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28/05/2020 09:28
rahrahrah
Lockdown is done. The government has lost all moral authority. People will hopefully use good judgement but beyond that? I think people will do what they think reasonable (as instructed by the Cabinet
Forum: The Lounge
28/05/2020 09:26
rahrahrah
I think the PM and his cabinet have behaved appallingly, but the 'boo for boris' idea is not helpful in my opinion.
Forum: The Lounge
28/05/2020 08:53
rahrahrah
Have there been any temporary road closures, pavement extensions or bike lanes put in anywhere in Dulwich to create space for social distancing? People are starting to return to work, the roads are ge
Forum: East Dulwich COVID-19 Area
28/05/2020 07:32
rahrahrah
We really need to follow the example of other cities around the world and urgently reallocate road space to people-focused public space. Itís impossible to pass down Lordship Lane and maintain social
Forum: East Dulwich COVID-19 Area
22/05/2020 10:21
rahrahrah
He is demonstrably untrustworthy. At a time of national emergency, you need people to have trust and confidence in the government and the advice it is giving, if they are going to effectively manage t
Forum: The Lounge
22/05/2020 10:18
rahrahrah
The reality is that this will be short lived. The PM has given out extremely mixed messages and trusted 'British common sense' (a very bad idea indeed). We'll be back in lockdown in just a few weeks t
Forum: The Lounge
20/05/2020 09:33
rahrahrah
Southwark need to accelerate pavement widening, road closures and temporary, segregated bike lanes. It's happened in cities all over the world and although it is finally starting in London, the pace i
Forum: The Lounge
19/05/2020 11:51
rahrahrah
Yup, I've seen some outrageous driving, including not one, but two cars going straight through a zebra crossing that i was waiting at with my kids. They didn't even slow down.
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
15/05/2020 08:38
rahrahrah
The salts will go and the bricks will look fine.
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
13/05/2020 11:13
rahrahrah
Pics would be good
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
13/05/2020 08:01
rahrahrah
Trump is clearly corrupt, temperamental and incompetent. Anyone who watches his incoherent rants and childish tweets and still thinks Ďthatís my guyí, is beyond help.
Forum: The Lounge
28/04/2020 10:06
rahrahrah
There have been several fake news stories about people ignoring social distancing in the right wing papers of late. A photo in the Express of a packed Brighton Beach (actually taken last summer) and s
Forum: The Lounge
28/04/2020 09:17
rahrahrah
The pavements don't allow for people to walk down the street maintaining a safe 2 metre distance from one another. Most cities have extended pavements and also introduced temporary bike lanes to help
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
28/04/2020 08:51
rahrahrah
Another recommendation for Billy Hunter. He diagnosed and fixed our faulty boiler with no fuss. Friendly, efficient and good quality work. Highly recommended.
Forum: ED businesses, restaurants & trades
27/04/2020 12:47
rahrahrah
@James - are there any plans for temporary extension to pavements, or pop up bike lanes, so that people can get around whilst socially distancing, without having to walk in the road? Yes, there are fe
Forum: East Dulwich COVID-19 Area
24/04/2020 15:02
rahrahrah
They say 'MeatLiqor bar in west London' and then show pictures of ED. They also describe 'HUGE queues' accompanied with a picture of about 6 - 7 people. All this is 'evidence that the lockdown is brea
Forum: The Lounge
17/04/2020 08:16
rahrahrah
James, it is not possible to socially distance whilst sticking to the pavements. They are not wide enough. Traffic is down, but speeds are up. Will the council follow the example of many towns and cit
Forum: East Dulwich COVID-19 Area
09/04/2020 08:02
rahrahrah
I really feel for you, it sounds really stressful. I would consider speaking to the landlord. Difficult situation though, I hope you manage to get it sorted
Forum: East Dulwich COVID-19 Area
08/04/2020 11:12
rahrahrah
Pedestrianise some streets to create more space for walking, running and cycling during the crisis. Lots of other cities have done this. Would also cut down on hospital admissions as a result of road
Forum: The Lounge
08/04/2020 11:05
rahrahrah
There are whole streets like this in ED (see attached image).. two paving stones of usable pavement and even that can of course be driven over by cars and vans. In a city where less than half the popu
Forum: East Dulwich COVID-19 Area
06/04/2020 14:16
rahrahrah
Please, if youíre jogging, donít brush past people. If you have to slow / break your flow to go round, just do it. I swear to God there are people who wonít even slightly alter their chosen path even
Forum: East Dulwich COVID-19 Area
03/04/2020 13:26
rahrahrah
LJC56 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Having just been out on the bike shopping, just > saying, do take care. The empty roads seem to have > encouraged some driver
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
03/04/2020 13:24
rahrahrah
Penguin68 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > As a previous poster mentioned, it would be > helpful if walkers/those on the pavement also made > an effort to move also
Forum: The Lounge
01/04/2020 12:32
rahrahrah
I don't think eggs are the new toilet paper. They're the wrong shape and not very absorbent. But maybe I'll give them a try.
Forum: East Dulwich COVID-19 Area
01/04/2020 12:30
rahrahrah
Happy April Fools day!
Forum: The Lounge
24/03/2020 13:26
rahrahrah
I suspect that everyone is buying a little more (as we're stuck at home, we're all probably eating more at home too) and that this is mixed with a significant minority who are properly panic buying /
Forum: The Lounge
24/03/2020 09:54
rahrahrah
spider69 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > My daughter's partner went to Tesco , Surrey Quays > this morning, queues round the block. Does it > never stop. Left an
Forum: The Lounge
23/03/2020 15:57
rahrahrah
seenbeen Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Profiteering is illegal in the UK > https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/coronavirus-pro > fiteers-face-prosecution-watchdog
Forum: The Lounge
23/03/2020 15:57
rahrahrah
Yeah, exercise equipment out of stock everywhere and prices going through the roof. Generally Amazon's algorithms are designed to profiteer in a crisis I notice. Surprised they're not getting more he
Forum: The Lounge
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