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Can you put a description on that so we know whether it's going to f**k up our algorithm or not?
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UncleFB wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 1:14 am
Can you put a description on that so we know whether it's going to f**k up our algorithm or not?
Just a Jimmy Rees video. Humour.
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Man, the NSW plague has done a number on you poor buggers, hasn't it?
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Looks like Vic has peaked. Should come down like NSW now.
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Clogs wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 1:28 am
UncleFB wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 1:14 am
Can you put a description on that so we know whether it's going to f**k up our algorithm or not?
Just a Jimmy Rees video. Humour.
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UncleFB wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 1:57 am
Clogs wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 1:28 am
UncleFB wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 1:14 am
Can you put a description on that so we know whether it's going to f**k up our algorithm or not?
Just a Jimmy Rees video. Humour.
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He basically told NSW to go get fvcked, and then the rest of the world could go get fvcked too. And don't ask us how we are doing, unless you have a tale of woe that will make us feel better. But ask us about our earthquake. And also, NSW go get fvcked.
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Clogs wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 4:09 am NSW go get fvcked.
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Farva wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 4:12 am
Clogs wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 4:09 am NSW go get fvcked.
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Farva wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 4:12 am
Clogs wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 4:09 am NSW go get fvcked.
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https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-10-12/ ... 50273293=1

The vice-president of the Australian Medical Association has hit out at New South Wales, accusing the state's authorities of having "relegated" health advice to "second place".
Key points:

Chris Moy said efforts to reduce case numbers in NSW had been effective, but questioned the speed of the state's reopening
He warned of potential political fallout from any premature decisions to ease restrictions
There has been discussion in SA in recent days about what quarantine requirements will look like by Christmas

Chris Moy's comments come as NSW enters its second day of relaxed restrictions and other states including South Australia look at pathways to reopening their borders.

Dr Moy, who is based in Adelaide, said efforts to reduce COVID-19 case numbers in NSW had so far proven effective, but questioned the speed with which the state was reopening.

"While you look at their vaccination efforts in New South Wales and the great effect that that's had, that's still in the context of lockdowns," Dr Moy told ABC Radio Adelaide.

"They've got this freedom day, we don't know what effect that's going to have.

"We've actually got quite serious concerns about the management in New South Wales given the fact that they've really relegated their health advice to second place now."
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guy smiley wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 4:33 am
Farva wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 4:12 am
Clogs wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 4:09 am NSW go get fvcked.
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https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-10-12/ ... 50273293=1

The vice-president of the Australian Medical Association has hit out at New South Wales, accusing the state's authorities of having "relegated" health advice to "second place".
Key points:

Chris Moy said efforts to reduce case numbers in NSW had been effective, but questioned the speed of the state's reopening
He warned of potential political fallout from any premature decisions to ease restrictions
There has been discussion in SA in recent days about what quarantine requirements will look like by Christmas

Chris Moy's comments come as NSW enters its second day of relaxed restrictions and other states including South Australia look at pathways to reopening their borders.

Dr Moy, who is based in Adelaide, said efforts to reduce COVID-19 case numbers in NSW had so far proven effective, but questioned the speed with which the state was reopening.

"While you look at their vaccination efforts in New South Wales and the great effect that that's had, that's still in the context of lockdowns," Dr Moy told ABC Radio Adelaide.

"They've got this freedom day, we don't know what effect that's going to have.

"We've actually got quite serious concerns about the management in New South Wales given the fact that they've really relegated their health advice to second place now."

I think we all know what effect it is going to have. Numbers of cases are going to go up again.

