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Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
« on: Today at 09:20:12 AM »
Sense the sarcasm there MR2. Maybe in 3 r 4 years we would get out of Division 4 with a sustainable team. Whats 3-4 years when you look at the last 30 or 40.

Itís all ifs buts and maybes

Let  the managers, whoever they may be, pick the best team available to them, not everyone wants to commit to county training, pre season is a slog and no one really sees the time and effort players put in.

Itís hard prep to get to a standard physically that we need to be at, be as fit as we should, obviously have ball playing abilities! For whatever reasons we donít really have that type. Club football is (Or should be) a big level below county standards, we need to find players with a mindset whoíll commit whole heartily, so much easier to do when youíve a decent team. I just do see the commitment lads have for their club than they do for their county.

I could be wrong and apologies to some if I am, but Iím basing it on watching those other counties cat times and they die with their boots on, on that pitch

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Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
« on: Today at 08:37:43 AM »
So we should go for youth now?

Iím all for that, get rid of the oldies and should get out of div 4

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GAA Discussion / Re: NFL Div 4 2020
« on: October 24, 2020, 11:20:27 AM »
Fair play to Westmeath coming over the Ďborderí and putting their lives on the line to play Antrim. Big thank you to their employers for allowing them to have two weeks off after the game!

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General discussion / Re: China Coronavirus
« on: October 24, 2020, 11:09:45 AM »
What ever happened to Syferus? he was a decent buddy, good at debating, reasoning and so on
Whatever you say.
He's destroying stolen-sheep these days with non stop diatribes against the GAA for causing Covid outbreaks , for playing games in the middle of "a century defining pandemic".
And he now tells us that Armagh hasn't been in Ireland since 1921.

Sorry I left out the smirking emoji... he was a tool

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Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
« on: October 23, 2020, 10:10:24 PM »
Of course players arent exempt but the buck stops with the manager. In saying that I havent a clue why you are asking this? I repeat we were discussing why tomas was taken off and dissecting that.

We were 30 points down, keeping him on would have achieved what? We used all our allocation of subs, is it ok to take off certain players or should they stay on?

After that performance (as this is an Antrim thread talking about Antrim football) no one should escape criticism

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Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
« on: October 23, 2020, 09:58:04 PM »
We were discussing why tomas was taken off. Players dont decide things like that. You are very touchy about Lenny

Did I bring Lenny into this? Itís a simple question, either you answer it or not

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If a vaccine becomes available, given the current circumstances, I'll have no hesitation in getting it.  A roll of the dice, but even that is better than the current situation of cyclical lockdowns, and extremely limited social interaction.

Would certainly reduce the mental issues, the domestic abuse, the loss of jobs, the missed operations, Missed social  interaction and all those other problems some posters were complaining about thatís been caused lately.

No brainier when you put it like that

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Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
« on: October 23, 2020, 09:35:13 PM »
Dont think so- if they were thinking that scientifically on the day they wouldnt of been been beaten by so much. I wish our Seniors good luck tomorrow anyway, bit of luck in that other game as well and could sneak up a division. Cant argue with that if it happens.

The players exempt on their performance?

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You only get the flu jab if you fall into a certain category I think

I get it every year, I don't have asthma or any underlying conditions.

Why?
 And Iím not saying itís a bad thing or wrong, the text I put up came  from the NHS website.

mate of mine got it last week and I asked her why and she said I dunno was offered it at work.  She  works in hospital.

Iíd a patient in the other day, aged  78, underlying conditions and has been waiting on getting the jab 4 weeks they told him thereís a shortage

Get it through work. The reason I get the vaccine is so I won't get the flu. If more people got the vaccine, less people would get the flu

Haven't got it yet this year but booked into the GP for mid Nov

Dead on, Iíd need to be registered with a gp then, havenít been at one since my late teens!

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General discussion / Re: China Coronavirus
« on: October 23, 2020, 07:55:13 PM »
Some people wonít advertise it, I got the feeling from one client of mine that he was embarrassed or shamed by getting it! Very strange

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Is it worse than malaria?

Iím bored of the flu

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As long as we donít bring it back to flu  ;D

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General discussion / Re: China Coronavirus
« on: October 23, 2020, 07:25:28 PM »
I know 2 people in Mid Ulster who have it and I donít even know many people in Mid Ulster. You need to get out more. Or, no, stay in STAY IN!

Knew one of the first to get it, then a few more from the club, numbers slowed down then a few started getting it lately. Asked how they got on and they felt pretty unwell with it, lads in their 30ís and 40ís

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You only get the flu jab if you fall into a certain category I think

I get it every year, I don't have asthma or any underlying conditions.

Why?
 And Iím not saying itís a bad thing or wrong, the text I put up came  from the NHS website.

mate of mine got it last week and I asked her why and she said I dunno was offered it at work.  She  works in hospital.

Iíd a patient in the other day, aged  78, underlying conditions and has been waiting on getting the jab 4 weeks they told him thereís a shortage

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Don't hold your breath for an answer.

None of those zealots have had the courage to answer me a question about when Covid becomes an acceptable risk to society like we accept seasonal flu?

It seems it doesn't matter if you die from flu. Tough luck seems to be their outlook. They are too thick to see the woods from the trees.

I see the cowards still haven't got the balls to answer this one?

Why do they mouth off and run from a fairly basic question like that? Why do your contradictions frighten you?

When you stop talking and linking Covid to flu..

You didn't answer the question.

We accept viruses in our society that kill, leave long lasting heath problems and overwhelm the health service, at what point those Covid become as acceptable a risk as those we do very little to counter?

At what point? Or are you too coward to admit to everyone that you couldn't give a toss about those who die from flu?

Do you get the flu vaccine? Yes or no.

A lot of uncomfortable truths here for a guy who is attempting to pontificate to others.

I don't fall into the category of the list I put up so there are more important people requiring it than me

I give a toss about everyone's life..

Having vaccinations have saved more lives so its important that a safe vaccine that's approved will be available for all virus's and people at risk

Any other uncomfortable questions on Covid?  as thats the flu covered

Sorry, for not getting back sooner, work and all that  ;D

as for answering about the vaccine and taking it.. Like I said already, on the original vaccine thread I answered that, first page I think

Not sure if that's a yes or no?

You don't get the flu vaccine? Am I correct in saying that?

Maybe you should if you feel so strongly about protecting vulnerable people and saving lives rather than paying lip service to it?

The flu also kills, the flu also overwhelms the health service, the flu also causes long lasting health problems. Surely that matters something?

Why should I get it if I don't fall into those areas I've explained? I've had the flu once, no lasting health problems since it..

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