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  1. 3 hours ago, Golden Retriever said:

    Today on the dreadful Lorraine show.

     

    I could only stomach one minute. In the first minute Jacinda Arden the puppet woke bitch in NZ is begging British

    tourists to return to NZ after one of the most harsh lock downs. I have utter contempt for the man woman

     

     

     

    I don't think it matters what we feel is behind all the evils in our reality. We can all agree this monster is a vile excuse for a biological life form.

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  2. 4 hours ago, Origin said:

    If you are not afraid of the unknown, sometimes the impossible happens. You will see something that most will never see. For me it is as familiar comparable to how others can see and understand planes, cars, trains. There is nothing comparable, on any level not even in the visions of the future what it has achieved. And if I can say one thing, it is that there is no other way than this. We are eons apart in development. It doesn't matter what religions or Nasa want people to believe. If something sees fit it will show itself to Humans. And it has always done so. 

    I consider myself very open minded. Certainly not afraid of the unknown. I also believe that I cant force things to happen. I could well be wrong.

    I think I was probably born questioning my reality and no amount of indoctrination has changed that. If anything it made me believe something was different even more.

     

  3. 31 minutes ago, Origin said:

    Interesting. I am sure that those who have nothing to do with the phenomenon do not have the slightest clue what certain people are dealing with. And 'our reality' does not exist. We are simply guests, or rather patients, on the playground provided. :) 

    I get this. Even though I've read vast amounts, I have no first hand experience. I've seen strange things with my telescope but no confirmation either way. As a result I try to be open minded.

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  4. Just now, kj35 said:

    Yes all our  vegetables are now our own home grown. Do you compost ? It's almost miraculous what even beginners like us get from garden waste. The allotment is great,  one chap there has had an allotment since he was 15 he is now 87,  on two walking sticks and still has an incredible allotment 3 times the size of ours. He's forgotten more than most ever knew. One unbreakable rule is cattle manure in September for winter mulch. The storing of seeds is something I would like to learn more about. 

    I compost everything which can be. luckily I have quite a few trees. This way I get a large amount of leaf compost, which is really nutritious.

    I have a friend nearby who has been growing veg for years as well. Like the Gentleman at your allotments this guy knows so much. Plus he love passing on his knowledge.

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  5. On 6/3/2022 at 6:01 PM, kj35 said:

    Allotment diary May 2022 northern hemisphere. Organic.

     

    Sowing.

     

    Runner beans gone in direct to soil

     

    Planting

     

    Sweetcorn raised to small plants gone in soil. Plant in blocks to ease pollination. Ditto Cavellero nero and winter cabbage. 

     

    Growing 

     

    Autumn sown onion sets growing well. Onion seed sown in April are kow size of spring onions. Potatoes growing really well. Kale pretty much over. Perpetual spinach croppoing daily.  Savoy cabbage finished purple sprouting broccoli finished. all been a triumph. Broad beans in flower no pods yet.

     

     

    Rosemary, bay leaves,  mint, lemon balm all doing well. 

     

     

     

    Harvesting

     

    Garlic harvested and drying for storage. Sping cut and come again. Fennel bulbs being picked already. 

     

    Seed collection savoy cabbage.

     

     

     

    Jobs

     

    Hoeing daily.

     

      Comfrey plant cut and put in black plastic bin. Cover with water and put lid on to create an organic fruit and flower feed.

     

    Net cabbage broccoli and cavellero nero to prevent pigron damage. 

     

     

    Tips

     

    Pull garlic when all leaves turn yellow/ brown. Must dry off to store or they will rot

     

     

    Insectwatch.

     

    Bumblebees evident harvesting pollen from nettle flowers and daffodils

     

    Pestwatch

     

    Aphids big problem as ladybirds late.  Some people use soapy water to kill off. 

     

    Only just read these posts. Sounds like you're doing real well!. I've been doing this for a few years now myself. 

    Im certainly more confidant in my planting etc now. One thing I've learned is to use everything except hygiene waste to aid me somehow or save me money.

    The other thing I enjoy is the storing of seeds and harvested food. Nothing like a meal which is straight from your own garden

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  6. 2 hours ago, Puzzle said:

    Hard to say it without looking like a full on loon. I type what I want to say and my concentration wavers to the point when I read it back it's fucking nonsense and nothing like what I wanted to say. I get what I call 'forced sleep' hitting me while I'm trying to do it. When I don't bother, the forced sleep is gone, just like that!

     

    It's just fucking pointless trying to get anything out and while I've had this going on for a long time, I'm fucking exhausted because there's only so much you can 'not let it bother you'

     

    I've snapped many times because it makes you angry. I taught myself to stop reacting and it helped but I don't wanna live like this anymore, it's not living.....I'm literally just waiting to die to get away from it, hoping it comes soon and I can tell you 100% I'm not depressed. It's because of what I know and what's been happening to me and what I can see isn't just being done to me anymore. How do you tell your loved ones you don't want to be here. How do you get them to understand it's not about them not being enough to want to stay, it's about wanting to protect them because you can't do that while your here.

     

    This won't make any sense to anyone because I can't get out the part that's needed to explain it.

    Respect for being honest about this. I hope you find a way to win this battle.

  7. 6 hours ago, Dr.FrankSmart said:

    Hello, everyone. Where can I find the forum guidelines or rules, please? What can or cannot be said on this platform? Is this a free speech forum, or are some issues, viewpoints, speculations, theories censored? Who are the moderators?

    Hi and welcome.

    The link above should be useful.  You should also read the Terms and Conditions.  

    obviously trolling and flaming aren’t cool.
    If a previously banned member makes a new account they would be removed regardless of quality of content.

     

    The main thing is, post with links where necessary and be polite and reasonable. 😁

    I am one of the mods. Pm if you have questions.

  8. 1 hour ago, Morpheus said:

    According to a recent study by the World Bank, published in the journal Nature, lockdowns and the response to Covid-19 have pushed an additional 75 million people into extreme poverty, living on less than US $1.90 a day

     

    https://brownstone.org/articles/lockdowns-harms-impossible-to-cover-up/

     

    Its so insulting when they do these studies. Like the normal man on women on Earth didn't know already 

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