Open Thread – Saturday, 22 January 2022

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  1. Steve trickler says:

    Quartz is petrified tree sap.

    Geologist: Bullshit!
    Me: 😎

    I remember my uncles rock collection. Cross sectioned and polished. Lots of quartz.

    They were all remains of ancient trees.

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  2. Steve trickler says:

    The cave he stays in is a ancient tree. I wonder if he knows it?

    Geologist: No it is not!
    Me: Yes it is! It is clear as day.
    Geologist: What you say is contrary to my education.
    Me: That cave is a petrified ancient tree. Chill out and open your mind.

    With that said, check out his channel.


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  3. Steve trickler says:

    I could spend many nights there. No problem. As long as you are dry, safe and warm, let me in.

    Building complete and warm survival shelter | Bushcraft earth hut, grass roof & fireplace with clay

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  4. mh says:

    As one of the greatest works in Britain’s literary canon, Nineteen Eighty-Four sounds a chilling warning about the dangers of censorship.

    Now staff at the University of Northampton have issued a trigger warning for George Orwell’s novel on the grounds that it contains ‘explicit material’ which some students may find ‘offensive and upsetting’.

    The advice, revealed following a Freedom of Information request by The Mail on Sunday, has infuriated critics, who say it runs contrary to the themes in the book…

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  5. mh says:

    Dad’s Tearful Plea For Answers About His Son’s Death After Pfizer Vaccine: “All He Wanted To Do Was Play Hockey”

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  6. mh says:

    SUNDAY, JAN 23, 2022 – 10:35 AM
    Just as the covid narrative is slowly disintegrating even as its MSM propaganda powers “cancel” anyone who dares to speak out against the lies – so the “Russia is about to invade Ukraine” plotline just suffered a major blow after the chief of Germany’s navy, vice-admiral Kay-Achim Schönbach , said on Friday that Crimea “will never come back”, and that what Putin “really wants is respect…and it is easy to give him the respect he really demands – and probably deserves.”

    And sure enough, just one day later, on Saturday evening, he resigned from his post for having the temerity to speak out against conventional wisdom…

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  7. cohenite says:

    Good Lame Pics. Now for something serious: is islam destroying France:

    When French President Emmanuel Macron speaks, it is only about the pandemic. Political analysts think that if he manages to avoid all other topics, his reelection will be a certainty. If he does not, everything could turn out any which way.

    “No, the great replacement is not a fantasy“. — Éric Zemmour, candidate in France’s upcoming presidential election, YouTube, December 15, 2021.

    “Four hundred thousand Muslim immigrants enter France each year. In five years, that makes two million more Muslims. These Muslims go to live in the Muslim areas and do not integrate… What do you think that means?” — Éric Zemmour, YouTube, December 15, 2021.

    “We see violence in our cities and towns…. We see hatred of France and its history becoming the norm… You abandon, without reacting, entire districts of our country to the law of the strongest… if a civil war breaks out, the army will maintain order on its own soil…. No one can want such a terrible situation… but yes, once again, civil war is brewing in France and you know it perfectly well”. — Open letter in Valeurs Actuelles, signed by thousands of professional soldiers who asked that their names not be made public, May 9, 2021.

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  8. mh says:

    Barnaby Joyce has apologised after saying “people aren’t dying” from Covid-19 Australia.
    During a radio interview on ABC RN on Monday morning, the Nationals leader was asked if Australia can “really say that we are the envy of the world” after the EU and US warned its citizens against travelling here.

    Mr Joyce replied: “Well, people aren’t dying”.

    Host Patricia Karvelas responded: “People are dying. People are dying every day.”

    Mr Joyce was quick to correct himself: “Sorry, sorry sorry. Yes, you are correct, I shouldn’t have said that. But the number in which – the fatality rate is very low. Obviously, that is a tragic thing for anybody … (to die) for any reason – for catching the flu. But the fatality rate of Omicron is remarkably low and Australia has done a remarkable job.”

