Which is wrong.CM11 wrote:You're becoming a parody of yourself BB.
When the kawasaki type illness first hit, I advised caution yes, and noted your lack of giving a fúck.
When it became more clear that it wasn't a big issue that would be a factor, I dropped it. You know because health officials can only make decisions based on available data and not their gut or lack of giving a fcuk.
From the beginning of May since it was clear that we had started to get things under control I suggested it might be nice to get the kids in for a bit of June.
From around the middle of May I have been saying the picture would look different in the middle of June and the government would be looking to open the schools as normal.
At no stage did I say that they shouldn't go back in June because they don't do much.
The kids do very little in June anyway. Joking aside, the government should ask parents to apply for emergency childcare, like in South Korea, and then based on demand they can open up schools with rotating staff essentially minding the kids as opposed to teaching them.
I stated there was rare side effects. These side effects were seemingly extremely rare statistically and were not disuading other European countries opening at the time.
You screamed the name of the side effect and said X number of children in NYC had got it. I pointed out that this % was tiny, that it was a fraction of the number of children drowning per year, for example.
Stop lying, I never said I "didn't give a fudge". I said balance out the risks vs. the costs, from what we knew and what we didn't.
I'm laughing here, everything is just a grand plan for you Statto. In reality, we are being what I said, overly cautious and afraid to make political decisions. You keep on fighting the good Fine Gael fight though.