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General Discussion Area / Re: HS2 Euston
« on: Today at 00:05:32 »
There is a protest over HS2 . Something like 30 metres of tunnel with about 10 protestors with enough food for weeks. The tunnel constructor goes by the handle “ Digger Down” .

It is on Sky News among others.

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General Discussion Area / HS2 Euston
« on: Yesterday at 22:40:13 »
Is Digger Down The Boy?

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General Discussion Area / Re: Biden's first three days...
« on: 24 January 2021, 19:23:29 »
Add Iran and Nordstream. You forgot DRNK  nuclear subs too.

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General Discussion Area / Re: CV 19 vaccination
« on: 24 January 2021, 13:34:09 »
Lifted from another website......

All I hear is people say ‘remain positive’ the vaccine is here, a few more months and everything will be back to normal ... REALLY!!!?

So here’s a few questions to Governments we all should be asking if we get vaccinated.

1.- Can I stop wearing the mask? NO

2.- Can they reopen restaurants etc and everyone work normally? NO

3.- Will I be resistant to covid?
- Maybe, but we don't know exactly, it probably won't stop you getting it.

4.- At least I won't be contagious to others anymore? No, you can still pass it on, possibly, nobody knows.

5.- If we vaccinate all children, will school resume normally? NO

6.- If I am vaccinated, can I stop social distancing? NO

7.- If I am vaccinated, can I stop disinfecting my hands? NO

8.- If I vaccinate myself and my grandfather, can we hug each other?NO

9.- Will cinemas, theatres and stadiums be reopened thanks to vaccines? NO

10.- Will the vaccinated be able to gather? NO

11.- What is the real benefit of vaccination? The virus won't kill you.

12.- Are you sure it won't kill me? NO

13.- If statistically the virus didn't kill me anyway ... Why would I get vaccinated?" - To protect others.

14.- So if I get vaccinated, the others are 100% sure I'm not infecting them?NO

So the shot does not give immunity.
Does not eliminate the virus.
Does not prevent death.
Does not guarantee you won’t get it.
Does not prevent you from getting it.
Does not stop you passing it on
Does not eliminate the need for travel bans.
Does not eliminate the need for business closures.
Does not eliminate the need for lockdowns.
Does not eliminate the need for masking.
So, what the hell is it actually doing?

In the meantime ... 600,000 cancer referrals missed since March 2020. Heart disease kills 160,000 people a year in the UK alone, that’s 1 death every 3 minutes. Suicide is at a 20 year high, in the US it’s the highest since World War 2!!! 150,000,000 children globally pushed in to severe poverty due to lockdowns and 16,000 excess deaths linked to the lockdown.

Anyone who believes corrupt governments globally have our best interests at heart are being played on a massive scale but hey, if you feel safe getting an untested ‘long term effect’ vaccine then you go right ahead, that’s your choice.

On the flip side, those wishing to decline the vaccine and let their own immune system kick in with a 99.7%+ recovery rate against Covid then that should be their choice too.

Governments tactics of ‘Divide and Conquer’ are working a treat. They have mask wearers fighting against non mask wearers and those ‘pro vaccine’ fighting against those ‘pro choice’ all the while BIG PHARMA and politicians with vested interests get richer by the day whilst hard working businesses in Nerja,Spain whose livelihoods depend on tourism go under on a daily basis. Peoples anger should not be vented at each other but at governments globally for imposing these draconian measures.

A recent tweet on Twitter below sums it up perfectly

Covid is a true killer. So far it’s killed the flu, cancer, heart disease - it killed the ability to think, logic & common sense. It killed the economy, the working class, & millions of jobs. It killed millions of businesses, human connection, love and compassion."

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General Discussion Area / Re: CV 19 vaccination
« on: 23 January 2021, 08:50:03 »
The information being offered at the moment just makes me think that the virus is out to beat everything created to stem its spread, the scenes on the news last night at Heathrow were totally ridiculous cannot understand what some folk are thinking of, rant over stay safe oofers.

Airports are quite big places, surely it is in managements interests to have good press. So what was the manager of Heathrow doing to allow that?

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General Discussion Area / Whisky auction
« on: 22 January 2021, 12:45:27 »
A date for your diary. February 11th.

Lots of lots .Cheapest bottle likely to be a mere £100. Most expensive is a bottle that sold for £1.4 million and may make more this time.  Amazingly some of the £1million bottles do get opened and are drinkable if a bit oaky.  Imagine having a £30,000 single tot with your meal.!

