Open Thread – Saturday, 22 January 2022

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  1. Carpe Jugulum says:


    Boo Ya

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  2. win says:

    T he Courier Mail is in election mode. Every thing is Morrissons fault Palacszyzuks is never mentioned in her disasterous policies. A silent media is a complisit media. Qld. is a virtual Chinese province.

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  3. Top Ender says:

    Mr Loaf’s best song is undoubtably “Rock And Roll Dreams Come Through”.

    Here it is….

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  4. mh says:

    Victoria records 16,016 new cases
    The state has notched up another 16,016 Covid cases and 20 more deaths as the number of infected people hospitalised reaches 1,029

    I believe Australia and Israel are the worst affected nations on earth re Omicron variant.

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  5. Shy Ted says:

    I was wondering when Gerard might return with MediaWatchDog, not just yet. So using 12ft I got a freebie to The Oz. Oh dear.
    I blame the prions.

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  6. Shy Ted says:

    I had 2 very happy years in Townsville in the early 90s. Shame it won the shit town award. Mind you, the health services
    and the supermarkets
    seem to be contributing.

    Kieran Keyes, chief executive of Townsville Hospital and Health Service, said the signage was a hoax and that “wall-licking” was not a problem in the hospital.
    “It is clear this was an attempt to be amusing by an individual with a unique sense of humour and, while I appreciate the effort to lighten the mood, I want to assure the community wall-licking is not an issue at Townsville University Hospital,” Mr Keyes said.
    Once identified, the signs were immediately removed from the hospital.

    Bet it wasn’t.

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  7. Shy Ted says:

    Stolen from the other Cat cos just so funny.
    In men’ soccer it would have been Harder 3, Cuthbert 1. Well done that graphics/score person, clearly a man.

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  8. mh says:

    Craig Kelly MP
    See you all soon



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  9. mh says:

    Jen Psaki

    “My advice to everyone out there who’s frustrated, sad, angry, pissed off: feel those emotions, go to a kickboxing class, have a margarita, do whatever you need to do this weekend and then wake up on Monday morning, we gotta keep fighting.”

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  10. mh says:

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    Matildas 18 Indonesia 0

    High five: Unstoppable Kerr breaks record as Matildas run riot
    Sam Kerr netted five goals to surge past Tim Cahill’s mark for most international goals as the Matildas produced a record win in Asia.

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  11. kaysee kaysee says:

    Serbia revokes Rio Tinto lithium project licences amid protests

    Serbia revoked Rio Tinto’s (RIO.L) lithium exploration licences on Thursday, bowing to protesters who opposed the development of the project by the Anglo-Australian mining giant on environmental grounds.

    Thursday’s decision comes as Serbia approaches a general election in April and as relations between Belgrade and Australia have soured after Sunday’s high-profile deportation of tennis star Novak Djokovic from Australia over the country’s COVID-19 entry rules.

    Some observations:

    16 Jan 2022: Novak Djokovic deported from Australia
    20 Jan 2022: Rio Tinto deported from Serbia

    April-May 2022: Australia general elections
    April 2022: Serbia general elections

    No athlete/company is bigger than the sporting/political game?

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  12. kaysee kaysee says:

    17 Jan 2022

    No vaccine, no French Open for Djokovic, says France’s sports ministry

    France’s vaccine pass law, approved by parliament on Sunday, will require people to have a certificate of vaccination to enter public places such as restaurants, cafes, cinemas and long-distance trains.

    “The rule is simple. The vaccine pass will be imposed, as soon as the law is promulgated, in establishments that were already subject to the health pass,” the ministry said.

    French Open is four months away.

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  13. kaysee kaysee says:

    This is filed under News, so it must be true.

    Truck carrying 100 monkeys crashes in Pa., and now some are missing: Police

    A truck carrying about 100 monkeys was involved in a crash Friday in Pennsylvania, state police said as authorities searched for at least three of the monkeys that appeared to have escaped the vehicle.

    The truck carrying the animals crashed with a dump truck in the afternoon in Montour County, Pennsylvania State Police Trooper Andrea Pelachick told the Daily Item.

    The truck had been on its way to a lab, Pelachick said.

    Authorities have asked residents who might see the monkeys to call state police at 570-524-2662.

    It was unclear if any people or animals were injured in the crash.

