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TOPIC: The nurse on Youtube
#196766
Honey

The nurse on Youtube 2 Weeks ago  


Well, she has obviously touched a chord with a lot of people, but I find the "I'm special I'm a nurse give me what I want now cos I'm so special" attitude quite revolting.
 
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#196767
Re:The nurse on Youtube 2 Weeks ago  
Oh I'm so glad you felt this Honey; I'm already sick of the "sobbing on TV" creeps going along with the media hype.
 
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#196784
Sheba

Re:The nurse on Youtube 2 Weeks ago  
Don't get me started on Elderly Hour.

This is an open invitation to the active and robust 'elderly' to fill their trolleys to the brim to ensure their (often) massive families get in by proxy before anyone else. I look after a frail and housebound elderly person who has to make do with what I can get once the Elderly Hour brigade have swept the shelves.

Once the media printed photos of one or two elderly people clutching empty baskets (because they hadn't yet bought anything), holding a shopping list (as many of us do) and gazing at empty shelves (as most of us have) the supermarkets felt compelled to take the tiresomely compassionate approach which just succeeded in bringing out the elderly ambassadors for stockpiling families.

These sessions should be restricted to baskets and small trolleys only.
 
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#196785
Honey

Re:The nurse on Youtube 2 Weeks ago  
The pensioner hour is shared with nursing staff.
How is it helpful for vulnerable people to be breathed and coughed on by those who are hundreds of times more likely to have the virus?
 
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#196786
Re:The nurse on Youtube 2 Weeks ago  
Good point Honey; this century saw the death of Common Sense and the rise of Morality as captured in Tabloid Headlines.
 
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Sheba

Re:The nurse on Youtube 2 Weeks ago  
Honey/JK, I agree. I think in the rush to appear compassionate they didn't think this through.

Allowing frontline NHS staff to shop alongside the elderly is the Doomwatch equivalent of putting a fox in a henhouse.
 
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#196791
Re:The nurse on Youtube 2 Weeks ago  
It's simplification - the true killer CoronaVirus of the Century.
 
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#196798
Pru

Re:The nurse on Youtube 2 Weeks ago  
Thinking of the BBC - I bet the Government and that idiot Cummings doesn't quite think it's such a waste of time and money, now that they need such a mouthpiece. Imagine if the BBC had already been reduced to a subscription model, so only preaching to the wealthy elite. What broadcaster would serve the public good then? Food for thought that needs ramming down Cummngs' throat.
 
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#196803
Honey

Re:The nurse on Youtube 2 Weeks ago  
You know, I think "there is a billion pounds worth of food in people's homes and we should make sure we eat some of it" might be the most stupid thing I have ever heard.

If my next door neighbour has got a billion pounds worth of eggs in his fridge how does that help me?

Unless I am expected to break in and help myself?
 
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Green Man

Re:The nurse on Youtube 1 Week, 6 Days ago  
Pru wrote:
Thinking of the BBC - I bet the Government and that idiot Cummings doesn't quite think it's such a waste of time and money, now that they need such a mouthpiece. Imagine if the BBC had already been reduced to a subscription model, so only preaching to the wealthy elite. What broadcaster would serve the public good then? Food for thought that needs ramming down Cummngs' throat.

Not even the elite would subscribe the TV licence is pretty much dead. The MSM is fake and public would be better off if they weren't preached.

Went to two supermarkets today didn't see any panic buying or arguments. Nurses are not the only ones whom need looking after its also bus and train driver's.
 
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