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3 hours ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

Out of likes.

I echo all of what you say....I was going to games from 1958 until 2000.

Just one thing.......how the fuck do you manage to listen to the radio?.....I stopped doing that at the same time I kicked my tv into touch about 10 years ago.

Same thing, just no picture.

I just listen to the game - as I did Derby v Blues this afternoon - but turn it off before and after. Though yesterday the propaganda was being spoken during the bloody game. I did not bother with the second half after that. As for the rest of the time, I am at the whim of whoever is driving the works vehicle (I don't drive). I think they listen to Capital FM or something and it is torture as there are Covid adverts a number of times per hour. It gives me an opportunity to counter their lies but nobody listens to me so I don't even bother at work any longer. Most are triple jabbed even after 'agreeing' with me for a whole year.

 

Now that I am separated from the wife, the absence of a television is absolute bliss. Perhaps the radio will follow when I finally give up even listening to games out of boredom/habit.

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One particular hospital has security asking people who walk past them if they've been vaccinated. When asked who they were and who said that could do this, they showed their badges and said the security manager had told them to do this on behalf of the NHS. They said they were asking patients if they'd been vaccinated to stop the flow of, you know, the virus.

 

They have no way of identifying who are patients and who are staff since staff have been arriving and leaving in their own clothes for a long time now. They don't know who would telling the truth to say YES. They said if somebody says no, they're asking them to go back to the front of the hospital and have a lateral flow test.

 

Nowhere on the NHS intranet/website says anything about this being put in place. I know the NHS have their own policies but so does every other organisation, that doesn't make them above the law.

 

Seems pretty sneaky, underhand and shitty especially since these security staff don't look like security staff and they're wearing their ID's strapped on their arms. Most people are instantly recognisable with their ID's worn round their neck or clipped on. You can't see these on their arms, it's not a place you'd look or expect them to be.

 

You don't have to give them the information they're asking for but most people may not know that.

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3 hours ago, Fluke said:

I feel the same way Ziggy. As light entertainment talksport was quite funny and entertaining. That was 10 years ago. 

5 Live was abysmal. Alan Green and David Mellor. Awful.

Living overseas in the early 80s, I would listen to the short-wave broadcast of games from England. We usually only got the 2nd half but it was purely commentary and none of the extraneous crap that passes for commentary these days. Commentators did their job.

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HIDDEN RISK Urgent warning as 300,000 Brits living with stealth disease that could kill within 5 years

 

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Aortic valve stenosis, or AS, is a heart condition that often shows no symptoms until it’s already too late.

 

The condition is when the heart's aortic valve narrows, reducing or blocking blood flow from the heart into the main artery to the body (aorta).

 

This can cause chest pain, dizziness, fatigue, or a rapid, fluttering heartbeat in the more severe and life-threatening cases.

 

Some people are more prone to getting it, including those of older age, with diabetes, high blood pressure, or heart conditions from birth.

 

Given the ageing of the UK population, it is thought that there may be a large pool of as yet undiagnosed people.

 

Researchers in the UK and Australia set out to estimate how many people could be living with the condition now, and of those, how many are at risk of death.

 

They did this using population data and previous estimates of aortic valve stenosis prevalence.

 

According to their calculations, the overall prevalence of severe aortic stenosis among the over 55s in the UK in 2019 could be almost 1.5 per cent - equal to around 300,000 at any one time. 

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49 minutes ago, Nemo said:

HIDDEN RISK Urgent warning as 300,000 Brits living with stealth disease that could kill within 5 years

 

TOB-Aortic-valve-stenosis-v2.webp.c54dee68b5f5a4e26ebcad566da5b6cd.webp

 

Aortic valve stenosis, or AS, is a heart condition that often shows no symptoms until it’s already too late.

 

The condition is when the heart's aortic valve narrows, reducing or blocking blood flow from the heart into the main artery to the body (aorta).

 

This can cause chest pain, dizziness, fatigue, or a rapid, fluttering heartbeat in the more severe and life-threatening cases.

 

Some people are more prone to getting it, including those of older age, with diabetes, high blood pressure, or heart conditions from birth.

 

Given the ageing of the UK population, it is thought that there may be a large pool of as yet undiagnosed people.

 

Researchers in the UK and Australia set out to estimate how many people could be living with the condition now, and of those, how many are at risk of death.

 

They did this using population data and previous estimates of aortic valve stenosis prevalence.

 

According to their calculations, the overall prevalence of severe aortic stenosis among the over 55s in the UK in 2019 could be almost 1.5 per cent - equal to around 300,000 at any one time. 

 

Sounds like something jab-related

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6 hours ago, Sidlittle said:


Images of self assembling nano technology taken from the ‘RNA genetic operating system upgrade’  shots’ . 
 

As Plasmaburns states in the comments , the images were pulled from the following website. Take a look , it’s creepy as hell . 
 

 

 https://masksaredangerous.com/nanotech-in-the-shots/

Salt makes similar structures... Maybe it's some sort of crystallisation, not necessary nanotechnology... 

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On 1/28/2022 at 12:02 AM, Gjergj Skënderbeu said:

Have you ever considered the possibility of bad agents adopting jewish sounding surnames?

Stop trying to derail the thread or be prepared to suffer the consequences.  I'm talking Ziggy Sawdust now,  Do you really want him to pay you a visit?  Do you???

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15 minutes ago, Human10 said:
17 minutes ago, Nip said:

Sounds like something jab-related

 

300000 in 5 years is not a lot...

 

Surely this is the low-ball opening, you know how they do. They say the opposite... unless, and then justify the change with sudden change in circumstances. Like Plan A, Plan B. The old bait and switch.

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6 hours ago, Saved said:

I can see the masses buying into that. They can think of the lives they are saving every time they separate their plastic from their cardboard on bin day. They can update their status with tales of how they walked to the shops, how they use low wattage light bulbs, how they switched to soy from meat.

 

The 20 hours of flying time a year to various holiday destinations will go unmentioned. Though it looks like travel restrictions shall stay or eventually get tighter in the name of climate change and saving the babies.

Every time the narrative starts to explode in their face, they change it to climate change. Same old thing recycled

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3 hours ago, Velma said:

Bruce Heyman said "the threat against democracy is not only happening in America".

 

He tweeted: "Both the use of the swastika and the confederate flag are symbols of hate."

 

And that's all it takes to turn the public against 'freedom fighters.' They must be Nazi's - lol!

😀😀

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Just now, numnuts said:

I am watching a rerun of 'Upstairs, Downstairs' (1971-1975), on Talking Pictures TV (Freeview channel 82), and it just happens to be the episode where the butler, Hudson, suffers a heart attack.

Had it rough didn't he. If memory serves, he was also wounded in a German air raid.

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