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  9. mh says:

    Liberty Quote
    Tomorrow is the most important thing in life. Comes into us at midnight very clean. It’s perfect when it arrives and it puts itself in our hands. It hopes we’ve learned something from yesterday.
    — John Wayne

    John Wayne Bobbitt might disagree.

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  10. Old bloke says:

    Shy Ted says:
    January 23, 2022 at 1:06 pm


    Thanks Ted, there’s some very clever people around.

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  11. Ragu says:

    John Wayne Gacy might agree

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  12. Old bloke says:

    Steve trickler says:
    January 23, 2022 at 1:20 pm

    I does make me wonder. My religious knowledge is practically zero and the flat earth part / aliens…yeah, nah.

    Thanks Steve, that was an interesting video. There are some very strange passages in the Bible about the Nephilim, the rebellious angels who followed Satan, which say that they came down to the Earth and mated with human women which produced new creatures we call the “giants”. I can’t remember the Greek name for these creatures but they were very tall, so “giant” stuck.

    So, God destroyed the earth to wipe them out, sparing only Noah and his family as their DNA wasn’t tainted by interbreeding with the Nephilim. They were back again after the flood, Goliath for example and other taller than average individuals David singled out for execution.

    The Bible also says that, in the future, it will be like the days of Noah again, there will be another attempt to corrupt human DNA prior to Yahoshua’s return as Messiah ben David. It will be a bumpy ride till then, but the Good Guy wins in the end.

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  13. Shy Ted says:

