Open Thread – Saturday, 23 April 2022

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  1. mh says:

    Courier Mail

    A man who reportedly yelled out during the ANZAC minute of silence at tonight’s Broncos vs. Bulldogs game has been crucified by spectators.

    Hey, Easter was last week.

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  2. egg_ says:

    Gonzalo’s new twitter account per his recent livestream:

    Gonzalo Lira
    For the truth about the Zelensky regime, Google these names:

    Vlodymyr Struk
    Denis Kireev
    Mikhail & Aleksander Kononovich
    Nestor Shufrych
    Yan Taksyur
    Dmitri Djangirov
    Elena Berezhnaya

    Once again: If you haven’t heard from me in 12 hours or more, put my name on this list.


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  3. egg_ says:

    A man who reportedly yelled out during the ANZAC minute of silence at tonight’s Broncos vs. Bulldogs game has been crucified by spectators.

    Was he NOT the Messiah, just a naughty boy?

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  4. egg_ says:



    Learn to code

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  5. egg_ says:

    Sharks v Sea Eagles – Round 7, 2022
    NRL Telstra Premiership 2022 Round 7 Sharks v Sea Eagles Full Match Replay

    After a fairly brief check, I’d plump for an (on ground) effects mic picking up a Genset or similar.
    Endeavour Field?
    The place kick at c. 17 min. mark seems to really pick it up and you hear it being panned in and out by the Director.

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  6. Ragu Ragu says:

    I/We strongly condemn the arrest of the First Secretary of the Leninist Communist Youth of Ukraine Mikhail Kononovich and his brother, Aleksander

    Sorry. I don’t give a fuck about filthy communists

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  7. mh says:

    After a fairly brief check, I’d plump for an (on ground) effects mic picking up a Genset or similar.

    Thanks egg_

    With the quality audio set ups at home now, CH Nein have to lift their game.

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  8. mh says:

    Just did a RAT test – result negative.
    A guess would be I was positive up until about Wednesday, so about ten days.
    As a pureblood that only used Vit C as a supplement, my conclusion would be efforts should be on early treatment or supplements that can give the bodies immune system a boost.
    The Big Pharma/WEF final solution of regular gene therapy shots for every human on the planet should be the last thing government should be promoting. Covid is just not that big a threat any more, if it ever was, for that kind of radical approach.

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  9. mh says:

    Stocks plunged on Friday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average suffering its worst one-day loss since the throes of the pandemic, as the latest raft of corporate earnings and the prospect of rising rates spurred a wave of selling.

    The Dow fell 981.36 points, or 2.8%, to 33,811.40. The S&P 500 was 2.8% lower at 4,271.78, for its worst day since March. The Nasdaq Composite declined by 2.6% to 12,839.29. Friday’s loss was the biggest for the Dow since Oct. 28, 2020.

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  10. mh says:

    I wonder what the Beetrooter has been up to?

    Cops rush to protect Joyce after furious roadside attack

    An angry voter unleashed on Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce as he sat in a vehicle on the side of a highway, forcing federal police security ­detail to jump out to protect him.

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  11. Maybe he was orthodox, MH. Easter’s second round is this weekend.

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  12. mh says:

    Gia and Zara have a unique bond. They love to sing and dance together. It’s not everyday you see a toddler and a Rottweiler singing together!

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  13. Shy Ted says:

    SA’ new premier reading directly from the autocue
    There’s that “Pl” word.
    WTF moment. FJB turns up in Philadelphia
    Strangest movie I’ve ever seen

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  14. Shy Ted says:

    That was item 4.

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  15. egg_ says:

    Apparently Dementia Joe has had another on-stage confusion moment.

    Had to be guided offstage by Shrek?
    Disney characters now assisting Dementia Joe?

    /Rainbow people

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  16. Candy says:

    The Barnaby incident looked genuine, not a Greenie activist playacting. Wonder what that was about.

