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21 hours ago, gaspard said:

There is one massive positive we can take from this omicron outbreak and the snatzi crowd restrictions. We now know beyond any doubt that it is predominantly the vaccinated that spread the virus and not the unjabbed minority. I look forward to the resumption of football without having to display proof of my medical status to gain entry to Ibrox.

 

The myth that the vaccination significantly reduces transmissability (is that a word?) has surely now been exposed,  why restrict entry to 500 in a 50.000 capacity outdoor venue that only allows double jabbed admission? 

You can`t exactly get your head around this, even over here. We`ve had 15k supporters in outdoor arenas and 5k indoors - double-jabbed and mask-wearing. They now have reduced this outdoors to no spectators whatsoever, while indoors it is reduced to 2k (incl. staff), at least in sports arenas. So we have 2k people tomorrow at the Mercedes-Benz-Arena ice-hockey game, all people doubble-jabbed, mask-wearing and having to provide a negative test valid for tomorrow too. And obviously rather strict health protocols all around the arena. While it is quite beyond me, why large football stadiums can`t have 5 to 25k spectators spread across the stands, the main argument against it is that outside the stadium distance-/health-restrictions won`t be adhered to.

 

For reference, the MBA has a capacity of 14.5 (ice-hockey) to 17k.

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3 minutes ago, der Berliner said:

You can`t exactly get your head around this, even over here

It's because Scots vote for authoritarian Nationalist nutcases, Hellbent on power.

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15 hours ago, Gonzo79 said:

It's because Scots vote for authoritarian Nationalist nutcases, Hellbent on power.

Didnt your hear.. shes promised us independence!

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38 minutes ago, Bill said:

She's clearly terrified of independence, which is why she's done everything in her power for the last 7 years to avoid any chance of it ever happening. Even if she's eventually forced into trying to hold a second referendum .... she won't get it ... and even if she does, she won't win it ... and even if she wins it she won't go ahead with it unless there's a guaranteed path to relinquishing independence by joining the EU. The is no one in the SNP who will even contemplate an independent Scotland. The only thing the SNP wants is a continuation of it's own seat on the gravy train.

 

Sad thing is they will still be in power after the next election because the opposition is so pitiful weak and mealy mouthed. 

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4 hours ago, compo said:

Sad thing is they will still be in power after the next election because the opposition is so pitiful weak and mealy mouthed. 

It's much worse than that. It wouldn't matter who the opposition is or how good they are - splitting the opposition vote three ways almost guarantees an SNP win. Either the opposition cooperates (which they won't) or the nationalist vote splits (of which there's no sign). It's perfect storm stuff.

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