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Let's never open schools again....
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Keema's Nan
2020-08-02 07:46:00 UTC
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What is the point, when kids will run around infecting each other with the
virus but not showing any symptoms? They just prevent greedy adults from
going around without face masks and dumping beer bottles and take-away
cartons in national parks.

So we get a generation of thickos? They will be ok for delivering fast food
and cases of beer on mopeds, and may be so dense they will accept a cut in
their minimum wage.

What’s not to like?
c***@gmail.com
2020-08-02 10:19:11 UTC
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So we get a generation of thickos? They will be ok for delivering fast food
and cases of beer on mopeds, and may be so dense they will accept a cut in
their minimum wage.
What’s not to like?
At the risk of sounding cynical, would anyone notice the difference?

The education of the British has been systematically dumbed down over the years by successive Governments with the goal of making it easier to pass such legislation as the crap that says you can be had up under anti-terrorism laws for putting your wheely-bin out on the wrong day, for example.

From The Chase recently:

Question: which spiritual leader fled Tibet in 1959 to avoid being captured by the Chinese?

Millennial contestant: Jesus Christ?


From Tipping Point recently:

Question: Roger Bannister became the first man to run a four minute what?

Millennial contestant: Marathon?

I jest ye not, we're doomed......
Keema's Nan
2020-08-02 11:06:09 UTC
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Post by Keema's Nan
So we get a generation of thickos? They will be ok for delivering fast food
and cases of beer on mopeds, and may be so dense they will accept a cut in
their minimum wage.
What’s not to like?
At the risk of sounding cynical, would anyone notice the difference?
Parents would.

Eventually, the rest of the population would get fed up with being verbally
(if not physically) accosted by groups of street urchins with nothing better
to do all day than drink cheap alcohol and take cheap hallucinatory chemicals
with the little money they can get from selling stolen phones, jewellery and
credit cards.
Post by c***@gmail.com
The education of the British has been systematically dumbed down over the
years by successive Governments with the goal of making it easier to pass
such legislation as the crap that says you can be had up under anti-terrorism
laws for putting your wheely-bin out on the wrong day, for example.
Question: which spiritual leader fled Tibet in 1959 to avoid being captured by the Chinese?
Millennial contestant: Jesus Christ?
Question: Roger Bannister became the first man to run a four minute what?
Millennial contestant: Marathon?
I jest ye not, we're doomed......
c***@gmail.com
2020-08-02 11:34:17 UTC
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Eventually, the rest of the population would get fed up with being verbally
(if not physically) accosted by groups of street urchins with nothing better
to do all day than drink cheap alcohol and take cheap hallucinatory chemicals
with the little money they can get from selling stolen phones, jewellery and
credit cards.
So a lot like most inner city suburbs are on a Friday and Saturday night then?

My local Spar shop were renowned for selling alcohol to underage kids who sat around in the park across the road and slowly got leathered....and as the night wore on, and the alcohol kicked in, they would cause trouble inside the shop.

In the end, Spar had to hire a bouncer / security guard....always chuckled at how much they must have been out of pocket because of something they'd brought on themselves.
Keema's Nan
2020-08-02 11:51:41 UTC
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Post by Keema's Nan
Eventually, the rest of the population would get fed up with being verbally
(if not physically) accosted by groups of street urchins with nothing better
to do all day than drink cheap alcohol and take cheap hallucinatory chemicals
with the little money they can get from selling stolen phones, jewellery and
credit cards.
So a lot like most inner city suburbs are on a Friday and Saturday night then?
Yes, except this would be all day, every day.
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My local Spar shop were renowned for selling alcohol to underage kids who sat
around in the park across the road and slowly got leathered....and as the
night wore on, and the alcohol kicked in, they would cause trouble inside the
shop.
In the end, Spar had to hire a bouncer / security guard....always chuckled at
how much they must have been out of pocket because of something they'd
brought on themselves.
A different subject, but the same irony was noticeable in the early days of
the virus; when shops were quite happy to see a few customers wheeling out
trolleys containing 150 toilet rolls, because all they saw was rising
sales/profits and had no thought of the future when supplies temporarily ran
out.
Pamela
2020-08-03 13:27:47 UTC
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Eventually, the rest of the population would get fed up with being
verbally (if not physically) accosted by groups of street urchins
with nothing better to do all day than drink cheap alcohol and take
cheap hallucinatory chemicals with the little money they can get from
selling stolen phones, jewellery and credit cards.
So a lot like most inner city suburbs are on a Friday and Saturday night then?
Yes, except this would be all day, every day.
Post by c***@gmail.com
My local Spar shop were renowned for selling alcohol to underage kids
who sat around in the park across the road and slowly got
leathered....and as the night wore on, and the alcohol kicked in, they
would cause trouble inside the shop.
In the end, Spar had to hire a bouncer / security guard....always
chuckled at how much they must have been out of pocket because of
something they'd brought on themselves.
A different subject, but the same irony was noticeable in the early days
of the virus; when shops were quite happy to see a few customers
wheeling out trolleys containing 150 toilet rolls, because all they saw
was rising sales/profits and had no thought of the future when supplies
temporarily ran out.
Now the "hospitality" sector have successfully lobbied to open for
business but this can only result in spreading the virus. Almost by
definition hospitality venues are Covid incubators (with only a few
exceptions).

