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2 minutes ago, horatiotheturd said:

Agree.  So shut everything that isn't essential.

Why punish some sectors and give others a license to print money and gain financial from a situation that is screwing others over for years to come?

Do it properly or don't do it at all.  

That’s a bit overkill you can’t just take everyone’s livelihood off them unnecessarily. The only people in construction I’ve seen breaking the rules were the teams working for the DOI at about 3 sites yesterday. Not unlike the SPC situation really. We don’t have to do all that fussy shit like wearing masks or keeping 2M apart because we work for government. The private employers in contrast seem to have been responsible across the board and brought in proper monitoring and policies. 

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1 hour ago, Albert Tatlock said:

Anyone else finding it annoying that many of Ashford's statements end in an upward inflection (also known as uptalk) that makes many of his statements sound like questions?

 

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Yes it’s annoying but I’m afraid it’s not just Minister Ashford, a large proportion of the population do it. 
I find the Corona virus more annoying though.

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1 hour ago, Numbnuts said:

DOI are celebrating as the Prom is off the agenda for awhile . Have a really good friend with shops down there and just messaged before that there all packing up there stuff apparently . He is totally fed up about it as its costing him thousands and then Hettie says no sign of building workers spreading it . You can see how he's pissed about it all .

Is it not classed as essential infrastructure?

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9 minutes ago, Gladys said:

Is it not classed as essential infrastructure?

I would have thought so but his message stated they wete packing up , tools in vans etc . Guess we will know more tomorrow . He also is not one to speculate or spread rumours so I believe him tbh . He's not happy !! If true wonder what Marco Leonetti has to say ? 

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9 minutes ago, CowMan said:

The only people in construction I’ve seen breaking the rules were the teams working for the DOI at about 3 sites yesterday...

I'm calling you out on this, Pinocchio. Don't believe a word of it. "about 3 sites" yeah, right, not 2 or 4, just "about". Where were these 3 sites? I suppose you were on essential journeys too eh? 

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All in all the current, and as yet still burgeoning shitshow, illustrates that previously our glorious leaders were not organised, competent and effective. They were simply bloody lucky. 
Soon Quayle’s competition with the Channel Islands...’Ooooh..look how much better we are than Guernsey’ will have to be spun as...’Ooooh..at least we’re not as shit as the English’.

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5 minutes ago, quilp said:

I'm calling you out on this, Pinocchio. Don't believe a word of it. "about 3 sites" yeah, right, not 2 or 4, just "about". Where were these 3 sites? I suppose you were on essential journeys too eh? 

You seem to have some crazed obsession with my posts. Please feel free to put me on block rather than post rage filled bordering incoherent responses. I don’t really like dealing with crazies. I’ve reported one of the incidents to the DOI so let’s see what happens. 

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4 minutes ago, quilp said:

I'm calling you out on this, Pinocchio. Don't believe a word of it. "about 3 sites" yeah, right, not 2 or 4, just "about". Where were these 3 sites? I suppose you were on essential journeys too eh? 

To be fair driving along the prom today I saw 3 workers stood by a van no mask no social distance chatting away having a smoke so not really hard to disbelieve 

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20 minutes ago, The Voice of Reason said:

Yes it’s annoying but I’m afraid it’s not just Minister Ashford, a large proportion of the population do it. 
I find the Corona virus more annoying though.

'Upspeak is often considered to be unprofessional because it undermines the speaker's level of competence in the eyes of the listener.'..........................just sayin' (but have to agree)👍

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3 minutes ago, Uhtred said:

All in all the current, and as yet still burgeoning shitshow, illustrates that previously our glorious leaders were not organised, competent and effective. They were simply bloody lucky. 
Soon Quayle’s competition with the Channel Islands...’Ooooh..look how much better we are than Guernsey’ will have to be spun as...’Ooooh..at least we’re not as shit as the English’.

The English? Who have a better vaccine rollout than we do, are opening things up again while we are shutting down and have much better financial support packages?

The English who a few months ago were in a much worse situation than we are but who have pulled themselves out of it while our lot have taken us from (lucky) hero to zero in a few months when we could be the envy of the world?

Those ones?

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1 minute ago, thommo2010 said:

To be fair driving along the prom today I saw 3 workers stood by a van no mask no social distance chatting away having a smoke so not really hard to disbelieve 

Yes the prom and also the lining works in Santon. 

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