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    Kyle Walker

    Hosting a party involving two sex workers during a coronavirus lockdown? That really ought to be the end of his England career at the very least.
  2. The ozone layer has been getting better since CFCs were banned ~30 years ago hasn't it?
  3. Tonic water originally was used for malaria protection, had far, far more quinine in and tasted far worse. The quinine type drugs touted as helping limit coronavirus symptoms are (I read somewhere) the equivalent of about 200 modern gin and tonics per dose, so probably more harm than good done there! Unfortunately the initial evidence for these drugs was anecdotal and the first controlled test results don't look great.
  4. I wonder if dealers are making plans to support their loyal smackheads through this difficult time. Maybe they should send emails out about their strategy.
  5. As long as it doesn't inconvenience you too much eh?
  6. You have no understanding of proportion. "Can't" to me means that there is no possible way to do something, for you it means being unwilling to eat beans on toast for a few weeks to save a life. Nobody's suggested the self employed should get shafted, just that selfish people should not put a couple of red letters ahead of actual human lives.
  7. I'm perfectly fine with not earning a penny for the next six months if it's necessary to save lives. It'll be difficult but a couple of years from now it won't have made any difference to me. It will have made a lot of difference to the people not ******* dead though.
  8. You are so one eyed you can't see. You're equating your inability to cope for a few weeks without cash with people dying and you're idiotic enough to talk about selfishness... Don't pay your bills for a couple of months, save some lives. Nothing will really change for you - suffering my hairy ass.
  9. Really? Who's going to die if you miss a couple of mortgage payments? You will get over it, those who die won't. That's unbelievable selfishness. Stay at home.
  10. I am looking at not paying bills or a mortgage, I booked a payment holiday and took a lump on a credit card to prepare. What the **** are you on about thinking of others? Take a look in the mirror pal, you are the people causing this crisis. You're choosing to put a bit of inconvenience above other people's safety, unbelievable selfishness.
  11. I really can't believe some people think going to work for three weeks is more important than not helping to spread a deadly virus to people who might die from it. If you really can't cope with that what were you planning on doing when the recession kicked in?
  12. The job retention scheme is only for businesses with employees, most people on sites are self employed I'd have thought?
  13. The virus survives on surfaces for several days and in aerosol form for more than three hours. I would suggest steering clear of others for a couple of weeks. You might have the virus and get no symptoms. It's not like anyone else will be out having the time of their lives!
  14. What else would you do other than self isolate? Why would you take the chance?
  15. In the UK you can have private healthcare and get access to things quickly if you have the money, just the same as the US. The difference is that if you don't have the money you aren't given a choice limited to death or bankruptcy, you can actually get treated for free without having to ruin your entire family's future. You get emergency care immediately with no bill.
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