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On 5/1/2022 at 6:08 AM, alexa said:

Are landlines about to become extinct ?

My landline doesn't get hacked or stolen - and NEVER vibrates in my pocket during Tchaikovsky's Fifth: BT's Beattie MAUREEN LIPMAN gives a ringing defence of the home phone as it faces extinction

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MAUREEN LIPMAN: I hate with a passion the drug that I am addicted to. It is oblong, sits in a leatherette cover, at my bedside, in my handbag, and wants my attention like a chihuahua on heat.

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-10770979/BTs-Beattie-MAUREEN-LIPMAN-gives-ringing-defence-home-phone-faces-extinction.html

People are rapidly ditching lanelines and packages from bt and virg because they're always putting up the prices and virgin especially there is loads of downtime.

I know of 5 households who have ditched these for 4G routers with sim slot and unlimited data tariffs. Apparently 5g routers are still too expensive.

Also you can move house and get a sim slot router and data sim up and running next day where BT and Virg you usually have to wait a couple of weeks for a connection date.

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3 hours ago, factJack said:

People are rapidly ditching lanelines and packages from bt and virg because they're always putting up the prices and virgin especially there is loads of downtime.

I know of 5 households who have ditched these for 4G routers with sim slot and unlimited data tariffs. Apparently 5g routers are still too expensive.

Also you can move house and get a sim slot router and data sim up and running next day where BT and Virg you usually have to wait a couple of weeks for a connection date.

Thanks but I don't want wireless radiation in my home. Landlines avoid this. Broadband through a landline is perfectly adequate for most needs.

 

But they want it gone, because they want every home, every room in every home, every fucking part of every room in every home, bathed in this stuff. And it harms, as well as leaving you able to be tracked and controlled.

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Most based sheriff in America, Florida of course, told homeowners they're "more than welcome to shoot" intruders, in fact he "prefers it" as it "would save taxpayer money" as they won't be reoffending. Because the homeowner in question missed the intruder, the sheriff encouraged them to attend their weekend workshops to become better shots! hahaha

Good advice considering they've unleashed millions of aggressive ferals upon the American population, openly encouraged by the media and establishment, raping and killing with impunity.

 

Like clockwork, liberals and media kvetching and clutching their pearls.

Beautiful😚

The Red Elephants - Vincent James

MEDIA GOES BESERK AFTER SHERIFF TELLS CITIZENS TO SHOOT AND KILL CRIMINALS

10mins

https://www.bitchute.com/video/4BBoCaIZEhUK/

 

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23 hours ago, skitzorat said:

Most based sheriff in America, Florida of course, told homeowners they're "more than welcome to shoot" intruders, in fact he "prefers it" as it "would save taxpayer money" as they won't be reoffending. Because the homeowner in question missed the intruder, the sheriff encouraged them to attend their weekend workshops to become better shots! hahaha

Good advice considering they've unleashed millions of aggressive ferals upon the American population, openly encouraged by the media and establishment, raping and killing with impunity.

 

Like clockwork, liberals and media kvetching and clutching their pearls.

Beautiful😚

The Red Elephants - Vincent James

MEDIA GOES BESERK AFTER SHERIFF TELLS CITIZENS TO SHOOT AND KILL CRIMINALS

10mins

https://www.bitchute.com/video/4BBoCaIZEhUK/

 

 

We need more like him.

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On 5/1/2022 at 6:08 AM, alexa said:

Are landlines about to become extinct ?

My landline doesn't get hacked or stolen - and NEVER vibrates in my pocket during Tchaikovsky's Fifth: BT's Beattie MAUREEN LIPMAN gives a ringing defence of the home phone as it faces extinction

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MAUREEN LIPMAN: I hate with a passion the drug that I am addicted to. It is oblong, sits in a leatherette cover, at my bedside, in my handbag, and wants my attention like a chihuahua on heat.

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-10770979/BTs-Beattie-MAUREEN-LIPMAN-gives-ringing-defence-home-phone-faces-extinction.html

 

On 5/2/2022 at 6:07 PM, factJack said:

People are rapidly ditching lanelines and packages from bt and virg because they're always putting up the prices and virgin especially there is loads of downtime.

I know of 5 households who have ditched these for 4G routers with sim slot and unlimited data tariffs. Apparently 5g routers are still too expensive.

Also you can move house and get a sim slot router and data sim up and running next day where BT and Virg you usually have to wait a couple of weeks for a connection date.

 

On 5/2/2022 at 9:16 PM, Anti Facts Sir said:

Thanks but I don't want wireless radiation in my home. Landlines avoid this. Broadband through a landline is perfectly adequate for most needs.

 

But they want it gone, because they want every home, every room in every home, every fucking part of every room in every home, bathed in this stuff. And it harms, as well as leaving you able to be tracked and controlled.