    Top 50 Convidiocy
    “How did we listen to that bonkers, ahem, advice with a straight face? With the UK set to be one of the first countries to come out of the pandemic, I thought it was worth starting to compile a list of the most lunatic measures. Lest we forget.
    Some of my followers on Twitter offered these. I’m sure you will have your own.
    1. “Church yesterday. Wafer but no wine for communion. Service followed by wine and biscuits to mark the vicar’s retirement.”
    2. “The one where you could work in a control room with multiple people for 12 hours then be breaking the law if you sat on a bench drinking coffee with one of them.”
    3. “Forming a socially distanced queue at the airport before being sardined into a packed plane with the same people, two hours later.”
    4. “Swings in our local park put into quarantine or removed – even though children were barely at risk from Covid as swings were outside.”
    5. “No butterfly stroke allowed while swimming.”
    6. “Pubs with no volume on the TV.”
    7. “Not allowing people to sit on a park bench. My elderly aunt kept fit by walking her dog every day, but she needed to rest. Since that rule, she stopped going out. She went downhill and died last April.”
    8. “I got thrown out of a McDonald’s for refusing to stand on a yellow circle. I was the only customer.”
    9. “Yellow and black hazard tape across public seats and benches outdoors.”
    10. “I’m stuck in the infant in-patient ward with my nine-day-old sick baby, post C-section, unable to look after him. My husband (same household) is not allowed to be here with us. I’m having panic attacks, which is preventing me from producing milk for the baby.”
    11. “I was advised by a council worker to keep my dog on a lead because people might stop to pet her and congregate too closely.”
    12. “My bed-ridden mother-in-law with dementia in a care home where only ‘window visits’ were allowed. Mum was on the first floor. Had to wait for someone to die on the ground floor so she could be moved down there and finally seen by her family. After 12 months.”
    13. “Two people allowed to go for a walk on a golf course. If they took clubs and balls, it was a criminal offence.”
    14. “The one-way system in my local pub, which meant that to visit the loo you had to make a circular journey through the building, ensuring you passed every table.”
    15. “My dad was failing in his care home. We weren’t allowed to visit him until the doctor judged he was end-of-life care because of one positive case in the home. We had 24 hours with him before he passed.”
    16. “People falling down the escalator on the Underground because they were frightened of touching the handrails – even though you couldn’t get Covid from surfaces.”
    17. “Rule of Six. My wife and I have three children so we could meet either my wife’s mum or her dad, but not both at the same time.”
    18. “Nobody solved an airborne virus transmission with a one-way system in Tesco.”
    19. “How about not being allowed for several months – by law – to play tennis outdoors with my own wife? We’d have been further apart from each other on court than in our own home.”
    20. “On two occasions, I was stopped and questioned while taking flowers to my mother’s grave. One time, a police officer even asked for my mum’s name. No idea what he would have done with that information.”
    21. “Birmingham City Council cutting the grass in two-metre strips – so the weeds could social-distance?”
    22. “Northampton police checking supermarket baskets for non-essential items.”
    23. “All the children at school were asked to bring in a favourite book, but it had to be quarantined for two days before being ‘exposed’ to the rest of the class.”
    24. “Dr Hilary on Good Morning Britain advising people to wear masks on the beach – and that it would be a good idea to swim in the sea with one on, too.”
    25. “Gyms and exercise classes forced to close, but fast-food outlets remained open.”
    26. “They taped off every other urinal in my workplace.”
    27. “Sign on the inside of work bathroom door: close toilet lid before flushing to prevent plumes of Covid-19.”
    28. “We held our carol service in a local park, but had to send out invitations by word of mouth, rather than email, so we’d have plausible deniability if stopped by police.”
    29. “Having to wear a disposable apron and gloves while visiting my mother in a care home, while she was on the other side of a floor-to-ceiling Perspex wall.”
    30. “Scotch eggs. You couldn’t drink in a pub unless you also had a ‘substantial’ meal.”
    31. “Testing of totally healthy people and making them stop work based on a questionable positive test result, when they have no symptoms, creating NHS staff shortages, cancelled operations. Things that, you know, actually kill people…”
    32. “My son works in the NHS on the Covid ward and could go to the local Sainsbury’s for his lunch. But when we were ill and isolating at home, he had to isolate as well – for 10 days.”
    33. “My eight-year-old granddaughter telling me they weren’t allowed to sing Happy Birthday at school for her friend’s ninth birthday.”
    34. “It was illegal to see your parents in their back garden, but legal to meet them in a pub garden with lots of other people.”
    35. “I had to abandon my weekly choir practice – but my husband was allowed to sing as a spectator at a football match.”
    36. “They removed all the bins in Regent’s Park and Hampstead Heath.”
    37. “Having a flask of tea or coffee on a walk meant it was classified as a picnic – and thus verboten.”
    38. “Bring your own biro to a dental appointment to fill in a form declaring you do not have Covid.”
    39. “My neighbour refused to hang the washing out to dry – they thought the sheets might catch Covid and infect them.”
    40. “My 12-year-old had to sit alone at her grandfather’s funeral – her first experience of one – even though we drove there together and hugged outside. There were three officials watching us all to ensure we didn’t break the rules.”
    41. “We could only go outdoors once a day for exercise.”
    42. “In pubs, wearing a mask to get from the door to the table, and the table to the toilet – but not wearing a mask while sitting down.”
    43. “People in a Tier 3 area walking two minutes down the road for a pint in Tier 2.”
    44. “In Wales, supermarkets were allowed to stay open, but the aisles containing children’s clothing and books were taped off. Because buying a baby’s jumper is so much more perilous than picking up a pint of milk.”
    45. “The pallbearers all but threw my mother’s coffin in the grave and ran away. They had her down as a Covid death, but she died of cancer.”
    46. “The one-way systems around supermarkets that led to people being forced into parts they didn’t want to be in, making them spend more time in the shop – while Covid simply circulated over the top of the shelves.”
    47. “Children abandoned by social services and left in the clutches of terrible parents.”
    48. “Police breaking into our student house and pinning my girlfriend by the neck up against the wall. I said: ‘This is England – you’re not allowed to do that.’”
    49. “Residents of care homes forgetting who they were during the long months when family were not allowed to visit them.”
    50. “Dying alone. How many died alone? How many?””

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  14. Old bloke says:

    kaysee says:
    January 23, 2022 at 2:34 pm

    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!


    Kaysee, I’ve heard that all mandates have been dropped in the UK and Ireland, yet NHS staff are still being sacked for not taking the clot shots. I don’t know what’s going on over there, it looks like there’s a quiet civil war in progress between the different powers that be.

