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By:
Johnny The Guesser
When: 27 Jul 21 17:17
Use violence , fight control SS - until it's you doing the controlling.
By:
saddo
When: 27 Jul 21 17:17
Ironic that those willingly behaving like mice for 18 months accuse others of being scared now.
By:
Giuseppe
When: 27 Jul 21 17:18
"Increased risk of gender inequalities in professions with job roles most susceptible to replacement with AI "

oh fukk here we go

doesn't climate change affect women more too?
By:
Johnny The Guesser
When: 27 Jul 21 17:19
Thanks Benny - same to you , although I think I will need less luck than you.
By:
Giuseppe
When: 27 Jul 21 17:22
yes women and people of colour more affected by climate change apparently

God it's great being a white man Cool
By:
shiny new shoes please
When: 27 Jul 21 17:23
Can someone invent a time machine ?
By:
Johnny The Guesser
When: 27 Jul 21 17:24
Clouded - Unless I'm willing to dump my phone, my computer ,  my sat navs, my Oyster, my credit cards, store cards , and walk everywhere with my hood up then what real difference does a Covid pass make ?
By:
Mexico
When: 27 Jul 21 17:27
Ss

Of course it is “a risk”

Eating a banana is “a risk”
Driving 5 miles is “a risk”
Not having the vaccine is “a risk”
Playing football is “a risk”


It isn’t compulsory to have the vaccine. Don’t have it if you are too scared.
By:
Giuseppe
When: 27 Jul 21 17:28
it is  de facto compulsory
By:
Johnny The Guesser
When: 27 Jul 21 17:28
The world's operatives are not interested in me, but if they are and also track some of the more unsavoury sorts around me then that's a good thing for me is it not ?
By:
shiny new shoes please
When: 27 Jul 21 17:28
Why would they want your health records, travel records,lifestyle,work,education,race,sexual history ,ect..  ExcitedLaugh
For good of course
By:
Giuseppe
When: 27 Jul 21 17:28
it's only a problem if you have something to hide
By:
shiny new shoes please
When: 27 Jul 21 17:31
So privacy. Freedom , human rights ,democracy is gone
What's next?
By:
SontaranStratagem
When: 27 Jul 21 17:31
It wont be instigating it but I'll be finishing it one way or an other, johnny

You can't start calling people selfish and murderers for not having a sodding vaxxine
By:
Mexico
When: 27 Jul 21 17:32
Giuseppe

It isn’t de facto compulsory.

Don’t have the vaccine if you are scared or selfish. It is your choice.
Just accept you may not be allowed in a 40,000 stadium. Hardly a human right is it.
By:
Johnny The Guesser
When: 27 Jul 21 17:32
To better understand society as a whole to use our resources more efficiently is one positive that springs to mind.
By:
SontaranStratagem
When: 27 Jul 21 17:32

Jul 27, 2021 -- 5:27PM, Mexico wrote:


SsOf course it is “a risk”Eating a banana is “a risk”Driving 5 miles is “a risk”Not having the vaccine is “a risk”Playing football is “a risk”It isn’t compulsory to have the vaccine. Don’t have it if you are too scared.


You shoot down your own argument with that

Everything is a risk so why are we bothering then?

By:
Giuseppe
When: 27 Jul 21 17:34
mexico

if you can't lead a normnal life without a vaccine then it is de facto compulsory
By:
Giuseppe
When: 27 Jul 21 17:35
"Just accept you may not be allowed in a 40,000 stadium. Hardly a human right is it. "

pursuit of happiness is a human right
By:
Giuseppe
When: 27 Jul 21 17:36
mexico still with the scared selfish line

can't get through to these people
By:
SontaranStratagem
When: 27 Jul 21 17:36
"Started off feeling like bad hay-fever but got worse as the day went on. Then yeah mostly like a bad cold. The aches were probably worst bit but that only lasted 2 days. I've certainly had worse viruses. It does make you feel a bit weird though, the brain fog description is probably the closest. I'd move my head but my brain would feel a few seconds behind, very odd."