 

Landline phones are not becoming 'extinct' - there are plans to switch off the analogue phone carrier network in the UK in the next few years or so, but you'll still be able to have a fixed landline phone, only difference being that it will be a 'digital' line provided via your broadband, my understanding is that it is similar to if not the same as VOIP (voice over internet protocol) devices.

 

I believe that Virgin Media here in the UK already provides this - my broadband router provided by them has ports for digital phones to connect to, though I opted for a 'broadband only' package with them, so no cable TV or phone line for me. If people want to call me, they can do so on my mobile phone, which I hardly use to be honest.

 

At my old property, I did have broadband and a BT phone line provided by Plusnet. It was crazy because (at the time) you were forced to pay something like £14.99 a month just for 'line rental', so I did have a landline phone which I didn't really use. Vast majority of calls I received on that phone though were from cold-callers (though I rarely gave that number to anybody) so in all fairness I really now don't miss having a landline phone now.

 

There seems to be some misconceptions about phone lines, landlines and broadband connections.

 

For people using the BT network (ie your modem/router connects to a phone socket via an ADSL splitter), your broadband (internet) uses digital signals, while your 'landline' phone uses analogue signals. They are both received through the same cables connected to your home. It is the analogue system that will be turned off. You'll still be able to use a newer 'digital' phone as a landline phone.

 

Most current analogue landline phones are already 'cordless' though (DECT), being connected wirelessly to a base unit, so I'm not sure why there's a sudden concern about wireless radiation.

 

 

 

 

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Cheers GO, that will put my folks' minds at rest, they still use a corded landline.

 

And we've avoided DECT (and Smartphones) ever since they came along, because of the wireless issue. They're notorious for giving off loads of crap.

 

Wired's the only way to be. Good that this needn't change.

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Hmmm....

 

Birmingham Dogs Home forced to close after virus outbreak

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A dogs home has had to close temporarily after an outbreak of parvovirus in its kennels.

Birmingham Dogs Home said it will be closed for three weeks to reduce the risk of the virus spreading.

Parvovirus is highly contagious and attacks cells in dogs' intestines. It can be fatal if left untreated.

From: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-birmingham-61326547

 

They're coming for your pets... again!

 

During the Covid 'pandemic' and lockdowns, there were reports about cats and dogs being 'abandoned' because of 'fears' about Covid, blah blah.

 

This puts a new spin on things though:

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Last month, Birmingham Dogs Home said its rescue centres were "completely full" as more owners made the decision to give up their pets as a result of the cost of living crisis.

So now we have people giving up their pets because they can't afford to feed and look after them.

 

Which is really sad to hear to be honest.

 

Now I don't want to be jumping to conclusions, but I do find it a LITTLE odd that now this dogs home finds itself being overwhelmed with given up or abandoned dogs (and presumably the demand to rehome such poor animals has died off, if more people find themselves unable to afford to keep them), suddenly some 'virus' has appeared which admittedly I've never heard of before, but maybe because I've never had the joy of having a dog as a pet and companion.

 

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"The health of all the dogs in our care is our top priority," the charity said.

Well, they would say that. 🤔

 

Lets just speculate for a moment, and consider that if the dogs home is 'closed' due to a virus outbreak, any number of 'residents' could fall ill and die as a result. (It may not have been the 'virus' that killed them, wink wink)

 

Perhaps this is how the mass culling of pets begins...

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16 minutes ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Cheers GO, that will put my folks' minds at rest, they still use a corded landline.

 

And we've avoided DECT (and Smartphones) ever since they came along, because of the wireless issue. They're notorious for giving off loads of crap.

 

Wired's the only way to be. Good that this needn't change.

 

No problem, I think you may find that it becomes difficult to find a digital phone that is 'corded' (ie isn't cordless) that's all.

 

I've not really looked into it myself to be honest, as I've said already I personally prefer not to have a 'landline' phone, and I've certainly not missed it in the last near four years living where I am now.

 

But I'm sure there'll be someone out there who's come up with a corded digital phone (hopefully!) because I do appreciate concerns that some people may have.

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Oops 😂

 

This is your co-pilot speaking... I'm only a trainee! Virgin jet to New York is forced to turn back to Heathrow after captain is told first officer had not completed his training

The Airbus A330, just 40 minutes into its flight, was ordered to return to Heathrow. Passengers landed in the US almost three hours later than planned while a replacement was found.

