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Norman Emerges From 18-Month Lockdown

SEN’s test target and video surveillance expert Norman has emerged from 18 months of lockdown saying the extra thinking time has only made him more irritated.

“For the first few months of lockdown – post-SecTech 2019 – not having to see people face-to-face felt like a relief,” Norman said, flicking his hair out of his eyes. “But while sitting in a demo room hearing about some app that’s supposedly the ‘latest revolution’ in CCTV technology can be painful, it’s better than being locked in a bloody suitcase.

“I’d even give up being able to park right out front of the office and tolerate the extra traffic noise if it meant I could take the dog around the block at midnight without worrying every curtain twitcher in the neighbourhood was going to report me for forgetting my mask.”

Norman said lockdown had begun to eat away at him and he hated the thought of being imprisoned in his Stalinist LGA, even though he had no plans to go anywhere because most his favourite cafes and restaurants had permanently closed down, and there were no decent corners within 5km he could ride around on his motorbike.

“I’m annoyed with politicians, I’m annoyed with protesters, I’m annoyed with posers who live 5km from the beach and with whingers who complain about them, but most of all I’m annoyed with my bloody stupid hair,” Norman said.

At press time Norman was in a queue of 600 trying to book a trim at Maxwell & Charlie.

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