So the Gates Foundation enabled those impossible areas to get civilian medical aid then?Had it not been for the fact, that these were impossible areas to get civilian medical aid into, on account of being war zones, it would have been eradicated from those as well, at the same time as India.
I’ll swap you 2 tins of pork luncheon meat, a packet of Angel Delight and an octagonal cardboard box of Turkish Delight chunks for you to have a week off posting on here.Christmas swappage starts soon, but taking a break from it for a while, hard work and stressful mun...
airport bars are streile and overpriced and usually in the middle of nowhere so these loons are a bit mad to pay the extra for flights and food to drink there. Admire the ingenuity thoughGardai lack power to clip wings of airport drinkers - https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/gardai-lack-power-to-clip-wings-of-airport-drinkers-v7pws2zdg
Gardai say they have no powers to stop people buying cheap one-way flights in order to drink in the departure lounges of airports, which have remained open while every other pub in the country is shut.
One group of tipplers from south Dublin boasted on Facebook last week they had bought €9.99 flights out of Ireland, purely in order to drink pints at the airside bar for several hours. They then left the terminal building — on foot.
This is not in breach of public health guidelines, according to gardai, who say that as long as people have a valid boarding pass and buy a €9 meal, they can buy alcohol at airport bars even if they never board a flight.
Under level five restrictions, airport bars are deemed an essential service and three of Ireland’s 10 airports are still serving alcohol to passengers. Dublin airport has three bars open and Shannon airport has two, while Donegal has one.