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General discussion / Re: Lorry Tragedy
« on: October 20, 2021, 11:56:03 PM »
Never watched the show or buy newspapers, the guy is a tr**p, the lowest kind of Cnut who was pure greedy, it doesn’t matter which end of the scale he’s on, he knew what he was doing and was being paid to traffic humans from a to b …

whether he carries the can for it will never change, he did it willingly, probably not his first trip and had he not been caught would have continued to do it.

Did he give up the higher end dealers?

But sure you keep giving him some sympathy.

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General discussion / Re: Lorry Tragedy
« on: October 20, 2021, 10:02:41 PM »
I think locking Mo up in a limited air tight container wouldn't be an issue with most people, these guys are vermin, soulless people.

Making a living off trafficking people, who'll probably in most cases be slaves to pay off their debt owed for getting into the country
Mo was just a well paid errand boy in the scheme of that criminal enterprise.

 I thought it bit odd that the investigation team referred to him as Mo and not full name or family name.
Another odd thing (imo), the documentary team had full access to Mo's interrogation footage as well as cam video of him dwelling on his fate in private moments in his cell. That documentary has put him up front as the hapless character, the face which represents all the ugliness of the criminal enterprise and the horror consequences of this one, even though they were all dead by the time it was his turn at the wheel.

He still didn’t have to do it and he knew what he was doing, he knew what could happen and trafficking like this happens every day no doubt. I hope he never gets out, along with the rest that was involved.

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General discussion / Re: Man Utd Thread:
« on: October 20, 2021, 08:51:20 PM »
Ole probably has a team in his head he’d like to pick but no balls to pick it!!!

He’ll be gone after the match at the weekend

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General discussion / Re: TV Show recommendations
« on: October 20, 2021, 07:31:26 PM »
Fawlty towers!!! Amazing and no rehash of it either, lives long in the memory

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General discussion / Re: China Coronavirus
« on: October 20, 2021, 07:30:01 PM »
What he said (what you claim he said) is widely at odds with the most recently available official government data.

Of course there is a lag in data getting published so subsequent publications might show the vast majority are indeed unvaccinated but we can wait for that and revisit in a few weeks.  It will take a hell of a shift all the same.

Did you catch a name by the way?  I am not finding much by way of reference to ‘the Medical Federation UK’ let alone who it’s head is.

Or even what time he was on as I am genuinely interested to hear what he said so can grab off the catch up.

Taylor, I think and was on radio 5 live at about 8.45am today, I'm sure that is on catch up, just after he finished someone came on and told the BBC to be fairer in their news covering and stop going along the government line sort of thing...

Thanks.

Would you mind going back and listening to 5 Live and perhaps revising what you posted?  Both in terms of who was talking and what was said.

On the positive sounds like you were concentrating on the road more than the radio.

Safety first 😜

No I’ll take your informed word on it  ;D

 I’m actually not bothered tbh, my family are double jabbed my wife and I have taken the flu jab last week and we’ve yet to get Covid in our families, we all work while my daughters also work attended lectures and go to school..


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General discussion / Re: Lorry Tragedy
« on: October 20, 2021, 02:37:02 PM »
I think locking Mo up in a limited air tight container wouldn't be an issue with most people, these guys are vermin, soulless people.

Making a living off trafficking people, who'll probably in most cases be slaves to pay off their debt owed for getting into the country

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General discussion / Re: China Coronavirus
« on: October 20, 2021, 02:31:22 PM »
What he said (what you claim he said) is widely at odds with the most recently available official government data.

Of course there is a lag in data getting published so subsequent publications might show the vast majority are indeed unvaccinated but we can wait for that and revisit in a few weeks.  It will take a hell of a shift all the same.

Did you catch a name by the way?  I am not finding much by way of reference to ‘the Medical Federation UK’ let alone who it’s head is.

Or even what time he was on as I am genuinely interested to hear what he said so can grab off the catch up.

Taylor, I think and was on radio 5 live at about 8.45am today, I'm sure that is on catch up, just after he finished someone came on and told the BBC to be fairer in their news covering and stop going along the government line sort of thing...

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General discussion / Re: China Coronavirus
« on: October 20, 2021, 12:47:15 PM »
I've no way of proving it but I'd imagine a lot of people over 60 who are in hospital with covid could well have ended up there anyway given the age profile. If you look at the under 60's, 2,411 out of 3,840 in hospital are unvaccinated (63%).

Again not disputing but still false to say vast majority in hospital are unvaccinated.

The person that said it would have better knowledge than you , he also said that we are at the end of the first vaccine's best use, as in the effects of that are starting to diminish, thus the requirement of the booster is important, along with protection against the flu the flu jab has been rolled out pretty quick round my way

Lol. Ok.