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  17. Shy Ted says:

    From Big Clive
    China makes land grab in Western Australia
    Following China’s security pact with the Solomon Islands, Chinese Government-owned companies were parties to a hearing in the Supreme Court of Western Australia designed to circumvent the Australia Foreign Investment Review Board, Mineralogy Chairman Clive Palmer said today.
    Mr Palmer confirmed that Chinese Government companies were seeking control over hundreds of square kilometres of Western Australian land and had not sought approval from the FIRB as required by Australian law.
    He said the Chinese Government was unlawfully seeking control of Australian land in the Pilbara region.
    “By commencing actions in the Supreme Court of Western Australia, the Chinese Government companies were creating tension between the court and the FIRB,’’ Mr Palmer said.
    “This is a tactic to divide and conquer our nation used frequently by the Communist-Government quest internationally.
    “This is a serious attack on Australian sovereignty and the loyalty of Australian citizens assisting the Chinese Government-owned companies is a concern,’’ Mr Palmer said.
    “In essence, they are trying to gain control of the Port of Cape Preston without first seeking approval of the FIRB. All Australians should be alarmed. I have serious concerns for Australia’s security.
    “Mineralogy has not been able to gain access to its own tenements to inspect what the Chinese companies are actually doing at Cape Preston despite written agreements requiring such access.
    “We received complaints from workers on site that there are secret activities going on. I believe the Minister of Defence must have the site inspected in the interests of the nation’s security,’’ Mr Palmer said.
    “It is a matter of great concern that the Chinese Government companies are occupying a major Australian port and denying full access to Australian companies who own the right to the land where they are constructed,’’ Mr Palmer said.

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  18. kaysee kaysee says:

    From the Ukrainian blogger, Iurii Podoliaka

    Two videos

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  19. kaysee kaysee says:

    Candace Owens:

    These are sick, sadistic people

    This is the truth. It applies not just to America.

    There are people who have forgotten what governments and certain organisations have done to the public, in the past two years.

    What she says from 4:20 onwards is at the core of this issue.

    I am not going to cheer till these people are behind bars.

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  20. kaysee kaysee says:

    Procedural sedation guidelines

    Vaccines may also be administered opportunistically while patients are undergoing sedation for unrelated procedures.

    If this isn’t every type of legal, moral and ethical crime I don’t know what is.

    Shy Ted, how are they getting away with this?

    That same section begins with:

    There are no best practice guidelines currently available specifically for vaccination under sedation. There is one small retrospective study demonstrating that vaccination under sedation is an effective technique for a subset of paediatric

    Without guidelines and real studies and research into that area, it looks like two counts of experiments and two counts without informed consent.

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  21. kaysee kaysee says:

    Well done, Mark.

    The WEF Parrot is a [ insert your expletive ]

    🚨 One Nation MP Mark Latham shouts down Premier Dominic Perrottet gender policy

    Good on Mark Latham for taking up the fight, on behalf of the people he represents.

    The Per-rot got the premier hat after some agreement with the leftie Keen-Green. Prior to that, the NSW LNP got some kind of deal with the leftie independent Alex Greenwich.

    That is how NSW came to pass the baby-killing bill and are now hoping to get through the old-and-useless-folks-killing bill.

    Now Alex-what’s his name is threatening to withdraw support to the LNP if Katherine Deves is not disendorsed as candidate for Warringah, because she has hurt the poor, fragile queertys.

    Abortion and euthanasia – getting rid of the really helpless – is quite okay. But cutting off healthy body parts and being confused about your pronouns classifies you as vulnerable.

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  22. kaysee kaysee says:

    It was a good interview, except for one thing – Cossack got stuck into Clive Palmer. Until Cossack can come up with the reasons why Clive is a stooge for the major parties he should STFU.

    I have no idea what has happened in the past few months between the Cossack and some of the freedom parties. The only hint was in the question that Palmer was asked at the Press Club.

