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Posted in: Jan 6 panel moving swiftly as it sets Bannon contempt vote See in context

Yeah, I've not heard of the 16 hours of video the government refuses to show 

Not surprising.

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Posted in: UK worker shortage threatens Christmas turkey supply See in context

The Brits eat Turkey for Christmas?

Is Turkey widely popular among n the UK, like KFC in Japan popular, or just a bit of doom porn news?

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Posted in: William Shatner, 3 others blast into space See in context

What a waste

I bet you 500 quatloos that someone said something similar to Galileo Galilei about his telescope inventions.

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Posted in: Michael Keaton confronts U.S. opioid crisis in 'Dopesick' See in context

Glad to hear about this, always liked Keaton, well except for that bird movie, but this should have been done 10 to 15 years ago. So I guess we’ll have to wait until 2041 for any truth telling about the current big pharma ripoff.

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Posted in: If these figures are right, we cannot achieve herd immunity unless we have at least 80 to 90% of the population with immunity via vaccinations. The hurdle has been raised considerably compared to conventional strains. See in context

That is a "fix" that makes the statement wrong, because of two reasons, the first is that boosters are not being thought as necessary for all vaccines,

You seem to make comments like a computer with no capacity for any forethought. You have made enough errors in this way of thinking that maybe a little reflection is needed. I don’t need a scientific consensus to tell me it’s going to get colder in the next month.

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Posted in: Reduced splash, easier smart phone operation among reasons more guys prefer to pee while seated See in context

Ridiculous.

How am I supposed to sit down on my kitchen sink or in the shower?

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Posted in: If these figures are right, we cannot achieve herd immunity unless we have at least 80 to 90% of the population with immunity via vaccinations. The hurdle has been raised considerably compared to conventional strains. See in context

If these figures are right, we cannot achieve herd immunity unless we have at least 80 to 90% of the population with immunity via vaccinations. 

Misinformation

If these figures are right, we cannot achieve herd immunity unless we have at least 80 to 90% of the population with immunity via continuous booster vaccinations. 

Fixed

If these figures are right, we cannot achieve herd immunity unless we have at least 80 to 90% of the population with immunity via vaccinations. 

Illogical

One can not be immune from Covid with continuous booster vaccinations. natural immunity offers the only path to herd immunity.

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Posted in: KFC Japan suspends French fry sales after running out of potatoes See in context

Didn’t this happen a while back with the spuds? Engineered crisis. I like the chicken but what is up with that coleslaw?

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Posted in: McCartney says Lennon responsible for Beatle breakup See in context

Zichitomorrow

Ono and Lennon first met on November 9, 1966, at the Indica Gallery in London, where she was preparing her conceptual art exhibit.

Nice try but doesn’t fly.

Ono’s sitting in on the White Album was the start. That was nearly two years after “the screaming girls”, so like I said, not connected.

Ringo said it best.

”The final straw was during the recording of ‘Let it Be’, when Yoko insisted that we record her on the toilet taking a dump. She insisted that we release that as the first single instead of ‘Get Back’. She threw her dirty tampon at me when we refused. Me, Paul & George walked out after that and never looked back.”

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Posted in: McCartney says Lennon responsible for Beatle breakup See in context

If the Beatles hadn't broken up it's unlikely we would have heard the iconic Band On The Run album that Paul put out afterward.

Great point, or John’s 1970 album John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band.

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Posted in: McCartney says Lennon responsible for Beatle breakup See in context

Yoko Ono broke up the Beatles. She didn't want to share John with the others. But really, it was impossible for them to perform and go on with screaming girls nothing could be heard.

You’re not making sense here. You talk about Yoko than jump back to when they wanted to stop touring. And these two events are in no way connected.

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Posted in: Cherry-picking the Bible and using verses out of context has been done for centuries See in context

This just gets better and better.

This one is priceless,

that God works through science.

Is that so. I little bit of vax brainwashing couched in his idea of historical and present day truth. Too funny. He’s no better than FOX news or CNN or anyone else pushing the vax.

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Posted in: Cherry-picking the Bible and using verses out of context has been done for centuries See in context

Cherry-picking the Bible and using verses out of context has been done for centuries

I didn’t understand why a JT post about the Bible had so many people talking, so I clicked.

Ha! Tricky MSM. The vax pushers are getting creative.

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Posted in: Can I get the flu and COVID-19 vaccines at the same time? See in context

Doesn’t this writer know that the seasonal flu has disappeared in the US? Where did it go? Well hospitals get a lot more government $$ for Covid patients.

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Posted in: China's Xi says reunification with Taiwan must happen See in context

Reminds me of the other guy claiming ownership over the Rhineland. It took a lot to put that rabid dog down. I have no faith in the Biden administration to do anything but pull a Neville Chamberlain.

