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Re: Friendly’s

Post by Laner57 » 14 Dec 2021, 19:33

Anti vaxxers should be made to pay their hospital costs. That might focus their tiny brains. It's selfishness and stupidity beyond belief.

Oh and just so we all know who they are I'd hang a bell round their necks so we can stay well clear.

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Re: Friendly’s

Post by SuffolkTiger » 14 Dec 2021, 21:23

Laner57 wrote: 14 Dec 2021, 19:33 Anti vaxxers should be made to pay their hospital costs. That might focus their tiny brains. It's selfishness and stupidity beyond belief.

Oh and just so we all know who they are I'd hang a bell round their necks so we can stay well clear.
Agree.

A total lack of intelligence, common sense and consideration for others.

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Re: Friendly’s

Post by Fumper27 » 14 Dec 2021, 21:30

I’m in the “let people make their own choice” camp. However, I’m also in the “if you refuse the vaccine and get ill with Covid you either pay for all treatment or get no treatment at all. It’s not just Covid, it should apply to all who make bad lifestyle choices that may require medical intervention in later life.

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Re: Friendly’s

Post by tigerfeat » 15 Dec 2021, 09:02

Laner57 wrote: 14 Dec 2021, 19:33 Anti vaxxers should be made to pay their hospital costs. That might focus their tiny brains. It's selfishness and stupidity beyond belief.

Oh and just so we all know who they are I'd hang a bell round their necks so we can stay well clear.
Spot on I heard the American footballer Aaron Rodgers a few weeks ago explaining how it goes against his life choices to have the vaccine I would have loved for the reporter to ask him don't you think that's being incredibly selfish just thinking about yourself
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Re: Friendly’s

Post by mart0042 » 15 Dec 2021, 10:48

tigerfeat wrote: 15 Dec 2021, 09:02
Laner57 wrote: 14 Dec 2021, 19:33 Anti vaxxers should be made to pay their hospital costs. That might focus their tiny brains. It's selfishness and stupidity beyond belief.

Oh and just so we all know who they are I'd hang a bell round their necks so we can stay well clear.
Spot on I heard the American footballer Aaron Rodgers a few weeks ago explaining how it goes against his life choices to have the vaccine I would have loved for the reporter to ask him don't you think that's being incredibly selfish just thinking about yourself
And he will have had injections to allow him to play with injury.

So he's making a choice. Good for him but it's a bit easier when you have a few million in the bank and on a few million dollars a season. His choice may change if he was on his last 10 bucks.

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Re: Friendly’s

Post by Fumper27 » 15 Dec 2021, 11:00

mart0042 wrote: 15 Dec 2021, 10:48
tigerfeat wrote: 15 Dec 2021, 09:02
Laner57 wrote: 14 Dec 2021, 19:33 Anti vaxxers should be made to pay their hospital costs. That might focus their tiny brains. It's selfishness and stupidity beyond belief.

Oh and just so we all know who they are I'd hang a bell round their necks so we can stay well clear.
Spot on I heard the American footballer Aaron Rodgers a few weeks ago explaining how it goes against his life choices to have the vaccine I would have loved for the reporter to ask him don't you think that's being incredibly selfish just thinking about yourself
And he will have had injections to allow him to play with injury.

So he's making a choice. Good for him but it's a bit easier when you have a few million in the bank and on a few million dollars a season. His choice may change if he was on his last 10 bucks.
True. A quick google shows Arron Rodger’s has a net worth of $120,000,000…

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Re: Friendly’s

Post by lurcher » 15 Dec 2021, 13:05

Fumper27 wrote: 15 Dec 2021, 11:00
mart0042 wrote: 15 Dec 2021, 10:48
tigerfeat wrote: 15 Dec 2021, 09:02
Laner57 wrote: 14 Dec 2021, 19:33 Anti vaxxers should be made to pay their hospital costs. That might focus their tiny brains. It's selfishness and stupidity beyond belief.

Oh and just so we all know who they are I'd hang a bell round their necks so we can stay well clear.
Spot on I heard the American footballer Aaron Rodgers a few weeks ago explaining how it goes against his life choices to have the vaccine I would have loved for the reporter to ask him don't you think that's being incredibly selfish just thinking about yourself
And he will have had injections to allow him to play with injury.

So he's making a choice. Good for him but it's a bit easier when you have a few million in the bank and on a few million dollars a season. His choice may change if he was on his last 10 bucks.
well thats nowt
True. A quick google shows Arron Rodger’s has a net worth of $120,000,000…
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Re: Friendly’s

Post by mart0042 » 16 Dec 2021, 10:56

Fumper27 wrote: 15 Dec 2021, 11:00
mart0042 wrote: 15 Dec 2021, 10:48
tigerfeat wrote: 15 Dec 2021, 09:02
Laner57 wrote: 14 Dec 2021, 19:33 Anti vaxxers should be made to pay their hospital costs. That might focus their tiny brains. It's selfishness and stupidity beyond belief.

