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14 minutes ago, Monkey Tennis said:

And yet, given the massive rates of uptake among the elderly thus far, the 'yer da' characterisation misses the mark.

The "yer da" generation are not the elderly, but more the 40-60ish age group.

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1 hour ago, Snafu said:

https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/authors/paisley-daily-express/police-hunt-coronavirus-denier-who-23502209

I wonder what has the poster or posters called Jeremiah Cole/ Chairman Mao been up to recently?

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This is the problem with banning users from these pages. Too much spare time and they go rogue. Much better to have them on here talking shite and getting bodied with gifs from all angles. 

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Fucking variants man.  Fuck off.

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7 minutes ago, Todd_is_God said:

"Children are desperate to get back to school"

Utter bollocks 😂😂😂

Literally no child is chomping at the bit to do some more maths instead of playing FIFA.

Aye, because all kids are sitting on their arse playing FIFA all day.

Plenty kids want back.

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Have to bear in mind they're exclusively using Pfizer as well up till now iirc 
But of course its fantastic news. 
What's happening with them re restrictions? 
If you're Palestinian, all the usual ones still apply.

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Just now, TheScarf said:

Fucking variants man.  f**k off.

Going to be a monumental climb down / face saving exercise when they predictably turn out to be an utter irrelevance

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1 minute ago, Todd_is_God said:

Going to be a monumental climb down / face saving exercise when they predictably turn out to be an utter irrelevance

It's all we fucking hear about now.  

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Just now, FrankReynolds said:

31k vaccinated. Best Sunday yet. Bit of a difference between 150 and 31k and the fact you believed only 150 people were vaccinated yesterday is bloody mental. 

I assumed it was a shite joke tbh

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6 minutes ago, craigkillie said:

The "yer da" generation are not the elderly, but more the 40-60ish age group.

Yes, I suppose so.

However, my da's 81.

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"Children are desperate to get back to school"
Utter bollocks
Literally no child is chomping at the bit to do some more maths instead of playing FIFA.
All the parents of school age kids I know are unanimous that the kids are bored stiff. I suspect a fair chunk would like to get back if only to alleviate that boredom.

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Just now, TheScarf said:

It's all we fucking hear about now.  

The alternative is to start being cautiously optimistic about what the vaccine may allow to happen within the next 3-6 months. It comes across as barrel scraping to keep the negative message alive.

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1 minute ago, Todd_is_God said:

I assumed it was a shite joke tbh

Fair enough. I did find it hard to believe someone would believe that

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4 minutes ago, Billy Jean King said:
15 minutes ago, Todd_is_God said:
"Children are desperate to get back to school"
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Literally no child is chomping at the bit to do some more maths instead of playing FIFA.

All the parents of school age kids I know are unanimous that the kids are bored stiff. I suspect a fair chunk would like to get back if only to alleviate that boredom.

I accept that they may be bored (i'm bored), but missing social interaction places them in the same category as literally everyone else.

They are not bored because they aren't sitting in a classroom doing 50 minutes of algebra per day, nor are they desperate to be doing so.

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However, a vaccine resistant variant is so unlikely that building open ended policy around it, and the constant references to it, just annoys people.

Is it though? The AstraZeneca vaccine has been shown to be ineffective against the 501.V2 variant.

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I accept that they may be bored (i'm bored), but missing social interaction places them in the same category as literally everyone else.
They are not bored because they aren't sitting in a classroom doing 50 minutes of algebra per day, nor are they desperate to be doing so.
Just as a matter of interest how many kids do you have ?

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1 minute ago, Billy Jean King said:
12 minutes ago, Todd_is_God said:
"Children are desperate to get back to school"
Utter bollocks emoji23.pngemoji23.pngemoji23.png
Literally no child is chomping at the bit to do some more maths instead of playing FIFA.

All the parents of school age kids I know are unanimous that the kids are bored stiff. I suspect a fair chunk would like to get back if only to alleviate that boredom.

Let them out to play with their mates then.

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Just now, DiegoDiego said:


Is it though? The AstraZeneca vaccine has been shown to be ineffective against the 501.V2 variant.

It's been shown to be slightly less effective at preventing people catching it, but as far as i'm aware it is still doing it's job at limiting serious illness / death.

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2 minutes ago, Todd_is_God said:

I accept that they may be bored (i'm bored), but missing social interaction places them in the same category as literally everyone else.

They are not bored because they aren't sitting in a classroom doing 50 minutes of algebra per day, nor are they desperate to be doing so.

Just a thought, but given that we're talking about thousands and thousands of people, might it be possible that they don't all feel exactly the same way?

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2 minutes ago, DiegoDiego said:


Is it though? The AstraZeneca vaccine has been shown to be ineffective against the 501.V2 variant.

Has it?  What research paper was this as the only thing that I saw was that it had been tested on younger people and did not stop mild symptons.

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