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  1. 8 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:


    Is this a thing at Glastonbury? Organ and food donation? Talk about weaponizing popular culture, but I suppose it always was to one degree or another. I went to Knebworth a couple of times in the 70s and I'm buggered if I can remember any type of political speech from the acts on stage. They would have been bottled if they had.

    Dunno there was a lot of anti war rhetoric at festivals late 60's into the 70's. but not the politically woke BS that festival goers are brainwashed with now. Last festival I attended (i used to be a lighting tech so worked on lots) would of been V fest in 06 or 07 and i don't remember any of this BS back then. 

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  2. 7 hours ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

    This is disturbing ..


    "East London nightclub deaths: At least 22 people found dead in South African 'tavern' | World News | Sky News" https://news.sky.com/story/at-least-17-people-found-dead-in-south-african-nightclub-12640551


    ...The place was packed. Bodies everywhere, but no obvious signs of injury. There's speculation of poison or gas of some kind. 


    What are the chances we have a shooting at a gay bar in Oslo called the London pub  then 22 dead in a nightclub in east London SA within a day of each other. 

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  3. 2 hours ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

    I'm surprised at the ruling really, since those in positions of authority are so keen to depopulate. Here come the get rich quick, back street abortionists. 

    Or thy want the catalyst to start civil war 2.0

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  4. 7 minutes ago, DaleP said:

    There was a massive jam, not only on the main roads but even the smaller residential streets too.

    What happened to remote working?? It looks like everyone got in their car today.

    I over heard people talking about Piers Corbyn protesting somewhere.....I don't know what though.... fuel price?

    Yea was insane near me just outside Manchester. went out about 10 am this morning and the roads where rammed. its been eerily quiet on the roads of late but looks like everyone usually on the train took there car today.   

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  5. 2 hours ago, skitzorat said:


    I love Type O Negative!

    RIP Pete Steele!


    I was trying to think of a song to reply appropriate to this thread...... but then I thought...wrong Pete to put in a tranny thread.... but PETE BURNS works! hahaha RIP!



    Yea Im a massive Type O Negative fan

    its a cover of this by Hedwig which is what i should of really posted

    PETE BURNS is a sad case indeed.

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  6. 2 hours ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

    What about the people now who are complaining that they were allowed to have operations to change them from men to women without knowing that they would be left with strange, gaping hunks of flesh missing where they thought they'd have a vagina, and little, twitching stumps of penis left . They say it's ruined their lives - their complaint is that nobody talked them out of it. 


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  7. 1 minute ago, sock muppet said:


    Correct me if i'm wrong but from memory about the invention of what is known today as 'Tanks' came about by using the word as code to confuse the enemy, in this case Germany during the ww1, who would have thought it to be containers for water, fuel, munitions.....etc.

    No quite correct it was indeed used as code in WW1. but in the contest of "think tank" its referring to tank as in storage vessel  

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  8. 2 hours ago, Truthblast said:

    "Think Tanks" are supposed to be "policy institutes which research and publish and lecture and work for the social good".


    What is the word TANK doing in the name though?


    What does a policy institute have to do with a large, heavy, armoured, difficult to stop and extremely lethal military land vehicle which crushes everything in its path ?

    Think tank as in water tank Ie a container for ideas.

    think your overthinking this one 

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  9. Was up about 8am this morning and it was beautiful blue sky in Manchester but one by one the trails arrived and by 11am it was a milky haze. lasted until about 4pm when i could see mostly blue sky again. 

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  10. 12 hours ago, Dickwan said:


    Sorry to drag-up an old post in the News section, but there's one story that's gone very quiet lately, and that's the fitting of speed limiters/governors on all new cars sold in the EU from July/August 2022. As far as I know, this is still going ahead - and this includes the UK, despite Brexit.


    Here's a link to a Guardian story via archive.org (as the stinky Guardian have removed the article from their website):



    Infowars picked up on the story back in May, but there's been very little coverage in the corporate media:



    Finally, this from Autotrader in March 2022:



    Maybe the Mercedes recall has something to do with this - just a thought.




    edit: my mistake, the Guardian article is still live (no need to access it via archive.org):




    Its not that uncommon for a manufacturer to recall cars made years before if its a safety critical issue. my old Nissan X-Trail was recalled back in 2020 due to an airbag fault and that car was made in 2002. 

  11. 1 hour ago, TheConsultant said:






    I hope this gives some perspective to the larger picture, what Kennedy was assassinated for is being taken down in modern day. FED, military industrial complex, FBI, CIA and corrupt people who support such criminality anywhere in positions of power. This is not about politics, this is about criminals and criminals being held to account regardless of their net worth.

    Im not really much of a Q aficionado, but i do keep an eye on this thread. just struck me that last post Dec 14th 2017 

    the !st and last sentences are both from the early 80's film War Games.

    question to the Q people on here is this normal for Q posts to reference old films and to start and finish with quites from the same film?

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  12. 4 hours ago, Nefaria said:

    I love my old Sinclair Spectrum computer!  I still have one and with the wonders of modern technology i can load games up on it via an SD card, saves relying on those old tapes!

    Yea you've gotta love the spekky it was a marvel of British engineering. back when the uk could actually make things. Sir clive was ahead of the game in many ways. 

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  13. 48 minutes ago, Captainlove said:

    Remember this,

    Sinclair C5 .webp

    Remember them, I've got one. Bit modified mine tho with more modern motors controller and batteries and can do about 45mph so technically no longer street legal. its the closest thing ill have to owning an EV tho  

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  14. 17 hours ago, Catherine said:

    It is very strange. TV, radio, cameras photo, oscilloscope and other special devices 70-80 is very good quality and assembling, and easy to repair.

    They do tend to be easily repaired but the consumer level stuff especially late 70's 80's does have poor build quality, I have a Vaga Ruby radio from the late 60's and the build quality on that is excellent, however ive got later Vaga radios from the 70's and they are falling apart. The scientific and test equipment on the other hand is fantastic with very high build quality, I have a PA amp built in the 70's All valve technology with four 6L6 output valves and the build quality on that is amazing.  

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  15. 1 hour ago, TheConsultant said:

    Some of the greatest electrical engineers I have ever worked near were Russian. Russia has a history of some of the greatest minds in physics, electrical engineering and more and as such are a technological superpower whether people wish to accept that or not is irrelevant to me.

    Oh dont get me wrong I greatly admire Russian engineering and  Russian engineers. I have quite a collection of Russian built items manly computers and radios. Russian transistor radios from the 70's and 80's are some of the best around from an electrical point of view with additional amplification stages making them very sensitive and selective. there actual build quality however is pretty terrible with poor quality injection molded cases and awful PCBs with traces that lift as soon as they see a soldering iron. there home computers are the same, most are based off the British ZX spectrum from 1982 The Russians reverse engineered (or had a spy at ferranti) the custom ULA chip and implemented it using standard TTL logic ic's, Very clever of them and they do work however like the radios the build quality was awful. 

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