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6 minutes ago, Buce said:

 

That is palpabably untrue.

 

Any increase in effort causes an increase in rate of respiration.

Clearly a jogger emits more air per second than a walker, but does he emit more air per yard?  They breathe faster but move faster as well, so the increased breath is partially - or wholly, even? offset by the reduced time they are passing.

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4 minutes ago, The Blur said:

 

That is a fair point.   My main concern was that the government were rushing the vaccination through by their decision to increase the interval between two dosages and lack of documentation for the vaccination cards which made me wondered whether if there are any corner cutting in the whole process to meet their targets/promises as they have a track record of questionable decision making.  I just hope everyone do get adequate protection in the end and that the decisions were made for right reasons.  

 

However like you said and on the reflection afterwards,  I am still grateful nervetheless for my family and my health and also for service users that I work with health as well.   

 

Apologies if I came across as ungrateful and selfish.   Just needed to have a quick vent to clear my head and get on with my life.   Stay safe fellow.  

tbh they have rushed the vaccine through but and its a big but, its gone through all the correct processess to get the go ahead, and the increased interval between the 2 jabs is there as i think more people will be able to have it(given the 1 jab gives a decent % of protection against covid)so more ppl having protection is better all around

i doubt theyd ve cutting corners with this as its too important and there would be quite the uproar imo,

 

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Ugh you can feel the squirm. 

 

Proper slime ball is Hancock. Pretty sure he would garner more respect if he was just honest. The fact he dodges the question several times is pretty much telling anyway. 

 

 

 

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23 minutes ago, The Blur said:

 

That is a fair point.   My main concern was that the government were rushing the vaccination through by their decision to increase the interval between two dosages and lack of documentation for the vaccination cards which made me wondered whether if there are any corner cutting in the whole process to meet their targets/promises as they have a track record of questionable decision making.  I just hope everyone do get adequate protection in the end and that the decisions were made for right reasons.  

 

However like you said and on the reflection afterwards,  I am still grateful nervetheless for my family and my health and also for service users that I work with health as well.   

 

Apologies if I came across as ungrateful and selfish.   Just needed to have a quick vent to clear my head and get on with my life.   Stay safe fellow.  

Good post mate. As has been said, the extension of the interval between the two doses will enable more people to at least have the first dose and thereby get some protection.

The interval for the Pffeizer is ten weeks between 

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3 minutes ago, StanSP said:

Ugh you can feel the squirm. 

 

Proper slime ball is Hancock. Pretty sure he would garner more respect if he was just honest. The fact he dodges the question several times is pretty much telling anyway. 

 

 

 

You still searching for faults Stan?

I’d imagine Hancock’s bloody job this year is a completely unenviable task.

Maybe you should go into politics if you think you could do better?

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8 minutes ago, Col city fan said:

You still searching for faults Stan?

I’d imagine Hancock’s bloody job this year is a completely unenviable task.

Maybe you should go into politics if you think you could do better?

Did you not watch the video? lol

 

I'm not sure what it has to do with coronavirus, probably belongs in the politics thread to be honest. That interview is ridiculous though! What it does show is his unbelievable arrogance and refusal to accept he's in the wrong. 

 

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Just now, filbertway said:

Did you not watch the video? lol

 

I'm not sure what it has to do with coronavirus, probably belongs in the politics thread to be honest. That interview is ridiculous though! What it does show is his unbelievable arrogance and refusal to accept he's in the wrong. 

 

Could be in either thread to be honest. 

 

Can you stop searching for faults though :ph34r:

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10 minutes ago, Voll Blau said:

"Searching for faults?" Didn't have to look too hard, did he? lol

 

If Hancock (or any politician of any colour for that matter) is going to go and puff himself up on national TV like he's done these kids a favour then the least he can do is explain why he didn't bother to do so in the first place.

He didn't even 'not bother' though; he actively voted against it! What a plum.

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17 minutes ago, StanSP said:

Huh? 

 

Can they not be brought to question on their job then? I've not once denied they're in a tough job but it was a simple question to answer and he dodged it like the smarmy person he is. 

 

If you want to defend them on the basis 'it's a tough job, leave them alone, don't hurt their feelings' then so be it. But don't try and stop me or anyone else bringing stuff like this up just because you don't like seeing it. 

I’m no fan of Hancock whatsoever. 
But I’m making the point that his job this year must be ridiculously tough and that you can always find faults if you look. In this case it’s obvious. I don’t agree for instance that the Minister for Health has never worked in Health (that I know of)

Again, if you feel so strongly about what is being done and said then why don’t you do something about it and get yersen into politics? Channel your frustration into something that could actually make a difference. 

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Just now, Dahnsouff said:

Say what now :blink: 

Isn`t this the cornerstone of democratic systems?  

 

 

 

What? That you can't criticise the government unless you are a politician yourself?

 

No, I think that's the opposite of democracy tbh.

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12 minutes ago, ealingfox said:

 

What? That you can't criticise the government unless you are a politician yourself?

 

No, I think that's the opposite of democracy tbh.

You can criticise of course, there was never in question. If you want to drive change you certainly do not achieve that by gobbing off on a forum (Albeit the MIGHTY FOXESTALK)

You get yourself involved in the political process

 

 

Do people seriously think that social media is some sort of political gateway??  :blink:

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5 minutes ago, StanSP said:

No and I don't think anyone is saying that? 

Are you seriously suggesting that I have the wrong end of the stick?  How rude lol

 

But seriously, although it was not my place to respond to @ealingfox on his reply to @Col city fan, but I read it as a refusal to recognise that getting involved more actively in politics was not a valid approach (As per this quote)

 

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Again, if you feel so strongly about what is being done and said then why don’t you do something about it and get yersen into politics? Channel your frustration into something that could actually make a difference. 

To which Ealing replied

 

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This is just a completely stupid non-argument Col.

 

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35 minutes ago, Col city fan said:

I’m no fan of Hancock whatsoever. 
But I’m making the point that his job this year must be ridiculously tough and that you can always find faults if you look. In this case it’s obvious. I don’t agree for instance that the Minister for Health has never worked in Health (that I know of)

Again, if you feel so strongly about what is being done and said then why don’t you do something about it and get yersen into politics? Channel your frustration into something that could actually make a difference. 

When you - or anyone else - has a little moan about LCFC (justified or otherwise), is the de facto response to encourage them to get their FA badges so they can 'make a difference'? 

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2 minutes ago, egg_fried_rice said:

When you - or anyone else - has a little moan about LCFC (justified or otherwise), is the de facto response to encourage them to get their FA badges so they can 'make a difference'? 

Depends, Are you moaning or expecting change?

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