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May 5, 1977

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  1. In Topic: What's messing with your groove?

    Yesterday, 10:59 AM

     Malankazooie, on 23 May 2020 - 07:12 PM, said:

    To weak willed cigarette smoking jag offs who flick their lit butts out the window in front of me. Know that if I pull up next to you at the next stop light, I'm going to tap my horn, motion for you to roll down your window and lay into you with a berating like you've never received before. Doing that shit when the fire danger is high is the most crass, selfish, ignorant, dumb-fuck thing a moron can do.

    You are texting while driving?
  2. In Topic: COVID-19 (aka Coronavirus, aka 2019-nCoV)

    22 May 2020 - 07:48 PM

    Oh, I agree, it is nigh on impossible. But social distancing, at least in the UK, is a lost cause in my opinion. It is just completely counter to the British mentality. People do not like to tell other people off for not following distancing rules out of some form of politeness or embarrassment. If they go on a bus wearing a face mask and see others not wearing a face mask, they will not wear one the next day either because they dont want to look out of place. And because the government is not putting any rule enforcement in place at all - merely some vague guidance which they then push all responsibility for maintaining off to local authorities and employers so they can deny any culpability - in practice nothing sticks. Where in the US people deliberately seem to be breaking the rules because it supposedly curtails their god given right to personal freedom, in the UK the main driving force seems to be embarrassment and not wanting to make a fuss. The end result is the same though.
  3. In Topic: COVID-19 (aka Coronavirus, aka 2019-nCoV)

    22 May 2020 - 06:54 PM

    Well, to be fair, I have been working through this whole thing in our academic hospital and social distancing is non-existent on the front line. We have Estates workers coming in to check our ventilation etc, without any protection or attempt at social distancing. To collect the blood and saliva samples from frontline workers (nurses, doctors, domestic services staff) which we currently use in a clinical trial, I have to walk through a narrow corridor (maybe like a metre wide) with phlebotomy rooms on each side with nurses chatting away with each other, half of them not wearing masks. We have domestic services staff and engineers smoking on the side of the building in groups of 4-6 people, trundling around the corridor and coming into our office to have a chat, etc etc.

    We are testing samples from frontline workers who say that they have had no symptoms whatsoever. So far around 20-25% of them tested positive. I honestly dont see how you can contain this. The only way forward as I can see it is to ringfence the truly vulnerable members of our society and let the rest go for herd immunity until we have a vaccine.
  4. In Topic: Ye Big Movie thread

    21 May 2020 - 07:27 AM

    Hey, not our fault that your future missus has poor taste in movies. Perhaps a good moment to rethink the relationship?

    Next time, suggest "C'est arrive pres de chez vous".
  5. In Topic: COVID-19 (aka Coronavirus, aka 2019-nCoV)

    19 May 2020 - 08:16 PM

    Was in the lab until 10pm yesterday. I'd bloody love to be cooped up, I am stressed out of my head with all these clinical trials. We will most likely be joining in with the Oxford vaccine trial next week as well.



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    04 May 2020 - 21:59
    well happy birthday there
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