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21 minutes ago, Spider said:

I have a feeling they’ll impose further restrictions though not sure what they could be.

I guess closing more workplaces.

No-one needs a candle and a new washing basket from Home Bargains.

well, not after I’ve been for mine later.

Use your common sense and wait until you’ve had your vaccine. 😉 

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That was one of the loveliest things to ever happen. Stood in my garden sobbing like a baby! Proud to work for the NHS 👏👏👏👏❤️

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17 minutes ago, wiggy said:

He said we’re up to 2 million in total and are now doing 200,000 a day. It’s good progress 

Must be a misquote BBC then. 

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I'd be interested to hear folks views on the footballers breaking these lockdowns. I heard Man City had said that because the players who went to Dubai went for commercial reasons that was ok, despite being disappointed.

Now, that appears disingenuous to me, especially as those players are putting in harms way staff at clubs who are following rules and not jetting off here, there and everywhere. @Rudy will have more insight into this, just interested in people's thoughts.

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1 hour ago, Spider said:

I have a feeling they’ll impose further restrictions though not sure what they could be.

I guess closing more workplaces.

No-one needs a candle and a new washing basket from Home Bargains.

well, not after I’ve been for mine later.

Sage woman highlighted 2 areas why this lockdown isn't working.

1. Too many children going to school because the govt have relaxed rules on who is a keyworker

2. Too many tradesman visiting people's home.A new jacuzzi being fitted isn't essential, the new garage can wait a few weeks and it isn't a disaster if the windows are a bit dusty because they havent been cleaned for 6 weeks

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My ex got a letter she was a key worker. She's an internal comms manager at a university, who works from home!

Not a key worker.

Disagree about home.bargains. It is important for a lot of cheap stuff for a lot of folks, our one in Lewisham has a queue during lockdown, mainly people getting cleaning stuff it seems.

Quite a few Fray Bentos pies as well.

 

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49 minutes ago, Mounts Kipper said:

Use your common sense and wait until you’ve had your vaccine. 😉 

Following the rules mate, even though it’s restricting my human rights.

If everyone did the same, this might go away sooner.

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13 minutes ago, Roger_Dubuis said:

Sage woman highlighted 2 areas why this lockdown isn't working.

1. Too many children going to school because the govt have relaxed rules on who is a keyworker

2. Too many tradesman visiting people's home.A new jacuzzi being fitted isn't essential, the new garage can wait a few weeks and it isn't a disaster if the windows are a bit dusty because they havent been cleaned for 6 weeks

People need to earn money

The govt either fund the window cleaners et al, or they will continue going to work

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How about an 8.00 pm curfew? If you’re required to be out and about between 8 - 6 next morning then you’d be able to provide evidence. 
 

Anyone who claims their right to exercise even at night get fined. Simples!

 

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1 minute ago, MickyD said:

How about an 8.00 pm curfew? If you’re required to be out and about between 8 - 6 next morning then you’d be able to provide evidence. 
 

Anyone who claims their right to exercise even at night get fined. Simples!

 

Not really fair on doggers is it? 

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10 minutes ago, Not in Crawley said:

He's not got ill, so he's doing something right.

Logic by Mounts.

Mounts is the ultimate in Fuzzy Logic to be fair to him

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Them and career house-breakers could provide evidence to the police as to why they’re wanting to be out.

In fact, the doggers could ask the dogees to change their dogging times to suit curfew times.

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8 minutes ago, bolton_blondie said:

Not really fair on doggers is it? 

It’s dark at 4. Plus if it’s light I’m told it’s better as more folk can watch while chugging furiously 

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18 minutes ago, MickyD said:

How about an 8.00 pm curfew? If you’re required to be out and about between 8 - 6 next morning then you’d be able to provide evidence. 
 

Anyone who claims their right to exercise even at night get fined. Simples!

 

I don't finish work until 8/9 somedays, seems a bit harsh. Also shift workers etc

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31 minutes ago, Not in Crawley said:

My ex got a letter she was a key worker. She's an internal comms manager at a university, who works from home!

Not a key worker.

Disagree about home.bargains. It is important for a lot of cheap stuff for a lot of folks, our one in Lewisham has a queue during lockdown, mainly people getting cleaning stuff it seems.

Quite a few Fray Bentos pies as well.

 

Frey Bentos pies are essential to single blokes living in bedsits or a 1 bed loft apartment as they are known these days.

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1 hour ago, Spider said:

I have a feeling they’ll impose further restrictions though not sure what they could be.

I guess closing more workplaces.

No-one needs a candle and a new washing basket from Home Bargains.

well, not after I’ve been for mine later.

Oi, mouth! Homey B's is the main line of supply for many of the full-time pisspot crew on here, for whom Dry January solely means not one bedpissing incident from NYE to the 1st of February.

I went for a few bits last night and noticed a strong correlation between wankers and wankeresses being maskless and being glued to their phones.

Probably reading or posting crackpot theories.

 

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I'm in work until next Thursday due to exams taking place, I cancelled all external invigiltors to protect them and to reduce staff on the college campus. After Thursday I'm in once a week on Wednesdays.

I'm I a key worker, I'd say yes up to next Thursday, after that probably not, but I still have to meet summer exam entry deadlines which are due mid-February, so wfh and one day in doesn't seem to bad.

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Just now, Mr Grey said:

I'm in work until next Thursday due to exams taking place, I cancelled all external invigiltors to protect them and to reduce staff on the college campus. After Thursday I'm in once a week on Wednesdays.

I'm I a key worker, I'd say yes up to next Thursday, after that probably not, but I still have to meet summer exam entry deadlines which are due mid-February, so wfh and one day in doesn't seem to bad.

Who’s going to polish the floors etc if you’re not in pal ? 

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4 minutes ago, Escobarp said:

Who’s going to polish the floors etc if you’re not in pal ? 

They will remain dusty or we draft in some SCOUSE CUNTS who are on JSA.

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Just now, Mr Grey said:

They will remain dusty or we draft in some SCOUSE CUNTS who are on JSA.

Furlough brigade could do them 👌

spoke to girl at one my clients on Thursday. She said she had asked to be furloughed again. She loved it. Said it was worth the 20% drop In wages (before tax obv) to spend 4 months at home. 

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As an aside I had a few cans so went (to Burnden) on my pushiron (I'd only had three and went slow on the pavement...)

In September I was running from my house to Cleggs Lane and back (6km with two good climbs) in 30 mins-ish, biking 26-28 miles...

Had it in October.

Yesterday I had to get off and push halfway up the slight brew of Weston Street on the way home.

I was fooked and blowing out of my arse.

I hope @Rudy
you avoid this, mate. I wonder which guidelines flouting twat infected me? I hope their cock (or tits) drop off...

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