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Q: About psychological effect of virus in our family

Anybody has notice that due to this virus or the lock down if you try to do any thing or ask any thing to family members they are  irritated and angry quickely and really pissed off due to present situation 

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Makes you wonder why there is so much violence in prisons?

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Makes you wonder why there is so much violence in prisons?

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Yeah I'm facing this with my 4 year old son, he's bored and wants to go out.

 

My wife has lost her temper trying to teach him some useful stuff but of course not listening.

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Same in here

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Talk about psychological distress.....

 

World News

Chinese man sentenced to death for virus checkpoint killing

 

On Sunday a court handed down a death sentence to a 23-year-old man after he stabbed two officials at one local village checkpoint.

 

The incident happened on February 6 when Ma Jianguo was driving a minivan through a checkpoint at Luo Meng village in Honghe, southwestern Yunnan province, where he was stopped.

 

After Ma refused to cooperate with officials, his passenger began trying to remove the roadblock, the court said, and the local official started filming Ma and the other man on his mobile phone.

 

A furious Ma stabbed the official -- a local poverty alleviation cadre -- in the chest and abdomen with a knife he carried with him and then attacked another official who came to the victim's aid.

 

The two men died from their wounds.

 

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I'd say,  lot of sex is required/performed ... since you are unable to exit your 'big' house ... similar as cats ... at rain .. .  

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