Sky bint ?trott? Saying that govt expected to relax things in next few days. Review, you airhead, REVIEW !
The system has not gone to rats, it's a bit confusing because each Bundesland makes its own rules concerning self islolation. So what is allowed where I live would get me a fine if I did it in Bavaria. However the hospitals are coping, just. It's the old peoples homes that are having problems, but that pre-dates corona by a very long way.That would be Germany that’s tested so many not at risk people, it’s now running out of testing kits and the system has gone to rats?
The higher BBC strategic intent seems to be in maintaing its self styled place as one of the instruments of state, representing the very peeple that it grooms constantly with everthing from Doctor Who to Ceebeebies. Unvoted for yet funded by ordinary people that the bigger egos for some obscure reason, think they are somehow connected to.The BBC agenda is all about scrapping BREXIT and having another referendum. Jezza Vhine came out with that last week when interviewing Red Corbyn; my tourettes became uncontrollable as he uttered the above.
As soon as the lockdown ends and I can bloody move to a new home, the beeb licence fee is getting fooked off at the high port (normally I only watch YouTube and live 1 to 2 progs)
I've never despised the press more than now. Mind you, I despise 20% of the population who are so ******* thick that they need things:
Explained to macro levels
Shown how to cook
Shown how to exercise
List goes on and on.
No. But hey. They should be more concerned about where they sit on the "first against the wall " list.I’m enjoying the hysterical media frothing over wether Dominic Raab has ‘his finger on the nuclear button’.
they need to stop taking guidance from Hollywood, we don’t have a ‘nuclear button’
The system has not gone to rats, it's a bit confusing because each Bundesland makes its own rules concerning self islolation. So what is allowed where I live would get me a fine if I did it in Bavaria. However the hospitals are coping, just. It's the old peoples homes that are having problems, but that pre-dates corona by a very long way.
I feel that I'm better of here than in Britain and most definitely better off than in Italy or most other countries for that matter.
Meanwhile the media is pumping out endless corona programmes, special programmes, talk shows etc. It gets even worse when the experts contradict each other or make a statement and two weeks later change their minds.
Not dramatic, pragmatic.Now, now - no need to be so dramatic.
We haven't even started on the "Last to get on a ventilator" list yet.
And at a bovine level of 'thick'.Meanwhile, the press pack are again simply headline hunting.
yo Dom, the Boss is down, people are dying in their thousands, and the government and country is eating the biggest shit sandwich in 80 years..... you’re up!Not particularly impressed by Raab's delivery when he has taken centre stage, as he doesn't seem to believe in himself. Wouldn't impress me as a leader thus far.
Boris will be back, and 2nd Lord is doing the biz today, while Gove is probably a steadying influence behind the scenes even while isolating.
I remember a kindly old woman grabbing my wrist surprisingly firmly and shouting 'Auslander, auslander!" when I didn't wait for the Green Man on Münich side street 30 years ago.Well, you buggers are used to obeying Ze Ordnung.
> Still sulking for getting fined for not crossing on Ze Grun Mann on an empty bloody road
Here's a very good article from The Guardian on the societal impact of CV19. I commend people read it.
I stopped reading right there.Every time a Michael Heseltine or Gordon Brown comes on the radio, social media brims with nostalgia for the heavyweights of yore.