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Anyway, Tescos is on maximum retard, Sainsburys is not far behind, there is a little wholefood shop here with 2 people max in the door plus a 1 way system that is strictly enforced - also maximum retard.

Let's hope they go bankrupt soon.

Meanwhile Waitrose Aldi and even the Co-op are pretty normal especially if you arrive at 7:50am and walk straight in and arrive at the tills at 8:00am.

Let the retards kill themselves.

 

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I shop twice a week - initially had to queue at morrisons, but not lately, though they still have the system in place - never had a queue issue at lidls and aldi - as for intrusive cops asking to look into your shopping - well my are has very few of them available to do so.

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22 minutes ago, rideforever said:

Anyway, Tescos is on maximum retard, Sainsburys is not far behind, there is a little wholefood shop here with 2 people max in the door plus a 1 way system that is strictly enforced - also maximum retard.

Let's hope they go bankrupt soon.

Meanwhile Waitrose Aldi and even the Co-op are pretty normal especially if you arrive at 7:50am and walk straight in and arrive at the tills at 8:00am.

Let the retards kill themselves.

 

 

The bolded comment made me laugh - and it's true! ?

 

I've not been mithered going to a main store for a couple of weeks, so have eaten into our stock reserves, . It's just too bloody tedious though!

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The one plus is when I go into the M&S supermarket across from my house there's a female member of staff who wears this massive welder's mask and it leads me to picturing her in a leotard dancing like that girl in the movie Flashdance. There's also a male member of staff who wears one but I just think he looks like a prick wearing it. 

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1 hour ago, banjo dog said:

Bet the woman in flowery dress and glasses has got track and trace switched on, on her phone.

 

Again, no-one is questioning the need for all of this.

 

In that video, the sales assistant is wearing gloves and a mask, and there is a perspex screen in front of them. Yet the customer is still expected to 'stand back' at a distance.

 

For gods sake, WHY?

 

It's just extreme over-the-top reaction to a virus that has killed 41662 people in the UK, out of a population of 66.65 million - or 0.06% of people in the UK.

 

The assumption being made is that "everyone's got it", or everybody could be carrying it (or "spreading" it), or everybody is just dirty and filthy.

 

The reality is that far more people are catching this 'coronavirus' and recovering, which makes a mockery of the disingenous claims about it being a 'lethal infectious disease'.

 

But all these measures are being put in place to make people feel 'safe' - like most people who haven't been indoctrinated by the constant media propaganda bombardment the last couple of months won't actually give a shit about being 'safe' from this virus.

 

When did people stop being afraid of being mugged, stabbed, shot or raped?

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4 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

Again, no-one is questioning the need for all of this.

 

In that video, the sales assistant is wearing gloves and a mask, and there is a perspex screen in front of them. Yet the customer is still expected to 'stand back' at a distance.

 

For gods sake, WHY?

 

It's just extreme over-the-top reaction to a virus that has killed 41662 people in the UK, out of a population of 66.65 million - or 0.06% of people in the UK.

 

The assumption being made is that "everyone's got it", or everybody could be carrying it (or "spreading" it), or everybody is just dirty and filthy.

 

The reality is that far more people are catching this 'coronavirus' and recovering, which makes a mockery of the disingenous claims about it being a 'lethal infectious disease'.

 

But all these measures are being put in place to make people feel 'safe' - like most people who haven't been indoctrinated by the constant media propaganda bombardment the last couple of months won't actually give a shit about being 'safe' from this virus.

 

When did people stop being afraid of being mugged, stabbed, shot or raped?

Totally agree. I am starting to assume these people have no faith in their own immune system, or more likely have never bothered to think about it for a few minutes. As for people who work in shops, I would like to think some are a bit more switched on and for all we know any of us on here could work for a super market. They are only doing as the store manager has told them to do because that is what his/her area manager has told them to do. They in turn have been told what to do by some one at head office, who has been told what to do by some one above him/her. And so it goes on to the top of the pyramid. 

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I would like to share a success story.

