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Lockdown has just about stopped the Flu in Australia

DonDeeHippy

Active member
you still playing the gypsy? I thought you'd finished. What are you doing sparring with Shell when you're on a break, enjoy your holiday and leave him to his fantasies
that was July.. Sigh I wish I was still on break, At the moment trying your excuse and home a few days with a sore knee....
 

MilesAway

Bongalong
If we can stop the working culture of people thinking they are so important to the world and where they work, it will all collapse if they don't work sick and just stay at home, a lot of virus spread would be stopped.
You mean, stop people working in cities?
 

DonDeeHippy

Active member
It's taken years for the workforce to get used to the idea that safety is more important than profit and getting the job done, probly be the same with health.....
 

DonDeeHippy

Active member
He was being more specific than that, I think.
no monk was right, If we can stop people that are sick from going to work because they get it in their heads everything will collapse if they don't. Just that will make a huge difference on how many catch virus's..Don't forget the original question you asked....
Trying to decentralize people is just impossible and not something I think is needed...
 

MilesAway

Bongalong
no monk was right, If we can stop people that are sick from going to work because they get it in their heads everything will collapse if they don't. Just that will make a huge difference on how many catch virus's..Don't forget the original question you asked....
Trying to decentralize people is just impossible and not something I think is needed...
I asked you about the common flu: have you lost track?
 

DonDeeHippy

Active member

HBS Guy

Head Honcho
Staff member
and that's what I'm talking about... If someone gets the flu they should stay home not go to work out of some imaginary obligation they feel....
I worked in a big building in town in the 1980s. A dickwad there boasted he had never taken a sick day. He would come into work with a heavy cold sneazing, coughing, blowing his nose etc—about 10% productive. I would get URTI once a year—the air conditioning recirculating all the germs. One year the moron that was my boss there asked me to come in while I was suffering URTI because something needed to be done. With fever etc there was no way I was going to come in to work or nor could I do quality work. But the boss should have told that dickwad to stay home when he had a heavy cold. Left there and into small business—no more URTI after that.

WHEN YOU ARE SICK STAY THE FUCK HOME!
 

sherri

New member
I worked in a big building in town in the 1980s. A dickwad there boasted he had never taken a sick day. He would come into work with a heavy cold sneazing, coughing, blowing his nose etc—about 10% productive. I would get URTI once a year—the air conditioning recirculating all the germs. One year the moron that was my boss there asked me to come in while I was suffering URTI because something needed to be done. With fever etc there was no way I was going to come in to work or nor could I do quality work. But the boss should have told that dickwad to stay home when he had a heavy cold. Left there and into small business—no more URTI after that.

WHEN YOU ARE SICK STAY THE FUCK HOME!
You're right, but that hasn't been the culture, has it? Remember that ad 'soldier on'? Hasn't been on TV lately, I have to admit. 🙂
 

HBS Guy

Head Honcho
Staff member
Glad to see you found your way here. I had ASSumed that the developer would put in the html redirector. Nevermind, easy enough.

Yes, I hope this soldier on crap stops! Hope the ads change—no more Soldier on with Codril, recover at home quicker with codril (or whatever useless crap)
 
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