For a better laugh, go to the link above and read the many interesting and imaginative suggestions offered to the Scotsman’s Norfolk-born and Southern-educated Connor Matchett, as he punts the notion that saying ‘we expect to have given second doses to all 40-49 year-olds‘ is the same as a target to do so. Is any politician in the other parts of the UK being blamed for the same level of performance in not being able to force the ill-informed, lazy or perhaps really busy, to attend even though they’ve had a bright blue envelope through their doors? No. Of course they haven’t. Do Connor’s family, back down there, think Boris should be blamed?
Anyhow, Connor is well-known to us at TuS as a high-performing eejit unconstrained by his Anglicised viewpoints and ignorance. Like a younger version of a retired Colonel living moodily in North Berwick, he writes tripe and the Scotsman publishes it for click-bait and to get other eejits like me worked up.
Some of Connor’s best work:
Before Matchett, the Scotsman seemed to have another Southern Connor who seems to have now disappeared. He was even more fun. Is is just a name change?
What no jokes about Norfolk folk having only 4 fingers and being too close to their sheep? Baaah! Not me.