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  14. kaysee kaysee says:

    Bjorn Lomborg
    Batteries won’t save us

    Batteries won’t save the US
    The US has batteries able to supply 3:24 of average electricity consumption now
    and about 10 minutes in 2030

    Batteries won’t save Asia
    Asia has batteries able to supply just 31 seconds of average electricity consumption now
    and about 10 minutes in 2030

    Batteries won’t save Europe
    Europe has batteries able to supply a little more than 1 minute of average electricity consumption now
    and about 12 minutes in 2030

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  15. cohenite says:

    Latest from the whacky world of islam:

    UK: Jailed jihad preacher’s seven sons are all criminals or jihadis, cost taxpayers $13,582,800

    Canada looking forward to welcoming 1,000,000 Afghans who want in

    UN experts warn Taliban erasing women from public life

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  16. kaysee kaysee says:

    Added a few Climate comments to the wiki starting here.

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  17. kaysee kaysee says:


    Canadian truckers are doing more than convoying over the vax passport.
    They are going after all tyranny and illegal laws and mandates and abuses of citizens.
    It comes to a stop now!
    All of it!

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  18. mh says:

    Thousands of protesters against vaccines and lockdowns swarmed on city centres during ‘freedom’ rallies, with some carrying vile signs…

    The Melbourne event attracted the biggest crowd, with more than 5000 people walking from Parliament House through the CBD to Carlton Gardens.

    Signs with slogans such as “my body my choice”, “save our children”, “free Victoria”, “fake news”, “be fab stop the jab” and “unvaxxed sperm is the next bitcoin” dominated the streetscape as traffic came to a standstill.

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  19. kaysee kaysee says:

    In an address to the protesters, prominent anti-vaxxer Monica Smit suggested people wore masks because others did and it gave them a sense of collective purpose.

    From commentator Sophie Corcoran:

    People that say “it’s just a mask” are some of the most ignorant people in the UK

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  20. kaysee kaysee says:

    Two adult police officers (NYPD) needed for

    Arresting a 9-yr old girl, at a museum w/ a book bag- because she didn’t show proof she’d taken the experimental drug.

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  21. Steve trickler says:

    I’ve got a suspicion potential dramas with Russia maybe behind the move. His Ukrainian vlogs have been interesting to watch…I’ve just watched his recent San Francisco – Ghost Town clip. The place is f*cked in comparison to Kiev.



    Johnny FD:

    After over two years of not being back in America, it was finally time to go home to San Francisco. Join me on a journey from Kyiv (Kiev) the capital of Ukraine, through Munich, Germany, and finally back to San Francisco, California where my parent’s have been waiting for much too long.


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  22. kaysee kaysee says:

    There are many debates about the jabs. About respecting people’s choices whether they decide to get vaxxed or not vaxxed.

    This sums it up.

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  23. Cardimona says:

    The Cairns Freedom Rally had about 2,000 in it, and it rained heavily the whole time except for the first ten minutes.
    I learned that it’s very hard to manage crutches and an umbrella at the same time…

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  24. Steve trickler says:

    Warning! The intro of this clip comes with a shock.


    Fleccas Talks:


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  25. cohenite says:

    Warning! The intro of this clip comes with a shock.

    I can only watch about 30 seconds of that shit before I have to go out and punch a fucking tree. Those clip show why the West is doomed.

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  26. Ragu says:



    The asian food on the bench added mucho hilarity

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  27. mh says:

    James Campell: Stats don’t look good for Scott Morrison and his Coalition

    … The other important known unknown is what is going to happen to the preferences of the independent/other vote.

    Newspoll presently has “Other” at 13 per cent, Resolve has “independent” and “Other” at a combined 17 per cent, which either way is enough to have big say in who gets the chocolates later this year.

    It goes without saying that this cohort is disparate, from inner-city lefties in once-safe Liberal seats, and Labor and Coalition voters presently parking their vote with Clive Palmer and Craig Kelly — a vote which could melt away on election day.

    It’s this putative Palmer vote that most interests the major parties.

    Last time Palmer’s importance was not the votes he himself garnered but the influence his massive anti-Labor advertising spend had on driving voters into the arms of Scott Morrison.

    This time it’s an anti-incumbent message encouraging us to vote against sitting MPs.

