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Monday stuff

Celtic will start signing talks with former England keeper Joe Hart this week after Craig Gordon confirmed he’s played his last game for the club.



Rangers have conducted some swift early business in the form of Ianis Hagi, Calvin Bassey and Jon McLaughlin.

Lyndon Dykes has signalled he's open to an Ibrox move amid fierce speculation a deal is in the works.

Kemar Roofe, Lyle Taylor and Terem Moffi are all being mentioned as potential arrivals while reports in France claim a Rangers approach for Amiens midfielder Bongani Zungu.



Dundee United are set to hold talks with Steve McClaren over their vacant managerial role. United sporting director Tony Asghar has a close relationship with McClaren that goes back more than 20 years.

Would be fantastic listening to McClaren giving his interviews in Dundonian.

posted 1 week, 5 days ago

comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 1 second ago
comment by son of quebec (U8127)
posted 6 minutes ago
comment by JFK - The Rebel Treble (U8919)
posted 7 hours, 16 minutes ago
Someone sent me a stat today (happy to be challenged as it second hand) that under 300 people under the age of 60 have died from it.
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not being funny, but so wit?

people over 60 have less value?
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Think of the savings from getting the old bastirts off the pension rolls. Not to mention they also take up most of the NHS budget, so a windfall for NHS. Win-win-win.
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The deaths are 'only' saving c. £400m a year in pensions. Chickenfeed next to the £400bn or so hit to the economy so far.
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Chickenfeed maybe. But better than an extra 400million in the hole.
The NHS savings?

comment by Silver (U6112)

posted 1 week, 5 days ago

comment by son of quebec (U8127)
posted 35 seconds ago
comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 1 second ago
comment by son of quebec (U8127)
posted 6 minutes ago
comment by JFK - The Rebel Treble (U8919)
posted 7 hours, 16 minutes ago
Someone sent me a stat today (happy to be challenged as it second hand) that under 300 people under the age of 60 have died from it.
======

not being funny, but so wit?

people over 60 have less value?
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Think of the savings from getting the old bastirts off the pension rolls. Not to mention they also take up most of the NHS budget, so a windfall for NHS. Win-win-win.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
The deaths are 'only' saving c. £400m a year in pensions. Chickenfeed next to the £400bn or so hit to the economy so far.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Chickenfeed maybe. But better than an extra 400million in the hole.
The NHS savings?
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Well furlough was costing £14bn a month plus probably the same again on economic impact so it's chickenfeed next to that as well.

Not sure what the right decision was on covid deaths v economy deaths and we probably never will?

posted 1 week, 5 days ago

comment by son of quebec (U8127)
posted 5 minutes ago
comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 1 second ago
comment by son of quebec (U8127)
posted 6 minutes ago
comment by JFK - The Rebel Treble (U8919)
posted 7 hours, 16 minutes ago
Someone sent me a stat today (happy to be challenged as it second hand) that under 300 people under the age of 60 have died from it.
======

not being funny, but so wit?

people over 60 have less value?
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Think of the savings from getting the old bastirts off the pension rolls. Not to mention they also take up most of the NHS budget, so a windfall for NHS. Win-win-win.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
The deaths are 'only' saving c. £400m a year in pensions. Chickenfeed next to the £400bn or so hit to the economy so far.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Chickenfeed maybe. But better than an extra 400million in the hole.
The NHS savings?
----------------------------------------------------------------------

They can take Trident away. Utterly useless, protects us from nobody and costs us billions a year.

All it would do is nuke another country seconds before we get nuked ourselves. Well worth the billions a year

posted 1 week, 5 days ago

comment by Call Sign: Clarence (U3627)
posted 2 minutes ago
comment by son of quebec (U8127)
posted 5 minutes ago
comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 1 second ago
comment by son of quebec (U8127)
posted 6 minutes ago
comment by JFK - The Rebel Treble (U8919)
posted 7 hours, 16 minutes ago
Someone sent me a stat today (happy to be challenged as it second hand) that under 300 people under the age of 60 have died from it.
======

not being funny, but so wit?

people over 60 have less value?
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Think of the savings from getting the old bastirts off the pension rolls. Not to mention they also take up most of the NHS budget, so a windfall for NHS. Win-win-win.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
The deaths are 'only' saving c. £400m a year in pensions. Chickenfeed next to the £400bn or so hit to the economy so far.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Chickenfeed maybe. But better than an extra 400million in the hole.
The NHS savings?
----------------------------------------------------------------------

They can take Trident away. Utterly useless, protects us from nobody and costs us billions a year.

All it would do is nuke another country seconds before we get nuked ourselves. Well worth the billions a year
----------------------------------------------------------------------
That chicken is one fat cant. Zach could never get that by security.

comment by Silver (U6112)

posted 1 week, 5 days ago

All I'm saying is the lockdown decision was an economic one and less to do with short-term death count. I think I heard that with hindsight the modelling that supported it had dubious input parameters as well?

posted 1 week, 5 days ago

comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 41 minutes ago
comment by son of quebec (U8127)
posted 6 minutes ago
comment by JFK - The Rebel Treble (U8919)
posted 7 hours, 16 minutes ago
Someone sent me a stat today (happy to be challenged as it second hand) that under 300 people under the age of 60 have died from it.
======

not being funny, but so wit?

people over 60 have less value?
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Think of the savings from getting the old bastirts off the pension rolls. Not to mention they also take up most of the NHS budget, so a windfall for NHS. Win-win-win.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
The deaths are 'only' saving c. £400m a year in pensions. Chickenfeed next to the £400bn or so hit to the economy so far.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Chickenfeed? Agreed.
A poultry matter.

posted 1 week, 5 days ago

comment by Magnum. No more Mr Nice Guy. (U22391)
posted 16 minutes ago
comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 41 minutes ago
comment by son of quebec (U8127)
posted 6 minutes ago
comment by JFK - The Rebel Treble (U8919)
posted 7 hours, 16 minutes ago
Someone sent me a stat today (happy to be challenged as it second hand) that under 300 people under the age of 60 have died from it.
======

not being funny, but so wit?

people over 60 have less value?
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Think of the savings from getting the old bastirts off the pension rolls. Not to mention they also take up most of the NHS budget, so a windfall for NHS. Win-win-win.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
The deaths are 'only' saving c. £400m a year in pensions. Chickenfeed next to the £400bn or so hit to the economy so far.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Chickenfeed? Agreed.
A poultry matter.
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Pluck off bigot

posted 1 week, 5 days ago

I'm sure plenty will be feathering their nests.

comment by Silver (U6112)

posted 1 week, 5 days ago

Don't egg him on.

posted 1 week, 5 days ago

comment by Call Sign: Clarence (U3627)
posted 2 hours, 39 minutes ago
comment by Magnum. No more Mr Nice Guy. (U22391)
posted 16 minutes ago
comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 41 minutes ago
comment by son of quebec (U8127)
posted 6 minutes ago
comment by JFK - The Rebel Treble (U8919)
posted 7 hours, 16 minutes ago
Someone sent me a stat today (happy to be challenged as it second hand) that under 300 people under the age of 60 have died from it.
======

not being funny, but so wit?

people over 60 have less value?
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Think of the savings from getting the old bastirts off the pension rolls. Not to mention they also take up most of the NHS budget, so a windfall for NHS. Win-win-win.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
The deaths are 'only' saving c. £400m a year in pensions. Chickenfeed next to the £400bn or so hit to the economy so far.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Chickenfeed? Agreed.
A poultry matter.
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Pluck off bigot
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Banal.

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