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Rio Hackford - actor, club owner, son of director Taylor Hackford and stepson of Helen Mirren - passes away at 52

By Brian Gallagher For Dailymail.com

Published: 03:18 BST, 17 April 2022 | Updated: 03:18 BST, 17 April 2022

The Hollywood community is in mourning as actor and club owner Rio Hackford has passed away at 52 years of age.

While his cause of death was not yet revealed, his brother Alex Hackford told Variety that he passed in Huntington Beach following an unspecified illness. 

Rio was the son of filmmaker Taylor Hackford and the stepson of his wife Helen Mirren, who appeared in a number of films and TV shows and also owned a number of nightclubs and bars around the country.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-10725569/Rio-Hackford-actor-club-owner-son-director-Taylor-Hackford-passes-away-52.html

 

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27 minutes ago, jack121 said:

And they said it would never happen:  Supermarkets start rationing after shortages due to Ukraine war - their excuse for everything

 

As the largest exporter of sunflower oil in the world, Ukraine caters to a big part of the British market.

Together with Russia, the countries produce 80% of the household staple globally.

But due to disruptions from the Black Sea area, stocks of oil are running low.

Waitrose and Morrisons are now rationing products

Both chains have put up signs in stores to let people know of the new restrictions – which serve as a painful reminder to the first Covid-19 lockdown when shelves were emptied of products like toilet paper and pasta.

 

 

 

Is this sunflower oil thing total horseshit?

 

I know that these countries closer to Siberia have long cold winter months followed by long dry summers so the sunflower seeds probably wouldn't have germinated yet. Maybe they're having trouble getting the oil from last summer out of the warehouse just like they're struggling to move arms/weapons in?

 

shmitah

 

The year 5782 on the Jewish calendar (Sept. 7, 2021–Sept. 26, 2022) will be the next Sabbatical year.

 

A bit of research into shmitah will show the masses that this is all a jewish thing of leaving the land which in turn will be inflicting shortages on the goyim.

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Lord Rothschild was involved in the Balfor agreement that sold out Germany to England for Palestine in WW2.

 

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Do you think a medically induced coma comes under elective surgery? Maybe I could hibernate until all this is over.

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55 minutes ago, jack121 said:

And they said it would never happen:  Supermarkets start rationing after shortages due to Ukraine war - their excuse for everything

 

As the largest exporter of sunflower oil in the world, Ukraine caters to a big part of the British market.

Together with Russia, the countries produce 80% of the household staple globally.

But due to disruptions from the Black Sea area, stocks of oil are running low.

Waitrose and Morrisons are now rationing products

Both chains have put up signs in stores to let people know of the new restrictions – which serve as a painful reminder to the first Covid-19 lockdown when shelves were emptied of products like toilet paper and pasta.

 

 

Do you know I never had the slightest problem buying pasta or toilet paper in the lock down or any other household staple come to that.

 

Bicycle inner tubes were hard to find. 

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8 hours ago, Nemo said:

I've a question?

 

Will blood transfusions from Covax users transmit Covax to non-vaccinated people?

 

Also, did you know,

 

'All adults in England are now considered to have 'agreed to be an organ donor when they die unless they have recorded a decision not to donate or are in one of the excluded groups. This is commonly referred to as an 'opt out' system. You may also hear it referred to as 'Max and Keira's Law'.

 

On 20 May 2020, the law around organ donation in England was changed to allow more people to save more lives.

 

'I name you Pharaoh, for you tax the dead'.

 

Register a decision not to donate.

 

https://www.organdonation.nhs.uk

 

I saw one study the other week, that showed of the 20 people that received organs from a vaccine murdered thrombosis victim, near all of them suffered organ failure and 6 of them inherited the thrombosis. 

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I was thinking about how they keep calling all these "vaccine" side effects rare. The irony is that all these health problems were in fact very rare before the poison vaccines and now they are not rare any longer. 

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3 hours ago, jack121 said:

 

The question was asked in the media today: Just what exactly is continuing to keep Boris Johnson in power?

The answer the media is putting forward is that BJ's future is very much in the hands of the great british people, that democracy, fair play, party gate, fines, will all play a part, and that the upcoming elections and byelection in wakefield will give the beloved british people their say - along with media messages such as: please vote - don't forget to vote - if you don't be a compliant sheep and vote then you don't get a say in who runs the country.

Perhaps this photo below may answer the question of why exactly BJ continues to stay in power:

 

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Here we have the prime minister of britain - and next to him is a dirty junkie, sell out traitor, satanic cocksucker, paedo, who sold out his own people. But can you guess which is which.

 

 

everytime i see this picture the more photoshopped it looks

in the shade and the top of johnsons head is lit up

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4 hours ago, jack121 said:

 

The question was asked in the media today: Just what exactly is continuing to keep Boris Johnson in power?

The answer the media is putting forward is that BJ's future is very much in the hands of the great british people, that democracy, fair play, party gate, fines, will all play a part, and that the upcoming elections and byelection in wakefield will give the beloved british people their say - along with media messages such as: please vote - don't forget to vote - if you don't be a compliant sheep and vote then you don't get a say in who runs the country.

Perhaps this photo below may answer the question of why exactly BJ continues to stay in power:

 

Rothschild.jpg.df14dcf48105e4652a2d8f338d026fd0.jpg

 

Here we have the prime minister of britain - and next to him is a dirty junkie, sell out traitor, satanic cocksucker, paedo, who sold out his own people. But can you guess which is which.

 

 

What is keeping Johnson in power or the conservatives? The second is the complete 9inability of the labour party to come up with an electable leader or policies 

 

What keeping Johnson in power is his complete lack of shame and his grip on the Tory parliamentary party . Coupled with the chancellor throwing him self under the bus and the lack of any other viable candidates.

