C 19 - When it's all over...

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  1. superhorns

    superhorns Well-Known Member

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    Not at all, the article YOU posted discussed the ability to recover from the pandemic. It mentioned what is needed and the likelihood of success.
    It is most important to work out how the UK can best be prepared to enable it to flourish during the recovery.
     
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    please log in to view this image
     
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    You can easily tell the ones watching cartoons all day :emoticon-0102-bigsm
     
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  4. yorkshirehornet

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    Can you possibly put politics aside over this period and post as an ordinary human being which is what you are...
    The article talks about the stages of the journey we are on and the recovery process.. Whilst Government are talking about the immediate future..
     
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    The thread title is requesting suggested scenarios when the pandemic is over. This will involve political choices, relationships with other nations including Brexit negotiations.

    You will get absolutely nowhere with you keep coming up with hippy platitudes which are meaningless when faced with huge problems. Everybody I know wants to look after others, there will need to be grown up discussions on how this is done long term.
     
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  6. yorkshirehornet

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    Not one abusive comment from me this morning. That is totally uncalled for..
     
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  7. superhorns

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    What about the 'posh house in the country' jibe from you?

    short memory?
     
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  8. andytoprankin

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    You don’t know any Tories? That’s good.
     
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  9. andytoprankin

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    You are so poor at this. <laugh>
     
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    You should stick to your comics and cartoons, sonny.
     
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    Oh did you think it was all about you??
    I was stereotyping your posts.. You stereotype all the time with your posts... There is a difference..
     
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    Oh, how sweet. Are you trying to play with the big boys? :emoticon-0126-nerd:
     
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  13. yorkshirehornet

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    Here you go again..
     
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  14. yorkshirehornet

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    There is a whole school playground analogy we could go into..
     
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    Yep. No silent w for him, though.
     
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    So he used the word ‘posh’ when he meant ‘gauche’. What’s the big deal?
     
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  17. superhorns

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    They were snowflake's words not mine.
     
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    So crap. You really are so lame at this. <doh>

     
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  19. yorkshirehornet

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    You just go from rude to nasty... No middle ground.. think about what you post another abusive side swipe... Uncalled for again..
    Your behaviour at this time beggars belief..
    All from what I thought was a very interesting apolitical article about what comes next...
    Then you jump in with your divisive posts.

    You behave like a troll or a really nasty person.
    This message board and this community of Watford minded people deserves better than this..
     
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  20. superhorns

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    You should try to cut out your rudeness.
     
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