Open Thread – Monday 13 September 2021

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  1. candy says:

    They just continue to snarl at the vast majority of law-abiding, vaccinated Victorians.

     

    I am sure there are many law-abiding non-vaccinated Victorians too but this Jeff Kennett chap perhaps does not acknowledge what is bugging a lot of people, that is being forced into injections to keep a job.

    He simply does not see it and it is a big part of the picture.

     

  2. Axl Rosé says:

    If you did not know otherwise, you could believe this was an orchestrated action to weaken the state of Victoria and its people to the point of submission.

     

    You KNOW otherwise, Jeff?

  3. Axl Rosé says:

    He simply does not see it and it is a big part of the picture.

    He sees it.  He is controlled opposition.  He is a vax pusher.  He is a globalist.

    He is arguing for tyranny with a smiley face.

  4. JohnJJJ says:

    Steve trickler says:
    September 21, 2021 at 6:27 pm

    Images from the Canary Islands.

    Interesting how the lava turns the building into more lava. Must be a word for that.

  5. cohenite says:

    Good site for old B&W movies: this one is It Happened One Night:

    Secrets Of A Secretary 1931 – Claudette Colbert, Herbert Marshall (ok.ru)

  6. Ruprecht Ruprecht says:

    There’s one here too Bird

  7. Ragu says:

     

     

    This dude isn’t backing down

     

    Dan Andrews

    @DanielAndrewsMP

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    1h

    Anger isn’t going to make this pandemic end any quicker. Acts of violence like we’ve seen in the city in the last two days isn’t going to stop people ending up in ICU, or be any help to the nurses treating them. Literally only one thing will – getting vaccinated

     

  8. Steve trickler says:

    “Literally only one thing will – getting vaccinated”

    The same crap you hear across the globe from pollies. He’s following orders. Does the   W.E.F have a gun pointed him?

    🤔

  9. Steve trickler says:

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  10. Steve trickler says:

    This is very grim. 16:49

    Doc Coleman:

    Nobody is Coming to Save Us!

    Part transcript;

    It has, for one reason or another, been a scary day.

    Driving back home I called in at a petrol station to buy some fuel. The only local place won’t take cash so I put my credit card into the machine and pressed a few buttons. To my relief the machine accepted the numbers. I reached for the nozzle, ready to start pumping fuel when I noticed a new message on the pump’s small screen. I can’t remember the exact words but the gist of it was that my card had been rejected.

    The petrol station wouldn’t take my card and they wouldn’t take cash.

    So the car and I limped home at 10 miles per hour, hoping not to run out of fuel on the way.

    I then spent a good portion of what life I have left ringing the bank to find out what had happened. Apparently, the bank had sent me a new card which had, for unknown reasons, been returned to sender by Royal Mail.

    `So, why doesn’t my existing card work?’ I asked the man at the bank.

    `Well, since your new card had come back, we cancelled your old card,’ explained the bank. They didn’t bother to ask me. They just cancelled it. You haven’t got your new card so now your old card doesn’t work.

    Leaving me with no credit card in an almost cashless world.

    And I suddenly had a glimpse of the dystopian society which awaits in the new world they’re preparing for us. Technically, I can still buy food, though I can’t get to the food shops because I can’t buy fuel for the car. I can’t buy anything online, of course. And I can’t pay bills. The cancelling of my existing card means that online accounts no longer work.

    I did, however, get onto the internet where I found out what’s happening in Slovenia where they have just introduced laws which seem to mean that unless you’ve been vaccinated and wear a mask you can’t buy anything except basic food and medical supplies – but only if the shop you use isn’t in a shopping centre.

    That’s it.

    ***********

    The rest at the link above.

  11. Grigory M says:

    This is very grim. 16:49 …

    Apparently, the bank had sent me a new card which had, for unknown reasons, been returned to sender by Royal Mail.`So, why doesn’t my existing card work?’ I asked the man at the bank.

    `Well, since your new card had come back, we cancelled your old card,’ explained the bank. They didn’t bother to ask me. They just cancelled it. You haven’t got your new card so now your old card doesn’t work.

    Leaving me with no credit card in an almost cashless world.

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    Bullshit from an old bullshitter.

    Banks don’t just send out new credit or debit cards willy nilly. They most commonly send them out because the customer’s existing card is about to reach its expiry date – which is on the front of the card.

    If you believe his story, I have a bridge I can sell you – no credit or debit cards accepted.

     

  12. mh says:

    Victorian Premier Dan Andrews made a “catastrophic political blunder” when he “petulantly and punitively” closed the construction industry in a two-week snap lockdown, according to The Herald Sun’s Terry McCrann.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ru8lu87Sj_I

     

     

     

  13. Steve trickler says:

    If only Grigory new the forces going that after bloke. You don’t, now piss off.

     

  14. Steve trickler says:

    after that…

  15. mh says:

    🚨 FFS everyone, there is a new thread 🚨

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    Images from the Canary Islands.

    Interesting how the lava turns the building into more lava. Must be a word for that.

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