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Sue Denim

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  1. Who is your big team though? St Mirren or Arbroath?
  2. Fucking hell Let’s hope we get a days extra holiday to help make up for it
  3. Surely not FFS. The coronation will probably be on a Sat and may cause fixture cancellation Could cause fixture pile up chaos I’m just hoping parkrun isn’t cancelled this week
  4. Jeez, it’s all over the major channels Thankfully not e4 though so should be okay for Married At First Sight U.K. tonight
  5. Dunne and Fraser can’t play left wing back though and a defensive right footer covering left wing back is not ideal.
  6. I could easily run for 90 mins in that temperature - and at a faster overall pace that they guys playing couldn’t manage - and I’m in my 50s. They wouldn’t even come close to managing my fitness 😉
  7. Totally. But a right footed wing back playing in the left has the luxury of cutting in. I’ve been arguing for a long time that Tierney should be playing right wing back for Scotland With Hickey now playing on the right every week in England, it’ll be interesting to see what happens, especially with Patterson now first choice at Everton. Steve Clarke has a decision to make in that position…. and Tait shows the potential of an inverted wing back
  8. Been following the game from a roof top pool in Spain with a gorgeous blonde, drinking beer and showing off my 6 pack All statements true glorious
  9. Hope you’re parole officer doesn’t read this!
  10. Fuck me, it’s all part of the world going mad Dehydration my arse I’m sure everyone can manage a couple of hours without a drink ffs! As a runner, it reminds me of these fools you see running with a water bottle ! Clowns! Its a little known fact but nobody dies of dehydration during marathons. But folk *do* die of over hydration….. it’s a common occurrence. Folk overload on water before races for some bizarre reason. There is no “climate crisis”, it’s total bollocks!
  11. Livingston play long ball football. It allows them to punch above their weight
  12. Deaths and serious injury from the vaccines haven’t gone away either. And neither has the cost of living crisis and the NHS backlog, both caused by the lockdowns
  13. Edinburgh professor Richard Ennos says official data for 2021 and 2022 ‘provide very strong evidence for a causal relationship’ between the vaccinations and a huge number of excess deaths in the country. Professor Ennos has written to Siobhian Brown MSP, convener of the Scottish government’s covid-19 recovery committee, calling on her to re-open a public inquiry into the deaths which can only be partially explained by the virus. Earlier this year, the committee investigated the cause of an unprecedented level of excess death recorded in Scotland from week 21 to week 52 of 2021. Numbering 4,819, it was 12% above the average – the worst ever recorded. Recorded deaths so far in 2022 are heading in the same direction, and Professor Ennos suggests they are now a consequence of the booster jab. In a recent letter to Ms Brown, on July 12, he also expresses his concern that the public inquiry earlier this year into the 2021 excess death figures failed to make any mention of the injections as a potential cause. He states that of 103 public submissions to the inquiry, more than a third pointed to the jabs as a possible reason for the inflated loss of lives. He tells Ms Brown: ‘However, in your report to Humza Yousaf, cabinet secretary for health and social care, there was not a single mention of adverse reactions to covid-19 vaccines as a possible cause of the excess death seen Scotland in 2021. ‘This was despite the fact that a number of respondents provided detailed information from peer reviewed scientific papers showing that death is a known adverse reaction to the covid-19 vaccines, and that a variety of mechanisms of action have been established (induction of blood clots, myocarditis etc.). ‘Post mortems have also confirmed that covid-19 vaccination can cause death of recipients, and this is acknowledged by the UK government who have already paid compensation to multiple families of those who have died as a consequence of covid-19 vaccination. ‘Your lack of any reference to covid-19 vaccine adverse reactions as a contributor to excess death in Scotland in 2021 is even more concerning because recent detailed analysis of National Records of Scotland data now suggests a causal relationship between excess death in Scotland and covid-19 vaccinations.’ Professor Ennos states that the argument leading to this conclusion begins with the observation that in the last 32 weeks of 2021, excess death began in different age classes of the Scottish population in a staggered manner, approximately 12 weeks after peak vaccination of that age class. Beginning with the oldest, this pattern was repeated as the jabs rollout continued down through ever younger age groups. He suggests there can only be two reasons put forward for the extra deaths: it was the injections or it was a lack of medical care caused either by withdrawal of NHS services, or to patients’ failure to access these services, ‘both consequences of the Scottish government response to covid-19’. However, he says, there was no consistent rise in excess deaths to point to delayed medical care as a result of long waiting lists. Instead, what National Records of Scotland data reveal, says Professor Ennos, is a second staggering of excess deaths following the booster (third dose) jab – with 2022 mirroring the pattern of 2021 whereby age group deaths occurred approximately 12 weeks after peak administration of the vaccine. He states that the sequential manner ‘predicted by the adverse reaction hypothesis … provides very strong evidence for a causal relationship between covid-19 vaccination and excess death’. At the time of writing his letter, the cumulative excess deaths in Scotland in 2022 were 1,669, ‘and this number continues to increase each week’. Professor Ennos letter concludes: ‘The National Records of Scotland data do not support the statement you made to Humza Yousaf on April 28, 2022 that “the excess deaths have decreased and, at the date of this letter, are below average for the time of year”. ‘On the contrary the excess death situation in Scotland in 2022 is turning out to be as serious as it was in 2021. ‘Given this body of evidence, I would like you to explain to me why, in your report to Humza Yousaf, you made absolutely no mention of the possibility that adverse reactions to the covid-19 vaccine were responsible for at least a portion of the excess deaths seen in Scotland in 2021. ‘I also call upon you to reopen the inquiry into excess deaths in Scotland, given the resurgence of excess deaths in 2022 (552 in the past four weeks alone), but this time taking into consideration that adverse reactions to the covid-19 vaccine may be a significant contributor to these excess deaths.’ In response to the questions raised by Professor Ennos’ letter, a Scottish parliament spokesman stated: ‘The committee’s inquiry into excess deaths in Scotland since the start of the pandemic has now concluded. All the evidence it considered, including the Scottish Government’s response to the committee’s findings is available on the parliament’s website.’ Professor Ennos said: ‘I dismay at this totally inadequate and evasive response from the Scottish government. It is not good enough. Lives are at stake, yet pertinent questions arising from official data are simply being dismissed. Where is the much-vaunted concern for public health we have had hammered at us for the past two and a half years?’
  14. It’s not good to slate your own players but I feel this is a joke?
  15. Okay, I grant your knowledge and expertise on this subject bit I still disagree! So, specify your 4-4-2 and4-2-3-1 in those games and remember, I stated that McGowan started as a 10 then fell back into a 433 note- while I defer to your knowledge, I know that @Slartiis clueless 🤪
  16. Yeah, Teale and Ferguson were midfielders, so thanks for proving my point. Ferguson and Teale were forwards in those games. Look at goals scored. Its like classifying Salah and Mane as midfielders (as the Telegraph does)
  17. They were indeed Money - Wilson, Cooper, Winnie, D Hamilton - B Hamilton, Abercromby, Lambert - McGarvey, McDowall, Ferguson Samson - Van Zanten, McAusland, Goodwin, Dummett - McGinn, Newton, McGowan - Teale, Thompson, Goncalves We started 2013 with McGowan in a number 10 but we switched back into a 3 man midfield after Hearts took the lead. Lennon said that he he felt Hearts were overrunning us in midfield. It’s ironic that folk now want to switch back to that formation because they say we’ll be overrun in midfield Don’t question me again
  18. St Mirren won the Scottish Cup in 1987 and the League Cup in 2013 with a 4-3-3 formation
  19. Alan Stubbs got us out of the League Cup group. We won our first league game of the season He was sacked 3 games later after 3 defeats - 2 of those defeats were away to Sevco and Hearts - expected. Stubbs was basically sacked on the back of losing 2-0 at home to Livingston who were viewed as relegation fodder at the time but who finished 9th and were well clear of relegation trouble. We’ve had a string of terrible results under Robinson since he arrived
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