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Messages - Lizzie Zoom

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General Discussion Area / Re: Racism
« on: Today at 08:34:09 »
Just makes me think.. what the hell are these people celebrating? They are not normal we the majority are, but we donít hold celebrations because we are. Just cluck off and leave us alone or keep it to their clucking  selves. FFS.

Please define "normal" when describing a human being and their psychology, sexual desires and practices and how they live, interacting with other humans ::) ::) ;D ;D ;)

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General Discussion Area / Re: Racism
« on: Yesterday at 19:56:31 »
I'm off to watch Dragon's Den followed by Peaky Blinders so you lot can all f*uck off for a couple of hours. :)

Yes, I understand he is going to lead the Union of Fascists ::) ::) ;)

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General Discussion Area / Re: Racism
« on: Yesterday at 19:52:32 »
I guess some of the guys on here might bat for the other side. Like I said, perfectly normal. I'll bet they don't march through the streets waving pink banners 'demanding' to be treated the same as everyone else.
The buffoons who do that don't seem to realise that, by their very actions, they are marking themselves as different.
Ironic isn't it...  :D
It usually doesn't work out too well. I think CND were one of the first to take to the streets. That doesn't seem to have had much effect. Then the poll tax, which was abolished and replaced with the more punitive council tax. More recently, extinction rebellion, pride, drones at airports etc, etc. All a waste of time which royally pisses off the public.


Someone should tell these youngsters in Hong Kong, it won't end well.

No, you are forgetting Oswald Mosley and 20,000 Fascists.  That could have been a game changer to evil, but too many stood up to be counted fighting for democracy and freedom 8) 8) ;)

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General Discussion Area / Re: Racism
« on: Yesterday at 19:46:56 »
Like President Robert Mugabe, who hated whites and ruined his country with much cruelty and negativity, a control freak, gone from this World. Racism, to us, in reverse.

Great was it? :-X :-X

No, but the trouble is always someone in the World, somewhere, somehow, wants complete conformity and control, with great power.  It is in China now! ::) ::) >:(

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General Discussion Area / Re: Racism
« on: Yesterday at 19:33:32 »
People just don't realise how much they are affected by the mundane aspects of life. TV ads are form of social engineering, as are the soaps. Stop people smoking, drink driving, etc in the soaps, and next thing people with no interest whatsoever previously are jumping on their high horses.
Once that's sorted we can move on to homosexuality, mixed race marriages, LBGT, the possibilities are endless.
Sheeple just sit and lap it all up.

F**k it, it's not my world anymore.

You are just not 'gender fluid' enough. ::)

Apparently gender fluid is the new normal.
Or non binary. Sam Smith, the singer, now wants to be referred to as 'They/them'. FFS.
They are a fickin freak, will that do?

So all the men on here are the same sexually, or as they see themselves - one standard with all the same flaws (as this thread is proving) and imagined strengths- God's gift to women?!

No?  Of course not, you, and us women, are ALL different - celebrate it!! :-* :-* :-* 8) 8) ;D >:( ;)

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General Discussion Area / Re: Racism
« on: Yesterday at 19:30:17 »
People just don't realise how much they are affected by the mundane aspects of life. TV ads are form of social engineering, as are the soaps. Stop people smoking, drink driving, etc in the soaps, and next thing people with no interest whatsoever previously are jumping on their high horses.
Once that's sorted we can move on to homosexuality, mixed race marriages, LBGT, the possibilities are endless.
Sheeple just sit and lap it all up.

F**k it, it's not my world anymore.

STEMO!!  ;D ;D ;D

You mean back to those days WE should both remember, born when we were, when everything was black & white, nothing in between, and everything conforming to what was "normal" , at least on the surface that we could see.

Dad smoking a cigarette or pipe, sitting in the chair or down the pub with THE MEN. He in his ridged society standard of white shirt (fully ironed) starched collars and tie. Mum at home ironing, doing the washing, cooking the meals, doing the housework, day after day. Children dressing just like their parents, in the same rigidly society conforming clothes, dull colours, and sitting at the dinner table as one.

Mum not , or allowed to talk politics, or give opinions on serious matters. Dad the font of all wisdom, and in complete control of all household financies, with mum not allowed to have a bank account or own property in her name. Dad making all the decisions, even when totally against his wife and children. HE who must be obeyed, and claimed to be always right. No sexual matters ever discussed, and only rare glimpses of love and affection between the two, with everything being done as a matter of "duty".

