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Bradley Preen
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Old post #241 posted Jan 12th 2021, 19:38:05 (last edited Jan 12th 2021, 19:42:14 by Bradley Preen) Quote 
well i never said EVERY staff member was nice to others did i.
but 99.99% are
and also i will NEVER give up my passion for the world's greatest heroes

I'd also like to see how other countries' health services are getting along and how life is
i find that stuff quite interesting
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Old post #242 posted Jan 12th 2021, 20:15:46 Quote 
Quote ( Tiago Correia @ January 8th 2021,19:26:07 )

I don't think there would be a worldwide conspiracy to increase death numbers, or cause a economic recession intentionally. But that's me.


Me neither. This went all out of hand. A couple of know-it-all mocking me started speaking of conspiracy.

Quote ( Alessandro Casagrande @ January 8th 2021,20:10:49 )

Between 2007 and 2017 in Italy 5,060 people died of flu, with an average of 460 death per year. Covid-19 is still killing hundreds of people every day in Italy


5,060 from how many infected? I wrote about mortality RATE.

Im gonna repeat in resume:
1) I dont trust the current state of development and testing of THIS kind of vaccines.

2) I dont think governments are handling curfew and lockdowns properly.

3) I think media overreacts and badly informs, thus growing fear in public, who is not caring properly for other health issues.

4) Mortality rate may be 20 times hihger as common flu, as someone pointed out. Still, I think its because its more contagious and not because of the "nastiness" of the virus per se. As Kristy points out , there are severe cases, but they are pretty odd. I would say the majority I know of are asymptomatic. The virus kills old people with conditions, mostly. They would die of common flu too if they didnt have antidodies for that.

5) I do not have the GPRO management skills nor FORUM DABATE SKILLS that Roland has :/
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Old post #243 posted Jan 12th 2021, 20:20:26 Quote 
Quote ( Bradley Preen @ January 12th 2021,19:38:05 )

I'd also like to see how other countries' health services are getting along and how life is
i find that stuff quite interesting


Here public hospital doctors earn arround 250 to 400 USdollars a month, and work for long stressed periods of time. Still, bed occupation is arround 50%.

Lockdown lasted for 9 month but majority of people simply stopped respecting it arround month 5.
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Old post #244 posted Jan 13th 2021, 09:19:46 (last edited Jan 13th 2021, 09:27:02 by Bradley Preen) Quote 
Quote ( Ignacio Belatti @ January 12th 2021,20:20:26 )

Quote ( Bradley Preen @ January 12th 2021,19:38:05 )

I'd also like to see how other countries' health services are getting along and how life is
i find that stuff quite interesting

Here public hospital doctors earn arround 250 to 400 USdollars a month, and work for long stressed periods of time. Still, bed occupation is arround 50%.

Lockdown lasted for 9 month but majority of people simply stopped respecting it arround month 5.
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That is a lot better than the uk at the moment
the uk has about 80% filled beds eeeeek
but the vaccine has been given to 2.4 Million people that isn't me
hope it isn't a jab i hate jabs
i think nhs get around 600 us dollars i'm not sure

my immune system is in the top 10% of 25 year olds so that helps a lot but the march case was horrific

In england we have more than 40000 cases a day
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Old post #245 posted Jan 13th 2021, 09:33:39 Quote 
Well I can tell you its a really small needle but I literally didn't feel a think
Also with Immune system, you can have the best immune system in the world and still be bed bound by the virus. It effects everyone in different ways.
I can also tell you wages. It depends on which band pay bracket you are in. The lowest gets £18,000 a year so barely above minimum, those are the clinical support workers, then nurses can get anything from £25,000 a year for the lowest bracket to a sister getting about £45,000 a year, to the top bracket getting £100,000, but even then that's after 7 years on that band, which starts at £89,000 but they are like head of departments and doctors. For me, im not on a band yet but I'm training towards a wage of £21,000

As you can see we save lifes for a living on the same wage as a footballer gets in a week
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Old post #246 posted Jan 13th 2021, 18:49:33 Quote 
my wife is a band 6, sister in A+E paediatrics at princess alexandra in harlow.. she does some longgggg shifts,, i tip my hat to her...
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Old post #247 posted Jan 13th 2021, 20:29:46 Quote 
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Well I can tell you its a really small needle but I literally didn't feel a think
Also with Immune system, you can have the best immune system in the world and still be bed bound by the virus. It effects everyone in different ways.
I can also tell you wages. It depends on which band pay bracket you are in. The lowest gets £18,000 a year so barely above minimum, those are the clinical support workers, then nurses can get anything from £25,000 a year for the lowest bracket to a sister getting about £45,000 a year, to the top bracket getting £100,000, but even then that's after 7 years on that band, which starts at £89,000 but they are like head of departments and doctors. For me, im not on a band yet but I'm training towards a wage of £21,000

As you can see we save lifes for a living on the same wage as a footballer gets in a week


thanks for the info kyle
handy if i do have the jab
i don't think i will though
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Old post #248 posted Jan 13th 2021, 20:42:39 Quote 
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As you can see we save lifes for a living on the same wage as a footballer gets in a week




Sure but I've never seen a medical professional punt a ball into the back of the net from the middle of the field.
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Old post #249 posted Jan 13th 2021, 20:56:39 (last edited Jan 13th 2021, 20:57:15 by Ankit Jakhar) Quote 
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Sure but I've never seen a medical professional punt a ball into the back of the net from the middle of the field.

this guy needs help.
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Old post #250 posted Jan 13th 2021, 21:53:16 (last edited Jan 13th 2021, 21:53:57 by MG van Rensburg) Quote 
Considering how things going in my country... I highly doubt I'll be taking vaccine.