    Now it’s possible, of course, that at the last minute Palmer and Kelly could again flick the switch to an anti-Labor message, but the longer they stick with the current line, the more damage they are likely to be doing to Morrison – and how much more can he take?

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  28. mh says:

    Speaking of Big Clive:

    An important message for all Australians

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  29. egg_ says:

    the more damage they are likely to be doing to Morrison – and how much more can he take?

    In a death spiral, just like last Election?

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  30. egg_ says:

    This time it’s an anti-incumbent message encouraging us to vote against sitting MPs.

    Memory Vault’s strategy?

    Does that cause bedwetting amongst the Clown Posse?

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  31. egg_ says:



    The asian food on the bench added mucho hilarity

    Do cats eat Chinese food, or is that like chickens eating KFC?

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  32. egg_ says:

    Show on SBS with a woman carrying home the shopping with a big set of bags – and the shopping bags were pretty big too!

    /Mens Shed

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  33. Cold-Hands Cold-Hands says:

    The Week in Pictures: Bye-Bye Biden edition

    The beginning of the end for (p)Resident 46? One can only hope.

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  34. Steve trickler says:

    Kurt Kaz:

    It was last night in Karachi, so me and Kurt decided to treat ourselves to a nice meal. We actually found a different fine dining restaurant first – we went in, asked if we could film, they said yes, but as we were ordering they changed their minds and didn’t want the free promo, so we went across the road to Chef’s Table and the guys were super friendly, and the food, staff and experience was awesome.

    This was both mine and @Kurt Caz’s first time doing fine dining, and certainly both of our first times trying a 10 course menu. It’s not something I’d do often, I’m happy with a pizza, but it was cool to try this without being totally ripped off like in most countries. Shout out Chef’s Table’s staff for being awesome and the owner for coming to say hello.

    We had a week in Karachi, eating street food, going around hectic markets, going to Karachi’s craziest beach, meeting some really friendly Pakistani people and overall having a really good time in a country that has a bad reputation due to the media. Hopefully me and Kurt Caz have helped to change that even a tiny bit to show you that Pakistani people are friendly.

    Pakistani fine dining with Kurt Caz 🇵🇰

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  35. Shy Ted says:

    For sale, just around the corner from me.
    Gonna buy it, go forward in time, find out which pollies, journos, bureaucrats and enablers haven’t been hanged and then come back and let you know.

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  36. mh says:

    News dot com

    Israeli immunologist claims Covid-19 ‘cannot be defeated’, slams ‘failed’ pandemic response

    A leading Israeli immunologist has penned a scathing open letter slamming the government for its “failed” coronavirus response.
    Writing for N12 News, Professor Ehud Qimron, head of the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at Tel Aviv University, accused the Israeli Ministry of Health of pursuing “destructive policies” for the past two years out of a “lust for power, budgets and control”.

    In the wide-ranging opinion piece, Prof Qimron attacked the government over lockdowns, restrictions and vaccine mandates, alleging health authorities had ignored established epidemiological science and pandemic plans at the outset – and then refused to adjust policies in the face of real-world data.

    His comments calling on the Health Ministry to “admit failure” come as the country grapples with an Omicron wave that Prime Minister Naftali Bennett says could see up to 40 per cent of the population infected.

    “Two years late, you finally realise that a respiratory virus cannot be defeated and that any such attempt is doomed to fail,” Prof Qimron wrote.

    “You do not admit it, because you have admitted almost no mistake in the last two years, but in retrospect it is clear that you have failed miserably in almost all of your actions, and even the media is already having a hard time covering your shame.

    “You refused to admit that the infection comes in waves that fade by themselves, despite years of observations and scientific knowledge. You insisted on attributing every decline of a wave solely to your actions, and so through false propaganda ‘you overcame the plague’. And again you defeated it, and again and again and again.

    “You refused to admit that mass testing is ineffective, despite your own contingency plans explicitly stating so.

    “You refused to admit that recovery is more protective than a vaccine, despite previous knowledge and observations showing that non-recovered vaccinated people are more likely to be infected than recovered people. You refused to admit that the vaccinated are contagious despite the observations. Based on this, you hoped to achieve herd immunity by vaccination – and you failed in that as well.

    “You insisted on ignoring the fact that the disease is dozens of times more dangerous for risk groups and older adults, than for young people who are not in risk groups, despite the knowledge that came from China as early as 2020.”