I could go on, but it is all the same.........boring and humiliating if not the male of the species.

Yeah, we all hanker for those days to come back don't we?!! ::) ::) ::)

Give me today's diversity and enlightenment, with much colour in everything, any day!  Freedom!! 8) 8) 8) :-* :D :)

In case it has been missed, as above^^^^ :-* ;)

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General Discussion Area / Re: Racism
« on: Yesterday at 19:12:13 »
People just don't realise how much they are affected by the mundane aspects of life. TV ads are form of social engineering, as are the soaps. Stop people smoking, drink driving, etc in the soaps, and next thing people with no interest whatsoever previously are jumping on their high horses.
Once that's sorted we can move on to homosexuality, mixed race marriages, LBGT, the possibilities are endless.
Sheeple just sit and lap it all up.

F**k it, it's not my world anymore.

STEMO!!  ;D ;D ;D

You mean back to those days WE should both remember, born when we were, when everything was black & white, nothing in between, and everything conforming to what was "normal" , at least on the surface that we could see.

Dad smoking a cigarette or pipe, sitting in the chair or down the pub with THE MEN. He in his ridged society standard of white shirt (fully ironed) starched collars and tie. Mum at home ironing, doing the washing, cooking the meals, doing the housework, day after day. Children dressing just like their parents, in the same rigidly society conforming clothes, dull colours, and sitting at the dinner table as one.

Mum not , or allowed to talk politics, or give opinions on serious matters. Dad the font of all wisdom, and in complete control of all household financies, with mum not allowed to have a bank account or own property in her name. Dad making all the decisions, even when totally against his wife and children. HE who must be obeyed, and claimed to be always right. No sexual matters ever discussed, and only rare glimpses of love and affection between the two, with everything being done as a matter of "duty".

I could go on, but it is all the same.........boring and humiliating if not the male of the species.

Yeah, we all hanker for those days to come back don't we?!! ::) ::) ::)

Give me today's diversity and enlightenment, with much colour in everything, any day!  Freedom!! 8) 8) 8) :-* :D :)

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General Discussion Area / Re: Health updates.
« on: Yesterday at 11:37:24 »
I met a keen cyclist last week, who tells me that regular keep fit cycling has removed his requirement for insulin! Not sure how that works, and as you are probably more likely to get killed being knocked off a bike than by diabetes while on insulin, it is not perhaps the safest option.
Good luck with all the tests Ron. :y

Yes indeed! ;D ;D ;D

I used to love riding my bike miles when I was married, but on today's roads; forget it!  Give me diabetes and insulin anyday, as I should live longer! ;D ;D ;D :)

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General Discussion Area / Re: Health updates.
« on: Yesterday at 10:40:02 »
Hi All.

As mentioned elsewhere, my car passed its MOT last week, no advisories, just a clear pass and a compliment from the tester on its condition for its age!
I had an appointment with the diabetes consultant last Friday and he wants me to go on to insulin. Obviously I'm not keen, but I want to live, so I'll have to accept it. He did say that so long as I keep my blood sugar level under control. I won't have to give up driving - phew!
I have another appointment this coming Wednesdaay to get the results of my neck scan regarding suspected cancer: fingers crossed.
Also, Wednesday week I have an appointment with my kidney specialist - the one who gave me two years to live!

Ron.

Hope all goes well Ron.  Fighting diabetes is a pain, but is absolutely essential if you want to live with most things still in place.

Just a heads up Ron, if you do not already know, that if you go on insulin, you must let DVLA know and then you will be on a restricted 3 year licence, with health questions being asked / investigated, before they issue you with a new licence every 3 years. You will also need to let your insurance company know. Never a real problem, but something that must be done ;)

Good news about the car! :D :y

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General Discussion Area / Re: Prorogation Of Parliament.....
« on: 14 September 2019, 19:48:39 »
I saw a good meme on facebook today which said that, the USA, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Brazil, India, China, South Africa and many others are interested in doing a trade deal with the UK, and in fact the only people who don't want to do a trade deal with the UK are the EU!  ::)

It's all probably moot anyway, as the cabinet minister Nicky Morgan has said today that if there is a second referendum she will vote remain. That's code for when there is a second referendum....  ::)

So much info/misinfo going round. I read that the EU offered T May a free trade deal and she turned it down.  It really is hard to sort the facts from fiction.