I think the key will be how many hospitalisations as more vaccinations continue to occur. NSW will be on track for over 90% of all adults vaxxed in a few weeks.
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guy smiley wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 4:33 am
Farva wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 4:12 am
Clogs wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 4:09 am NSW go get fvcked.
:thumbup:
https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-10-12/ ... 50273293=1

The vice-president of the Australian Medical Association has hit out at New South Wales, accusing the state's authorities of having "relegated" health advice to "second place".
Key points:

Chris Moy said efforts to reduce case numbers in NSW had been effective, but questioned the speed of the state's reopening
He warned of potential political fallout from any premature decisions to ease restrictions
There has been discussion in SA in recent days about what quarantine requirements will look like by Christmas

Chris Moy's comments come as NSW enters its second day of relaxed restrictions and other states including South Australia look at pathways to reopening their borders.

Dr Moy, who is based in Adelaide, said efforts to reduce COVID-19 case numbers in NSW had so far proven effective, but questioned the speed with which the state was reopening.

"While you look at their vaccination efforts in New South Wales and the great effect that that's had, that's still in the context of lockdowns," Dr Moy told ABC Radio Adelaide.

"They've got this freedom day, we don't know what effect that's going to have.

"We've actually got quite serious concerns about the management in New South Wales given the fact that they've really relegated their health advice to second place now."

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Clogs wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 4:38 am
guy smiley wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 4:33 am
Farva wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 4:12 am
Clogs wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 4:09 am NSW go get fvcked.
:thumbup:
https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-10-12/ ... 50273293=1

The vice-president of the Australian Medical Association has hit out at New South Wales, accusing the state's authorities of having "relegated" health advice to "second place".
Key points:

Chris Moy said efforts to reduce case numbers in NSW had been effective, but questioned the speed of the state's reopening
He warned of potential political fallout from any premature decisions to ease restrictions
There has been discussion in SA in recent days about what quarantine requirements will look like by Christmas

Chris Moy's comments come as NSW enters its second day of relaxed restrictions and other states including South Australia look at pathways to reopening their borders.

Dr Moy, who is based in Adelaide, said efforts to reduce COVID-19 case numbers in NSW had so far proven effective, but questioned the speed with which the state was reopening.

"While you look at their vaccination efforts in New South Wales and the great effect that that's had, that's still in the context of lockdowns," Dr Moy told ABC Radio Adelaide.

"They've got this freedom day, we don't know what effect that's going to have.

"We've actually got quite serious concerns about the management in New South Wales given the fact that they've really relegated their health advice to second place now."

I think we all know what effect it is going to have. Numbers of cases are going to go up again.

I think the key will be how many hospitalisations as more vaccinations continue to occur. NSW will be on track for over 90% of all adults vaxxed in a few weeks.
Its a test for how its going to look for us. If it works in NSW I think it will work in Vic.
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Farva wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 6:12 am
Clogs wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 4:38 am
guy smiley wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 4:33 am
Farva wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 4:12 am
Clogs wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 4:09 am NSW go get fvcked.
:thumbup:
https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-10-12/ ... 50273293=1

The vice-president of the Australian Medical Association has hit out at New South Wales, accusing the state's authorities of having "relegated" health advice to "second place".
Key points:

Chris Moy said efforts to reduce case numbers in NSW had been effective, but questioned the speed of the state's reopening
He warned of potential political fallout from any premature decisions to ease restrictions
There has been discussion in SA in recent days about what quarantine requirements will look like by Christmas

Chris Moy's comments come as NSW enters its second day of relaxed restrictions and other states including South Australia look at pathways to reopening their borders.

Dr Moy, who is based in Adelaide, said efforts to reduce COVID-19 case numbers in NSW had so far proven effective, but questioned the speed with which the state was reopening.

"While you look at their vaccination efforts in New South Wales and the great effect that that's had, that's still in the context of lockdowns," Dr Moy told ABC Radio Adelaide.

"They've got this freedom day, we don't know what effect that's going to have.

"We've actually got quite serious concerns about the management in New South Wales given the fact that they've really relegated their health advice to second place now."

I think we all know what effect it is going to have. Numbers of cases are going to go up again.

