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spideysensei

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  1. Nope, they were on the way out pre covid. Wether he was merely concerned about lost profits, Tim Martin had at least been critical of gov policy throughout covid. He was also allied with Boris in the Brexit campaign and supported him as PM. That is until he realised what a shambles they were making of the supposed Brexit deal. So perhaps Martin is a genuine businessman taken by surprise at Agenda 21, or Wetherspoon's are the controlled opposition of the restaurant/bar industry (since they still get to trade while smaller ones perish). Either way i don't frequent them much, as there's no entertainment. Pretty much the only reasons i go to a pub are to play pool/snooker or see live music.
  2. Me neither. Another one who popped up in 2020. I know he's been around for longer but he definitely changed tack from usual lefty stuff to controlled right wing talking points. Interview with Shapiro, balanced view of Trump, etc. I think he's there to pied piper dissident leftists formed after the events of 2020, or at least has that effect from some of the people i know/have spoken to.
  3. Interesting read about Bald, he was pushed by youtube to me around 2019 i think. He apparently got charged (for what he didn't say), thrown in a cell for a few days and then banned from Russia. All after converting to Judaism, or partaking in a ceremony of some sort. I had an inkling the guy is an agent of some sort but i dunno. I did enjoy some of his content.
  4. Not a Mensa candidate this one. I think they've wanted this for years. And ultimately lower leagues finished with a European franchise style super league where fans are divorced from the actual game unless on tv.
  5. And according to some of them (Yogis and such), it's the only way to reach higher states of consciousness. Not sure about that personally. My inflammatory comment as it were had the vegans i've known in mind and what they eat/how they live. You can eat ok as a vegan with a varied enough diet, but you'd probably still be lacking in things like b12 and certain proteins.
  6. And being a southpaw, according to AJ, which he called "lefty nonsense". As a lefty myself this makes me laugh. Imagine specializing and training that hard only to get beaten by a different stance. If anything i think it's an excuse for AJ to minimise the fact that Usyk is a far better boxer than him. Maybe helps him sleep at night while crying into his money. He fought better this time but didn't land much until the 9th i think it was. Largely ineffective but that's also due to Usyk's great movement. Usyk will probably need to be knocked out to be beaten and we have just the man to do it and become unified champ in the process. Western powers control the media in Ukraine as i'm sure you know, so i imagine their MSM follows the same narrative. In any case, neither has to look at social media, so it's their own fault if that affects them.
  7. In his own weird way he was complimenting Usyk. "You''re not strong, how did you win? You have skill." Seemed to be caught between throwing his toys out the pram and accepting he was beaten by the better boxer. To be fair it was emotional for him as he knows he's done at this level.
  8. Not quite the cracker we hoped for. For future reference you can get pretty much any live sport here http://kj.freestreams-live1.com/
  9. They've been doing this for decades, gradually setting it up. When i was younger i fell for it, and since about the Syrian war era i realised that mass immigration was a weapon, a very profitable one to certain people, but never in the interests of the host population. I was still what some might call a leftist at that point. Hell i even voted for Corbyn first time round (though not the 2nd; gave it that time to a minor party). I'd like to see examples and go through them with you, because i don't see it. Maybe i don't read the right threads, but the sentiment i get here is actually one of tolerance to other people. Wanting the best for your own people and other races/cultures isn't mutually exclusive in my view. Are you sure you're not doing what you accuse the elite of in your first observation? Possibly because there isn't a problem to challenge? Again, examples would help. I'd post one of those "this isn't an airport, no need to announce your departure" memes, but that would be too flippant of me to expect a response.
  10. The real balancing act for me is how much information i should give to people about what are likely jab injuries. Some are really looking for answers, you can see it in their eyes, but to reveal what i think to be true often seems a bit much in the moment. If you want to be critical you could call that cowardice i guess. I just think we're living in different times and we need to be careful. Wrong think gets you fired and cancelled and to be open about people you don't really know is taking a risk. The truth will come out soon enough i think, and then they'll be asking me if i think it's a jab injury.
  11. It's a balancing act maintaining professionalism and integrity. But given the nature of the job, giving out bad medical advice is antithetical to what we should be doing , so on that basis alone i need to stand my ground now for when Joe public goes mask crazy, because it will come up. I have a rough script in mind of the points i want to make, but the last thing i want is to get into a sustained argument at work. I may just refer the worst Karens to the gov page on mask exemption and politely excuse myself from the conversation.
  12. Good thing he can box better than sing. Joshua tries to present a cool exterior but i don't think he's very confident.
  13. Usyk/Joshua this Saturday. An animal compared to Joshua, Usyk is also the smarter boxer. Can't handle a decent southpaw, so i'm going with Usyk to win again. Also Usyk seems like a useful asset to Ukraine, i don't think he risked his life in any capacity in the war (may not have even been there), and was released to fight from the Kyiv Territorial Defence.
  14. Ugh i know. Some old Karen came into my shop the other day complaining about people (young adults essentially) not masking up at a local outdoor festival. On a beach in summer! The whole time she was constantly pushing the rag back up around her nose. Absolute buffoon. I said there was no evidence to support mask wearing. Thankfully my jabbed colleague also commented in support. Gonna be another fun winter dealing with these idiots when the mask mandate comes back.
  15. I was following a Telegram thread where someone mentioned he might have been staying at Rochester exclusively for the Mayo Clinic. It should've clicked really, having been there myself. There's not much in Rochester apart from the clinic. I now think it unlikely he was there for anything else. The Mayo clinic specializes in cancer and heart surgery. Cause of death not yet revealed.
  16. Interesting. I did more or less the same, only she's not an actress. And he's only a couple of years older than me. Minnesota is pretty though, and Rochester is close to Minneapolis/St.Paul.
  17. But they do have the option of raising their vibrational level /level of being/ emotio-mental health. I made up that last one. It's a hard thing to quantify (as the discussion on this particular chart has proven), but it'd be clearly wrong to say we don't exist at fluctuating levels of health. This is crucial for how we then respond to future events and 'the truth', whatever that may be for us.
  18. I share your suspicions generally but have you got any further info on the above couple of points?
  19. I've taken your initial post to be more philosophical than was intended. You've come at it from an intentional angle and are busy creating strawmen out of my words just to make a point. That's fine but it's not really a discussion.
  20. I've never said anything of the sort. You came at this from a broad angle with your 'truth scale' but have now zeroed in on a specific 'truth' that adds new context to the dialogue. You can't very well accuse me of assumptions i've made because i haven't followed your train of thought, which is impossible unless you're more explicit to begin with. Even so, i don't know what you're contesting in what i've actually said, which is essentially that, a person living in a lower state may be more susceptible to a comfortable lie, than someone who is already functioning higher.
  21. I was thinking the same of you. But now i wonder whether we're even in disagreement. There's probably some cyclical nature to it. Can one be in a good state without knowing a truth? I don't see why not, a hermit might not know much but they may be in a pretty good state of emotional health. If truth is rejected then there's probably some fall back to a lower level.
  22. Possibly one's level affects how one responds to a truth? Otherwise i would think it's independent. Someone living in fear/anger may reject a truth. Someone already 'empowered' may be less inclined because their state doesn't depend on externalities. Of course that's a hard state to reach.
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