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    Re: VIDEO memes and popular culture

    Hahaha, time to get prepping - Conway Twitty albums at the ready! :behindsofa:
  2. Re: Flirting with War (China vs Taiwan, and whatever might ensue)

    I found more about the video in Tintin's post about sirens going off in China; the news website London Loves Business is not one that I've come across before so I don't know how accurate or biased it...
  3. Re: Live coverage of Nancy Pelosi flying into Taiwan

    It was a long journey without a tipple:
  4. Re: Flirting with War (China vs Taiwan, and whatever might ensue)

    That's precisely what I thought when I heard it on the news this morning - distraction from something bigger going down.
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    Re: Music Thread ~ CLASSICAL ~

    This is a lovely piece that I chanced upon a while ago, it was the background music to a video I was watching; Ivor Gurney's Gloucestershire Rhapsody. This video is accompanied by photographic views...
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    Re: Music Thread ~ CLASSICAL ~

    Thanks Ivanhoe, seeing your post of one of my favourite piano concertos has reminded me to post this serendipitous find.

    Vasily Kalinnikov was a Russian composer who had a sadly short life, his...
  7. Re: Translate French 🇫🇷 Words Without Knowing French Using 3 Very Clever Tricks

    My Italian is better than my French; when searching for a word in French I think what it is in Italian and then 'Frenchify' it - usually works! :bigsmile: I'll watch the vids over the weekend - they...
  8. Re: England is headed for massive civil unrest. Increasingly people feel they have nothing to lose

    From what I saw from the two covid years I spent on the shop floor, that won't make any difference. You can buy devices on Ebay for removing the alcohol security tags, the wire tags they just cut...
  9. Re: Dutch Farmers Fighting Back Against Government's 'Green' Agenda Connected to WEF

    It's 'Boeren' in Dutch, it sounds like they're chanting that.
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    Re: Boris Johnson is ousted

    :sun:Andrew Lawrence's latest monologue on the leadership race, humour with a lot of truth in it; just two and a half minutes long. This country is going rapidly down the sewer drain.

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    Re: Boris Johnson is ousted

    Oh my... I can never take her seriously, I always think of this (just 14 seconds):


    https://youtube.com/watch?v=bRhlRM6rYck
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    Re: BREAKING NEWS ~ Continuously Updated

    Could be... I don't know that much about the explosive qualities of gas canisters, crystal meth factory maybe? They're supposed to be very volatile, I believe?

    I do remember a gas explosion in...
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    Re: BREAKING NEWS ~ Continuously Updated

    I was at the car boot sale today, talking to one of my favourite sellers and he told me about an explosion at an apartment block in Bedford which is close to where he lives. He had to drive by it...
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    Re: The Georgia Guidestones have been blown up

    Whoever did this - thank you. The symbolism of the destruction speaks for those of us in the resistance; it's made my day that someone has had the guts to stand up to this globalist cr@p.
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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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