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Loco Rojo

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  1. Yeah I think it's a little more rushed than the 1st season too. Perhaps their new owners didn't want Netflix around as much when the season started to unfold after Maja left.
  2. Question though - was that Marketing girl fired at the end of episode 3 (I think?). You could see it was coming if she was, given her interviews during the episode and her responses when being asked what the ticket sales were for that Boxing day match!
  3. Just about to start episode 5. Really enjoying it and would recommend it if you haven't seen it. Having said that, so pleased City haven't done one of these. That Will Grigg saga on deadline day shows what it's like when things get desperate. Bloody hell.
  4. Did anyone catch the Twitter Q&A to him the other night? Be interested to know what was asked and if he gave any hints as to if he'd like to stay. (Apologies if already posted elsewhere)
  5. Not being funny, but (if this is true) then people like this do need to be hounded and embarrassed, as too do the other idiots that are being reported over the weekend to be doing dumb sh-ite and ignoring the governments advice. I do agree with your comment about the media in this country though being despicable but in this instance (again if this story is correct and he was involved) then he and others are free game for them to go after and make an example of. At the moment there are too many people ignoring the advice and thinking they can carry on as normal and do what they like. All people are being asked to do is stay at home and watch TV - hardly asking the impossible is it.
  6. https://www.theguardian.com/football/2020/mar/29/police-investigate-after-jack-grealish-pictured-at-traffic-incident I'm sure someone borrowed or stole his Range Rover and he was self isolating at home because he wouldn't thick enough to do something like this! Especially as he'd released a video prior to this telling us common folk to stay at home.
  7. Assuming Doctors and scientists can be 100% certain that once you've had it you cant get it again.
  8. Yeah, I think that's the same with mine. Pretty sure BT sport is free included in the package I pay for (ironic but you know what I mean). Now it's making me wonder if thats possible. If BT sport isn't free with some Virgin packages I'm inclined to 'pause/suspend' mine too.
  9. Good point and I completely agree mate. I just remember hearing how much athletes prepare over such a long time for just this one moment. I have complete sympathy for them and it must be so difficult, but this (unfortunately) is a bigger issue. Also, Seb Coe should be ashamed and hang his head in shame, still waiting to make a decision. Really can't stand that bloke. Talk about self absorbed. Teeeeeewat!
  10. They seem to care more about the money they've spent preparing the country and the financial impact rather than the health impacts. Yeah you can argue that athletes have trained for years for this moment also being a case for this to go ahead, but in wonder how many of them want to risk their health, or compete in empty venues. Why this wasnt postponed / cancelled whilst there are bigger more important things to focus on says a lot about the IOC.
  11. Where's Big Tone with a summary?
  12. It's all unknown isn't. Your question about the lockdown being longer term has much more economic impacts of people losing jobs/going out of business which could very well mean huge unemployment and possibly homelessness and then how does the country feed people? Lots of hypothesis which are all unknown, but what we do know (although the media aren't reporting it very well because it doesn't sell papers) is that the vast majority of people ony get mild symptoms and are recovering.
  13. Don't forget though. The majority of those that do get it, recover and (hopefully) build up an immunity to it. In some way there is probably a benefit to getting it so that you build up resistance. Appreciate that's not best for the minority at all. The flip side to forcing everyone (who hasn't had it) to self isolate though is that they won't get it or potentially build an immunity to it and therefore there could still be a risk when restrictions are lifted that it'll all spread again. The modeling scientists and doctors are doing is hypothetical based in lots of data and previous events but they dont actually know how this will pan out.
  14. Won't happen. Coordinating that many people to be free on the same date must be a nightmare. (Which makes it all the more worse that City messed that up given they did get so many in one place at the same time).
  15. I thought when they came out, they'd walk around the pitch or something so when they were taken back inside I thought maybe something at half time. That was a huge anti climax and could've been done so easily, so much better. The club missed a huge trick today to make it a real special event at a time when the club needs a lift.
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