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  1. 6 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:


    Yes, I've seen this site posted here a while back, it is certainly interesting now we have a year of data to look at.


    28 deaths in my area:



    I like the way they define these areas, not by postcode or council ward, but some other bizarre method, probably a way of 'balancing the numbers out better'.

    Would also be interesting if they put up the approximate total population in these areas, but then again it wouldn't really look like much of a 'pandemic'.


    The Billesley ward had a population of 19748 as of the 2011 Census. If I add the 22 deaths recorded in the neighbouring Billesley Common area, that gives me 50 deaths, or 0.253% of the local population, rough maths of course.



    Apparently there have been 559 covid deaths in Lambeth (where I live) since March 2020 https://beta.lambeth.gov.uk/coronavirus-covid-19/coronavirus-covid-19-lambeth/covid-19-stats. The population was 325,917 (mid 2018) meaning the percentage of deaths is 0.17152% Used this percentage calculator: https://www.percentagecalculator.co.uk/

  2. 2 hours ago, Macnamara said:


    that's probably why you have made a recovery. The people who don't recover from the flu all seem to have had the flu vaccine

    Yes that's my theory as well. I'm wondering how long it is before people who have taken the Covid vaccine end up in hospital with the virus. Maybe it's happening already although I'm sure they will keep that information quiet.

  3. 6 hours ago, Macnamara said:


    Glad to hear you have bounced back from your illness. I was just wondering if you have ever had the flu vaccine at any point?

    Thank you! No I have never had the flu vaccine. The only vaccinations I remember having was in the early 80s when I was bitten by a dog and had a tetanus. Also I recall were when I was at primary school I had the polio vaccine on a sugar lump plus something called BCG vaccination around that time .That's about it as far as I remember.

  4. 2 hours ago, Bast said:

    I had a virus about then too.  Not usually a person to get colds etc.  but this one hit me sideways.  I must have coughed non-stop for 3 weeks/ 24hrs  and it lingered for around 6 weeks.  I coughed so much in the first fortnight that I got double bloodshot whites to the eyes and hubby had to decamp to the spare room and even then he was awake all night with me hacking away!  Horrible.




    I caught a really nasty dose of something after going to The Electric in Brixton to see a band (MGMT) in December 2017. It was one of my rare social outings. Pretty much the next day I started to feel terrible. I was sweating profusely, had an awful cough and had absolutely no energy. My appetite went and I could barely eat for 10 days except grapes and a bit of soup. I was inhaling Olbas Oil/Vicks in hot water which is what I normally do if I have a cough. It was one of those coughs that once you start it's hard to stop. I spent most of the time sleeping which is what I normally do if I'm feeling unwell. Also I dosed myself up with paracetamol/codeine (not recommended long term). I was 67 at the time and it was easily the worst thing I've ever had. I actually lost a stone in weight (which I needed to do tbh). I didn't go to the doctors. I had so little energy I could barely struggle down to the shops. It took me about a month to get over the worst and another 2 months to get my energy levels back to normal. That was the last time I was really ill.


    Since the original lockdown I've been feeling pretty healthy although I was initially anxious after all the scaremongering on the TV/radio and the resulting  anxiety which can cause shortness of breath. But once I realised it was all hyped up I stopped worrying. I never watch the news because they are basically actors reading scripts. I'm sure they are trained in hypnosis as well. I live alone so I spend most of my time in self isolation anyway (I've been doing this for the last 5 years). I go for a daily walk and a trip to Lidl's twice a week. I take supplements which is something I've done most of my life and I eat fairly healthily. I've no idea what it was I caught when I went to the gig but it proves there are some nasty bugs out there and this one was possibly one of the worst I've experienced in my life.  

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  5. Pass me the sick bag 😒




    A giraffe has been given the name Margaret in honour of the first patient in the world to receive a Covid-19 vaccine outside clinical trials.

    Staff at Whipsnade Zoo chose the name as the female calf was born on Tuesday – the same day Margaret Keenan, 90, made history by receiving the Pfizer coronavirus jab in Coventry.

  6. I never tried DMT but I'm sure some of you have. Would taking DMT be a good idea if you're depressed? Ultimately it's more likely to wake people up than dumb them down. Which kind of goes against the general agenda nowadays?



    "UK regulators have given the go-ahead for the first clinical trial of the use of the psychedelic drug dimethyltriptamine (DMT) to treat depression.

    The trial will initially give the drug – known as the “spirit molecule” for the powerful hallucinogenic trips it induces – to healthy individuals, but it is expected to be followed by a second trial in patients with depression, where DMT will be given alongside psychotherapy."


    Full article here:





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  7. 22 minutes ago, rooey said:

    His woman makes mind polluting garbage music, he makes atmosphere polluting rockets and satellites whilst claiming to helping the planet by making expensive electrical cars which need lithium batteries. classic 'off set' and diversion. If he wasn't so dangerous we could just laugh at how much of a clown he is. 


    I always thought Grimes was overrated with her squeaky voice. Her musical output seems to have halted. I guess she's busy bringing up the kid or maybe having a neural interface fitted :-) 

  8. 1 hour ago, DarianF said:



    The interviewer is a true moron.

    Although there are some presenters (not Ian Collins) on Talk Radio question things. Ultimately they want to keep their job so I really they are just gatekeepers for the government. The enthusiasm that they talk about C19, lockdown and whatever else is staggering. Nicky Campbell on Radio 5 live and his cohort are 2 of the worst. I get the impression they are getting a real buzz out of this whole situation. Campbell talks as though he's having the greatest time of his life.

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  9. 1 hour ago, Basket Case said:

    The News on BBC6 radio are dissing no-vaxxers every hour... 😉 

    I really can't listen to any BBC radio channels because of this. Even Radio 4 extra which I used to like for old comedy shows has become woke.  The BBC is basically the Covid broadcasting service now. TalkSPORT is riddled with covid/vaccine propaganda and all the simp presenters are scared to say anything controversial. Laura Woods was in total ecstasy the other morning saying how happy she was that the vaccine was being released. 

  10. 35 minutes ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:


    I've never had a flu injection in my life and I've reached the age of 71.

    I got that barcode letter this morning and binned it instantly.

    I've never had a flu vaccination either and I'm 69 and I'm certainly not going to start having one now. I actually got that letter this morning as well with the barcode. The shredder awaits.

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  11. Ian Brown posted this on Twitter. It was in reply to someone called Martin Rossiter who as far as I can tell suggested that Ian Brown didn't have the qualifications to talk about the "virus"

    He's one  of the few " celebrities" who isn't scared of losing their career if they question the narrative. The silence is deafening and I can only guess that the reason the celebrities aren't talking out is because they are compromised in one way or another. More power to him. This is a fight between good and evil as simple as that. 



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  12. 3 hours ago, HAARPING_On said:

    Just watched this and can't believe how patronising that Sarah Jarvis was.

    Could this actually be the Government's "Gordon Brown -Gillian Duffy" moment and the start of the tide turning?

    Really hope so.

    What a patronising bitch that Sarah is!! Have you noticed how all the TV pundits and MP's seem to really get off on spouting the same old nonsense. This whole "pandemic" thing is a wet dream to them. I'm sure they go home and have a good wank afterwards or immediately the cameras are off (usually haha). 

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  13. Dan Wootton and Labour MP Chris Bryant (MP for Rhonda) have a disagreement over the effectiveness of coronavirus lockdowns. Props to Dan for holding his ground. Bryant when challenged started calling anyone who went against the narrative a "crackpot"



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