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peckerdunne
13 Oct 21 19:07
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Why are they not being tested, why are they not in bubbles.

Big spike in numbers as vaccinated parents come down with covid.

Will pubs and clubs be shut for Christmas.

How come the UK are losing 1000 a week still, and no one seems to think

It's an issue.

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By:
thegiggilo
When: 13 Oct 21 19:53
Absolutely nuts,they have sent me three emails about covid in my lads class,that's not a case it could be the whole class for all i know they don't tell you anything,as long as the government mouth pieces of MSM  brush it awau with moving swiftly on the plebs won't even queston it..Thick and ignorant selfish as pigsh1t..
By:
peckerdunne
When: 13 Oct 21 20:00
It's a disgrace, I just can't fathom it.

As soon as Ireland dispensed with bubbles in schools the numbers shot up, every single indicator flagging trouble ahead.
By:
clouded leopard
When: 13 Oct 21 20:01
Bless
By:
peckerdunne
When: 13 Oct 21 20:06
Bless what.

If you had a restaurant full of cancellations this weekend you would have more to say.
By:
leif
When: 13 Oct 21 20:09
By:
casemoney
When: 13 Oct 21 20:17
Be losing 3000 a week soon to Flu  no one thinks that's an issue
By:
casemoney
When: 13 Oct 21 20:18
Co vids over Pecker hardly anyone wearing masks  Everything completely back to normal
By:
peckerdunne
When: 13 Oct 21 20:19
That's why millions take the flu jab.
By:
lfc1971
When: 13 Oct 21 20:19
Beginning to think everyone’s going to end up catching this , it’s just a matter of when
By:
casemoney
When: 13 Oct 21 20:20
Still lose many thousands every year  regardless Flu / Pneumonia
By:
casemoney
When: 13 Oct 21 20:21
How many have had it and don't even Know LFC ?
By:
saddo
When: 13 Oct 21 20:22
peckerdunne 13 Oct 21 19:19 
That's why millions take the flu jab.

...........


They've never used guilt, shame or bribery to get people who don't need it to have it though.
By:
leif
When: 13 Oct 21 20:24
Week 16 of 2020 deaths involving Influenza and Pneumonia, England and Wales was

5,215

ONS
By:
lfc1971
When: 13 Oct 21 20:24
Yeah that’s true case, but the problem is it doesn’t seem to be going away and how effective will the vaccine be
every time , always ?
By:
casemoney
When: 13 Oct 21 20:24
Most people have gad their Jabs , JOB DONE , not sure who these people are who are dying are they Unjabbed ?
By:
saddo
When: 13 Oct 21 20:27
Most of em are 82 case.
By:
Giuseppe
When: 13 Oct 21 21:32
"Why are they not being tested, why are they not in bubbles."

how long do you want to do this for?

they've already had three academic years disrupted

covid poses near zero risk to schoolkids, most of their parents too
By:
Giuseppe
When: 13 Oct 21 21:32
they are being tested as far as i know
By:
frog1000
When: 13 Oct 21 22:06
Very very very few healthy children have died with Covid.

All adults have been offered vaccines.

Meanwhile this obession with Covid is costing lives and livlihoods everyday.

Time to quit the obession with testing and move on.

11,000 people a week sadly die in the UK.

It is a fact of life that eventually we all die.
By:
macarony
When: 14 Oct 21 00:10
Never mind bubbles when is  the government going to introduce a new tax code for those that had been on furlough?
Most will be middle class the same ones that expect other people to work for the minimum wage funking hypocrites
By:
Dr Crippen
When: 14 Oct 21 10:35
not sure who these people are who are dying

The vulnerable of course, because the vaccine is least effective in the vulnerable.

Just like the flu jab, those who need it most don't get much protection.
By:
Dr Crippen
When: 14 Oct 21 10:37
Time to quit the obession with testing and move on.

