Fans in the stadium

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Re: Fans in the stadium

17 Sep 2020 13:56 pm:

Original Tetley wrote:If only there was a 'Not Rugby' forum on here.


Right, that's it! Somebody put a 'like' button on the site ffs :D
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Re: Fans in the stadium

17 Sep 2020 14:02 pm:

Personally speaking, I think “masks” should only be worn in conjunction with a head/hand torch whilst at Birdlip Hill on a Saturday night....

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Re: Fans in the stadium

17 Sep 2020 14:28 pm:

Lovely lady! Tell her I'll see her Saturday..
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17 Sep 2020 14:34 pm:

Is vitriol stopped by masks? I have stated that I do not believe in masks, apparently there is now incontrovertible hard evidence to say they do stop Covid and I am an irresponsible selfish idiot.

I don't wear one, I don't bother going out.

On the other note; I believe that tax is an acceptable evil that pays for a lot of services, I have not had a day off work since the start of this and have therefore probably paid more tax than most in the last six months whilst legally breathing Covid all over my fellow workers in yet another anomaly brought on by this ridiculous set of policies.
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Re: Fans in the stadium

17 Sep 2020 15:26 pm:

Getting back on point; it was a condition of entry on Monday to wear a mask at all time; save for eating and drinking. On this basis CGR is voluntarily ruling himself out. It was however disappointing that among the lucky ticket holders some chose to wilfully ignore the simple instruction so they could chat with other people they knew in the ground.
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Re: Fans in the stadium

17 Sep 2020 15:34 pm:

Castle Grim Reaper wrote:Is vitriol stopped by masks? I have stated that I do not believe in masks and I am an irresponsible selfish idiot.
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On that we can agree...

don’t “believe” in masks is the absolutely worst explanation...

If there is even a tiny chance you are wrong and you could save someone else’s life by following the guidance, then why wouldn’t you just do it.
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17 Sep 2020 15:37 pm:

How about we all wear Hazmat suits :shock:

Oh and if you read what I have said you would note that I am following the rules, I just think they are a farce and will not join in.
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Re: Fans in the stadium

17 Sep 2020 15:42 pm:

Castle Grim Reaper wrote:How about we all wear Hazmat suits :shock:

Oh and if you read what I have said you would note that I am following the rules, I just think they are a farce and will not join in.


I did read word for word and I’m
Not questioning your actions, I am questioning your rationale...

If hazmat suits were as cheap, readily available and easy to use as a mask then yes!
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17 Sep 2020 16:10 pm:

Most masks won't protect you but they do help protect others if you've got it. Now we have a plentiful supply of masks the government are happy to insist we all wear them in enclosed spaces when interacting with others who aren't in our 'bubble' whereas earlier they were scarce and they prioritised health workers. Not sure GRFC could enforce people wearing them apart from when people are inside.
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Re: Fans in the stadium

17 Sep 2020 16:55 pm:

lucifer wrote:Most masks won't protect you but they do help protect others if you've got it. Now we have a plentiful supply of masks the government are happy to insist we all wear them in enclosed spaces when interacting with others who aren't in our 'bubble' whereas earlier they were scarce and they prioritised health workers. Not sure GRFC could enforce people wearing them apart from when people are inside.


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