nsew wrote:Those people across the country that applauded the nhs staff, care workers and shop workers. We’re a great country with only a relatively few ‘<FFE>’.
As a key worker I don't need clapping, I just do my job and get on with it like I would do any other day, just like my colleagues do looking after and seeing to the needs of the most vulnerable in our society, a significant portion of whom their relatives have left them to rot in their own homes with virtually no contact.
If you're not self motivated even when the pressure is on, when people are relying on you every day, then you're in the wrong job IMHO
What does clapping actually achieve, a sense of well being and warm fuzzy feeling, who for?
There are some not very nice people out there, sadly just like any other day the police and justice system serves as no deterrent, maybe this is something that should be addressed, like the review on motoring laws that was promised but instead we got cycling laws pushed through at speed instead that simply widens the discrimination compared to motorists in how people on bikes have the law applied to them, in fact different interpretation/unbalanced laws.