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  1. 18 points
    @Captain Caveman Your @ didn't work. I didn't say anywhere was shite. I'm sure your villa in Florida is lovely. I was saying you and @BrianFaePerth are a pair of absolute fucking arseholes. Hope this clears up any confusion.
  2. 13 points
    Hey Guys! First of all, I am a fan of Sporting CP but I really like your club. When I started watching football, I was fortunate to see the great Aberdeen of the 80s. Above all, I remember that victory over Real Madrid in the winners cup final. I was in Scotland in 2005 and I was privileged to have visited your stadium and seen a game at that time (where unfortunately you lost against Hibernian by 0-1). I wish the best of luck for Thursday despite being the only game I want you to lose this season.🙂 As for some of the comments I read here ... it is not at all true that Sporting fans do not respect Aberdeen. In fact, most of us from all possible opponents wanted to avoid Aberdeen in this round. As is normal, there are some silly fans who say stupid things (but I think that is common to all clubs ...). Normally, Sporting fans have great respect for all opponents. I believe that the game on Thursday will be very close because Sporting has not yet played any official game but because unfortunately 6 very important players will not be able to play thanks to COVID. Regards,
  3. 12 points
    I can live with that. I don't have to live with a chin the size of Belgium, a brain the size of a pea and a penis that is as much use to you as a cunt to a nun Back in your box millermong
  4. 12 points
    Anderson was a brilliant player for us. A very good defender and certainly a modern legend. His weakness was definitely strong, physical forwards though. Which is probably why he struggled down south, where if you're not strong and quick, you need to be supremely talented. Find it weird that an Aberdeen fan would be so desperate to slag off someone who done so much for AFC though. Bizarre behaviour.
  5. 12 points
    Ok I tried being polite. Now I’ll say what I really think. Fuck off you horrible, obnoxious & semi-literate cunt.
  6. 11 points
    SEVCO fans are permanently angry because Rangers died & they walked away and let it happen. Fuck the huns
  7. 11 points
    Lapland Melchester Rovers Me and my Mum
  8. 10 points
    An embarrassment to the shirt, running from the opportunity. If they can't be motivated enough to kick fuck out of opponents wearing those particular blue tops, they're not real men.
  9. 9 points
    Its a caker to stick to the rules if you've never spermed up a woman, dont have a job, dont have a house, dont have a car and jettison friends who go on holiday. Unfortunately thats a tiny percentage of the population. Bunch of fucking cunts.
  10. 9 points
    She’s already shown her hand on that one. Aberdeen cases rise = Aberdeen restrictions. Glasgow and Lanarkshire cases rise = sweeping restrictions across Scotland. Indefensible really.
  11. 9 points
    Absolutely delighted with the four wins on the bounce. Particularly ending Hibs momentum early is very important. Now we can start thinking about getting close to the ugly sisters. No reason to believe we cant win the next couple and end up top of the league. Dream
  12. 9 points
    You post far far too often. Less is more... or in your case... SHUT THE FUCK UP
  13. 8 points
    You going to force your folks buy your old one again?
  14. 8 points
    9 cases in Grampian today and we are on the same restrictions as the central belt? 7 in the Highlands. Sturgeon bottled locking down Central Belt areas but was happy to lockdown Aberdeen. Cowardly and weak
  15. 8 points
    Doesnt get the credit he deserves from a lot of folk. In his prime he was exceptional for club and country, at the very highest level. Agile, smart, and brave as a lion. (Not including the infamous contact lenses disaster at man utd) The golden triangle, him/miller/mcleish for AFC and Scotland - unstoppable. Edit: It has to be said also, He was cool as a cucumber in massive games which as we know is a massive attribute for a keeper. A rolls royce goalkeeper.
  16. 8 points
    You can sit at a table with only 2 households up to six. But you can share the rest of the pub with God knows how many households. I, like many, have stuck to the guidelines throughout. But I can't help but think it's those that are sticking to it who are now getting punished the most. The damage being done to people's mental well being is far greater than the virus itself and I can't help but think her decisions are now being made with one eye on next year's election. The problem is currently in Glasgow and Lanarkshire not anywhere else. But rather than risk imposing a lockdown on these SNP heartlands she's imposing them nationally to save any potential backlash from Glasgow or Lanarkshire.
