Open Thread – Saturday, 16 July 2022

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  1. Steve trickler says:

    I note a stupid pin cushion bitch@Dovers just got another flu shot. Her faith in Big Parma is now legendary.

    Her immune system is now at the behest of wackos!

    No grieving from me when she carks it. She’s a f*cking idiot. Hopefully her kids will smack some sense into her.

    You can stick the entire vaccine regiment up your arse!

    Mr or Mrs X: Vaccines are essential!

    Me: Wake up you f8cking idiots!

    But, but but but but but but, they have our health at the forefront. F8ckwits!

    Billy Gates loves you.

  2. Steve trickler says:

    All vaccines need to be questioned.

  3. Delta A says:

    Arky, I agree with (probably) everything you’ve posted this afternoon.

    Deindustrialisation? It was probably underway before, but I believe it gained momentum from the early ’70s when KMart and Target arrived in our towns with all their discounted products.

    Clothing, particularly, was very expensive prior to cheap Chinese imports.That’s why most women had knitted or sewed all of their childrens’ – and their own – clothes. (How many women (or men) could make a dress, or knit a jumper now? How many even have a sewing machine?)

    Cheap utensils, electrical goods, linen… everything. It was enormously attractive to stay-at-home mums with very limited money. Some, including Best Man and me, heard alarm bells, particularly when Aussie ‘icons’ like Bonds went to China. And before much longer, we were dependent on China for everything. Even some medicines food stuffs, for goodness sake!

    Lately, much of the cheap produce is coming from India, South Korea and Bangladesh which, I read, is affecting China’s economy. But we will never return to Aussie made because no-one is prepared to pay for quality, nor can employers afford the prices demanded by ethical production.

  4. Shy Ted says:

    Josh Friedeggburger gets to bankrupt Goldman Sachs? Hope so.

    will be a senior regional adviser for the Asia Pacific for the US investment bank Goldman Sachs.

  5. Cardimona says:

    Great string of posts, Arky – I’ve been doing similar, including decades of Letters to Editors and two election campaigns.
    But the masses are so brainwashed that I’m the conspiracy theorist…

  6. Steve trickler says:

    Pharma…oops.

  7. Fat Tony says:

    Steve trickler says:
    July 21, 2022 at 6:08 pm
    All vaccines need to be questioned.

    Due to a lack of trust in BigPharma-BigGov Coalition, I will not, in future, get any vaccines.

  8. Tim says:

    All vaccines need to be questioned.

    I would settle for all vaccine test data and analysis good and bad be published and available. All health advice to government should be published and available as well

  9. mh says:

    Old bloke says:
    July 21, 2022 at 5:21 pm
    Huge news if true, there will be a joint Trump / DeSantis ticket in 2024.

    Trump is a Big Pharma guy.

    Whereas Ron…

    Ron DeSantis – Big Pharma They Have A Hammerlock Over The Medical Establishment

  10. kaysee kaysee says:

    Novak Djokovic is ruled out of the US open. The US Open has NO vaccination requirement… but it is the US government rules … like Oz.

    If he is thinking of another career, it could be as a back-up singer. ^‿^

    Novak Djokovic sings “a Serbian to New York”

    After winning Wimbledon, Novak Djokovic sang with artist Sasa Kovacevic during a celebratory dinner in a Belgrade-located restaurant. Djokovic had his wife Jelena and his friends at the same table alongside the Wimbledon trophy.

    Kovacevic posted a video on social media showing the two Serbians singing Sting’s famous song Englishman in New York. At the end of the song, Novak and Sasa can be heard modifying the famous line “I’m an Englishman in New York” by replacing “Englishman” with “Serbian”

  11. kaysee kaysee says:

    There is no such thing as ‘deradicalisation. Just a fantasy of the bureaucratic class.

    That race/ideology/religion/culture is not compatible with Western civilization and the values that go with it.

    They flee from their homelands and claim refuge in the West. But they have no respect for those who have taken them in and sheltered them.

