"Get with the program" is an American expression, you sad pillock. I never use a spell-checker - they're for illiterates and half-wits such as the one you see in your mirror every morning. As with threats, I rarely indulge in bandying words, especially with a patent nincompoop and nonentity. When you grow up intellectually, do let me know....
VG - why would I "attack" patent nonsense? I think you're getting delusions of adequacy; sadly, that's not really treatable.
The population of street dogs is greatly reduced here. I haven't seen any packs of the for quite a while now - unless you count the lethargic band lazing in the comparative warmth and hoping for scraps outside a certain flat-pack furniture retailer on the Ring Road. There are plenty of "fixed" and tagged street dogs but they are pretty docile now; it's maybe best not to enquire too closely into the fate of the missing ones.
Barra - you are clearly barking-mad; I certainly hope that I never find myself having to agree with you if/when you finally get around to having a lucid thought.
VG - that's not "hate", you unmitigated oik; please get with the program....
Good - don't forget to close the door when you leave! But do feel free to come back when you have something sensible to say.........however long that may take.
I'm not 100% sure what you're trying to say, Jerry - but I "think" I agree with you. Clearly these think-tank "gurus" have never been to Sofia - or the other cities the so blithely label - so just file their opinions under April Fool Joke and feel sorry for whoever paid for this nonsense.
Clearly I am unable to communicate in a way that appeals to your delicate sensitivities - but I can't imagine why you should imagine that that is of the slightest concern to me.
There is nothing in the Hippocratic Oath that prevents doctors from going on strike (or going on holiday or sleeping or specialising in ailments of the rich or....); in any event, breaching that oath is not a crime, except perhaps in La-La Land.
I certainly recognise that you have an opinion, and that you are perfectly entitled to hold that opinion - in the same way that I am entitled to my opinion that you are something of an i.d.i.o.t. My comment wasn't a threat - veiled or otherwise; why would I bother to "threaten" some faceless m.o.r.o.n on an internet site, even if he/she is clearly a sandwich or two short of a picnic?
No insult - just a simple question. Doctors are people and should have the right to withdraw their labour if they think it justified - just like almost anyone else. What strange definition of "responsible" do you have if people can't go on strike when they, as responsible people, feel that they have no other option - and why should they care about some whining comment?
What answer to your "point" do you expect? You don't agree with their action, others don't agree with you - I think you've had your answer; if you'd don't like it, then I guess that we must be "responsible" for your acute inability to grasp a simple point. I certainly haven't "insulted" you - believe me, you'd know it if I had!
"Tina Murphy" what are you wittering on about - and why are you posting spam and pretending to have a name that indicates some proficiency in English?
Barra1 - can you read? Emergency cover will be provided wherever strike action is taken - and merely being elderly isn't an acute problem, so their action won't "effect" any patients with critical needs.
In any case, what makes you think that doctors somehow shouldn't have the right to withdraw their labour when they deem it necessary - it's not their fault that someone is old or ill, is it? If they maintain emergency cover then stop whining and let them protest!
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