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Last time I tried to spray my gunk everywhere I was taken to a special place.I wish it was so,
took off my mask outside the other day, people told me to put it on,
stood to close to a Karen the other day, told me to respect social distancing nonsense.
people insist on spraying that gunk everywhere you go, getting tiresome actually.
going into the office, taking peoples temperature and asking the dumb and pointless questions, do you have a mask?, do you sanitize regularly enough?
waste of people afternoon, honestly.
you have an IMMUNE system for this exact reason, cant mollycoddle you for every little sniffle and cough.
Although I don't know what the solution is, I don't believe that draconian laws are the solution, for any problem actually.I think that will be difficult without much more draconian controls and violations in personal freedom.
like requiring everybody to wear a wristband that tracks their location and Temperature/ Health/ BP/ things like that.
nobody wants that, so people have to be more reasonable,
what's something people will accept?
so far I don't see much that people will accept gladly. to try and contain a admittedly dangerous to certain people virus.
agreed, but they are slowly being implemented sometimes in the nature of our "safety"Although I don't know what the solution is, I don't believe that draconian laws are the solution, for any problem actually.
If history has taught us one thing, it is that more regulations, rules, laws, etc. don't do much other than make more criminals. Sadly, the likes of the ANC don't learn from history, so only time will tell if their voters finally get over what some would call their blind faith.agreed, but they are slowly being implemented sometimes in the nature of our "safety"
and thats what worries me now.
when the virus is but a (bad) memory, what then?
they will keep the draconian rules around for our "safety"
look at cigarettes and Booze, how long did that take?
Job creation, Sir.The biggest issue is how they count the deaths, also they keep saying the beds are running out in hospitals? How many of those people actually need to be in hospital? looking at that one pic of the hospital in Cape Town they looked like they were chilling.
time will tell, and unfortunately the banana republic that is SA will keep voting them into power,so only time will tell if their voters finally get over what some would call their blind faith.