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  15. JohnJJJ says:

    Shy Ted says:
    January 24, 2022 at 2:30 pm
    Top 50 Convidiocy

    You missed the T-shirt the council workers and rangers were wearing for two years: “Spread LOVE not COVID” – says it all, from that moment on I changed.

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  16. Old bloke says:

    kaysee says:
    January 23, 2022 at 8:04 pm


    Adagio (Albinoni)

    He needs a haircut, maybe he’s unvaxxed.

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  17. egg_ says:

    Host Patricia Karvelas responded: “People are dying. People are dying every day.”

    “Just a bad flu” – Scott Morrison late 2020.

    If people weren’t “dying”, d1ckhead, we’d soon run out of space on the planet.

    When will Aunty change the narrative to “living with COVID”?


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  18. mh says:

    ‘Til I finally died
    Which started the whole world living
    Oh, if I’d only seen
    That the joke was on me

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  19. egg_ says:

    Spectacular aviation scenes from 1918 (speed corrected)

    A few spectacular aerial victory scenes and aviation scenes from 1918.

    Victory of Raymond Vanier on 19 July 1918 near Cuperly, France, German crew wounded but lived.

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  20. cohenite says:

    Steve Hilton goes ballistic about the idiot biden, the fauci virus and the criminal swamp; 9 minutes:

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  21. mh says:

    Tens of thousands of patriotic American stand shoulder to shoulder at the “Defeat The Mandates” march and ROAR agains tyranny & fascism.
    Listen to them roar. Chills. We will win

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  22. cohenite says:

    And to think they’re still going after Trump; hunter and his zombie dad should be tried for treason:

    The Biden family received $31 million from Chinese officials with links to the highest levels of Chinese intel.

    Peter Schweizer on Life, Liberty and Levin: “The Biden family, while he was vice president and continuing when he became president, received some $31 million from Chinese individuals who we’re linked to the highest levels of Chinese intelligence.”

    Hunter Biden reportedly had such a robust relationship with a Xi regime-linked Chinese language businessman that he dubbed him the “Superchairman,” in line with Government Accountability Institute President Peter Schweizer.

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  23. Shy Ted says:

    Old bloke says: January 24, 2022 at 2:34 pm

    The UK is ending all mandates except for the requirement for health workers to get vaccinated, and that’s being stridently opposed. As many as 70,0000 health workers are not vaccinated and may face being sacked on April 1:
    So not all mandates. Just one absolutely critical one. Let’s hope the bulldog spirit wins.
    Just a reminder we cannot believe a single word these barstewards or their acolytes say.
    Sorry if you’ve already seen the smug barsteward at the WEF. He’s simply ecstatic.
    He might think he’s got a gig at the big table but I think he’s going to get thrown under the bus.

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  24. mh says:

    I see the low vaxxed Aboriginal community of Cherbourg has dropped off the Courier Mail website.

    Uppity blacks refusing to cooperate with the media covid disaster narrative by not dying.

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  25. johanna johanna says:

    Ted, there are still plenty of ‘mandates’ such as the masks imposed by Mayor Khan on London Transport and of course the teachers unions blackmailing schools into forcing masks onto children.

    In local news, the SA teachers union is going to strike unless their demands for child masking and various other things are met.

    There are cracks in the facade, but we still have a considerable way to go.

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  26. johanna johanna says:

    Yes mh, noticed that too. After weeks of disaster porn on TheirABC and the other usual suspects about Cherbourg, they have suddenly lost interest, as those demmed Aborigines are not getting sick and dying as per the narrative.

    What a loathsome bunch of amoral parasites they are.

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  27. mh says:

    Defying the odds lol

    The ABC

    COVID outbreak in Cherbourg’s Aboriginal community defies odds as peak reached

    The Aboriginal town of Cherbourg, 250 kilometres north-west of Brisbane, is seemingly defying the odds against the highly contagious Omicron variant.

    When the first case of the virus was detected on December 29, authorities feared a rapid spread and high numbers of hospitalisations due to the vulnerable population and comparatively low vaccination rates.

