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Just now, shadowmoon said:

This virus is so dangerous that we have to wear a mask because we might spread it to somebody, but we also have to skewer the back of somebody’s throat to find it..something doesn't add up, right?

 

Funny that, not to mention a really long cotton bud right up the nose to find the highly contagious and dangerous virus, which to stay safe you must maintain a distance of 2 metres from anybody else.

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19 minutes ago, Orange Alert said:

 

Funny that, not to mention a really long cotton bud right up the nose to find the highly contagious and dangerous virus, which to stay safe you must maintain a distance of 2 metres from anybody else.

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Self testing is not the same guidance. Just about inch into nose and both tonsils through mouth. Don’t know why it’s so different.

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10 hours ago, Saved said:

Been past this one in Birmingham on numerous occasions - morning, night and day - and only ever see goons in florescent jackets. Might have to stake it out for a whole eight hours to get a more accurate picture. It's right in the middle of a student area.

 

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Whereabouts is that, I'm guessing Selly Oak?

 

There's one popped up in Sparkhill on Alfred Road car park recently, and I keep meaning to go and have a closer look sometime. I can see it from my bus while on Stoney Lane, usually all I see are one or two people in hi-vis standing by the gates, never seen anyone walking towards it or going in...

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5 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

Whereabouts is that, I'm guessing Selly Oak?

 

There's one popped up in Sparkhill on Alfred Road car park recently, and I keep meaning to go and have a closer look sometime. I can see it from my bus while on Stoney Lane, usually all I see are one or two people in hi-vis standing by the gates, never seen anyone walking towards it or going in...

This one is by Aston University - ten minute walk from the city centre, three buses stop right outside it, two minute walk for thousands of students.

 

With its positioning and accessibility, it should be inundated with people.

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I bet quite a few here know about this already pre-hack of the forum, but for those that may not:
In February 2020 Supreme Court ruled lockdown in a specific case unlawful.  (I've only skim read it so far) but this actually went ahead and was ruled unlawful.  Imagine this ruling granted as 'unlawful' for 67.886,000 people in the UK?

 

... Or even 7.8 billion in the world?


Here:  https://www.supremecourt.uk/cases/docs/uksc-2018-0137-judgment.pdf

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I lost my sense of smell in March, when I had a cold. Not only it hasn't returned, but it has gotten worse, so much so that I can barely smell anything at all right now. It is very uncomfortable, because aside from not being able to taste food, I can't smell if anything is off or burning, and I can't even smell myself or grass or the sea :( It's not fun at all. I have tried smelling essential oils as suggested on various places online, every day and night, and it hasn't improved at all. I have been tested negative for Covid-19, but that doesn't mean anything to me. I am looking everywhere and nobody can help... GPs don't know anything :( Can anyone help?

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10 minutes ago, atenea said:

I lost my sense of smell in March, when I had a cold. Not only it hasn't returned, but it has gotten worse, so much so that I can barely smell anything at all right now. It is very uncomfortable, because aside from not being able to taste food, I can't smell if anything is off or burning, and I can't even smell myself or grass or the sea :( It's not fun at all. I have tried smelling essential oils as suggested on various places online, every day and night, and it hasn't improved at all. I have been tested negative for Covid-19, but that doesn't mean anything to me. I am looking everywhere and nobody can help... GPs don't know anything :( Can anyone help?

Try 2 table spoons of pure honey a day. That should clear it. It has to be pure though, not refined, as you need all the natural goodness to be left alone. Also I'd take vitamin C. 👍🏻

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17 minutes ago, atenea said:

I lost my sense of smell in March, when I had a cold. Not only it hasn't returned, but it has gotten worse, so much so that I can barely smell anything at all right now. It is very uncomfortable, because aside from not being able to taste food, I can't smell if anything is off or burning, and I can't even smell myself or grass or the sea :( It's not fun at all. I have tried smelling essential oils as suggested on various places online, every day and night, and it hasn't improved at all. I have been tested negative for Covid-19, but that doesn't mean anything to me. I am looking everywhere and nobody can help... GPs don't know anything :( Can anyone help?

take 1/2 gram of full spectrum hemp oil a day, you probably have  a brain tumor or parkinsons maybe

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2 hours ago, oneantisworthtenofyou said:

 

I think its the exact opposite the reason why it's still going on is because people

are wearing masks and complying

without reason common sense and any questioning

blind obedience 

 

if people stopped complying (wearing masks) is a start

and quit believing in the government propaganda that creates fear and paranoia

the fiction would end

 

What I meant was that people will blame those who don't wear masks. I know it is all bullshit. I myself don't wear one. I have a note from a doctor do I can walk anywhere I want without this facediaper

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3 hours ago, oneantisworthtenofyou said:

 

if it were dangerous there wouldn't be exemptions for "severe distress" 

or a 99% survival rate the list of inconsistences is a large one 

if it were dangerous people would require a real mask 

not one made from a piece of t-shirt or toilet roll

 

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There has been enough time to start mass producing decent respirators, but bog roll face masks seem to be just fine and nobody questions the pathetic masks, even though it has been said the virus is as small as 0.3 microns.  If I thought my health or life was at risk I would not entertain wearing a Chinese "surgical mask".

 

A friend of mine asked if the face covering he bought, those black rubbery gimp mask things for £2.99p would protect from the COVID. 🙄    Boris Johnson used to be seen wearing a blue gimpy mask and it seemed to be always being sucked into his gob.

 

 

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Matt Hancock is sporting a new mask printed with PROTECT THE NHS, seems an act of desperation.   With the lockdowns and the crashing economy there won't be money to protect the NHS.

 

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Hello, covid megathread.  I'm new :)

 

After reading you guys "success stories" of no-mask life, tonight I finally got brave and walked around the supermarket without a mask on.  I was pretty nervous, and I had the mask in my hand the whole time, but every now and then I would see another unmasked shopper and it would inspire me to continue.  Up until tonight I'd been a reluctant wearer of the mask, "mouth only" cos it was frickin hard to breathe and it steamed up my glasses if I wore it "properly" - and I only wore it not cos I think it's saving my life or saving grannies, but cos I didn't want to be fined £50.  But now I've saved up some money and I don't care if they fine me.  It's not just my own integrity that's worth £50, but also if other people see me it might inspire them to think "hey this is bullshit" too, and it might be a snowball effect. 

 

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7 minutes ago, I Am Jacks Free Spirit said:

Hello, covid megathread.  I'm new :)

 

After reading you guys "success stories" of no-mask life, tonight I finally got brave and walked around the supermarket without a mask on.  I was pretty nervous, and I had the mask in my hand the whole time, but every now and then I would see another unmasked shopper and it would inspire me to continue.  Up until tonight I'd been a reluctant wearer of the mask, "mouth only" cos it was frickin hard to breathe and it steamed up my glasses if I wore it "properly" - and I only wore it not cos I think it's saving my life or saving grannies, but cos I didn't want to be fined £50.  But now I've saved up some money and I don't care if they fine me.  It's not just my own integrity that's worth £50, but also if other people see me it might inspire them to think "hey this is bullshit" too, and it might be a snowball effect. 

 

 

Your first post is suspiciously robot-y,  bruv.

 

What's 7+5?

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