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  2. spygirl

    trans madness

    I like proper manly hetero fruit ... like bananas. We need a media campaign - Taking back fruit from the fruits.
  3. Oooh oooh! I know the answer to that one! It was the rise of wahhabism in the 19th Century, wasn't it? Of course, if you like conspiracy theories; one which as been referenced here before, is that wahhabism is really a fiendish British plot to destroy islam. So, yes! It's us again! What's my prize?
  4. James Burke looked in his 50s back in 69, so the fact he is still working and only looking in his 70s these days is a big surprise. Anybody would think he'd gone into space during some of the intervening 50 years, broken through the light barrier and only put on 20 earth years to come back to do his commentary on the anniversary. Burke with his thinning Max Wall grey hair old man barnet during the lunar programme. ( probably early 70s) https://mobile.twitter.com/bluedotfestival/status/1101453530085220352?lang=en
  5. My wife has had long term on/off abdominal pain for which she has had numerous tests with no real diagnosis (suggestions of kidney stones and a whole plethora of 'womens problems' etc, none of which quite ring true). It seems to flare up at times of stress or exhaustion. Does this sound like a candidate for adrenal exhaustion to you? I know you're not medically qualified, just looking for clues!
  6. Let's be blunt about this. The muslim Arabs in the Gulf don't just treat Indians, Nepalese like shit. They do exactly the same to their 'brothers' from Egypt, Bangladesh, Lebanon etc... They may use islam to justify their shitty behaviour, but it definitely isn't reserved for non-muslims exclusively. If allah has blessed you and not others, then you had better not upset him by going against what he has ordained - it's a great excuse for selfishness. It's not confined to islam[1] but the oil wealth certainly amplifies it. It doesn't matter if your maid is an Indonesian Muslim, Filipina Protestant or Sri Lankan Catholic - they'll get treated the same because they're poor, which means allah doesn't favour them like us splendid rich people - so we should emulate him and treat them all like dirt too. The scary thing is, this shittiness infects liberal enlightened westerners if they stay there too long. And don't get me started about the Palestinians. In 1990, while rich Kuwaitis were partying away in the west, and one royal brat's tearjerking testimony to the US Congress became the byword for lying your head off to gain sympathy, it was the Palestinians who were left there to head up the resistance to the Iraqi invaders. What reward did they get for stepping up to the plate in Kuwait's hour of need? Why banishment, of course! Because the idiot who led Fatah decided that the invasion was a good excuse to suck up to Saddam Hussein. Yes, we Brits were largely responsible for the whole shitshow - but I find it bizarre that so little is known about the Balfour Declaration or the dismantling of the Ottoman Empire by the average Brit who instead chooses to concoct fantasies of British atrocities taking place in independent Commonwealth nations to explain or excuse economic migration. If any lessons are to be learned from the last half-century, I'd say it is that Britain has squandered the goodwill it could have built on to develop a strong and stable Commonwealth in favour of a bizarre protectionist racket in Europe. [1] Think about the verse of 'All Things Bright And Beautiful' that no-one sings or why prosperous western hippy-types are keen to invoke 'bad karma' to avoid giving to charity.
  7. For those taking cod liver oil daily, are you at all concerned about the heavy metals?
  8. UFO was made in 1970 and the storyline set in 1980. It's quite uncanny how accurately the Andersons predicted what the world would be like 10 years in their future, particularly the purple hair and bacofoil tits.
  9. I’m pale and don’t use sunscreen I just tend to sit out in the sun a bit and gradually build a tan. If I’m on somewhere hot I’II avoid the midday sun and schedule activities to late afternoon and evening.
  10. SNACR

    Dosbods Tripadvisor

    He might be fine but if I came across the guy who stopped to help there’s something about him that would put me in a state of ‘be wary’.
  11. Well the main man worshiped in the old testament wasn't a paedo for one. Of course all these old books are full of weird stuff. That's no shock. But Muslims adulate a bloke who raped a child. It's not going to end well is it.
  12. ccc

