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Off Topic / Re: Coronavirus
« Last post by RicoS321 on Today at 08:10:12 AM »
Fucking impressive from Bojo last night. Top gaslighting. An entire nation. Trump couldn't have managed that one. Has anyone ever found that Russia investigation that got released just before the election?

Edit: it must be calculated though? To get the British public to properly ignore the lockdown and begin pursuing the herd immunity once again. Then blame them for the inevitable second waves. Expect a big attack on teachers in the coming days too when they fail to return on 1st June in engurland.
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Aberdeen Football Club / Re: New 20/21 Home & Away strips
« Last post by TheDeeDon on Yesterday at 09:35:46 AM »
I normally buy the two loons a top each year, but been advised by both they don't want either of them.

I don't wear tops myself, something not right about grown folk, not usually in the best of shape, wearing these thing to games, but each to their own, just my take on things.  The fact that two young lads who are Aberdeen daft not wanting either of these tops might be an indicator of how bad they look.

I agree about the sponsor logo looking bad and looks very bad on the new away strip.

Watching the 82 Cup Final on the BBC last weekend and not seeing sponsors on our tops was very refreshing, but sadly they are not going to go away.
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Off Topic / Re: Coronavirus
« Last post by TheDeeDon on Yesterday at 09:28:38 AM »
Well,the ugly dweeb should be arrested for looks alone,but tbh can we nae get away fae the constant finger pointing and discuss what our next options are.Weve a shite generation of politicians,we get it

  Theres talk of a potential vaccine by September,but we cant pin our hopes on that since no vaccine has been found for any of the other Coronaviruses,eg Sars,Mers etc(just to cheer you up),and with talk of a second wave in Autumn - is another lockdown an option?,Others are saying the virus may have already peaked,we still don't really know the right thing to do,so where's the cut off point where the damage to the economy and normal life does more harm than the virus itself? Eg cancer/heart patients delayed treatments causing premature death,or the knock on effect in the third world causing starvation because our,and their Western reliant economies are in depression.
    If all weve done is kept the virus at bay,and scientific opinion being so fragmented,confronting and learning quickly how to live with it seems the less dangerous option to living in fear, if we can protect the vulnerable better than we have done,and develop smart systems of work.Whatever Boris and co decide to do, as much will depend how the public and businesses think on the hoof once restrictions ease? 

Only an assumption here, but I believe that other COVID strains have never had a vaccine because it never hit the Western nations as bad as this COVID 19 strain has, so there will be more money and more importantly more of the the right research now being done looking into getting a virus vaccine, which I am sure they will at some point.

As for Cumming, even if they do sack him, he will still be pulling the strings behind the scenes anyway until a period of time lapses and he will be back in the fold once again. The bigger problem we have is Bojo, his terrible cabinet and the many millions who voted for him in December and still would if we went again.

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Off Topic / Re: Coronavirus
« Last post by Kowalski on Yesterday at 08:52:15 AM »
A bit of blue on blue as Steve Baker goes in studs up:

https://thecritic.co.uk/boris-must-take-back-control/
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Off Topic / Re: Coronavirus
« Last post by Elgindon on May 23, 2020, 09:23:03 PM »
 Well,the ugly dweeb should be arrested for looks alone,but tbh can we nae get away fae the constant finger pointing and discuss what our next options are.Weve a shite generation of politicians,we get it

  Theres talk of a potential vaccine by September,but we cant pin our hopes on that since no vaccine has been found for any of the other Coronaviruses,eg Sars,Mers etc(just to cheer you up),and with talk of a second wave in Autumn - is another lockdown an option?,Others are saying the virus may have already peaked,we still don't really know the right thing to do,so where's the cut off point where the damage to the economy and normal life does more harm than the virus itself? Eg cancer/heart patients delayed treatments causing premature death,or the knock on effect in the third world causing starvation because our,and their Western reliant economies are in depression.
    If all weve done is kept the virus at bay,and with scientific opinion being so fragmented,confronting and learning quickly how to live with it seems the less dangerous option to living in fear, if we can protect the vulnerable better than we have done,and develop smart systems of work.Whatever Boris and co decide to do, as much will depend how the public and businesses think on the hoof once restrictions ease? 

   

 

 

 
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Off Topic / Re: Coronavirus
« Last post by Kowalski on May 23, 2020, 09:12:38 PM »
Seems the Daily Mirror and Guardian have found witnesses saying he effectively did a small tour of the local area.
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2020/may/23/new-witnesses-cast-doubt-on-dominic-cummingss-lockdown-claims

Yep. I just can’t see him surviving, even by this Governments standards, this will run for a while yet. If it reaches PMQs then Starmer will pick the bones out of it no problem.

They can’t tell people to self isolate for 7 days, and 14 for the whole household, just to go ahead and do their own thing.

It’s amazing BoJo is getting away with sending stooges to face the music every evening.
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Aberdeen Football Club / Re: New 20/21 Home & Away strips
« Last post by puregenius on May 23, 2020, 08:26:29 PM »
I know time moves on but sticking a sponsor's logo on the front doesn't half cheapen a shirt. I agree the Sweden shirt looks great but I think part of the reason is the lack of a logo.
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Off Topic / Re: Coronavirus
« Last post by tom_widdows on May 23, 2020, 08:17:40 PM »
Seems the Daily Mirror and Guardian have found witnesses saying he effectively did a small tour of the local area.
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2020/may/23/new-witnesses-cast-doubt-on-dominic-cummingss-lockdown-claims

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Off Topic / Re: Coronavirus
« Last post by RicoS321 on May 23, 2020, 06:54:14 PM »
They're fairly weak questions, they'll be easily batted off and ignored. They'll be gone by next week. They miss a fairly obvious question. Everyone else in Britain was under the impression that if you got sick, your child would isolate in the house with you and be in danger of contracting the illness and witness to your suffering and a bit neglected until you were better. Was it always government policy that you could ship your kids off to relatives when sick? Were the families of children who have since contracted the more serious - for kids - Kawasaki disease aware that they weren't obliged to put their kids in harm's way?
For me, these offences are small and require only an apology and remorse, similarly Ferguson and the Scottish wifie. I don't expect them to be infallible. Cummings hasn't shown even that. Fucking cretin.
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Aberdeen Football Club / Re: New 20/21 Home & Away strips
« Last post by Panda on May 23, 2020, 05:50:38 PM »
I'm now making a third post about the strip, which is more than I've ever posted about any strip.

Was looking at the new Sweden strip, which is the same template, but theirs has a few wee tweaks to it - the position of the stripes and adding a lighter blue hoop to the sleeve rather than having a big block in one colour like us.

Maybe it's just that yellow and blue suits that strip more than red and white, but Sweden's looks far better.








Also, Sweden's away strip is also a cracker.



Anyway, we can't change it now. The 2013/14 strip was also crap and we won a trophy in it.
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