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1 hour ago, ChildeHarold said:

I'm not quite sure where your complaint is in this garbled rant. 

A. Blanket NHS discounts which you say are wrong because not everybody who works in the NHS is deserving of a discount in your opinion. 

B. Those offering NHS discounts are proclaiming their virtuous behaviour and thereby harvesting good PR for their business. 

Clearly, (A) apart from being totally impractical to discriminate within employment categories in the NHS seems to project a meanness of spirit and generosity that says a lot about your own selfish approach to this situation. 

(B) has more merit if it was anything other than a trivial moaning worthy of Victor Meldrew than the balanced outlook on life that normally comes from experience. 

PISS OFF

I’m not sure I appreciate your tone Childe.

But I guess my gripe is multifaceted;

1. The discount is misplaced. The real victims of this year are those who have lost their livelihoods and are now struggling to heat their home and keep their kids fed. Why not go for the age old senior citizen discount, as it’s easy to prove and they’re the ones actually at risk?
2. Based on my fag packet calcs, only a small percentage of NHS staff treated a ‘rona patient. Personally, if I worked for the NHS (which I might), and I’d had a bloody easy ride this year (which I might), I’d feel somewhat guilty riding on the coattails of my more heroic colleagues.
3. I don’t blame these companies for their false projections of virtue, my issue is with those who believe them, “oh what a lovely gesture” etc etc
4. You, Childe. You horn tooting, happy clapping, tiny dick waving cunt.

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12 hours ago, Brit Brutus said:

I’m not sure I appreciate your tone Childe.

But I guess my gripe is multifaceted;

1. The discount is misplaced. The real victims of this year are those who have lost their livelihoods and are now struggling to heat their home and keep their kids fed. Why not go for the age old senior citizen discount, as it’s easy to prove and they’re the ones actually at risk?
2. Based on my fag packet calcs, only a small percentage of NHS staff treated a ‘rona patient. Personally, if I worked for the NHS (which I might), and I’d had a bloody easy ride this year (which I might), I’d feel somewhat guilty riding on the coattails of my more heroic colleagues.
3. I don’t blame these companies for their false projections of virtue, my issue is with those who believe them, “oh what a lovely gesture” etc etc
4. You, Childe. You horn tooting, happy clapping, tiny dick waving cunt.

It still doesn't add up. The "real losers". "You poor fucking thing" as Audrey said to Charlie. 

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16 hours ago, Decimus said:

Here he is, Scatman John!

You'll no doubt be interested to know that one of my experiences was fecal related. Whilst visiting a relative in that hospital, I found myself in need of the shitter. Said dump factory was being cleaned so I waited outside until they were done. After they had gone on their way, I planted myself on the throne getting ready to void my bowels, when upon looking at the cubicle wall, I could see a huge smear of shit upon it. Despite being "thoroughly" cleaned by one of our NHS heroes, that was the state it was left in. And they wonder why hospitals are riddled with superbugs.

Feel free to reply after you've finished cumming over all the scatalogical references above, you sinister, shit-sniffing deviant.

They probably left it because it contravened 'elf and safety regulations if they attempted to clean it without using full body protection. 

Cleaning in hospitals was down to nurses. If the ward sister told you to clean the floor of the shit Mr Kleftiko kindly left by his bed, you fucking cleaned it or you got a verbal kicking off of Sister or worst still, matron.  Nowadays, nurses dont touch it and its left to 'specialist cleaners'. 

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6 minutes ago, camberwell gypsy said:

They probably left it because it contravened 'elf and safety regulations if they attempted to clean it without using full body protection. 

Cleaning in hospitals was down to nurses. If the ward sister told you to clean the floor of the shit Mr Kleftiko kindly left by his bed, you fucking cleaned it or you got a verbal kicking off of Sister or worst still, matron.  Nowadays, nurses dont touch it and its left to 'specialist cleaners'. 

I recollect those "deep cleans" they did in hospitals circa 2014 where the "deep clean" was to run a dry microfible cloth on a stick across light fittings on the tops of doors.

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20 hours ago, Decimus said:

It's turned into a regular crack den since your stint. I was more than a little surprised at the following article about it.

Instead of the police being immediately involved, there was a chance for the suspected smack head to come forward and get let off with what would probably amount to a mandatory drug rehabilitation course and counselling.

