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  1. 28 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

    How in the name of many gods did she manage to formulate that opinion ?

     

    It's a sad indictment that people are willing to accept that as the gospel truth and will deny any objective opinion that says different

     

    Sadly it's all too common the world over,stupidity and ignorance speak a universal language

    She's as thick as two short planks so that will be a factor. We just saw some pheasants over the fence and she said "look, there's them hen things again!". Maybe she had a lead cup as a child?

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  2. Just spoke to my neighbour here in UK and I asked had she heard about what is going on in Australia because her son-in-law is from there and she said "I know! There's not enough vaccines and they are all kicking off because they want vaccines". ??!!

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  3. It's astounding that people of all intelligence levels haven't noticed we are not dying in large numbers! We are alive and so are our families, neighbours etc. Absolute mass hysteria! I'm fed up with everyone today - apart from the true human beings on here.

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  4. I can see how some of these morons have bought into this. There is a coldness with some modern parents that has disturbed me long before this. You only need look at the McCann sympathizers to see this. My OH and I have always spontaneously and naturally smiled at cute babies and children with normal human warmth that people should have. We have had to almost stop ourselves reacting in this way due to getting glares as if we are paedophiles by some people - so heart breaking. My dad would roll in his grave at this lack of humane warmth. Society really has gone mad!¬†ūüėü

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  5. 25 minutes ago, alexa said:

    Not one mask in sight;

     

    Newly-divorced Melinda Gates throws daughter Jennifer 'incredibly special' bridal shower at the $125M lakefront eco-mansion in Washington where she and Bill raised their three children

     

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    Melinda (pictured bottom left in pink cardigan), 57, whose divorce from Microsoft founder Bill, 65, was finalized in August, hosted a bridal shower for her oldest child, Jennifer (seen bottom, left wearing white dress).

     

    The equestrian enthusiast and medical student is engaged to Egyptian show jumper Nayel Nassar, 30. Jennifer, who is older sister to Rory, 22, and Phoebe, 19, shared several images from the intimate celebration, which took place outside overlooking the lake.

     

    The event was attended by several of Jennifer's friends, as well as a few family members, and saw the group sitting down to an outdoor meal.

     

    Images reveal the lake in the background of the celebration - which took place in the garden of the Gates' home in Washington, named Xanadu 2.0. It was initially reported that Bill would keep the mansion as part of the couple's divorce settlement, however the terms of their agreement have not been shared.

    Scenes from that revolting and sick movie 'Midsommar'.

  6. 23 hours ago, whatthefoxhat said:

    You only have to look at the DSMV (the bible of US mental elf diagnoses and increasingly UK) from its inception and the amount of syndromes and conditions to the behemoth it has become today (sorry i cant remember the figures but it was few to literally hundreds now) but the best bit is there is a pharmaceutical intervention for every single one of them (including the ones where pharma intervention will have no effect whatsoever apart from stunning them ie psycopathy)

     

    Medicine of the mind is destructive in the extreme,as to specifically autism,look at the figures worldwide year on year and the increases, by 2030 every other child will be eligible for its label

    pharmaceutical industries predating those who are looking for help and answers, whilst also getting negative labels. What about no drugs and a positive label? Imagine a Dr saying you are just fine my good man, its the others who are bloody crackers!

  7. To the orchestrators of this evil. You are not chosen because if you were, you would have special traits and you wouldn't die so you are idiots spending your time on earth putting all your effort into evil. You are the same as us. God means good so it's the devil who's controlling you, you stupid puppets!

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  8. I remember when they brought out the hand gels, antibacterial washing up liquid etc. there was always the question of a bit of muck does no harm and I expect many of us can remember poorer families who's kids were as strong as a tank to illness. Then we've had all the animal diseases that an affect us. I love animals and especially my pets but I don't love them over children. I think there is more respect for dogs than the life of a baby. Nobody can convince me that is ok. Human life has become secondary to human beings.

  9. 21 minutes ago, bluey bluey said:

    I bought myself a new pair of binoculars yesterday, for bird watching. A resident in my sheltered housing complex asked to have a look at them. As I began to move towards her she shouted stop, don't move, you must always keep at least 6 feet away from me at all times, I shall instruct my vaccinated friend to pass me the binoculars. I felt like a leper, but insisted it must be 12 feet as I didn't want to risk my health because of her shedding. Is ignorance catching? if so I had better make that 100 feet, good job I have my new binoculars.