DM

 

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Wild West Germany: Hells Angels biker club shootout with migrant clan leaves 4 wounded, 15 arrests made
https://rmx.news/article/chaos-in-germany-hells-angels-biker-gang-shootout-with-migrant-clan-leaves-4-wounded-15-arrested/

 

VIDEO: Illegal immigrant smashes French female police officer’s head into parked car in Paris
https://rmx.news/article/video-illegal-immigrant-smashes-french-female-police-officers-head-into-parked-car-in-paris/

 

France: Nigerian squatters terrorize 60 residents into leaving their homes in Marseille
https://rmx.news/article/france-nigerian-gangs-and-squatters-terrorize-60-residents-into-leaving-their-homes-in-marseille/

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On 5/4/2022 at 8:36 PM, Grumpy Owl said:

Hmmm....

 

Birmingham Dogs Home forced to close after virus outbreak

Generic rescue dog pic

 

Perhaps this is how the mass culling of pets begins...

 

I wouldn't be surprised if they tried, the videos from china were disturbing. Cats & dogs require a meat industry for their food which is one of the main targets for the NWO.

 

 

 

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Just now, truepositive said:

Age restricted video 🙃

But like Fluke said, perhaps it can be a good thing as well as bad.

 

Well I don't wanna get into a fight with a couple police officers & a pair of twats in hazmat's over a pet tbh. 

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13 minutes ago, The Old Knight said:

 

Well I don't wanna get into a fight with a couple police officers & a pair of twats in hazmat's over a pet tbh. 

 

I would.

 

A ‘pet’?  A sentient being who has been a part of your life; and if you’re a decent being yourself, you have given them love and vice verse.

 

 I don’t know where humans get off thinking they are the be all and end all of this world.

 

Not having a go at you.

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11 minutes ago, jedidiah said:

 

I would.

 

A ‘pet’?  A sentient being who has been a part of your life; and if you’re a decent being yourself, you have given them love and vice verse.

 

 I don’t know where humans get off thinking they are the be all and end all of this world.

 

Not having a go at you.

Don't mind the old knight his Chinese 

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Well they're part of my family but they're still pets, "I don’t know where humans get off thinking they are the be all and end all of this world." Not sure what you mean.

 

If they did show up one day and demand you hand your little friends over would prison time really be worth it? 

 

 

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Just now, The Old Knight said:

Well they're part of my family but they're still pets, "I don’t know where humans get off thinking they are the be all and end all of this world." Not sure what you mean.

 

If they did show up one day and demand you hand your little friends over would prison time really be worth it? 

 

 

 

I mean humans think they’re superior, more important than other species.

 

If it ever comes to them showing up for that, I - and my little friends - would be long gone; I have my exit strategy planned.

 

Taking peoples pets is a declaration of war in my book; anything goes in that situation; ie, I’d take them out before I’d hand over.

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'partner in truth'?  Are people not just sick of the bullshit yet?

 

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Psaki chokes up as she introduces her 'partner in truth' Karine Jean-Pierre as Biden's new press secretary: Openly-LGBTQ deputy will be first black woman to take job on May 13 - when Jen leaves and likely goes to MSNBC

  • The White House broke the news in a Thursday afternoon statement that also reveals current Press Secretary Jen Psaki is departing on May 13
  • Biden lauded Jean-Pierre as a 'strong voice' in his administration 
  • 'She is passionate. She is smart and she has a moral core that makes her not just a great colleague, but an amazing Mom and human,' Psaki said 
  • Psaki told reporters she was trying not to cry as she introduced her successor 
  • She refused to comment on her future amid speculation she is going to MSNBC
  • Anita Dunn is returning to her old role as a senior Biden White House adviser 

By Elizabeth Elkind, Politics Reporter For Dailymail.Com

Published: 20:43, 5 May 2022 | Updated: 03:03, 6 May 2022

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10787259/Biden-announces-Karine-Jean-Pierre-replace-Jen-Psaki-new-press-secretary.html

 

New White House press secretary sparks fresh ethical dilemma for CNN: Psaki replacement Karine Jean-Pierre's partner is CNN political reporter Suzanne Malveaux - as critics liken conflict of interest to Chris Cuomo scandal

  • Karine Jean-Pierre, 44, was announced on Thursday as the next White House press secretary, taking over from Jen Psaki on May 13
  • Born in Martinique to Haitian parents, Jean-Pierre grew up in New York and is the first black woman and the first gay person in the role
  • She lives with her partner, CNN's national correspondent, Suzanne Malveaux, and their seven-year-old daughter, Soleil
  • While many were celebrating the historic nature of her appointment, others noted that it poses questions of a conflict of interest
  • Breitbart's editor-in-chief said it was 'one of many examples of the corporate media LITERALLY in bed with the government it covers' 

By Harriet Alexander For Dailymail.com

Published: 04:52, 6 May 2022 | Updated: 08:28, 6 May 2022

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10787997/New-WH-press-sec-sparks-ethical-dilemma-Karine-Jean-Pierres-partner-CNN-reporter.html

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