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2 minutes ago, ICTChris said:

You’ll make no gains with that shit. You probably do curls in the squat rack, walk on the treadmill for half an hour and complain to the front desk when someone doing deadlifts makes a noise.

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people only make a noise or drop weights to attract attention, {no longer anywhere near this, but i was once strong enough to pick up 240kgs, i never ever let it clatter onto the floor, that's what fannies do}

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26 minutes ago, Moomintroll said:

Got a Moderna booster yesterday, arm is in agony and got a thunderb*****d of a headache, oddly enough have had to go for a slash 8 or 9 times since mid morning when usually it would only be a couple.

I got mine yesterday and no reaction at all 👍

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I see Swinney has been quoted as saying having football matches with fans at the weekend could’ve been a mistake. I mean, what new info from the last 24 hours tells you this? Are they going to share it? Also, if it was a bad idea then stop it, you are the government. Don’t allow it go ahead and then mump about your own bloody decision a day later.


He was a bumbling mess when I listened to it on the radio. Couldn’t even bring himself to admit that government had made a “mistake.” The whole conversation just reeked of “we are making this up as we go along.”
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My boy in London just got a positive PCR result.  Merry Christmas.  His two flatmates fucked off home as soon as his LFT came back positive so at least he isn’t locked in his bedroom for 10 days.

I reckon we should shut the pubs.  Why should my 23 yo with no symptoms be the only one to suffer?

Thinking of getting him a porn channel subscription for Christmas.  He’s got f**k all else to look forward to.

 

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33 minutes ago, Moomintroll said:

Got a Moderna booster yesterday, arm is in agony and got a thunderb*****d of a headache, oddly enough have had to go for a slash 8 or 9 times since mid morning when usually it would only be a couple.

I had a Pfizer booster Sunday, my side-effects were pretty much the same as the second dose. 

Absolutely knackered for a couple of hours, sore limbs and a stinking sore head the day after.

Would be interesting to know how many people had the same side effects for their booster as they had for their second dose.

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7 minutes ago, Inanimate Carbon Rod said:

Call me a conspiracy theorist if you want but id stick money that Omicron was as a result of cop26 and the data has been manipulated. 

Drakeford has no spine. He also has no chin.

Definitely more plausible than it originating here from a fcking Steps concert at the Hydro! 

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Omicron most likely came from an immuno-compromised patient in South Africa, likely an HIV infected person. The combination of the suppression of immunity and the virus mutates to give us omicron.

The covid 19 conspiracy that no-one even mentions now is the Alpha variant, called the Kent variant at the time, likely came into existence due to experimental treatments on a Covid patient in a UK hospital, specifically some types of blood treatment. I read a really good Twitter thread about it a while back, and it’s never mentioned. Surprising considering the Alpha variant killed tens of thousands of people a year ago. 

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15 hours ago, Todd_is_God said:

Like with vaccine passports, has BJ done NS like a kipper again?

Float the idea amongst the 4 nations, let her insatiable desire to get in first take over, guage the reaction, then come out nearer the time and say the data doesn't support it?

Journos were saying yesterday it was when, not if, for rule of six etc again. I still think it's borderline political suicide for him if so. If they hold their nerve though then it's like we're another experiment to show how pointless this all is.

 

15 hours ago, virginton said:

Literally nothing that was announced today will limit people 'getting sick' i.e. having a glorified cold. It simply penalises the vast majority who will be healthy, while stretching out an inevitable wave into March for no fucking purpose. 

It also shows that eventually we're going to have to drop the testing obsession so people carrying it, but don't know as no symptoms, can go about their lives - and so can those with the sniffles if they choose to, just like with any other respiratory illness.

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I might be missing something but I was considering not going for my booster which was earlier tonight. When I mentioned to two people that I was thinking this, they both said “you need to get it to help other people”. Still trying to work out why this is the case? I have had covid and had no symptoms (I’m an athlete) so I know I won’t be affected should I get it again. Why would me not getting the booster make a difference to anyone else? I can still get it and pass it on even without the booster

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5 minutes ago, Aufc said:

I might be missing something but I was considering not going for my booster which was earlier tonight. When I mentioned to two people that I was thinking this, they both said “you need to get it to help other people”. Still trying to work out why this is the case? I have had covid and had no symptoms (I’m an athlete) so I know I won’t be affected should I get it again. Why would me not getting the booster make a difference to anyone else? I can still get it and pass it on even without the booster

Because simps.

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Ok, just back from a family funeral, so didn't see the announcement or experience the "joys" of watching this thread develop since. 

If the rest of it are anything like the first few post-announcement pages, I'm reminded of three things. 

1) why many football fans are held in such utter contempt by wide sections of the population,

2) why, on public health matters, I'm glad that politicians seek guidance from folk like health professionals and not from what pass for sentient beings on a football forum and

3) why, when folk like us have health concerns, we go to doctors and don't instead phone Radio Scotland's Sportsound or Radio effin Clyde.

I'll leave you to have a good seethe and instead of witnessing any more stupidity in print I'll go and open the bottle of malt which was the last present I received from the dearly departed. 

 

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Ok, just back from a family funeral, so didn't see the announcement or experience the "joys" of watching this thread develop since. 
If the rest of it are anything like the first few post-announcement pages, I'm reminded of three things. 
1) why many football fans are held in such utter contempt by wide sections of the population,
2) why, on public health matters, I'm glad that politicians seek guidance from folk like health professionals and not from what pass for sentient beings on a football forum and
3) why, when folk like us have health concerns, we go to doctors and don't instead phone Radio Scotland's Sportsound or Radio effin Clyde.
I'll leave you to have a good seethe and instead of witnessing any more stupidity in print I'll go and open the bottle of malt which was the last present I received from the dearly departed. 
 


State of this c**t.

HaHaHa tHe SeEthE haAhaAh
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It also show that eventually we're going to have to drop the testing obsession so people carrying it, but don't know as no symptoms, can go about their lives - and so can those with the sniffles if they choose to, just like with any other respiratory illness.


There will be a role for testing in key sectors like health and social care for some time to come.

I'm not particularly concerned about testing itself but the obsession with the numbers testing positive. If you are doing testing then it should be the positivity rate that is part of the decision-making process not overall numbers. Even then it should only be seen as one metric not the main metric.

For me the real figures that matter are those being admitted into hospital/ICU because of Covid (not with Covid) and deaths due to Covid (not with Covid).

The figures that the Scottish Government won't publish.

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