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  1. Dreams of 1995

    Coronavirus

    Unless you can’t work from home you are stopped. All workforce’s that are currently in are doing so under serious restrictions
  2. Dreams of 1995

    Coronavirus

    They are....
  3. Dreams of 1995

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    Yeah, how accurate are the recovered / in intensive care data? I wondered this myself; surely for one to die of this they must die in ICU, yet the death rates are exceeding the total they are classifying as in intensive care. I don’t think I trust the recovered figures either to be truthful. I’m sure more would have recovered by this point. Again though, that website is misleading as it only reports the provided data but as we know there could well be over five time’s the amount of ‘infected’ but they haven’t been tested or reported.
  4. Dreams of 1995

    Coronavirus

    I am not embarrassed to say what I know about covid-19 I could write on the back of a stamp. I’m not an expert. I’d be more embarrassed to be sat there trying to defend Trump when the only nation that has had more pelters than the U.K. for their handling of this has been the USA, especially having been one of the most vocal critics. Then again it’s thousands of miles away so yeah, why would you care about them people. Great attitude 👍 Quite why you are playing the geography card is beyond me. By the time you were giving it large about how we handled it your borders were shut and we weren’t allowed in, so it made just as much difference as America’s handling of it. In fact, the huge Irish population of American cities should probably prompt you to caring about how much of a shit show Trump is running over there and how many lives he is playing with
  5. Dreams of 1995

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    Hahahahaha. You have literally just contradicted this whole persona you’ve spent 70+ pages putting across. You denied having any bias towards the U.K. in your very vocal criticism but it’s clear for all to see here that really you don’t give a flying monkeys fuck about people but just about giving the boot into a government you dislike. Trump is an awful person who has spent his whole life screwing people over. Watch the documentary on him that channel 4 made, read just one of the countless books published on him. There’s literally never been a president so pro-corporations and for the elite as him and yet you sit here defending him after all you’ve said about the Tories. Actually jaw dropping.
  6. Dreams of 1995

    Coronavirus

    Every single time I read the news about America I say to myself: thankfully I don’t live there. They are probably our greatest ally but we couldn’t be further apart in the way we view the world.
  7. Dreams of 1995

    Coronavirus

    The people happy about Boris Johnson getting coronavirus are vile cretins. If you get happiness over seeing someone unwell then you aren’t much of a human to be quite frank.
  8. Dreams of 1995

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    I’d suggest the fact we’ve just had our countries credit rating lowered due to the excessive spending they’ve had to sanction to allow the lockdown to happen in the way it has would suggest he’s listened to the WHO. The timing of when he acted is another debate but there’s 0 doubt he’s listened to the medical and science experts over the likes of Mike Ashley and co. The proof is in the pudding when most of us are sat at home not able to work and still picking up 80% of our pay packets, a benefit that actually benefits the lower earners than it does the high earners given the cap. Bias plays a big part in some of the criticism to the government during all this - some is warranted but quite a lot of it is completely unfounded and not even based on true facts, just a half truth.
  9. Dreams of 1995

    Coronavirus

    People on here were also giving it large about how bad BJ looked, Rev. Now he's "not looking bad enough". Can't do right from wrong.
  10. Dreams of 1995

    Coronavirus

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics/live/2020/mar/27/uk-coronavirus-live-rough-sleepers-nhs-applause-covid-19-latest-news#block-5e7de03b8f0878a2a48ab4dc Boris Johnson tested positive for Covid-19
  11. Dreams of 1995

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    https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/mar/27/coronavirus-uk-lockdown-big-drop-air-pollution Every cloud has a silver lining gents. With any luck businesses start to see the benefits of home working and how it can be achieved through technology. Had some great meetings with people over Microsoft Teams the past week or so that would have usually resulted in us travelling 50+ miles each way. Some things must be done face to face but certainly the need for the amount of travel we see in the mornings should be able to be reduced in coming years.
  12. Dreams of 1995

    Coronavirus

    The 'experts' have already admitted mistakes were made in the original modelling. Why do you need to bring it up in practically every single post you quote Chaddy on? Chaddy didn't make the mistakes, the boffins down in the medial schools and universities of London did and they've admitted it, acted on it and our course changed.
  13. Dreams of 1995

    Coronavirus

    Pennies really for the every so slight PR stunt. I think his true colours come out originally in fairness. I've never been a fan of Mike Ashley. His 'business acumen' is to be a vulture. He finds struggling companies, buys them and slowly strips them down to a bargain outlet whilst retaining the expensive high street property. He cared more about money continuing to come into 70% Direct than he did his own staff, which is no surprise given the warehouse conditions he forces them to work in. Ashley is an unfortunate symptom of our economic system and with any luck the country remembers. I doubt it though, he caters for a market where disposable income isn't readily available and that will continue to be the case after this.
  14. Dreams of 1995

    Coronavirus

    My road just erupted with that clap. Chaos. Heart warming in these strange, divided times.
  15. Dreams of 1995

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    Dyson now chipping in to make ventilators for the government! Great to see so many businesses putting their hand to the cause - keeps people working to which is always a bonus.
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