WHO Poll
Q: 2022 Summer Transfer Window - How many 1st team players will we sign before August 6th
a. None as Sullivan will wait until the last week before he gets his scattergun out the cupboard
26%
  
b. A couple of freebies paraded as superstars, usual hype to follow
26%
  
c. I'm more optimistic as surely they know we need to strengthen, 3-4 with decent money spent.
45%
  
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
3%
  



Anxious Dave 11:09 Mon Dec 20
Who’s had the booster. Yes/no?
Sages of WHO. Not sure how many regular users there are on here anymore (50-60ish??) but a decent cross section of young and old, black and white etc.

To boost, or not to boost.

A) You have had, or are having it. You aren’t worried about the alleged heart/health fears.

B) You haven’t had, or won’t be having it. Or any more jabs… because it’s all pony?

Someone wot is bright can surely do a graph thingy of the results. Not you, Nurse.

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Mike Oxsaw 7:45 Wed Dec 29
Re: Who’s had the booster. Yes/no?
What bit about "Everybody's different" is so hard to grasp?

Two of my linkless daughters had the pre-moronic release at roughly the same time; one just brushed it off and carried on as normal but it confined her sister to her bed for 10 days.

Maybe one or both are not actually MY (biological) daughter after all?

RM10 10:40 Tue Dec 28
Re: Who’s had the booster. Yes/no?
I’m afraid you are wrong, even I know of two blokes who were fit as you like, one has finally recovered the other has 48hrs left at best. Both declined the vaccine.

FatboyChelseaScum 10:24 Tue Dec 28
Re: Who’s had the booster. Yes/no?
nerd:

My whole extended family have come down with it recently, my household is the only ones not to have the vaccine and we all hardly had any symptoms. The rest of the family ranged from the same symptoms as us all the way to being in bed for a couple of days.

Theres more to it that simply the vaccines reducing symptoms. If you're in good health, you don't need the vaccine, its as simple as that.

Steady 5:54 Tue Dec 28
Re: Who’s had the booster. Yes/no?
The latest variant is weaker and like the Spanish flu will get weaker over time and then become part of normal flu. Give it 2 to 3 years and no one will ask if you’ve been vaccinated or how many times, we’ll be back round to the latest hysteria of a new ISIS, some Middle East nutcase, Russia starting world war 3 etc etc

Mike Oxsaw 2:44 Tue Dec 28
Re: Who’s had the booster. Yes/no?
The way "information" providers and presenters are flip-flapping about in their attempt to keep a worst case scenario prominent in the public's mind suggests strongly to me that they are concerned that infection with the Moronic flavour Covid will all but eliminate hospitalisations by delivering herd immunity as a free collateral by-product.

Could be a lot of people looking for a new job/angle/divisor in January.

If we see climate "scare stories" with terms like "record snowfall", coldest temperature recorded ever" "Sea wetter than ever", etc in news reports you can bet Covid will soon become a nothing burger.

Side of Ham 1:25 Tue Dec 28
Re: Who’s had the booster. Yes/no?
Fully vaccinated is whatever they deem keeps hospitalisations down Mike hopefully the mutations will make them few and far between or better still this American breakthrough happens….

fraser 1:22 Tue Dec 28
Re: Who’s had the booster. Yes/no?
Side of Ham 12:09 Tue Dec 28

All the unvaccinated that didn't get it need to be FULLY vaccinated to get it.. You may have a point

Mike Oxsaw 12:55 Tue Dec 28
Re: Who’s had the booster. Yes/no?
Given that they admit the efficiency of the vaccine deteriorates over time, there must be one - and only one - optimum moment between jabs where the term FULLY vaccinated holds true; before that one is over-vaccinated, after that moment one is under-vaccinated.

Side of Ham 12:09 Tue Dec 28
Re: Who’s had the booster. Yes/no?
They need to be FULLY vaccinated….

fraser 11:59 Tue Dec 28
Re: Who’s had the booster. Yes/no?
Nerd - I've experienced the opposite.

I was out with a group of 300 only the vaccinated caught it.

I was the only one who had bad symptoms in that group. Oh and out of all the people I know that have had it most hardly any symptoms, including the unvaccinated.

So stop being angry as lots of people have different experiences and none of them are consistent.

