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2fast2slow

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just to finish this thread, so I got 2 robocalls and 2 emails...nobody came to my house. I'm free as of thursday, oh no wait, now there is a curfew...fuck
 

Sol Tee Nutz

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A CEO is taking this to court, I do agree that this measure by Trudeau is outrageous.

If people don't like the measures then they should just stay home . We are trying to contain this plague. People should not be travelling for leisure at this time.. Also they were warned in advance that their coming back to Canada could be in jeopardy. So too sad too bad. If i was the PM i would go even further and disallow ALL non essential travel. These travellers are the reason we have a pandemic so i have no pity.
 
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If people don't like the measures then they should just stay home . We are trying to contain this plague. People should not be travelling for leisure at this time.. Also they were warned in advance that their coming back to Canada could be in jeopardy. So too sad too bad. If i was the PM i would go even further and disallow ALL non essential travel. These travellers are the reason we have a pandemic so i have no pity.
the media keeps quoting "Australia does this, New Zealand does this"...yeah but the other 210 countries of the world dont. so go live in those 2 countries if they are so frikin great

Some people have ligitimate reasons to travel. I would consider being held in a hotel room a type of jail also. People never consider the unintended consequences of these rules.
 

Sol Tee Nutz

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From what I read roughly 2% of the infections are from travellers.. Small clip, it is not the international travellers who drive the cases up. Ttudeau is probably trying to divert the attention from his failed vaccines. This measure by Trudeau is useless IMO.

Feb. 1, 2021 — Based on these reported exposures, PHAC estimates that international travel has accounted for between 0.4 per cent in May to 2.7 per cent in July 2020 of total confirmed cases over the past eight months.
 

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the media keeps quoting "Australia does this, New Zealand does this"...yeah but the other 210 countries of the world dont. so go live in those 2 countries if they are so frikin great


So we shouldn't use the countries who have handled it best as examples for what we can perhaps also do better? We should jsut shut up about it? The classic "if you don't like it here, move somewhere else" line of thinking...
 

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So we shouldn't use the countries who have handled it best as examples for what we can perhaps also do better? We should jsut shut up about it? The classic "if you don't like it here, move somewhere else" line of thinking...
who says they have handled it best? I dont feel those countries are comparable to us, they are obviously a particular case being isolated islands down at the bottom of the pacific/indian ocean. So i wish people would stop holding them up as models to aspire to. And yes i expressed a little anger, because i dont like having my freedoms severely curtailed, even in a pandemic.
 
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Sol Tee Nutz

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The guy is a pure asshole ! Idiots like him are the reason this pandemic is prolonged.
Maybe if more people were like him ( correct ) we would not be treated like sheep and obeying every whim the governments puts out to us. Cases and ICU units are on the rise again even with a lockdown and curfew, does this not tell you something. Some US states said fuck it and opened up, did not want the cure worse that the virus. Do not want to hear " To save one life is worth it ", BS.
 

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he got a ticket for what exactely? if it's for not obeying public health directives (not wearing a mask or refusing the test) i dont beleive it will be thrown out of court as he says. Only very few tickets have been thrown out... but mind you maybe getting a $1500 ticket is better than being imprisonned for 3 days and still have to pay $2000...
 

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Maybe if more people were like him ( correct ) we would not be treated like sheep and obeying every whim the governments puts out to us. Cases and ICU units are on the rise again even with a lockdown and curfew, does this not tell you something. Some US states said fuck it and opened up, did not want the cure worse that the virus. Do not want to hear " To save one life is worth it ", BS.
It rose in the past 2 days by a little, but overall cases are way down than pre-lockdown and curfew. The problem is with stupid people that don't follow directives and then infect others.
 
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Sol Tee Nutz

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. The problem is with stupid people that don't follow directives and then infect others.
Not going to look for a link but a high majority of people who have caught the virus say they are mask wearers and social distance. IMO this virus is going to infect certain people no matter what they do unless they completely hide in their basement, some will never get this even if they lick a covid-19 case in the nose.