    There has been some kind of falling out, and that is a real pity. The Cossack has gained thousands of supporters. A few months ago, he spoke about running as a candidate in the Federal Election, teaming up with other conservative parties, interviewing the leaders of those parties.

    Using the Covid restrictions as a starting point, there was a building up of public momentum for change. This could be used as a unifying point for all those on the centre-right to work together.

    The Cossack seems to be now engaged in activity for entertainment and being a provocateur. What is the point in all that? He keeps saying don’t vote Libs or Labor, vote Independent. Does he want his supporters to vote for the Climate 200 Independents?

    If all of his work, and that of the freedom parties, cannot combine to win seats in Fed Parliament next month, nothing else matters. Either he puts away his ego and does something constructive, or as mh says, Shut Up.

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  23. mh says:

    Mark Moron has a lot of thinking to do.
    He has used his position as Premier to terrorise those that won’t get vaccines which turned out to be as useful as tits on a bull.

    One of West Australian Premier Mark McGowan’s children remains in a Perth hospital with COVID-19 after being admitted in a serious condition despite being fully vaccinated.

    Mr McGowan’s office confirmed his positive PCR result on Friday morning, before later revealing one of his three children had recently been admitted to hospital with COVID-19.

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  24. kaysee kaysee says:



    Learn to code


    Well, that was quicker than I thought

    and, Mark Dice

    CNN is Completely Collapsing!

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  25. kaysee kaysee says:


    Truth Social migration to Rumble cloud has gone flawlessly

    Trump Media & Technology Group CEO Devin Nunes joins ‘Just The News Not Noise’ to discuss Truth Social’s migration to Rumble’s cloud datacenters and the key role Rumble is playing in reopening the internet on April 22, 2022.

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  26. Cardimona says:

    The Barnaby incident looked genuine, not a Greenie activist playacting. Wonder what that was about.

    BJ had stopped in a rest area and exited the car to make an important phone call.
    The punter, who had been released from jail the previous week, saw BJ, did a wild U-turn over the median strip of the highway, and tried to run BJ over.
    The AFP’s behaviour towards the punter was oddly non-assertive.
    The AFP’s behaviour was far more peculiar than the punter’s.

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  27. egg_ says:

    CNN is Completely Collapsing!

    Have Brian Stelter and George Costanza been seen in the same room?

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  28. They are magnificent. 👏

    I might have to boost my testosterone levels with a Top Fuel clip.


    Vesper Sparrow // DR Pigekoret (Live)

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  29. I’ll post it, but he is a f8ck wit.

    I’ve been following this clown for a while, “Do something about climate change”.

    Nothing to worry about, idiot!

    Fj’s: oh, but their is.
    Me: No, there is not. You are sprouting bullsh&t, you clown. I didn’t take long to figure you out.

    The Media Hates This Man

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  30. Bugger all from FJ’s on the WEF.

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  31. kaysee kaysee says:

    He has appeared on these threads before.

    The evil Schwab henchman

    This is what the world economic forum is working on while you’re still arguing about sports ball or some Celebratard slapping someone

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  32. kaysee kaysee says:

    And this one, too.

    This video has been deleted from every platform (including Google) years ago. It took me a long time to find it. MAKE IT VIRAL, SHARE! RT!

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  33. kaysee kaysee says:

    A pilot with a heart condition is flying your plane. Nothing to worry. They are fully vaxxed.

    Cardiologist Says 30 Percent of Vaccinated Pilots Would Fail Health Screenings Due to Vaccine Injuries

    Joshua Yoder, an airline pilot and co-founder of the U.S. Freedom Flyers said during an interview Wednesday that a cardiologist told him that if the airlines were conducting certain health screenings, 30 percent of the pilots currently flying would probably be disqualified due to vaccine-induced heart conditions…

    The most prominent health issues being reported, the pilot noted, include chest pains, myocarditis, and pericarditis….He noted that the pilots want to remain anonymous because they don’t want to lose their jobs.

