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Not like a regular flu at all. They want masks and distancing to be permanent. None of that happened for regular flu or any other diseases, far as I know. I'm happy to go back to life as pre coro

eventually, everyone will copy sweden and move on as it was a year ago, but its bitter and humiliating for politicians around the world to admit they committed high treason on their own coun

Not to mention that they have destroyed their countries' already fragile economies, that will need years to recover, if ever...

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"Certainly not thrown down the drain!

 

Those who have collected the lion share of this money printing eruption have done quite well, thank you very much...to the tune of hundreds of billions added to their already extravagant fortunes".

 

Keeping marginally, or sub-profitable companies afloat to benefit the well-connected?

 

In my view, this makes it money down the drain.

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If it doesnt go away I am going to run, run run and find a spot where no one will be like 7-11. If that doesnt work I will run naked through the nearest market

How do I know what will happen, wont happen, send my kids to school if there is a school 

Other things to happen

No more Diesel at PTT,

ALL fast food places will be turned into 7-11's,

NO MORE SUM TUM!!! It will disappear in Thailand.

OH, and no more Soap Operas (anywhere)

 

Hope this helps

 

 

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5 hours ago, Lacessit said:

The evidence thus far indicates the virus crossed species in the markets of Wuhan, where conspicuous consumption of exotic meats is a status symbol for wealthy Chinese.

Evidence or media reports.I was under the impression it was impossible to prove where the virus came from and that only theories have been put forth but no real evidence.

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3 hours ago, Bangkok Barry said:

Not good, is it. A totally new way of life for the entire planet.

There may be something good with it ... in a dystopic future , it might enable some kind of " reboot " for humanity ...

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7 minutes ago, nobodysfriend said:
3 hours ago, Bangkok Barry said:

Not good, is it. A totally new way of life for the entire planet.

There may be something good with it ... in a dystopic future , it might enable some kind of " reboot " for humanity ...

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I'm not sure there is enough intelligent life on the planet for us to survive. This pandemic has provided a perfect litmus test, and we haven't come out of it well. I've long thought we've only got another couple of hundred years at most, and nothing I've seen has persuaded me otherwise. Quite the opposite, in fact.

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2 minutes ago, Bangkok Barry said:

I'm not sure there is enough intelligent life on the planet for us to survive. This pandemic has provided a perfect litmus test, and we haven't come out of it well. I've long thought we've only got another couple of hundred years at most, and nothing I've seen has persuaded me otherwise. Quite the opposite, in fact.

History proves that humanity's path is lead by the same basic instincts that are still present today , greed and fear .

That is what lead us all into the mess we are in now .

If , ever , some part of mankind survives a possibly dystopic future , the survivors might be able to rebuild some kind of society that is based on values that are different from today's ... I just try to think positive , 55

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14 minutes ago, Bangkok Barry said:

I'm not sure there is enough intelligent life on the planet for us to survive. This pandemic has provided a perfect litmus test, and we haven't come out of it well. I've long thought we've only got another couple of hundred years at most, and nothing I've seen has persuaded me otherwise. Quite the opposite, in fact.

I think that mankind is just being taught a lesson ...

Everything is connected , every action provokes a reaction ...

 

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