  12. Steve trickler says:

    Fat Tony says:
    July 21, 2022 at 6:41 pm

    G’day. This is not directed at you.

    Anyone suggesting these wankers are promoting good health, name them! Do It! The entire industry is joke. Scum of the Earth.

    But, but but but but but but, Big Pharma suggest otherwise.

    Give us names to look up. Go on, do it!

    A lot of people need to hang.

    **********

    The Chordettes “Lollipop” & “Mr. Sandman”

  13. kaysee kaysee says:

    Huge news if true, there will be a joint Trump / DeSantis ticket in 2024.

    I’m surprised that news like that has leaked. DeSantis is up for reelection this year, and he would want to win that before announcing any plans for 2024.

  14. kaysee kaysee says:

    2/

    Irene Cara: Flashdance

    What A Feeling

  15. Steve trickler says:

    mh says:
    July 21, 2022 at 6:44 pm

    Trump is another to hang from a lamp post. He could come out and admit he was wrong with the jabs, but he will not.

    I hope his 757 crashes with him in it. Do not make excuses for him.

    Get the jab, get the jab get the jab get the jab the jab jab jab. That f8cking **** invited a JJ ( Jab producer ) on stage. He has yet to apologize for people getting injected with that poison.

    Trump, can go get f*cked. He hasn’t the balls to admit he was played and wrong….he still hasn’t admitted it. Mr “warp-speed” does not have the balls to fess up.

  16. kaysee kaysee says:

    Nikita Khrushchev

    It’s 62 years since he made these 9 predictions.

  17. Delta A says:

    I ain’t finished yet…

    Arky, you mention the sexual revolution, a phenomenon which, in our times, first came to prominence along with motion pictures, many of which, although lacking audible dialogue, had an abundance of nudity and innuendo.

    Then came the seventies, and television, and readily available porn of the Debbie Does Dallas variety. Suddenly, couples realised that he can’t go all night blazing with animal passion… and neither can she. ‘I want some of that!’ was the shallow reaction, causing the divorce rate to rocket and introducing the era of live-in, no marriage (and temporary) love.

    People saw how the TV other half (supposedly) live, with multi-story mansions, dishwashers and live-in maids. And so the ‘I wanna’ mindset continued, prompting a buying frenzy of unnecessary and disposable crap: this has flourished through to today.

    The greatest influencer in the degradation of our civilisation is the rejection of Christianity. When I was a girl, the church was the hub of the community, the anchorpoint for young and old. As people increasingly desert the faith, so do they lose that security. I don’t need to spell out the results of this.

  18. Steve trickler says:

    Tim says:
    July 21, 2022 at 6:43 pm
    All vaccines need to be questioned.

    I would settle for all vaccine test data and analysis good and bad be published and available. All health advice to government should be published and available as well

    Agreed.

  19. Ragu says:

    All vaccines need to be questioned

    You should see whats coming down the pipeline. mRNA, CRISPR-CAS, iPSCs, lipidnano, ZFNs, TALENs. Traditional vaccines are on the way out as they work toward somatic changes.

    The chick that helped to bring CRISPR to the mainstream, Doudna, is getting a fair whack of money from DARPA to fund her lab.

    I would settle for all vaccine test data and analysis good and bad be published and available. All health advice to government should be published and available as well

    Yep. Id almost settle for the risk tables of specific outcomes rather that the vanilla may cause diarrhoea/constipation, somnolence/hyperactivity etc etc

  20. mh says:

    Courier Paywall

    Rape trial hears of penis-envy tensions
    A South East Queensland court has heard an argument over penis sizes has resulted in a rape charge for a 37-year-old man, after his alleged victim referred to him as “an average guy”.

  21. mh says:

    SHORTEN SWIFTLY ACTS

    Mum’s fury over hospital ‘birthing parent’ form
    Bill Shorten dumps a Medicare form which calls mothers ‘birthing parents’ after a new mum hit out at the ‘dehumanising’ language.

    But Greg Hunt thought it ok?