    Prof Qimron said the Israeli government should have adopted the “Great Barrington Declaration”, a 2020 document authored by Sunetra Gupta of the University of Oxford, Jay Bhattacharya of Stanford University and Martin Kulldorff of Harvard University calling for an end to “devastating” lockdown policies around the world.

    “You chose to ridicule, slander, distort and discredit them,” he wrote.

    “The truth is that you have brought the public’s trust in you to an unprecedented low, and you have eroded your status as a source of authority.

    “The truth is that you have burned hundreds of billions of shekels to no avail – for publishing intimidation, for ineffective tests, for destructive lockdowns and for disrupting the routine of life in the last two years.

    “You have destroyed the education of our children and their future. You have harmed livelihoods, the economy, human rights, mental health and physical health. You slandered colleagues who did not surrender to you, you turned the people against each other, divided society and polarised the discourse.”

    He was also critical of Israel’s “Green Pass” vaccine passport system, saying the government had branded, “without any scientific basis, people who chose not to get vaccinated as enemies of the public and as spreaders of disease”.

    Despite skyrocketing Covid-19 cases, Prof Qimron claimed that there was “currently no medical emergency”.

    “But you have been cultivating such a condition for two years now because of lust for power, budgets and control,” he wrote.

    “The only emergency now is that you still set policies and hold huge budgets for propaganda and psychological engineering instead of directing them to strengthen the health care system.”

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  37. mh says:

    Macron turns up at the European Parliament and cops it sweet from a Croatian MEP

    Based Croatia
    Croatian 🇭🇷 MEP Mislav Kolakušić addressing the French 🇫🇷 president Emmanuel Macron in the European Parliament:

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  38. mh says:

    Libs of Tik Tok
    WATCH: At a recent school board meeting, it was revealed that a Michigan school placed LITTER BOXES in the bathroom for students that identify as cats. Unbelievable

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  39. hzhousewife says:

    Should I have one of those cat-identifying children in my class, I would show them some youtube images demonstrating the following :In addition to cleaning their legs and body, cats will also lick their genital areas in an attempt to remove dirt, discharge, and debris as a part of their normal behavior. : – see how long they wished to remain cats.

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  40. Ragu says:

    In the good old days, kids that think they are cats would be lead to the principal office whereby they would be told cats have been declared vermin and are to be shot on sight.

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  41. candy says:

    A kid identifying as a cat may mean they want to be petted and cuddled or something. They won’t identify as a cane toad, would they. It’s some kind of mental illness.

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  42. candy says:

    People are extremely mask conscious up here in my part of Brisbane, compulsive. After the fear driven into them by the media. And yet I don’t see much hand sanitising at all going after public transport or at the supermarkets. The main places where any virus spreads. Washing hands before you eat etc. Traditional things.

    Local shops are struggling because of supply line deficiencies.

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  43. mh says:

    Nigel Farage

    Why you can’t trust the government.

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  44. Shy Ted says:

    Colours matter
    Nature’ warning
    Some say CNN doesn’t cover acts of terrierism etc. It clearly does

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  45. egg_ says:

    Macron turns up at the European Parliament and cops it sweet from a Croatian MEP

    Macron went full Moronic – never go full Moronic.

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  46. egg_ says:

    Is McClown going as Moronic as you can?

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  47. Shy Ted says:

