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ProfessorWoland

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  1. Has anyone had audio problem s with ifollow? or is it just me.
  2. Get in. Tough viewing for the second half that I follow actually showed, but they were gritty and the play is starting to develop.
  3. I think my stream is behind as I've only just seen him go walkabout
  4. This is beginning to look like a team you can actually enjoy watching play football.
  5. I Got a couple of minutes at the end of the half. They looked to be playing well.
  6. I get a minute and then the buttering symbol returned
  7. Can you watch any match with the code that bolton send out? im still listening to the audio having given up on the video, anyone having any joy with it?
  8. I'm just listening to the audio commentary. theyve acknowledged a problem and say they're working on it
  9. Turning off in disgust is the new going out.
  10. I think they're trying to play better football than they're capable of.
  11. I wish I'd not watched that. Feel for santos, him the fans and kios about the only ones who didn't deserve that.
  12. Santos is a cool customer, dropping his shoulder and stepping past players. that should've been a goal
  13. Utterly random music continues with that ready or not track by I forget who
  14. After a dour first few minutes its good to see the ball on the ground and some decent pass and move football. Just lacking a ball. not sure if anyone else has got commentary replaced by feargal sharkey?
  15. Ta! i was casting from a tablet so no mouse but swiping finger on screen did the necessary!
  16. Probably a stupid question, but when watching via ifollow is there any way of removing the annoying pause icon from the middle of the screen?
  17. It's perhaps a little like piloting a supertanker. You need to start the turn a long time before the rocks or you'll run aground. With most transmission happening within the home, there's an additional period of rising numbers even after you stop transmission in the community. All of which makes it difficult for joe public to see the correlation between the measures taken and the incidence.
  18. Since we came out of lockdown I've eaten outside and had a drink at a local pub that's done everything right. They've put in all the measures, they've been diligent with track and trace, we've been there as a family with wide age groups and I think the whole process has been as safe as it could be. Ive also walked past another local where no one seems to give a toss. Seriously it looks same as it ever was. We are a human chain of 60m on this island and it's only as strong as its weakest link. I don't know how you get through to those people, but they're the reason we are heading back
  19. The downside to that extreme lockdown is twofold. First, if you adopt such a harsh line, you will inevitably get some over the top incidents, maybe even a George Floyd flare point that shared on social media, threaten to send frustrated people over the top. Even as it is there are loads of rumours and conspiracy theories flying about, add the police delivering the kickings that we saw in Spain and France and things could get much worse very quickly. There is no shortage of anger and frustration in this country. Secondly, Spain did it, France did it, but the virus returned nonetheless. Can
  20. I think that concept has been poorly communicated. Early on I saw it referred to as the pandemic paradox, or something along those lines. Basically, if you take it seriously and put in effective measures to curtail spread, you will inevitably look like you've overreacted when those measures work and the worst case scenario is avoided. It helps when you see the graphs include the date of measures being introduced, in NYC for instance there looked to be a good correlation with masks bing introduced and cases falling. That's what they need to stress.
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