Thu Dec 1
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Lily Hammer 1:08 Wed Nov 30
Re: This coronavirus in China

The gayest thing ever said on here.

Mike Oxsaw 10:37 Thu Dec 1
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Capitol Man 1:07 Thu Dec 1

Yes. You are indeed completely wrong. As usual.

The condition of my heart played no part in my risk assessment.

All my investigations (cue Inspector Morse music) took place well before I took the first of 2 jabs, but, hey! Spin all you like in an attempt to get some credit here - you still clearly need lots of practice.

Capitol Man 1:07 Thu Dec 1
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Mike Oxsaw 7:35 Wed Nov 30
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Yes sc, from memory you talked to a doctor who said it was riskier for you to get a second shot because of various heart conditions wasn[t it?

Unless that was completely wrong you didn’t do your own medical research and reject some narrative, you followed the “narrative”, which was to talk to a doctor if you have conditions, especially heart related, that put you at a higher risk of complications.

gonks go beat 6:47 Wed Nov 30
Re: This coronavirus in China
https://youtu.be/SBgThVtNR3s

Good video above from James Corbett - Meet Elon Musk, Technocratic Huckster

Corbett is well worth watching for anyone who rejected the narrative on covid and other agendas.

Mike Oxsaw 7:35 Wed Nov 30
Re: This coronavirus in China
..."by reading some stuff online and watching some videos "...

Where did I state - or even imply - that was the limit of my research?

It may be yours, but you're not humanity's baseline and global reference for intelligence.

Capitol Man 3:20 Wed Nov 30
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Mike Oxsaw 6:41 Tue Nov 29
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In all seriousness, you’ve sat here and typed out a response in the past that you’d come across a lot of people in the world of telecoms who thought they were experts, but didn’t have the knowledge and experience to even know whether they were or not.

And now what, by reading some stuff online and watching some videos you’re now capable of doing your own research and coming to an,accurate conclusion?

joyo 2:53 Wed Nov 30
Re: This coronavirus in China
Ha ha much more likely conspiracy theorists loons like brunnoo and Kremlin Zoso setting fire to things connected to 5G,l mean your the anti mask freaks not me!

Lily Hammer 1:08 Wed Nov 30
Re: This coronavirus in China
Musk is too good to be true.

There has to be a catch, doesn’t there?

BRANDED 12:30 Wed Nov 30
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Elon Musk has scrapped Twitter’s Covid-19 misinformation policy as he vows to make the site a free speech champion.

A web page detailing Twitter's Covid policy now redirects to a generic help page and a notice on its website reads: “Effective November 23, 2022, Twitter is no longer enforcing the COVID-19 misleading information policy.”

👏👏👏👏👏

bruuuno 8:27 Tue Nov 29
Re: This coronavirus in China
Joyo sits on 5g towers to get thrills in his ginger arse

Kaiser Zoso 8:13 Tue Nov 29
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Remember the joyos who were setting fire to 5G masts because they thought it caused Covid

Mike Oxsaw 6:41 Tue Nov 29
Re: This coronavirus in China
I did my own research on the vaccine and came to the conclusion that if YOUR (and everybody else's) smartphone were subject to equivalent testing prior to being released to the public, we would have had wave upon wave of radiation induced tumours & cancers following the release of every new model..

Vaccine testing was the equivalent of strapping a mobile phone to a corpse's head and letting it run the battery down while connected to the speaking clock, then noticing no observable deterioration in the condition of the corpse.

BRANDED 5:23 Tue Nov 29
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Mike.

As far as covid was concerned the odds were laid out early. Obvs changing a bit with mutations.

As far as the vaccine is concerned DYOR.

Eerie Descent 3:42 Tue Nov 29
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happygilmore 2:46 Tue Nov 29

Absolute BANTER

Mike Oxsaw 3:37 Tue Nov 29
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BRANDED 3:00 Tue Nov 29

Nice try - but risk from having/not having the jab is where it was at, not just the death rates in an already vulnerable cross-section of the public that a typical 'flu outbreak would have got anyway.

Isolated on a (cruise) ship there would have been an awful lot of sharing the same air between those 3711 passengers & crew.

The risk to your life through simply taking the vaccine. Would you have been happy if it was you or a loved one taking one for the team based on what was known about the vaccine when it was first introduced?

Eerie Descent 3:11 Tue Nov 29
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Northern Sold 2:15 Tue Nov 29

Now you've gone too far, son. My partner chose to identify as my missus last year, so he's officially a woman. I mean she's officially a woman.

I know a trip into London is a holiday to you, son. My next holiday is to come and visit you at the seaside x

BRANDED 3:00 Tue Nov 29
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Mike Oxsaw 2:28 Tue Nov 29
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BRANDED 1:34 Tue Nov 29

You got any proof of that? From just before you had the jab, not any time after.


Sure.

The British-registered Diamond Princess was the first cruise ship to have a major outbreak on board, with the ship quarantined at Yokohama from 4 February 2020 for about a month. Of 3711 passengers and crew, around 700 people became infected and 9 people died.

Its a nice scientific study early on. It gave a huge amount of potential data around the virus left with little medical support in a closed environment. Some demographics.

That would have given the death rate 1.2% in a highly elderly population with little assistance. Probably was a bit high but a great indicator none the less. I was quoting that shit around the lock down time amongst other tedious nonsense.

New Jersey 2:50 Tue Nov 29
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ED - You're right about the NHS not being fit for purpose, it cannot be right ambulances waiting outside A&E for seven hours, while people are dying unnecessarily from strokes and heart attacks. These old people who are supposedly bed blocking whilst waiting for a care plan could be put in accommodation, oh fuck it they can't as they're full of immigrants. I would privatise A&E and the ambulance service.

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