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10 minutes ago, Martin1234 said:

 

I already do this. I make wine and beer. It's really easy and comes out great with the kits nowadays. But if they ban the kits I can make it out of straight raisins and fruit of needs be 🍺

 

That's what they do in prison. They call it 'pruno'. I made one of those kit beers years ago. Came in a big tin. Wasn't too bad as it happens.

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Fuck the fuck off.

Bit weird saying this. But, Merry Christmas to my friends/family on here, even though I know none of you personally. Good riddance to the sheeples. Here we stand together. So Merry Xmas & A Happy

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Shops are going to be mental tomorrow.  From what I have read, summer exams are also unlikely to go ahead.  That's two years in a row that kids will be graded either on mock exams or their teacher's opinion of them.

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25 minutes ago, zarkov said:

 

Couldnt state it better.

They are communists so the individual is irrelevant. As we observe their communitarian language they consider the group to take precedence over the individual but fail to take account that it is individuals that create the group

 

Thats the thing, people keep calling them lockdown lovers, when should call them their real name.
Like Jeremy Corbyn & the rest of the Socialist "workers" all agreeing with Boris, cept wanting more severe measures.

Nobody is this fucking stupid.......

They are COMMUNISTS & working lockstep to destroy everything.

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6 minutes ago, Noctua said:

Shops are going to be mental tomorrow.  From what I have read, summer exams are also unlikely to go ahead.  That's two years in a row that kids will be graded either on mock exams or their teacher's opinion of them.

 

And in 10 years, we'll see the fallout. Not that it will make any difference by then. AI will be determining everything.

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2 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

Thats the thing, people keep calling them lockdown lovers, when should call them their real name.
Like Jeremy Corbyn & the rest of the Socialist "workers" all agreeing with Boris, cept wanting more severe measures.

 

It is a war against the common people. Every dirty trick in the book is being employed. Total control is the aim and before they are finished, we'll be begging for the type of freedom enjoyed in North Korea. It must come to the point where people fight back. It has to. What will they do then?

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5 hours ago, Martin1234 said:

What's the thoughts on hand sanitizer. 

 

My kids are being made to slap it on every time they go in and out of the classroom. I can't stand the stuff.

 

I am sure I read somewhere that it causes infertility, cancer and other nasties. I am not sure it will wash if I say to school I don't want my kids using it

 

I remember just a few years ago they were saying it was completely pointless and you're better off just washing your hands. It actually causes more problems that it apparently prevents!

https://youtu.be/NZ6RldO-SvE

 

My old place of work never had them. The manager hated the stuff. 

Now with the crap going on, it's installed everywhere.

 

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13 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

 

That's what they do in prison. They call it 'pruno'. I made one of those kit beers years ago. Came in a big tin. Wasn't too bad as it happens.

I get beer from Wilko. Woodford Wherry, same as they sell in some of the shitty wetherspoons. I get the wine online, Solomon Grundy or beaverdale kits. Works out around a quid a bottle. If I drink 3 quids worth I can't remember going to bed and wake up extremely dry 😂

 

Certainly is a good hobby, but it's a slippery slope of you don't take it easy!

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1 minute ago, allymisfit said:

 

I remember just a few years ago they were saying it was completely pointless and you're better off just washing your hands. It actually causes more problems that it apparently prevents!

 

My old place of work never had them. The manager hated the stuff. 

Now with the crap going on, it's installed everywhere.

 

My first job (in a print shop) was mucky and they used to supply Swarfega for hand washing. That stuff would get anything off your hands and leave them nice and soft.

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1 minute ago, Martin1234 said:

I get beer from Wilko. Woodford Wherry, same as they sell in some of the shitty wetherspoons. I get the wine online, Solomon Grundy or beaverdale kits. Works out around a quid a bottle. If I drink 3 quids worth I can't remember going to bed and wake up extremely dry 😂

 

Certainly is a good hobby, but it's a slippery slope of you don't take it easy!

 

Mine was from Boots. Tasted like paint stripper. Perfect student grog that was.

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5 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

My first job (in a print shop) was mucky and they used to supply Swarfega for hand washing. That stuff would get anything off your hands and leave them nice and soft.

 

Economy thinners. Bring tears to your eyes if you had any nicks or cuts, but the best hand cleaner imaginable. Nothing could survive that.

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7 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

My first job (in a print shop) was mucky and they used to supply Swarfega for hand washing. That stuff would get anything off your hands and leave them nice and soft.

