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Bouncearoundtheground

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  1. It is on the front page of the sun and held aloft by Piers Morgan on Good Morning Britain this morning as he went a Bristol City red in howling, spitting anger As much as what he looks to have done is wrong it is much more twisted that this kind of story is music to media’s ears, and they will blow the thing 10x out of proportion until it’s completely degraded a 23 year olds career. I’ve worked in journalism and these type of headlines get thought out to maximise every last bit of outrage they can get out the public. Personally it doesn’t bother me, he’s a footballer and not a very influential one. There’s much bigger things to be worrying about at the moment.
  2. Seems like the despicable mainstream media in this country have chosen their next victim to be hounded and destroyed from pillar to post
  3. I don’t think society will ever be the same again, but that isn’t necessarily a negative. There had to be a shift in the mindset, a reality check. Self efficiency, community and adequate health care seem more important now than they ever have and that’s because they are the back bone of ANY society. The trouble is, we’ve been completely de-moralised and chipped away at as a population, led to believe and fight for things that are so minuscule in meaning that we’ve forgotten what really matters. Maybe this will remind us, it’s probably our last chance.
  4. You can’t get a better cheese and onion than Clarks. Never from chip shop or somewhere weird though, van, North street shop or nothing. **** the ones in the ground
  5. Statement from local music venue and pub Louisiana. Are you calling them liars?
  6. I don’t think anyone expects this to even go on for two years (from now) (probably because it will come to a peak in a far shorter period than that)
  7. I agree fully with the last sentence however it is worth noting that Italy has the oldest population in Europe and the second oldest in the world. That mortality rate doesn’t represent the wider number
  8. Would anyone actually want to see city go up on the tele in an empty Wembley?
  9. Counting 15 years is a bit harsh. Was he meant to be banging the goals in when he was 10?
  10. An older patient with prior health problems. Very sad, but there will be more I think the UK has done the right things so far, you can’t call this a failure on the NHS part if even if the worst case scenario of 80% of the population catching the virus happens. Very very difficult to contain and how far it spreads will now come down to the peoples actions rather than the governments.
  11. I believe Lee will walk in the summer and it will come out as some sort of mutual consent.
  12. Noticed a lot of other forums have banned virus talk until fixtures etc are confirmed to be cancelled to stop hysteria and scaremongering. Liverpool being one. Might be an idea to do so here and leave your post pinned? Just a thought
  13. I don’t think the extinction of the human race is really a question anyone’s asking, more how severely this will effect global economy and for how long it will effect day to day living
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