Melbourne hairdressers fight back against restrictions

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  • Wed, Dec 01, 2021 - 10:00pm

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    Granite

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    Melbourne hairdressers fight back against restrictions

If you’re unvaccinated in Melbourne you can’t go inside a pub, cafe or restaurant or go into a shop that isn’t “essential” including hairdressers, but hairdressers are fighting back by offering free haircuts to unvaccinated people outside parliament house.

  • Thu, Dec 02, 2021 - 01:18am

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I might have to go down and get one. But we may have hope yet, if the state of emergancy doesn’t get extended it all goes away, and we can hunt for the truth!

  • Thu, Dec 02, 2021 - 02:17am

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Matt Wong (Discernable) has been getting very worried about this haircut situation. To give you some idea of how bad things were in Europe even well before covid, this guy in the house I was living in got an underground haircut by someone who wasn’t licenced to.

From what someone else was saying, I gather clothes are now optional in Queensland for the unvaxxed.

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  • Thu, Dec 02, 2021 - 04:02am   (Reply to #3)

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Yes, no clothes, underwear, shoes, haircuts, watches, nail salons, facials etc. We are a weird mob and will certainly look like it. I have lost my volunteer job, which was my only social outing and contact with other humans.  It is a very sad state of affairs in QLD. I am up here looking after my elderly mother, keeping her out of a nursing home. I can go back to N.S.W. to my own home, but cannot come back across the state border. I am locked out of my own home to look after her. No end in site, not great at 68 years old, she is 87, and doing quite well. SO, I will be here for quite a while. Have no idea of what I will face when I can go home, if at all.

 

  • Thu, Dec 02, 2021 - 07:33am

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Well.  I can report that you are still able to vote in NSW.  Managed to vote in the local government elections today.  I was wondering whether it was going to be an ordeal to do so.

Weren’t they trying to vax volunteer fire fighters in WA.  The point?

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  • Thu, Dec 02, 2021 - 10:23am

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I love it. **This** is what TPTB’s algorithms and AI and wargames and other sh*t can never ultimately conquer — the human spirit. Good on you, Aussies, send some spare backbone up to Canada please!

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