Well, to be more accurate... I highly doubt I'll actually get a chance to. Covid is fast becoming nothing more than a political weapon for the ruling party here it seems.

Be interesting to get proven wrong.
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Old post #251 posted Jan 13th 2021, 22:06:51 (last edited Jan 13th 2021, 22:11:22 by Amitesh Patnaik) Quote 
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this guy needs help.

He sounds like a perfectly sane person who lacks empathy. Probably admiring his work as he watches this thread explode with a quiet smile of amusement.
The illusion of control over people's reaction seems to be the only thing that makes him feel alive in his boring, melancholic life.
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Old post #252 posted Jan 13th 2021, 23:23:25 Quote 
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Sure but I've never seen a medical professional punt a ball into the back of the net from the middle of the field.

A trainee plumber nearly put in the goal of the season against Joe Hart. Gareth Bale got out performed by a 33 year old PE Teacher. Fairly sure there was an NHS employee in the midfield that game too who mugged off Delle Ali. So I’m fairly confident we could see an NHS employee fire one pass a PL keeper soon
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Old post #253 posted Jan 13th 2021, 23:25:25 Quote 
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A trainee plumber nearly put in the goal of the season against Joe Hart. Gareth Bale got out performed by a 33 year old PE Teacher. Fairly sure there was an NHS employee in the midfield that game too who mugged off Delle Ali. So I’m fairly confident we could see an NHS employee fire one pass a PL keeper soon


Okay then become premier league soccer players rather than plumbers, PE teachers and NHS employees. Simple. I'd do the same but I'm shit at soccer.
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Old post #254 posted Jan 13th 2021, 23:28:09 Quote 
Quote ( Paul Brosnan @ January 13th 2021,23:25:25 )

Okay then become premier league soccer players rather than plumbers, PE teachers and NHS employees. Simple. I'd do the same but I'm shit at soccer.

why bother becoming a full time PL player when you can do it at the weekends for a laugh and still get a shot on target before Tottenham?


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Old post #255 posted Jan 13th 2021, 23:44:12 (last edited Jan 13th 2021, 23:44:50 by Jay De Snoo) Quote 
Quote ( James Hitchen @ January 13th 2021,23:28:09 )

why bother becoming a full time PL player when you can do it at the weekends for a laugh and still get a shot on target before Tottenham?


Well one reason might be the insane salaries, that potentially pay you more in one year than most earn in a lifetime.... But you've got to be good with your feet ;)
Another might be to be extremely safety nowadays, if that's your gig... (yet I don't think the PL serves a lot of obese, copd, heart disease etc that actually are at higher risk ;) )
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Old post #256 posted Jan 13th 2021, 23:50:16 Quote 
Any eleven PL players would beat the best NHS XI they could field.
I'm quite sure of this.

OK, only because the PL guys wouldn't social distance on the tackles. But still.
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Old post #257 posted Jan 14th 2021, 00:11:38 Quote 
Guys we all know that regardless of who is playing, if Dino Miles plays, his team is winning.

So is Dino Miles playing?
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Old post #258 posted Jan 14th 2021, 00:26:33 Quote 
Quote ( Daryl Gee @ January 13th 2021,23:50:16 )

Any eleven PL players would beat the best NHS XI they could field.
I'm quite sure of this.

OK, only because the PL guys wouldn't social distance on the tackles. But still.


Happy new year Daryl. All the best. Shame about the lockdown extension in SA. Are they still banning the sale of alcohol and tobacco?
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Old post #259 posted Jan 14th 2021, 09:08:59 (last edited Jan 14th 2021, 09:09:40 by Bradley Preen) Quote 
Jay quick question whats the hospitality like in holland
Same with you Daryl what's the hospitality like in south africa
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Old post #260 posted Jan 14th 2021, 11:06:36 Quote 
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Jay quick question whats the hospitality like in hollan

theyre gonna test a full town on ur british variant so thats new
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Old post #261 posted Jan 14th 2021, 12:49:09 Quote 
Quote ( Daryl Gee @ January 13th 2021,23:50:16 )

Any eleven PL players would beat the best NHS XI they could field.
I'm quite sure of this.

OK, only because the PL guys wouldn't social distance on the tackles. But still.


They would probably win the league here though... :P
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Old post #262 posted Jan 14th 2021, 16:55:07 (last edited Jan 14th 2021, 16:57:39 by Bradley Preen) Quote 
i play for my local team worcester city
i am a goalie and got 10 clean sheets
wow didn't see that coming skyler
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Old post #263 posted Jan 14th 2021, 17:00:57 Quote 
Quote ( Alessandro Casagrande @ January 8th 2021,20:10:49 )

I'm 43 and I don't remember people around me who died from seasonal flu as far as my memory can go back in the years. There are certainly more people around me who died for covid-19 in 2020 than those who died for a seasonal flu (always around me) in the last 30 years or so.

Between 2007 and 2017 in Italy 5,060 people died of flu, with an average of 460 death per year. Covid-19 is still killing hundreds of people every day in Italy. And this only thanks to lockdowns and restrictions, otherwise I can't imagine what this number would be. What are we talking about? Covid-19 is not like a fucking seasonal flu.




what's hospitality like in italy
i know it had a huge strike in march ish
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