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Q: 2020/2021 Where will we finish up this season?
a. Top Four, Champions League here we come
8%
  
b. 5th-7th Europa League is well within our grasp
5%
  
c. 8th to 14th anywhere in mid table is about right
31%
  
d. We're in a dog fight before a ball has been kicked and we'll do well to finish 17th or just above
28%
  
e. GSB have derailed our season before a ball has been kicked, the Championship beckons
29%
  



stewey 8:40 Mon Nov 9
So will you be taking the new vaccine
Fuck yeah bring it on

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nychammer 3:22 Fri Jan 22
Re: So will you be taking the new vaccine
once everyone over 50 and those with co-morbidities are vaccinated they should do away with the mask mandates and open the economy fully. If anybody didn't want the vaccine good luck to them.

Then its down to personal choice, those under 50 represent under 3 % of total deaths from COVID so the risk is very small

normannomates 2:54 Fri Jan 22
Re: So will you be taking the new vaccine
marshman
Just a personal decision.

Everyone should do what they feel is right.

NO agenda, just my own decision, and that's that

lowermarshhammer 2:49 Fri Jan 22
Re: So will you be taking the new vaccine
Fucks sake Norman thought you had three brain cells and it would be a majority decision.

Tragic that so many good people have been without a life guard at their gene pool for some.time.

normannomates 2:35 Fri Jan 22
Re: So will you be taking the new vaccine
More chance of me taking the knee..

Darlo Debs 1:51 Fri Jan 22
Re: So will you be taking the new vaccine
Was supposed to have had mine Sunday but got postponed to yesterday.

Feels like i have a dead arm ....small price to pay though.

devonhammer 1:18 Fri Jan 22
Re: So will you be taking the new vaccine
Ron Antly 12.42

Measles poses less threat to your kids than the mercury in the vaccine.

Well.....just last night I attended to a 19 yr old patient who was deaf, blind & had learning difficulties

A result of his mum contracting rubella during her pregnant..... congenital rubella syndrome

I guess her mum thought it was 'just' measles

Any Old Iron 1:16 Fri Jan 22
Re: So will you be taking the new vaccine
I won't go near the Pfizer one but I might just have the Oxford one though.
I'm on six kinds of medication for various heart related ailments and from what I've read you can't be sure that the Pfizer vaccine has been thoroughly tested with all of them.

Alfs 1:10 Fri Jan 22
Re: So will you be taking the new vaccine
Are there honestly people on this site who won't have the vaccination?

It's like deciding that if you have a small fire do you use petrol or a fire extinguisher to put it out.

I've been critical of the Government's handling of this but five million vaccines so far is bloody good going.

I'd rather avoid the Pfizer one form what I've read,

zebthecat 1:01 Fri Jan 22
Re: So will you be taking the new vaccine
Ronald_antly 12:42 Fri Jan 22

There's been no mercury in the vaccine for years.

Hello Mrs. Jones 12:57 Fri Jan 22
Re: So will you be taking the new vaccine
Had my first Moderna yesterday in Los Angeles. 28 days to go then its paaarrteeee! (just kidding)

On The Ball 12:56 Fri Jan 22
Re: So will you be taking the new vaccine
Mrs OTB has had the AZ vaccine and had nothing more than a bump on her arm which she'd forgotten about by the next day. She usually suffers with any possible side-effect, so I wasn't looking forward to the aftermath - but she was fine.

riosleftsock 12:50 Fri Jan 22
Re: So will you be taking the new vaccine
Ron

My point is that I'm quite happy for my children to have vaccines that have been tried and tested to avoid illnesses that can cause health problems. Some variants of measles can lead to complications.

Any Old Iron 12:43 Fri Jan 22
Re: So will you be taking the new vaccine
cambsiron - if you don't mind perhaps you could tell us your age and what kind of job you do. Just curious to know why you, as a working age person, should be getting it. I'm guessing it's NHS or similar but it would be interesting to know.

Ronald_antly 12:42 Fri Jan 22
Re: So will you be taking the new vaccine
".. ..but I happily sign up my children for measles ..."

Why?
Do your kids have serious health issues already?

Assuming they do not, if they were to get measles they'd be off school for a week or so (if they are actually allowed in school), and then they'd be back to normal (as near normal as the state will allow).
Measles poses less threat to your kids than the mercury in the vaccine.

cambsiron 12:33 Fri Jan 22
Re: So will you be taking the new vaccine
I had the pfizer vaccine on Tuesday. Blimey, you know you've had it!

Pretty much all of my work colleagues are suffering in some way after having had the vaccine ; headaches, slight fever, wooziness etc. All those things that they say might happen when you have a vaccine but never do.
it's not debilitating but definitely some strange things going on that make me not feel right. I guess it means that it is stimulating an immune response at least!

And it bloody well hurt, not like the flu jab with was nothing more than a scratch. This one is into the deltoid muscle with a heavier needle.

Don't be put off though. West Ham fans are not snowflakes after all. It is likely that you will get the Oxford vaccine and that may not (or may) give the same effects.

Glad I've had it. I expect the same symptoms and more from the second dose.

riosleftsock 12:04 Fri Jan 22
Re: So will you be taking the new vaccine
The Pfizer injection is not a conventional vaccine, but it may well become one in the future. Its a novel treatment that was developed to treat SARS.

I don't think its fair, its probably disingenuous even, to categorise people who are cautious or even suspicious about this treatment as "anti-vaxers". I'm uncomfortable with it as it has not had long term trials and is untested in conjunction with certain other common medications, but I happily sign up my children for measles, BCG etc vaccines as do most others.

yngwies Cat 11:42 Thu Jan 21
Re: So will you be taking the new vaccine
Yep

Queens Fish Bar 11:41 Thu Jan 21
Re: So will you be taking the new vaccine
Yup I have - front line working in vaccination service.

AKA ERNIE 4:58 Thu Jan 21
Re: So will you be taking the new vaccine
Johnson just more oldie lies

Kaiser Zoso 4:48 Thu Jan 21
Re: So will you be taking the new vaccine
I get why some people would be dead set against the idea of having the vaccine - that is their prerogative and they're entitled to come to their own decisions about it. I'm not even surprised certain types are anti vaxers. That tinfoil div from Queensland, for example.

That isn't good enough for them though. They've got to tell everyone else what idiots they think they are, and how clever they themselves are. Almost as if that was the objective from the start.

Mr Kenzo 4:41 Thu Jan 21
Re: So will you be taking the new vaccine
I would have thought Oldie would be targeting a forum where medicine and science are the main talking points. Why he has chosen a FOOTBALL forum to spend hours researching/googling and trawling through Social Media to post his nonsense is beyond me.

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