    Also, don't they think eye juice contains covidbollockitis?! We called in to an Osprey centre not long ago and it was like going into Porton Down so I stayed outside. Whilst I was sat on a wet bench that had been gelled, ready to go berserk, one of the women came and said "come on we've seen one! Come and look through the telescope with us all?! I just said "NO!" and she backed off thinking I was maniac. 

  10. 9 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

     

    Well if I wasn't at risk of going before the firing squad I'd think this was all an eye for an eye new holocaust! But of course I'm more rational and sensible than that.

  11. This may be the longest post I've ever written, sorry.

     

    I worked with children with autism when I was younger and my conclusion from that is most of the traits they are labelled with are the same as anyone, apart from the people who were profoundly affected and locked in their own bubble and needing high quality care. I would say the only stand out trait was a very nice one and that was the inability to plot and scheme. The rest were just handled badly. Of all the strategies, staff and 'experts' involved in their care, the low key and genuinely caring ordinary things worked. There was a handyman there who used to be very grandad like and ordinary with the children who was better with them than anyone. Just like the rest of us, they knew who was genuine. There were all these interventions and regimented behaviour management techniques but the handyman would say "now then Sam, pack that in!" and of course Sam would stop. He would also say of Sam's special interest in motorbike mirrors "what's new on the motorbike front Sam?" and have genuine interest in Sam's information. Brilliant! Just like anyone, they know what's what.

     

    I'd like to tie this in with 'mental health' which I feel is an umbrella that is too big to be practical. Out of respect for people who suffer terribly with many mental health illnesses like schizophrenia, bi polar, psychosis, psychosis after childbirth, clinical depression. OCD, agoraphobia.....well there are so many and I am not too well up on them but I know all of them are hideous for a person to suffer. What I'm not comfortable with, I think some psychopaths get themselves labelled with bi polar or Asperger syndrome because its a better label. Also a friend's daughter has reached puberty and they are labelling her with mental health issues, where as I think hold your horses there, hasn't she got teenage angst?! I was like Linda Blare in the exorcist when I was 13! Now whether I turned out normal I am unsure but I don't harm anyone haha! Stephen Fry is mentioned in the mega thread and he apparently has bi polar. One of my neighbours is also supposed to have it but to me she has borderline personality disorder from what she demonstrates.

     

    What I'm saying is let people be individuals and all the real weirdos who have actually got harmful personality disorders be under their own umbrella. They should not be grouped with people who are innocent and sometimes very poorly with it who need care and respect! I really hope this doesn't offend anyone decent. I just want to stick up for certain people who get negative labels unfairly.

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  12. 3 minutes ago, Velma said:

    Absolue garbage, they just wanted to use the word 'pussy' on the front page - makes a change from prick, dick, tits and bollox.

    I thought that too. Trouble is, you've made me laugh my head off with what you've typed so I'm as bad as them!¬†ūüėā¬†Sorry.¬†ūüė≥

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  13. 12 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

    Stephen Fry is starting to act like his subversive role in the movie with his recent actions, and that's pretty alarming, I can't lie.

    Went off him when I read in his biography years ago that he stole the headmasters credit card and went on a spending spree then put it back. That was one hard faced, sneaky, calculating, brazen little so and so to do that! That is massive to me. A normal kid would be that bit scared of the headmaster.

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  14. 12 hours ago, BossCrow said:

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    Just look how easily the police turn into SS officers! This footage and the German police kneeing the man in the face. My conclusion long ago was that unfortunately, a great deal of people are psychopaths and anyone not is quite a rarity. Another reason why this forum feels like such a haven to me because as well as all the selfless researching and sharing members do you all have your humanity fully intact.

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  15. 11 hours ago, shadowmoon said:

    There's always a hand in front of the needle in thse pics.

    Did you ever notice that. 

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    It's certainly sorting the wheat from the chaff this needle of death. I can't wait to copy this woman of substance. Have we not had Kim Kardashian yet with her big ar*e to influence us?

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  16. I am not able to choose any religion because I know right from wrong without it. I feel we have the force of good in us and if there is a God why is it so narcissistic (praise me) and just leaves us arguing and guessing everything? Goodness should involve selfless, pure acts but many people who find God do it so they get to heaven even if they are nasty. I won't go into the causing wars bit. I'm sure if we just ignored religions but behaved ourselves any good entity would understand if we didn't go to church and adore it. I feel we can take good into our own hands because we do not need religion to do that.

     

    I'm sorry to offend nice people with a religion but I'm not bothered if you are not nice.¬†ūüôā

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