Fairview4Life wrote:Yosemite Dan wrote:Fairview4Life wrote:
Oooo, no, that’s not actually what I said. I get that arguing with a straw man is much easier though.
There are a number of non essential businesses that require large gatherings of people in close contact inside for long periods of time in order to make money. Those places should be closed in a lot of Ontario, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Winnipeg, Alberta, BC etc.. Places where there have been a big increase in cases. The government can pay those people to not work for several months and pay the businesses money so they can pay their landlords etc. For months. We have the resources for that. Do that when cases are rising like they are and when they go back down you can start opening some of them up again. Or, since vaccines are on the way, just keep them shut down until enough people have been jabbed. It is actually very simple.
Let a virus spread uncontrolled in a dense population. What could go wrong? LMAO. I’m sure all those businesses we let stay open to save them will be doing great when their staff are all home sick. Or when no one is patronizing them because everyone else is home sick, or afraid of getting sick. Really thought that through.
You really are detached from reality. Reading the posts from various people the last few pages is more scary than covid could ever be.
Coming from one of the absolute worst posters on realgm, I’ll take that compliment, thanks.
You’re very welcome. With 55 000 posts it sounds like you wouldn’t even know there was a lockdown unless you turned on the TV.