I think the key will be how many hospitalisations as more vaccinations continue to occur. NSW will be on track for over 90% of all adults vaxxed in a few weeks.
Its a test for how its going to look for us. If it works in NSW I think it will work in Vic.
Absolutely. But Dan will be wayyyy more cautious.







He doesn't care about the economy. :D
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Pat the Ex Mat wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 5:49 am
guy smiley wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 4:33 am
Farva wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 4:12 am
Clogs wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 4:09 am NSW go get fvcked.
:thumbup:
https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-10-12/ ... 50273293=1

The vice-president of the Australian Medical Association has hit out at New South Wales, accusing the state's authorities of having "relegated" health advice to "second place".
Key points:

Chris Moy said efforts to reduce case numbers in NSW had been effective, but questioned the speed of the state's reopening
He warned of potential political fallout from any premature decisions to ease restrictions
There has been discussion in SA in recent days about what quarantine requirements will look like by Christmas

Chris Moy's comments come as NSW enters its second day of relaxed restrictions and other states including South Australia look at pathways to reopening their borders.

Dr Moy, who is based in Adelaide, said efforts to reduce COVID-19 case numbers in NSW had so far proven effective, but questioned the speed with which the state was reopening.

"While you look at their vaccination efforts in New South Wales and the great effect that that's had, that's still in the context of lockdowns," Dr Moy told ABC Radio Adelaide.

"They've got this freedom day, we don't know what effect that's going to have.

"We've actually got quite serious concerns about the management in New South Wales given the fact that they've really relegated their health advice to second place now."

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Yep - and now that we are at high vax %, and the Merk drug is on the way - making it a non fatal illness even for the anti-vaxx nutjobs - Pairoftits is on the right track. :thumbup:
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https://www.theshovel.com.au/2021/10/12 ... ndard-nsw/
Struggling to be heard over the noise of the packed front bar, Perth man George Ranaford last night asked his friends if they reckon they’ll ever get to the point where they can have 10 people over to their house, like they can in national leader New South Wales.

“Did you hear New South Wales is leading the nation out of COVID?” Ranaford shouted, accidentally spilling beer as he jostled for space in the standing-room-only venue.

“Speak up, can’t hear you!” his friends replied, wondering if he was maybe talking about the festival they’d bought tickets to for next weekend.

“I said New South Wales is leading the nation – that’s what their new Premier said,” he repeated, finally finding a quieter spot for the group at the back of the pub.

“Like I told you at Tash’s house party last weekend, they can have 1 person per 4 square metres at a pub when they’re sitting down. Something to look forward to,” he said, standing to one side to allow another group to walk past.

“I’ve heard they can have haircuts too,” Ranaford’s friend Hugh added. “Gold standard haircuts”.
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Pat the Ex Mat wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 5:49 am
guy smiley wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 4:33 am
Farva wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 4:12 am
Clogs wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 4:09 am NSW go get fvcked.
:thumbup:
https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-10-12/ ... 50273293=1

The vice-president of the Australian Medical Association has hit out at New South Wales, accusing the state's authorities of having "relegated" health advice to "second place".
Key points:

Chris Moy said efforts to reduce case numbers in NSW had been effective, but questioned the speed of the state's reopening
He warned of potential political fallout from any premature decisions to ease restrictions
There has been discussion in SA in recent days about what quarantine requirements will look like by Christmas

Chris Moy's comments come as NSW enters its second day of relaxed restrictions and other states including South Australia look at pathways to reopening their borders.

Dr Moy, who is based in Adelaide, said efforts to reduce COVID-19 case numbers in NSW had so far proven effective, but questioned the speed with which the state was reopening.

"While you look at their vaccination efforts in New South Wales and the great effect that that's had, that's still in the context of lockdowns," Dr Moy told ABC Radio Adelaide.

"They've got this freedom day, we don't know what effect that's going to have.

"We've actually got quite serious concerns about the management in New South Wales given the fact that they've really relegated their health advice to second place now."