    I think the Catictionary is just as good.
    The Washington Post’s Mensa Invitational once again invited readers to take any word from the dictionary, alter it by adding, subtracting, or changing one letter, and supply a new definition. Here are the winners:
    1. Cashtration (n.): The act of buying a house, which renders the subject financially impotent for an indefinite period of time.
    2. Ignoranus: A person who’s both stupid and an asshole.
    3. Intaxicaton: Euphoria at getting a tax refund, which lasts until you realize it was your money to start with.
    4. Reintarnation: Coming back to life as a hillbilly.
    5. Bozone (n.): The substance surrounding stupid people that stops bright ideas from penetrating. The bozone layer, unfortunately, shows little sign of breaking down in the near future.
    6. Foreploy: Any misrepresentation about yourself for the purpose of getting laid.
    7. Giraffiti: Vandalism spray-painted very, very high.
    8. Sarchasm: The gulf between the author of sarcastic wit and the person who doesn’t get it.
    9. Inoculatte: To take coffee intravenously when you are running late.
    10. Osteopornosis: A degenerate disease. (This one got extra credit)
    11. Karmageddon: It’s like, when everybody is sending off all these really bad vibes, right? And then, like, the Earth explodes and it’s like, a serious bummer.
    12. Decafalon(n):The grueling event of getting through the day consuming only things that are good for you.
    13. Glibido: All talk and no action.
    14. Dopeler Effect: The tendency of stupid ideas to seem smarter when they come at you rapidly.
    15. Arachnoleptic Fit (n.): The frantic dance performed just after you’ve accidentally walked through a spider web.
    16. Beelzebug (n.): Satan in the form of a mosquito, that gets into your bedroom at three in the morning and cannot be cast out.
    17. Caterpallor (n.): The color you turn after finding half a worm in the fruit you’re eating.
    The WashingtonPost has also published the winning submissions to its yearly contest, in which readers are asked to supply alternate meanings for common words.
    And the winners are:
    1. Coffee, n. The person upon whom one coughs.
    2. Flabbergasted, adj. Appalled by discovering how much weight one has gained.
    3. Abdicate, v. To give up all hope of ever having a flat stomach.
    4. Esplanade, v. To attempt an explanation while drunk.
    5. Willy-nilly, adj. Impotent.
    6. Negligent, adj. Absent mindedly answering the door when wearing only a nightgown.
    7. Lymph, v. To walk with a lisp.
    8. Gargoyle, n. Olive-flavored mouthwash.
    9. Flatulence, n. Emergency vehicle that picks up someone who has been run over by a steamroller.
    10. Balderdash, n. A rapidly receding hairline.
    11. Testicle, n. A humorous question on an exam.
    12. Rectitude, n. The formal, dignified bearing adopted by proctologists.
    13. Pokemon, n. A Rastafarian proctologist.
    14. Oyster, n. A person who sprinkles his conversation with Yiddishisms.
    15. Frisbeetarianism, n. The belief that, after death, the soul flies up onto the roof and gets stuck there.
    16. Circumvent, n. An opening in the front of boxer shorts worn by Jewish men.

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  48. mh says:

    Melbourne or Beijing?

    ‘Sinister stuff’: Australian Open spectator sporting Peng Shuai T-shirt refused entry

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  49. Steve trickler says:

    I does make me wonder. My religious knowledge is practically zero and the flat earth part / aliens…yeah, nah. The giant ancient petrified trees remains though, is plausible. After venturing down this rabbit hole, I see them everywhere now. Have a squiz and contemplate the thought.

    Individuals to decide for themselves. If they want to dismiss it, so be it. I can understand that. Just putting it out there.

    Nephilim, ALIENS, ANCIENT GIANT TREES, Like AVATAR the movie…

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  50. Steve trickler says:

    It does…

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  51. mh says:

    You know what you’re getting if Albo becomes PM – more lockdown.

    Albanese supports McGowan backflip
    Anthony Albanese has backed the last-minute delay to Western Australia’s border reopening, telling Premier Mark McGowan he “respected and supported the decision


    We can never trust the Liberals, Labor or the Greens ever again.

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  52. Steve trickler says:

    Those little portable wood burning stoves are excellent. A relaxing
    20 minutes here; with not a word spoken.


    Hike Camp Climb:

    On this adventure I went hot tent snow camping in old growth forest. I’ve always wanted to hot tent camp here in the snow. Many of the trees are hundreds of years old and hundreds of feet tall. The forest gives off an eerie vibe but it is absolutely stunning to see. It snowed almost non stop the entire trip and temperatures stayed around 23 F (-5 C). I cooked up some delicious cheese steak sandwiches on the wood stove for dinner and had scrambled eggs for breakfast. Before I packed up I got to play around with the Dwarf Telescope made by TinyScope. It worked surprisingly well and I can’t wait to use it somewhere with an actual view. I hope you enjoy the beautiful forest in this video!

    Hot Tent Snow Camping In Old Growth Forest | Wood Stove Cheese Steak

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  53. kaysee kaysee says:

    Pfizer and the Vatican

    The Register has learned that Pope Francis privately held undisclosed meetings with the CEO of Pfizer last year as questions arise over the efficacy of the vaccines in preventing transmission, which are now being mandated for all Vatican staff and visitors.

