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Posted in: Human rights campaigners of Belarus, Russia and Ukraine win Nobel Peace Prize See in context

The left flip flopping like fish out of water is such a sight. It’s always nice to the authoritarian come out in folks who make posts about “other” authoritarians.

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Posted in: Human rights campaigners of Belarus, Russia and Ukraine win Nobel Peace Prize See in context

Meanwhile Julian rots in prison. It’s worse than the academy awards now.

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Posted in: Coca-Cola’s newest Japan flavor is Bleach (with a capital B) See in context

Bleach is Biden’s favorite

lets see if my off topic childish hit lasts a whopping 20 minutes like your off topic childish hit.

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Posted in: Many popular TV shows of the 1960s, '70s and '80s might be considered offensive today for one reason or another. What TV shows that are popular today do you think will be seen as offensive by audiences 50 years from now? See in context

I’m pretty sure “Ow! My balls” will be fine in the future. “Little House In The Prairie” is in big trouble.

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Posted in: British PM Truss forced into humiliating tax U-turn See in context

As for the higher market interest rates, that’s because of the excessive levels of spending. The government spending is where the inflation has come from. Not due to a tax rate cut that hasn’t even happened.

And if one looks at the tax cuts in the US in 2017, the result after two years (until the pandemic) was low unemployment, low inflation, and record tax revenues. Alas the US politicians blew it with excessive spending too.

why is it that posts on here, almost all topics, that make the most sense, with no derogatory words, always get downvoted?

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Posted in: Musk and Zelenskiy in Twitter showdown over billionaire's peace plan See in context

I am exactly with Elon on this. Anything to realistically stop the war. It is a great pulse checker as well as a Psychological representation of the public by the fact that Elon gets immediately labeled “pro-Russia” says it all. I would expect nothing less when Biden/DC, UK, EU/Davos gang want a war and their corporate media lapdogs have shifted the blame.

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Posted in: Nobel prize in medicine awarded to Swedish scientist for research on evolution See in context

You seem to see them as a tiny minority but you weren’t clear on your opinion of them. I think the idea of a 10,000-years-old Earth is completely nuts. 

How about you?

Totally nuts!

Sothebys is auctioning off a 65 million year old T Rex.

Gallup ( 2019 ), 40% of Americans believe the planet is around 10,000 years

You’re being played by the MSM. The Gallup question never asks about “10,000 years”.

But I understand how folks could fall for it. I have the same reaction to folks who believe in the MSM. Who’s Biden torching now in GITMO is what I wanna know.

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Posted in: Nobel prize in medicine awarded to Swedish scientist for research on evolution See in context

The types going all-in on a 6,000-year-old earth, talking snakes, zombies, demonically possessed pigs jumping off cliffs, flying horses, naughty desert spirits, being reincarnated as a salmon or whatever aren’t to be taken too seriously on pretty much any topic.

LOL

Thise numbers are so low it’s not worth mentioning, that is unless folks are obsessed with being better than their neighbors, which is rather at the same low intellect.

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Posted in: Denmarks: Nord Stream 2 pipeline seems to have stopped leaking See in context

Russia would most definitely blow up it's own pipeline, 

LOL

Really? A multi billion dollar infrastructure investment that will pay off for decades and Russia blows it up for a little Psyop? Normally the conspiracy theory haters would be all over you, but I guess this one has permission from Davos.

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Posted in: How to cultivate a happier retirement See in context

This writing seems to fall under the “let them eat cake” “mindset”.

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Posted in: Springsteen takes on Temptations, Supremes, Four Tops See in context

No thanks. Love Motown. Maybe for the Bruce fans, but still…the screen door slams, Mary her dress sways. Like vision she dances across the porch as the radio plays. Roy Orbison singing for the lonely………

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Posted in: White House announces multi-billion dollar plan to attack obesity, hunger See in context

 'let the guvmint tell us wot we cn eat',

Oh you’re sharp. Does Schwarzenegger talk like that? I didn’t know. He’s a Republican right?

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Posted in: White House announces multi-billion dollar plan to attack obesity, hunger See in context

Lots of “billion dollar plan”s, billions for the war machine, billions for Ukraine and billions for Israel, billions for the corporate welfare and billions for big pharma. I wonder what would happen if a president ran on billions for the working and middle classes?

Whoever is hitting the Ctrl-P is gonna have sore fingers.

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Posted in: Petrol stations' days may be numbered See in context

there is little doubt that the internal combustion engine’s days will likely soon be numbered.

Is that so? What’s this writers credentials? Is he even qualified to make such accusations? Well it is the AFP which is always a talking head organization.

Anyway, how does Jacques expect the combustion engine to go away when the modern governments these days are in so much debt, and modern governments are turning their nations and citizens into a poverty class. How will folks be able to buy those expensive EV’s? One of the dumbest articles I’ve seen on here in a while.