  22. kaysee kaysee says:

    The greatest influencer in the degradation of our civilisation is the rejection of Christianity. When I was a girl, the church was the hub of the community, the anchorpoint for young and old. As people increasingly desert the faith, so do they lose that security. I don’t need to spell out the results of this.

    That is at the core of the problems in the Western world, today. Those living in the west have forgotten their roots. They worship the gold bull-calf, instead.

    In seeking the material, they have rejected the spiritual. They don’t need God or the church. There are many tempting “progressive” alternatives to the un-modern, un-woke teachings of Christianity.

  23. Fat Tony says:

    Steve trickler says:
    July 21, 2022 at 7:09 pm

    When these unproven, experimental gene-therapy drugs first came out, they were identified as mRNA.

    First thing I did was chase up info on mRNA “vaccines” – what stood out was the fact that for the last 10 – 20 years of development, they had not got over the problem of all the test animals dying when exposed to a “wild” virus.

    The ones behind it need the death penalty (crucifixion) not gaol, and all them and their families’ assets consfiscated.

    I have a grandson (almost 21) with a boy who turned one today – granson has been having bad chest pains – I have taken him to the ER Hospital twice.

    I have a granddaughter (23) who has a 10 week old daughter. I have taken the granddaughter to the ER 3 times now with chest pains, headaches etc.

    Both the grandson & granddaughter got the clotshots last year.
    What shits me is that, although these are symptoms of the clotshots, there is no admission by the health departments that the “vaccines” can cause these problems so the real causes are never investigated or treated.

    There will come a time when justice will be delivered to the medical & political/governmental scum.

  24. Fat Tony says:

    All health advice to government should be published and available as well

    I’d like the full details of the contracts our governments signed to purchase these “vaccines” and full audit of all money trails from BigPharma to BigGov and any other assorted hangers-on.

  25. Arky says:

    Delta.

    prompting a buying frenzy of unnecessary and disposable crap: this has flourished through to today.

    ..
    This is the crux of something I have been trying to think of a way to express for a while.
    When the dismal economists try to convince us that we have had never- ending increases in the standard of living.
    I wonder what world they live in, it isn’t the same one I do.
    Getting snowed under in cheap, shitty imported crap and endless forms of stupid and meaningless “entertainment” isn’t my idea of an increase in living standards.
    That they can only see the dollar component, at the same time as the dollar becomes less and less of a measure of value, indicates their obtuseness.
    May I say I think it is in part a deliberate obtuseness, because they think themselves beneficiaries of these trends.
    Like the fictitious university degrees, someone who thinks the country is better educated because we have shoved en masse the bulk of the youth through a degraded tertiary system, is the same stupidity as those pointing to the temporary possession of a plethora of manufactured crap we no longer have the capacity to produce ourselves as an indication of living standards.
    Rented or mortgaged to the eyeballs homes full of stuff destined in the near future for landfill isn’t any sort of standard, no matter its contribution to lubricating the export of more dirt to communists.
    That all the best cuts of meat and best seafood delicacies, the true bounty of this land, ends up flown on ice to the CCP elite while they send us their rancid pork is the true indication of the standard engineered for us.

  26. kaysee kaysee says:

    But Greg Hunt thought it ok?

    Greg Hunt was doing what his WEF boss told him to do.

    It will help him with his next job in the UN or WHO or WEF.

  27. Steve trickler says:

    I remember being back at the roller rink in Carnarvon in 1983 prior to my parents divorce.

    I also remember Wilson Tuckey telling us to GET OUT THE POOL! at the back of the Port Hotel.

    Music takes you places.

    *************

    Split Enz – I Got You (1980)

  28. kaysee kaysee says:

    I have a grandson (almost 21) with a boy who turned one today – granson has been having bad chest pains – I have taken him to the ER Hospital twice.

    I have a granddaughter (23) who has a 10 week old daughter. I have taken the granddaughter to the ER 3 times now with chest pains, headaches etc.

    Both the grandson & granddaughter got the clotshots last year.

    There are so many cases of adverse reactions and still the truth is being hidden from the public.

