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10 minutes ago, Mark J said:

Herd immunity innit bruv.
 

It makes me wonder, from what I've read 10% of the virus infection rate for the country is in the east of Leicester, massive Asian population. Might just be me over thinking it, or maybe because a lot of Asian family's live in 2/3 generation family houses.

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3 hours ago, Gary Prentice said:

Don't tell anyone, but I'm conducting a social experiment to see how far I can bait misters eggs and Johnson before someone gets offended on their behalves. I have a hypothesis that I'll offend others before I offend them :D

I could be offended on their behalf if you like Gary, such irrational behavouir being all the rage at the mo.

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8 minutes ago, eggsarascal said:

It makes me wonder, from what I've read 10% of the virus infection rate for the country is in the east of Leicester, massive Asian population. Might just be me over thinking it, or maybe because a lot of Asian family's live in 2/3 generation family houses.

That stands to reason.

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2 minutes ago, eggsarascal said:

Might just be me over thinking it, or maybe because a lot of Asian family's live in 2/3 generation family

It would be interesting to see more detailed figures.

Locally it's been noticeable who does and doesn't  (has or hasn't been practicing) practice the distancing and protection regs. We've, wife and I, concluded that because of multiple generational family homes the Asian families almost all were masked outside. (except for an element of younger men)

 

Another consideration is also what jobs people do, lots in nursing and care home - in relation to the overall staffing levels.

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3 minutes ago, difflock said:

I could be offended on their behalf if you like Gary, such irrational behavouir being all the rage at the mo.

Thanks for your support on this one, Marcus. Stay safe...

 

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5 minutes ago, difflock said:

I could be offended on their behalf if you like Gary, such irrational behavouir being all the rage at the mo.

You could always start a march of 1. :D

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53 minutes ago, Gary Prentice said:

You could always start a march of 1. :D

If he's taking to the streets I'm taking to the streets, n so are my mates.

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5 hours ago, Gary Prentice said:

Don't tell anyone, but I'm conducting a social experiment to see how far I can bait misters eggs and Johnson before someone gets offended on their behalves. I have a hypothesis that I'll offend others before I offend them :D

I heard a faint whoosh but didn't realise there were two at it

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16 hours ago, kevinjohnsonmbe said:

I think I can (fairly) safely speak on behalf of both me'sel and the boiled one in this regard:

 

You'd have to go some to cause offence to either Mr P!  Weme 'not of the later generation' ?

Well said that man, I might get the hump and have a row but it's soon forgotten. I might be a bit of a lefty but I'm no snowflake.

 

 

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12 hours ago, openspaceman said:

I heard a faint whoosh but didn't realise there were two at it

He ain't been well lately , am glad he has a faint whoosh in him ?  my whoosh has usually gone by Thursday ?  K

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