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Posted in: Yamaha Motor, ShinMaywa conduct early-stage test flight of small aircraft See in context

On the topic of Japanese aircraft, I never could figure out why Japan doesn't have a product line that competes with Boeing and Airbus.

Raw materials and import too expensive?

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Posted in: When you hear the expression “there never will be another like him/her,” which movie star, musician or sports star comes to mind for you? See in context

Despite the fact that James despised Prince with a passion

Curious as to why

But I’m no pro on this. I don’t even like Jazz.

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Posted in: Plastic garbage covers Central American rivers, lakes and beaches See in context

I’d like to share a revelation that I’ve had during my time here. It came to me when I tried to classify your species and I realized that you’re not actually mammals. Every mammal on this planet instinctively develops a natural equilibrium with the surrounding environment but you humans do not. You move to an area and you multiply and multiply until every natural resource is consumed and the only way you can survive is to spread to another area. There is another organism on this planet that follows the same pattern. Do you know what it is? A virus. Human beings are a disease, a cancer of this planet. You’re a plague and we are the cure.

Agent Smith:

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Posted in: When you hear the expression “there never will be another like him/her,” which movie star, musician or sports star comes to mind for you? See in context

As for Prince, when it came to funk,

serous question, cuz all I know is 1999 and purple rain, and I don’t know much about it, but I’d put Rick James for funk over Prince .

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Posted in: When you hear the expression “there never will be another like him/her,” which movie star, musician or sports star comes to mind for you? See in context

Wow!! How can we talk about Neil Peart without mentioning Geddy Lee or Alex Lifeson? Impossible. Neil would never have been great without Alex and Geddy.

RUSH !

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Posted in: When you hear the expression “there never will be another like him/her,” which movie star, musician or sports star comes to mind for you? See in context

@ bass4funk

Freddie Mercury

Neil Peart

Eddie Van Halen

Prince

John Lennon

George Harrison

Tom Petty

Wonderful list. Prince not so much

So I’d like to add

Billy Joel

Charlton Heston

Charles Bronson

Ian Anderson

Bob Probert ice hockey

Peter Gabriel

others have mentioned Elvis, Sinatra, but Scott Joplin and Johann Strauss II will always be my top picks as well.

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Posted in: When you hear the expression “there never will be another like him/her,” which movie star, musician or sports star comes to mind for you? See in context

Paustovsky

Genesis P-Orridge

Oh yes

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRcgQ_e3w4g

it may possible I’m missing something but holly smokes Batman, that’s bad!

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Posted in: Rate hikes, inflation tug Asian shares, British pound lower See in context

Love Firth if Fifth.

Just assume piano.

I am a big supply side fan though so rooting for Kwasi Kwarteng’s plan to be a success.

Well word is he’s a genius. I hope he works out for ya’ll.

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Posted in: Rate hikes, inflation tug Asian shares, British pound lower See in context

I think everyone gets it.

Hi Eric, it’s an old Peter Gabriel Genesis album title from 1973. Their 5th album, though Trespass is my favorite from 1970.

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Posted in: Rate hikes, inflation tug Asian shares, British pound lower See in context

Selling England by the Pound.

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Posted in: Conspiracy theories are dangerous even if very few people believe them See in context

Conspiracy theories are dangerous even if very few people believe them

A day without a conspiracy theory is a day without sunshine.

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Posted in: Pink Floyd founder cancels Poland concerts after war remarks See in context

Still can’t believe I got front row seats for his Hitchhikers tour. Anyway, I’m glad to hear Rogers is on the anti warmongering side. So many are just parroting whatever CNN tells them.

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Posted in: Elton John sings at White House See in context

Elton John sings at White House

Great singer and piano player. Love his 70’s stuff with that solid rock band behind him. He probably lives in LA right? I hope he survives the LA crime spree going on.

But why him? Oh, that’s right. He’s uncontroversial and gay. Why not Peter Gabriel or David Byrne? Ozzy singing War Pigs would have been great!

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Posted in: Young women in Japan want only one child or none at all: survey See in context

Japan is facing a demographic crisis that will see the country disappear into poverty and slip from the now #3 economy to #7 by the end of this decade of nothing changes, and third-world soon after.

Possibly. That can always print money. Anyway, the population will eventually balance out in 1 or 2 decades and the country will be in a much stronger position as long as they don’t panic and import 10th century uneducated slobs.

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Posted in: Facebook whistleblower launches nonprofit to take on big tech See in context

 Tech is merely offering a communication medium.

Meta has just been exposed for illegally giving the FBI information about its users for political opinions. So I’d say  “Tech is merely offering a communication medium” is long gone.

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Posted in: Khmer Rouge tribunal ending work after 16 years, 3 judgments See in context

unintended consequences

Yeah I don’t think so. Think about it. Did the CIA have a re-stabilize plan? No. You can’t intentionally destabilize a country then say “sorry. Ooops. We didn’t want that to happen”.

And I also think you should use the correct vocabulary. The word “supported” is just a lie.

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