Frontline Crew

Frontline Crew

    | Mar 31, 2020
bonefide   Man 56yrs
A big shout out to all the frontline crew, they are vast and many.
Take a movement to thank them and post a well done. Takes no time at all and the bonus is it cost nothing to show your appreciation.
Write a thanks to those that are carrying the touch of the true Aussie spirit, as they are on the frontline keeping us safe and functioning.

Fairdinkum team i cant thank you enough for the effort u and your families are giving to this nation.

STAND TALL WALK PROUD.
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teamaj2   Couple Man 38yrs Woman 58yrs

Bonefide
Couldn’t agree more . All those in medical field ( vast and too many to mention ) , pharmacists , supermarket employees, volunteers helping elderly and those isolated etc . They are all doing an amazing job in trying to keep this wonderful country going and a safe place to be .
We received a message from a guy a few days ago . My response was thank you but no thanks in these uncertain times. His response most polite , suggesting only a chat . My feelings are- there are many in the frontline busy with doing more than their bit . Others , are at home . Many will be suffering isolation , fear and loneliness. Maybe it’s time for us all to get a know a few sexy RHP members via chat ( that’s definitely safe !) and show some compassion.
Let’s all be grateful for what we do have !
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Libertine001   Man 41yrs

There's been a lot of negativity around this whole thing and a post like this is a welcome sight..
Thanks to all those that have to go to works and deal with this disaster and keeping us all safe..you peeps are legends and can't be commended enough..👏👏

And thank you Bonefide for this post

Libertine
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Phoenix_Rising   Woman 38yrs

That’s nice & all but we’re not actually doing anything different, except washing our hands more, so personally I find the sudden gratitude a bit insulting. We’ve always been “on the front line” and nobody thought to thank us before, so now there definitely the air of “oh NOW you appreciate us? Well screw you!”.
Most of us are not heroes, we’re just people continuing to do what we did before but in a more stressful environment. We’re no more heroes than those who do their bit by staying home really.

Since we’re here though, let’s give a shoutout to the fuel industry, it’s been largely overlooked but ain’t no-one gettin’ nowhere without fuel!

I hope everybody’s holding up ok, whether you’re doing your bit by staying home or heading out to work today xx

Ms Phoenix.
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bonefide   Man 56yrs

Let’s all be grateful for what we do have.

For starters we have positive response from both
1. Teamaj2 and
2. Libertine001.
👋👌👋👌👋👌👋
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MsJonesy   Woman 53yrs

A big shout out

To the teachers, trainers and uni staff who are scrambling to get in place resources to support the continuation of learning as remote set up. Such a complex task to complete in short time frames.
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Sawadee   Man 57yrs

Big thank you..

... and good luck to all the medical teams , pharmacists , volunteer helpers , and carers , who are trying thier best to keep this dreaded virus at bay.

We ' the general public need to play our part by following the advice the government's provide, and stay off the streets to protect the elderly...
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Sawadee   Man 57yrs

Not forgetting..

.. those working in the shops who are the front line serving ppl day in day out. The risk of contacting something is high , and what they may carry home to thier familys.. So be thoughtful when you go to pay for your goods and stand your distance.. Big thank you to these people..
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Libertine001   Man 41yrs

Ms phoenix,
I tend to disagree as the people that are on the frontline are doing a lot more than their normal jobs at a great risk of contracting it...Having to go to work with this risk is something we all should commend whether it be the doctors or nurses to even the supermarket staff that keep the country going with supplies.
In my opinion they are doing the same thing as a soldier going to war which is something everyone should respect and do their bit to help.
So stay the fuck at HOME!!!!

Libertine
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FatFunFiesty  

Woman 40yrs

As a health professional, I agree with Phoenix 100%. I'm giving my shout out to the Mining Community. Helping our dwindling economy. They are having to still travel away every week/fortnight for work,live in camps that are getting like detention centres with all the restrictions.

#Staythefuckathome
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Phoenix_Rising   Woman 38yrs

Libertine, who are you telling to stay the fuck home? Hopefully not me given I’m one of the heroes that’s so greatly needed at work, out here risking my life for you and all 🙄

Ms Phoenix.
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FatFunFiesty  

Woman 40yrs

Phoenix..... StayTheFuckAtHome is just a catchphrase doing the rounds..... wasn't aimed at you 👍
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PeachyPearL   Woman 56yrs

Stay the fuck home!

Thanks to each and everyone who is helping keeping the world turning right now so we have something to return to at some point in the future.

That includes the people staying home, unless they have to go out, and not acting like it's everyday.

Peachy
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Fantus   Woman 42yrs

Il personally take the thanks with all the meaning it has. I don't feel insulted or unappreciated for not receiving it on a daily basis. I'm on the front line as an emergency department worker, never before while doing my job have I had to stay away from friends and family thinking I may be the cause of them becoming sick, never before have I had colleagues sleeping in their cars because they are scared of infecting their children, husband's, wives, or parents. Bathing in peroxide sutions for fear of being the one who makes a loved one sick. This is a whole new ball game and I usually take the daily stress and abuse I receive in my job with a sniff and it rolls of my back like water off a duck. Everyone deserves a shout out for their efforts, all workers, all the public who stay home and do their part, but I will certainly acknowledge my co workers and the extra work this brings to them. Xxx
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Mask_007   Man 44yrs

Hi all, and is nice to see how time alone is playing up!

Bonefide. I have to say is a very nice and kind gesture putting out there your gratitude, and I'm sure people directly involved would appreciate in way or the other.

My Phoenix, I'm a member of emergency response unit as a volunteer, what would make matter's simular to your position. And all so i do understand your frustration. We are not remembered and appreciated enough, but over looked in moments of crisis. What can be extremely frustrating. Now as someone how really cares,i hope you are doing okay. Please let me know if you need ro vent and i can help.

At the end of the day, when i dis sing up to be a direct response, i did not for the money or for the glory. I'm not a heroe, just a normal guy doing my bit to help it out. Like we all can do staying at home!!!!!

Thank you again.
Mask
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bicuriousteachme   Woman 39yrs

I for one want to say thank you to everyone, everyone is trying to do their bit, times like these we have to have compassion and care for eachother, even if it means catch ups are in digital devices.
Hope everyone is staying safe ❤
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countrytouch82   Man 37yrs

As a truck driver I cannot do my job while staying the fuck home :) I've been asked to work over some of Easter, not that a long weekend matters much now, when you're not allowed to do anything or go anywhere much otherwise. So I may as well work, if of course you still have a job, which I am thankful for, many are not in this position. I've always been thankful for the frontline workers as described.
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SuperFoxxxy  

Woman 48yrs

bonefide

Thank you


Ms Foxy

PS I'm also shift working doing12hr+ shifts, and also have my 72yr old mum (extremely high risk), in self isolation living with me.
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SuperFoxxxy  

Woman 48yrs

Fantus

I agree!
It is a whole new ball game and is a change of working/living arrangements. What many do not realise is what front line workers are doing behind the scenes to protect their loved ones in their homes. Yes, I believe you when you state some are sleeping in their cars and some are even setting up sleeping spaces in their garages. I have coworkers who are doing this, I'm seriously thinking of doing it too.
And Thank you.
Ms Foxy xx
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usebi

Big thanks

To the pollies of all parties and persuasions state and federal who listened to the experts and took firm action rather than bickering and ducking.

If they treated climate change the same we would be forever grateful.
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usebi

And

A shout out to my local Bunnings for the slick organising to keep everyone Happy And Safe.

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