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Just now, nelsjfc said:

 

 


"Could".

An absolutely scandalous headline.

 

The shit they come out with is beyond laughable now. I didnt read the article but are they claiming one in three vaccinated people will be killed? Aye right 🤣

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1 hour ago, Todd_is_God said:

This, from that article, shows why knicker wetting about variants is an exercise in futility.

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Did you ever imagine a few years ago that this is the sort of thing you would post on a football forum?

Just curious.  😢

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4 hours ago, No_Problemo said:

You definitely don’t need to have committed a serious crime against another human being to get into prison. 
 

Generaly speaking, the vast majority of criminals have been victims at some point in their lives - so why don’t we talk about those victims, or is it only certain victims!

Committing a crime trumps being a victim.

So to answer your question, I suppose it'd say yes. It is only certain victims.

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4 hours ago, Wee Bully said:

Have you ever been in prison?

If you had, in any capacity, you would know it’s not a doddle.  

We have people on this thread talking about the mental anguish on someone who is in 10 day quarantine, when they can get out 2 or 3 times.  Can you imagine what prison does?

 

As for your last paragraph, I have an easy answer for that.......don't commit a crime.

 

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6 hours ago, Fullerene said:

Did you ever imagine a few years ago that this is the sort of thing you would post on a football forum?

Just curious.  😢

No, but tbh you could apply that to pretty much any post in the General Nonsense forum.

The last 19 months have been absolutely surreal. I can only hope that A - restrictions are lifted soon and never re-introduced and B - this never happens again in our lifetime.

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8 hours ago, GNU_Linux said:

See if I get the kappa variant do I get a free trackie?

What's worse a Kappa trackie or a month in the hospital...

6 minutes ago, Marshmallo said:

 

This whole pandemic has shown scarily how many absolute dangers there are in society.

Worryingly a lot of them in influential posts or have the media's eye.  Just look at those independent sage weirdos as an example.

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This whole pandemic has shown scarily how many absolute dangers there are in society.
Worryingly a lot of them in influential posts or have the media's eye.  Just look at those independent sage weirdos as an example.


It wasn’t a nice change in life.
I think the novelty at the start of it wore off quite quickly. My partner was bored sitting on furlough after a month and I continued to work through it. Nothing changed for me apart from no football or pub.

Anyone who’s openly supporting another lockdown needs fired into the sun.
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13 minutes ago, mizfit said:

 


It wasn’t a nice change in life.
I think the novelty at the start of it wore off quite quickly. My partner was bored sitting on furlough after a month and I continued to work through it. Nothing changed for me apart from no football or pub.

Anyone who’s openly supporting another lockdown needs fired into the sun.

 

I think it shows why our productivity falls behind other developed economies - we have a great many people happy to sit at home, not working and getting an income.  

Tldr; There are too many lazy b*****ds.

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7 hours ago, oaksoft said:

Committing a crime trumps being a victim.

So to answer your question, I suppose it'd say yes. It is only certain victims.

Okay, so a child who is neglected, physically and sexually abused, this causes severe trauma to their brain. Turns eighteen, hasn’t been given the correct support and commits a crime and goes to prison. 

They are now a criminal, and no longer a victim - absolute nonsense! Generally, people committing crimes have been completely failed by society. 
 

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Not usually one for the dull wee anecdotes but the Queen of the Lovejoys is on my train up to Aberdeen. Older woman accosted a young lad for not wearing a mask, said she had spares and tried to give him one of the spares, he said no thanks and she said he was a danger to every passenger on the train. She moved seat and grassed him to the conductor.

Wonder how often this is happening. 

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9 minutes ago, No_Problemo said:

Okay, so a child who is neglected, physically and sexually abused, this causes severe trauma to their brain. Turns eighteen, hasn’t been given the correct support and commits a crime and goes to prison. 

They are now a criminal, and no longer a victim - absolute nonsense! Generally, people committing crimes have been completely failed by society. 
 

There is very little point continuing this with him - once a mind is closed, it is very difficult to open.

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11 minutes ago, No_Problemo said:

Okay, so a child who is neglected, physically and sexually abused, this causes severe trauma to their brain. Turns eighteen, hasn’t been given the correct support and commits a crime and goes to prison. 

They are now a criminal, and no longer a victim - absolute nonsense! Generally, people committing crimes have been completely failed by society. 
 

Both surely?

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