    Almost a month later, just two people have been hospitalised and both have since recovered. The daily case numbers in the town are also already slowing…

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  28. johanna johanna says:

    It has been suggested that Aborigines who can survive the crappy, crowded conditions in their settlements would brush off OMG like a blowfly on a summer’s day.

    There may be some truth in that.

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  29. mh says:

    Australia has been gypped.

    Only Clive Palmer is talking about this transfer of wealth right now.

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  30. Steve trickler says:

    The Himalayan adventures continue.


    Harold Baldr:

    NEPAL, HIMALAYA: I thought the American hard rock cafe chain was the real deal….. that was until high up in the Himalayan mountain range I discovered a cafe that goes by the same name, but the famous American restaurant chain, is actually built into a huge rock. That’s right… the Himalayan Hard Rock Cafe is literally a cafe that is built into a hard rock.

    If you saw my videos from a few weeks back, you’ll have seen me walk by the Himalayan Hard Rock Cafe starving… only to discovered that it was closed. That coupled with the fact that I never swam in the river at the highest point kept bothering the hell out of me after I’d returned to Kathmandu.

    It made me want to go back to complete my physical and culinary mission. Then as I started uploading my Himalayan videos… people from the Langtang mountain range started reaching out telling me how grateful they were for marketing their region and sending tourists back up their way.

    One of the people who wrote me runs a bakery in Kyanjin Gumpa. He mentioned he knew the owner of The Hard Rock Cafe that was closed when I did my trek. After giving her a call he told me she’d open the restaurant just for me.

    It was time to return to the mountains…

    Hard Rock Cafe Himalaya 🇳🇵


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  31. mh says:

    The pandemic is really bad in the UK

    Protestors gather as The Black Bitch pub faces controversial name change

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  32. Steve trickler says:

    Old bloke says:
    January 24, 2022 at 2:23 pm


    The places I’ve found in Australia via Google Earth has rattled me. Evidence of massive ancient petrified trees.

    I am 100% sure Ayers Rock / Uluru is one them.

    Currently place marking all these spots. I’ll drop the co-ordinates in a couple of days.

    I ask myself if its pareidolia?

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  33. egg_ says:

    Q: Why is carbon better than silicon for life?
    Carbon bonds tend to be of the same strength, and while silicon forms a very strong and stable first bond, the others are less stable and strong. So, a carbon–oxygen bond, being of similar strength to other carbon bonds, can easily swap out atoms, resulting in a chemical reaction. In the case of silicon, the silicon–oxygen bond—the first bond—is so strong that it’s very hard to break them apart. This makes the ease and versatility of silicon chemical interactions far lower than the ones involving carbon. This is the reason why carbon is the basis of life and not silicon.

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  34. mh says:

    Where is Peng Shuai? 🎾

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  35. egg_ says:

    Richo is transitioning to Transhuman?

    The next stage is a head-in-a-jar?

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  36. Steve trickler says:

    Mount Olga / Kata Tjuta is a graveyard. The big bloke got pummeled. Nasty.

    Geologist: You are a wacko tricker!
    Me: You pricks are useless.

    Nephilim; giant trees and the flood. Evidence is oozing out of the woodwork.

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  37. Steve trickler says:

    Marble Bar.

    Enter these into Google Earth – Pro.

    21°10’57.44″S 120°11’30.09″E

    Massive ancient tree stump. Zoom in and out.


    I’ve found about 16 sites so far in Australia.

    Geologist: All that stuff is myth.
    Me: Evidence is global. Madagascar is bonkers!

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  38. mh says:

    Russell Brand latest

    “You Will Own Nothing & Be Happy” – Davos 2022 The Great Reset

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  39. mh says:

    ‘Stocks mounted a dramatic comeback on Monday as investors stepped in to buy beaten-up tech shares following a sharp sell-off earlier in the day.

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up 99.13 points, or 0.3%, at 34,364.50, gaining for the first day in seven. The S&P 500 finished higher by 0.3% at 4,410.13. The Nasdaq Composite gained 0.6% at 13,855.13. The Russell 2000 index of small-cap shares closed up as well.

