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goose 12:23 Wed Jan 22
This coronavirus in China
anyone else worried? 9 dead so far.

CNY soon so the virus will spread very quickly if they cannot control it. It'll be in Europe by the end of CNY if not earlier.

is this the end of humanity?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51202216

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Johnson 3:43 Tue Sep 29
Re: This coronavirus in China
Branded, you've been blasting everyone advocating wearing or saying they have no problem with wearing masks as weak and as sheep for ages.

This presumably is part of your edgy, out there, individualistic "do what I want" made up persona.

Then, on like the second day of the track and trace app - which is far more restrictive and conformist than wearing a mask for a few moments - being about you download and install it despite not actually having to so you could have a pint. (On your own)

If you cannot see how much of a fucking idiot this makes you then there really is no hope for your chronic lack of self-awareness.

BRANDED 3:36 Tue Sep 29
Re: This coronavirus in China
Erm

The globe is warming. That is a fact. The only dispute is why.

Bungo 3:36 Tue Sep 29
Re: This coronavirus in China
Mike Oxsaw 12:55 Tue Sep 29

Mike, I would be genuinely interested to know exactly which layer of NHS management that is, and also what information sources have led you to form this opinion?

Many thanks.

Block 3:35 Tue Sep 29
Re: This coronavirus in China
The globe isn't warming, in fact it's going in the opposite direction.

First it was global warming to change our habits to control us and now a virus.

If people cannot see we're being lied to, by every single person in power (bar trump in some aspects) about these issues you're deluded.

Our liberties are being taken right in front of us, and some people are happy to sit back and let them because it's the easy thing to do.

BRANDED 3:33 Tue Sep 29
Re: This coronavirus in China
Muggy sheep.


I'm going to have to try and imagine that for a second.

Nope.

Are you saying you are affraid of the app Ponce? I mean have you looked at the code?

Johnson 3:31 Tue Sep 29
Re: This coronavirus in China
Kaiser Zoso 12:03 Tue Sep 29

Tesco insisted I sanitised my hands when I went in the yesterday, other shops are following suit so it won't be long.

Branded 12:03 Tue Sep 29

Well you didn't manage to get a nice pint without downloading the app did you Branded you muggy sheep?

Northern Sold 3:27 Tue Sep 29
Re: This coronavirus in China
Ha ha ha.... this is beyond fucked up now... please Bo Jo just fuck off and take Dr Gllom and Doom with you... and just let us get the sniffles in some sort of sanity...


The PM floundered as he was grilled on how the restrictions work, suggesting that households could still mix in groups of six indoors. In fact, it appears households will not be allowed to mix, regardless of numbers. The toe-curling moment came after skills minister Gillian Keegan suffered a series of car crash interviews this morning, admitting she was unable to answer key questions over new curbs that come into effect from midnight. Answering questions about the North East lockdown at Exeter College in Devon, Mr Johnson said: 'On the rule of six, outside the areas such as the North East where extra measures have been brought in, it is six inside, six outside. 'And in the North East and other areas where extra tight measures have been brought in you should follow the guidance of the local authorities. 'But it's six in a home or six in hospitality, but as I understand it not six outside. That is the situation there.' Ms Keegan was asked whether restrictions banning households in the region from meeting indoors from tomorrow applied to pubs and restaurant gardens. She said 'I don't know the answer to that question'.

Mike Oxsaw 12:55 Tue Sep 29
Re: This coronavirus in China
There is a layer of management within the NHS that see the organisation solely as somewhere they and their mates can get a salary - they don't give a shit about service delivery because they can't be removed from their positions, whatever they do - or don't do.

Until those people are removed - until the senior executives actually put a shift in rather than going for the easy life they believe their position affords - nothing will change, no matter how much "look-at-me-I'm-doing-something" tinkering around the edges is done.

BRANDED 12:25 Tue Sep 29
Re: This coronavirus in China
BTW, there's plenty of NHS trusts that are almost at capacity already. Not much Covid currently even if its rising a tad. So, the story is about old people being ill and the NHS being either poorly run or underfunded and not really the virus.

BRANDED 12:09 Tue Sep 29
Re: This coronavirus in China
Yep. That's it. You're fucked now. They have you.

Kaiser Zoso 12:07 Tue Sep 29
Re: This coronavirus in China
Ha.

The phone companies must have supplied the NHS with customers details, or we wouldn't have been sent a text already.

I suppose there is nothing to stop anyone going out without a mobile, but there's a risk to being admitted into places.

I make that game, set and match.

Mike Oxsaw 12:06 Tue Sep 29
Re: This coronavirus in China
Global warming will get rid of Jaywick and places like it all around the world.

That, in itself, is no bad thing, but the residents of those places will have to come and live next to YOU because there's nowhere else for them to go.

How do you like THAT cultural enrichment?

Fuck all to do with saving the planet - all to do with protecting the value of property and the LOCAL environment around it.

BRANDED 12:03 Tue Sep 29
Re: This coronavirus in China
Trust me, you can get a nice pint

Kaiser Zoso 12:03 Tue Sep 29
Re: This coronavirus in China
If the supermarkets copy the pubs and insist on admittance for NHS app users only, we are all fucked.

BRANDED 12:02 Tue Sep 29
Re: This coronavirus in China
Two truths

Climate is changing
The human population is increasing and has been for millennia

Hello Mrs. Jones 12:01 Tue Sep 29
Re: This coronavirus in China
I could agree with your misguided views on climate change but then that would make both of us wrong.

Block 11:26 Tue Sep 29
Re: This coronavirus in China
Global Warming is a complete and utter myth believed by stupid cunts.

There's been multiple repots to prove CO2 has no impact on our climate.

People need to wake up to the fact this is all about trying to control how we live.

BRANDED 10:51 Tue Sep 29
Re: This coronavirus in China
If Covid-19 doesn't kill us, climate change will be 'environmental Armageddon', world leaders warn UN


Just think about this headline for a second. A tiny percentage will die of Covid so that’s wrong and absolutely no one knows how many might die of climate change but in the mean time world population increases by the day!

BRANDED 10:47 Tue Sep 29
Re: This coronavirus in China
You heard of T cells?

Darby_ 8:28 Tue Sep 29
Re: This coronavirus in China
BRANDED, you really are a massive plonker. The study you posted suggests that about 9% of the US population has had the virus. Not 85%.

Ronald_antly 1:00 Tue Sep 29
Re: This coronavirus in China
Talking of COVIDIOCY, I think this sums things up well;

"If you're wearing a mask inside your car, I'm gonna go ahead and assume it's to control the urge to lick the windows."

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