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k_j_evans

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  1. You know I had a headache yesterday amd my arm itches, so I must have caught monkeypox. It's so unfair, I've been nowhere near Hartlepool (local centre of past monkey abuse)
  2. Ah, we gave up on IBM and went with ICL (as Fujitsu were then) so used ICL NRX not AIX (but that's a few years on from my Xenix days) - instead of having nice easy to understand IP addresses we had give terminals addresses in binary using dip switches, and twiddles to printers drivers were done in octal - not even hex! The height of sophistication was amber text instead of green.
  3. Well, all the oldies will be fine as we all had smallpox vaccine as kids and have had chickenpox
  4. Well, I'm old enough to remember the Microsoft version of Unix - called Xenix - which we used to use as a multi user platform for our financial services software. It was actually quite decent. You had to write your own printer drivers in order to get a GBP sign, but you had to do that on SCO Unix, too. Neither of those was free.
  5. Seems like a good reason to use old non-tech machinery. Surely there must be someone around who still knows how to steer a tractor? Perhaps all those "work from home" public sector workers could be drafted in to harvest veg. Then they'd know what a day's work actually meant.
  6. Ha, I have a hasmat suit (from a paranoid boss) left over from covid days, so no one will be able to tell if I have blisters
  7. We didn't have those - didn't really work. I went to boarding school and it still took 3 outbreaks before I managed to catch chickenpox - and all the kids were together all day and all night
  8. Well, at least if you wear a mask and gloves no one would be able to see if you had pustules and should be isolated. Might be a plan.
  9. Masks only work if you put them round your - er - bits... cling film might be better
  10. Aren't humans a native primate species?
  11. Oohh scary. So that's about 1 in 6231656 with it. Boring!
  12. Plus, according to mainstream "science" the vaxx can trigger latent herpes to produce shingles, which is just the same "virus" as chicken pox, which is probably the same as monkey pox, so ...
  13. ooohhh, it's spreading. Seven cases in a population of how many billions?
  14. But he actually seems to be warning against NWO. Remember that these guys are the Jewish version of the Amish - no mobile phones, TV or internet
  15. It shouldn't leave a hole, just a horizontal scar, but maybe they bodged removing a large goitre
  16. Hmmm, breast feed, you know it makes sense.
  17. Apparently they can. https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/323620
  18. It's apparently usual with SSRIs to feel numbness after 30 mins and many never get feeling back. Read Dr David Healy's blog - there's a lot of it (he's a mainstream shrink, but on the patients' side) https://davidhealy.org/blog/ MAiD in Canada is particularly distressing
  19. In my young day, chips were not cooked in sunflower oil - dreadful stuff - causes cancer etc, too many omega 6s, highly inflammatory. So why don't they cook chips in something else? It's about time we did something to bring back British farming.
  20. Simple truths . me .uk does soap, skin care and other products made with colloidal silver and no nasties
  21. You really want President Blair??? At least the lizard royals can be mostly ignored. A president would insist on being listened to. ewww!!
  22. Yes, instead of giving back a handout, central govt could have told councils to reduce council tax bills (or have their central govt payments stopped) - more efficient and cheaper. Really, Councils should have given everyone a rebate for services not received during 2020 and 2021.
  23. All those people who didn't realise that if you can work from home your job can be done more cheaply on another continent, if it needs to be done at all. But if ministers were really concerned, they'd make all MPs take a 25% pay cut - and they'd still be earning way more than the average wage.
  24. Like me - not that my family is aristocratic or rich, but you'd think I was Welsh.
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