  17. 7 points
    Flu kills 250,000 - 500,000 worldwide annually, COVID-19 is over 1,000,000 deaths in less than a year. Don’t need to be a member of a cult to know that you spout lies and are full of shit.
  18. 7 points
    That wasn’t the question that was asked. And care homes were always likely to be at serious threat due to the comings and goings of staff. There are highlighted cases of how poorly care home residents are cared for by staff at the best of times. They will be by no means blameless in the scheme of things. Your complacent dismissive attitude of everything Covid is surprising. Its almost like you just want to be contrary of the establishment rather than anything else. I also find it interesting the way that folk continue to draw comparisons with stats of the flu. Covid stats are exceeding the flu in almost every aspect, despite the drastic measures that have been taken all over the world to try to minimise transmission. All the people with this seemingly selfish, complacent, ignorant attitude towards Covid are a major part of the problem for me.
  19. 7 points
    Still don’t think we’ll get £1m for McKenna, “mate”?
  20. 7 points
    a) I've not been in many pubs/restaurants of late, but the few times I've been in I can see immediately that guidance is not being followed. Either multiple households at one table or people moving about to speak to other tables etc. This may change with stricter penalties and more inspections going forward, but it still depends in trust of the information you get from customers. Instead of trusting a household of people you would invite over, you are trusting the actions of the people running the establishment you are in, plus everyone that happens to be in it. b) Arguments that these controlled environments are better ventilated etc than home seems to be put forward as universal argument when that is clearly not the case. I've been in plenty establishments where ventilation is at a premium. c) My garden is not a controlled environment. I am trusted to have people in my garden as long as I want. The risk is lower outdoors, but is a non-socially distanced catch up outdoors safer than a socially distanced catch up indoors? d) The only outbreak of note that we have had locally (up here) has been in the "controlled" environment. There has been no issue with household to household within the local area. Yet, we are being told that we can still do the thing that caused the outbreak locally is allowed to continue, but something else that hasn't been an issue isn't allowed. e) If it is that controlled an environment, what makes it become uncontrolled after 10pm? f) Why were we allowed to meet indoors before we could go to a restaurant/bar indoors during the gradual easing of the original lockdown? g) To parliament yesterday, Nicola Sturgeon basically said that she would shut pubs and hospitality if she had the ability to continue schemes like the Job Retention Scheme. The main reason they are remaining open is to protect jobs. To me, it seems like they are risks with all interactions, and the main reason that we are allowed to meet people in an indoor environment with lots of other people rather than an indoor environment where there are just two households is because of the economy. I understand this reasoning from a national policy perspective, but trying to dress it up as scientifically backed is just nonsense. Then when you add in that we are now moving from a regional approach to a more national approach just leaves a sour taste in the mouth. Why in areas of low prevalence are we having as strict rules with areas with high prevalence? Why was this not the case in the Aberdeen lockdown? Why is there no 5 mile travel limit in the areas where stronger measures were required before? I'm losing confidence in the Scottish government making good decisions around this. The less confidence I have, the less likely I am to abide by rules they set.
  21. 7 points
    The selfish minority are the cunts who want to keep going with restrictions.
  22. 7 points
    To self-govern your own country is a no-brainer imo. To put it simply - in a relatively wealthy country with a population of 5mil, an economy/a budget/schools/hospitals/emergency services, etc, can be governed more efficiently/effectively than the same for 66mil people. Fuckall to do with kilts and shortbread. The fear and small-mindedness to vote against it, i’ll never understand.
  23. 7 points
    Parky and Mini, the two biggest moaning arseholes on here, wanking away about how bad brexit is and how bad all the 'covidiots' are, banging on about people 'moaning' is truly horrific chat. Why don't you both just stay in the house, watch netflix and save yourselves from this deadly virus and let normal people live their lives. Nobody is stopping anyone from shielding so fucking shield all you want you pair of plums.