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  34. mh says:

    #foxnews #tucker
    DeSantis responds to critics after signing bill ending Disney autonomy

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  35. Candy says:

    Cardimona, I was struck too by the almost conciliatory manner of the AFP officer but in the end it worked. That guy was angry and uptight with some kind of history but basically then sort of calmed down. There is a skill there in de-escalating, I thought the AFP fellow did well. Good job in protection.

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  36. kaysee kaysee says:


    The Wolf Song

    Nordic Lullaby – Vargsången

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  37. Candy says:

    What do folks here think of the the Katherine Deves situation prospective member Warringah?
    She raises the issue of child abuse mutilation by gender change. Challenging the Left media and making people take notice. But goes a bit too far with some lack of tactful expression. Then targetted by the media.

    Also a most attractive lady with a great figure, a natural beauty. Is it possible Morrison selected her on just being female and looks?
    He seems to have created a situation over a seat the LNP struggle to get back for no good reason?

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  38. kaysee kaysee says:

    What do folks here think of the the Katherine Deves situation prospective member Warringah?

    I don’t know much about Katherine Deves and I wouldn’t have paid much attention to her, if it wasn’t for this tranny issue that she has spoken about, in the past, I think.

    Listening to a bit of talk back radio, this morning, it seemed that a number of callers were either in agreement with her on the tranny issue, or thought she was entitled to her opinion.

    If played well, this could be a vote winner for parties willing to make it a debate topic and challenge other candidates. There are two issues here:

    – Women’s rights (which should get higher public votes than queerty rights) There are a number of high profile sportswomen speaking out as well.

    – Freedom of speech (why are people not allowed to voice their opinions?)

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  39. Cold-Hands Cold-Hands says:

    This video has been deleted from every platform (including Google) years ago. It took me a long time to find it. MAKE IT VIRAL, SHARE! RT!

    This clip is edited & taken out of context. Full versions of the speech show that Obama is referring to whay goes on in totalitarian regimes, not his plans for humanity.

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  40. mh says:

    Tigers go back to back, beat Rabbitohs.

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  41. shatterzzz says:

    I have no idea what has happened in the past few months between the Cossack and some of the freedom parties. The only hint was in the question that Palmer was asked at the Press Club.

    I believe the break-up was over UAP public support for Ukraine & Cossack’s support of Russia .. difference of opinion ..!

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  42. egg_ says:

    UAP public support for Ukraine

    Phuk Dat Bich

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  43. Black Ball says:

    Just about given up. Our hospitals are fucked. My brother was seeking safe haven because of suicidal tendencies, which became physical on his person.
    I take him there, the usual tests, blood pressure, etc.
    Nurse then asks brother who he spoke to in relation to him being there, says X Triage, who the nurse says she must contact to quote “cover her arse.”
    Within 10 minutes he is discharged. Upon hearing this, voiced my concerns to the offending nurse, who gave me short shrift.
    The reason being that we must keep beds open for Teh Rona. Which must be conspicuous in it’s absence because when I walked out, 5 nurses were across the road smoking and laughing.
    Fuck I am wild

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  44. egg_ says:

    The reason being that we must keep beds open for Teh Rona. Which must be conspicuous in it’s absence because when I walked out, 5 nurses were across the road smoking and laughing.

    And dancing on TikTok?
    My ShaRona!

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  45. johanna johanna says:

    Dreadful, BB.

    If you don’t mind saying, what State/Territory did this happen in?

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  46. Candy says:

    I think a lot of people with distressing health conditions have been pushed aside in the last couple of years or pushed down the list.
    Black Ball I hope your brother receives the appropriate treatment. Having a family member care and help is the first and most important thing.

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  47. Ragu Ragu says:

    quote “cover her arse.”
    Within 10 minutes he is discharged


    I’d be getting some barrister’s on to that, no way this side of the river Styx is that acceptable.
    Self harm means you are committed under the mental health act until assessed. Then released without someone there as an appropriate guardian is just gross negligence.

