Tue Aug 18, 2020 8:52 am
Tue Aug 18, 2020 8:52 am
Also the flip side - staying in post would outrage the do-gooders, so must be the priority. Because it's all a big game of pigeon chess and if you can get one of them upset you win points.
This might be one of those things like pointing with your thumb and not your finger where the basis behind it makes sense, but in practice - or at least how it is used by someone out top project an image rather than for the reasons why not doing it can cause discomfort - it just looks freaky.Andy McDandy wrote: ↑Tue Aug 18, 2020 8:59 amPCs, including laptops, create a barrier. Folders don't, so much. It's seen as more natural, more organic. I was told this by my brother's partner, who's a social worker. That, she said, is the reason why so many social workers carry around a suitcase/basket on wheels for all their files*.
*Additionally, it's a subtle way of saying "look how much work I have to do", and the other thing is that for a lot of people, entering info onto a device can be upsetting - "what are they using it for, who are they sharing it with?". Whereas pen and paper looks more honest and simple.
I think it's more than that. Just look at the cult of personality around the Ledge. Karen on Facebook and @karen023056239 on Twitter idolise him. He's not just a good Prime Minister he's the GOAT*. Everything he does is absolutely perfect. You can point out fact and logic until you're blue in the face; they're having none of it. He Got Brexit Done, that was right, therefore everything he does is right. He is the government, therefore everything the government does is right. QED. Because if they accept that something the government does is wrong, then they might start to wonder whether other things they do might be wrong, and that would be unthinkable.
He could always ask Paul Thomas for office design tips.
Completely agree Malc. Having actually conversed with Niall on Twitter a few times, he comes over as a genuine intelligent chap with quite the withering put down. Although La Burley has come on leaps and bounds in recent months, he's doing a top notch job on Breakfast, although he was always good at that when he used to host it with Sarah-Jane Mee before she got shifted to the afternoon.
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