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people don't know who can go to the beach or not
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sfjsjksks
2020-06-26 06:38:25 UTC
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crowds need governing

there's been no direction, no government, no filtering

what does hancock expect

hancock to public 'ok you can go to the beach'

public: excellent let's go to the beach

hancock: you are not being responsible, crowds are at the beach

public: you told us, the crowd, that we could go to the beach

public/press: ???
sfjsjksks
2020-06-26 06:48:08 UTC
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cummings to public 'be responsible'
'govern/coordinate yourself'
shoulda had every person phoning everybody else up
'gonna go to the beach'
'so am i'
'we can't all go'
cummings said we must be responsible
sfjsjksks
2020-06-26 06:51:10 UTC
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this is the level/degree of the cummings government
without the civil service, without anything at all

some stupid fucking banners

'all on you'

oh look. those .. on his lecturn
the notice .. its all in yellow and black

be responsible
maybe we should form a government, so we can be responsible
maybe we can organise

HANCOCK SAID WE COULD GO TO THE BEACH
WE WENT ALL THE WAY TO THE BEACH THEN WE HAVE POLICE YELLING @ US WITH
LOUDHAILERS TELLING US WE WERE IRRESPONSIBLE
who is not supposed to go to the fking beach?

did cummings go to the beach?

johnson: 'schools schools schools'
sfjsjksks
2020-06-26 06:51:39 UTC
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thats the key 'be responsible'

they are not

so.
Keema's Nan
2020-06-26 07:09:31 UTC
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Post by sfjsjksks
crowds need governing
there's been no direction, no government, no filtering
what does hancock expect
hancock to public 'ok you can go to the beach'
public: excellent let's go to the beach
hancock: you are not being responsible, crowds are at the beach
public: you told us, the crowd, that we could go to the beach
public/press: ???
It’s the government’s fault.

They didn’t have to end lockdown by allowing people to travel as far as
they liked in England.

They could have restricted it to a 25 mile radius.

That way the low lifes, who normally trash Med resorts and European capital
cities on their never ending “let’s get smashed every day” lifestyle,
would have to piss, shit, and vomit over their own areas.
JNugent
2020-06-30 23:12:36 UTC
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Post by sfjsjksks
crowds need governing
there's been no direction, no government, no filtering
what does hancock expect
hancock to public 'ok you can go to the beach'
public: excellent let's go to the beach
hancock: you are not being responsible, crowds are at the beach
public: you told us, the crowd, that we could go to the beach
public/press: ???
If you're unsure, don't go.

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Ian Jackson
2020-07-01 21:12:49 UTC
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crowds need governing
there's been no direction, no government, no filtering
what does hancock expect
hancock to public 'ok you can go to the beach'
public: excellent let's go to the beach
hancock: you are not being responsible, crowds are at the beach
public: you told us, the crowd, that we could go to the beach
public/press: ???
If you're unsure, don't go.
You have not been charged for this message.
Surely the rules about going to the beach are exactly the same as for
going anywhere else - ie observe the rules about social distancing,
hygiene and general etiquette - oh - and by the way, don't shit and piss
everywhere, and don't leave loads of nasty rubbish behind you.
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Ian
JNugent
2020-07-02 00:30:11 UTC
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crowds need governing
 there's been no direction, no government, no filtering
 what does hancock expect
 hancock to public 'ok you can go to the beach'
 public: excellent let's go to the beach
 hancock: you are not being responsible, crowds are at the beach
 public: you told us, the crowd, that we could go to the beach
 public/press: ???
If you're unsure, don't go.
You have not been charged for this message.
Surely the rules about going to the beach are exactly the same as for
going anywhere else - ie observe the rules about social distancing,
hygiene and general etiquette - oh - and by the way, don't shit and piss
everywhere, and don't leave loads of nasty rubbish behind you.
All of that may well be true (I wouldn't comment on that), but the fact
remains that if one is unsure as to whether one is allowed to do
something (going to the beach being merely an example), one should not
do it.
Col
2020-07-02 06:00:13 UTC
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crowds need governing
 there's been no direction, no government, no filtering
 what does hancock expect
 hancock to public 'ok you can go to the beach'
 public: excellent let's go to the beach
 hancock: you are not being responsible, crowds are at the beach
 public: you told us, the crowd, that we could go to the beach
 public/press: ???
If you're unsure, don't go.
You have not been charged for this message.
Surely the rules about going to the beach are exactly the same as for
going anywhere else - ie observe the rules about social distancing,
hygiene and general etiquette - oh - and by the way, don't shit and piss
everywhere, and don't leave loads of nasty rubbish behind you.
That last bit, as far as I am aware, was always a rule even *before*
coronavirus.
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Col
Keema's Nan
2020-07-02 07:43:40 UTC
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crowds need governing
there's been no direction, no government, no filtering
what does hancock expect
hancock to public 'ok you can go to the beach'
public: excellent let's go to the beach
hancock: you are not being responsible, crowds are at the beach
public: you told us, the crowd, that we could go to the beach
public/press: ???
If you're unsure, don't go.
You have not been charged for this message.
Surely the rules about going to the beach are exactly the same as for
going anywhere else - ie observe the rules about social distancing,
hygiene and general etiquette - oh - and by the way, don't shit and piss
everywhere, and don't leave loads of nasty rubbish behind you.
That last bit, as far as I am aware, was always a rule even *before*
coronavirus.
But rarely observed.

Many may be in denial, but Britain is a country which has no pride in its
countryside.

Everything is viewed in terms of ‘how much money can I make out of this’.
If it were not for charities such as the National Trust and RSPB, most of the
British coast would have had ‘luxury executive housing’ built on the best
bits, and vast caravan sites built on the worst bits.
Ian Jackson
2020-07-02 07:52:10 UTC
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crowds need governing
 there's been no direction, no government, no filtering
 what does hancock expect
 hancock to public 'ok you can go to the beach'
 public: excellent let's go to the beach
 hancock: you are not being responsible, crowds are at the beach
 public: you told us, the crowd, that we could go to the beach
 public/press: ???
If you're unsure, don't go.
You have not been charged for this message.
Surely the rules about going to the beach are exactly the same as
for going anywhere else - ie observe the rules about social
distancing, hygiene and general etiquette - oh - and by the way,
don't shit and piss everywhere, and don't leave loads of nasty
rubbish behind you.
That last bit, as far as I am aware, was always a rule even *before*
coronavirus.
But it's the last bit that featured so much in the news. I guess that
people decided that the rules of civilised behaviour no longer applied.
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Ian
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