 

All that considered if you want him out. Voting in the local elections is the only feasible way of convincing Tory MP to get rid of him.

 

I'm not at all convinced that even land slide losses will get rid of him. But it is the only practical or legal way to do it

 

 

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4 hours ago, Pinkiebee said:

All that considered if you want him out. Voting in the local elections is the only feasible way of convincing Tory MP to get rid of him.

 

I'm not at all convinced that even land slide losses will get rid of him. But it is the only practical or legal way to do it

The best thing I've seen you write on this site so far. 

 

I totally agree, we ALL need to get politically active in our local areas, start getting a group of you, friends, colleagues and start getting elected to your local council. You don't have to join a party, you can go independent and only require 10 people's signatures for this. It's definitely something I'm looking into right now because I'm fed up. 

 

I was warned by my father they'd only out vote me and I said that was fine, but it would depend what it is they're voting against, because after that I'd just look to expose the corruption and seek to oust these arseholes out. Can only do so by exposing their nefarious shit. 

 

I am equally aware by this point that people would no doubt come after me, but I'd rather die on my feet than my knees and as you quite rightly pointed out, it's the only legal means necessary to engage these pricks. Play them at their own game. 

 

Who's with me? Tumble weed........

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Just now, Morpheus said:

The best thing I've seen you write on this site so far. 

 

I totally agree, we ALL need to get politically active in our local areas, start getting a group of you, friends, colleagues and start getting elected to your local council. You don't have to join a party, you can go independent and only require 10 people's signatures for this. It's definitely something I'm looking into right now because I'm fed up. 

 

I was warned by my father they'd only out vote me and I said that was fine, but it would depend what it is they're voting against, because after that I'd just look to expose the corruption and seek yo oust these arseholes out. 

 

I am equally aware by this point that people would no doubt come after me, but I'd rather die on my feet than my knees and as you quite rightly pointed out, it's the only legal means necessary to engage these pricks. Play them at their own game. 

 

Who's with me? Tumble weed........

It's not particularly hard to get yourself as a candidate for one of the established parties. Just say all the right things. Then once elected they cant get rid of you for years.

 

You can amuse yourself just messing things up and gobbling off whilst collecting your expenses.

 

A sort of nigel Farage of the local council 

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Apologies if this has been posted before:

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4996163/

 

In vitro anthelmintic effect of Tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum) extract on parasitic nematode, Marshallagia marshalli

 

Because of developing resistance to the existing anthelmintic drugs, there is a need for new anthelmintic agents. Tobacco plant has alkaloid materials that have antiparasitic effect. We investigated the in vitro anthelminthic effect of aqueous and alcoholic extract of Tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum) against M. marshalli. For investigating this effect, we prepared three dilutions of aqueous and alcoholic extract of Tobacco (25, 50 and 75 mg/ml). The worms exposed to extracts for 10 h at 25–30 °C. The buffer PBS used as negative control and 50 mg/ml dilution of Levamisole used as standard reference. In each group, 50 worms were examined. ...... 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Pinkiebee said:

It's not particularly hard to get yourself as a candidate for one of the established parties.

I don't want anything to do with any of these parties. I'd rather go it alone. 👍

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Just now, Morpheus said:

I don't want anything to do with any of these parties. I'd rather go it alone. 👍

Hard to get elected as an independent unless you have some buring local issue to exploite. 

 

It seems fine by me to use there time money and resouces to be a wooden horse candidate to then expose them.

 

But I'm a cheap skate

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3 minutes ago, Pinkiebee said:

It's not particularly hard to get yourself as a candidate for one of the established parties. Just say all the right things. Then once elected they cant get rid of you for years.


In my opinion we don’t need any political parties and members of parties, what we need is totally independent MPs that answer to nobody other than the people who voted for them. Anyone who is a member of a party always has to toe the party line, which is absolutely what we don’t want as it is always the opposite of what is good for the people and usually goes against any common sense or logic. 

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In my opinion we don’t need any political parties and members of parties, what we need is totally independent MPs that answer to nobody other than the people who voted for them. Anyone who is a member of a party always has to toe the party line, which is absolutely what we don’t want as it is always the opposite of what is good for the people and usually goes against any common sense or logic. 

I dont disagree. But that is not at all how the world ,at least this bit of it ,works.

 

We know the whole institution is corrupt. How can you ever hope to change that with Democratic means with out first putting you nose in the trough 

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7 minutes ago, Pinkiebee said:

Hard to get elected as an independent unless you have some buring local issue to exploite. 

 

It seems fine by me to use there time money and resouces to be a wooden horse candidate to then expose them.

 

But I'm a cheap skate

You need 10 people's signatures to get the ball rolling, the rest will need me to campaign. 

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4 minutes ago, Pinkiebee said:

But that is not at all how the world ,at least this bit of it ,works.

It's not, this is why we need to get active on every local area and start taking effect at grass roots. It won't change if we don't try. 

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Just now, Morpheus said:

You need 10 people's signatures to get the ball rolling, the rest will need me to campaign. 

Go for it then. That's the easy bit. The rest is quite a complex and possibly exspensive exercise of raising your profile enough that the small % of people who actualy vote and may very well be life long labour or tory voters have heard of you sufficiently they change their voting habits 

 

That's why opposing an unpopular bypass or some such is a good starting point 

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Just now, Morpheus said:

It's not, this is why we need to get active on every local area and start taking effect at grass roots. It won't change if we don't try. 

I'm with you. The complete lack of intrest in local politics is to the deficient of our democracy 

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6 hours ago, SimonTV said:

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I am grateful to be fully vaccinated and boosted!

I don’t know what pisses me off more. The above bunch of attention seeking twats or the masses who not only give them the time of day but openly cheer them on

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