Typical of the Paget in that instead of taking seriously the prospect that a member of its staff was treating patients whilst off their head on a drug far stronger than heroin, they treated it as a mild safeguarding issue.

As I said before, dangerously incompetent.

https://www.greatyarmouthmercury.co.uk/news/james-paget-gorleston-hospital-investigation-fentanyl-1-6777503

It goes on all the time and has been for donkeys. The learned Dr Shipman had a pethidine habit in the 1970's. NHS trusts hate the adverse publicity.

The case I have linked was one that I had to attend court for. Myself and a colleague did the usual twice daily controlled drug check at shift handover. I noticed people who had presented with sprained ankles and other conditions not worthy of such strong analgesia had all been given pethidine, with signatures we did not recognise. I had 45 minutes in the fucking witness box where the cunt of a QC that represented her questioned my integrity.

Worse of all, perhaps not surprising, her husband worked as an area car driver for the metropolitan filth. After she did her porridge, she was still able to practice. The NMC placed conditions on her registration for 18 months and that was it. She only admitted to the charges once in Holloway. Having said all that, she was never unreasonable to me, personally.

https://www.enfieldindependent.co.uk/news/464021.nurse-bailed-after-drug-theft-verdict/

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2 hours ago, The Beast said:

It goes on all the time and has been for donkeys. The learned Dr Shipman had a pethidine habit in the 1970's. NHS trusts hate the adverse publicity.

The case I have linked was one that I had to attend court for. Myself and a colleague did the usual twice daily controlled drug check at shift handover. I noticed people who had presented with sprained ankles and other conditions not worthy of such strong analgesia had all been given pethidine, with signatures we did not recognise. I had 45 minutes in the fucking witness box where the cunt of a QC that represented her questioned my integrity.

Worse of all, perhaps not surprising, her husband worked as an area car driver for the metropolitan filth. After she did her porridge, she was still able to practice. The NMC placed conditions on her registration for 18 months and that was it. She only admitted to the charges once in Holloway. Having said all that, she was never unreasonable to me, personally.

https://www.enfieldindependent.co.uk/news/464021.nurse-bailed-after-drug-theft-verdict/

‘Shippers’ polished my mate’s mother-in-law off in Hyde back in the day. He thought it was a bit ‘sudden’ as she had been in good health prior to catching a heavy cold and having slipped at home and was a bit shook up but with no real damage. Anyway, he detested the old cow and his missus was left a tidy sum so all’s well as they say.

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2 hours ago, The Beast said:

Worse of all, perhaps not surprising, her husband worked as an area car driver for the metropolitan filth. 

You can always trust Plod to make the most spectacular stereotypical cunts of themselves when it comes to major crime.

Policeman facing sack 'for trying to buy Krispy Kremes box for 7p using carrots barcode'

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6 hours ago, Dawn Chorus said:

I recollect those "deep cleans" they did in hospitals circa 2014 where the "deep clean" was to run a dry microfible cloth on a stick across light fittings on the tops of doors.

Because of the ward system in NHS hospitals with 6 or more patients in each bay proper protection and sanitisation is virtually impossible. There is just too much going on in what is a busy shared space. Go into the private ward which most NHS hospitals have (and shouldn't have) and you will find patients in private rooms, a calmer atmosphere and a cleaner environment. I'n afraid what was state of the art in the 1960s isn't good enough for the 2000s. Brexit is unlikely to improve any aspect or quality of our public services and the already widening gap between health outcomes in all the main diseases between the UK and its equivalent European neighbours is likely to get worse. 

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2 hours ago, Cuntybaws said:

You can always trust Plod to make the most spectacular stereotypical cunts of themselves when it comes to major crime.

Policeman facing sack 'for trying to buy Krispy Kremes box for 7p using carrots barcode'

I would have thought that paying anything for chrispy creme donuts was a very serious offence in itself.

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On 17/11/2020 at 15:09, The Beast said:

It goes on all the time and has been for donkeys. The learned Dr Shipman had a pethidine habit in the 1970's. NHS trusts hate the adverse publicity.

