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  1. Better not come after my cat's, or else
  2. India recorded 2,812 Covid deaths overnight (graph pictured bottom-right) and infections in the last 24 hours rose to 352,991 on Monday - a record peak for a fifth day running - as vital life-saving oxygen is in short supply in hospitals. Countries including Britain, Germany and the United States have pledged to send urgent medical aid to help battle the crisis that is collapsing India's tattered healthcare system. Overcrowded hospitals in Delhi and elsewhere are being forced to turn away patients after running out of supplies of oxygen and beds, leaving families to ferry people sick with coronavirus from hospital to hospital searching for treatment. India's capital has been cremating so many bodies that authorities in the region are receiving requests to start cutting down trees in Dheli's parks to be used as kindling. Pictured main: Pyres are used to burn bodies. Right: Families and municiple workers bury victims of coronavirus.
  3. They'll have to do better than this. Click on photo......... DM headlines just a indi.mp4
  4. Thanks wingwang, I've seen this film & it's really good, I'll be watching it again tonight
  5. I can just see it now ' Rich kids gets their hands chopped off'
  6. Amazon One lets you pay with your palm 16 Amazon wants its palm recognition technology in stores, stadiums, and office buildings By Tom Warren@tomwarren Sep 29, 2020, 4:44am EDT Share this story Share this on Facebook (opens in new window) Share this on Twitter (opens in new window) SHAREAll sharing options Amazon One reader. Amazon Amazon is unveiling its own palm recognition technology today that will be used initially to turn your hand into a personal credit card inside the company’s physical retail stores. Amazon One uses the palm of your hand to identify you, using a combination of surface-area details like lines and ridges, alongside vein patterns to create a “palm signature.” At first, this palm signature will be used in Amazon’s own Go stores in Seattle, and the company also plans to add Amazon One to other Amazon stores in the coming months. Amazon One usage will eventually extend beyond just palm-based payments. “We believe Amazon One has broad applicability beyond our retail stores, so we also plan to offer the service to third parties like retailers, stadiums, and office buildings so that more people can benefit from this ease and convenience in more places,” says Dilip Kumar, vice president of Amazon’s physical retail business. Apparently your info is in the cloud? https://www.theverge.com/2020/9/29/21493094/amazon-one-palm-recognition-hand-payments-amazon-go-store
  7. I have never worn one of these stupid masks, so should be OK
  8. I don't know how to take this about what Borris has just said, is this reversed psychology or what ? Boris Johnson: 'Let the bodies pile high in their thousands'. PM's incendiary remark during fight over lockdowns is latest claim in No10 drama - amid spectacular row with Cummings He agreed to fresh restrictions but his frustration is said to have boiled over after the crucial meeting at No 10 in October. ‘No more ****ing lockdowns – let the bodies pile high in their thousands!’ he is alleged to have raged. The Prime Minister is also reported to have made similarly blunt observations during the crisis. The disclosure comes amid a spectacular public war of words between him and his former chief of staff Dominic Cummings Headlines DM today
  9. It is an acquired taste though. Can't you get someone to post you a jar from the UK ?
  10. Luke warm whom Jesus will spew out.
  11. This is what I'd like to know.
  12. Or the vaccines are programmed to effect certain types of DNA, is this why they want every body's DNA through testing. I do wonder.
  13. Yes it is baffling ? Maybe it has something to do with a persons DNA.
  15. More Lies Welcome aboard! Recycled SpaceX capsule carrying four astronauts from US, France and Japan arrives at International Space Station a day after liftoff from Cape Canaveral A SpaceX capsule carrying four astronauts from across the world has safely docked at the International Space Station (inset). The Dragon capsule docked with the orbiting outpost more than 260 miles above the Indian Ocean (above, right), a day after launching from NASA's Kennedy Space Center. The new arrivals, (pictured celebrating with the current team, left) representing the U.S, France and Japan, will now spend six months at the space station and will replace four astronauts who will return to Earth in their own Dragon capsule on Wednesday. It is the first time two SpaceX crew Dragons have been parked in space at the same time (below, right). Shannon Walker, the space station's commander, said: 'We are so excited to have you aboard. Although this was SpaceX's third crew flight for NASA, it was the first to use a vehicle which has flown before, an essential part of Musk's push to the moon and Mars. The Dragon capsule was also used for SpaceX's first crew launch last May, while the Falcon rocket soaring Friday hoisted crew two in November.
  16. I suppose it depends what the hell is in these vaccines ??
  17. Lying scum-bags......Again! Always showing the worse, never the good Only five arrests out of how many ?
  18. Who is this Dominic Cummings ? No 10 rages at 'nasty, sexist' Dominic Cummings as he is said to be plotting to accuse Boris Johnson of being so determined to avoid another lockdown he would tolerate big Covid death toll Allies of the Prime Minister levelled the damning charge that those loyal to Dominic Cummings (pictured left) had been behind 'nasty and sexist briefings' against Mr Johnson's fiancee, Carrie Symonds (pictured together right), in which they exaggerated the influence she wields in No 10. The Downing Street fightback came amid fears that Mr Cummings is planning to reveal the details of shocking private remarks that Mr Johnson is said to have made about the pandemic. His lurid comment was allegedly made shortly after he ordered November's second lockdown. He vowed never to repeat such draconian measures as he faced opposition from Tory backbenchers alarmed by the economic and social cost. Downing Street furiously denies that Mr Johnson made the graphic remark - in which he is said to have ruled out any more 'f****** lockdowns', regardless of the 'bodies'
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