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  1. 39 minutes ago, 2112 said:

    I’m pleased that you don’t like what I’ve posted. As it pisses you, The Dogs Dangly Bits and Terry Fuckwit off, I keep doing new posts specifically to wind you up ……….

    Issues.

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  2. 10 minutes ago, Annoymouse said:

    Every year it’s getting that is getting a little bit more difficult though, a few more tick boxes, a little bit more red tape, they’re on about live streaming the event, can’t see that going well unless they run a long delay.

    Not really.  Minor delay at best.  They'll also broadcast it from places that don't tend to see crashes.

    Also, other motorsports run live broadcasts.   People have also died.

  3. 33 minutes ago, offshoremanxman said:

    All this pandemic is showing is how thoroughly inadequate the NHS has been since day one. Even here it’s bewildering to see how people can’t get treated for cancer and other life limiting illnesses when we’ve had the sum total of about 40 people in hospital with covid in the last 16 months. 

    Staffing issues caused by lockdowns and border closures.

    It's happening everywhere.

  4. 1 hour ago, Peter Layman said:

    Is there any topic that you don't moan and whine on about?

    Not one.

    It sort of reminds me of that bloke in Seven just pouring out bile into pages and pages etc.

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  5. 28 minutes ago, The Phantom said:

    A couple of weeks ago?  It seems the wheels are falling off with the increased demands due to the borders opening up.  Loose figures of 500 tested per day a few weeks ago to more than 1000 now. 

    I've had a few tests over the last year or so.  All have been fine, it's only the last one that was a complete balls up.  I don't recall hearing anyone else complaining before either, but as I've said a work colleague had his screwed up last week also. 

    They did over 1200 yesterday 

  6. 1 hour ago, Non-Believer said:

    Under the current trend, cyclists are unfortunately being led to believe, and frequently displaying the belief, that they can do no wrong, are permanently in the right and are a paragon of traffic virtue. They are not.

    Let's discuss cyclists apparently being under the impression that traffic lights, lanes and signage regularly don't apply to them. Their regular use of non-cyclist-designated pavements and footpaths. Holding up long queues of traffic behind them whilst cycling more than two abreast, happily chatting to each other, at a cost to other roads users, businesses and the environment. Wearing of stereo earbuds rendering them unable to hear what's going on around them, thus a danger to themselves and others. Let's lob in kids charging around the streets at night in dark clothing on bmx bikes that by their nature are not fitted with either lights or brakes. Not so many years ago coppers used to pull people for all sorts of stuff like that.

    Personally, I'll have more sympathy for cycling in general when they start thinking a little less "holier than thou" and observing some of the traffic laws applicable to them.

    I have no issue with kids charging round on bikes having fun.  It's a right of passage.

    The people on the roads is a different discussion.  The worst part though is drivers who insist on not passing a cyclist unless they have the room as if they were passing a car. It's infuriating.

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  7. 9 minutes ago, Roger Mexico said:

    Yes it's clear that there is no explanation for the entire Prom scheme than trying to open a portal to Hellmouth.  Nothing else would explain the cost, length of time or complete lack of progress than it being a front for some completely different objective. 

    Those concentric ovals are clearly a part of some fiendish conjuration and Nick Black is an even more obvious pseudonym for the Devil than Nick Shadow..  No human being could be genuinely that incompetent.

    In fairness whilst Nick Black is incompetent the bottom of Broadway seems to only be a big issue to idiots who (a) dont have any confidence in their ability to drive and (b) simply don't like any form of change and seem to think they experts of roundels etc.

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  8. Just now, Annoymouse said:

    We’ve actually exceeded 100 active cases it’s just some of the earliest cases have now started to drop off, I’m still surprised, I would expect routine cases to be picked up by hospital admissions or is is only counted as a hospital case if they’re in hospital as a direct result of Covid?

    Well that certainly should be the case.

  9. 32 minutes ago, AcousticallyChallenged said:

    Whether they are 'healthy' or not is a moot point.

    Can you prove they aren't infectious or contaminated? And that they aren't likely to be given their exposure?

    That's the law as it stands.

     

    You could argue that for literally anyone. Contact traced or not.

    Who are we protecting now and at what cost?

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  10. 38 minutes ago, Numbnuts said:

    No but he contributes to LH financially but cant pay his business commitments. Sorry but in my book that doesnt sit correctly and morally its wrong . And yes he is a dishonest twat and a real operator with no morals . 

    Maybe he doesn't contribute to them and is dishonest there too? How do you know he contributes to them? 

  11. 8 minutes ago, AcousticallyChallenged said:

    To comply with the Public Health Act for starters. 

     

    The PHA states you need to be locked away when you are healthy?

    Utterly bizarre.

    The current situation is untenable.  Any one with any sense can see that.   We have hundreds of people filing off the boat or plane, not testing, but if anyone ventures into a restaurant that subsequently tests positive the locals are all fucked.  Im not sure how that makes any sense.