Oh and just so we all know who they are I'd hang a bell round their necks so we can stay well clear.
Spot on I heard the American footballer Aaron Rodgers a few weeks ago explaining how it goes against his life choices to have the vaccine I would have loved for the reporter to ask him don't you think that's being incredibly selfish just thinking about yourself
And he will have had injections to allow him to play with injury.

So he's making a choice. Good for him but it's a bit easier when you have a few million in the bank and on a few million dollars a season. His choice may change if he was on his last 10 bucks.
True. A quick google shows Arron Rodger’s has a net worth of $120,000,000…
Jeez he's rich, he doesn't come from Cas does he? Would he like a rugby League club to own as a plaything.

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Re: Friendly’s

Post by Fumper27 » 29 Dec 2021, 22:30

https://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/sport/r ... 508697?amp

Lee Radford confirms Salford friendly cancelled due to us playing them in Wk 1

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Re: Friendly’s

Post by gateman » 30 Dec 2021, 11:26

Hardly two warm up games to test us no disrespect to the two teams we will be playing, pulling out of the Salford fixture was right as we playing them in the first round

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Re: Friendly’s

Post by gateman » 02 Jan 2022, 18:09

can you buy tickets at the shop or is it all on line for the York match ??

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Re: Friendly’s

Post by pat » 02 Jan 2022, 19:48

Unlucky picking Salford for a friendly our only home friendly sure they could of got us another one.

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Re: Friendly’s

Post by Tigers1926 » 02 Jan 2022, 21:19

Can someone explain what friendlies have got to do with covid and not having/having the jab??

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Re: Friendly’s

Post by gateman » 02 Jan 2022, 23:47

gateman wrote: 02 Jan 2022, 18:09 can you buy tickets at the shop or is it all on line for the York match ??
THIS

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Re: Friendly’s

Post by tigerfeat » 03 Jan 2022, 12:35

gateman wrote: 02 Jan 2022, 18:09 can you buy tickets at the shop or is it all on line for the York match ??
Think you have to buy them online I will go in the shop tomorrow and ask if you can buy them in the club shop or not
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Re: Friendly’s

Post by gateman » 03 Jan 2022, 15:48

tigerfeat wrote: 03 Jan 2022, 12:35
gateman wrote: 02 Jan 2022, 18:09 can you buy tickets at the shop or is it all on line for the York match ??
Think you have to buy them online I will go in the shop tomorrow and ask if you can buy them in the club shop or not
post how you go on mate

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Re: Friendly’s

Post by Derbyshiretiger » 03 Jan 2022, 17:44

Can anyone confirm doncaster away 22nd? My partner lives within walking distance but I'm bloody working

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Re: Friendly’s

Post by tigerfeat » 05 Jan 2022, 10:48

gateman wrote: 03 Jan 2022, 15:48
tigerfeat wrote: 03 Jan 2022, 12:35
gateman wrote: 02 Jan 2022, 18:09 can you buy tickets at the shop or is it all on line for the York match ??
Think you have to buy them online I will go in the shop tomorrow and ask if you can buy them in the club shop or not
post how you go on mate
There's no tickets in the shop mate go on line and get one to be delivered to your house or if you've got a mobile get a E ticket he told me
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Re: Friendly’s

Post by gateman » 05 Jan 2022, 11:05

tigerfeat wrote: 05 Jan 2022, 10:48
gateman wrote: 03 Jan 2022, 15:48
tigerfeat wrote: 03 Jan 2022, 12:35
gateman wrote: 02 Jan 2022, 18:09 can you buy tickets at the shop or is it all on line for the York match ??
Think you have to buy them online I will go in the shop tomorrow and ask if you can buy them in the club shop or not
post how you go on mate
There's no tickets in the shop mate go on line and get one to be delivered to your house or if you've got a mobile get a E ticket he told me
thanks mate that as saved me a trail i will have to get my Son to do it i am not too savey with all this lot and i do not have a smart phone

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Re: Friendly’s

Post by Swagger » 05 Jan 2022, 12:54

Laner57 wrote: 14 Dec 2021, 19:33 Anti vaxxers should be made to pay their hospital costs. That might focus their tiny brains. It's selfishness and stupidity beyond belief.

Oh and just so we all know who they are I'd hang a bell round their necks so we can stay well clear.

Give over. Anti Vaxxers are probably safer at these events where they have to take a lateral flow before.... the covid passport for vaxxers means nothing. You can still carry and pass it on. Where as anti vaxxers go to these events knowing they don't have it.

Anti Vaxxers pay there own hospital costs..... its a matter of own choice.... people can do as they want. We as a country shouldn't force anone to do something they don't want to. Its not a legal requirement.

Before you say... I am vaccinated on the first 2 vaccines. But I am very happy to drink or go to a game with vaxxed and unvaxxed.

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