Anyone going apart from Lord Opti of course?

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General Discussion Area / Re: Biden's speech...
« on: 21 January 2021, 22:44:28 »
Magic!

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General Discussion Area / Re: CV 19 vaccination
« on: 21 January 2021, 22:43:18 »
No just reporting what I thought the article said.

The groups were 80’s, 90’etc . I.e. 80’s to 89’s

Hope that clarifies I wasn’t  political sh1t stirring.

Here is the article in English .

https://english.elpais.com/society/2021-01-21/covid-19-vaccination-campaign-in-spain-will-focus-on-over-80s-in-second-phase.html

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General Discussion Area / Re: Biden's speech...
« on: 21 January 2021, 19:48:19 »
All academic. What matters now is tracking the Russian subs coming into the Atlantic.

Wait a minute while we have all been distracted with Trumpanalia Russia and  China have developed space weapons , viruses ( sound familiar?) and robot warriors 

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General Discussion Area / Re: CV 19 vaccination
« on: 21 January 2021, 18:08:48 »
Just been looking at the rollout in Spain which is running behind the UK.

The first tranche were health workers and care homes ( plus politicians, wives and mistresses that jumped the queue.

Next is the 80’s then the over 70’s in March then key workers.  No date for the over 90’s astonishingly ( 500,000 apparently) and worryingly the 60’s. Maybe the logic is the over 90’s will be shielding......


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General Discussion Area / Re: Biden's speech...
« on: 21 January 2021, 17:40:37 »
Rejoining the Paris Climate Accord was in the first three he signed yesterday. Stupid, stupid, stupid... although he did say he would.

I think he is also bringing back the toxic cult known as  CRT. This should indoctrinate young impressionable minds nicely. How the old boy hopes to bring people together with dangerous crap like this is beyond me. :-\
Ben Shapiro made a good point yesterday about how 'unity' could mean all sorts of things, mostly positive, however, the interpretation Biden seems to refer to is the 'You will be unified by what I tell you, because it will affect all of you. In unity' one.

He has also royally pissed off the Canadians and thousands of recently unemployed US workers by killing the Keystone pipeline stone dead.

https://youtu.be/0xwCKnE10Vg

Read quite a good article about Keystone pipeline and Biden stopping it when he got in to office. It is quite a big deal. As you say, the Canadians aren’t impressed.

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General Discussion Area / Re: CV 19 vaccination
« on: 21 January 2021, 17:33:08 »
Everyone I know over 80 round here has had at least their first jab and most their second.  :y

Thanks for that, this is what I keep hearing on the news.  :y

My mother is almost 91 living alone and shielding, we hadn't heard anything so contacted her surgery today and have an appointment for this Saturday 1-30 pm

Was that as a result of you ringing or would it have been Saturday anyway? Bit worrying a 91 year old wasnt already vaccinated. Mind you my 95 year old dad was only last Saturday and that was only after our intervention. Maybe they were waiting till they could give your mother an Astra Zeneca more local than say a Pfizer one given her age.

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General Discussion Area / Putin’s Palace
« on: 20 January 2021, 20:59:40 »
Pretty impressive.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-55732296

Available from other media outlets too.

Hats off to Navalny. Cojones of steel. I wonder what else his entourage will expose.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Biden's speech...
« on: 20 January 2021, 20:25:46 »
Meanwhile China has sanctioned Donald Trump, Mike Pompeo and 26 other associates and members of the Trump administration!  ;D
That's a polite response to the accusation of genocide a couple of days ago  ;)

Credit where it's due, Trump resisted the urge to raise merry hell on the way out of the door.

I reckon he will be quite relieved to not have to deal with the media nonsense for a spell.

Credit where credit is due, Trump did not behave like a spoilt brat schoolboy and was honourable in defeat and handed over power in a civilised manner befitting the role of president outgoing. Oh wait a minute he didnt. Some veiled threat to frighten the bejabbers out of the Western world “ I ,ll be back “ or similar. Pathetic. 

And I am not a fan of Trump or Biden. The first had his chance and didnt impress and second has his chance. Lest we not forget the role comes with a lot of influence over despots who directly or indirectly affect us . Russia, Iran, Northkorea, China and so on. 

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General Discussion Area / Re: Sounder film problem
« on: 17 January 2021, 21:03:27 »
After a day of reflection and the collective advice of the sagest minds on the planet we have decided to re position the trail cams to see if we can catch him again including his head.

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