- Thu Mar 19, 2020 6:47 pm #601357
Murdoch has no reflection.
The educated differ from the uneducated as much as the living from the dead. Aristotle
Murdoch has no reflection.
What leaking news is that?
In other quarters they'd call this "Virtue signalling".Abernathy wrote: ↑Fri Mar 20, 2020 1:19 am“WHEN YOU’RE ON YOUR OWN, WE ARE THERE WITH YOU”.
Eh ? If they're really there with you, then you're not on your own. Meaningless pish.
But of course the realty is that they aren't "there with you" any more than Puff the fucking Magic Dragon is.
Jeebus. What a pile of abject fucking shite.
THE SUN SAYS A bunch of irresponsible idiots could cost us all our cherished freedoms
FOR the sake of this country — and to save the lives of others — we all need to take responsibility for our behaviour.
If we don’t then we face an Italy-style lockdown and will be forced to wave goodbye to our cherished freedoms.
It is often impossible for families to stay cooped up inside for days on end.
Parents of young children, especially, will find it tough. But there has to be some common sense.
We must all do our best to follow the Government’s advice to leave a 2-metre gap between ourselves and the next person when outdoors.
Yes, a bunch of irresponsible idiots think they’re invincible and are choosing to flout the rules. Flocking to beaches and parks to sunbathe in large groups is plainly not sensible.
Despite dire warnings that we are only a fortnight behind Italy where so many have died, large numbers of people here are still not getting the message.
Most Brits are keen to do what’s right.
But if not enough of us take heed then we face restrictions the like of which have never been seen before.
The stakes really are that high.
Help our angels
TO the thousands of retired doctors and nurses who answered the Government’s call to arms: The Sun salutes you.
Instead of thanking their lucky stars that they escaped before the virus hit, these everyday heroes returned to the NHS front line to save lives.
If the Government wants more to follow where these pioneers have led, it must make a superhuman effort to support them. Right now, that means getting each and every one of them the proper protective clothing they need.
We understand that’s easier said than done: Supplies are limited. But if pressure and incentives are heaped on British manufacturers, we believe it’s possible.
Our courageous and dedicated NHS workers are all that’s standing between us and this merciless virus.
They must never be taken for granted.
I hope so. I'm in similar condition myself...
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