    In the UK people are deleting track and trace app.   I can see why too.

    I went into a restaurant when over there.  Dont have track and trace app (obviously) and had to fill in some box ticking form the venue didn't check or care about.  Not that i would put proper details on there anyway.

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  12. 10 minutes ago, Anyone said:

    So we are worried about over population and the pollution that brings. So that means a pandemic that takes a few millions of us out , thus solving the over population and pollution issue is a bad thing? Or am I missing something.

    Yes. You are.

  13. 2 minutes ago, Numbnuts said:

    Got a really bad news story by one of Living Hope and his business dealings . Allegedy !! owing lots of money and not paying his suppliers then starting up under another trading name. Enough reason for me to stay well clear and treat them with disdain. 

    So his business dealing are dodgy due to his religious group?

    Maybe he's just a dishonest twat. Whether he's involved in LH or not?

    Has he specifically utilised the LH to be dishonest?

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  14. You can guarantee no matter what is said it won't be good enough.

    As incorrect and wrong the laws may have been at the time the police were doing exactly what they should do.  Enforce them.

    I suppose it Cannabis was ever legalised would we expect the police to apologise for anyone prosecuted for it?

    Or the great great grandchildren of people that were in the slave trade?

    I'm not sure Gary Roberts saying sorry really does much.   And they certainly wouldn't want to open up options for suing the police force.

  15. 18 minutes ago, AcousticallyChallenged said:

    Can you prove that they aren’t going to go on and become infectious in the next few days? 

    If you can, you’ll have solved the pandemic. 

    Why would anyone need to prove that?

    The reality is we are supposed to be living with covid.   We are not really doing that if the answer to a positive covid test is to shut down every venue they've been to.

    It seems to me that this is unrealistic for all concerned.

     

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  16. 3 minutes ago, offshoremanxman said:

    The Cat With No Tail in Onchan is now closed after being contacted by 111. So that’s the business funding people to be off work this week. All because someone who tested positive has been in there. 

    Why are they closing?

  17. 3 hours ago, buncha wankas said:

    Not really

    if a prospective MHK is the puppet of a select group who are investing in political pressuring and lobbying or discrediting government and his other job is part time food delivery driver.  

    Something smells.
      Very Trump style. 
    otherwise known as a fart

    otherwise known as a bad smell 

    mr Josem has gone quiet on this forum. 
    https://michaeljosem.com/on-turning-german/

    Australian, German, chose to be Manx but refers to Manx as British 

    total wannabe joke Josem 

     

     

    In fairness to Josem  (and any other MHK or aspiring MHK) it shouldn't surprise you if they go quiet on here.  It's got a handful of vile idiots needing help so why would they lower themselves?

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  18. 22 minutes ago, germann said:

    My second immunisation appeared on my immunisation record on the NHS app about a week after it had reached the Patient Access system. Still waiting for it to show up on the covid 19 part.

    I am currently in Heathrow en route to IOM from an Amber listed country (Lebanon). Check in this morning at Beirut airport demanded a UK Passenger Locator Form QR code (done), recent PCR test in Beirut (done), proof of vaccine & UK test to release registration (the 2 PCR tests on arrival. 

    Needless to say it was VERY difficult to get a boarding card with the dog eared vaccination certificate card, a couple of badly formatted emails from 111 with the Manx PCR test to release swab dates, and, due to increasing desperation, my IOM driving licence 'we're not the same as the UK, loook! 🤪'

    I fear a lot of us are going to be stranded in far away places this summer without a fully joined up UK-IOM system in place asap. Airlines are understandably nervous and confused by the ever moving goal posts, and Ashford & co doing fuck all about it isn't helping.

    The bigger concern in my view is testing positive and being stranded abroad.  That is going to be happening. A lot.  Then what happens?

    Imagine in somewhere like the US?  You could see them carting you off to some sort of penitentiary. 

  19. 3 hours ago, HeliX said:

    There's no requirement for it to be both hands in NFL (and Chiellini also tried for both hands but missed!). 

    The foul was flagrant and dangerous. Ought to have been red.

    Behave.

    It was a yellow.  Cynical etc. But a yellow.

    The tackle on Grealish was more likely a red.  Amazed it wasn't reviewed.  The Italian rolling around when completely unhurt helped.

    Great tournament from England.  I suppose if someone had said to Southgate you won't lose a game, go all way and only concede twice he would take it.

    Fine margins.  A couple of things can be taken from the tournament but England are now legitimate contenders for major tournaments.

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  20. 2 hours ago, Mrs. Woman said:

    I don't know what Mr. Wright is talking about, and neither does he. He didn't attend Saturday's celebration, but he was praised for his contribution, help on legal matters, in 1991. He's had a couple of garden parties years ago for gay people that he knew, and that's all she wrote! He is not relevant in the gay community on the Island and his opinion is not sought after, although, of course, he can say what he wants, nobody cares.

    What a bizarre post.

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