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  1. It just would of been fun for Lee Johnson taking charge tbh :laugh:
  2. Interesting to hear Lee say playoffs is a minimum this year.
  3. It a shame it wasn't the managers of each club taking control tbh.
  4. Nice result. Onto the next round it is. Never in doubt.
  5. Hey. Just wanna say cheers for the recommendation. Love it. Watched the first 5 episodes so far.
  6. So for people that want to be sensible and not selfish. That are worried about being in close proximity with a huge amount of people. This will mean visiting more quieter/local stores, but much much more frequently.
  7. The only thing that annoys me with what Johnson has said, is that we should only shop when we need to and infrequently. Use food delivery when we can. Well we already know that delivery is out of the question in many areas. And to suggest to shop so infrequently is literally going to encourage more panic bulk buying, which means a huge influx of a mass of people at supermarkets that will try to bulk buy. This needed to be worded/explained better, or have a better understanding and co-ordination with supermarkets.
  8. Well tonights announcement was inevitable. It was always going to happen. And whilst I agree that this is necessary, it should not be something to be celebrated or cheered. Today is a dark day for personal freedoms and liberty, regardless if it is essential and needed. I would like to say that people like Piers Morgan has absolutely not helped in the last couple of weeks. I am sure he feels like he is vindicated now, but tonights decision was always going to happen. All he has done is help to create unnecessary panic, and potentially helped create situations like panic buying at supermarkets. I agree about scrutinising the government but the way he went about it was completely wrong. Also, after this does subside. The world need to look at China. It is not racist to acknowledge this started in China. And its not the first time. Repercussions need to happen. We cant have a situation where a state is allowing these so called wet markets to exist. Or to have a government like China's that try to suppress the outbreak for as long as it did. As we are seeing now, it is killing innocent people across the world.
  9. Just think of the poor sods that work on the checkout on supermarkets. I work in care, so I cant work from home and my pay is rubbish. But the people that work in the supermarkets are exposed to hundreds/thousands of people per day. For not a great wage. Potentially putting themselves and their loved ones at risk. While people much better paid get to work from home, or get their salary of up to £2,500 a month paid for being home. Its so lop sided its sad.
  10. I would like a system where people that have lost their job, were treated respectfully. The benefit system should absolutely be there for people that have been made redundant and have fallen on hard times. Unfortunately there is this nasty stigma attached to it, from people abusing that system. That stigma appears to have reached the jobcentre and the employees themselves. The system needs to be harsher on people that clearly don't have any intention on finding a job, and kinder towards those that have lost theirs. That was not my experience. I was brushed with the same brush as someone that's never had a job in his life.
  11. Yep. If im made redundant again, the last place il ever go is the jobcentre. This is why I don't get how deadbeat bums can sponge off the benefit system. When I was made to feel like a total social pariah and had to jump through insane hoops to get my £60 for 4 weeks, how are some living off it and not having it revoked?!?!
  12. Yep. Im just amazed at the amounts of selfish pricks out there. Flouting the advice and stockpiling like crazy. Its depressing how many dumb idiots are in this country. The sad thing is, the people that are screwed over are the people that are sensible.
  13. If I had a fever and cough I would self isolate and warn others regardless of knowing for definite or not. Id assume its the worst. I certainly wouldn't want to have others near me to test me just in case.
  14. But how would I be tested? Would they come to me?
  15. It wasn't just my own sense of pride. The guy literally made me feel like garbage from the start. And I hate to run through hoops for the tiny amount I was getting for the few weeks I was looking for a job. It was insane, and nothing I will put myself through again.
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