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3 hours ago, Icke's Lizard said:

Absolutely no need for it. Some people take the absolute pi$$. 

It's hardwork having our lives on hold and not doing all the things we've grown accustomed to but for the sake of a few months we've just got to suck it up and stop being so greedy, selfish and self centred. 

We are all so close to getting the vaccine so why f**k it up now! 

It broke my heart not being able to see my mate and spend the night with her but it's one final push and needs must. We are so close to the end of a very long dark tunnel. 

Keep strong pal.. The day will come having a beer in dirty dicks and then walking on to the shay...stay safe...

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Looks like we are going into another lockdown as of midnight.  It's all Bollox though and a soft lockdown in my opinion where only pubs, beauty salons and a few specialist shops are shut with eve

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Went for a walk earlier and did my weekly shop and got my jock for work tomorrow at the Tesco on Keighley Road.  

Gangs of kids all playing out roaming around the shop getting it crowded. Families on a day out to the supermarket. One scruffy get who sounded like Charlie Chuck walking round with no mask on. He wasn't exempt because he was trying to pull his coat up as a cover. 

It's not a lockdown whatsoever. 

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31 minutes ago, Icke's Lizard said:

Went for a walk earlier and did my weekly shop and got my jock for work tomorrow at the Tesco on Keighley Road.  

Gangs of kids all playing out roaming around the shop getting it crowded. Families on a day out to the supermarket. One scruffy get who sounded like Charlie Chuck walking round with no mask on. He wasn't exempt because he was trying to pull his coat up as a cover. 

It's not a lockdown whatsoever. 

Madness pal....

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I'm really conflicted by this lockdown.

I feel that hard-fought-for personal liberties are conceded at our peril. That people are bring fined because someone thought they were walking their dog too far from home is absolutely abhorrent to me. This is marching on Downing Street territory. It is making more and more people hate the police and that's very dangerous.

On the other hand I really detest those selfish pricks that refuse to take even basic precautions and who are putting the lives of other people at risk every single day. I think we are reaping what we've sowed in a way, because successive governments have all but given up on the futures of entire groups of people, and we've let them - with a lack of education being a massive problem. This has served those governments well because poorly educated people are easier to manipulate ("it's not the bankers, it's the immigrants and your fellow poor who are forcing our hand"), but at the same time they don't bow to authority, in some cases going out of their way to do the complete opposite of what they're being asked to do.

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