Is it even possible that you people can think laterally, instead of one-dimensional?so lets assume 2% don't. With cases in the 20 to 30k, 2% of that is lot of dead people.
I agree with this Seth. It is definitely your deeds that can define you as a hero, or a coward. BUT NOT YOUR JOB!Then only shining examples of human perfection may be called "heroes"?
I know a now-retired police officer who arrived at a house fire before the Fire Dept. He was told that there was a woman inside the house. He entered, crawling under the thick smoke, found her, and dragged her out, saving her life. When the Fire Department got there, the house was fully involved, and saving her would have been impossible.
He didn't have to do that.
I also remember his faults. He wasn't perfect. Nobody is.
Of course, we may all have our own opinions on this.I agree with this Seth. It is definitely your deeds that can define you as a hero, or a coward. BUT NOT YOUR JOB!
On this we agree.I see “heroes” as anyone who does some unexpected spontaneous act of courage to save or protect others.
And how would you determine which professions, vocations, or jobs are heroic? And which aren't? Are all parents raising children, also heroes? No, unless you are using heroes in only an editorial sense, I disagree with you. Heroes don't just do their jobs, they go beyond their jobs.But I disagree with you. I also think there are daily heroes in certain professions.
And that’s fine. It’s very subjective.On this we agree.
And how would you determine which professions, vocations, or jobs are heroic? And which aren't? Are all parents raising children, also heroes? No, unless you are using heroes in only an editorial sense, I disagree with you. Heroes don't just do their jobs, they go beyond their jobs.
There are 3 types of heroes. Willing, unwilling, and tragic. Here are some examples of true heroes.
But you could be 100% right. But this is my opinion for what it's worth.
No! I live in the real world. Unlike you, I am a realist, not some idealist credulous follower. People like you will always follow the current bandwagon belief without question. This gives you security, importance, and acceptance. But what you do or believe is YOUR business, not mine. I do not need that kind of security or acceptance. I only need the truth, based only on the facts. The benefits vs the risks. And the necessity vs the fortuity(chance).Shell you must be in some ivory tower.
Exactly what do they do in those 10hrs of paid work? MONITOR, LOG, DISPENSE, and REPORT! For 10 fucking hours. I don't care what you want to believe. But my beliefs are based on experience, not your silly romanticism and hero worshiping. There are only selfless ACTS OF HEROISMS, not heroes. People can only behave according to their genetic make-up. Especially, in this manufactured crisis. Again, just more fear mongering, and parroted half-truths. Let's just look into what you(and the government) conveniently leave out.A litany of staff are having to isolate, after 2 years of 10 hour days in sweaty PPE as there are not enough staff. Con Dom said let it rip and here are the consequences. 36 more deaths yesterday in NSW alone and all you give a fuck about is waiting times, your dishes washed and your fucking coke supply chain
Let me try again! They are in the process of making a full recovery!0.1% of a big number is a lot of people not making full recovery.
Craig Kelly was banned from Facebook because he was accused of providing misleading information to the public, about the SARS-CoV-2 viral epidemic in Australia. But of course, it will always be those insecure people WITHOUT even a basic level of scientific understanding, that will censor anyone with a well-supported differing opinion. But what exactly did he say to mislead the public? If you even care!Perhaps you will have an easier time on facebook with George Christianson, Craig Kelly to get your point across. More people who don't do science and you would get more Likes. You could even get a funded trip by them to give a talk up north in Qld.