    We would also be part of the ignorant masses if we had not been fortunate enough to have access to such blogs, sharing of info and links to the facts.

    ‘She lost everything’:

    California mom severely disabled after Pfizer shot now homeless

  29. Delta A says:

    All great points, Arky. And don’t despair, there are countless grounded people who think as you do.

  30. Steve trickler says:

    For the record, Mister Tuckey was a good bloke. We went back and kept swimming in his hotel pool.

    True story.

  31. Steve trickler says:

    A bloke walking his dog.

    ********

    Cash:

    Cash 2.0 Great Dane meeting new people in Marina Del Rey 15

  32. rosie says:

    I’m amazed my getting a flu shot has inspired such a bizarre diatribe.

    I got around to a flu shot today because my daughter wanted me to get it.
    Both my two year old grandchildren have already had theirs, and got them last year as one year olds too. After my daughter’s friend’s two year old spent five days in ICU with the flu they judge it prudent.
    They’ve also gotten all the other vaccinations on the list for young children (not covid though).
    In the meantime I’m very confident you wont be celebrating my vaccinations related death anytime soon.

  33. Fat Tony says:

    rosie says:
    July 21, 2022 at 10:14 pm
    I’m amazed my getting a flu shot has inspired such a bizarre diatribe.

    What bizarre diatribe & where?
    To quote a famous singer-song writer: DILLIGAF ??

  34. mh says:

    This is what happens when people come to Adam’s Cat and can’t let the other one go.

    Anyone here who has issues with individuals over at Dover’s, SORT IT OUT AT DOVER’S.

    Stop acting like bitches.

  35. JohnJJJ says:

    kaysee says:
    July 21, 2022 at 6:58 pm
    They flee from their homelands and claim refuge in the West. But they have no respect for those who have taken them in and sheltered them.

    That is not how they see it. Hajj means to travel or migrate – the original muz spread out all over the Middle East, hence the tribal names. It is part of the fundamental (salafist) belief to spread Islam. Of interest “Mehajer” , remember him?, means a person who travels for this religious purpose.
    We are being taken for grinning idiots.
    They will never convert or assimilate so they must change the society. The Chinese, Israelis and Russians know.

  36. Steve trickler says:

    A lot of good people @dovers.

    **********

    Mark Dice:

    IT’S EVERYWHERE!

    IT’S EVERYWHERE!

  37. Steve trickler says:

    Music takes you places.

    *********

    My heart will go on – James Horner

  38. mh says:

    Stumbled across this one.
    The interesting thing here is how pissed off Karl is with the RBA:

    #9News #BreakingNews #NineNewsAustralia
    Treasurer launches first Reserve Bank review since the ‘90s | 9 News Australia

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQUp2epzABs

  39. mh says:

    Republican writes to House Agriculture Committee to call on Bill Gates to testify regarding his farming interests

    Read letter here

  40. mh says:

    Alert: President Joe Biden tests positive for COVID-19, White House says he is experiencing ‘very mild symptoms

    Could have picked it up in Israel last week

    Biden tried to shake an invisible man’s hand

  41. Steve trickler says:

    Sleep well ladies and gents!

    *********

    Bald:

    Solo To The Ukrainian Border 🇺🇦

  42. mh says:

    White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said Thursday that it doesn’t matter where President Biden contracted COVID-19, and that the most important thing is that he was fully vaccinated and double boosted.

    Biden tested positive for COVID-19 Thursday morning and is experiencing mild symptoms, including a runny nose, occasional dry cough and fatigue, the White House said.

    Reporters asked Dr. Ashish Jha, White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator, during a press briefing where Biden may have caught the virus. After Jha said he didn’t know, Jean-Pierre interjected to say it’s not important.

    “Look, I don’t think that that matters, right? I think what matters is we prepared for this moment,” she said.

  43. mh says:

    Black on black violence

    A St. Louis looter has been convicted of killing 77-year-old retired police captain David Dorn during the murderous Black Lives Matter riots of 2020, following the death of violent felon George Floyd in Minneapolis.