    Lawyer up. Bigly.

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  48. Shy Ted says:

    Interesting things (to me anyway). At least 2 outdoor concerts on the Gold Coast yesterday. Packed in like sardines for about 8 hours. It was wet, it was windy, perfect conditions for catching the common cold. Hundreds there. The breeze was cool. Some vaxxed immune systems going to get a workout in the next few days. Could be telling.

    From WIP comments, a pharmacy in Mexico. All over the counter stuff. Here we can (I think) only buy Ibuprofen 200mg though many with aching skeletons use up to 1200mg a day. But down the bottom is “Soma”. It’s just another non-steroidal anti-inflammatory thought I’ve never heard of it or seen the combination used. It’s also in Brave New World

    Aldous Huxley’s profoundly important classic of world literature, Brave New World is a searching vision of an unequal, technologically-advanced future where humans are genetically bred, socially indoctrinated, and pharmaceutically anesthetized to passively uphold an authoritarian ruling order–all at the cost of our freedom, full humanity, and perhaps also our souls. “A genius [who] who spent his life decrying the onward march of the Machine” (The New Yorker), Huxley was a man of incomparable talents: equally an artist, a spiritual seeker, and one of history’s keenest observers of human nature and civilization. Brave New World, his masterpiece, has enthralled and terrified millions of readers, and retains its urgent relevance to this day as both a warning to be heeded as we head into tomorrow and as thought-provoking, satisfying work of literature. Written in the shadow of the rise of fascism during the 1930s, Brave New World likewise speaks to a 21st-century world dominated by mass-entertainment, technology, medicine and pharmaceuticals, the arts of persuasion, and the hidden influence of elites.

    Here’s a little interpretation –

    Since the citizens of New London are conditioned to take soma from a young age, they become reliant on the drug to the point where everyone walks around in some sort of drugged state. Any sense of tension or confrontation causes characters to grab their soma dispenser. The drug allows society to have better control over the citizens since soma helps extract any sense of individuality. Without soma, people would start to get a better sense of who they truly are by experiencing all types of emotion, either good or bad. Stability would also be more difficult to achieve. For New London to retain its hive mind, all citizens must be compliant.

    So who makes the Soma in the Mexican pharmacy? Out of patent, various manufacturers which, with a bit of research, all read something like this –

    In November 2020, Mylan merged with Upjohn, Pfizer’s off-patent medicine division, to form Viatris.

    Any big pharma names you recognise?

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  49. mh says:

    Boris Johnson admits Russian victory in Ukraine is ‘a realistic possibility’ as Putin steps up onslaught

    So when do the Australian and The Age switch from Comical Ali mode?

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  50. Ragu Ragu says:

    Fuck me, I’m pissed off.

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  51. mh says:

    Nazis in Manhattan

    Elad Eliahu
    Chants of support for the controversial Azov Battalion break out at a pro Ukraine rally in lower Manhattan

    Attendees chant “Azov”

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  52. mh says:

    London: Welcome home, Gypsy King. Tyson Fury’s first fight on British soil in four years – and maybe his last ever – has ended with a stunning knockout win over Dillian Whyte in front of a heaving Wembley Stadium in London.

    On one of the biggest nights in the history of British boxing, Fury mounted a successful defence of his WBC, The Ring and lineal heavyweight titles and kept his unbeaten record intact with a crushing sixth-round stoppage victory.

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  53. Fat Tony says:

    Fuck me, I’m pissed off.

    All the machinery and people are still in place from the last 2 years of tyranny – there are no consequences for any of these arseholes.

    And the coming Fed elections will just cement in the same people for an unbridled 3 more years.

    The destruction of immune systems by the “vaccines” will cause more massive outbreaks (as well as vaccine injuries) this winter and in the future – thus necessitating lockdowns, masks and the forced “vacination” of everyone.

