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« Reply #15 on: Thursday, November 25, 2021, 23:27:02 »

This looks like the kind of fear mongering bollocks that makes my clinical colleagues fucking furious. Especially those working in our ICUs where currently  every bed has an unvaccinated person who's been dumb enough to believable shite in it.

This is presented like it's a list of athletes that have died after vaccination. Five minutes of googling tells you that's not the case. It's just a list of relatively young people that have died in the last year. Which sadly they do every year.

Just looking at the first two or three tells you someone is loading this list with deaths that do not fit this context at all. Jalen Leavey wasn't a footballer, he was a 19 year old community college student and member of their marching band. Neither was his death an unexplained shock following vaccination. He died of a long term pre-existing illness.

Please can I beg people not to listen to the ill informed on twitter. There's a lot of people out there that don't seem to care the lives they risk to look like a smartarse.



Darin awards are going to be swamped with candidates this year and next for that matter.
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« Reply #16 on: Friday, November 26, 2021, 06:28:43 »

Whilst pretty rare, there's always been a death every now and again from undiagnosed heart conditions or other health stuff hasn't there?

The level of athleticism in the game now is so much higher than it was 25 years ago - your gazzas and mersons and le tissiers would be fucked now. No sweating  off your hangover in bin bags in the top flight.

Also with the internet you get to know about it. I wouldn't have known about a French youth player or a German 3rd div lad dropping dead in the early 2000s.

Correlation isn't causation . And an increased data pool doesn't mean an increase in events.

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