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1 hour ago, Shake said:

Sad but true. Kids born in the 80s were better than the 90s though. Three television channels if we were lucky and miminal technology.

 

The 70s were probably better than the 80s though

The 80s, I miss those years. (Getting older😆)

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4 hours ago, SimonTV said:

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Its still baffling how they got away with this crap.

Disease is defined by symptoms.

The deception is self evident and belies the depth and magnitude of populations cognitive dissonance and the power of programming.

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21 minutes ago, Greenhulk50 said:

I used to think living in the 80s was bad living under Thatcher but it's no comparison to now, I would go back to the 80s in a second,  2021 is a living hell and I think it's gonna get worse , I would say nothing has felt right since 2007 it feels like Dark forces are at work and there is a horrible vibe in the air.

Likewise. Under Thatcher, it was difficult north of the border but compared to these days much better. 

 

No "woke snowflakes" interfering for starters

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7 minutes ago, Shake said:

Likewise. Under Thatcher, it was difficult north of the border but compared to these days much better. 

 

No "woke snowflakes" interfering for starters

In the 80s the music was great and fantastic movies , I miss going down to my local video shop and hiring VHS videos, now everyone watches Netflix which is full of soul destroying propaganda, we didn't have shitty fast food takeaways and delivery like justeat , we only had a chippy and a Chinese .

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2 minutes ago, Greenhulk50 said:

In the 80s the music was great and fantastic movies , I miss going down to my local video shop and hiring VHS videos, now everyone watches Netflix which is full of soul destroying propaganda, we didn't have shitty fast food takeaways and delivery like justeat , we only had a chippy and a Chinese .

Had a great 80s upbringing. Didn't see a fast food chain in site and neighbours actually left their doors open because there was trust. Now the latest brain surgeons and rocket scientists have ruined that.

 

Anyway I didn't mean to derail this thread 

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11 minutes ago, Shake said:

Had a great 80s upbringing. Didn't see a fast food chain in site and neighbours actually left their doors open because there was trust. Now the latest brain surgeons and rocket scientists have ruined that.

 

Anyway I didn't mean to derail this thread 

I think an occasional break to remember just how good different eras were is important.

 

Seeing today through those lenses is vital, lest we gradually lose sight of just how boiling hot this pot we're all in is.

 

For many, it's lukewarm and quite cozy. These can't remember two years ago, let alone 40 or 50.

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2 minutes ago, Saved said:

I think an occasional break to remember just how good different eras were is important.

 

Seeing today through those lenses is vital, lest we gradually lose sight of just how boiling hot this pot we're all in is.

 

For many, it's lukewarm and quite cozy. These can't remember two years ago, let alone 40 or 50.

When times were good, there is always a sinister plot to destroy it. The snakes hate seeing good things, hence these satanic jabs. 

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1 hour ago, Tunique said:

The 80s, I miss those years. (Getting older😆)

 

40 or 30 odd years ago, comedy was funny (even hilarious). Comedy (or so-called 'comedy) nowadays just aint funny anymore. Bring back Basil Fawlty, Monty Python, Tommy Cooper, Steve Hughes and the likes of Billy Conolly.  I guess we are mandated to have no sense of humour for now.

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On Facebook I am friends with people who I completely disagree with, it's interesting to see their take on things. There's this one woman, complete red, pro-vax, wetting her knickers about parents who have PCR tested positive and still have the audacity to collect their kids from school. Anyway, a link she posted...

 

Inside the Radicalised Anti-Vaxxer Network
‘Influencing’ Government Vaccine Advisory Panel

Nafeez Ahmed and Karam Bales
1 October 2021
 

 

https://bylinetimes.com/2021/10/01/inside-the-radicalised-anti-vaxxer-network-influencing-government-vaccine-advisory-panel/?fbclid=IwAR08lyooNDRWSFImWFyenxXqMU8B8ZcKk7Momg8MTKe32waBmSQCr5pATBo

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1 hour ago, Anders said:

 

40 or 30 odd years ago, comedy was funny (even hilarious). Comedy (or so-called 'comedy) nowadays just aint funny anymore. Bring back Basil Fawlty, Monty Python, Tommy Cooper, Steve Hughes and the likes of Billy Conolly.  I guess we are mandated to have no sense of humour for now.

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I have sour aftertaste reading Cleese tweets. 

Today we had appointment with the dentist. We had to call reception from the parking place. I couldn't connect so the lady opened the door and told me to call again for 'risk assessment'. I then answered covid questions... Then lady opened the door again...

Monty Python was documentary. Nothing to laugh at... 😞

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Feedback from someone we know... In Ontario Canada concrete companies have been contracted to take loads of concrete to the far north of Ontario to ''camps''. This is what the companies and the employees are told these facilities are. They have also been told not to discuss these places with anyone. Of course most Canadians do discuss what goes on with there work...especially to friends.

 

I am trying to find out the actual location...but apparently it is really far north in the most remote areas....where anyone leaving on foot would be eaten alive... should be able to find out the location soon.

 

Wondering why the need to be so far north ??

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1 hour ago, Beaujangles said:

Feedback from someone we know... In Ontario Canada concrete companies have been contracted to take loads of concrete to the far north of Ontario to ''camps''. This is what the companies and the employees are told these facilities are. They have also been told not to discuss these places with anyone. Of course most Canadians do discuss what goes on with there work...especially to friends.

 

I am trying to find out the actual location...but apparently it is really far north in the most remote areas....where anyone leaving on foot would be eaten alive... should be able to find out the location soon.

 

Wondering why the need to be so far north ??

I’d imagine it’s so far north so if anyone escaped, they wouldn’t survive 

 

i cant find any news on this, you’ll have to keep us updated 

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