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General discussion / Re: China Coronavirus
« on: November 25, 2021, 08:59:18 AM »
I thought the "etc." at the end was a giveaway that it was a joke.  ::) Must try harder.

Theres that many crazy takes now its hard to distinguish sarcasm from seriousness!  ;D

Yep, hard to distinguish these days!

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General discussion / Re: China Coronavirus
« on: November 24, 2021, 10:33:35 PM »
"HSE's Paul Reid: "If you take the adult population, only about 7% haven't got two vaccines. That's a
highly disproportionate number of people we have in hospital -
for 7% of the adult population to represent close to 55% of our ICU capacity"
"

If those figures are true then it tells you that vaccines are working but I think there's a general understanding that top ups and annual vaccines will become a regular occurrence..
LOL so 45% of the people in ICU are vaccinated and you tell us vaccines are working etc.

Theoretical example. Population of 100, ICU capacity of 10.

Using the above figures, 93 people double vaccinated, 7 not.

Even go with a 50/50 split on representation in ICU. ICU contains 5 unvaccinated & 5 vaccinated.

That's 71% (5/7) of the unvaccinated in ICU & 5% (5/93) of vaccinated in ICU.

Vaccines clearly working.

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Down / Re: Down Club Hurling & Football
« on: November 11, 2021, 09:22:34 AM »
Club managers

Kilcoo Moran
Burren McCorry
Clonduff McBride
Mayobridge hearing Bernie Ruane/Mussen have been approached
Ballyholland Lynch?
CPN Mulholland
Loughinisland DJ o toole
Carryduff Paddy O Rourke
Rostrevor Benny Coulter
Castlewellan Mickey McVeigh
Downpatrick Gracey
Bryansford Ambrose R


Glenn Kennedy
Longstone??
Saul Fegan
Liatrom Fitzpatrick
Saval Ronan Sexton
Darragh Cross DJ
Annaclone Seamy Quinn
An Riocht John Clarke

A lot of movement
Bernie and Mussen wil finish out ulster first

Some man for one man.

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General discussion / Re: Premier League 2021-22
« on: October 07, 2021, 10:53:37 PM »
Manchester Citys sugar daddy arrived September 2008,  first Premier league title won under those owners was in 2012. If history repeats itself Newcastles should win the Premier league in 2025.

And Since 2008 Man City have won

5 Premier Leagues
2 FA Cups
6 League Cups

Newcastle deserve to be top of the Premier league but it will take time to get there.

https://mobile.twitter.com/SkySportsNews/status/1446178879928950785

Loads of money to get there she means. Speaking of money I'd wonder how much that face cost?

Why?

Edit: Apologies, seems her statement not yours.

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Down / Re: Down Club Hurling & Football
« on: August 20, 2021, 08:26:14 AM »
I donít think a club manager would carry 25 on a Friday if he knew his reserves were playin a match. A squad of 19 enough and 17 for the other match.
I donít see how they couldnít compete with Liatrom Shamrocks etc.

Youíre always good for a laugh Smurf Iíll give you that.

U can only play 5 subs.. every manager worth their salt knows who he will bring on as a game changer or to plug a hole in defence.. why take 34 lads on ur senior panel when ya donít need them..

I feel the clubs in division 3/4 know they wud struggle to compete with the second string of the likes of CPN, Burren, Mayobridge, Clonduff, Kilcoo and Carryduff and thatís why they donít want it happening.. obviously if a lad plays division 4 for a few games and is goin well and the division one team takes him in and uses him in a game - he canít then go back n play division 4 league for remainder of the year.. this thing would be easily managed as it is in most other counties.. It would be interesting to see how these players from lower leagues would fare against players from second string division one clubs..

On another note - this board would frustrate ya with the negative comments about small east down clubs players being overlooked.. do something about it.. Carryduff, CPN, Ballyholland etc were yo-yo clubs for years and got their houses in order with underage structures to feed the senior team - now they are established division one clubs..
Saul were the same between division 2/3 and got themselves together and sorted the problem.

Itís not rocket science to get your club established, competing, producing county standard players.. roll the sleeves up and get stuck in.
Aye so only bring 4 then. Makes perfect sense :o

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Down / Re: Down Club Hurling & Football
« on: August 19, 2021, 07:25:41 PM »
I donít think a club manager would carry 25 on a Friday if he knew his reserves were playin a match. A squad of 19 enough and 17 for the other match.
I donít see how they couldnít compete with Liatrom Shamrocks etc.
St Paulís went to 3 under Blaney and didnít win a match. They got hammered every match
Eastwood and Tucker donít mean to be smug but never heard of them. If teams have a player that is genuine county standard you would know. Coskery was known. McCumiskey was known.
I just donít get the lower leagues comments. Itís a bit like the east down and south down stuff

Youíre always good for a laugh Smurf Iíll give you that.

