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    This Time reacted to mooncat69 in My white family couldn't handle my afro hair – so they cut it short   
    Have you turned into Pin?
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    This Time reacted to spunko in Muslim parents lead group of 300 in protest outside school gates against equality lessons on homosexuality and gender   
    Surely a solution to the "problem".
    Let's have a drive to recruit openly gay activists into all primary schools in Muslim areas.
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    This Time got a reaction from Sgt Hartman in How much for a box room? 😳   
    FTFY.
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    This Time reacted to billfunk in "That's why I really want to get back to Britain because I know it will be taken care of - health-wise, at least,"   
    Deport her and deport her entire family. It's the only way they will learn. 
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    This Time reacted to SNACR in Oi Wanka! Get in da facking H'army   
    *Be a totally disfigured from a landmine (for free)
    *Be a homeless alcoholic, when we've finished with you (for free)
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    This Time reacted to Wight Flight in Tommy Robinson thread   
    I was planning a cute response but can't be bothered 😁
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    This Time reacted to goldbug9999 in Tommy Robinson thread   
    If you seriously believe a working class luton football fan is some key part of a zionist conspiracy then you need to get a grip on reality frankly.
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    This Time got a reaction from Van Lady in NHS - envy of the world   
    Private just lets you skip the queue.
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    This Time got a reaction from Van Lady in NHS - envy of the world   
    Private just lets you skip the queue.
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    This Time got a reaction from stokiescum in And Smart Meters weren't about controlling you.   
    Stop paying for people without jobs to live where the jobs are.
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    This Time reacted to whitevanman in Hunter-gatherer past shows our fragile bones result from physical inactivity since invention of farming   
    Farming restricted our diets and lead to widespread malnutrition even if we were getting adequate calories. Same is true today, rubbish high carb, low protein/fat diets. Combine that with a lack of physical activity and the results are plain to see.
    Still, fewer of us get eaten by sabre-toothed tigers these days.
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    This Time got a reaction from billfunk in Tommy Robinson thread   
    I can't watch the video - what's going on?
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    This Time got a reaction from One percent in Brexit Betrayal thread   
    Fishy tomatoes? Eugh, fishy EU pork is bad enough. Fed some pork belly to the cats last night as it tasted like rotten fish.
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    This Time reacted to the gardener in Brexit Betrayal thread   
    The price of Spanish cherry tomatoes could fall to zero but I still wouldn't buy them.
    I was most pleased to buy some tomatoes (from Lidl I believe), in December, that were grown in county Durham.
    Geordie tomatoes! And there are those who say we can't grow enough for our needs here. If we can grow tomatoes in Durham in December then I think we'll cope without Spanish ones.
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    This Time reacted to swiss_democracy_for_all in Fuckin' Weather   
    Careful everybody, some of the drifts will be higher than the top of the soles of your shoes. 
     
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    This Time reacted to XswampyX in Brexit Betrayal thread   
    If we have to have "hard times" then all the free loaders will fuck off back to their shit holes. I'd vote for that!  I did! 
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    This Time reacted to Alonso Quijano in Brexit Betrayal thread   
    I am not anti-Europe, but I am pro-Britain, and the idea of this pioneering septred Isle which has given so much good to the world; the euphoria I felt on the morning of the EU Referendum result, which in spite of everything thrown at a normally conservative population with an aversion to change voted for Change, will be greater if we manage to be free from the yoke of the EU on the morning of the 30th March.
    I'll take the rough with the smooth of a No Deal, but I suspect it will be a damp squib Armageddon-wise; had we the right leaders in place it could be a springboard for a special era, however, after years of LibLabCon fantasy economics and skimmed wealth, the fundamentals aren't right. Too many SJWs in place too. Still, it's better than being on that EU supra-national juggernaut.
    We do need a political revolution, a spring clean - and more importantly, some faith in the idea of this United Kingdom.
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    This Time reacted to InLikeFlynn in Brexit Betrayal thread   
    I voted remain but am absolutely aghast at the way the elected scum have behaved. The vote was to leave, some of these MPs (Tory and Labour) need to be deselected.
    It should have been WTO from the outset, no point negotiating with the EU, just ask Varoufakis.
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    This Time reacted to XswampyX in Brexit Betrayal thread   
    Well yes, but also the £39 billion... paid upfront. WTF! 
    £39 billion just to be able to negotiate something that could be achieved by just by telling them to fuck off and negotiate after we left.
    It's an insane way to leave/negotiate and the reason everybody thinks it's a trap.
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    This Time reacted to Virgil Caine in Brexit Betrayal thread   
    They would like two flakes and a strawberry topping please.
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    This Time reacted to Chewing Grass in The List of 140 Santander Closures, and 71 Patisserie Valerie Closures   
    Good, we can start ripping down town centres and redeveloping the brownfield sites for housing.
    Large shops are now dead, town centres should be remodelled on Edwardian lines and focussed on small shops, restaurants and artisan living.
    Large chains do not add any value to town centres, they are designed to extract cash and remove it from the local area asap.
    If you want a big shopping experience go to an out of town mall.
    Everything else can be done by internet/home delivery or locally in a small shop.
    Councils propping up old-style town centres are wasting tax-payers money, bury it, get over it.
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    This Time reacted to TheNoSnowMan in Brexit Betrayal thread   
    Then there is going to be quite a few MP's dangling from lamp posts shortly. If they think they can just drop it without the angry working class noticing they are in for the shock of their lives...
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    This Time got a reaction from Bricks & Mortar in Brexit Betrayal thread   
    Oh it's definitely theatre. For what end I'm not sure.
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    This Time got a reaction from Bricks & Mortar in Brexit Betrayal thread   
    Oh it's definitely theatre. For what end I'm not sure.
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    This Time got a reaction from Van Lady in Carnivore diet   
    May as well give an update while I'm here.
    I went through meat aversion back in November. I lived on mozzarella and mascarpone for a few days which triggered a rash then duck eggs for a few days which caused horrible gas. I'm still off beef and lamb which is what I was exclusively eating at the time. 
    I've also tried reintroducing butter, ghee, peppermint tea and chamomile tea. They all seemed fine for anything up to three weeks before causing digestive problems.
    I've sussed out how to lose weight on this diet. I have 375g of pork belly for breakfast and dinner with a 200-300g chicken breast for lunch. If I have pork belly for lunch I don't lose weight and if I eat the rendered fat then I gain at an astonishing rate. I figured this out in mid November and have lost 6.7kg since then which puts me 5kg below my starting weight.
    Health wise I'd say I'm at least back to where I was before the relapse that brought on this change of diet. It's hard to judge though because I'm comparing summer, not hanging out with ill people and not taking public transport with winter, getting the tube and spending all day at the weekends with at least a couple of people who have a cold.
    Some aspects of my health are definitely better. My brain fog is much improved. Not only have I been studying and retaining knowledge fairly easily, I've been managing to do it in the evening. My husband thought I was always pissed when he got home from work because I'd be slurring and unable to form a coherent sentence. Even back in June I had big problems remembering words, particularly in the evening but now I can rattle off a load of Sanskrit and anatomical terms no problem.