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Yep money over lives... :yawn:
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Ali's Choice wrote: Wed Oct 13, 2021 1:10 am Image
Still trending down.
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Farva wrote: Wed Oct 13, 2021 5:12 am
Ali's Choice wrote: Wed Oct 13, 2021 1:10 am Image
Still trending down.
Yep, and those are good testing numbers. The deaths tally was probably the main concern today.
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Deaths tally will be like that for a while.

Contrary to what Bimboman says, the death rate from Covid in an unvaccinated population is somewhere between 0.5% and 1%. We wont be catching every case and there is a lag in deaths from cases.

You cant experience 1000+ daily cases and not expect death rates to spike. Unfortunately the rate will be like that for weeks to come now. Ditto for Sydney.
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Farva wrote: Wed Oct 13, 2021 5:27 am Deaths tally will be like that for a while.

Contrary to what Bimboman says, the death rate from Covid in an unvaccinated population is somewhere between 0.5% and 1%. We wont be catching every case and there is a lag in deaths from cases.

You cant experience 1000+ daily cases and not expect death rates to spike. Unfortunately the rate will be like that for weeks to come now. Ditto for Sydney.
Sydeny (TM His Excellency Juan Antoni Samaranch) numbers are going to soar upwards over the next couple of months. The only numbers that really matter now are hospitalisations/ICU/Ventilator cases.

Anyway I am glad Jdog has stopped posting his juvenile football score style posts. He can't say he wasn't told.

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Those two Demon supporters that snuck across the WA border via NT for the GF jailed for 10mths suspended to 4mths and will be enjoying xmas in the clink :thumbup:
Well done WA judicial system, too many soft fines in the east of the country that will never be paid have been issued to these scum.
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grievous wrote: Wed Oct 13, 2021 10:26 pm Those two Demon supporters that snuck across the WA border via NT for the GF jailed for 10mths suspended to 4mths and will be enjoying xmas in the clink :thumbup:
Well done WA judicial system, too many soft fines in the east of the country that will never be paid have been issued to these scum.
Let's hope the Tasmanian escapee gets the same
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The pandemic of the unvaccinated continues apace.

For those of us who don't have rocks in their head, lets get those needles in arms!

I want to go to a garden bar next Friday! :smug:
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guy smiley wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 5:14 pm https://www.theshovel.com.au/2021/10/12 ... ndard-nsw/
Struggling to be heard over the noise of the packed front bar, Perth man George Ranaford last night asked his friends if they reckon they’ll ever get to the point where they can have 10 people over to their house, like they can in national leader New South Wales.

“Did you hear New South Wales is leading the nation out of COVID?” Ranaford shouted, accidentally spilling beer as he jostled for space in the standing-room-only venue.

“Speak up, can’t hear you!” his friends replied, wondering if he was maybe talking about the festival they’d bought tickets to for next weekend.

“I said New South Wales is leading the nation – that’s what their new Premier said,” he repeated, finally finding a quieter spot for the group at the back of the pub.

“Like I told you at Tash’s house party last weekend, they can have 1 person per 4 square metres at a pub when they’re sitting down. Something to look forward to,” he said, standing to one side to allow another group to walk past.

“I’ve heard they can have haircuts too,” Ranaford’s friend Hugh added. “Gold standard haircuts”.
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grievous wrote: Wed Oct 13, 2021 10:26 pm Those two Demon supporters that snuck across the WA border via NT for the GF jailed for 10mths suspended to 4mths and will be enjoying xmas in the clink :thumbup:
Well done WA judicial system, too many soft fines in the east of the country that will never be paid have been issued to these scum.
Based on my exposure to hard-core AFL supporters when I worked in Melbourne, they would probably do it all again. :) Bear in mind that the Dees had not won the flag since the year dot.
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wamberal wrote: Fri Oct 15, 2021 2:25 am
grievous wrote: Wed Oct 13, 2021 10:26 pm Those two Demon supporters that snuck across the WA border via NT for the GF jailed for 10mths suspended to 4mths and will be enjoying xmas in the clink :thumbup:
Well done WA judicial system, too many soft fines in the east of the country that will never be paid have been issued to these scum.
Based on my exposure to hard-core AFL supporters when I worked in Melbourne, they would probably do it all again. :) Bear in mind that the Dees had not won the flag since the year dot.
The rich cvnt who owns the bars will be doing it tough. He will be used to a certain lifestyle and is probably a raging alcoholic.
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Did anyone catch Josh Frydenberg's presser?

