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  • #1139731

    Save your typing, Drac will argue the hind leg off a donkey

    If she doesn’t want the vaccine leave her be and then ignore her, i just find her to be a complete moron and thats my polite version.

     

    #1139732

    Ge

    About 10 years ago..mite have been 12… when did the banks crash

    You spoke about your imaginary “house” on Patschat four/five years ago. You stated on those same boards that you worked for the UNHCR in the 80s. You also know nothing about furlough and nothing about Covid grants for businesses and the S/E.

    That alcohol consumption is soddling your brain old boy, do try and be consistent when you tell online lies because some people have good memories.

     

    You argue herd immunity is the only long-term solution and I totally agree but then you also argue people should have the choice to have the only thing that can achieve that herd immunity, a vaccine. If enough people refuse the vaccine there won’t be any herd immunity at all and especially with new Covid strains.

     

    You really are a dumbarse!

     

    LOL!

     

     

    #1139733

    Ge

    It was you going on about house prices got me thinking about sell it and I downsize about 2 years ago.

    I never discussed house prices with you on Patschat even once. You claimed you sold your “townhouse” five years ago and moved into a converted “farmhouse” out in the sticks in Hove.

     

    Dumbarse!

    #1139734

    Well to be honest I did buy that house back in the 90’s when the housing market took a noise drive with the idea of fixing it up and selling it.  After 25 years of living there…. I can only describe it as the house in the young ones.  Still some silly sod brought it for a shed load of cash and last time I came past it building work was underway.

    As for the business, I’m not hands on anymore.  Still do the odd meeting and will go out on site for a day or two if we’re short handed.  My days of working a 60 hour week are long over.

    And due to my heart issues drinking is rare.

    Herd immunity needs good will and cooperation to work.  By forcing people to vaccinate you risk losing both.  For the small numbers of ant vaccers  isn’t worth it.

    #1139735

    It was you going on about house prices got me thinking about sell it and I downsize about 2 years ago.

    I never discussed house prices with you on Patschat even once. You claimed you sold your “townhouse” five years ago and moved into a converted “farmhouse” out in the sticks in Hove.

    Dumbarse!

    Its me sister with the farm house ge !!

    My family did talk me into buying  this barn conversion after my first heart attack.  I hated the place and people. Open plan living and snotty noised people weren’t  me.  After 6 months I moved back into my old house in Hove.

    I still have it and rent it out at silly money to plastic Londoners with 4 by 4’s and rat dogs.  I did get an offer on it from one of the tenants last year.  There lease runs out soon and I may sell it.

     

    • This reply was modified 3 weeks, 4 days ago by  Mr Fishy.
    #1139737

    Ge

    Why do you agree with MANDATORY jabs in the charity sector you claim you have worked in and then immediately contradict yourself by stating they shouldn’t be mandatory in care homes? What is the fundamental difference?

    See where I am going here (I doubt it).

    If you refused those mandatory jabs in the charity sector, you would not be employed in that particular role, whatever your views on the success or failure rate of those jabs. Why should it be any different in the care sector involving vulnerable clients?

    Then you argue goodwill is the only way to approach the Covid vaccination program. I don’t disagree with the sentiment in an ideal world but the fact of the matter is if enough care workers, nurses, doctors, etc refuse the jab vulnerable people will DIE from Covid or Covid variations as a direct consequence.

    How many deaths will it take before you agree the vaccine should be mandatory in some sectors, just as they are already mandatory in some roles in the charity sector??

     

    #1139738

    Ge

    Btw I despise Covid deniers and the Covid conspiracy theorists who follow bad science. People are dying all over the world due to poverty and a lack of vaccines and these self-entitled snowflakes really do think they are flying the flag for personal choice, liberty, and freedom.

     

    Tossers, every single last one of them.

     

     

    B-) B-)   B-)   B-)   B-)   B-)   B-)   B-)

    #1139739

    I’ve said this before mandatory  vaccination for health workers  would get public support.  Dragging in all the traffic wardens wouldn’t.

    Why cant you see the difference?

    #1139740

    Ge

    So you agree with me after all you silly cunt. next time say it earlier so I don’t have to rage for two days.

     

     

     

    LOL!

    #1139741

    No your idea is to drag people off the streets and put a needle in there arm or withhold public services from those who refuse to vaccinate.

    Not the same thing  :whistle:

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