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Off Topic / Re: Coronavirus
« Last post by BillyStubbsTears on Today at 10:54:09 am »
This past couple of years have made those with invested interest very very rich.
Under 20,000 over two years in England and Wales, and the country was shut down for that.
We shouldn't take advice from the medical mafia ever again and those who spout future computer model projections that always end up being wrong.

Read this.
https://mobile.twitter.com/VictimOfMaths/status/1485570730867765251

You've being consistently wrong on this thread with your predictions, you're going to be in for a shock in the not to distant future, I guarantee that.
Like I said before, you will have a lot of apologizing to do from this thread.


So you didn't read it?

The majority of the people who died in 17,000 figure were over the age of 65 years old. With an average age of 81.
The figures of people who tested positive while in for something else already had compromised systems, "unhealthy people".
So the majority of people who are dying are either elderly or unhealthy people.
And how many of them were false positives.
The figures don't warrant shutting the entire country down and destroying the economy.
Healthy people have nothing to worry about, and I'm sick of unhealthy people trying to dictate to us and being all health righteous.
Protect the vulnerable by all means, but let the rest of us get on with our lives.

You won't get anywhere on here talking sense.
So you didn't read it either?
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I think one of the big takes from me is this paragraph
“The Rovers hierarchy publicly pledged that funds were available to improve the squad after a uniformly awful first half of the season and have kept good on their promise at the very least, mindful of how 2021 was a complete and unmitigated disaster“

The board deserve a lot of credit for at least giving us hope and being true to their word
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Off Topic / Re: Talk Your Way Out Of This One Johnson
« Last post by Not Now Kato on Today at 10:49:01 am »
When will people realise that much of the British public prefer someone who broke social distancing rules to someone who wanted to revoke a democratic vote!

You are John from Formby, and I claim my £5.
 
https://www.dkpw.co.uk/watch/John%20From%20Formby.mp3
 
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Off Topic / Re: Talk Your Way Out Of This One Johnson
« Last post by idler on Today at 10:42:54 am »
To be fair what about Tory MPs that voted against a Brexit deal only to
accept a worse deal later.
I think that very few brixiteers got anywhere near any Brexit deal that they envisaged.
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& an interesting one, just had to check the championship table to realise how badly Barnsley were doing this season.
We could have an exciting end of season at least, let's hope so.
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Off Topic / Re: Brexit Dividend
« Last post by SydneyRover on Today at 10:10:47 am »
  Nine out of ten financial institutions in the city of London have stated they are about to increase the number of employees in the city because of increased business since Brexit and the opportunities it has brought about.

If you post the article I'm sure there will be replies selby.
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Off Topic / Re: Talk Your Way Out Of This One Johnson
« Last post by SydneyRover on Today at 10:09:01 am »
  What Stabber Starmer really is is a traitor to the UK electorate, He has voted 48 times against Brexit, some of them votes taken after the referendum result, he has colluded openly with the EU negotiators  to undermine the UK electorates and the countries standing when negotiations of an agreement were on going.
  He is not and never will be a person to trust, in times gone by he would have been shot or in the tower and rightly so.
  And whats more when he says he now accepts Brexit is done, he is a bare faced liar.

In the face of an electorate increasingly aware they made the wrong choice.

As a person that helped put johnson in #10 I don't think you are in a very strong position to talk about trust selby.
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Off Topic / Re: Brexit Dividend
« Last post by selby on Today at 10:08:31 am »
  Nine out of ten financial institutions in the city of London have stated they are about to increase the number of employees in the city because of increased business since Brexit and the opportunities it has brought about.
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Off Topic / Re: McPlant
« Last post by Axholme Lion on Today at 10:05:30 am »
Here's the nutritional breakdown.

Beyond burger

* Calories: 270
* Fat: 20 g (6 g saturated fat)
* Sodium: 380 mg
* Carbohydrates: 5 g
* Fiber: 3 g
* Sugars: 0 g
* Protein: 20 g

Beef burger

* Calories: 287
* Fat: 23 g (9 g saturated fat)
* Sodium: 75 mg
* Carbohydrates: 0 g
* Fiber: 0 g
* Sugars: 0 g
* Protein: 19 g

The plant burger looks a little better than beef in everything except salt content which is shockingly high.

Salt is the silent killer.
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