    As reported by National File at the time, the BLM riots were so deadly, that more unarmed black people were killed by BLM rioters in one summer than were killed by police in the entire year.

    26-year-old Black Lives Matter rioter and looter Stephan Cannon was convicted Wednesday of first-degree murder, in the June 2, 2020 slaying of retired police captain David Dorn. Dorn, a 77-year-old retiree who served for 38 years in the St. Louis Police Department before serving 6 more as Chief of Police in Moline Acres, Missouri, was out responding to a burglary alarm at his friend’s pawn business when he was gunned down by Cannon, as BLM rioters ransacked, destroyed, and burnt countless St. Louis businesses in a scene reminiscent of those that played out time and time in again in 2020, in Democrat-run cities across the country.

  44. Eyrie says:

    First thing I did was chase up info on mRNA “vaccines” – what stood out was the fact that for the last 10 – 20 years of development, they had not got over the problem of all the test animals dying when exposed to a “wild” virus.

    Which Karl Denninger pointed out at http://www.market-ticker.org when Operation Warpspeed was announced in 2020.
    Thanks Karl. Neither of the Eyrie household is jabbed and VERY grateful for it.

  45. Shy Ted says:

    The TGA has identified 13 reports where the cause of death was linked to vaccination from 889 reports received and reviewed. That was last fortnight (they’ve changed from weekly reports) with reported adverse reactions 132,155.

    The TGA has identified 13 reports where the cause of death was linked to vaccination from 900 reports received and reviewed. This week – adverse reactions 134,126.

    Summarily, deaths running about 5 per week (until the bureaucrats get their hands on the report and say it was something else) and adverse reactions (they don’t accept things like sore arms) 1000 per week.

    Ans the “most” word –

    children and adults are more likely to experience side effects after a second COVID-19 vaccine dose, but most reactions are mild and temporary.

    And –

    The 13 deaths likely to be related to vaccination occurred in people aged 34 – 81 years old. There have been no deaths in children, adolescents or younger adults determined to be linked to COVID-19 vaccination.

    They just removed info about 887 deaths. I’d like to see 887 reports and their demographics.

  46. Steve trickler says:

    Most should have figured it by now.

    Dr John Campbell is walking a tight rope on Sussietube in order to not get banned.

    It is up to the viewer to figure that out.

  47. Arky says:

    Shy Ted says:
    July 22, 2022 at 10:56 am
    The TGA has identified 13 reports where the cause of death was linked to vaccination from 889 reports received and reviewed. That was last fortnight (they’ve changed from weekly reports) with reported adverse reactions 132,155.

    ..
    Ted, the reports of deaths stalled late last year.
    They quickly went from 7 to 8 to 11 to 13, then just stopped, despite the vaccine booster program rolling on.
    Something stinks.

  48. Steve trickler says:

    Pelosi on stock trades.

    *******

    The United Spot:

    Is she telling the truth?

  49. Old bloke says:

    Arky says:
    July 22, 2022 at 11:17 am

    Ted, the reports of deaths stalled late last year.
    They quickly went from 7 to 8 to 11 to 13, then just stopped, despite the vaccine booster program rolling on.
    Something stinks.

    I’ll tell you what stinks, it’s the TGA. Here is the organisation, largely funded by Big Pharma, which promotes the vaxxs and which is also responsible to investigate adverse reactions.

    This is the same as asking the fox to guard the chicken-house.

  50. Old bloke says:

    Steve trickler says:
    July 21, 2022 at 8:52 pm

    For the record, Mister Tuckey was a good bloke. We went back and kept swimming in his hotel pool.

    You’re lucky he didn’t whack you, they called him Iron Bar Tuckey for a reason.

  51. Steve trickler says:

    Let’s go for a walk.

    ***********

    Zachary Denman:

    London is on Fire ? UK Heatwave

  52. Steve trickler says:

    Old bloke says:
    July 22, 2022 at 11:29 am

    His son kept us in check. No bommies in the pool!