    Those expensive “quarantine centres” won’t fill themselves…

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  54. JohnJJJ says:

    egg_ says:
    April 24, 2022 at 8:25 am
    Boris Johnson admits Russian victory in Ukraine is ‘a realistic possibility’ as Putin steps up onslaught

    In the comments section there was an interesting reference to this report from RAND corp in 2019 “”Extending Russia Competing from Advantageous Ground” 400 page pdf
    With these eye-opening chapters:
    Measure 1: Provide Lethal Aid to Ukraine
    Measure 2: Increase Support to the Syrian Rebels
    Measure 3: Promote Regime Change in Belarus
    Measure 4: Exploit Tensions in the South Caucasus
    Measure 5: Reduce Russian Influence in Central Asia
    Measure 6: Challenge Russian Presence in Moldova

    Good reading over the orthodox Easter.

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  55. Old bloke says:

    Ragu says:
    April 24, 2022 at 10:17 am

    Fuck me, I’m pissed off.

    Take your Soma and watch some YouTube cats and dogs videos, you’ll be right in 10 minutes.

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  56. Old bloke says:

    mh says:
    April 24, 2022 at 10:26 am

    Nazis in Manhattan

    They aren’t a major problem, it’s the Illinois Nazis that you have to worry about.

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  57. Old bloke says:

    egg_ says:
    April 24, 2022 at 10:31 am

    Scientists plan to probe Uranus

    NASA is hiring proctologists?

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  58. Black Ball says:

    Assessing all options. Heading off to see him today then when the red mist evaporates, make a clearer decision.
    This in Victoriastan

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  59. mh says:

    First we take Manhattan, then we take Berlin.

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  60. Ragu Ragu says:

    ‘The depravity is deeply disturbing’: NT Police horrified as bestiality charges laid against rural area man

    Sounds like some Knuckle Dragger we have all come across.

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  61. johanna johanna says:

    Dictator Dan has certainly messed up the health system. I read somewhere that there is a backlog of 80,000 ‘elective’ surgeries thanks to COVID panic and restrictions.

    As we know, the definition of ‘elective’ means only that you’re not about to drop dead on the spot. You may be crippled, in constant pain or otherwise unable to function normally, but they still use the dishonest term ‘elective’ as if you could just as easily go on without it.

    Best wishes to you and your relative, BB, and here’s hoping you manage to find a health ‘worker’ with a bit of compassion and professionalism soon.

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  62. mh says:

    The Age

    How Mickleham’s quarantine hub went from essential to mothballed in less than a year

    The final travellers to quarantine at Mickleham will leave this weekend. What will happen to the facility next

    Beijing will be pleased that the camps have been built for when they take over.

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  63. I remember Oma telling stories of frozen clothes in Holland. These temperatures are ridiculous.


    Eli from Russia:

    Let’s meet an ethnic minority of Russia – the Yakut who live in the coldest inhabited of the Earth. We will get to know their culture, get to know the locals and hear their life stories and concerns about Global warming. Global warming isn’t felt much for us, but it is already very palpable and visible in the Russian Arctic.

    Life in Russia’s COLDEST CITY – Yakutsk | Yakut habits, heatwave(-35 C°), my walrus-friends

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  64. johanna johanna says:

    Steve, a friend’s parents migrated here from Norway. In winter, they would shut up most of the house and just live in a few spaces that they were able to keep heated (they lived in the country and relied on wood for heating).

    One winter, it got so cold that the glassware and china in display cabinets in the formal lounge room, which was unheated, shattered. And that was inside the house – imagine how cold it must have been outside!

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  65. kaysee kaysee says:

    University of Waterloo Limits Science Position to “Women, Transgender, Non-Binary, or Two-Spirit” Persons

    Canada’s University of Waterloo is in the news this week after advertising for applications of a science position but limiting consideration to “qualified individuals who self-identify as women, transgender, non-binary, or two-spirit.” ….

    According to LGBTQ, a two-spirit person is one who “identifies as having both a masculine and a feminine spirit.”….

