Come July 19 it will mean gloomy professors will no longer be invited on the BBC to say we are going all to be dead by Tuesday. Thank God for that.
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One of the delights of Freedom Day is that I won’t be forced to listen to the views of “expert” professors on our media anymore.
Previously nobody had ever heard of these academics but along came Covid and the airwaves were full of their pessimistic views on life.
Now we are only two weeks away from dumping the mask, heading abroad for a holiday and saying goodbye to a QR code before enjoying a glass of Malbec.
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How many professors are there in Sage and all these other talking shops?
Whenever some clapped out BBC producer wanted to fill three minutes of airtime they would call up some professor probably from the gloomy Highlands who would then say we were all going to be dead by Tuesday.
July 19 signals the end of all this gloom. The sunlit uplands are in sight. Let’s see if we can find a professor with joy in their soul.
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