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2 hours ago, Escobarp said:

Only 34% of the over 80’s been done up here. Krankie refuses to answer questions on it unsurprisingly. Another example of a shit job. Yet some folk on here think she’s great. It’s laughable. 
 

And a bit of scandal as 6 workers at a food bank near Edinburgh have been vaccinated already. Rang up and booked themselves in simple as that. Apparently all you need is the phone number. Ring it they don’t qualify you or anything and book an appointment. By virtue of having the number your accepted. It’s not gone down well especially amongst those with relatives in care homes etc 

Seen this thread earlier mate, which was retweeted from last year and am asking your advice on it as you and London Wanderer get the daily news up there, which we are not privy to due to not defecting  😉 

Are there many truths in it mate ? Like I say, I've no idea and it would take too long researching each and every single claim.

Saw Wee Nippy on the Marr Show this morning, crikey, more bags under her eyes and avoidance of questions than soft Mick (Brown) 😉 

 

 

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4 minutes ago, Spider said:

Not me cocker

Already had it twice and have more antibodies than an antifa rally.

Good luck, grandad

Still kick your poxy shitty ginger arse anyday of the week 😉 

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3 minutes ago, miamiwhite said:

Still kick your poxy shitty ginger arse anyday of the week 😉 

Kick all you like, mudblood.

Superior genetics are superior genetics. Anglo Saxon antibodies are tougher.

Hands. Face. Space.

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Just now, Spider said:

Kick all you like, mudblood.

Superior genetics are superior genetics. Anglo Saxon antibodies are tougher.

Hands. Face. Space.

When you sleep tonight soft bollocks, i'll take part of your roof off, creep through the loftspace, and pour a continuous test-tube full of Holts Lager through the ceiling straight into your miserable big moaning gob in the style of the abominable Dr Phibes ....don't have nightmares 😜 

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Just now, miamiwhite said:

When you sleep tonight soft bollocks, i'll take part of your roof off, creep through the loftspace, and pour a continuous test-tube full of Holts Lager through the ceiling straight into your miserable big moaning gob in the style of the abominable Dr Phibes ....don't have nightmares 😜 

I’m ok with that.

Fancy doing a bit of pointing whilst you’re up there?

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Must admit its took its toll on me a bit today. 

Kids out of school til Easter and will probably get extended til September again. It's really shit. 

The Mrs is contemplating getting an NHS admin job so my lad can go back in! 🤣 

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23 minutes ago, Casino said:

A few more months then

What about 12 months?

Whataboutery. Its one of your favourite words...

Why on earth would we be in lockdowns etc in 12 months time? Everyone should be well and truly vaccinated by then.

Travel restrictions though; perfectly possible, certainly to some places. That's what you advocated about Brazil, so until more is known about their (and the SA) strain, and how well we're protected, dont expect complete free travel for some time.

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27 minutes ago, miamiwhite said:

Seen this thread earlier mate, which was retweeted from last year and am asking your advice on it as you and London Wanderer get the daily news up there, which we are not privy to due to not defecting  😉 

Are there many truths in it mate ? Like I say, I've no idea and it would take too long researching each and every single claim.

Saw Wee Nippy on the Marr Show this morning, crikey, more bags under her eyes and avoidance of questions than soft Mick (Brown) 😉 

 

 

I read that thread at the time I remember it from The first bit. It’s obviously highlighting one side of the argument but it’s got some truth in it. There have been other things done which have been positive though. But overall her halo is slipping although my missus mate is an ardent SNP supporter and she was on FaceTime the other night and I made a joke about krankie and she ended the call moody bitch 🤣

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No doubt some good and back decisions made by devolved and UK governments in all this. Just dont quite get the "competition" bit that seems to creep in from time to time.

Make the decisions they think are right, then alter them as necessary. Learn from others where they can.

 

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3 hours ago, Casino said:

 

 

As 2 of the ones who love lockdowns (yeah, i know you dont, but humour me) just when would you say, oh fuck it, this is no life

Lets just accept we have to all take our chances

Theres no guarantee theres not something else round the corner

 

There's a clear plan and (I believe) an end in sight. A lockdown to stop the spread, mass vaccinations and tight border controls to keep out mutations. It's all doable. If the new normal is that you can't go on holiday for the next few years without quarantining & testing negative, then so be it.

I think that by far the best chance of having genuine, lasting normality is to follow that through to the end.

What I don't think anyone has ever provided, is how cracking on would actually mean we could all crack on. Surely you accept that the way the numbers were going in November and December, was completely unsustainable? And that was with restrictions.

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4 minutes ago, Tombwfc said:

 

There's a clear plan and (I believe) an end in sight.

And if you're wrong?

Obvs, i hope to god youre not

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56 minutes ago, Escobarp said:

I read that thread at the time I remember it from The first bit. It’s obviously highlighting one side of the argument but it’s got some truth in it. There have been other things done which have been positive though. But overall her halo is slipping although my missus mate is an ardent SNP supporter and she was on FaceTime the other night and I made a joke about krankie and she ended the call moody bitch 🤣

😄 🤣 😂 

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36 minutes ago, Casino said:

And if you're wrong?

Obvs, i hope to god youre not

then welcome to another new normal

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2 hours ago, Casino said:

And if you're wrong?

Obvs, i hope to god youre not

 

Then we'd obviously be pretty fucked. And need a Plan B.

More hospitals? Conscripting people to work in the NHS? Dunno, but either way it wouldn't look anything close to life pre-2020.

Getting to a point where people aren't filling up hospitals with COVID is the quickest, and arguably only route back to normal. I'm open to other suggestions.

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7 minutes ago, Tombwfc said:

 

Then we'd obviously be pretty fucked. And need a Plan B.

More hospitals? Conscripting people to work in the NHS? Dunno, but either way it wouldn't look anything close to life pre-2020.

Getting to a point where people aren't filling up hospitals with COVID is the quickest, and arguably only route back to normal. I'm open to other suggestions.

From where we are now, this is the road

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3 hours ago, little whitt said:

i was thinking the same how much is the government saving 

90k deaths say

80k on pensions @£120 a week that's some saving 

"saving" around 10M per week, which is peanuts compared to the circa £3B per week that Furlough is costing us

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Before we go  all zombie apocalypse here let's remember the virus potentially becomes immune to specific vaccines but the vaccines work in different ways so it might we have to use more of a different one until the original is tweaked to make it effective again. 
Look how low infections and deaths got last summer with no vaccine, less understanding of the virus and rules being relaxed.

 

Some things like wearing masks in certain places might carry on for a while, working from home becomes more normal etc etc but the virus will be defeated. But we can not keep pretending it has gone and letting it grow back  

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32 minutes ago, Ani said:

Before we go  all zombie apocalypse here let's remember the virus potentially becomes immune to specific vaccines but the vaccines work in different ways so it might we have to use more of a different one until the original is tweaked to make it effective again. 
Look how low infections and deaths got last summer with no vaccine, less understanding of the virus and rules being relaxed.

 

Some things like wearing masks in certain places might carry on for a while, working from home becomes more normal etc etc but the virus will be defeated. But we can not keep pretending it has gone and letting it grow back  

Guessing my daughter had the new variant.. as the older one didnt really affect kids.

Which means having had it in March I'm still immune as I had no noticable symptoms. So if the body fights it off with natural antibodies, then surely a vaccine induced antibody will do the same? 

 

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55 minutes ago, Sweep said:

"saving" around 10M per week, which is peanuts compared to the circa £3B per week that Furlough is costing us

every little helps 500m a year if they all lived 10 more years 

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