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General discussion / Re: "Economic inactivity" in the north
« on: August 06, 2021, 08:43:18 PM »
The kind of questions I want to ask are about how it could be discouraged. What are the incentives that people are responding to? Does it make economic sense for them not to work, and if so why?
The cost of childcare is at least one element that discourages people from working. Iím sure many on here pay full time childcare for one or more children so know how much it costs (Iím about to enter that world).  Completely disproportionate to salaries here. I can totally understand why people decide that the cost of childcare is just too high for them to financially benefit from working in paid employment, at least til school starts.

Universal Credit pays up to 85% of childcare

If you qualify for it. If you have a full time job that doesnít pay a massive amount then in a lot of cases, as Rois said, it makes perfect sense not to work as the cost of childcare can be higher than salary minus travel expenses etc.

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General discussion / Re: "Economic inactivity" in the north
« on: August 06, 2021, 01:26:00 PM »
Some countries have a benefit system where the benefits for not working have a set time period. Be interesting to see how many would find work when the benefits stop. In my opinion someone who has worked and paid into the system should receive more than someone who has never worked

In what way?

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General discussion / Re: Speeding
« on: July 30, 2021, 06:28:58 PM »
Folks speed camera clocked me doing 38 in a 30 on the 30th June. Ticket arrived in the door today dated the 28th July. Can anyone shed light on whether itís time barred and I can appeal it as itís outside the 14 day notice period?

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General discussion / Re: Man Utd Thread:
« on: July 24, 2021, 09:43:23 PM »
Lol at above.

Letís assume the experts have seen him play at least 10 times.

If youíve got the time, energy and persuasion to have a hobby, itís a commendable thing. If that hobby is an Irish man watching a German soccer team though, then itís really just a bit strange and a bit off as a hobby  - and as a result your opinion on the matter should be nulled and void.

Struggling to understand the logic here? A United fan who is interested in soccer potential watching a few games which feature a player United have been heavily linked with is a bit strange? Including champions league games, say a German cup final and Dortmund Bayern games over the last 2/3 seasons could get you to 10 games.

I wouldnít find that strange. Each to their own though!

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General discussion / Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« on: June 09, 2021, 07:11:49 PM »
https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/politics/sinn-feinmembers-posed-as-pollstersto-collect-data-on-voters-40517853.html

Not a normal political party. If this is what theyíre up to when not in power what will they get up to when theyíre in power?

Yea, madness. No other party would dare be at that craic. Ever. Especially not one in power  >:(

https://m.independent.ie/irish-news/varadkar-admitsfine-gael-paid-studentsto-misrepresent-themselves-to-voters-as-working-for-polling-company-40520674.html

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General discussion / Re: European Leagues.
« on: April 06, 2021, 09:18:24 AM »
Dembele scores a 90th minute winner for Barcelona against Valladolid

Atletico Madrid lost last night

Atletico 66
Barca 65
Scum 63

El Clasico is on Saturday at Real Madrid's new home venue - some park pitch beside a motorway

Valladolid shafted with that red card. Ridiculous decision.

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Of course thereís some who use abortion as a means of contraception. 200,000 in uk annually, theyíre not all rape, incest cases. Youíre naive if you think otherwise.
Again
"97.7% of abortions in England & Wales were performed under ground C - the pregnancy has not exceeded its twenty-fourth week and that the continuance of the pregnancy would involve risk, greater than if the pregnancy were terminated, of injury to the physical or mental health of the pregnant woman."

The mental health one is a nice card to play.

We know how babies are made, we all know the consequences of the action behind them, 3 months later down the line if something has happened then it's time to face up and deal with consequences of your actions. It's a shame that your life may now be different and it's not just you anymore but that's a direct result of the actions you have taken.

I'd liken it to drink driving, there's a possibility something will go wrong when you sit into that car under the influence but if you do it then it's a decision you can't go back on and you should face the consequences.

There will be many women who have an abortion and will regret it later on in their lives, it will probably lead to mental health issues with them. It's interesting that those in favour of abortion yield out these statistics but only look at them through one lens.

Ultimately the decision to terminate a pregnancy of a perfectly healthy baby, created by your own conscious decisions and actions is the most selfish thing you could ever contemplate doing.

Ah Angelo lol

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General discussion / Re: What is the point of this board anymore?
« on: March 15, 2021, 12:28:20 PM »
Christ, only half a day back and it's ridiculous already. Although to be fair, one is certainly outdoing the other this morning.

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General discussion / Re: European Leagues.
« on: March 10, 2021, 09:57:40 AM »
Looking at the Juventus line up, that's a poor team. Fair play to Porto, will probably get City, Bayern or PSG in the next round as their reward lol.

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