  53. Old bloke says:

    mh says:
    July 21, 2022 at 6:44 pm

    Trump is a Big Pharma guy.

    Whereas Ron…

    Trump lost a lot of support for promoting the vaxxs, he’s blind to some things. He’s also no good at choosing staff, a lot of his picks turned out to be real duds.

    Nevertheless, I’d like to see him back in the White House to finish his second term and hopefully clear out some of the swampy creatures. I understand that the arrangement is that Trump’s focus will be on international relations, an area where he was good, and DeSantis will be an activist VP focusing on internal American issues.

    Sounds like a winning combo to me.

  54. Eyrie says:

    https://www.sciencealert.com/huge-new-study-says-your-depression-isn-t-a-chemical-imbalance-after-all

    This looks like another case of “we have a product – let’s market the hell out of it”.

    Not the first time that rubbish has been foisted on the public by the medical profession. Check the Statin scandal. The original trial data has never been released.

  55. Old bloke says:

    JohnJJJ says:
    July 21, 2022 at 10:25 pm

    That is not how they see it. Hajj means to travel or migrate – the original muz spread out all over the Middle East, hence the tribal names. It is part of the fundamental (salafist) belief to spread Islam. Of interest “Mehajer” , remember him?, means a person who travels for this religious purpose.
    We are being taken for grinning idiots.

    This is true, Hajj is a fundamental belief in Islam to spread Islam over the world. It is regarded as a sacred duty akin to Jihadism.

    Moslems don’t go to the West to blend into secular multicultural societies, they come as colonisers.

  56. Ragu says:

    the reports of deaths stalled late last year.
    They quickly went from 7 to 8 to 11 to 13, then just stopped, despite the vaccine booster program rolling on.
    Something stinks.

    The stench is everywhere. US went from 11 000 cases of vaxx induced MyoPC to 1500. They aren’t denying a clinical diagnosis of MyoPC just it was not caused by the mass vaxx event. So how do they explain away the difference between idiopathic rates of 2.2 per million and a sudden rise to 25 per million.

  57. mh says:

    A man attacked New York Republican gubernatorial nominee Rep. Lee Zeldin at an upstate campaign event Thursday evening.

    Zeldin was not harmed in the incident, which occurred as he was speaking at a Veterans of Foreign Wars post in Fairport, a village just outside of Rochester, NBC News reported.

    The attacker was subdued by members of the audience after he charged Zeldin, WHEC-TV reported.

    That NBC affiliate reported that audience members disarmed the man, and put him in zip-ties that were pulled from campaign posters.

    The suspect may have had some sort of bladed instruments, NBC News reported.

  58. Fat Tony says:

    Moslems don’t go to the West to blend into secular multicultural societies, they come as colonisers.

    Imagine a world totally dominated by Islam…

  59. Fat Tony says:

    So how do they explain away the difference between idiopathic rates of 2.2 per million and a sudden rise to 25 per million.

    They’re not going to explain it – to even admit it would mean they would be held responsible for all the deaths and detroyed lives.
    Not gonna happen.

  60. Ragu says:

    They way some of the trials calculate efficacy is a bit of a joke. n people vaxxed, x vaxxed get disease x/n= highly efficacious!

    Completly misses how many were challenged by the thing.

    It’s totally dishonest

  61. Arky says:

    Peter Schiff, although a perma bear gold spruiker, I’m glad he made these points contra the “Living standards are much higher today because of all this consumer stuff you now own” laisser fairies crowd.
    Points covered that anyone not totally brain dead would agree with:
    – The last 60 years have seen less technological improvements than the 60 before that.
    – Men could support a wife at home and a large family on a single wage back in the day. Not now.
    – Families were largely debt free compared to today.
    – Having multiple large screen TVs in every room isn’t a huge improvement on back in the day families had TVs, stereos etc.

  62. Steve trickler says:

    Set up two Go Karts that takes into account the body weight of the drivers to make it equal.

    I’d take on any F1 driver in the world.

    Here is a true story. I took on a 15 year old female who was 25 KG lighter on a cart track. She won the race based on the power to weight ratio. For the record, she was a gun. Very talented.