    According to Vatican sources, the Holy Father twice met Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla at the Vatican, although the precise details are not known.

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  54. kaysee kaysee says:

    UK Cancels All Covid Mandates (Globalist Pope Exposed)

    In this episode of The Remnant Underground, Michael J. Matt comments on a strangely underreported bombshell: PM Boris Johnson is to drop ALL mandates in the UK. Yes, that’s right… ALL OF THEM!

    Meanwhile, Bill Gates predicts that COVID will become “like the flu” in the next few weeks, and the Pfizer CEO announces a “return to the old normal” by spring.

    Tony from the Land of Baloney, on the other hand, shows no signs of standing down, leaving many to wonder how divided Camp Great Reset actually is right now.

    Wherever this goes in the future, Michael argues that we must lay the blame for two years of crimes against humanity at the feet of Francis of Rome.

    Thank you, Michael Matt, for saying what needs to be said about Francis of Rome.

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  55. kaysee kaysee says:

    Speaking of Big Clive:

    An important message for all Australians

    Palmer handled that press conference, well. If what he said there is his real goal in funding the UAP, it will be good for democracy in this country.

    We will only know the truth after the elections, if the UAP wins seats to make a difference. Will there be a price to pay?

    But, Lib-Nat-Lab-Grn alliance needs to be cut down and if it takes the UAP and other centre-right parties to achieve that, so be it.

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  56. Steve trickler says:

    It has to be said, he’s been on the ball since the get-go with this scam.


    Dr Vernon Coleman:


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  57. kaysee kaysee says:

    The Washington Post’s Mensa Invitational once again invited readers to take any word from the dictionary, alter it by adding, subtracting, or changing one letter, and supply a new definition. Here are the winners:

    8. Sarchasm: The gulf between the author of sarcastic wit and the person who doesn’t get it.

    Sometimes, it can be a problame on these online forums.

    It can happen with any form of humour. You type out a reply, forgetting that the person you are responding to cannot see your facial expressions or hear your tone. Even if you add an emoji, it may not express what you intended.

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  58. JohnJJJ says:

    coodle: one of those stupid little dogs bought to get over the trauma of COVID times. As in ” As rare as gonads on a coodle”

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  59. egg_ says:

    Albanese supports McGowan backflip

    Albo supports Law ‘n’ Border?

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  60. cohenite says:

    Fuck I hate the left; Trump ordered or offered the National Guard for Jan 6 but this was turned down by that kunt pelosi who will not be subpoenaed by the Jan 6 commission:

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  61. kaysee kaysee says:


    Requesting permission to put up the Dr Coleman video as a post.

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  62. mh says:

    Latest Official Infection Data After Vaccination – 17 Jan 2022

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  63. kaysee kaysee says:


    This is overwhelming! NHS staff from all over the UK laying their uniforms on the steps of Trafalgar Square

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  64. With monkeys, I’ve just read a book titled The Girl with No Name, about a girl kidnapped from her home in Columbia, abandoned by her captors in the jungle in what sounds like desperate circumstances, and raised by (or in parallel with) monkeys for some years before finding her way back into society albeit the dregs of it. A good read with a happy ending as matriarch of a multi-generational family, even if she still find it hard to resist climbing a tree. Interesting contrasts between her lives in animal and human kingdoms along with those in the middle.

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  65. Steve trickler says:


    No need to ever ask for permission. I do not own it😊.

    Go for it.

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  66. Steve trickler says:

    For those that missed it, this prank is a classic. Damn good laugh. I’ll post a follow up clip about the ins and outs of this marvelous creation shortly. You’d be surprised at the craftmanship and workmanship that has gone into this thing. How they got away with it?

    This could never happen in Australia.


    AIR SCREAM PRANK DAY! – Behind the Scenes of Farmtruck and AZN Episode 1

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  67. egg_ says:

    Thomas Sowell: “Consequential knowledge” – the control tower reminded the airline pilot he hadn’t lowered his landing gear, so he was forced to abruptly go around – eh, Prof Brian Cox?

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  68. Steve trickler says:

    Make your own mind up. I warn you, it will forever stick in the back of your mind.

    Final Chapter-Part 26 Preview , Biblical Tree Remains

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