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Posted in: Biden won't invoke executive privilege on Trump Jan 6 documents See in context

Vegas slot machines

Ex-President Trump stories

Pictures of Bannon

Nothing pays out more.

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Posted in: As COVID summer surge in U.S. wanes, more mandates in the works See in context

For those who are obese or have other serous personal choice or unexpected health problems you probably should get vaccinated, everyone can survive this with well known treatments as natural immunity after getting Covid is much much better than those so called vaccines and the boosters that are coming.

Governments are also using this to totally alter the free world. They must be stopped!

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Posted in: EU unveils strategy to tackle rising antisemitism in Europe See in context

EU unveils strategy to tackle rising antisemitism in Europe

Typical.

A story about the EU’s NEW strategy “to tackle rising antisemitism in Europe”, without mentioning any actual facts of rising antisemitism in Europe.

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Posted in: As the long-delayed James Bond film "No Time to Die" debuts in cinemas worldwide, here are some questions for 007 fans. Which actor is your favorite James Bond? Best Bond villain? Best henchman/woman for a Bond villain? Best Bond title song and last but not least, the best Bond film? See in context

As the long-delayed James Bond film "No Time to Die" debuts in cinemas worldwide, here are some questions for 007 fans. Which actor is your favorite James Bond? Best Bond villain? Best henchman/woman for a Bond villain? Best Bond title song and last but not least, the best Bond film?

The bond movies and actors are overrated IMO, but to each his one. Still, best bond song is by Paul. And Jaws was cool, especially in the The Longest Yard too.

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Posted in: Workers at all of Kellogg's U.S. cereal plants go on strike See in context

Assembly Line Machine Operator $16/hour.

$83k/ year Avg. Base Salary

Is that for the Kellogg’s company, or just an average you pulled off the net?

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Posted in: William Shatner, 90, will fly to space aboard Blue Origin rocket See in context

I love this guy!!!

For those who didn’t get the

“Yes, it’s true; I’m going to be a 'rocket man!'”, including this AP writer

The captain sings it in 1978

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=lul-Y8vSr0I

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Posted in: Facebook: 'Ludicrous' to say it fueled U.S. Capitol riot See in context

Facebook is NOT msm

That is exactly what FB wants you to think. Well done

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Posted in: 'Pandora Papers' expose leaders' offshore millions See in context

Pandora Papers' expose leaders' offshore millions

I give this story one day in the headlines, then you’ll never hear about again in the corporate MZM.

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Posted in: Facebook: 'Ludicrous' to say it fueled U.S. Capitol riot See in context

Facebook: 'Ludicrous' to say it fueled U.S. Capitol riot

wait what?

So it’s back to a riot now and not an attack or insurrection?

MSM protecting their own.

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Posted in: China sends 25 jets into Taiwan's defense zone on National Day See in context

Fake headline and fake news at most. At least it’s misinformation. Good ole MSM can be depended on for their war baby rattles.

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Posted in: Amazon unveils robot that can patrol homes See in context

Amazon unveils robot that can patrol homes

Great prop for Tom Cruise hacking it in a mission impossible flick. Next years model will be able to provide your monthly vaccine boosters.

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Posted in: What do you think are some of the main differences between the way Japanese and Western media report the news? See in context

What do you think are some of the main differences between the way Japanese and Western media report the news?

In the US anyway, commercials. Lots of commercials. Even commercials about the so called news station. Like I need to watch a commercial for CNN or FOX if I’m already watching it. And these commercials are no different than dumb TV shows that keep you hanging with some information or guest until after the commercial.

pathetic corporate news.

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Posted in: Fighting wave of misinfo, YouTube bans false vaccine claims See in context

Fighting wave of misinfo, YouTube bans false vaccine claims

Ha ha, just don’t ban Lady Gaga or BTS, then you’ll be in trouble. But censoring information, no problemo. Idiocracy.

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Posted in: China clamps down on pop culture in bid to 'control' youth See in context

China clamps down on pop culture in bid to 'control' youth

So the Chinese government is clamping down on pop culture. The government’s in the “freer” world can not do this to pop culture. But what we’re seeing now are social media corporations clamping down on information. I ask you what’s worse? Google Facebook Twitter are all censoring information. It should be our right to listen to or read whatever we want without censorship.

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Posted in: Tony Soprano returns in prequel film 'The Many Saints of Newark' See in context

@snowymountainhell

A pictographic chart of the “sporadic, yet violent bit of carnage on “The Sopranos’ ” NO actual violence shown but there are* *SPOILERS! :

Midsommer is a murder / mystery show right?

What is The Sapranos classified as? A crime drama right. If what you say above is true, then it sounds more like an afternoon Soap Opera fit for lonely housewives and teenage girls. All they do is talk talk talk. My god, no thanks. I have no patience for the useless dribble of soap operas.

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