Understandable. Ideally, people would post with at least two quotes if possible - but even better if replies were more than a single word reply/short sentence. We really want contributions...
Does that extend to posts that keep carping about official advice and recommendations? Some questioning of the reasons for things is sensible and acceptable, but there comes a point where you just say "enough!" Here is a recent example:
So the officials are OK with you leaving your house if others in your bubble are sick, so long as you are not currently sick. Have they not heard of asymptomatic spread? So much for "don't be stupid" if their own advice is stupid.
The experts do make mistakes and get things wrong. They are human. So are those responsible for policy decisions. But these people are under a lot of pressure, trying to make life-or-death decisions as quickly as possible, moving mountains to save lives, working day and night, genuinely going the extra mile and striving to do their very best. They are not idiots. They have thought of the obvious things and based their advice on the best information available to them. They know things we don't. They have to take into consideration a wide range of factors ordinary people may not know about or understand. I am sure they have heard of 'asymptomatic spread' and I am sure they are not providing 'stupid advice'. Give them a break. Give them some credit for the very hard job they are doing trying to hold this country together in a time of unparalleled challenge.