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  1. numnuts


    If Jimmy Savile managed to do his underpants every night, then so can we. And he didn't even have a tumble dryer to fall back on.
  2. Surely, it can't be appropriate to lump in the above woman's sudden death with a load of stabbings. And, what's with the 'found near railway' bit? What's that got to do with anything? She died on a pavement in a street. It's almost as if aspersions are being cast on her character! https://www.mylondon.news/news/east-london-news/london-sees-36-hours-violence-26037295 'London sees 36 hours of violence and tragedy as 6 stabbed and woman's body found near railway.'
  3. https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1724043/husband-wife-death-baby-pregnant-child-news-latest 'Husband dies suddenly in sleep as wife pregnant with child only months after marriage.'
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    The internet is divided! https://www.ok.co.uk/lifestyle/pyjamas-not-washed-everyday-tiktok-29004132 'Woman leaves internet divided after admitting she doesn't wash pyjamas after every wear.'
  5. Final warning! https://www.express.co.uk/news/royal/1724444/prince-william-royal-family-yougov-poll-future-king-charles-monarchy-end 'William warned he could never rise to throne after crushing poll against Royal Family.' 'The latest YouGov surveys claim the Firm’s standing has taken a hit, with a slump in British people expressing pride for monarchy from 55 percent in September to 43 percent in January.' (LOL.)
  6. Thinking about it, I wouldn't be at all surprised to learn that Caroline 'Spookus' Lucas taught here this stunt.
  7. I have been about as up close and personal, with Tim Peake, as it is possible to get with a fellow human being. Despite the age gap and considering the loud moaning sounds he was making, during our liaison, he did seem to have a strained smile on his face and was possibly even enjoying the painful experience. From Numnuts, with love... https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-64346185 'Britain's Tim Peake retires from European astronaut corps.'
  8. He has been officially classed as missing for 8 days now. I can't help but 'wonder', whether he may have suffered a cardiac arrest. Who knows, but I think that it is probably the most likely explanation. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-64355191 'Julian Sands: Police resume air search for missing British actor.'
  9. Without his accompanying hand gestures, which seem to inspire him, I don't think he would know what to say. I am not sure who is worse, him or Bill Gates.
  10. And what are the chances that this story would also come out yesterday? Allegedly... https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11658007/Leeds-hospital-incident-Bomb-disposal-unit-called-St-James-man-arrested-terror-police.html 'Man, 27, held over security scare at Leeds maternity wing was arrested on suspicion of firearms and explosives offences after he was found with 'suspicious device', counter-terror police say.' 'Police have arrested a 27-year-old man after he was allegedly seen with a firearm and a suspicious package at a hospital's maternity wing.'
  11. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-11657279/New-bird-flu-pandemic-fears-virologists-sound-alarm-worrisome-spread.html 'New bird flu pandemic fears as top virologists sound alarm over 'worrisome' spread of killer virus in mink - and say it raises chilling prospect that H5N1 could jump to humans and sweep planet.'
  12. What are the chances that this story would also come out yesterday? And why would he take photographs of police officers? What a crock of shit. As for filming the side entrance of a police station. Err, yeah. https://www.peterboroughmatters.co.uk/news/national/23265227.teenager-wanted-torture-mutilate-soldiers-admits-terror-plot/ 'Teenager who wanted to ‘torture and mutilate’ soldiers admits terror plot.' 'Twice between March and May, 2022, he took a photograph of police officers in Stratford and on a third occasion filmed the side entrance of Stratford Police Station as he walked past.' 'At an earlier hearing, prosecutor Gillian Curl had said that no “specific act of terrorism” had been identified.' 'Concerns about King’s mindset were reported to police, and it was those reports that led to King being investigated and his attack planning being discovered.'
  13. When I read that, I immediately thought it might be a euphemism for Hampstead, but it wasn't. However, maybe she did slip up on some unswept leaves. Maybe a close-up of Keir's blocked ringpiece?
  14. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11659171/Woman-46-dead-leafy-London-suburb-police-probe-unexpected-death.html 'Police probe unexpected death in leafy London suburb as woman, 46, is found dead in street.' 'Metropolitan Police said the woman's death was 'unexpected' and is pressing on with further enquiries about the incident at Yester Road - where homes can be priced at over £1 million.'
  15. Or Steve Jobbed. If only they had gone 10% higher, with their estimate, then we might have been able to take them seriously. More like a cross between Dr. Shillary Jones and Cunt Dracula. Of course and she doesn't even have to hop across the Tasman Sea, for a spot of redemption. She just needs to quote someone making a comment about 'The Holocaust', then make her own comment on the said quote and, finally, have her mass media buddies blatantly misrepresent both what she quoted and her comment on the said quote. Everyone will then indignantly focus on the mass media blunders, forgot everything she has ever done wrong and she will be seen as a retiring war hero. I have replied to you directly, on the dedicated thread about this subject. https://forum.davidicke.com/index.php?/topic/30499-thought-criminal-banged-up/
  16. I am not sure what you mean. I have no doubt that he was 'nudged' in the 'right' direction though, at this or that stage.
  17. This reminds me of the repeated efforts by the PTB, many years ago now, in relation to trying to secure an 'Airline Terror Plot' conviction. They were really desperate just to get at least one so-called 'Covid' terrorist on the books. P.S. Maybe he was a Daily Masonical reader?
  18. Since when did they care about 'patient confidentiality'? Hancock wanted all G.P. surgeries to hand over all of their patient records, so as to have them put on to a central database. We were reliably assured that they would all be anonymised, after they got hold of them, though. I still vividly remember Marianna Spring announcing this policy on BBC News. In the autumn of 2021, I think it was, and she didn't seem to be at all bothered by it either. One would have thought that there was a caveat of just addressing things judged to have been taken out of context or deliberately quoted only in part to give the wrong impression etc.. But no, anything deemed 'anti-vax' could go, even stuff from the U.K. government website that was quoted in full. This was well exemplified by Facebook censoring an article by the BMJ, with their courtesy explanation seemingly constructed by someone who couldn't even string two sentences together. I missed that. Yes, quite suspect. Indeed, classic PTB inversion. This post got me thinking. After it became obvious to at least 'some' of the sheeple, as to what these vaccines were doing, then I wonder...
  19. They need to justify both the continued existence and expansion of the 'National Counter Terrorism Policing Network'. Hence, they need some 'customers' to be seen to be dealing with. The role of MI5 is to provide them with these 'customers'. Invariably, folks who never would have done anything to anyone, but they just need to be portrayed as 'plotting' to get rounded up. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Counter_Terrorism_Policing_Network
  20. 'If' they do indeed exist, then quite possibly. My money is on it being bullshit though, as, in my mind, there is so much bullshit already identified. It 'could' be true, but, I am like 90% that no NHS consultant ever told him anything of the sort.
  21. Maybe he was planning to drive down a motorway, with a pair of wire cutters? I mean, why go to all the trouble of invading Westminster and tossing around a few bits of paper to topple the government, when you don't really need to. Sunak must have been taken to a bunker by now.
  22. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-64298318 'Covid: Shielding woman pays £2,000 for immunity-boosting drug.' 'Abigail had six Covid vaccines but her body failed to produce the antibodies needed to fight the virus.'
  23. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-64330670 'Covid: Half a million people missed out on heart drugs.' 'Dr Sonya Babu-Narayan, Associate Medical Director at the British Heart Foundation and consultant cardiologist, said: "Yet again we're seeing clear evidence of the major disruption to healthcare people in the UK experienced during the Covid-19 pandemic".'
  24. Regardless of what Sir Cecil had to say, I think the upshot is that Mr. Overmars is quite ill.
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