  24. 7 points
    Just after 9am, and you've posted the most insane thing I'll read all day.
  25. 7 points
    It gives creedence to the Irish fellows theory that having let the virus spread amongst the population with minimal measures, it has run its course as any flu-type virus would. Its higher death rate attributed to a milder flu season in 2019 and an exposed care sector. While the rest of us are fannying about with lockdowns and 'rules of six' we're merely prolonging the agony whilst we wait for enough of the population pass it around.
  26. 7 points
    I actually hope he delivers this Brexit that you and many others voted for, I think it's great especially when you see areas that voted for it get all the extra 'stuff' they didn't anticipate. The people of Kent getting their back gardens tarmacked over and their property value drop over night, all the old pensioners that have moved to Spain and France now being unable to sustain living there due to the extras costs "I didn't realise that taking back control of our borders meant we'd be treated like this" one of my favourite quotes I read from some 70 year old white woman that loves staying in Benidorm because of the food and culture that had just found out she'd need x amount to stay there and very expensive health insurance, LOL. Then we have the people of Cornwall who voted for Brexit, they are now out with the begging bowl wanting £700m to cover the EU funding that they will be losing, tremendous! Now on to the farmers, wonderful, wonderful British farmers, the lads that thrive on exploiting European workers, seen one guy on the news last week who owned a company that specialised in providing European staff for farmers, reckons as of Jan 1st his company is no longer viable, shame but he voted for it so he'll have to live that, it's also funny that this pandemic highlighted just how much farmers rely on European workers so next year will be even funnier. I also think it's fantastic that the current cost of Brexit is already more than what GREAT Britain had paid in EU fees over the years, only to be more restricted and cut off, after all we're just a tiny island that pines for the good old days of Colonialism, sadly for Boris, his paymasters and the people that bought in to this, those days won't be coming back, it's time for the reality check on how small this place really is. Now it's best to start getting ready for all the fall out of what they voted for and wanted, huge job losses, medicine, food and fuel shortages, long delays at customs check points, tighter restrictions on travel, the loss of some basic human rights and a very weak economy. RULE BRITANNIA BABY!!!!
  27. 7 points
    She's having a mare just now. Very low a cases In Grampian and she's putting us in with the whe of the country. Incredibily frustrating. "cases are more than trebling across the country"
  28. 7 points
    Ross McCrorie is a red e-i-e-i-o Left the huns because they’re dead e-i-e-i-o With a great goal here , a great goal there Here a goal , there a goal Gerrard is an arsehole Ross McCrorie is a red e-i-e-i-o or pinch the Man Yoo one about Gary Neville to the tune of London Bridge is falling down :- Ross McCrorie is a red , is a red , is a red Ross McCrorie is a red, he hates Rangers
  29. 7 points
    The contract is watertight...he will be our player next summer And Morelos has just been stretchered off with his knee burst open. Happy days are here again
  30. 7 points
    The rhetoric with which the MSM are writing just now is sickening. Sky news wrote yesterday 'there are signs that hospital admissions are beginning to increase'. statements like that are written to scare you into thinking this mythical second wave is happening. That statement is just words thrown together using the loosest of statistics from an unspecified period, it's just all nonsense. This R number talk is complete nonsense aswell. Again I would urge anyone to not adhere to government guidelines and just get on with your life in the manner which best suits you. Using the most relevant and up to date statistics, Rona is undoubtedly real, but less fatal than influenza. Dunno what the obsession is with trying to keep everyone alive anyway. Disease has been around as long as man. Let it happen and weed out the weak. I want the jukeboxes back.
  31. 7 points
    Not too far out of context, given that he was responding to the subject of reading books. It's not like anyone should find it news that the British Empire was a totally evil construct who's sole purpose was the exploitation of human beings and looting their assets, including their forced labour. The fact he said "some on here" was interesting but I fear his fishing skills on this occasion won't be sufficient to flush them up to the surface. On a more direct context (to the post he was quoting), I don't get reading a book in a pub. Why go? Can read at home and save money with CANS. I've never considered a pub as a library. I go for totally different reasons, exclusively social.
