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smith
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11417 posts since 5/5/04

26 Jul 2021 11:00
RickRude wrote: Crazy how no one is critical of Smith’s crazy ramblings

Crazy how no one is critical of the crazy ramblings at the weekend rally but you're quick to point the finger at me.
smith
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11417 posts since 5/5/04

26 Jul 2021 11:11
RickRude wrote: “Us” versus “them” - wow

"NHS doctors & nurses" likened to "hung Nazis at Nuremberg" - wow
RickRude
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3910 posts since 13/1/12

posted 26 Jul 2021 12:35, edited 26 Jul 2021 12:35
Errrm you said take away the freedoms of people not having vaccines - now your lobbing all people into the same boat as someone who made that stupid comment.

I think some things go without saying “the comment”.

You also said the take away freedoms comment before the rally iirc.

Get a grip man.

smith
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11417 posts since 5/5/04

26 Jul 2021 13:15
You're still crying as if I had said make them mandatory. Why don't you pick on other posters who said exactly the same as me? The rights of unvaccinated people are already hindered by the government because they pose more of a risk to the vaccinated just by breathing in the same space. I'm all for keeping the two groups separate.

Go cry some more.
RickRude
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3910 posts since 13/1/12

26 Jul 2021 13:36
Typical ad hominem attack which is always the case in this group - I'm merely pointing out the blanket statements you are making and trying to make you see how "privileged" they sound.

I think "us" versus "them" and taking away rights - and now even breathing in the same space - what's next - looking at you?

Again - you said it - keeping the two groups separate - you know that this poses all sorts of long term issues - or you not thought about that and only yourself?





smith
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11417 posts since 5/5/04

26 Jul 2021 14:04
RickRude wrote: and now even breathing in the same space - what's next - looking at you?

FFS Laughing out loud

We can certainly review that if covid ever mutates and starts travelling from eyeballs to another persons body. Laughing out loud

RickRude wrote: Again - you said it - keeping the two groups separate - you know that this poses all sorts of long term issues - or you not thought about that and only yourself?

As if covid hasn't caused enough already. The rules aren't even that strict for the unvaccinated right now. But if we can persuade a lot of idiots who get their news from social media to finally take up the vaccine by making the rules more stringent, then I'm all for it.

Currently 55% of the UK population is vaccinated. 75% would be a good number to help stop the spread and keep us ALL out of future lockdowns. Now that would be much better for the economy and pose less long term issues.
swede
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9891 posts since 21/3/09

26 Jul 2021 15:19
RickRude wrote: Weird how no one is critical of Smith’s crazy ramblings.

“Us” versus “them” - wow

Because I do agree with him to an extent. The fewer unvaccinated people around me the better
-DiscoTits-
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945 posts since 26/11/07

26 Jul 2021 20:33
Feel totally back to normal today. Weird how wiped out I was yesterday and today was totally fine. Happy to be double jabbed and hopefully can go and enjoy a beach holiday soon.
TROYBOY
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922 posts since 28/2/12

26 Jul 2021 20:44
smith wrote:
RickRude wrote: and now even breathing in the same space - what's next - looking at you?

FFS Laughing out loud

We can certainly review that if covid ever mutates and starts travelling from eyeballs to another persons body. Laughing out loud

RickRude wrote: Again - you said it - keeping the two groups separate - you know that this poses all sorts of long term issues - or you not thought about that and only yourself?

As if covid hasn't caused enough already. The rules aren't even that strict for the unvaccinated right now. But if we can persuade a lot of idiots who get their news from social media to finally take up the vaccine by making the rules more stringent, then I'm all for it.

Currently 55% of the UK population is vaccinated. 75% would be a good number to help stop the spread and keep us ALL out of future lockdowns. Now that would be much better for the economy and pose less long term issues.

i bet if we got to 75%, there would be those that would want 85, then 95, the 100.
this will never go away no mater the number of vaccinated to be fair anyway
RickRude
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3910 posts since 13/1/12

posted 26 Jul 2021 23:02, edited 26 Jul 2021 23:02
Why is no one against this - so many people scared to open their mouths.

LFC
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5676 posts since 14/6/11

27 Jul 2021 05:10
Do you mean in general Rick or on a forum full of middle-aged men?
ismvil
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1882 posts since 16/9/11

27 Jul 2021 05:15
The latter I suspect
swede
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9891 posts since 21/3/09

27 Jul 2021 09:47
RickRude wrote: Why is no one against this - so many people scared to open their mouths.

Because most people agree that arguing with people who are against vaccines is futile
RickRude
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3910 posts since 13/1/12

posted 27 Jul 2021 11:07, edited 27 Jul 2021 11:07
I’m not against vaccines - I’m against the statements made ie us versus them and agreement of medical segregation
Kadafi39
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2011 posts since 30/10/09

27 Jul 2021 12:38
I think most just accept that there is no reasoning with someone who has already made their mind up!

That goes for both groups, those that believe in the science and those that believe its poison too.

I try to be impartial and concede that both sides have valid points, but like most others im just sick of it now and just want it to go away and be something to look back on.
Kingmob07
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9159 posts since 11/5/07

27 Jul 2021 20:04
I'm not for forcing people to get vaccinated, but some of the things coming out of the protests are just embarrassing. References to Nuremberg, Nazi Germany, medical apartheid Puzzled
morning mist
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3521 posts since 29/5/05

27 Jul 2021 21:40
don't get me started on driver's license apartheid Evil Evil
smith
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11417 posts since 5/5/04

posted 28 Jul 2021 11:05, edited 28 Jul 2021 11:05
Looks like the double vaxxed no longer needing to isolate if they've been near a positive case from 16th August. Should be good for persuading a lot more people to get the vaccine Smiling
-DiscoTits-
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945 posts since 26/11/07

28 Jul 2021 18:31
Don't really get the logic on that one above. Double vaxxed can still get and spread it. How is it suddenly OK now to not isolate? Either it always was or it never was.
LFC
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5676 posts since 14/6/11

28 Jul 2021 19:16
How do you know to isolate if you’ve been near someone with it? From the app? Which means you’d have to willingly download it and take instruction from? If you didn’t have that telling you to, you’d never have to isolate anyway?

Vaccination supposedly stops people from getting it too bad that they’d die? But everyone’s already dead who would die from it from last year surely? Which is why not as many are dying now?

I’ve never had a flu jab and never had the flu.

I had what I assume was covid last March then have worked ever since. Never got it again. Kids and Mrs never got it again. I’ve never even taken a covid test.

I find it stranger that people want it than don’t want it.

Smith’s got no kids and never will have so he’s got fuck all to worry about if the side effects come