    She would only keep ahead because of her body weight. I’d gobbler her up every time when it came to negotiating corners and braking zones. When it came to the straight, she would simply pull ahead because she was lighter than me.

    I was happy to kiss her bumper on multiple occasions. She won but knows she lost.

    Good times.

  63. Timothy Neilson says:

    I understand that the arrangement is that Trump’s focus will be on international relations, an area where he was good, and DeSantis will be an activist VP focusing on internal American issues.

    There’s a hurdle.
    Under the Constitution, a state’s electoral college representatives aren’t allowed to vote for both a President and VP from their own state. Now that Trump is a resident of Florida, in a close election they could find that Florida’s electoral votes are crucial and can’t be used for both Trump and De Santis, i.e. De Santis could lose by default. There may be some workaround, e.g. the Trump/De Santis delegates from all states all vote for some other Republican as VP [not sure that’s allowed, but maybe], then the new VP steps down and Trump appoints De Santis.
    At any rate it’s a potential problem that may make them disinclined to do it.

  64. Timothy Neilson says:

    Fat Tony says:
    July 21, 2022 at 10:17 pm
    rosie says:
    July 21, 2022 at 10:14 pm
    I’m amazed my getting a flu shot has inspired such a bizarre diatribe.

    What bizarre diatribe & where?
    To quote a famous singer-song writer: DILLIGAF ??

    and

    mh says:
    July 21, 2022 at 10:20 pm
    This is what happens when people come to Adam’s Cat and can’t let the other one go.

    Anyone here who has issues with individuals over at Dover’s, SORT IT OUT AT DOVER’S.

    Stop acting like bitches.

    I think rosie was referring to this…

    Steve trickler says:
    July 21, 2022 at 6:06 pm
    I note a stupid pin cushion bitch@Dovers just got another flu shot. Her faith in Big Parma is now legendary.

    Her immune system is now at the behest of wackos!

    No grieving from me when she carks it. She’s a f*cking idiot. Hopefully her kids will smack some sense into her.
    [Etc.]

    People here are much more obsessed with Dover’s than people there are about here. It always starts with some chip-on-the-shoulder pissant here saying something snide about the other site. Then when someone responds, the chip-on-the-shoulder pissants start the cant-ridden LARPing victimhood.

  65. johanna johanna says:

    Paul Krugman, pet ‘economist’ of the Left, always wrong about everything:

    Thursday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” economist and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman discussed his NYT op-ed about how he was “wrong” about inflation.

    Krugman explained that there was stuff “that nobody saw coming,” such as Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine and supply chain issues.

    “On inflation, Paul says he was wrong about the issue,” host Mika Brzezinski said in introducing Krugman. “Paul, let’s start with that. Welcome back to the show. Tell us about your piece and … what did you think you got wrong?”

    “Well, partly it’s that there is stuff that … that nobody saw coming,” Krugman replied. “Nobody saw Putin invading Ukraine. I think nobody really thought about logistic supply chains or any of that stuff until suddenly it became a big problem.”

    Nobody thought about supply chains? What he means is, I didn’t think about supply chains, although others certainly did. I was reading stuff about US supply chains for at least a year before that fraud Krugman had his revelation.

    If he had the remotest connection with the reality of how businesses operate, he would have picked it up.

    In the MSM, it’s not what you say, it’s who you are that matters.

  66. johanna johanna says:

    Her immune system is now at the behest of wackos!

    No grieving from me when she carks it.

    Getting into dickhead territory, IMHO.

  67. mh says:

    CNBC

    LONDON — Amid political upheaval, an economic crisis and the potential for mass industrial action, Britain faces a problematic, and possibly pivotal, summer.

    U.K. inflation came in at a 40-year high of 9.4% annually in June and pay packets are failing to keep pace, with real wages plunging and workers across sectors becoming more disgruntled.

    The Office for National Statistics on Tuesday reported total pay increases of 7.2% in the private sector and 1.5% in the public sector in the three months to the end of May, for an overall average of 6.2%.