Why are the profits of a business more important than the lives of those
who die from Covid caught from their activity?

Businesses close all the time for reasons of market forces. A
Weatherspoons opening in the vicinty might cause an old local pub to lose
business. Same goes for restaurants and any other hospitality venues.

Just because of Covid, there's no imperative to financially prop up a
whole sector which is capable of bouncing back on its with new businesses
which it does all the time.
abelard
2020-08-03 14:36:33 UTC
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Eventually, the rest of the population would get fed up with being
verbally (if not physically) accosted by groups of street urchins
with nothing better to do all day than drink cheap alcohol and take
cheap hallucinatory chemicals with the little money they can get from
selling stolen phones, jewellery and credit cards.
So a lot like most inner city suburbs are on a Friday and Saturday night then?
Yes, except this would be all day, every day.
Post by c***@gmail.com
My local Spar shop were renowned for selling alcohol to underage kids
who sat around in the park across the road and slowly got
leathered....and as the night wore on, and the alcohol kicked in, they
would cause trouble inside the shop.
In the end, Spar had to hire a bouncer / security guard....always
chuckled at how much they must have been out of pocket because of
something they'd brought on themselves.
A different subject, but the same irony was noticeable in the early days
of the virus; when shops were quite happy to see a few customers
wheeling out trolleys containing 150 toilet rolls, because all they saw
was rising sales/profits and had no thought of the future when supplies
temporarily ran out.
Now the "hospitality" sector have successfully lobbied to open for
business but this can only result in spreading the virus. Almost by
definition hospitality venues are Covid incubators (with only a few
exceptions).
Why are the profits of a business more important than the lives of those
who die from Covid caught from their activity?
Businesses close all the time for reasons of market forces. A
Weatherspoons opening in the vicinty might cause an old local pub to lose
business. Same goes for restaurants and any other hospitality venues.
Just because of Covid, there's no imperative to financially prop up a
whole sector which is capable of bouncing back on its with new businesses
which it does all the time.
at last you concentrate on the relevant questions
Keema's Nan
2020-08-03 15:33:32 UTC
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Post by Pamela
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Post by Keema's Nan
Eventually, the rest of the population would get fed up with being
verbally (if not physically) accosted by groups of street urchins
with nothing better to do all day than drink cheap alcohol and take
cheap hallucinatory chemicals with the little money they can get from
selling stolen phones, jewellery and credit cards.
So a lot like most inner city suburbs are on a Friday and Saturday night then?
Yes, except this would be all day, every day.
Post by c***@gmail.com
My local Spar shop were renowned for selling alcohol to underage kids
who sat around in the park across the road and slowly got
leathered....and as the night wore on, and the alcohol kicked in, they
would cause trouble inside the shop.
In the end, Spar had to hire a bouncer / security guard....always
chuckled at how much they must have been out of pocket because of
something they'd brought on themselves.
A different subject, but the same irony was noticeable in the early days
of the virus; when shops were quite happy to see a few customers
wheeling out trolleys containing 150 toilet rolls, because all they saw
was rising sales/profits and had no thought of the future when supplies
temporarily ran out.
Now the "hospitality" sector have successfully lobbied to open for
business but this can only result in spreading the virus. Almost by
definition hospitality venues are Covid incubators (with only a few
exceptions).
Why are the profits of a business more important than the lives of those
who die from Covid caught from their activity?
Businesses close all the time for reasons of market forces. A
Weatherspoons opening in the vicinty might cause an old local pub to lose
business. Same goes for restaurants and any other hospitality venues.
Just because of Covid, there's no imperative to financially prop up a
whole sector which is capable of bouncing back on its with new businesses
which it does all the time.
at last you concentrate on the relevant questions
And, as usual, you make no effort to answer them.
abelard
2020-08-03 15:42:33 UTC
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On Mon, 03 Aug 2020 16:33:32 +0100, Keema's Nan
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Post by abelard
Post by Pamela
Post by Keema's Nan
Post by c***@gmail.com
Post by Keema's Nan
Eventually, the rest of the population would get fed up with being
verbally (if not physically) accosted by groups of street urchins
with nothing better to do all day than drink cheap alcohol and take
cheap hallucinatory chemicals with the little money they can get from
selling stolen phones, jewellery and credit cards.
So a lot like most inner city suburbs are on a Friday and Saturday
night then?
Yes, except this would be all day, every day.
Post by c***@gmail.com
My local Spar shop were renowned for selling alcohol to underage kids
who sat around in the park across the road and slowly got
leathered....and as the night wore on, and the alcohol kicked in, they
would cause trouble inside the shop.
In the end, Spar had to hire a bouncer / security guard....always
chuckled at how much they must have been out of pocket because of
something they'd brought on themselves.
A different subject, but the same irony was noticeable in the early days
of the virus; when shops were quite happy to see a few customers
wheeling out trolleys containing 150 toilet rolls, because all they saw
was rising sales/profits and had no thought of the future when supplies
temporarily ran out.
Now the "hospitality" sector have successfully lobbied to open for
business but this can only result in spreading the virus. Almost by
definition hospitality venues are Covid incubators (with only a few
exceptions).
Why are the profits of a business more important than the lives of those
who die from Covid caught from their activity?
Businesses close all the time for reasons of market forces. A
Weatherspoons opening in the vicinty might cause an old local pub to lose
business. Same goes for restaurants and any other hospitality venues.
Just because of Covid, there's no imperative to financially prop up a
whole sector which is capable of bouncing back on its with new businesses
which it does all the time.
at last you concentrate on the relevant questions
And, as usual, you make no effort to answer them.
i have commented in detail for months...