    The Nasdaq Composite Index turned positive after being down as much as 4.9% earlier in the session. The Dow rallied after being down 1,115 points at one point. The S&P 500 closed in the green after briefly hitting a correction earlier in the session, falling more than 10% from its Jan. 3 record close.

    Monday marked one of the best market comebacks in a long time. The session was the first time since the aftermath of the financial crisis in 2008 that the Nasdaq Composite had been down more than 4% on the session and closed up. For the Dow, which was down 3.25% at its low, it was the biggest intraday comeback since the wild trading of March 2020.’

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  40. jo says:

    One time, a police officer even asked for my mum’s name


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  41. Old bloke says:

    Shy Ted says:
    January 24, 2022 at 8:38 pm

    The UK is ending all mandates except for the requirement for health workers to get vaccinated, and that’s being stridently opposed. As many as 70,0000 health workers are not vaccinated and may face being sacked on April 1:


    Thanks Ted, the British government would be in serious trouble if they proceed with the NHS mandate, the Poms treat the NHS as a deity.

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  42. johanna johanna says:

    As many as 70,0000 health workers are not vaccinated and may face being sacked on April 1:

    April Fool’s Day.

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  43. egg_ says:

    Salty Cracker re Arnie:
    Libtards – he’s gamimg you, he doesn’t give a sh1t about the climate, etc., as evidenced by his lifestyle.

    Standard M.O. for many a celeb.

    I bought a 100 square home ’cause da climate!

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  44. Old bloke says:

    Mark Dice:

    The Tech Revolution NO ONE is Talking About

    If we’re going to become trans-human, do we get the accessories?

    I’d like to become Mr. Ryobi-man.

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  45. Old bloke says:

    Russell Brand latest

    “You Will Own Nothing & Be Happy” – Davos 2022 The Great Reset

    Given that the Swiss economy benefits from Swiss banking system, and given that the WEF wants to make crypto currency the only means of exchange, why do the Swiss tolerate Klaus Schlob at Davos?

    They should tell the WEF to move their headquarters to a new address in the metaverse.

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  46. mh says:

    Family of Brisbane Covid fatality Derek Dewitt, 77, issue complaint after he died waiting for paramedics

    According to his family, Derek Dewitt “did everything right”.
    The 77-year old Brisbane man was double vaccinated, had lined up for Covid tests, was happy to quarantine, and made the right call when he realised he needed urgent help.

    But after he died on the floor waiting an hour for an ambulance – despite living minutes from hospital – his daughters Lisa Carmichael and Mareta Dewitt want answers…

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  47. mh says:

    According to his family, Derek Dewitt “did everything right”.

    Following the orders of a Big Pharma compromised government is not always right.

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  48. mh says:

    If we’re going to become trans-human, do we get the accessories?

    That reminds me of the song Detachable Penis.

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  49. Steve trickler says:

    I’ll keep an eye on it.

    Earthquake swarm near Wagin in WA.

    Dutchsinse EQ 3D

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  50. Shy Ted says:

    In their interview with Nine, the sisters said a Covid-positive Derek collapsed to the floor at about midnight and could not get up, reporting shortness of breath and symptoms that resembled a heart attack.

    So, a heart attack then. Unheard of in a 77 year old.

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  51. JohnJJJ says:

    Although it’s very light on victimhood this year. And some of the doctors are actual medical doctors.
    My money is on Professor Helen Marshall : doctor, female, vacs history, academic ( so will never rock the boat), Does the LNP need more votes from South Australia?

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  52. egg_ says:

    Derek collapsed to the floor at about midnight and could not get up, reporting shortness of breath and symptoms that resembled a heart attack

    People often expire with symptoms resembling death.

    Any spontaneous human combustion reported as “dying with COVID”?

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  53. kaysee kaysee says:

    3. “Forming a socially distanced queue at the airport before being sardined into a packed plane with the same people, two hours later.”

    It’s true.

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  54. kaysee kaysee says:

    And sure enough, just one day later, on Saturday evening, he resigned from his post for having the temerity to speak out against conventional wisdom…

    If you have a senior position and you want to retain it, stay with the false narrative. Otherwise, you will be kicked off.

