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  1. Thread: a Chauffe!

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    This might not be a perfect fit for this thread, it's not a story about protest or turmoil in France but about a seemingly bungled French police investigation into a multiple murder that happened 10...
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    Re: Water Thread - Wells

    Do you have dowsers in Thailand? I met an elderly Welsh lady once who had been taught dowsing by her grandfather, and she had spent years successfully finding water supplies for farmers. If you can...
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    Re: Global Shortages of Everything

    That's kind of you - I'm not sure if it was to me specifically or to all? If to me, I've been growing food for a few years, nothing too complicated such as soft fruit, onions and tomatoes, but have...
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    Re: Global Shortages of Everything

    The apples I buy each week are decreasing in size every week. Also, the quality of fresh food is getting worse, the supermarkets are buying the dregs and charging the same price.

    That's why I've...
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    Re: Wild plants which are beneficial.

    Just a further note on the use of blackberries, this is a gardening tip.

    If you have slugs and snails decimating tender plants and want to avoid the use of chemicals, cut some blackberry stems...
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    Re: Wild plants which are beneficial.

    Mullein is a plant - commonly regarded as a prolific weed - that is regarded by herbalists to be very beneficial to people with respiratory problems. Dried mullein leaf can be smoked, but not to...
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    Re: Recent Cardiac Events Amongst Sports People

    The YT channel Sanity 4 Sweden has posted about the marathon runner Charlotta Fougberg who competed at international level for Sweden and who can no longer compete or even train; she blames the jab...
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    Re: Wild plants which are beneficial.

    Absolutely Ewan - that can never be stressed enough. Foraging groups and courses can be found around the UK (and probably in other parts of the world) for anyone who may be uncertain or who doesn't...
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    Re: Wild plants which are beneficial.

    Also on the topic of berries - if you're lucky to be near moorland, you can forage for bilberries (aka blaeberries or whortleberries). I've seen them on the North York Moors, also when I lived near...
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    Re: Wild plants which are beneficial.

    That staple of late summer foraging - blackberries! Eat them raw, or they're also lovely stewed with apple and baked in a crumble or pie; blackberry jam, or jelly if you take the trouble to strain...
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    Re: Global Shortages of Everything

    This is a good video from Andrew Lawrence, less comedic than usual and laying out the state of affairs in Britain. Less than 3 minutes.


    https://youtube.com/watch?v=_VxrI9-ZQT8&list=LL&index=1
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    Re: The BDAnon post archive

    Same here about the nonsense in amongst a few gems - he crossed my mind a few days ago but I couldn't even remember the name to look up any latest posts. Very interesting, thanks for sharing.
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    Re: Gary Larson (The Far Side) - Legend.

    Mine suddenly went to thumbnails about a year ago, don't know why as I hadn't done anything differently... The Curse of the Thumbnail, that sounds very Larsonesque!
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    Re: Trip down memory lane

    This seems a good home for this image; I would love to see what England looked like pre-industrialisation.

    This is the Tower of London, look at the background (best to click to enlarge) - fields...
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    Re: WW3? Ukraine/US vs. Donbass/Russia

    Thomas Sheridan has posted an article about how the globalist Western leaders have shot themselves in the foot; full article here.
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    Sounds really good, but I don't have a smart phone. I had a look on their website and it doesn't look like it has anything for non-app users. It's a good reminder though to look more closely at the...
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    Re: Meme Your Memeiest Memes Thread

    Bear in mind that Carl Sagan passed away in 1996, it's even worse now:
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    Re: Unwinding of The Social Contract

    IMO this has been slowly eroding for decades.

    100 years ago, the older generations were outraged by women wearing skirts that showed their ankles, and women smoking.

    50 years ago, the older...
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    Re: Animals are Magical

    A paraglider gets an unexpected passenger...

    https://twitter.com/batsy09/status/1533567930335645701
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    Re: Gary Larson (The Far Side) - Legend.

    A decades-old mystery solved...
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