Sure throw up those stats you keep getting wrong, they are great lol moments

Yes the initial figures were incorrect and have been updated.

But are we conveniently forgetting that the sentiment of the post was correct as the updated figures show.

That is your statement about ‘vast majority’ of hospitalisations being unvaccinated is at odds with official government data.

At least I can correct my data error and still arrive at the same conclusion.

But sure you stick to the guy on the radio who knows more than me but is at odds with official government data 👍

Maybe you didn't read  the bit (again not surprising) that the guy on the radio was the head of the medical federation UK. That's a government body I'm sure.. That statement was not mine either, you are not reading things again, go have a lie down and rest your head

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General discussion / Re: China Coronavirus
« on: October 20, 2021, 12:01:02 PM »
I've no way of proving it but I'd imagine a lot of people over 60 who are in hospital with covid could well have ended up there anyway given the age profile. If you look at the under 60's, 2,411 out of 3,840 in hospital are unvaccinated (63%).

Again not disputing but still false to say vast majority in hospital are unvaccinated.

The person that said it would have better knowledge than you , he also said that we are at the end of the first vaccine's best use, as in the effects of that are starting to diminish, thus the requirement of the booster is important, along with protection against the flu the flu jab has been rolled out pretty quick round my way

Lol. Ok.

Sure throw up those stats you keep getting wrong, they are great lol moments

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General discussion / Re: China Coronavirus
« on: October 20, 2021, 11:39:13 AM »
I've no way of proving it but I'd imagine a lot of people over 60 who are in hospital with covid could well have ended up there anyway given the age profile. If you look at the under 60's, 2,411 out of 3,840 in hospital are unvaccinated (63%).

Again not disputing but still false to say vast majority in hospital are unvaccinated.

The person that said it would have better knowledge than you , he also said that we are at the end of the first vaccine's best use, as in the effects of that are starting to diminish, thus the requirement of the booster is important, along with protection against the flu the flu jab has been rolled out pretty quick round my way

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General discussion / Re: China Coronavirus
« on: October 20, 2021, 09:24:39 AM »
Was listening to 5 live on the way into work, the vast majority of those with Covid in hospital are not vaccinated, that came from the head of the medical doctors federation, he also said that we will need to have the booster to help with this winter as people's immunes will be less due to the last time they had the second jab..

Now, I'd take the information from him over the crackpots on facebook in fairness, I know, call me crazy...

Who knows what's going to happen this winter, it won't be pretty that's for sure, but if several million of people in the UK haven't taken a vaccine how will it ever work?

Are we going down to the point of acceptable death, with hospitals over run with more 'acceptable' deaths from other issues because we have no staff to run it or beds to put people in?



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General discussion / Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« on: October 20, 2021, 09:15:56 AM »
Great result last night but a few worrying signs in the performance. Very open at times at the back (especially on the right which is becoming a theme) albeit it improved when Fabinho came on. The fact Madrid went down to ten men obviously helped as well.

I would be concerned about playing like that on Sunday as Utd are well set up to counter with the pace they have upfront and the passing ability of Fernandes/Pogba if Liverpool play the high line again.

At the minute its not in Liverpool's DNA to play much different than the high line, as for the game on Sunday its a must win for both teams for different reasons, results against the top 6 will decide the the league placing's at the end of the season, more so for Liverpool than Utd, there is nothing to suggest (other than the history of this game) a positive result for Liverpool.

Ole can't get his best team or tactics right with the squad he has, not buying a DM will be his biggest downfall as the defenders have no cover whatsoever

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General discussion / Re: TV Show recommendations
« on: October 20, 2021, 09:09:34 AM »
The problem for Lost was it became such a big popular show that they milked the ass right out of it, it should have ended sooner..

Its ok to have a 3 or 4 season show, a lot of the European shows don't have these multiple seasons of the same shit, or if you are having these have like 5 episodes rather than 15!!

My wife's attention span for these types of shows has now gone completely, works for me then as I'll head up to bed after putting on one of my shows for an hour.

after saying all that something will come along that'll I'll end up watching for ages!!

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General discussion / Re: China Coronavirus
« on: October 19, 2021, 11:43:39 PM »
So here we are, a plethora of people vaccinated! Positive numbers rising. Nothing really changing.

What has improved using this experimental Drug? Because it is an experimental drug until 2023!

It's well enough giving it to auld ones, But giving it to the youth of our society who are not in any danger is reckless.

My kids will not be getting it until it is approved officially in 2023.

If they are over 18 before that they’ll do as they choose I’m sure, unless you’re one of those parents

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