CrazyCrazy

Good grief you find some belters in regards to this
By:
nineteen points
When: 27 Jul 21 17:37
So lets get this right

lockdowns over,cases fall
muzzles off,cases fall,

seems to me less lockdowns and less muzzles bring less cases and deaths.

Now then,who said that 15 months ago,Mischief
By:
SontaranStratagem
When: 27 Jul 21 17:37
Farting can give it you as well

Didn't we hear that s*it last year as well?

But the brain being 2 seconds behind the head movement is a belter I give him that, that's hysterical Crazy
By:
Mexico
When: 27 Jul 21 17:38
Ss

Do you understand probability?


Playing Russian Roulette has “a risk” of dying.
Drinking a cup of tea has “a risk” of dying.

Nor far more people in U.k die within 24 hours of drinking tea compared to playing Russian Roulette.
Which of those activities carries the greater risk of causing death.


Everything has “a risk” associated with it.
It is hardly my fault that you don’t understand probability.
By:
Johnny The Guesser
When: 27 Jul 21 17:38
But you expect a normal life pre world pandemic to be the exactly the same as a normal life as we start to emerge from the pandemic. The world has changed. Now if the virus blows away over the next year or two then I'd like to think we can get back to your 'normal' but until that happens..who knows..?
By:
SontaranStratagem
When: 27 Jul 21 17:39
Having a good sh*g is a risk as well

Wouldn't stop me jumping into bed with Alex Scott though mate, meak as a lamb
By:
Mexico
When: 27 Jul 21 17:40
Giuseppe

Good luck with your nonsense that going to football is a fundamental human right.
Look forward to reading about your case at The Hague .
By:
SontaranStratagem
When: 27 Jul 21 17:43
I'll hazard a guess that we'll see more youths just barging their way into stadiums with regards to football

And I'll be egging them on and supporting them in doing so

If the s*it ar*se bandits want to poop it at home and hide under the kitchen table... let them

People are sick of this rubbish now
By:
Giuseppe
When: 27 Jul 21 17:43
can't go to football, can't enter a bar, can't enter a restaurant, can't leave the country, soon won;t be able to get a job
By:
Mexico
When: 27 Jul 21 17:43
19

You seemed to once again miss the point.

90% of the adults in country have had vaccine.

This wasn’t the case when you stated to spout your silly mask mantra.

The freedom we currently have is because 90% value freedom.
By:
SontaranStratagem
When: 27 Jul 21 17:46
Giuseppe

This will be the first time I'm tempted into breaking into a warehouse to ask for a job

Crazy

What a crack pot society they've tried to make... Laugh
By:
nineteen points
When: 27 Jul 21 17:47
But you say vaccines dont work because we still need masks to stop us infecting others who also had vaccine?

Come on,which is it? They work or they dont?
By:
Giuseppe
When: 27 Jul 21 17:48
"value freedom"

what about the freedom not to get vaccinated? do you value that?
By:
SontaranStratagem
When: 27 Jul 21 17:51
They only value narcissism
By:
SontaranStratagem
When: 27 Jul 21 18:24
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-57987016

Another slip of the tongue?

"spike in vaxxine transmission"...
By:
SontaranStratagem
When: 27 Jul 21 18:32
"why are fully vaxxinated people still testing positive for CV19" and "restrictions stay until 100% vaxxinated"

The mask has had to come off now which is a positive thing, they are no longer playing silly games
By:
politicspunter
When: 27 Jul 21 18:35

Jul 27, 2021 -- 6:32PM, SontaranStratagem wrote:


"why are fully vaxxinated people still testing positive for CV19" and "restrictions stay until 100% vaxxinated"The mask has had to come off now which is a positive thing, they are no longer playing silly games


Why wouldn't they test positive for Covid if fully vaccinated?

By:
Johnny The Guesser
When: 27 Jul 21 18:41
...and what restrictions are there ?
By:
SontaranStratagem
When: 27 Jul 21 18:52
Go and dig it out yourself.. it shouldn't be hard
By:
politicspunter
When: 27 Jul 21 18:53
No, why don't you tell us for a change?
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