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5 hours ago, Bairnardo said:

Have we had a local authority kicking off and threatening to let their local businesses trade irrespective of tier yet? Its surely coming. Being "over cautious" with this particular system isnt really acceptable and is going to result in immense pressure from businesses who are held shut in a tier that cant be squared with the numbers.

Dougie (lets turn the city centre into one giant beer tent) Lumsden of the Aberdeen city council already demanding that Aberdeen should be tier 1 and has written a strongly worded letter 

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1 hour ago, philpy said:

Anybody watch the stv news there?? That Couple doing the trials live across from us 😮

Oh my god! Were they really? Wow! Are they one of the ones who park shittily?

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Dougie (lets turn the city centre into one giant beer tent) Lumsden of the Aberdeen city council already demanding that Aberdeen should be tier 1 and has written a strongly worded letter 
It's always, always Aberdeen City council.

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Dougie (lets turn the city centre into one giant beer tent) Lumsden of the Aberdeen city council already demanding that Aberdeen should be tier 1 and has written a strongly worded letter 


Pish myself laughing tomorrow if they just place them in Tier 4 for their cheek.

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This is the guidance for travel for Tier 3 residents. Screenshot_20201029_192116_com.android.chrome.thumb.jpeg.ded19469c936c64d6de2b2c57b360279.jpeg 

 

If there is no non-essential travel in or out of Tier 3 then what does this mean for travel to Glasgow, Prestwick and Edinburgh airports?   

 

 

Or like some of these restrictions is this advisory rather than legally enforceable?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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13 minutes ago, mizfit said:

 


Pish myself laughing tomorrow if they just place them in Tier 4 for their cheek.

 

Haha rent free seethe into my veins - at least they're not bothered 😂🤣😂🤣😭😭😭😭

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12 minutes ago, DeeTillEhDeh said:

If there is no non-essential travel in or out of Tier 3 then what does this mean for travel to Glasgow, Prestwick and Edinburgh airports? 

If you're going on holiday then i'd say travelling to the airport is pretty essential...

I've always looked at the "no non-essential travel" line as an effort to dissuade and reduce the movement of people by making them review if they really need to travel, rather than something to be taken literally.

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9 hours ago, madwullie said:

Re my Q, just read the first response to the bmj article linked. It suggests that acceleration of caseload means that they are nowhere near the herd immunity threshold (which is what I presume HIT stands for). Granted, the guy that wrote it could just be some guy, and have no more knowledge than your average p&b denizen, but he did use big words and stuff. He cites Karachi as potentially having 51% immunity. Must go and read up on that when I get a sec. 

Always the sign of an expert.

Or someone trying to wing it...

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1 hour ago, Le Tout P'ti FC said:

This is the guidance for travel for Tier 3 residents.

Screenshot_20201029_192116_com.android.chrome.jpeg

 

Just away on my wheel (singular) to get the messages.

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4 minutes ago, MixuFruit said:

 

Just away on my wheel (singular) to get the messages.

The guy rides on his own unicycle transport to work - Gif | Funny gif,  Unicycle, Cool gifs

Edited by Hillonearth

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1 hour ago, Melanius Mullarkey said:

Tory minister’s husbands.
 

A great bunch of lads.

 

Sometimes I feel tired of them, sometimes sorry for them. Sometimes angry at them. It's a difficult situation for everyone. A mental illness though, you don't want to laugh at them but... FFS! 

Edited by HeartsOfficialMoaner

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2 minutes ago, MixuFruit said:

Just away on my wheel (singular) to get the messages.

I remember howling with laughter the first time NS said that you were allowed out to go a wheel.

I've never heard anyone else use the term.

I know it's an effort to be inclusive AF but it just sounds ridiculous and forced.

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Just now, Todd_is_God said:

I remember howling with laughter the first time NS said that you were allowed out to go a wheel.

I've never heard anyone else use the term.

I know it's an effort to be inclusive AF but it just sounds ridiculous and forced.

ohhhhhh it's a wheelchair?

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2 minutes ago, MixuFruit said:

ohhhhhh it's a wheelchair?

At the risk of being whooshed, what else did you think it was? 😂

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1 minute ago, Todd_is_God said:

At the risk of being whooshed, what else did you think it was? 😂

literally just a wheel. I feel equally stupid and thoughtless now.

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We are away to the lake district tomorrow for 3 nights. We are getting called idiots for going by some people. We had it booked and paid for months ago, and have been in regular contact with the hotel owners since. Apart from having a couple of restaurants booked, we (weather permitting) will be outdoors walking most of the time. There is no travel ban in place where you can be fined as yet, only advice as far as I'm aware. 

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1 hour ago, Melanius Mullarkey said:

Tory minister’s husbands.
 

A great bunch of lads.

 

Quote

Mr McFadzean, who is employed by Credit Suisse as a vice president.

Jenkins, get my fucking money out of Credit Suisse!

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7 minutes ago, philpy said:

We are away to the lake district tomorrow for 3 nights. We are getting called idiots for going by some people. We had it booked and paid for months ago, and have been in regular contact with the hotel owners since. Apart from having a couple of restaurants booked, we (weather permitting) will be outdoors walking most of the time. There is no travel ban in place where you can be fined as yet, only advice as far as I'm aware. 

The idiots are the ones happy to cancel everything that makes life enjoyable because of some misplaced belief that it makes a difference.

Go and enjoy your break.

Post lots of pictures on facebook too, to ensure added seethe.

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