    This led to a decline in real wages — those adjusted for inflation — of 3.7% excluding bonuses, the worst annual drop since records began in 2001.

    Workers across pillars of the economy have been voting for industrial action over below-inflation pay offers — including transport workers, firefighters, doctors, nurses, teachers, postal workers, civil servants, lawyers and British Telecoms engineers.

    The Fire Brigades Union said Wednesday, the day after London’s fire service experienced its busiest day since World War II, that “firefighters are at the forefront of the climate emergency.”

  68. Steve trickler says:

    Does Bolt have the balls the get Dr Peter McCullough on his show?

  69. Steve trickler says:

    johanna says:
    July 22, 2022 at 5:52 pm

    Go outside and a smoke ciggie. I’ll join you. 😘

  70. mh says:

    I think rosie was referring to this…

    I know she was.
    My words were directed at those who post here but cannot let go of their feuds elsewhere.
    Sorry if that was misinterpreted.
    Rosie shouldn’t have to come here to defend herself. She doesn’t post here.

  71. Steve trickler says:

    Does Bolt have the balls to get …

  72. Steve trickler says:

    Rosie is a f*ckwit and a brainwashed clown.

  73. Arky says:

    Quoting comments from around the internet and then commenting upon them is a staple of comments on any blog.
    For what reason do people think that the denizens of other versions of the cat should not be similar fodder here?
    Is there good reasons I am missing?
    (Other than that they are likely to show up here and whinge?)

  74. mh says:

    People here are much more obsessed with Dover’s than people there are about here.

    I believe it was the last OT Adam highlighted a post caught up in the filter, just so we realise why comments sometimes may not appear and why the filter exists.
    Adam requested we didn’t comment on it, as it’s not that sort of blog.

  75. Arky says:

    If nothing else, the last two years of Catallaxian blogging is at some point worthy of study.
    How a group of self declared “libertarians” went from near two decades of decrying everything to do with government control and regulation, declared themselves over and over again as individualists and masters of their own fate, anti- collectivist and on and on, suddenly started getting themselves injected with some novel crap mandated by some of the dodgiest looking health officers and their shifty politician masters.
    It is really, really a topic that at some future point after the dust settles needs investigation.

  76. Arky says:

    needs investigation.

    ..
    From a purely psychological interest, I hurry to add.

  77. Arky says:

    It is at this point worth repeating that the vaccines cost us far more than the subsidies handed out over decades to Australian car manufacturers.
    Where was the outcry from libertarians at this waste?
    Where was the post after post after bloody post from all the usual ones mocking government interference in free markets when it came to this injectable mandated and very expensive shite? Where were the Covid vaccine mandate jibes similar to the “they took our jerbs” and “Oh why won’t they think of the children”? etc etc etc?

  78. Steve trickler says:

    Pulling the deceased out of the water would play on the mind of any individual.

    ***********

    Via Josh.

    New Live Stream Gear + After SOLVED Case Reflection | Behind the Scenes w/ Adventures with Purpose

  79. Shy Ted says:

    re Dr John Campbell. If you accept the virus has been proved to exist (it hasn’t) and the PCR/RAT/LAMP tests diagnose Convid (they don’t) and all those turning up to hospital with other medical issues, being diagnosed with Convid and then being cited as statistics and that masks are protective and that the vax is a vaccine (it isn’t) and that medical professionals won’t lose their jobs if they stray from the official narrative and positive-tested people with no symptoms are sick and must be isolated (I could go on) then, by all means, accept what he has to say.
    Or he could just be interpreting meaningless numbers.

  80. Fat Tony says:

    Timothy Neilson says:
    July 22, 2022 at 5:48 pm

    Just checking – are you calling me a pissant?

  81. mh says:

    QLD Coronavirus News
    New mandate: The Qld cops told ‘get a fourth jab or lose your job’

    A new mandate has been announced directing some Queensland police officers to receive their fourth Covid-19 vaccination or face losing their job, while others have been strongly encouraged to do the same.

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