- I overheard this outside a shop: ‘I was lucky enough to test positive for covid. (Chuckle, chuckle.) Convenient now that the weather’s nice. I had to do the test six times to get a positive. I’m pretty certain to get long covid. (Chuckle, chuckle.) That’ll be another 12 months off work so I’ve bought some new golf clubs.‘
- Water shortages are on their way. Already, the unfortunate souls who live in Devon have been told to use less water so that there will be enough for all the holidaymakers flooding into the county. (This policy seems designed to create hatred against holidaymakers and therefore to discourage travel – even within the UK.)
- Food thefts from allotments are now commonplace – and will get worse as food prices soar. When food rationing is introduced people will stand guard over their allotments.
- The greens and global warming nutters seem to hate poor people. First they insisted that old cars were banned. Now they’re insisting that old caravans are removed from caravan sites because they are a danger, an eyesore or a threat to the profitability of the caravan industry (I’m not sure which.) Oh, and we are told that old cars aren’t suitable to be used in warm weather because they are more likely to break down.
- In Wales, they now want a 20 mph limit in built up areas. That will ruin delivery businesses, create massive blockages and vastly increase the use of fuel (most modern cars are inefficient at 20 mph). And those with high performance cars will need to have their vehicles serviced every few miles. Oh, and emergency vehicle response times will deteriorate still further. Soon, accident and heart attack victims will have to call for an ambulance a week before they need one.
- Another motorist has been fined for driving too close to a cyclist. He was fined £500 and ordered to pay £620 in court costs and a £50 victim surcharge. The cyclist was not hurt or damaged in any way. This sets a dangerous precedent. Cyclists could now become professional victims – riding around the country filming motorists and collecting £50 each time they think a car has gone too close (legally, too close is now around five feet).
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