    Dosbods Tripadvisor

    I've driven around that part of Canada in an almost identical van. Mine was an 84 Beauville so I reckon that will be a similar age. I did this in 2005 though. Unless they managed to get a very low mileage one - I wouldn't fancy driving that around those parts in terms of reliability in 2019. It must have done 3-500k miles easy.
  13. Thanks, I watched the video and am fairly au fait with the details of this. I’ve never really understood this argument exactly as both The Old Testament and The Talmud are full of all sorts of mediaeval shit.
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  15. Shhh, don’t drop any more real life bombs, things have quietened down a bit.
  16. So you don't think there is a link between the groups of Muslim men doing this - and the prophet they worship who married and raped a child ? You know maybe something like - well if it was good enough for Mo then it's good enough for me. That sort of thing. And for the record she wasn't a lone female traveller either. There were two of them.
  17. If you have the usual Brit skin and sit in the mid-day sun today in the UK with face, arms and shoulders showing - after just 15 mins your body will produce about 10-20,000 ui of Vit D3. So taking anything like that on a daily basis is imo perfectly fine. Nature says so. In terms of sunscreen. I barely use it. Just limit your time in the sun to 20 mins here and 20 mins there per day. There are obviously times where this isn't possible and it is required - but it shouldn't be often. I'm in Greece for two weeks, I'm ginger and about 50 ml of sunscreen will do me fine.
  18. I’ve got Connections on DVD. Watching it these days though just throws up as many questions as it answers. A lot of it goes along the lines of how science made leaps forward with details of discoveries being shared around the world culminating in rapid progress in an era of telecommunications and air travel but the series is pre-internet. The Internet was planned to allow scientists around the world to communicate and share ideas but rather than usher in some new golden era of scientific advance things have almost totally stagnated.
  19. As if anything Italian could ever be unreliable.
  20. I heard that it was the fact that the bows were made of the wood of Taxus baccata that made the difference. Hence the expression, pluck yew!
  21. onlyme

    Epstein

    Heard it mentioned that it was Cernovich's FOI request of the release of information on Epstein that triggered third events, Epstein only being taken into custody days before the release happened, otherwise the FBI et al would have been in for some stick for not not acting on the information.
  22. SNACR

    Epstein

    Therein lies the rub with almost all of it. I tend towards looking at the real world and what’s changed and doing a line of best fit and completely ignoring the official explanation but even then you suddenly realise you’re relying on some point of reference gleaned from the MSM. .
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  24. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7266787/Police-release-chilling-details-Australian-mans-grisly-unique-murder-Canada.html Shot and mutilated couple on a road trip. This, in my view isnt a Darwinian event. It was a reasonable plan to take this trip. There have been other disappearances and bodies found on this stretch of Highway..buts its pretty vast and low grade information of the dangers. I figure bears might also be up on that risk list. There were some posts this week about accidental body finds in the outback in Australia whilst looking for someone else whom.was missing, believed dead. Similar desolate area to this article. Creepy. I dont feel inclined to label these young folk as reckless on their trip I would add, me and my older brother were doing a long distant cycling trip mid 90s along the west coast of Canada and the US. One stretch ran through an area of Washington State that the guidebook pointed out were..well..lots of missing people. The Greenway River Serial killer.would later be caught and named responsible...It would later be noted that he targeted women. My older brother knew none of this story. One night we were caught out and late. It went dark and we hadnt reached camp heading to the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. Some guy about thirty..we were mid and late twenties...pulled up in his pick up as we checked the map for the last haul. Desperate to get us in the back..well it seemed that way..of the pickup to take us to the site. No I dont think it was a serial killer...but were pretty spooked and politely declined. We both reacted the same way. I knowing some wierdo was on the lose my brother from instinct. He freaked out a bit once we had pitched the tent and told him the guide book contents. The two young people.were last seen, other than by their killer/s, sat chilled in camp seats, by their broken down van. A passerby stopped but was reassured they had the crisis under control. Then something horrid, corrupt happened. As I said, creepy. Not sure that highway is going to figure on my to do list anytime soon.
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