On Thu, 02 Jul 2020 18:44:24 +0100
Post by Keema's Nan Post by Joe
On Thu, 02 Jul 2020 08:50:14 +0100
Post by Keema's Nan
Rampant capitalism is dying, killed off by a tiny virus so small
it is invisible to the naked eye.Who could have predicted that?
In the UK and USA, at least, the damage has been done by
governments, not viruses.
No links to your proof I notice.
Which means another of your comments is just guesswork dressed up as fact.
Have you honestly not noticed that it is the government in the UK which
decides which businesses were permitted to operate since March, and
"Hairdressers will also open for the first time on Saturday. Staff will
be required to wear a full-face plastic visor and follow strict rules
over the disinfection of equipment. You may be required to make an
appointment, with limits on the number of people in each salon.
If you are the sort of person who loves to chat to your hairdressers,
think again – staff have been told to cut down on the small talk.
Expect things to feel a tad strange.
Beauty salons will remain shut, so there is no prospect of a manicure
any time soon."
You do know, don't you, that almost all retail was shut for a long
You probably don't realise that small businesses aren't able to borrow
enough money to retain staff and premises indefinitely, but large ones
generally are. But there really hasn't been any shortage of this kind of
Sometimes you appear to be a little bit isolated from the world outside.