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  1. ITV News at 10 Lead Story. NHS workers angered at 1%. Tell that to the staffies at my place that got 0.6% as their payrise is set at Sept 2020 inflation figure and if they didn't do their job there wouldn't be an NHS for them to sit their fat arses to bitch in. Oh, and they forget the discount they get everywhere that normal hard working folk (and benefit scroungers) don't get. So not only do the staffies get a smaller payrise they have to pay 10% more for their groceries, chocolate & bozze than the ever so sacred NHS. Go figure...
  2. There is hope for Wales, Drakeford has gone and locked himself in a cupboard for 10 days. https://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/first-minister-mark-drakeford-self-19967066
  3. Excellent piece on pesticides and bees and how science yet again has made devastating assumptions through academic laziness as to what is safe. Incredibly, almost all scientific understanding of how pesticides affect bees has came from testing domesticated honeybees, and, more recently, bumblebees. That’s largely because these species tend to be easier to work with in lab conditions. How non-social bees cope with these chemicals is largely understudied, despite them making up the vast majority of bee species worldwide. Basicly all their research was done on hive bees rather than wild
  4. A very expensive way to conduct business, but refinery shutdowns are lucrative/costly depending on your perspective.
  5. The bloke is a public embarrassment, a disgrace to the position and the USA.
  6. Owned by a cunting bunch of Yanks, VF Corporation, based in Denver, Colorado, undertook a review of the setup and decided the workwear arm’s business model was out of line with its financial expectations. https://www.fwi.co.uk/machinery/farm-maintenance/clothing/dickies-workwear-gets-winding-up-order-from-parent-company
  7. Got his head screwed on. "Of course you can't do any irony on Twitter, you can't do irony in the United States anymore because the United States is such an uptight, stressed-out place and such an unpleasant place right now," he said.
  8. Its the one thing Gary gets right, and he is on telly, a lot.
  9. I find the Leaf interesting because if you compare it to a regular car from the same manufacturer and sold for a short time it doesn't compare well. Sometimes up to 10% are on a SORN which is a high number when compared to ICE cars which are usually about 2% and rarely over 2.5%. I expect a lot of the early leafs will not see 12 years of age, whereas the cheap as chips PIXO, now 10-12 years old still has 90% on the road.
  10. Think about it, its almost like social credit, somewhere along the line it will involve contraception (I use that term rather than sterilisation) and good social credit (political, social & economic) will be required for access to 'contraception reversal' in order to ensure that children are satisfactorily raised rather than the scum being allowed to breed on benefits. In other words the State/WHO/WEF/Gates will dictate who can breed, never mind travel.
  11. Fill your boots, they already do one. https://mokeinternational.com/ Edit:- electric version is here https://electrek.co/2018/10/09/electric-mini-moke-75-mph/
  12. I'd have the electric version of one of these, they exist but are stupidly expensive. https://www.fwi.co.uk/machinery/atvs/john-deere-launches-its-most-comfortable-gator-ever
  13. They won't exist for much longer, the traditional middle class (in significant numbers) is on the road to extinction.
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