Tag: covid

 

Told to leave Aldi if I want

This report is 100% honest, and is quite probably caught on more than one CCTV camera. I’m naming Aldi and if they want to sue for defamation, bring it on! Their lawyers are advised in advance to read up on the law of defamation and that I have my lawyersRead More

Scratching from home

Oh yes – this is what people do when they claim they’re working from home. Did I say ‘everybody’? I did not! It’s amazing isn’t it – how people reach for the exceptions first. Okay – so yes – loads of people, do work hard from home in the pandemicRead More

COVID laziness 2.0

In the pandemic period loads of services are reduced.  Most of the big food shops are open – and that’s fine – I’m supposed to say. FFS. When you get to public services, trust me it’s a right mess. I’m talking about health and social care services mostly. ‘Everything’ isRead More

Prophet of doom or moronlogist?

I am certainly not a prophet of anything! I’ve made a number of bold statements in a certain forum which have unfolded just as I expected. Predictions? Hold on – did I predict anything? I did not. None of my statements said ‘this is going to happen’. All my statementsRead More

Why do I bother?

The following is my response to an article in the FT on 2020-12-26. Tough if you don’t have access. I felt compelled to respond, but I’m not sure why – as it’s none of my business to educate the masses of mainly stupid people! So I’ve been wondering, “Why doRead More

How do people value other people?

In these COVID-19 times it has become more obvious how people value the company of other people. Socialisation is a very big issue. People will risk their lives to attend fast food outlets, DIYs, beaches etc – when the lockdown has not be properly lifted. This made me think deeper.Read More

Virus teaches people about the true essentials of life – or not

I am thankful for the COVID-19 virus attack on the world – though many lives will be lost – a terrible cost – because we will be taught as a society a different sort of social contract with our leaders, and people around us. We also will be reminded aboutRead More

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