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  1. Re: Whilst We Are All Distracted By The Coronavirus....

    I have an eye on the euro/pound exchange rate. It was initially floated around €1.40 to £1. A financial whizz I once chatted with told me a more realistic float rate would perhaps have been €1.20 to...
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    Re: The Hollow Moon?

    I think they've found water there. I wonder if they used a PCR test for that too?
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    Re: If You Ruled the World....

    It'd be free beer on Fridays and a boot up the backside for anyone late to work on Monday morning.

    I think I'll work on developing my manifesto from that impregnable base. I fancy my chances after...
  4. Nobel Prize For Physics 2020 - Black Holes

    As good a listen as any to take a breather from the virus manure.

    8Qrj2LZAM-w
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    Re: The Best Broadcast You Listened To Today

    Charlie Robinson hitting the sweet spots again with his nuts and bolts approach to decoding some of the prickliest pears.

    I like the cut of the guy's jib. I think he'd at least partially crack the...
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    Re: If You Ruled the World....

    That was pretty much my general reaction to the thread title too.
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    Re: Why hasn't more been done?

    A lot of good points made in this thread. The above jumped out at me louder than any other. That's where it's really at and always has been.

    I get the Earth is a pretty jail analogy. And also...
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    Re: Covid19: Global reports, news and updates

    Thanks for the heads up. Shame my day off isn't Sunday, good luck to them.
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    Re: Covid19: Global reports, news and updates

    News from feet on the ground in Scotland as a result of direct conversation with many different people from all over the UK and further afield.

    So far I've only heard of one person who claimed to...
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    Re: Who/what is running the world?

    Interesting.

    In the 16:40s she starts saying it was switched off.

    On balance I'd probably disagree with that, but who knows?
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    Re: Who/what is running the world?

    Perhaps in view of the current turbulence it's also worth mentioning the relatively recent death of David Rockefeller.

    He was at least the patriarch of a very influential family. There's always a...
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    Re: Who/what is running the world?

    At this time I'd like us to spare a thought for Aaron Russo.

    My bulldustometer couldn't detect the slightest trace of bulldust about him. From the footage and interviews I saw of the man he seemed...
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    Re: Who/what is running the world?

    From the top down I guess it starts with the ineffable master of all creation.

    From the bottom up I'm looking around and thinking "It's not me or my neighbour. Our anybody else in our street. Well...
  14. Re: Our most poignant songs for 2020: Let's share!

    Aaah. The year of 2020. The great R number swindle.

    It's all bollocks! :cool:

    -eu1KYe3sc8
  15. Thread: Ça Chauffe!

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    Towards the foot of Gwin's post.

    Rough translation is:

    "The reserve officers have investigated for 50 days to clarify issues related to the 2020 "pandemic". The report has been banned from...
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    Heads up for all night sky lovers.

    Jupiter is amazing in the sky right now. Low, clear and very bright.

    My night sky at least (Scotland) has it in the south west. I live in the middle of...
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    Re: Covid19: Global reports, news and updates

    It's safe to say the London lion has roared and is now awake enough for the next leg of the journey.

    That's a relief. About bloody time too.

    Gareth Icke in particular was colossal. Chapeau, Sir.
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    Re: The Best Broadcast You Listened To Today

    Wow.

    Just wow.

    A star is born doesn't seem apt considering I've listened to his work for a few years now. But Gareth Icke really stepped it up today. Bravo to him, so eloquent and poignant. He...
  19. Re: NOT A DRILL, Youtube May Be Shutting Down My Channels With New Restrictions!

    I hate farcebook. I use it very sparingly when it suits me and would rather not use it at all.

    Good luck in dealing with these muppets on terms best for yourself John.

    The line has been crossed...
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    Re: Covid19: Global reports, news and updates

    More actual news from feet on the ground and people talking face to face with each other.

    One of my uncles says the world has gone off its trolley. He's always good craic and nobody's fool.
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