    A slightly longer video here, via the Hindustan Times. A great deal of support and respect for Schoenbach, in the comments.

    Putin deserves respect.

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  55. kaysee kaysee says:

    Just a reminder we cannot believe a single word these barstewards or their acolytes say.
    Sorry if you’ve already seen the smug barsteward at the WEF. He’s simply ecstatic.

    The article describes the look on Scotty’s face as a smirk. That is incorrect.

    When a student is praised in front of the whole class by the favourite teacher, it is a thrill to be acknowledged for having completed the assignment given by the master. That is the look on his face.

    He is not a school boy but supposed to be the leader of the country and is prepared to sell the nation to the global overlords.

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  56. egg_ says:

    Sorry if you’ve already seen the smug barsteward at the WEF. He’s simply ecstatic.

    Did the F-wit jizz in his pants or was there a convenient pot plant nearby?

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  57. kaysee kaysee says:

    Protestors gather as The Black Bitch pub faces controversial name change

    A female dog is a bitch. Fact.

    What happens when those with mental delusions are uni professors and don’t know the difference between male and female?

    Transgender Prof Misgenders Students On Purpose if They Don’t Comply with Woke Sex Disclosure

    A transgender professor at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia, says he purposely refers to his students as sexless if they don’t go along with a bizarre new tactic that involves including “pronouns” next to their names for online classes.

    “If you’re teaching online, you ask students to put their pronouns next to their name. Some students, like some staff, don’t want to. Fair enough, I advise students that if they don’t, I’ll just use they/them or their name,” professor Sandy O’Sullivan revealed in a recent Twitter thread.

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  58. kaysee kaysee says:

    jo says:
    January 25, 2022 at 9:14 am

    Hi, jo.

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  59. mh says:

    But after he died on the floor waiting an hour for an ambulance – despite living minutes from hospital

    With ambos in crisis around the country, isn’t it better to call a cab, or at least have that as your second option?
    Are cabbies not allowed to do that service?

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  60. kaysee kaysee says:

    My money is on Professor Helen Marshall : doctor, female, vacs history, academic ( so will never rock the boat), Does the LNP need more votes from South Australia?

    There is Professor Marshall with the V-word of the year.
    The list includes: Indigenous, Indian, Females, Environment.

    I can’t work out which is the highest vote-winning cause.

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  61. mh says:

    350 years of history turned on its head

    PROTESTERS turned out in their hundreds today to oppose plans to rename a Scots pub.

    It has been suggested the 350-year-old Black Bitch tavern in Linlithgow, West Lothian, be renamed as the “less offensive” Black Hound.

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  62. kaysee kaysee says:

    New online safety laws come into force

    A new Adult Cyber Abuse Scheme for Australian adults:

    – The bar for determining what ‘adult cyber abuse’ is has been set deliberately high, to ensure it does not stifle freedom of speech.

    – Under the law, to reach the threshold the abuse must be both ‘intended to cause serious harm’, and ‘menacing, harassing or offensive in all the circumstances’. Serious harm could include material which sets out realistic threats, places people in real danger, is excessively malicious or is unrelenting.

    – If a matter does not meet the threshold, we will still be able to offer support, information and advice.

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  63. mh says:

    British rock legend Eric Clapton spoke out against the experimental COVID injections and the consequences of media-induced Mass Formation Psychosis.

    In an interview on the Real Music Observer‘s YouTube channel on Friday, Clapton explained how he had come to understand that Mass Formation Psychosis, as described by Dr. Robert Malone, was a real phenomenon and many of the vaccinated were victims to it.

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  64. Steve trickler says:

    The Prankster Caravan. Fabulous stuff.



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

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  65. kaysee kaysee says:

    LDP website

    Freedom Manifesto

    Policy 1 – Freedom From COVID Alarmism

    COVID Alarmism has decimated the Australian economy, robbed us of our freedom and inflicted irreparable mental health damage on thousands of Australians.

    We must fight back and rebuild with sensible leadership and transparency at all levels of government.