    “Two-spirit” also may include “same-sex attraction and a wide variety of gender variance, including people who might be described in Western culture as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transsexual, transgender, gender queer, cross-dressers or who have multiple gender identities,” the site states.

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  66. I can handle heat, johanna, but not a big fan of the cold. 53 degree Celsius on a mine site one day….no problems, just keep hydrated. How I would cope with freezing temps?….not even going to pretend to know how my body would react.

    I’ve never seen snow in my life.

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  67. kaysee kaysee says:

    How Much Are We Prepared To Sacrifice To Help The US Win A Propaganda War Against Putin?

    There’s a very important question that we all need to be asking ourselves at this point in history, and that question is as follows: how much are we as a society willing to sacrifice so that the US government can win a propaganda war against Vladimir Putin?

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  68. struth says:

    Have a great Anzac day Long weekend everyone.

    Good to see so many “get it” here.
    Healthy blog.

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  69. kaysee kaysee says:

    This clip is edited & taken out of context. Full versions of the speech show that Obama is referring to whay goes on in totalitarian regimes, not his plans for humanity.

    Thanks for that link, Cold-Hands. I got the clip via another site and didn’t follow through on the comments. My fault.

    Checking up on it. The speech was in 2014. Much had changed in the world in the past 8 years. What set off the edited clip in the tweet I posted?

    In the past week, the Obamas mentioned something about looking for new options following the end of their contract with Spotify. I thought they had bigger plans. It seems that Spotify wasn’t going to renew the contract. The clip there is also a part of a speech …..

    Then Obama has decided he is getting into the war on disinformation. Here’s Gutfeld:

    Obama wants to help the Left censor more

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  70. struth says:

    Have a great ANZAC day long weekend.

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  71. kaysee kaysee says:

    I believe the break-up was over UAP public support for Ukraine & Cossack’s support of Russia .. difference of opinion ..!

    A pity that they couldn’t find a way to resolve that difference for the greater good of this country.

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  72. kaysee kaysee says:

    The reason being that we must keep beds open for Teh Rona. Which must be conspicuous in it’s absence because when I walked out, 5 nurses were across the road smoking and laughing.

    Black Ball, your focus at present will be on keeping your brother safe and well.

    But are you also keeping a record of dates, times, names, notes on conversations, so you can remember to quote them as near to what was said? Photos of the “crowded hospital and beds”, nurses across the road, and so on? Record of conversations on your phone, if you can?

    At some point along the way, there may be a (legal) case that can be made. How someone with mental health issues has been treated by the health system. Who is responsible for this discrimination and decision making?

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  73. kaysee kaysee says:

    Proven over and over, again.
    Go woke ….

    Disney has lost $50 billion in value since war with Florida began

    Disney’s stock has lost nearly $50 billion in value since the start of March, when it took a political gamble to oppose Florida’s controversial new education law.

    Disney’s stock was down more than 2% on Friday and by more than 8.5% over the past few days as Florida lawmakers work to punish the company for wading into the state’s politics. The stock’s market cap has declined by about $46.6 billion since March 1, just days before the company came out against the legislation.

    Recent poll by Trafalgar Group

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  74. mh says:


    Local postman who destroyed Liberal party junkmail hailed as an Aussie Hero–g


    I got one of these ‘postal vote application’ forms yesterday from Labor’s Jim Chalmers.

    It comes with a reply paid envelope to Jim Chalmers MP.

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  75. Fat Tony says:

    Some time last year, there was talk of a UN-type “treaty” that was to be administered by the WHO, and which gave that same organisation (WHO) the ability to declare a “State of Emergency” that had to be implemented by the various signatory nations – as in mandatory.

    Does anyone know the status of that particular little nasty?

    The WEF/CCP-owned scum (State & Federal) that run this country would be getting wood at the prospect of continual lockdowns, masks, “vaccinations” etc over which they can claim no responsibility but still attain their nation-killing objectives.

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