I think we’re rather past it now too:
The Treasury has been accused of taking an irresponsible approach to the coronavirus epidemic after a backlash to a post on its official Twitter account that hailed Saturday’s scheduled reopening of England’s pubs.
“Grab a drink and raise a glass, pubs are reopening their doors from 4 July,” the tweet read, while a graphic carried the message: “Pubs are back”.
Many of those condemning the post, which was soon deleted, accused its celebratory tone of being in poor taste given that the virus has killed at least 43,000 people in the UK.
Sod off might not be enough. Can we shoot them?
There are, roughly, 550k deaths a year in the UK. We often enough gather in small groups in pubs to remember one or more of them.
Yes, shoot ’em