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Josh Taylor the Scottish boxer just shared some anti-vax stuff on Instagram including 'Shoutout to my immune system. I know everyone is acting like you don't exist, but I still believe in you'. I mean where to begin with thinking having a vaccine means forgetting about your immune system. :anguish:

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15 minutes ago, Inferior Acuña said:

Josh Taylor the Scottish boxer just shared some anti-vax stuff on Instagram including 'Shoutout to my immune system. I know everyone is acting like you don't exist, but I still believe in you'. I mean where to begin with thinking having a vaccine means forgetting about your immune system. :anguish:

Its a shame that possibily the best boxer of his generation is such a fucking test.

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Pretty funny at my work.  Can't go into too much detail but basically the companies are "making" you get the vax otherwise to come and work here it's a total fucking ballache of isolations and those of us with the vax can just swan through no bother.  So all these antivaxx fucking dickheads are now having to choose between getting the vax and working relatively normally, having to isolate for 2 days at your own expense before starting work, or not working in the industry anymore.

 

Anyone want to take a wild guess how their principles are holding up?

 

Almost fell out with my cover over it - he was telling me he'd not had the vaxx cause he "has his own ideas" and is not putting something unproven in his body or words to that effect.  Cunt smokes about 400 tabs a day. I mean I guess he's consistent, smoking has been proven to cause cancer :lol:

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34 minutes ago, mrmojorisin75 said:

Pretty funny at my work.  Can't go into too much detail but basically the companies are "making" you get the vax otherwise to come and work here it's a total fucking ballache of isolations and those of us with the vax can just swan through no bother.  So all these antivaxx fucking dickheads are now having to choose between getting the vax and working relatively normally, having to isolate for 2 days at your own expense before starting work, or not working in the industry anymore.

 

Anyone want to take a wild guess how their principles are holding up?

 

Almost fell out with my cover over it - he was telling me he'd not had the vaxx cause he "has his own ideas" and is not putting something unproven in his body or words to that effect.  Cunt smokes about 400 tabs a day. I mean I guess he's consistent, smoking has been proven to cause cancer :lol:

In the old days, someone with daft /stupid views would be laughed at, until they finally relented or became a pariah (see N. Farage Esq.).

Now, with social media, they can go online and 'converse' with millions around the world who have the same stupid views as themselves, thus making them believe their opinion is sensible/valid.

What a fucking mess we've got ourselves into.

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52 minutes ago, Anderson said:

 

 

Remember that whopper claiming “double-jabbed were losing confidence in vaccines”? :lol: 

 

I had a great "discussion" with some relative who are anti-vax, saying its all vaccinated who are dying and I'll need boosters forever, whilst her natural immunity will protect her or some shit. If you've had it and we're lucky enough to not get seriously ill you should 100% get the vaccine to give yourself even more protection. All the wankers spouting nonsense about choice and freedom, yet they don't like it when others use their own choices to exclude people who pose a health risk. I wish they had gone through with vaccine passports but Boris would never do as he's far too weak and soft. 

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13 minutes ago, AyeDubbleYoo said:

TBF it is scary when you hear about waning immunity, so that could count as losing confidence.

 

 

 

 

All immunity will be waning, even those who have had covid and recovered. People are acting like this is the first vaccine that needs a booster shot. It's a choice between letting the random virus mutations happen and see if you're a lucky one, or getting a booster one or twice a year. Actually its not a choice, but some people are being awkward for the sake of it. 

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3 minutes ago, Adam said:

 

All immunity will be waning, even those who have had covid and recovered. People are acting like this is the first vaccine that needs a booster shot. It's a choice between letting the random virus mutations happen and see if you're a lucky one, or getting a booster one or twice a year. Actually its not a choice, but some people are being awkward for the sake of it. 

 

Sure, I get it, I just mean I was attached to numbers like 80% protection and it's scary as it gets lower. I'm not saying it's a valid argument against vaccines. 

 

 

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THRILLING MASK UPDATE

 

Got a Tube train to work this morning that was relatively busy for these unprecedented times. Almost everyone had masks on.

 

Controversially I think the not wearing masks thing has been blown out of proportion a bit. I think there's enough common sense and decency in the British public to know wearing a mask is a good idea in the most crowded of areas and many of those that don't in the most crowded areas had probably stopped a while ago.

 

Many of these others places where people have stopped wearing them I feel have had minimal difference, for example whether someone wears one in a pub when they go to the toilet despite spending almost all of the time there with it off. The most high-risk places to socialise I'd have thought were places like nightclubs, but then the issue there is that they are open rather than people not wearing masks inside. If you are wearing a mask in there you're probably missing the point [emoji38]

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If you're going clubbing its a choice, so wearing a mask is up to you. Same can be said about the pub to an extent, yes its a place for people to socialise but they don't have to go or be indoors. My issue comes when its places people have to visit to live their daily lives, mainly shops and public transport. Why should someone who is vulnerable, or even someone who wants to simply minimise their risk, be forced to find alternatives means as some people won't wear a mask. If you chose not to wear a mask in the pub, thats fine as others there do not need to be there, if you won't wear one out shopping or on the bus then you're making a choice that puts others at risk, when they have no alternative. And no I don't think people should be made to get shopping online as a few people can't put a mask on for 15 minutes. Thats hardly infringing on your freedom.

 

 

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18 hours ago, Adam said:

If you're going clubbing its a choice, so wearing a mask is up to you. Same can be said about the pub to an extent, yes its a place for people to socialise but they don't have to go or be indoors. My issue comes when its places people have to visit to live their daily lives, mainly shops and public transport. Why should someone who is vulnerable, or even someone who wants to simply minimise their risk, be forced to find alternatives means as some people won't wear a mask. If you chose not to wear a mask in the pub, thats fine as others there do not need to be there, if you won't wear one out shopping or on the bus then you're making a choice that puts others at risk, when they have no alternative. And no I don't think people should be made to get shopping online as a few people can't put a mask on for 15 minutes. Thats hardly infringing on your freedom.

 

 

I completely agree on shops and transport. I was more saying the issue is exaggerated slightly because a lot of the population will still listen to guidance and wear masks when they realise the situation is risky enough. If it's an empty bus or train, there wouldn't be much point but I think people still realise when it's a good idea as I was observing in busy Tube trains yesterday. Obviously the British public aren't perfect there, but I'm just not convinced the no mask requirement has the impact people are suggesting.

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Really interesting seeing the religion angle there.

 

A good few of my staff are Eastern European and 90% are massively reluctant to get their jabs.

 

I asked one Romanian guy (who has been double jabbed) why he'd gotten it but others haven't. He reckons they all have Eastern European TV at home and that there are huge anti-vaccine campaigns being ran on national media, including, by the fucking Catholic Church!

 

Suppose death is good for business, eh?

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