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(Yahoo)   Arouund 80% of UK adults nouw believed tou have couvid antiboudies   (uk.news.yahoo.com) divider line
    More: Followup, Immune system, estimates range, Northern Ireland, Sample size, Covid-19 antibodies, United Kingdom, age group, latest estimates  
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6 days ago  
Just a rumour. Humour them.
 
6 days ago  
VVe see vvhat thee didst theure, thine Subby.
 
6 days ago  
More important numbers to give this context:

- How many of those with antibodies have nAbs against the N protein [which proves past infection]
- How many have had a second dose of an mRNA vaccine? The delta variant is so horrifyingly infectious that those are the ones effective enough to stomp it back on their own.
 
6 days ago  
That's about as stupid as the Québecois or Creole claiming their farked up French is the correct version.
 
5 days ago  
Loul stubby.
 
5 days ago  
Suuby too.

/Daum autoucorrect
 
5 days ago  
I remember a year ago how all these ''experts'' were saying that at least half the population had covid antibodies. Oh how wrong they were.
 
5 days ago  
Shouldn't that mean that COVID is basically phased out there? The fact that it's not, is probably bad news if this is an accurate estimate.
 
5 days ago  

Russ1642: That's about as stupid as the Québecois or Creole claiming their farked up French is the correct version.


"The" correct one? No.

"A" correct one? Yes.


Not too many languages give a swearing combo bonus. Even fewer by just naming stuff you might find lying around in a church. Bonus points for mispronunciation with a bit of a stink on it.
 
5 days ago  

Russ1642: That's about as stupid as the Québecois or Creole claiming their farked up French is the correct version.


What's really peeves me with the Québécois, is that they claim they have the best French, because they only use French words instead of English ones, sometimes resorting to very quaint one. But this is the superficial level of preserving the language, because their syntax is shot up all to hell because of all the phrasings they took directly from English.
For instance : "Let's visit Grandma" should be "Allons rendre visite à Grand-mère"
But now, they say "Visitons Grand-mère"., As if Grand-mère was a place, not a person.
 
5 days ago  
Superflos letters cost extra. Subby owes a thosand ponds.
 
5 days ago  

padraig: Russ1642: That's about as stupid as the Québecois or Creole claiming their farked up French is the correct version.

What's really peeves me with the Québécois, is that they claim they have the best French, because they only use French words instead of English ones, sometimes resorting to very quaint one. But this is the superficial level of preserving the language, because their syntax is shot up all to hell because of all the phrasings they took directly from English.
For instance : "Let's visit Grandma" should be "Allons rendre visite à Grand-mère"
But now, they say "Visitons Grand-mère"., As if Grand-mère was a place, not a person.


It is. It's a town two hours from Montreal....

I know. I'm just being a dick
 
5 days ago  

montreal_medic: padraig: Russ1642: That's about as stupid as the Québecois or Creole claiming their farked up French is the correct version.

What's really peeves me with the Québécois, is that they claim they have the best French, because they only use French words instead of English ones, sometimes resorting to very quaint one. But this is the superficial level of preserving the language, because their syntax is shot up all to hell because of all the phrasings they took directly from English.
For instance : "Let's visit Grandma" should be "Allons rendre visite à Grand-mère"
But now, they say "Visitons Grand-mère"., As if Grand-mère was a place, not a person.

It is. It's a town two hours from Montreal....

I know. I'm just being a dick


Holy crap you're right !

About being a dick, that is.

/And the other thing too.
 
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