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Thread: This C-19 malarkey

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    This C-19 malarkey

    what's going on, eh?

    Now, I don't doubt excess mortality in March/April but now we have a 'spike' in cases yet a reduction in deaths.

    Talk of the PCR tests either only checking for coronavirus (cold, 'flu included) or indeed just checking for human RNA/DNA... #tinfoilhat

    http://www.england.nhs.uk/statistics...ital-activity/

    56 people in England in mechanically ventilated beds. 599 covid hospital cases in total. All a bit of a storm in a teacup now, isn't it?

    London is a relative ghost-town, which is nice, tbh.

    Time to get back to normal isn't it? Wear a mask, if you wish, and crack on.

    Shirley?

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    Quote Originally Posted by IUFG View Post
    what's going on, eh?

    Now, I don't doubt excess mortality in March/April but now we have a 'spike' in cases yet a reduction in deaths.

    Talk of the PCR tests either only checking for coronavirus (cold, 'flu included) or indeed just checking for human RNA/DNA... #tinfoilhat

    http://www.england.nhs.uk/statistics...ital-activity/

    56 people in England in mechanically ventilated beds. 599 covid hospital cases in total. All a bit of a storm in a teacup now, isn't it?

    London is a relative ghost-town, which is nice, tbh.

    Time to get back to normal isn't it? Wear a mask, if you wish, and crack on.

    Shirley?
    My least favourite part of all of this nonsense has been the smart way they turned they have made the public police each other rather than do it themselves.

    I haven't seen anybody being told to wear a mask by a policeman etc. However I've seen lots of cases of horrible people who go round trying to shame people into wearing it.

    Same sort who would grass people up on their community facebook pages for not clapping on a Thursday night.

    The whole thing has been incredibly wishy washy. Don't go out! Eat Out,

    Though I suppose they will say the deaths have gone down since the masks where compulsory

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pat Vegas View Post
    My least favourite part of all of this nonsense has been the smart way they turned they have made the public police each other rather than do it themselves.
    apart from this type of nonsense of course...
    http://www.thesun.co.uk/news/1257859...ask-cop-spray/

    now, I'm no fan of the average Scouser, but I thought that non-mask wearers didn't have to prove anything.
    Like you say, wishy-washy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IUFG View Post
    what's going on, eh?

    Now, I don't doubt excess mortality in March/April but now we have a 'spike' in cases yet a reduction in deaths.

    Talk of the PCR tests either only checking for coronavirus (cold, 'flu included) or indeed just checking for human RNA/DNA... #tinfoilhat

    http://www.england.nhs.uk/statistics...ital-activity/

    56 people in England in mechanically ventilated beds. 599 covid hospital cases in total. All a bit of a storm in a teacup now, isn't it?

    London is a relative ghost-town, which is nice, tbh.

    Time to get back to normal isn't it? Wear a mask, if you wish, and crack on.

    Shirley?
    It's a load of old cobblers, i, hyped out of all proportion by weaklings, solipsists and drama queens. "Oh no I'm going to die!" So what? What makes you so special that your passing is of any importance?

    3 old dears died of the flu and we all went and hid behind the sofa. Socialism has weakened our moral fibre and destroyed our once proud nation. That is why I have formally withdrawn from society.

    I'm out on the piss tonight, mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir C View Post
    I'm out on the piss tonight, mind.

    Enjoy, sc

    LOOK AT THIS - central town at 1pm on a Friday and there is hardly anyone about. The economy is, how they say, fúcked

    http://www.webcamtaxi.com/en/england...n-traffic.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by IUFG View Post
    Enjoy, sc

    LOOK AT THIS - central town at 1pm on a Friday and there is hardly anyone about. The economy is, how they say, fúcked

    http://www.webcamtaxi.com/en/england...n-traffic.html
    I've done a few lunches in the west end recently. It's eerie. All those shuttered chain restaurants and empty streets... will our cities ever be the same again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir C View Post
    I've done a few lunches in the west end recently. It's eerie. All those shuttered chain restaurants and empty streets... will our cities ever be the same again?
    Probably not. But that's probably a good thing. For the most part, cities are ghastly places.

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    You knew this was BS when they said BLM rallies are immune from C19.

    Saw Tenet last week...nice quarter full cinema...could really spread out.

    Spoiler - disappointing film....disappointing...people are just too gay for Nolan and can’t admit the movie sucks worse than a £2 hooker in an alley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony C View Post
    You knew this was BS when they said BLM rallies are immune from C19.

    Saw Tenet last week...nice quarter full cinema...could really spread out.

    Spoiler - disappointing film....disappointing...people are just too gay for Nolan and can’t admit the movie sucks worse than a £2 hooker in an alley.
    Nolan is the most overrated director since Spielberg. He also has frankly ludicrous notions of the fuel capacity of a Mk 1 Spitfire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burney View Post
    He also has frankly ludicrous notions of the fuel capacity of a Mk 1 Spitfire.


    Top spodding, sir.

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