 Left school in 1976, first job was in a small engineering firm. I remember Swarfega, bright green it was, brilliant stuff. I also remember how we would not take being dictated to by any one, not to this extent. I am sure we were made of tougher stuff back then, had minds of our own and not afraid to speak out. I am not saying we should go back to the way things were then. Rubbish piling up in the streets because the bin men were on strike. Power cuts due to electricians being on strike at the power stations. Dont think we would have taken all this covid bull shit then.

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1 minute ago, banjo dog said:

 Left school in 1976, first job was in a small engineering firm. I remember Swarfega, bright green it was, brilliant stuff. I also remember how we would not take being dictated to by any one, not to this extent. I am sure we were made of tougher stuff back then, had minds of our own and not afraid to speak out. I am not saying we should go back to the way things were then. Rubbish piling up in the streets because the bin men were on strike. Power cuts due to electricians being on strike at the power stations. Dont think we would have taken all this covid bull shit then.

 

I do hear this a lot, that people were more mentally robust in the olden days. This implies that the younger people today are not. But the older people gave birth too and brought up this younger generation. So what happened here? Why didn't the mental toughness or resilience get taught to the children?

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2 minutes ago, banjo dog said:

Only applies to the sheep

 

Yes!  And also doesn't apply to the actors, dancers and footballers...

 

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Some of these businesses and places will also be permitted to be open for a small number of exempt activities. A full list of exemptions can be found in the guidance on closing certain businesses and venues in England, but includes:

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  • for elite sports persons to train and compete (in indoor and outdoor sports facilities), and professional dancers and choreographers to work (in fitness and dance studios)
  • for the purposes of film and TV filming

 

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3 minutes ago, banjo dog said:

 Left school in 1976, first job was in a small engineering firm. I remember Swarfega, bright green it was, brilliant stuff. I also remember how we would not take being dictated to by any one, not to this extent. I am sure we were made of tougher stuff back then, had minds of our own and not afraid to speak out. I am not saying we should go back to the way things were then. Rubbish piling up in the streets because the bin men were on strike. Power cuts due to electricians being on strike at the power stations. Dont think we would have taken all this covid bull shit then.

Remember the firemen's strike? We had the army stationed nearby with their Green Goddesses. The locals would go out and take the squaddies tea and cakes. I remember the three-day week. I was in my first year at college and the heat was hardly ever on. We rigged up a propane stove and a couple of Tilly lamps to stay warm and to heat food which was mostly beans or tomato soup. And you're right. We would have taken to the streets in force if they'd tried this shit back then.

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Just now, Mr H said:

 

I do hear this a lot, that people were more mentally robust in the olden days. This implies that the younger people today are not. But the older people gave birth too and brought up this younger generation. So what happened here? Why didn't the mental toughness or resilience get taught to the children?

The mental toughness and resilience has gone from a lot of people my age, not just the young. People of all ages seem more docile and unable to think for them selves. if it's due to crap being sprayed on crops, chem trails, fluoride in water and a load more chemicals dumbing us down, I have no idea why it has worked so well on so many. I am not claiming to be more intelligent than others, far from it. Human society has changed and not always for the betterment of society. This is a subject that can be debated for many hours and is going off topic. Many apologies.

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5 minutes ago, Mr H said:

 

I do hear this a lot, that people were more mentally robust in the olden days. This implies that the younger people today are not. But the older people gave birth too and brought up this younger generation. So what happened here? Why didn't the mental toughness or resilience get taught to the children?

Good question. I did not endure the privations my parents suffered in WWII, and they didn't suffer the privations of their parents in WWI. So no, I am nowhere near as tough as my granddad was mentally or physically. But my parents always said they wanted us to have a better life than they did, and, to a large extent, they succeeded. They did not spoil us but we had more than they ever did when they were kids. And so it goes.

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Just now, banjo dog said:

The mental toughness and resilience has gone from a lot of people my age, not just the young. People of all ages seem more docile and unable to think for them selves. if it's due to crap being sprayed on crops, chem trails, fluoride in water and a load more chemicals dumbing us down, I have no idea why it has worked so well on so many. I am not claiming to be more intelligent than others, far from it. Human society has changed and not always for the betterment of society. This is a subject that can be debated for many hours and is going off topic. Many apologies.

This too. Good points.

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12 minutes ago, Noctua said:

Shops are going to be mental tomorrow.  From what I have read, summer exams are also unlikely to go ahead.  That's two years in a row that kids will be graded either on mock exams or their teacher's opinion of them.

 

 A re-run of panic buying of toilet rolls again?

 

 

 

 

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One thing I noticed last time is that all the people with warehouse jobs, supermarket jobs etc we’re proud to be key workers. I think their pride could be wearing off now!  I don’t think anyone is going to comply with this. Except for the very fearful few.  It’s our job to wind them up. 

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