On the 'lockdown hysteria'

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On the 'lockdown hysteria'

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Very interesting points made, life is more than biological survival. If I were younger and healthier I would not accept any of this lockdown anymore than I would accept not using the highway because it can be dangerous.
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gamekeeper wrote:
Wed Aug 26, 2020 2:19 pm
Very interesting points made, life is more than biological survival. If I were younger and healthier I would not accept any of this lockdown anymore than I would accept not using the highway because it can be dangerous.
Great analogy. We all generally 'accept' the risks of driving, in exchange for the convenience, yet we are told we must not accept the MUCH lesser risks of firearms ownership, in exchange for the ability to keep our nation intact, and our streets safe.
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