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6 hours ago, ALBIONSAINT said:

So this what it’s came to, what a great example to demonstrate to the kids. I,m alright Jack pull the ladder up. 

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Not surprising, as many groups will see themselves as priority.

I would suggest all workers involved in the supply and sale of food, who are mixing with large numbers of the public every day, and have been throughout this, should be prioritised.

Not mentioning the utter shite they have had to endure from the good old British public. 

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20 hours ago, Sue Denim said:

Hong Kong flu came and went in 69/70 without a lockdown and with far greater mortality.

Lockdown is killing millions.

Their death, the middle class left’s virtue. 

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You've made the claim lockdown is million millions countless times, yet to see any evidence to back this. 

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Aye, it seems being a fud isn't just a British disease ..........................

An Irishman was so desperate for a sunny vacation in Tenerife that he waved a fake employer letter at the Dublin airport last month saying he was an “essential worker” scheduled for a job at a Tenerife hotel.

The traveler, who was not identified, was described in the phony document as an “Electronic Security Systems Provider, which is an essential service in Europe and covered by the Irish Government advice of January 24th,” the Sun reported Saturday.

The letter had been issued by the “Human Resources Department of (company),” and that “the individual will provide an essential service at (hotel) in Tenerife, Spain.”

However, Irish police realized the letter was phony and the would-be holiday goer was fined about $600, the Sun reported.

“COVID-19 doesn’t switch-off so that people can attend parties, or go on holidays, or gather in large groups,” police said in a statement.

So far 375 fines have been issued at Dublin Airport to people for leaving the country for non-essential travel.

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16 hours ago, Tommy said:

Anybody going to the Louisa Jordan hospital for their jag, can park free at the City Parking Hydro car park adjacent to the hospital. 

I got my jag yesterday which was obviously work,rather than age,related.Parked at the pedestrian walkway over the Expressway and walked across.
That’s the first time I’ve walked it and there’s been no buskers.🎸🎶🎤

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15 minutes ago, HSS said:

I got my jag yesterday which was obviously work,rather than age,related.Parked at the pedestrian walkway over the Expressway and walked across.
That’s the first time I’ve walked it and there’s been no buskers.🎸🎶🎤

That's where the wife always park if she at the SEC for any reason. 

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2 hours ago, salmonbuddie said:

No further comment required, from me or from anyone else. Here's the view from the front line:

https://www.theguardian.com/books/2021/feb/06/ive-been-called-satan-dr-rachel-clarke-on-facing-abuse-in-the-covid-crisis

Thank the LORD, you are here to tell us all what to think.

A weight off, if you will.

A weight off, if you won't.

Either way, honestly it's a relief.

 

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43 minutes ago, salmonbuddie said:
3 hours ago, oaksoft said:
Thank the LORD, you are here to tell us all what to think.
A weight off, if you will.
A weight off, if you won't.
Either way, honestly it's a relief.
 

Did you read the article?

As much of it as I could stomach.

It's all too full of over-emotional novellistic fluff for my liking and it didn't surprise me that it's taken from her newly published book.

I'm not disputing that quite a number of hospitals are over-run and in total chaos but this is not true across the country. I am wary of taking one viewpoint and extrapolating that across the entire UK. I am also very wary of people fluffing their pillows over their involvement.

If that article hadn't been written in such unnecessary, flowery "novellistic" language and had stuck to the facts it would have been easier to read.

BUT as I said, you've already decreed that no comment is needed by anyone else so I'm confused about why you would make that declaration and then come back and ask for my comments.

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As much of it as I could stomach.
It's all too full of over-emotional novellistic fluff for my liking and it didn't surprise me that it's taken from her newly published book.
I'm not disputing that quite a number of hospitals are over-run and in total chaos but this is not true across the country. I am wary of taking one viewpoint and extrapolating that across the entire UK. I am also very wary of people fluffing their pillows over their involvement.
If that article hadn't been written in such unnecessary, flowery "novellistic" language and had stuck to the facts it would have been easier to read.
BUT as I said, you've already decreed that no comment is needed by anyone else so I'm confused about why you would make that declaration and then come back and ask for my comments.
Are you the reincarnation of a WW1 General? It would explain a lot...
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1 hour ago, Sue Denim said:

Another graph that clearly shows your view on the pandemic being ‘over’ is wrong. 

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