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    The schedule has got a bit busy. We have to clap for carers on a thursday. Musicians are being encouraged to play at the same time.

    I saw someone wanting us to "clap for children" on Sunday evenings. And for Boris now.
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    The more clapping the better. It saves lives. Works the same as Facebook likes. It's exactly how Jesus* decides who lives or dies.

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    I'm surprised but relieved the glad hands brigade hasn't waded in to this one. Doesn't seem quite so effective and fun if we just lean out of our windows wave our hands in silence.
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    I thought clapping only saved fairies ?

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    I'm taking as read few on this forum are used to receiving applause or plaudits.

    Morale cannot be underestimated in how the country gets through a crisis. People feeling they are helping, and front-line people feeling they are appreciated, are pretty valuable commodities when everyone is getting properly bored and tetchy.

    Just like the War Drive...
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveB View Post
    And David Icke (I had wondered what happened to him).

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    They just played a bit of that on the 18:00 o'clock news.

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    Clap for carers? Sorry but this more like an excuse for a street party.

    Brexit is having a wee in the middle of the room at a house party because nobody is talking to you, and then complaining about the smell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d000hg View Post
    I'm taking as read few on this forum are used to receiving applause or plaudits.

    Morale cannot be underestimated in how the country gets through a crisis. People feeling they are helping, and front-line people feeling they are appreciated, are pretty valuable commodities when everyone is getting properly bored and tetchy.

    Just like the War Drive...
    So you're saying that morale has no importance at all.
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    It's bringing communities together while distancing.

    Last night, the local "orchestra" had members from one end of the village play "Somewhere over the rainbow", the other end replied a couple of minutes later with "We'll meet again".
    All done on saxophones & trumpets.

    It was uplifting.

    It was also nice that the HCPs in the village also got a bit of extra thanks when they stepped out onto the street.
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