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  1. I've noticed the quality of milk has dive-bombed since they went from glass pint bottles from the local dairy to "big dairy" in huge plastic containers. The milk often leaves a bitter aftertaste in the mouth and it's thin and sugary, nothing like the pints from the milkman, remember scooping the cream off the top? So God knows how bad that plastic container supermarket milk will taste once it's past the use by date. I don't trust anything the big supermarkets do, it smacks of selling us shite and even lower quality milk. I'm trying to cut down on milk anyway, for the reasons stated above, I don't think it's the healthy superfood it used to be.
  2. The "virus" always seems to wait for people to get to hospital before it kills them. That's if any of these deathbed regret stories are even true. How do people supposedly fighting for their lives have time and the inclination to give a final deathbed regret story, and who are they telling, and who is reporting it? In their final hours they're supposedly telling doctors and nurses that they were "anti vaxers", such absolute horseshit.
  3. One of wee Jimmy Krankie's wet dreams. I reckon the Scots won't allow it though.
  4. "They" are doing what they're doing because their backs are against the wall. We are the tidal wave rushing towards them, and try as they might there is nothing they can do to stop us.
  5. It's funny that according to the scumbags running this whole charade people who aren't jabbed are everything under the sun from selfish to idiots etc. everything except at risk from a virus apparently. They know full well there is no virus, that's why they're always flouting the so called rules. Well he's calling himself an idiot because he's not been vaccinated either!
  6. Oh yeah, I've got that feeling, don't know if I'm ready for it, but fuck it we'll just have to cross those bridges when we come to them.
  7. I go for daily walks, 3 or 4 miles a day, various routes at different times, no ambulances anywhere. Although a car crashed into a barrier at the top of our road but that was more than likely chavs, we get a fair amount of those types around here. Time will tell, what's going to happen will happen, and the government will have to stop their lockdown/opening up again cycle at some point. I reckon it will all come to a head in 2022 maybe.
  8. How come people are dying in hospitals and old people's homes, but not at home? I haven't seen one body being taken out of a house, in fact I haven't seen ambulances all over the place taking people into hospital either, everyone in my street is still alive as far as I know including the ones who pootle about on mobility scooters with ciggies hanging out of their mouths. There is no virus, it's a load of bollocks.
  9. This was the most spiritual part of your day. I don't think you'll find God in church, you'll find God on your river walks, in the bird life along that stretch and in the low flying geese along the water, and you'll find God right there in your love and appreciation of the beauty of it. That's what you should hold onto.
  10. I saw this vid the other day and what you said reminded me of it. This wisdom is so profound and simple that in this day and age it's almost a revelation. It's balm for the soul.
  11. Over the past almost two years now I've sat and waited and often wondered what to do about all this, I couldn't quite see a clear path forward, but over the past few days I've started to realise that the best course of action for me is to learn about growing food and becoming self sufficient. I have a tv and game consoles, a cupboard full of dvd's, etc. so I've been a part of the whole entertainment distraction loop, but no more, now is the time for work and focus and paying attention to what's real and necessary. It's time to come together and get back to nature. Nature isn't a tourist destination that we visit on occasion, we are a part of nature, we are supposed to live nature, not observe it from a distance on our couches watching it on the tele.
  12. Yeah, pop culture is a weapon used to destroy real culture. I've seen youtubers sitting in rooms stacked floor to ceiling with action figures and all sorts of other merchandise from movies and tv shows and all that, and what does any of it mean? What does it amount to? Nothing. Who are we as people? Have many of us just become fans of such and such a movie, this band, that band, that tv show. look at my t-shirt with my favourite video game character on it. This realisation is another step in my own awakening, there's a letting go taking place and a desire to reconnect with who I'm supposed to be, who I really am. A desire to reconnect with nature. We're natural beings living in a most unnatural way, it's no wonder so many of us have addictions and mental heath problems. What's that quote "it's no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society". That's another thing, each successive generation born over the past few decades with less and less skills. So many of us don't know how to fix things, cook, grow vegetables and that kind of thing. There's no bomb on earth that could have wrought devastation like this. What we're going through now though is a great opportunity to learn skills and become independent, and to develop proper communities again, to become more spiritual as well. This period is scary and insane but at the same time I feel a great sense of inner peace. There's a lot of hard work to do and I hardly know where to start, but that's the path now laid out before me, before all of us really, so let's get on with it I say!
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