 

My mum (aged 64 but in excellent health) sees through the plandemic shit and has been pretty vocal about her thoughts to the point that, whilst out walking, she has been accused of "killing people" for suggesting to another walker that they needn't worry about the 2 metre "rule" around her.

 

Anyway, the other day, she was in a garden centre straight after it opened, along with my 81 year old aunt and step-father. My mum - a huge plant enthusiast - was minding her own business looking at plants and perhaps backed up a bit to get a proper look at something of interest. There was a masked younger woman behind her who my mum didn't see, engrossed in plants as she was, who accused my mum of getting too close to her (within two metres). Well, my mum told her a thing or two and said that she hadn't even seen the woman behind her as she was minding her own business. She also said that that nobody had asked her her wishes on the lockdown measures and queried if the other mask wearing woman thinks that the virus can jump and, if so, why she doesnt feel protected by her mask. My aunt chipped in and said that firstly the masked woman, who was behind my mum, had walked into my mum's space and pointed out that, if anybody should be worried about the "virus", it should be her given that she is 81 years old. My stepfather also pointed out to the masked woman that he has a heart condition so should be more worried then her. The woman left, when confronted, before my mum had the chance to point out to her how sadly fearful she must be. Hopefully this woman will now think twice about challenging others from shaky ground.

 

I thought it was worth sharing the story as it shows how the mask wearing sort, who rely on virtal signalling and guilt tripping, may not necessarily be so strong in their convictions when faced with true common sense and facts.

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6 minutes ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

I thought it was worth sharing the story as it shows how the mask wearing sort, who rely on virtal signalling and guilt tripping, may not necessarily be so strong in their convictions when faced with true common sense and facts.


When the day would arrive when I felt that I have to thank people for being normal - and for hearing about people being normal I knew would be a somewhat sad day for me.
That day came a long time ago for me - just over 3 months ago.

Virtue signalling, mask wearing lemmings, hedgrow sniffers and kamakazee suicidal jay-walkers who will do anything but let their presence be infected by my presence, thankfully they're easy to spot, via the masks,body language, zig zagging from pavement to road, nervous-jolting movements and lack of eye contact.

That woman, at the garden centre was Rude, Selfish, Arrogant and spiritually and socially asleep, your mother on the other hand is the exact opposite by the sound of it.

Thank you Mitocondrial Eve,  that little nugget cheered me up, I want to shake your mum and friends by the hand (and I get the feeling they would actually shake my hand back)
I've been refused a handshake 3 times since the lockdown, I don't cry about it though - I just carry on as normal, I'm always testing them - dropping myself in the shit on-purpose to see how people will react.

I feel very defensive and want to protect good people like your ma, they are normal.  I wish I could take people being normal for granted, like it used to be.
But alot of truths are bubbling to the surface aren't they?  We're seeing people for what they really are.  And that's a blessing. 
Nice one MitochondrialEve. ?

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10 hours ago, sickofallthebollocks said:

That woman, at the garden centre was Rude, Selfish, Arrogant and spiritually and socially asleep, your mother on the other hand is the exact opposite by the sound of it.

Thank you Mitocondrial Eve,  that little nugget cheered me up, I want to shake your mum and friends by the hand (and I get the feeling they would actually shake my hand back)
I've been refused a handshake 3 times since the lockdown, I don't cry about it though - I just carry on as normal, I'm always testing them - dropping myself in the shit on-purpose to see how people will react.

I feel very defensive and want to protect good people like your ma, they are normal.  I wish I could take people being normal for granted, like it used to be.
But alot of truths are bubbling to the surface aren't they?  We're seeing people for what they really are.  And that's a blessing. 
Nice one MitochondrialEve. ?

 

My mum would absolutely shake your hand back without hesitation. We have carried on seeing each other as normal despite lockdown, and unashamedly have a hug too including out in the open. The same went for my brother, sister-in-law, nephew and niece when we saw them last weekend. She has never been a conformist and doesn't worry about what other people think of her - she's secure in herself I suppose. She absolutely will not wear a mask, have a vaccine or download any tracing app (she doesn't have a mobile phone anyway) - and, when she says something, she means it!

 

Thanks for your kind comment. :classic_smile:

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