What’s wrong with them?
Have they stopped listening to
We may never know.
Non-cowardly but reckless and infuriatingly panic-free ‘young people’ in Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2 and Dublin city centre.
Earlier, at the Oireachtas Special Covid-19 Committee meeting,..
…Professor Kirtsin Schaffer of the Irish Society For Clinical Microbiology, warned…
…that society is
starting to verge into two directions and we have to try to bring society together again.
She said for young people the virus is an
abstract term and they feel deprived of their social interactions.
We must change our approach and become more open and transparent because, she said, the younger generations have had enough.
On the other hand the elderly and the vulnerable are terrified, she said.
Don’t know they’re born.
Warning that Ireland at start of second wave (RTÉ)
So it appears.
Belvedere Court, Mountjoy, Dublin 1.
With photo permission granted, masked pupils return to Gardiner Street Primary School.
Only accept this fact and you will be set free.
The School Of Life sez:
held back by a crippling fear that we can’t possibly do certain things because other people will judge us. But for those of us hemmed in by self-consciousness of this kind, there is very good news on the horizon. Amazingly, partly depressingly and partly redemptively, in reality, no one much cares…
The latest video from Rory Bradley.
Previously: Rory Bradley on Broadsheet
A nifty short by
Ah!Serif wherein a simplified human analogue reacts to various terrifying stimuli.