That time is well overdue.
By:
Timber
When: 14 Oct 21 11:41
If you're over 30 and double-vaxxed, you're more likely to contract Covid than if you are unvaccinated according to latest UK govt data.

If you're over 40, you're almost 2x as likely

Rolls your sleeves up, pigs of the Guinea variety Laugh
By:
Timber
When: 14 Oct 21 11:42
Für ihre sicherheit
By:
edy
When: 14 Oct 21 11:55
Sicherheit is a noun.
By:
shiny new shoes please
When: 14 Oct 21 13:10
Some gold ere so
Genesis - Land of Confusion

New Zorb sale buy adult size get FREE wee one ,no refunds, no QR requirements ,safety first
By:
Giuseppe
When: 14 Oct 21 13:59
shouldn't ihre be capitalised too
By:
Giuseppe
When: 14 Oct 21 14:00
edy do germans on internet forums and in text messages / whatsapp etc. always capitalise nouns?
By:
shiny new shoes please
When: 14 Oct 21 14:12
dancing rebel , monkey Happy
Six Feet Apart Laugh
By:
edy
When: 14 Oct 21 14:15

Oct 14, 2021 -- 7:59AM, Giuseppe wrote:


shouldn't ihre be capitalised too


Depends on what he meant to say exactly. If the ihr is meant to mean "your", then it should be capitalised. If it's used as "their", then not.

Giuseppe • October 14, 2021 2:00 PM BST
edy do germans on internet forums and in text messages / whatsapp etc. always capitalise nouns?


Not everybody. Like speakers of any other language, we have some who are either lazy or simply don't know the rules. The vast majority does, however.

By:
Giuseppe
When: 14 Oct 21 14:21
it is very difficult it is to write a short sentence in a foreign language, without making at least one mistake
By:
edy
When: 14 Oct 21 14:28
I know, that's why I told Timber. Advice from native speakers is vital when you seek to learn a language. I wish you guys corrected me more often.
By:
Giuseppe
When: 14 Oct 21 14:35
you don't make mistakes, i've never met a foreigner who writes english as well as you

"The vast majority does, however."

"do" would be better here, although technically "does" is probably correct, but it sounds unnatural
By:
edy
When: 14 Oct 21 14:45
Thanks! Appreciate it!

SaMeBe from the tennis forum is just one example of a foreigner whose written English is a level far above mine. He lives in the UK these days, but his written English was already far better than mine before he moved there. Despite him not being a native speaker, he is ironically the primary person on here that helped me iron out a few things in my use of the English language over the years. E.g. I often messed up it's/its, but he kept correcting and teaching me. Something I continue to be very grateful for.
By:
shiny new shoes please
When: 14 Oct 21 14:51
6 lengths ,six feet apart Crazy Jessie no more boosters, think of the poor people
Covid-19 vaccine sharing must become ‘reality’$$$$$$, with ‘aggressive and ambitious action’$$$ ExcitedLaugh
let's do the  time wrap again

Tedros has called again for a global halt on Covid vaccine boosters until 2022, to enable countries to vaccinate at least 60%
ExcitedLaugh
Dire Straits - Money For Nothing
By:
Giuseppe
When: 14 Oct 21 14:56
is sam swedish?

Swedish people generally speak very good English, same as Dutch

Germans not so much

many native speakers also mix up it's and its

it's not a bad mistake really, like mixing up their / there / they're, people will just assume it is an oversight, i mix these up too if i am typing quickly and not paying attention

some of the worst mistakes are made by native speakers

saying "should of" instead of "should have" is really bad

but that is a mistake only a native speaker would make
By:
Giuseppe
When: 14 Oct 21 14:57
i mean writing "should of" because that is how it sounds
By:
edy
When: 14 Oct 21 15:04
Yes, Swedish.
By:
casemoney
When: 14 Oct 21 16:52
30,000 COP26 delegates,  Speaking of Super spreaders Plain
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