As no mercy is given by the Gods of Purge who continually require sacrifice, the lines of those willingly walking the plank toward a deeper an even more profound mire of shit seems to be never-ending.
The lolcows are ingenious though, finding ways to obey the manured minds in government and their pencil-in-the-eye guidelines to disallow human beings to be human beings.
Look, boys and girls – it’s not so bad…you can now embrace your loved ones, especially those in assisted living facilities, not with flesh upon flesh, but with plastic upon plastic.
‘Hug machine’ lets great-grandmother embrace children – via rte.ie – (video embedded in the article)
With a little bit of ingenuity and some plastic, a great-grandmother in the US state of Illinois was able to safely hug her great-grandchildren for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic led to social distancing measures.
85-year-old Rose Gagnon went from seeing her great-grandchildren every day to not hugging them in more than two months.
But she gathered them in her arms again for the first time this week thanks to an invention by her granddaughter. Using some PVC pipes, a window insulator kit, and duct tape, Carly Marinaro built a “hug time” machine outside her house in Rockford, Illinois.
But wait, there’s more shitf**kery:
Social distancing: A practical guide to how to socialise now – via BBC.com
Oh, good God! Let’s take a further look into the insanity offered by the demons:
The UK is starting to relax its coronavirus lockdown rules, meaning some of us can now see friends and family we have been separated from for months.
Under the new rules:
- From Monday, people in England can meet in groups of up to six people in outdoor spaces like parks or private gardens – as long as you remain two metres (six feet) apart
- In Scotland, members of two different households – up to eight people – are allowed to meet outdoors if they maintain social distancing
- In Wales, people from two different households will be able to meet each other outdoors from Monday while maintaining social distancing
- Groups of up to six people who are not in the same household can meet outdoors in Northern Ireland if they stay two metres apart
And some of the choicest of f**kery yet:
The first thing to do is think about who you’re inviting and what pressures that invitation will put on them – we are very differently vulnerable to this virus.
If you’re inviting overweight men who are older, they face a very different risk to young families with young children. If you’re inviting people who’ve had the virus that’s very different again. Think about the invitation and think about who you’re putting at risk.
If you’re thinking of inviting a 70-year-old overweight man, I would consider having quite a detailed conversation about the risks they were prepared to accept.
If you’re shielding you obviously cannot attend these gatherings.
Folks….these are the end times, right? I mean, come on now, you’re buying into the absolute filth these degenerates offer?… WHY?
“The wisest thing in the world is to cry out before you are hurt. It is no good to cry out after you are hurt; especially after you are mortally hurt. People talk about the impatience of the populace; but sound historians know that most tyrannies have been possible because men moved too late. it is often essential to resist a tyranny before it exists.”―
Lockdown Madness Censorship and Other Nonsense – Dr. Pamela Popper
Tonight’s musical offering:
“Do You Feel Like We Do” – Peter Frampton
(clamp those headphones on, or pods securely in place, and dig, if you like, with full volume amped up)