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On Fri, 8 Jan 2021 15:03:43 +0000
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To the self absorbed boomer generation society must grind to a halt and
everyone be put under house arrest just so they can avoid covid and eake out
their last remaining years counting their money. Everything is about you
boomers.



Whilst you of course are happy murdering people , going around spreading


Oooooo, "murdering"! Juvenile emotive hyperbole, much?

a virus, and saying "not my fault guv, blame the Tories"


You're just another scared pathetic old ******* who wants everyone else to
suffer to save his own skin. **** off.

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On Fri, 8 Jan 2021 13:40:49 +0000
Bryan Morris wrote:
In message , tim...
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On 5 Jan 2021 09:46:34 GMT
Marland wrote:
Recliner wrote:
The official version is up:
https://content.tfl.gov.uk/standard-tube-map.pdf



Is the Northern line Battersea extension still due to open later this
year?

Have the contractors been packed off home to save them from the
geriatrics
virus or are they still working?

try using that term in the family homes of 30 something's who have died
and see where it gets you




To a person with a mental age of 5 even someone of 30 is a geriatric


To the self absorbed boomer generation society must grind to a halt and
everyone be put under house arrest just so they can avoid covid and eake
out
their last remaining years counting their money. Everything is about you
boomers.


just because very few under 35s are dying doesn't mean the they don't get
ill enough to be hospitalised

and take up beds and medical resources that might otherwise be needed for
people with other illnesses (of all ages)



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tim... wrote:


wrote in message
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On Fri, 8 Jan 2021 13:40:49 +0000
Bryan Morris wrote:
In message , tim...
writes


wrote in message
...
On 5 Jan 2021 09:46:34 GMT
Marland wrote:
Recliner wrote:
The official version is up:
https://content.tfl.gov.uk/standard-tube-map.pdf



Is the Northern line Battersea extension still due to open later this
year?

Have the contractors been packed off home to save them from the
geriatrics
virus or are they still working?

try using that term in the family homes of 30 something's who have died
and see where it gets you




To a person with a mental age of 5 even someone of 30 is a geriatric


To the self absorbed boomer generation society must grind to a halt and
everyone be put under house arrest just so they can avoid covid and eake
out
their last remaining years counting their money. Everything is about you
boomers.


just because very few under 35s are dying doesn't mean the they don't get
ill enough to be hospitalised

and take up beds and medical resources that might otherwise be needed for
people with other illnesses (of all ages)


Or even if not hospitalised, have long lasting serious effects; I have a
friend, a fit and healthy 48 year old who used to run 5k every day, who,
over six months after getting Covid, struggles to walk 200m without a rest.



Anna Noyd-Dryver



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On Fri, 8 Jan 2021 20:09:07 -0000 (UTC)
Anna Noyd-Dryver wrote:
tim... wrote:
just because very few under 35s are dying doesn't mean the they don't get
ill enough to be hospitalised

and take up beds and medical resources that might otherwise be needed for
people with other illnesses (of all ages)


Or even if not hospitalised, have long lasting serious effects; I have a
friend, a fit and healthy 48 year old who used to run 5k every day, who,
over six months after getting Covid, struggles to walk 200m without a rest.


I had a cousin in his late 40s who did running competitions. He got cancer
and was dead in 9 months. Perhaps we should all be locked in our homes
in case we get hit by a cosmic ray in the sunshine or breath in some toxic
diesel fumes and also get it?

Life has risks, deal with it.

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On Sun, 10 Jan 2021 16:59:56 +0000
Bryan Morris wrote:
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On Fri, 8 Jan 2021 20:09:07 -0000 (UTC)
Anna Noyd-Dryver wrote:
tim... wrote:
just because very few under 35s are dying doesn't mean the they don't get
ill enough to be hospitalised

and take up beds and medical resources that might otherwise be needed for
people with other illnesses (of all ages)


Or even if not hospitalised, have long lasting serious effects; I have a
friend, a fit and healthy 48 year old who used to run 5k every day, who,
over six months after getting Covid, struggles to walk 200m without a rest.


I had a cousin in his late 40s who did running competitions. He got cancer
and was dead in 9 months. Perhaps we should all be locked in our homes
in case we get hit by a cosmic ray in the sunshine or breath in some toxic
diesel fumes and also get it?

Life has risks, deal with it.

Moron


That the best you can come up with?

Hopefully you haven't bred


Hate to disappoint, but I'm not you.

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I had a cousin in his late 40s who did running competitions. He got cancer
and was dead in 9 months. Perhaps we should all be locked in our homes
in case we get hit by a cosmic ray in the sunshine or breath in some toxic
diesel fumes and also get it?

Life has risks, deal with it.

Cancer isn’t contagious and you are not being asked to limit your movement
just to protect yourself and family.


Most people are dealing with it but in a way you and some others do not
like, it remains to be seen which set of opinions prevail, but at the
moment the people with the power to make life really uncomfortable for
those who disagree are a government emboldened by a very large majority
because people like you put them there because of a single issue,
ironically a mantra of which was taking back control. Now that control
appears to be for them and does not include you are whinging
but it was people like you put them there and until it changes they can
fo onto impose far more draconian conditions yet , larger fines, prison
terms , constant offenders put in internment camps where they can be kept
till the crisis is over . There are plenty of further steps that could take
place, Boris and Co see the Covid crisis as a war and without the time to
debate nicely about it may soon start to get heavy handed and worry about
the fallout later.



GH

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In message , at 18:29:30 on Sun, 10
Jan 2021, Marland remarked:
wrote:
On Fri, 8 Jan 2021 20:09:07 -0000 (UTC)



I had a cousin in his late 40s who did running competitions. He got cancer
and was dead in 9 months. Perhaps we should all be locked in our homes
in case we get hit by a cosmic ray in the sunshine or breath in some toxic
diesel fumes and also get it?

Life has risks, deal with it.

Cancer isn’t contagious


https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/cervical-cancer/causes/

--
Roland Perry


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