73, Northumberland, Northumberland, England UK
BS at it's finest.
BS Oh its you string now i understand Stay safe
I will be safe. didn't want to say BS in full.: laugh:
sorry i do not believe you ---- you are trying to control me
Hello red What I have notice during the lockdown...has disappointed me greatly...I see so many women walking around...wearing a muzzle...looking fearful and cowardly I think about a brave woman...My mother...who had MS for over 20 years and how brave she was...I think about how much she loved life and made the best of things...knowing she could no longer walk and was in a wheel chair I compare large number...of these weak modern feminist women to my mother and think how entitled they are...how materialistic they are...how self centred they are...how much they complain about the smallest of problems...how easily manipulated they are by propaganda...via mainscream media...or government puppets and I get to thinking...how many rational minded women and loving women...will be left to date...with all the masking...ocd hand washing etc I know many men have been brainwashed also...but I'm talking about women...cause they are the one's I'm looking to date and just sharing my own personal views on the situation
I wouldn't worry too much Lee, the chances of any woman being attracted to you are less likely than your winning the lottery.IMO you have more chance of catching covid than a woman lol
Hi Red,To be honest, the lock down has not affected me too much. I still work and do all the things I did before it was implemented. Well nearly all, except staying out after curfew. SA has been in Lock Down for close to a year now.
Well now Lee how charming you be. I am sorry about your mum, just saying MS does not kill you within 10days, nor can you get it and pass it on. Not taking anything away from your brave mum though it must have caused you pain to watch her so. All happenings in life you go through stages (unless your brain dead of course) and it is the way you tackle things.Me i am crazy at the moment to be sane in these days i could be a nagging older women
Rizlard i just gotta agree with you
hi Lucken yep when you can work and carry on things will not affect you the same. My sons work and do not feel the strain as some men who have lost their jobs and cannot work and cannot go out and mix etc. We all have different feelings in these times and each circumstance deserve a look in. Not long now and i can hug my sons and friends I will need longer arms for friends as we have all put wieght on in these times
When the lockdown hit, first I went nuts cleaning and organizing. I alphabetized my spices even. Then I turned into a pig and ate everything in sight, or maybe that is a goat that it's everything, so baaaaah. Finally I got it together and went back to college via diciplining myself to legit research every single morning until I feel satiated with what I've learned. No family escapes from family drama, mine included. The Pandemic stopped Mom from seeing Dad in the nursing home - very sad drama. Now she sees him 3 times a week and is bringing him home asap - against all medical advise. She is 84 so whatever makes her happy the family will try to make it happen.It is great to see you back. Did you get cabin fever?
Sweden haven't been locked-down, but I's working from home since March. First it felt convenient, now it feels like I live at work. Boring, to put it mildly. And by the look of it there will be several months more of that life. Don't see how it'd change until the most of the population is vaccinated. Around September?
unfazed cabin fever for sure, i do get out for a few miles walk early morning when not many about but thats it. Must be tough for your mum and dad plus you having to watch and thinking whatever makes them happy in their last chapter. Lets hope that chapter is a long one.Good for you extra learning, mine is crafts, reading cooking phoning friends. Lessons well and truly learnt too.It has been a joy to watch a lot of people helping and the medical staff over and above. When will they get a rest??? Wishing you well.
Tulefell yep my son and wife work from home but they live in the countryside so take their dogs out for walks instead of paying a walker, so i suppose swings and roundabouts.Still i have had my jab and as you say when all younger folk too get it lockdown will continue. Stay safe not long now
Well... I go out almost every day and paddle kayak almost every week-end. Have met my friend for lunch a few times during the pandemic, but there are not so many places in Gothenburg, that serve food outside and it's not always pleasant to be sitting on the plain-air when it's below zero C. Opera and theatres are closed :/Life on-line: meetings, shopping, entertaining :)
There's nothing more traditional than family time and being bored. Character building to have illness instead of amusement and ease. Very conservative to actually live this way when even the oldsters grew up on sex, drugs and rock n roll. I don't like what the waiting is for, but the wait itself is blameless I can't fault it. Most people have no patience precisely because of the non-essential activity of an infantilised world.
And an unfree society will be good for the art of expression. The 60s wouldn't have been the 60s without the 40s and 50s. Boring and unfree conditions will make for better liberals that counter the fifty year decline of the left.
Tulefell well i await borders opening so i can visit son in Scotland for another Kayak lessons
Cheseney i agree i thinkTake care
I didn't mind lockdown , there was a buyin and it worked . Politicians that tried to undermine it paid a heavy price last election . It bought us time , Aussie have caught on and caught up . We wait for the rest of the world . I don't think the vaccine will be the answer but part of the control , a tool .