please do not revert to lying

if you ask specific quetions i will usually give my views...

i am also a democrat aand thus believe the majority
view should almost always prevail...not just my own view

eg i was against brexit....as a democrat, i am now in favour
Pamela
2020-08-03 15:55:47 UTC
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On Mon, 03 Aug 2020 16:33:32 +0100, Keema's Nan
Post by Keema's Nan
Post by abelard
Post by Pamela
Now the "hospitality" sector have successfully lobbied to open for
business but this can only result in spreading the virus. Almost by
definition hospitality venues are Covid incubators (with only a few
exceptions).
Why are the profits of a business more important than the lives of
those who die from Covid caught from their activity?
Businesses close all the time for reasons of market forces. A
Weatherspoons opening in the vicinty might cause an old local pub to
lose business. Same goes for restaurants and any other hospitality
venues.
Just because of Covid, there's no imperative to financially prop up
a whole sector which is capable of bouncing back on its with new
businesses which it does all the time.
at last you concentrate on the relevant questions
And, as usual, you make no effort to answer them.
i have commented in detail for months...
please do not revert to lying
if you ask specific quetions i will usually give my views...
i am also a democrat aand thus believe the majority
view should almost always prevail...not just my own view
eg i was against brexit....as a democrat, i am now in favour
Someone please tell me that's a forgery designed to make Babbelard look
extremely foolish.

abelard
2020-08-02 11:32:42 UTC
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On Sun, 02 Aug 2020 08:46:00 +0100, Keema's Nan
Post by Keema's Nan
What is the point, when kids will run around infecting each other with the
virus but not showing any symptoms? They just prevent greedy adults from
going around without face masks and dumping beer bottles and take-away
cartons in national parks.
they need schools to teach them that
Post by Keema's Nan
So we get a generation of thickos? They will be ok for delivering fast food
and cases of beer on mopeds, and may be so dense they will accept a cut in
their minimum wage.
What’s not to like?
and your alternative? every one a nuclear physicist?
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