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'Evidence' is Out

According to the media websites all clubs now have the 'evidence'. So, how long before it's leaked?

posted 3 weeks ago

I do t disagree my point was Bozo wasn’t serious he was as ever making policy on the hoof
I think we need to open up businesses to get the economy moving
Liam said to me the other day he could get used to sitting in the garden at 80% pay that’s a big issue

posted 3 weeks ago

Bozo flew a kite the other day re “loosening” the lockdown
It wasn’t brilliantly received and they are now backtracking and blaming the big bad media

Surprised Boris would be caught flying a kite! Given the frequency I seen bozo or trump blimps in the past year.


I'd think Photoshopping the two together would be child's play.

Offering a funny if not offensive backlash with the potential to go viral. Pulling the President's strings, UK still keeping trump grounded, Boris is weighing Trump down. Etc

Zach regarding the fairness of the vote. Gers made claims they haven't backed up. Everyone listened then asked for proof. It was released and no proof. Vote is intact.
I don't think many would argue the system isn't flawed. But rules weren't broken. Clubs flouted some loopholes to gain advantage which however distasteful is permitted. I think Gers are missing being the establishment club atm. Wanting the deciding vote. Not the first time League rules have worked against yourclub. Least it's Hearts going down.

posted 3 weeks ago

comment by Zachsda(change our mindset, treat this serious... (U1850)
posted 10 minutes ago
I do t disagree my point was Bozo wasn’t serious he was as ever making policy on the hoof
I think we need to open up businesses to get the economy moving
Liam said to me the other day he could get used to sitting in the garden at 80% pay that’s a big issue

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Undoubtedly the country has become used to having significant time off whilst their bills are being paid but we’ve almost become addicted to it.

I’ve had instances this week from many clients who are able and want to get back operating only to be told in no uncertain terms by many workers that they’ve no intention in coming back until well after the furlough scheme ends as they will not bony have had all their bills proud but can’t spend either and thereby making savings. And that if forced back to work will go out of their way to find some breach of the guidelines however small to walk away and sue. Plenty of cases already gathering pace.

As I’ve said, eventually it will stop and it won’t be a simple case of having a huge national debt. We’ll have huge redundancies, repossessions and loss of livelihoods across swathes of the country. And the gap between haves and have nots will get even wider.

posted 3 weeks ago

comment by Gingernuts (U2992)
posted 27 minutes ago
comment by Zachsda(change our mindset, treat this serious... (U1850)
posted 10 minutes ago
I do t disagree my point was Bozo wasn’t serious he was as ever making policy on the hoof
I think we need to open up businesses to get the economy moving
Liam said to me the other day he could get used to sitting in the garden at 80% pay that’s a big issue

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Undoubtedly the country has become used to having significant time off whilst their bills are being paid but we’ve almost become addicted to it.

I’ve had instances this week from many clients who are able and want to get back operating only to be told in no uncertain terms by many workers that they’ve no intention in coming back until well after the furlough scheme ends as they will not bony have had all their bills proud but can’t spend either and thereby making savings. And that if forced back to work will go out of their way to find some breach of the guidelines however small to walk away and sue. Plenty of cases already gathering pace.

As I’ve said, eventually it will stop and it won’t be a simple case of having a huge national debt. We’ll have huge redundancies, repossessions and loss of livelihoods across swathes of the country. And the gap between haves and have nots will get even wider.
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Sadly i think the only way that folk will be "Forced" back to work is if it's cut to 60%, most folk with no travelling expenses etc can hack the 80% thing.
I'm not advocating cutting it just saying/agreeing with you it's become "free" money

posted 3 weeks ago

comment by Zachsda(change our mindset, treat this serious... (U1850)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by Gingernuts (U2992)
posted 27 minutes ago
comment by Zachsda(change our mindset, treat this serious... (U1850)
posted 10 minutes ago
I do t disagree my point was Bozo wasn’t serious he was as ever making policy on the hoof
I think we need to open up businesses to get the economy moving
Liam said to me the other day he could get used to sitting in the garden at 80% pay that’s a big issue

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Undoubtedly the country has become used to having significant time off whilst their bills are being paid but we’ve almost become addicted to it.

I’ve had instances this week from many clients who are able and want to get back operating only to be told in no uncertain terms by many workers that they’ve no intention in coming back until well after the furlough scheme ends as they will not bony have had all their bills proud but can’t spend either and thereby making savings. And that if forced back to work will go out of their way to find some breach of the guidelines however small to walk away and sue. Plenty of cases already gathering pace.

As I’ve said, eventually it will stop and it won’t be a simple case of having a huge national debt. We’ll have huge redundancies, repossessions and loss of livelihoods across swathes of the country. And the gap between haves and have nots will get even wider.
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Sadly i think the only way that folk will be "Forced" back to work is if it's cut to 60%, most folk with no travelling expenses etc can hack the 80% thing.
I'm not advocating cutting it just saying/agreeing with you it's become "free" money
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It needs cut Zach and the worst thing we did was extending it another month weeks before we needed to thereby giving a significant leeway where nothing needs to change.

If they hadn’t done it I think more businesses would have made moves quicker to provide safe access and/or methods of working.

In many cases most of them are but other than construction (and even there the guidance is contradictory and weak) the government are refusing to even bother discussing with them what they are doing and whether it is workable or not.

In very simplistic terms if we have the situation now where care homes and hospitals are the continuance of spread why aren’t these places just out of bounds other than essential necessity? No visitors; nothing.

Yet garden centred, retail outlets, offices and manufacturing can take measures but remain closed?

It’s a one size fits all policy. What did Italy open first? Cafes and bars. Social distancing and outside service. Exactly what people would see as being beneficial to their lives and give them some degree of hope.

The U.K.? Fwck that. Everything stays shut. No hope.

posted 3 weeks ago

In very simplistic terms if we have the situation now where care homes and hospitals are the continuance of spread why aren’t these places just out of bounds other than essential necessity? No visitors; nothing.

I think care homes largely are.Although i have a visit booked for Monday I stand outside a window and a carer holds a fon so that i can talk to the auld yin,Y'oud need to be insane to want to go in and put them at risk.
My oldest has two sites up and running but only 2 men on each, he says it's pointless as they cannot get much done.His guys are wanting to go back to be fair and the overtime will be obscene as they play catch up.
Again, and I know I go on< If it's ok for me to get 4 buses a day work 4 10 hr shifts then go into asda where they are also working why cant a coont lay bricks

posted 3 weeks ago

comment by Zachsda(change our mindset, treat this serious... (U1850)
posted 5 minutes ago
In very simplistic terms if we have the situation now where care homes and hospitals are the continuance of spread why aren’t these places just out of bounds other than essential necessity? No visitors; nothing.

I think care homes largely are.Although i have a visit booked for Monday I stand outside a window and a carer holds a fon so that i can talk to the auld yin,Y'oud need to be insane to want to go in and put them at risk.
My oldest has two sites up and running but only 2 men on each, he says it's pointless as they cannot get much done.His guys are wanting to go back to be fair and the overtime will be obscene as they play catch up.
Again, and I know I go on< If it's ok for me to get 4 buses a day work 4 10 hr shifts then go into asda where they are also working why cant a coont lay bricks
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comment by Silver (U6112)

posted 3 weeks ago

Plenty bricks being laid at the SPFL

comment by Silver (U6112)

posted 3 weeks ago

Fwck that. Everything stays shut. No hope.
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Lots of married men nodding in agreement

posted 3 weeks ago

comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 1 minute ago
Plenty bricks being laid at the SPFL
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The Rangers Wrecking Ball is on The Way.

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