    Krystle Mitchell (Liberal Democrats Senate Candidate for Victoria) bravely spoke out when she saw the disproportionate response of the Victorian Police.

    The Liberal Democrats and our candidates will always fight for freedom over fear.

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  66. egg_ says:

    Geek Gates seeks immortality via the Matrix?

    Nazak’s 1974 ‘Experience Machine’ vs mortality?

    The sane would choose mortality and live on via their offspring, per nature’s wont?

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  67. Steve trickler says:

    Was at the servo today, walked inside and a dear old lady realized she didn’t have her mask…she was actually putting her hand over her mouth and having the ‘uh oh’ look. There were about six other masked people in the store at the time, plus staff.

    Me:[ With the mask string dangling on my ear like a ear ring / no facial coverage ] Don’t worry about it I say, it is all theatre; said at a audible level that everyone heard it.

    Dol: Proceeds to pay with no questions asked.

    Me: Likewise.

    True story.

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  68. mh says:

    January 22, 2022
    Part 1: Children Vaccination (English)

    As a parent you are faced with an important but so difficult choice, whether or not to vaccinate your child. And what is the right thing to do? Geert Vanden Bossche, virologist and vaccinologist, provides his interpretation and advice.

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  69. mh says:

    Tennis star named Australian of the Year

    Athlete and disability advocate Dylan Alcott, 31, has been named the 2022 Australian of the Year

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  70. Steve trickler says:

    Always worthy to visit this clip again. Crazy action on the high seas. Music will not be to everyone’s taste.

    Thomas Bergersen:

    Thomas Bergersen Rada

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  71. mh says:

    Claire Boan – Mayor of the City of PAE

    Claire Boan
    19 January at 13:25 · Instagram ·

    This is my 35th day of receiving breakfast in bed. It’s usually a treat reserved for Mother’s Day or my birthday but for over a month it has become the new normal in my life. Last night, I couldn’t put my kids to bed or check on them as they slept at night, and I haven’t done that for over a month, either.
    I didn’t share any happy photos of Christmas or trips to the beach, no holidays in our camper or smiles when we received our new baby guinea pigs.
    Social media has been a place I’d share positive life experiences, celebrating achievements or funny anecdotes of our days. I usually keep the s#*t times pretty tight and share them with only my closest companions.
    That is up until now…
    I’ve been laid up in bed and in and out of hospital with an immune reaction to my second vaccination. I have had every symptom you could dream of and my body continues to display new ones; it’s been exhausting for my body, traumatic for my family, and difficult for my mind…

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  72. Steve trickler says:

    You’ll need G**gle Earth Pro.

    Sunday Island. It is a tree stump.

    Copy and paste into search. I am up to about twenty flagged locations now.

    16°24’50.97″S 123°11’41.21″E


    For the record, I reckon a lot geologist know about this but want keep their jobs.

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  73. Steve trickler says:

    Bigge Island.

    Tree stump!

    Geologist: The Bible and ancient texts are full of shit!
    Me: Wanna bet?

    14°32’20.37″S 125°12’49.84″E

    What I found near Wave Rock – WA is astonishing. We’ll get to that.

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  74. Steve trickler says:

    This rivals Madagascar…

    22°43’1.71″S 141°20’33.53″E

    Ancient – Biblical Trees

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  75. Steve trickler says:

    East of Wave Rock.

    Tree Stumps:

    32°16’47.64″S 119°28’3.48″E

    32°15’56.60″S 119°28’32.36″E

    32°18’2.77″S 119°29’3.47″E

    Holt Rock: Tree Stump! – 32°40’36.69″S 119°24’57.06″E

    I call this Wands of a Tree – 29°44’48.33″S 135°27’26.60″E

    That is enough for tonight.

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  76. Steve trickler says:

    One more. Just remember, they were flattened in a flood and covered with sediment with a sea on top. Calamity.

    Is the Bible and other ancient texts full of shit? You figure it out.

    24° 4’39.99″S 132°15’4.08″E

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  77. mh says:

    Rita Panahi joins Dan Wooton on GB News to discuss the awful Jacinda Ardern

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