The case I have linked was one that I had to attend court for. Myself and a colleague did the usual twice daily controlled drug check at shift handover. I noticed people who had presented with sprained ankles and other conditions not worthy of such strong analgesia had all been given pethidine, with signatures we did not recognise. I had 45 minutes in the fucking witness box where the cunt of a QC that represented her questioned my integrity.

Worse of all, perhaps not surprising, her husband worked as an area car driver for the metropolitan filth. After she did her porridge, she was still able to practice. The NMC placed conditions on her registration for 18 months and that was it. She only admitted to the charges once in Holloway. Having said all that, she was never unreasonable to me, personally.

https://www.enfieldindependent.co.uk/news/464021.nurse-bailed-after-drug-theft-verdict/

This sort of thing was endemic in the US with pharmacists who were getting high as kites.

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On 17/11/2020 at 17:49, Cuntybaws said:

You can always trust Plod to make the most spectacular stereotypical cunts of themselves when it comes to major crime.

Policeman facing sack 'for trying to buy Krispy Kremes box for 7p using carrots barcode'

Breakfast of champions.
Sacking in such case should be mandatory for the greedy, ungrateful, overpaid & pensioned twat,  who can then practice his cunning skills at the local food bank, as no sane private sector’s employer will take on the ex plod con. 

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43 minutes ago, White Cunt said:

Sacking in such case should be mandatory for the greedy, ungrateful, overpaid & pensioned twat,  who can then practice his cunning skills at the local food bank, as no sane private sector’s employer will take on the ex plod con. 

Indeed. It’s not high treason, or murder, or even inadvertently using the wrong pronoun when asking the way to the transgender bathroom, but I still can’t help feeling that capital punishment should be reintroduced for people who are THAT FUCKING STUPID.

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4 hours ago, camberwell gypsy said:

This sort of thing was endemic in the US with pharmacists who were getting high as kites.

That's why she's a QC. Thet don't come cheap. £5,000 per 15 minutes? To hire one is usually a knockout punch itself and the test is just a formality. To get a QC's opinion would set you back about £30k minimum. 

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13 minutes ago, ChildeHarold said:

That's why she's a QC. Thet don't come cheap. £5,000 per 15 minutes? To hire one is usually a knockout punch itself and the test is just a formality. To get a QC's opinion would set you back about £30k minimum. 

Another fascinating nugget of information from our resident nonentity.


Even Lady P in her hay day of binge posting BBC news links and replying to every comment can’t hold a candle to your level of annoying dullness. 

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1 hour ago, Stubby Pecker said:

Another fascinating nugget of information from our resident nonentity.


Even Lady P in her hay day of binge posting BBC news links and replying to every comment can’t hold a candle to your level of annoying dullness. 

He’s certainly raised the bar Stubbs. Hopefully it will deter a lot of spackers from bothering in the future. 

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5 hours ago, Cuntybaws said:

Indeed. It’s not high treason, or murder, or even inadvertently using the wrong pronoun when asking the way to the transgender bathroom, but I still can’t help feeling that capital punishment should be reintroduced for people who are THAT FUCKING STUPID.

Snout or ear?

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On 17/11/2020 at 03:27, Decimus said:

Here he is, Scatman John!

You'll no doubt be interested to know that one of my experiences was fecal related. Whilst visiting a relative in that hospital, I found myself in need of the shitter. Said dump factory was being cleaned so I waited outside until they were done. After they had gone on their way, I planted myself on the throne getting ready to void my bowels, when upon looking at the cubicle wall, I could see a huge smear of shit upon it. Despite being "thoroughly" cleaned by one of our NHS heroes, that was the state it was left in. And they wonder why hospitals are riddled with superbugs.

Feel free to reply after you've finished cumming over all the scatalogical references above, you sinister, shit-sniffing deviant.

It’s probably (and hopefully) some way off yet Decs, but when your inevitably enlarged prostate finally joins hands across your urethra, and you’re carted in to the Paget screaming in delirious agony, you’ll be an utter joy to look after. Once some poor sleep-deprived junior doctor has forced a catheter up your shrivelled winkle and told you the standard set of plumbing jokes, you’ll no doubt let all and sundry know you’re a personal friend of the Lord Lieutenant of Norfolk and that if someone doesn’t dust under your bed every twenty minutes then you’ll be writing to the Daily Telegraph. I wouldn’t drink much tea during your stay, put it that way.

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