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1 hour ago, sickofallthebollocks said:

SO NOT BUY THIS SHIT:              (monster or any caffiene shit)

 

 

I respect what's she's saying and I don't need to be religious myself to get the point. Nor does anyone. Respect what you put in your body and know by what the calibre of the maker!! Monster is a distinctly lowest of the low calibre. F*** all Energy drinks I say. Toxins and anxiety due to all those chemicals (and probably hormone imbalancing) is all you will get. Get some real energy that NATURE already provides.

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6 minutes ago, TetraG said:

 

I respect what's she's saying and I don't need to be religious myself to get the point. Nor does anyone. Respect what you put in your body and know by what the calibre of the maker!! Monster is a distinctly lowest of the low calibre. F*** all Energy drinks I say. Toxins and anxiety due to all those chemicals (and probably hormone imbalancing) is all you will get. Get some real energy that NATURE already provides.

Ahhh.... well said TetraG, couldn't agree more!  👍🙏

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On 7/29/2020 at 5:43 PM, sickofallthebollocks said:

unsweetened soya

 

Yep, that's the one I go for, sugar sucks, unless you choose to add your own so as to control it.
 

There is a good tasting (ie, quality) brand called Wicked Kitchen at £1:30 in Tescos, with only grape extract as it's sweetener, so this one it made its debut a little while ago alongside the already marketed oat, coconut milk etc.... ie, Wicked K. already had on the shelf those before this soya came up of theirs to complete the range, but one little word of warning, it may just possibly be GM for all I know, it simply doesn't say either way, and I keep meaning to enquire about it to them.

You may choose if going with the long established & *Non GM* brands decide to go for Provamel or Alpro, Alpro tends to be a little cheaper than Provamel but Provamel has a more authentic or unique taste I think (which isn't to say Alpro is bad tasting, its reasonable too).
Alpro do an unsweetened which I've long bought but yeah I've gone WK for time being, since f-ing price has quickly rocketed in financial strife, rising rapidly from around £1..40 at most common price to £1.60, £1.80, and now in the same store the latest OFF OFFER price is as much as £2 in ASDA, FFFFFFFFFF THAT. Damn Cheek it is.

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Hell Mans:


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This stuff has EDTA in it (A chemical added to retain colour and flavour)  it's mayonnaise for flips sake!  Who cares?
EDTA is able to bind metal catons and act as a chelating* agent. *bonding of ions and molecules to metal ions.
EDTA is commonly used in soaps and detergants to prevent the soaps reacting with the minerals in the water.
Hmmmmmmmmmmmm.... nice....

 

This one is from spain I think, the sign isn't on ones bought in UK, don't know about elsewhere? Are they putting this shit into only the spanish ones? 
Shifty - watch out for all processed foods I reckon.........

 

 

 

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20 hours ago, webtrekker said:

 

Nothing. I've drank cow's milk for 70 years now with no ill effects. Same with my Dad who has drank it for 98 years and still going strong.

 

 

 

 

Okay, so what's the reason for this thread, why are people looking for alternatives to sucking on a cow's tit - sorry, that came out all wrong.

 

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On 9/14/2022 at 12:24 PM, sickofallthebollocks said:

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Remember Linda Lovelace? the actress famed for her role in the pornographic 'Deepthroat' movie? She played a woman who through some genetic accident was born with her clitoris sited at the back of her throat! Her Hollywood dentist is quoted as saying 'Linda had the best set of teeth I ever had the pleasure of coming across'!🤔 That was way back in 1972 and I'm still trying to figure that one out!🤔

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And it's back...

 

Avian flu in Wolverhampton and Birmingham after dead birds found in park

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Cases of avian flu have been confirmed in Wolverhampton and Birmingham after dead birds were found in two parks.

The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) said infected Canada geese and wildfowl were found in West Park, Wolverhampton and Trittiford Mill Park in the Yardley Wood area.

People have been urged not to touch any sick or dead wild birds they come across and to keep pets on a lead.

The infectious A (H5N1) strain is currently the most common in the UK.

From: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-birmingham-63563815

 

I have read locally about a few dead geese being found in the pool at Trittiford Mill, my local park.

 

I'm still curious as to how exactly it is being determined that these geese had died from flu, I suspect it is via some bogus PCR test.

 

Birds, like humans, get old and die. I also wonder if it is possible that some birds might be being deliberately poisoned? Would help to 'fuel a narrative' I guess.

 

As well as a large number of geese at Trittiford Mill Pool, we have a number of ducks and a few swans. And a growing population of gulls, as well as the usual magpies, pigeons and crows. We are also treated to the occasional visit from cormorants, and there's usually one or two grey herons prowling around the area.

 

But I find it odd that this 'avian flu' doesn't seem to be affecting the other birds, just the geese?

 

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Councillor Jasbir Jaspal, City of Wolverhampton Council's cabinet member for public health and wellbeing, said: "I would like to reassure residents that the risk of them catching avian flu is very low.

"This is an infectious virus which spreads among birds and it is very unusual for humans to be affected."

 

But, stay away from the birds, "just in case"...

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