Posted originally on the conservative tree house on May 21, 2022 | Sundance
Filling in for Neil Oliver this week, GB News host Bev Turner delivers a monologue taking a look at the COVID changes that have seemingly become a permanent change.
From remote working to interactions with electronic apps and digital screens instead of people, Turner gives examples of things that changed in the COVID era that never went back to the normal position after the COVID mitigation was ended.
From self-checkout to restaurants using menu apps for the customers to do all the ordering themselves, to plexiglass cubicles, the human connection has been frayed. Mrs. Turner makes some good points that are well worth considering. Will the free market bring back these lost connections, or are they gone forever? WATCH:
Whenever anyone tries to get me to use a self-checkout, I politely say no thank you and remind the lanyard wearing robot “I have done my part; the rest is up to you if you want to keep my business.” I have never experienced a restaurant where I had to order everything myself; from my perspective that would be akin to sitting in front of a vending machine, and I simply wouldn’t go there. But that’s me.
How do you feel about some of these COVID changes described?