Ina

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    Ina reacted to Virgil Caine in I think the crash has started.   
    Such is the UKs decline that we can’t even top the housing ponzi and personal debt league anymore.
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    Ina reacted to No One in I think the crash has started.   
    we need a thread on this, I have long kept an eye on the CCBubble and wanted to get some info to see where its going
     
    Hagerty has a very useful chart per car line
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    Ina reacted to spygirl in I think the crash has started.   
    One in boro is ehutting. Or relocating, as they put it.
    Youll know a town is fucked when Costa goes....
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    Ina reacted to One percent in No go Cairo   
    I’m guessing that there has been a clear and direct threat. It might just have been against BA. or they might be being a tad more responsible than other airlines. 
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    Ina reacted to Frank Hovis in No go Cairo   
    How worried would you be if you were on a non-BA flight to Cairo that hadn't been cancelled?
    A responsible government would either issue a statement that there is no risk or suspend all airlines' flights.
    Typical half-arsed response.
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    Ina reacted to Wight Flight in No go Cairo   
    BA have suspended flights for 7 days with immediate affect.
    What do they know that we don't?
    (Apart from that fact it is a shithole and they have probably done their customers a favour)
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    Ina reacted to Sgt Hartman in Aspartame, the next big scandal?   
    Energy drinks.
    That, in my humble opinion is where the shit will hit the fan in a few years time. I cannot believe that people let their kids drink it. 
    I'd rather my kids had a beer than that shit.
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    Ina reacted to Byron in Aspartame, the next big scandal?   
    My own experience with a carbon fibre fishing rod showed that unlike wood or glass fibre which begins to creak as you over bend it, carbon fibre gives no warning and suddenly snaps
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    Ina reacted to Chewing Grass in Aspartame, the next big scandal?   
    So Mr Oliver (the expert) left school at the age of sixteen with two GCSE qualifications in Art and Geology[4] and went on to attend Westminster Technical College now Westminster Kingsway College.[3] He then earned a City & Guilds National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) in home economics.
    Thats it!
    Unsurprisingly he went to Newport Free Grammar School which wasn't free in monetary terms and is a product of BBC grooming.
    Oliver is severely Dyslexic, but strangely managed to write a book (or did the So-Called BBC write it for him) the Naked Chef.
    Oliver also participates in mental child abuse by naming his five kids  Poppy Honey Rosie, Daisy Boo Pamela, Petal Blossom Rainbow, Buddy Bear Maurice  and River Rocket Blue Dallas (my favourite).
    The bloke sums up everything that's wrong with a country run by the metropolitan elite and their media drones.
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    Ina reacted to M S E Refugee in Aspartame, the next big scandal?   
    Good idea,
    He could maybe open a chain of Italian restaurants.
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    Ina reacted to Hopeful in Aspartame, the next big scandal?   
    He's a failure at his own initiatives along with his brother-in-law
    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/jamie-oliver-restaurant-chain-administration-collapse-jobs-risk-latest-a8923301.html
    The So-Called BBC 'talent-spotted' him. He was nothing that special as  a chef at the time and all the So-Called BBC wanted was a showman - he's 100%  a BBC creation and so all his campaigns are just BBC/government campaigns - he's just the frontman. It's not surprising that if he branches out on his own, because he believes his own image, that it's a disaster.
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    Ina reacted to M S E Refugee in Aspartame, the next big scandal?   
    Many people could have been put at risk because of this fat tongued idiot and his stupid campaigns.
    It is very difficult to buy Pop without artificial sweeteners because of this busybody, not that I drink it very often but it is yet another simple pleasure that has been taken away.
    No more Cream Soda floats for me thanks to this Cunt.
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    Ina reacted to One percent in Aspartame, the next big scandal?   
    I’m doing a beer can chicken today on the bbq. That with some bbq potatoes and a salad.  One thing I really like which I might also make is homemade blue cheese dressing. Dead easy.  👍
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    Ina reacted to Hopeful in Aspartame, the next big scandal?   
    Yep - we don't eat anything processed. Nothing
    We have tinned tomatoes, boxes of passata, tons of chickpeas, black-eyed, cannelloni, and borlotti beans and lidl mushy peas, along with flours, various rices, various sugars, syrup and treacle, various pastas, horseradish and tartare sauce, tinned anchovies and sardines in brine, dijon, whole grain and English mustard powder. Dried herbs. That's our total cupboard contents. Just looked.
    No cans of drinks or bottles of cordials. We have about a gallon of home-made sloe cordial that contains sugar. (We don't drink the sloe cordial - too sweet, we made it because of the glut of sloes last year and in case of visitors, which we rarely have)
    (The only processed food is that processed by a car tyre)
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    Ina reacted to The Masked Tulip in Aspartame, the next big scandal?   
    I think carbon bikes, and serious injury or death from their sudden failure, will become a big scandal in the next 10 - 15 years.
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    Ina reacted to Sgt Hartman in Poor doors   
    Hmm, I'm really in two minds about this. 
    One half of me thinks it's quite a shitty thing to do, especially in a children's playground.
    The other half is the one that did actually spend two years living next door to social housing and what an absolute fucking shitshow that was. If that lot had been given access to 'nice areas' they would have summarily trashed them in very short order.
    Jury's out on this one, but not for long I think.
     
