Oh dear Keir

I’m not repeating what I said no matter how much you keep plugging this crap. Read my posts again. They clearly refute your nonesense.

And I’m more than happy with my achievements in life.

The nonsense that you said you hoped his business would fail?

Outstanding.
 
Oh here comes the site narcissist for a shift. I’m gone from here!

Have you embarrassed yourself (yet again) because you didnt know he was a labour supporter and you wanted his business ruined just because he didnt agree with your dear leader.

You socialists punish any dissent.
 
Don’t make things up to disguise your rush to rudely and crudely criticise me because I happen to be a Labour supporter.

It just highlights your political bigotry!

Shut up you dripping ****-sock.

FFS, admitting being a labour supporter is akin to boasting about being a kiddy fiddler............hardly cricket.

"Political bigotry"? You ******* muppet.
 
Only a bad businessman bans people from their business for political reasons, anyone that had a small business will know sometimes you get obnoxious customers yet their money is as good as anyone else, not selling to them only hurts your pocket in the end.
 
A couple of points.

The shouty lefty was getting upset that the Labour Party weren't adhering to his own particular brand of socialism, specifically the Govt's handling of the pandemic.

Such folk aren't known for keeping their views to themselves which, in this case, meant SKS got both barrels and the Beeb promptly shit it's pants.

If this had been directed at Boris, whose Govt actually made the decisions, the Beeb would have covered it by praising "the hard working entrepreneur sticking it to the Nasty Party."

The point being, it was funny to see a lefty getting shirty with a Top Lefty on the presumption his Party of the Opposition should have done something it didn't have the numbers to make happen. Such people are often objects of fun and derision, mainly because they are pig ignorant twatbeasts.
 
Only a bad businessman bans people from their business for political reasons, anyone that had a small business will know sometimes you get obnoxious customers yet their money is as good as anyone else, not selling to them only hurts your pocket in the end.

Free advertisement. I bet he gets loads of custom over the coming days.
 
My old local...One frosty Yule, me, my dad and my neighbour followed some tracks in the frost to the only pub open in Bath that night, that being the Raven
 
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Anyone know if the bars in Westminster were closed? Wouldn't want our elected betters to go without a drink, would we? They might be in danger of knowing what they were voting for.
I think that they were. I saw an article in one of the newspapers a few days ago that they are now open again with the easing of lockdown.
 
Free advertisement. I bet he gets loads of custom over the coming days.
He‘ll be having his windows put through, when Rgjbloke and the rest of the angry Labour supporters travel there.
 
The landlord should check who’s actually in government if he wants to lay some blame for his problems with anybody.

Like Starmer or dislike him, and I’m not a particular fan although I’m a member of the Labour Party, he actually isn’t responsible for the publicans self perceived plight.

Let’s also consider that well over a hundred thousand people have lost their lives to this pandemic. The measures taken had to be robust enough to stop that number becoming two hundred thousand or three hundred thousand or even much worse.

He’s not alone by any means in suffering hardship because of the situation but he deliberately uses an occasion when he knew it would make national headlines to cause a scene with someone who actually isn’t responsible for his plight.

Frankly I hope this ******** does now go bust!

Morally repellent lefty turns on morally repellent lefty. Meanwhile, on Arrse, morally repellent lefty wishes harm on morally repellent lefty.

Then blames Boris for everything.
 
If you read my post and digest it all, my point includes the fact that thousands of unfortunate souls have died prematurely and yet this publican seems to think pubs could continue to trade normally and let’s not consider that they would be a major source of the virus spreading causing significantly more deaths.

Thousands of people dying is ok as long as he’s making a buck eh Adolf!
It's called capitalism.

As opposed to places like Venezuela (that your "Absolute Boy" loved) that just fukced everyone over with rampant hyper-inflation, famine, opens fire on anti-Maduro protesters and still saw thousands die of Covid. If you love the Commie dream so much, fukc off to Venezuela or some other leftist shit-hole and live it. When you've watched what pitance you have managed to eek out evaporate due to 1 million percent inflation caused because the Government bankrupts the country (funny how they never struggle themselves) and you end up eating captured rats to survive do come back and tell us all how wonderful your utopia is.
 
Get over yourself... the virus has a 98% survival rate...
there are several threads on this site where we can discuss this. Suffice to say in a respiratory disease that is highly infectious an IFR of 1.15% is pretty scary.
The IFR is only so low because the medics have figured out how to stop people dying in droves (at the breakout it was as high as 20%). And long term injury from the disease is several orders higher.
 
It's called capitalism.

As opposed to places like Venezuela (that your "Absolute Boy" loved) that just fukced everyone over with rampant hyper-inflation, famine, opens fire on anti-Maduro protesters and still saw thousands die of Covid. If you love the Commie dream so much, fukc off to Venezuela or some other leftist shit-hole and live it. When you've watched what pitance you have managed to eek out evaporate due to 1 million percent inflation caused because the Government bankrupts the country (funny how they never struggle themselves) and you end up eating captured rats to survive do come back and tell us all how wonderful your utopia is.

Venezuela, that's not real socialism comrade.
Now that it's been seen to fail, again.
 

Joker62

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What are you on about?

This publican appears to be complaining that they were forced to be closed.

My point is that if they had been open, they would have been a major spreader of the virus!
But supermarkets, where hundreds if not thousands per day trotted through their doors and milled around, where there were virtually no restrictions weren't? Throbber!
 
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Venezuela, that's not real socialism comrade.
Now that it's been seen to fail, again.
How silly of me.
There must be a place where "real communism" hasn't failed for being uncommitted and half-hearted in its brutal implementation. I hear things are going well in North Korea for example.
 

Joker62

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Only a bad businessman bans people from their business for political reasons, anyone that had a small business will know sometimes you get obnoxious customers yet their money is as good as anyone else, not selling to them only hurts your pocket in the end.
TBF, SKS was hardly likely to be a regular customer.
 

theoriginalphantom

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But supermarkets, where hundreds if not thousands oer day trotted through their doors and milled around, where there were virtually no restrictions weren't? Throbber!


generally there is more space in a supermarket and usually slightly less drunkeness, facemasks are more easily worn when shopping than when drinking, high ceilings allowing better air flow and we have to get food. (and gin etc as pubs were closed)

on the other hand generally pubs don't have goods that you handle, cough over, and then put back on the shelf. (barmaids excluded)
 

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