From what I, as a previous "remainer", has seen of the EU they would never have given us a free deal and let us go easily, without severe catchers involved.  I trust none of them now, if I ever did before! >:( >:(

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General Discussion Area / Re: Watch battery cost.
« on: 13 September 2019, 20:40:16 »
My first watch[possibly even first couple]was indeed a Timex. :y I find a watch more convenient than mobile phone,with the phone I have to hoik it out of my pocket and get it to light up[or whatever it's called for the screen not to be blank]then replace it into pocket,with the watch it's just a quick glance at my wrist.

Exactly, it is still the easiest way to know the time whenever you want to. :y :y

Besides, for people like Field Marshal Opti it must be so morale boosting flashing your Rolex (I wish I could!)  8) 8) ;D ;D ;)


Don't like Rolex watches.

There is an old saying......the only thing worse than a fake Rolex is a real one.

Rolex seem to have the uncanny knack of making a £10,000 watch look so gaudy and trashy that it looks like a £10 watch from a petrol station. :)

Really! ;D ;D

The £9,700 ladies Rolex watch that I have been tempted to buy looks every inch the high gold, very bejewelled beautiful item of jewellery that the price tag suggests 8) 8) :-* :-*

Just cannot justify spending that kind of cash, if even I had it spare, on a watch though, and more importantly the risks someone faces when wearing one is just too great :'( :'(

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General Discussion Area / Re: HS 2 to be "reviewed "
« on: 13 September 2019, 19:27:10 »
FFS.....who cares any more?

If you are one of the millions using the railways everyday, you would care, especially when your fares are going up out of line with your wages, or you are a commercial concern relying on the railway network to move your goods! ::) ::) :D ;)
The fares are rising, the subsidies remain the same, and the "profits" remain consistently low.  That sounds like its a sinking ship that we should jump, as it will never improved.

And the only people using trains are commuters.  I suspect the rest count for less than 15%.
Surely no one would take one for fun?  :o

Exactly!  The common rail passenger is going to work in some form or another, or coming back ::) ::) :D :D ;)

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General Discussion Area / Re: Somebody else on the case !
« on: 13 September 2019, 07:55:01 »
What a lovely horse story! 8) 8) :-*

Makes a great interlude between all the other crap in the media ::) ::) ;D ;D ;)

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General Discussion Area / Re: Watch battery cost.
« on: 13 September 2019, 07:50:04 »
My first watch[possibly even first couple]was indeed a Timex. :y I find a watch more convenient than mobile phone,with the phone I have to hoik it out of my pocket and get it to light up[or whatever it's called for the screen not to be blank]then replace it into pocket,with the watch it's just a quick glance at my wrist.

Exactly, it is still the easiest way to know the time whenever you want to. :y :y

Besides, for people like Field Marshal Opti it must be so morale boosting flashing your Rolex (I wish I could!)  8) 8) ;D ;D ;)



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General Discussion Area / Re: HS 2 to be "reviewed "
« on: 12 September 2019, 19:44:38 »
So, despite the fact that the company in charge of building the thing announced last week that they think it likely it will go another seven years and another £25 billion over budget, you still think its a great use of public money ?

No, but the government must look at how the money is proposed to be spent and not just sitting back and accepting what they are being told. The line and those to link to it are required, but the way the scheme is being managed is obviously flawed, as these things often are when politicians / civil servants have the controlling say.

What it needs is a completely different approach with a real senior business person, used to being in control of international companies with an excellent track record, to demand from the contractors they pick, after the normal raising of quotations (not estimates), what is required and the absolute limit on cost that cannot be exceeded.

That is how it works in any successful commercial operation where profitability is crucial. Those that cannot achieve their goals must be dismissed, and then others who can given the position.

The review should also wipe out any intention to experiment with non-off the shelf rolling stock and fancy civil engineering. Full value for money is a must, and if that is not possible no contracts should be signed off and then, regrettfully, the whole project should be scrapped, but not until all due process has been explored by senior commercial managers who have been given very clear objectives by the CEO.

So a very hard nosed approach must be pursued, not the wishy washy one we are witnessing.  >:( >:(

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