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Discussion started by almostatyke (IP Logged), 20 March, 2020 21:42
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almostatyke
20 March, 2020 21:42
This is not a particularly easy subject to write about. As someone who does not go to work I have self-isolated in what I think is a responsible way for about a week. Food shopping is really the only risk taken.
So are there any positives? Perhaps a few:
1) Every garden should be at the top of its game - no excuse!
2)Homes Under the Hammer is not as bad as is made out.
3) Dave has some good Red Dwarf shows that you can only half remember.....
4) Your sons/daughters phone you more because they are worried about you.
5) And way above all......I will get a Carnegie Season Ticket refund. Only joking of course. I am hoping the £30 will be paid as toilet rolls, pasta and groceries from Morrisons. LOL

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almostatyke
21 March, 2020 18:50
Whilst not trying to make light of the tricky conditions we are living in, it is nice to see some good, other examples:
1) Tesco dedicating the browsing, pre-purchase hour on Sunday morning to NHS workers
2) Private hospitals joining the NHS ranks on a "non-profit" basis
3) Jamie Roberts making his Cardiff flat available for a front-line NHS doctor
4) [www.bbc.co.uk]

On a personal level I have received a month credit on my Eurosport subscription (they are showing 2019 events as nowt going on) and just had a text from Virgin Mobile giving me a free month of more minutes and data than I could use in a year.

It is not all gloom and doom - surely someone else has something positive to add????????

And now Morrisons are devoting the first hour of each day to NHS staff. Credit to them.



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 21/03/2020 21:37 by almostatyke.


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