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Andyregs

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  1. No, the terrorists were quite clear why they pulled out of the good Friday agreement.
  2. Do we not have free and fair elections? Are the current government not a legitimate government? Should we have photo ID for voting?
  3. She did say that ‘no reasonable person would believe the statement as fact’ it’s in the court documents. The reason is because it’s in the political sphere. Trump tried at least three times to sue the media. And you can, if you can prove what was said has malice and they knew what they said to be untrue. So all she has to do is show the evidence of these algorithms she knows about and the links to Hugo Chavez and she wins. Russia did interfere with the 2016 election. That’s an established fact. We didn’t talk about how it wasn’t possible to interfere, we talked about what republicans claim was not possible. It’s like making out that individual cases of fraud shows that the election needs investigating. And there are sources posted where republicans have been shown to, and talked about, using voter suppression.
  4. Agreed. Have removed the rest of my post.
  5. It’s funny because despite ignoring all the sources provided, you turn to two sources that you have called, on this very thread, biased left wing rags. PragerU isn’t a legitimate source though. https://mediabiasfactcheck.com/prageru/
  6. Not blaming you, none of us had any choice in this apart from the government. You're complicit for believing it to be the right thing to do and and to hell with anything else as long as you feel safe. ‘Not blaming you....you’re complicit’ I’ll assume you’re lashing out because you’re upset so I’ll keep my peace. Ive said more here than I probably should, I’m sorry about your Nan. Edit: removed the rest.
  7. How many more to come unrelated to the virus Doha? 150,000 all died directly of Covid too I presume you checked each individual death certificate. Perhaps you should look in the mirror occasionally before casting aspersions. https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/907616/s0650-direct-indirect-impacts-covid-19-excess-deaths-morbidity-sage-48.pdf https://www.bmj.com/content/372/bmj.n352
  8. What exactly are you blaming us for here? With the greatest of respect, I still haven't been presented with evidence that lockdowns save lives. Lots of 'models ' and guesswork though, so that's ok. The amount of people who are happy to leave their elderly relatives scared and alone sickens me. You have a number of times. Using data from this current pandemic. You just ignore it because it doesn’t fit what you want. By all means explain why the methods in these studies, in the lancet and bmj, are not fit for purpose and tell us what method should be used by them.
  9. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dunning–Kruger_effect
  10. Was a kid when I went to this, so went there far more optimistic than if I went as an adult. I’d seen us beat Tottenham so obviously we could beat Liverpool. We were port vale. A bunch of scallys offered to protect out car for a quid or two. When we returned the car nex to us had its windows out through. They hadn’t apparently been offered the privilege of having their car protected. At that age it hadn’t clicked at what services they were actually offering. I don’t think the fans sat down throughout the whole match. I spent most of it standing on my seat. The crowd pretty much didnt stop singing for 90 mins. I remember at one point the volume went down, I think they had a corner, and dean glover motioned to the crowd to keep going, so the fans must have been driving them forward. Obviously the crowd responded. I remember the van der laan goal but not much else apart from the emotion of the match. Great journey home in the boot of a hatchback of my dads friend, waving my scarf at everybody I assumed were Liverpool fans.
  11. I can’t decide if that last paragraph is serious or if this is a parody account. If it’s serious, then I don’t need to write anything to counter it. You’ve made everything clear enough.
  12. Says the guy who voted for brexit because of all the non European immigrants lol. And again, if you think people are claiming the troubles in Ireland were caused by brexit then I honestly don’t know what else to say. It’s claimed it has made a delicate situation worse. That is an absolute fact. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-56276653 just to be clear: “The LCC represents groups including the Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) and Ulster Defence Association (UDA) - loyalist paramilitary groups responsible for the murders of hundreds of people. The Good Friday Agreement, also known as the Belfast Agreement, was signed in 1998 and marked the effective end of the Troubles in Northern Ireland.“
  13. You can pick a YouTube video of someone telling you anything you want to. Stopped listening after a minute when he claimed that people didn’t realise these tensions already existed for a long time. If you’re going to just make up the most ridiculous straw man to start with I can’t be bothered to listen to the rest. Nobody is saying brexit is the cause of the troubles in NI. It’s just making it worse. It is undeniable that Brexit has angered unionists who feel betrayed. And this issue was predicted 5 years ago by John major and tony Blair. But you knew about it already.
  14. The one part of the 20 man squad limit that I like, is that it will force teams to give younger players more of a chance.
  15. Of course it’s not that every republican voted one way and nationalists/unionists voted the other, but generally republicans voted remain and unionists leave. http://www.niassembly.gov.uk/globalassets/documents/raise/knowledge_exchange/briefing_papers/series6/garry121016.pdf
  16. But newry a very republican area isn’t it? I thought republicans generally were in the remain side anyway (probably to stay aligned with Ireland) while the nationalists were leave? However the whole fiasco has pushed the reunification of Ireland back up into prominence, so it’s no wonder many are willing to accept it. While we now see the nationalists who voted for it calling it the brexit betrayal.
  17. The unionists wanted brexit, or at least the DUP did. I can only assume they believed it would bring a hard border in Ireland and strengthen the union. Instead it has led to a border with the mainland and closer ties to Ireland than the the rest of the uk. Just another in the long list of people who ‘knew what we were voting for’.
  18. Is it worth contacting the supporters club?
  19. Is it worth sharing this on the fans sites of the other clubs he’s played for? Just read the update. So sad, it doesn’t matter who you are, you never know what secret battles people are going through.
  20. We've already had this debate. There are examples with the opposite effect, whereby less or no lockdown has resulted in better outcomes. It's almost as if there is no rhyme or reason to a virus and any attempt to control it are futile and could make things worse. It’s almost as though we should look at a range of countries. Like in the studies you refuse to acknowledge.
  21. I see your point but with a finite budget you have to prioritise. If the budget says we can afford a starting eleven goal scorer or a right back to compete with gibbons then there is only one answer. We’d all like both, but doesn’t mean it will be possible.
  22. Wel, one is making arguments made up of lies about election fraud, the other is arguing what a terrible decision it’s been back up with evidence. If he was arguing that it was a bad decision to elect Biden, then that would be more of a comparison.
  23. No, you think I'm going to be wrong. There's a big difference. No, you were wrong. What you said was factually wrong. You’re just changing the point you’re arguing now. So therefore you'll accept that there is very little need to continue with these measures even now, nevermind in two months? No not at all. Amazing how you can make that jump. It would be a neglect if duty if the highest order to be this close to getting on top of the virus to just pack it all in now. It’s complete nonsense.
  24. Just pointing out that when there is a warning like this it usually comes to pass. I have read other similar comments coming from scientists. I guess we'll see come the 21st June won't we, but I very much doubt you'll admit you were wrong. It’s funny how you say ‘you won’t admit that you’re wrong’ when you have just been proven for a fact that you are wrong.
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