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A Simplistic Solution ?? . . . . .

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posted on 15/3/20

comment by Scouse (U9675)
posted 27 seconds ago
Nothing to do with Corbyn whatsoever Heb.
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Thanks be!

posted on 15/3/20

Aye up spart,I joined the hernia repair club last week🤪

posted on 15/3/20

I was born without hernias. Not uncommon and I can lead a relatively normal life................

posted on 15/3/20

It's the effing prostate club that caught up with me three weeks ago Watters. My life has been one of pain, boredom and misery ever since. The NHS seem content to leave me that way and now because of the sodding covid 19 epidemic my chance of getting it treated privately is rapidly diminishing. Then there is a hernia to think about. I have an appointment for the op but don't give it a lot of chance being carried out. Impeccable timing on my part again.

comment by Scouse (U9675)

posted on 15/3/20

If anyone is dubious about restricting their movements over the next few weeks, have a look at this article:

https://tinyurl.com/rfqn6bz

comment by Jonty (U4614)

posted on 15/3/20

comment by Spart-Derby really are the best says red dog. (U4603)
posted 4 hours, 3 minutes ago
Yes the thin veneer of civilisation we have soon breaks down in to ruthless individualism at the first threat. See the selfishness of people emptying super market shelves. Read a story yesterday about an old lady asking if the person with the trolley in front would they would let her have one off the bags of pasta they had piled in to their trolley. The kind gentleman with the trolley refused.

Scouse, learned from owning a place in Turkey you don't need bog roll, only soap and water. Your bum is cleaner as well. Needs to be in Turkey otherwise it gets very sore. Not the way you are thinking now.
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Completely agree with that first bit, you start too see the true nature of some people.

posted on 15/3/20

Spart, I eat my fibre, lots of psyllium husk in my smoothie and my poo comes out clean every time, rarely ever more than 1 wipe. That's how you solve the bog roll crisis, a healthy fibrous diet.

posted on 15/3/20

Too much info.

posted on 15/3/20

comment by Cal Neva (U11544)
posted 33 minutes ago
Too much info.
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You should try sharing a Whatsapp group with him !

posted on 15/3/20

Harper - Ram in Auckland. meh. (U13926)
posted 42 minutes ago

Spart, I eat my fibre, lots of psyllium husk in my smoothie and my poo comes out clean every time, rarely ever more than 1 wipe. That's how you solve the bog roll crisis, a healthy fibrous diet.

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I eat so much fibre I consume my duvet for breakfast. I have to ring up Yorkshire water before I flush the pan and the navy in case they think there is a submarine attack. One wipe won't clean the hair in your bum hole.

posted on 16/3/20

It doesn't contact the hair, it slides right out

posted on 16/3/20

Gordon Bennett, what's my thread descended into

posted on 16/3/20

It has somewhat lost it's way down a u bend.

posted on 16/3/20

So while everybody is talking about if Liverpool would get the title if the season is declared void, here's a more important question.

Would Bury be reinstated to the league? The season in which they infringed the rules would never have happened on paper, so if they were in a fit place to start again next season as if nothing had happened, would they be allowed to?

posted on 17/3/20

If "The season would never have happened on paper" as you state, then why would Liverpool get the title?

posted on 17/3/20

the only way is to play behind closed doors if not, season null void, nobody wins anything, gets promoted or relegated. cannot just give the titles away / send teams down when it is not mathematically done, would be wrong.

posted on 18/3/20

https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/football/11195988/premier-league-games-coronavirus-plan-closed-doors-live-tv-neutral-grounds/

posted on 18/3/20

Probably the best plan. Do whatever it takes to finish this season even if it takes until the end of the year. And in the meantime, those in charge, have some breathing space to plan on how next season should be handled.

posted on 20/3/20

comment by Globaled (U7198)
posted 2 days, 2 hours ago
Probably the best plan. Do whatever it takes to finish this season even if it takes until the end of the year. And in the meantime, those in charge, have some breathing space to plan on how next season should be handled.
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can't do till the end of the year fella, far too many contracts at most clubs will finish in june, which brings many many issues. it needs to be done asap behind closed doors or the powers that be say it is all void

posted on 20/3/20

Despite powers that be saying they want to extend season beyond June and want it finished...

posted on 21/3/20

My suggestion would be to play the remaining games over the summer if we can.

If we have less time just do the play-offs as they are now. Relegation as it is now OR the bottom clubs play a mini-tournament.

Finish all cup games inc. European games as one leg only. Hold the mini tournaments in the least affected areas / countries.

The above could start by mid-July and end mid-August. It gives us 17 weeks from today to get a handle on it. Unlikely I know.

IF it did happen like that, then they have a month off until mid-September (normally a two week international break anyway.

Would mean a huge fixture pile up for those still in Europe, but, they’ve had plenty of rest AND they have huge squads and tens of players out on loan anyway.

Worst case scenario. Sport ends for 12-18 months. The world bands together to resolve the virus, we lose a billion or so people due to the virus and it’s various impacts (infrastructure collapses globally). The earths environment recovers massively and we factor in a lockdown every year to ease us killing the planet. Oh and a global revolution as corporations and countries become powerless.

Either way. It’s a win win 👍 a bit like John Lennon’s Imagine.

There are way to many of us anyway.

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