Is he worried about his seat? I can't see any other reason for such an aggressive/lack of substance event
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Pat the Ex Mat wrote: Sat Oct 16, 2021 2:17 am Did anyone catch Josh Frydenberg's presser?

Is he worried about his seat? I can't see any other reason for such an aggressive/lack of substance event
Kooyong is unlikely to ever elect an ALP MP. It's too wealthy and conservative. But if a half decent centre right Independent entered the fray he could be in trouble. His constant attacks on Victoria during the pandemic weren't great politicking, IMO.
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Ali's Choice wrote: Sat Oct 16, 2021 3:35 am
Pat the Ex Mat wrote: Sat Oct 16, 2021 2:17 am Did anyone catch Josh Frydenberg's presser?

Is he worried about his seat? I can't see any other reason for such an aggressive/lack of substance event
Kooyong is unlikely to ever elect an ALP MP. It's too wealthy and conservative. But if a half decent centre right Independent entered the fray he could be in trouble. His constant attacks on Victoria during the pandemic weren't great politicking, IMO.
I'd left the TV on when walking the dog so he was speaking as I came in

TBH, I'd expect a senior federal minister to be not talking like this considering the issues Melbourne is facing.

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The white anting coming from the federal government is appalling. We are in this situation because they forgot to order vaccines and didn’t bother arranging proper quarantine facilities.
But here is the thing, Vic is following the National plan nearly to the letter. We will partly open at 70% and then further at 80%.
What is Josh doing here?
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Farva wrote: Sat Oct 16, 2021 4:18 am The white anting coming from the federal government is appalling. We are in this situation because they forgot to order vaccines and didn’t bother arranging proper quarantine facilities.
But here is the thing, Vic is following the National plan nearly to the letter. We will partly open at 70% and then further at 80%.
What is Josh doing here?
The things is, I don't think the constant attacks on the Victorian an QLD state governments are benefiting the Federal Government. It's not smart politics, IMO.

As an aside, in my years of following Australian politics I have never previously seen a federal govt attack state governments as much as this one, and it's always down partisan lines. If QLD was a Liberal led state we'd be the Gold Standard but because we have an ALP govt we are attacked every single day by Federal pollies.
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It's a clear wedge attempt, but so overt it's embarrassing

I remain puzzled as to why people think the monotonous, robotic delivery that the LNP favour cuts through.
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Farva wrote: Sat Oct 16, 2021 4:18 am The white anting coming from the federal government is appalling. We are in this situation because they forgot to order vaccines and didn’t bother arranging proper quarantine facilities.
But here is the thing, Vic is following the National plan nearly to the letter. We will partly open at 70% and then further at 80%.
What is Josh doing here?
And where is the opposition to remind voters of that? So there is so much material out there for them but they cant seem to open their mouths.
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grievous wrote: Sat Oct 16, 2021 4:24 am
And where is the opposition to remind voters of that? So there is so much material out there for them but they cant seem to open their mouths.
You still believe it's the ALP not saying anything rather than not having a platform? :lol:
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Pat the Ex Mat wrote: Sat Oct 16, 2021 4:37 am
grievous wrote: Sat Oct 16, 2021 4:24 am
And where is the opposition to remind voters of that? So there is so much material out there for them but they cant seem to open their mouths.
You still believe it's the ALP not saying anything rather than not having a platform? :lol:
It everything but the easiest thing to do for any opposition is whine about what the government is/isnt doing well.
Any moron knows that.
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