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  1. Fair enough . Couldn't fail to agree. Think we we're at cross purposes.
  2. A curiously sensitive response to something I clearly didn't say. I'm not even supporting the re-opening of stadia, simply saying if this is going to happen then we have to make our own decisions on whether we attend or not, based on how we perceive the risk and how we can individually minimise it. How that translates into 'do as much as I can as soon as I can, and bring on another lockdown' is beyond me?
  3. Totally agree, but in terms of figures, no one will be able to provide you with a comparative number. I would suggest the risk is significantly less than going to the pub/restaurant, supermarket, using public transport or going to work. It's probably more than pitching a tent on Orkney and staying there for the next 6 months. Like many others I've given up on trying to see the logic in the contradictory advice we've been given and do my own simplistic risk assessment on my current activities. Which is what I was kind of saying in my original post. If you're uncomfortable with the situatio
  4. This is seriously overcomplicating, and if you're that concerned just don't go. I think it's fair that every individual decides the amount of risk they're willing to take based on what we know, but when you agonise over the very small risk involved in washing your hands after having a piss, I'm thinking don't wash your hands then. Problem solved.
  5. reddoc


    Yeah, if ever I want to get better at something I'll get you to bad mouth me on here. Proven to work.
  6. Ok, as you didn’t reply but gave me a , you think what people are going through at the moment is funny?
  7. Hahaha! Do you realise how infantile that comment is? Especially currently, And I’m guessing you mean set back? The ability to criticise a pretty abject performance and cope with adversity in your personal life are entirely separate for most of us that aren’t desperately sad. Saddo
  8. Well... first chance to watch us this season and Bakinson clearly not the second coming and we’re still turgid shit. 2 in the last ten mins won’t change that.
  9. Yep, made it clear I've no time for him. My point is solely that the warning signs were out there way before then, and we possibly should take responsibility for our own actions. I mean if I was planning my life around what Boris does or says, I'd have fifteen kids scattered around the country which to the best of my knowledge isn't the case
  10. Nah not really, it was all over the news. Didn't need to get out the runes to work that one out. When I was leaving France, the first few cases had appeared in a chalet down the road. As for the grass on College Green, or the annoying little Swede, no interest, I was just agreeing with Nogdad
  11. Yep, quite right Nogbad. I remember sitting for hours in a crowded departure lounge in France at the beginning of feb feeling quite uneasy due to the rapid escalation of this crisis,which was undoubtedly going to hit us shortly. Pretty much gave up football, pubs etc when I got back. I have no affection for Boris at all, but blaming him for not being able to see what was happening around you is laughable.
  12. Not sure who you support is relevant to this. It's simply a question of value for money. If any product I buy is of poor quality and the provider/manufacturer gives inadequate customer service and fails to acknowledge or rectify these faults, then I'd be pretty stupid to carry on buying from them. Now we're undoubtedly viewed as customers and I personally have no faith in the judgement of the owner, board and management of this club. Basically I see no reason to believe there is likely to be any noticeable change in the quality of the product I'm buying.
  13. Actually nothing to do with that, but take your point. Wouldn't miss the money and could have refunded two of my 3 season tickets and still watched the games , but decided I'd let the club keep it. Appoint Holden, I'm out. Not quite that gullible I'm afraid.
  14. Hope he's right but I'm not gonna lose the best part of a grand finding out he wasn't . Having been daft enough to give the club the value of 3 season cards for the last few games of the season, I've regained my sanity and will take the refund.
  15. Very true, bit tongue in cheek, but it is possible to manage your gambling and I did well at York today, thus the comment. However if you want to help me with the drinking I'd be very grateful.
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