  32. 7 points
    It's not the illogical nature of some of these things that bugs me, it's the fact we are letting them impose them on us with no questions asked. No debates, no votes, it's crazy. We don't let the police enter someone's house without a warrant if they think they are a murderer or sex offender but we have decided its OK for them to do it if they think someone is having a few mates round for a drink. We've fucked up massively here.
  33. 7 points
    More and more of the opinion that this whole virus shit show is an exercise in futility. Sticking a plaster over a gaping wound wont work. As we’ve opened up more, the cases have increased. The severity (so far) has not. It’s inevitable. No amount of mask wearing, social distancing, local lockdowns or sanitising will eradicate it because let’s face it, folk just can’t or won’t adhere to the rules. We’re social by nature. I’ve had a cold for the last week, another less severe type of coronavirus. They’re not terribly enjoyable, more inconvenient but the point is, despite sticking to all the measures, I have it. It broke my defences somehow. If we want to return to normality, we’ll have to accept it is a risk in much the same way as the common cold or flu are regularly circulating virus, which for the overwhelming majority of us will pass through with little drama. A vaccine will supress its potency towards the vulnerable but probably wont make them immune. It wont be some miraculous cure when it does arrive and it’ll still be responsible for thousands of deaths in much the same way seasonal flu is. Bottom line is we best get used to it being around.
  34. 7 points
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  35. 6 points
    Don't you have some council tax pish you need to get the papers involved with ?
  36. 6 points
    You've got a right hard on for Anderson and I have no idea why, he's obviously not up there with the players of the 80's however he did a lot of good things for the Dons. Captained the Dons to our only trophy in 25 years, we received a large fee for him when we was in financial dire straits, he donated his signing on fee to Aberdeen youth development and even managed to score more goals playing for the Dons at centre back than your futsal idol zero.
  37. 6 points
    It's the weekend lads. Have a day off the Covid chat and enjoy a few beers.
  38. 6 points
    I can see you are a man of culture
  39. 6 points
    "I'm hearing" is one of THE most embarrassing things there is to say
  40. 6 points
    If medicine, virology, epidemiology and public health specialists can't say that, I highly doubt that you can.
  41. 6 points
    Judgment reserved here until it is revealed how he chooses to approach the arse cheeks during our mini renaissance. If it's more of the same 'respect' he affords them, then I would like to see him moved on. It's embarrassing our efforts against them over the majority of his tenure. I still wait to be convinced that he deserves to see out his contract.
  42. 6 points
  43. 6 points
    Mini in his mum's spare room.
  44. 6 points
    You don't have the basic intellectual capacity to understand the debate, any debate which is why you rarely say anything and never contribute anything that even borders on the coherent or semi-intelligent. Don't blame posters who are capable of discussing things like adults for your infantile state of ignorance and stunted development.
  45. 6 points
    You'd be better admitting you were havering pish, rather than keeping on digging.
  46. 6 points
    That cunt from England who held up the bypass for years should have been burnt at the stake in the Castlegate
  47. 6 points
    gittin yer confidence beck aye? welcome tae a fresh hell
  48. 6 points
    That’s just it, a lot of folk are frozen with fear regards COVID, getting themselves worked up over numbers that keep getting churned out by the MSM that stokes peoples anxieties because there’s never any context to them. So number of cases are going up, but very few are needing treatment now. This seems to be largely down to increased testing including random community testing which is probably picking up more asymptomatic folk who don’t even realise they have it. All this proves is that it was likely more widespread to begin with. Oh but its largely younger people getting it now and can fight it off easier... Maybe, but surely these younger folk would still be passing it on to their elder relatives and we’d be seeing a surge in admissions and deaths? Be nice to see these cases broken down to see where the trends are. COVID’s now way down the list in terms of deadly illnesses so why are we still persisting with this daily drama when there’s literally dozens more worse diseases and illnesses to be concerned about.
  49. 6 points
    It's because MT is a dick.
  50. 6 points
    Massive reduction in 70 yard hoofs with Taylor sitting where his passes end up.
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