Open Thread – Saturday, 6 November 2021

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  1. mh says:

    ‘Further north, capacity at Burrendong Dam in the NSW Macquarie Valley has risen to 109 per cent overnight, pushing the storage into the flood surcharge zone.

    However, Burrendong Dam has a capacity of 150 per cent, which means that no change to the current low rate of water releases will be required.’

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    Reminds me of Wivenhoe Dam reports circa late 2010.
    A couple of months later they did an emergency release, putting Brisbane underwater.
    High Anna 👋


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  2. kaysee kaysee says:

    Cornell University Offers Tampons & Pads in Men’s Restroom, Calling Them “Mxnstrual Products”

    Apparently, Cornell University is now offering what it refers to as “Mxnstrual Products” – tampons and pads – in men’s restrooms at the university. Outside of the absurdity of tampons in a men’s bathroom, the use of the imaginary word “Mxnstrual” to describe menstrual products was due to the real word “menstrual” being deemed a “gendered term.”



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  3. mh says:

    ‘Germany’s vaccine advisory board on Wednesday recommended against using Moderna’s Covid-19 shot in people under 30 due to evidence suggesting a very small risk of heart inflammation, joining France and a string of other European countries restricting the vaccine as coronavirus cases across the continent soar to record levels.’

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    Cases ‘soar’.
    The vaccines are rubbish.
    The US President shits his pants.
    This is 2021.


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  4. kaysee kaysee says:

    2nd grader suspended 38 times for not wearing her mask…

    And she’s back ……

    You can suspend me again for not wearing a mask, I don’t care, I’m still not going to wear one. I hope you all go to jail for doing this to me. And my family is proud of me.



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  5. kaysee kaysee says:

    Personal, home, cyber security and YOU

    I have written many times about steps to take to protect yourself and family.

    In light of recent allegations about a priest having illegal material on a computer, I am reminded of incidents with priests who were accused of doing bad things with computers and internet only to be found innocent because their wifi security was bad and someone had hacked it.

    Everyone has to be careful.

    It’s always someone else… until it’s you.



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  6. egg_ says:

    The dam’s capacity includes 1,188,000 megalitres of water storage and a potential 489,000 megalitres of air space for flood mitigation.

    In theory?


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  7. johanna johanna says:

    Thanks for the Roxy Music clip, Steve. Some mega talent in that band.

    Hope your family matters are working out OK.


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  8. mh says:

    Global warming did this:

    ‘Melbourne shivers through coldest November day in more than a decade

    Large parts of the state’s northeast have already been drenched and there’s a warning flash flooding is possible in some areas.’


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  9. mh says:

    Mediaite
    @Mediaite
    No, Joe Biden Did Not Refer to Satchel Paige as a ‘Negro’ During Veterans Day Speech

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    Why would fact checkers say this when anyone can jump on line and see that Brandon did call Satchel Paige a negro that played in the negro leagues.

    Is this the 1984 psy-op where you have to believe facts that are demonstrably true are false?


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  10. cohenite says:

    There are no slackers in Blade Runner.


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  11. mh says:

    ‘Is this the 1984 psy-op where you have to believe facts that are demonstrably true are false?’

    Or vice versa


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  12. mh says:

    Pro vax zealots Courier Paywall have this as top story:

    ‘Pfizer linked to 35 new cases of heart inflammation

    A rare side effect of the Pfizer vaccine has affected 35 more Australians in the past week, new figures show.’


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  13. mh says:

    Sieg Heil!

    ‘Austria province to place millions of unvaccinated people in Covid lockdown

    Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg says: ‘I don’t see why two-thirds should lose their freedom because one-third is dithering’


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  14. mh says:

    The new normal:

    Eurosport

    SERGIO AGUERO: BARCELONA STRIKER’S HEART CONDITION COULD END HIS CAREER – REPORTS
    Manchester City’s record goalscorer recently had an operation on his heart, after he came off during last month’s game at Alaves with complaints of chest pain. His diagnosis has not been made public, but it is reported he has cardiac arrhythmia – an irregular heartbeat. Although no decisions have been made, it is claimed doctors have suggested he should retire.


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  15. mh says:

    John Cleese
    @JohnCleese
    I was looking forward to talking to students at the Cambridge Union this Friday, but I hear that someone there has been blacklisted for doing an impersonation of Hitler.

    I regret that I did the same on a Monty Python show, so I am blacklisting myself before someone else does
    6:39 PM · Nov 10, 2021


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  16. mh says:

    Craig Kelly MP
    @CraigKellyMP
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    And Alex makes 6.

    We now have 2 Federal MP’s & 4 Senators opposing💉Mandates.

    Myself & George Christensen – Senator Gerard Renick, Senator Pauline Hanson, Senator Malcolm Roberts & now Senator Alex Antic.

    History is watching.

    Who will be the 7th ?


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  17. Steve trickler says:

    He needs his nose driven into is head. Happy to see that useless prick die in front of his wife and kids.

    That little shit needs his head smashed in.


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  18. johanna johanna says:

    Those arseholes in the NT government have warned businesses ‘not to look for loopholes’ while issuing amendments to the rules less than a day before the hammer comes down:

    On Thursday, a number of amendments to the CHO directions were published online, tightening the requirements around vaccine exemptions and clarifying the rules around subcontracted workers and volunteers.

    While some business are resigned to losing staff when the mandate takes effect, others have been seeking ways to work around the requirement, which can include the redeployment of staff into back-office roles.

    With less than a day’s notice, you can become subject to thousands of dollars in fines.

    This COVID thing has caused governments to become drunk with power – just issue an ‘order’ under the heading of Da Pandemic and you can get away with anything.


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