Lee Trundle 11:49 Tue Dec 28
Re: Who’s had the booster. Yes/no?
Out of the 5 people who caught it that same time I did, I was the one who was least affected. And I was the only one unvaccinated.

More importantly, I was the only one who didn't pass the virus on to anyone else, but I put that down to following the rules the are put on the unvaccinated. The vaccinated were allowed to go around and spread it further to others as their restrictions after being exposed are much, MUCH less.

nerd 11:43 Tue Dec 28
Re: Who’s had the booster. Yes/no?
I've got a online radio station and the djs whove had the booster, bit of a cold the ones who have not yet a lot rougher. Same in my office and relatives, booster stops you feeling as shit . As for hospital beds its ICU and selfish pricks not had any jabs filling them . My Dad who is disabled needs bloody gall bladder removed, 3 times cancelled last second due to non vaccined taken up much needed ICU spaces , this is the shortage and problem ,others are suffering, guess what I'm pretty angry about it.

Auntie Thermite 10:29 Tue Dec 28
Re: Who’s had the booster. Yes/no?
icwhs 9:23 Mon Dec 27

PwoperNaughtyButNot 10:18 Tue Dec 28
Re: Who’s had the booster. Yes/no?
Another question - if the nhs was overwhelmed why didn’t it use just one of the beds in the massive emergency hospitals they mobilised?

It had a whiff or propaganda but I am sure someone can give me and answer that rebuild my trust. Still waiting on that answer about why I should trust Pfizer?

thecockneyboy 4:28 Tue Dec 28
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riosleftsock 1:46 Tue Dec 28

That was genocide pure and simple, as that started to cone out they got rid of Hancock.

Mike Oxsaw 3:41 Tue Dec 28
Re: Who’s had the booster. Yes/no?
Capitol Man 2:32 Tue Dec 28

..."You know the T cell response against the virus due to the vaccine has been specifically highlighted as offering protection against you going to hospital and dying..."

The advice I have been given by several doctors in two different countries, virtually from the day the vaccine was released until very recently, was exactly the opposite.

To spell it out for you so that YOU are in no doubt, had I (Me, not YOU or anybody else) taken the vaccine there was a very strong chance that I (Me, not YOU or anybody else) would be hospitalized and most probably die there.

Yet YOU - without knowing or caring about individual specifics* until well after it was spelt out for you, (and then only grudgingly) kept demanding that I and people in a similar position to me just "Man the fuck up and take the vaccine".

From where did you get such clear and accurate advice for us?

I'm not talking about NOW - I'm talking about the last 12 months or so, which I suspect you'll want to brush under the carpet so we can all "move on".




* - something you repeatedly accuse others of doing.

fraser 2:42 Tue Dec 28
Re: Who’s had the booster. Yes/no?
Capitol - most big pharma patent attornies who are at the top of their game work for nearly all big pharma.., that's because they're experts at the top of their game so they're in demand it has nothing to do with convenience.. . Most of their clients are in the US they need top London firms to lodge them with the EPO and UKIPO Quite simple really..

PwoperNaughtyButNot 2:40 Tue Dec 28
Re: Who’s had the booster. Yes/no?
Can anyone tell me why they trust Pfizer?

I need to know they are ethical.

They have a lot of fanboys ok here so I would have thought I’d get an answer

fraser 2:35 Tue Dec 28
Re: Who’s had the booster. Yes/no?
But Capitol my vaccines efficency had run out. Have another cookie son, you'll find comfort there..

Capitol Man 2:35 Tue Dec 28
Re: Who’s had the booster. Yes/no?
Didn’t your special vaccine industry insider who works conveniently with all major vaccines and knows more than any medical authority and who knows something dodgy is going on in the industry tell you about that?

Capitol Man 2:32 Tue Dec 28
Re: Who’s had the booster. Yes/no?


fraser 2:06 Tue Dec 28
Re: Who’s had the booster. Yes/no?

Do the fat insults make you look hard at the “clubs”? Not like a teenage girl at all.

You know the T cell response against the virus due to the vaccine has been specifically highlighted as offering protection against you going to hospital and dying - and that the two dose vaccine still appears to offer a strong T cell response right?

And you know, clearly without knowing the specifics, that this would fit exactly with what happened to you?

Up there with constantly insisting that no one was catching it at clubs, until you caught it at a club?

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