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    Ina reacted to One percent in Poor doors   
    Not being funny but given a choice (and if you have money, you have choices) I would not buy in a development where there is social housing very near. The horror stories just on here are enough to tell you it’s a gamble. 
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    Ina got a reaction from Fischer in Climate Change   
    The hardworking taxpayers currently trying to commute out of Leeds City Centre are gridlocked.  It is clear the Protesters have waited to ensure every Uni student is back home to begin their protests.  Glastonbury over.  Their timing is impeccable.  Still no reporting.  Same in Bristol, Cardiff London and Glasgow.  My commute tomorrow may be as long as 2 hours each way.  The agenda of Extinction  Rebellion suits TPTB.   Another excuse to screw more £ out of the tax payer.
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    Ina got a reaction from Bedrag Justesen in Extinction rebellion?   
    The Police Liaison officers who are trained to befriend them and extract info say they ringleaders are not local.  The ringleaders know the blocking the road laws inside out and better than the Police.  The bulk of the supporters are Uni students and College students plus local right on do gooders and  green activists.  The Police presence in Leeds this week has been unbelievable.   Apparently the staff at the Hilton  have been brilliant with the Police.
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    Ina got a reaction from Bedrag Justesen in Extinction rebellion?   
    I think they, Extinction Rebellion, pick their locations very carefully.  They know where to cause maximum impact without causing a backlash.  So in Yorkshire they pick on Leeds and not Bradford because they do not want a confrontation with the Muslim community who do not get their cause.   He protesters in Leeds were 100% white.  They avoid the tourist hotspots like York.  It will be interesting to see where and when they reappear.
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    Ina got a reaction from Bedrag Justesen in Extinction rebellion?   
    I cannot describe the impact these people have had on the hard working taxpayers of Leeds.   People on the minimum wage who finish work at 5 and all they want to do is get home and have a beer and chill.  Instead of it taking 20 mins to get home it has taken 1 hour 30.  The leaders of X-R are well versed in law.   The reason they have boats is for some reason the Police aren’t allowed to shift them from a road.  
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    Ina got a reaction from Fischer in Extinction rebellion?   
    I cannot describe the impact these people have had on the hard working taxpayers of Leeds.   People on the minimum wage who finish work at 5 and all they want to do is get home and have a beer and chill.  Instead of it taking 20 mins to get home it has taken 1 hour 30.  The leaders of X-R are well versed in law.   The reason they have boats is for some reason the Police aren’t allowed to shift them from a road.  
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    Ina got a reaction from One percent in Extinction rebellion?   
    The Police Liaison officers who are trained to befriend them and extract info say they ringleaders are not local.  The ringleaders know the blocking the road laws inside out and better than the Police.  The bulk of the supporters are Uni students and College students plus local right on do gooders and  green activists.  The Police presence in Leeds this week has been unbelievable.   Apparently the staff at the Hilton  have been brilliant with the Police.
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    Ina got a reaction from Alonso Quijano in Extinction rebellion?   
    I cannot describe the impact these people have had on the hard working taxpayers of Leeds.   People on the minimum wage who finish work at 5 and all they want to do is get home and have a beer and chill.  Instead of it taking 20 mins to get home it has taken 1 hour 30.  The leaders of X-R are well versed in law.   The reason they have boats is for some reason the Police aren’t allowed to shift them from a road.  
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    Ina reacted to 201p in Extinction rebellion?   
    I can't help thinking that there are people are profiting from both sides of this. There are quite a few boats made for Extinction Rebellion - has someone started a factory and selling these to local groups? 
    I see they have banned boats now.