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  1. Salaries? Pfft... Their salary is a fraction of what these people actually "earn" from public service. That bitch in Georgia with the Mao picture on her wall doesn't need a salary. They go to Washington to get rich (or richer) in a place that is awash with money poured in from bankers, corporations, lobbyists, big pharma, China, and God knows who else.
  2. I wouldn't take it for $150,000. You cannot put a price on health but to some people, $1,500 is a lot of money and they'll jump at the chance.
  3. They've been convinced into believing they are on the winning team. They have been deceived.
  4. You have to keep up a reasonable level of fitness and be careful about what you eat. Walking at a brisk pace for 20 minutes or so will help even the most decrepit of bodies. But we have been inundated with unhealthy food choices and forced into a sedentary lifestyle.
  5. The only person to do time for the gruesome murder of poor Meredith Kercher has been released into the community after serving less than his 16-year sentence. Rudy Guede - former friend of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito - will now fall under the care of social services. he is described as “calm and socially well integrated”. Right. The victim's last hours must have been horrific as she was sexually assaulted and stabbed multiple times. This is not justice. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/dec/04/meredith-kerchers-killer-to-complete-sentence-doing-community-ser
  6. Bring back the Shogunate. I'll volunteer for the Shinsengumi. Death to the gaijin devils.
  7. $2.3 trillion eh? An easy sum to lose wouldn't you say? Don't suppose any of it has been recovered. As you say, it's likely been funneled into some black project or other.
  8. Doctors showing a depraved indifference is nothing less than good old-fashioned murder. The medical profession is a fucking disgrace.
  9. In the USA, drugs companies always build potential litigation costs into their products. Anyone who watches daytime television in America can't help but notice the amount of commercials for class action lawsuits against pharmaceutical companies for selling defective or dangerous products. For example, Zantac, a drug sold to alleviate heartburn, has been linked to cancer and is now off the market. The manufacturer is being sued. With these vaccines, the drug companies have secured for themselves immunity from suit so that if you take the vaccine and suffer severe injury or death, you have no re
  10. He needs to commit seppuku for advocating such a course. I've lived in Japan and they are not the type of people to accept forced multiculturalism.
  11. People like that are in the minority I'm afraid. Many live vicariously through the lives of 'celebrities' and will do whatever their idols do just so they won't feel left out. They don't call them television programmes for nothing.
  12. That too, and during the Spanish flu pandemic, many victims had just lived through wartime privations. Living in a filthy trench for months on end didn't help. My granddad told me of the conditions at Passchendaele in 1917 where soldiers - mostly conscripts - died like flies, not from enemy action but from disease. Soldiers committed suicide because they could not face the conditions. Some drowned in the filthy, sucking mud. Dysentery killed others. It wouldn't have taken much for an opportunistic virus to take hold.
  13. I thought that was pneumonia; at least that what my old gran used to say, but flu did the same job. She also used to sing a macabre little ditty: It's not the cough that carries you off, but the coffin they carry you off in. My family were a bit strange at times.
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