Despite the pandemic dominating the television news programs, throughout the four countries that make up the United Kingdom.
Despite every newspaper carrying the painful story of the deaths, caused by the pandemic, on their front pages.
Despite pleas from Boris Johnson and his team of ministers, medical and scientific experts.
These absolute morons and many others like them around the UK, continue to defy the rules and regulations put in place to try and control the pandemic.
Plainly, the threat of fines doesn’t deter them from putting their pleasure ahead of the nations health.
Boris gets a lot of flak regarding the governments actions over the last, nearly, 12 months. Charges of acting too slowly, too late, not enforcing the tiers or lockdown strictly enough.
But it doesn’t matter what the government does while these fucktards are out there.
Here’s a thought. Perhaps the police should have put padlocks on the outside of the rave site. The organisers had already padlocked the doors from the inside. This was an opportunity to quarantine all the attendees. They could have been locked inside for 14 days. Making this a combined quarantine and jail sentence. Then they could be let out, one at a time, each being given a temperature test before being allowed to go home.
Not so much, from the conservatory, more from within.
My wife stuck these butterflies, perhaps a dozen or so, on our bi-fold doors. Shortly after our conservatory rebuild was completed. The butterflies comprise two pairs of wings. One set sticks flush to the glass and has a reflective backing which catches the sun and is further reflected on the inside of the double glazing. The other set of wings stand proud, giving some depth to each individual butterfly.
Their purpose was to help prevent our grandchildren from running into the large clear glass panels. The butterflies seemed to have carried out their accident prevention role, perfectly.
However, there has been a war of attrition, as child after child has discovered the butterflies and ripped off their upper wings.
The photo shows the last intact example, flying proudly, just out of reach….. for the time being.