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  1. Agree
    Loki got a reaction from Gloommonger in Macron - how long before wheels fall off   
    Yeah imagine not wanting to take a completely new type of barely-tested vaccine that was rushed to production, for a disease which kills <1% of the population.
     
    Those knobheads. 
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    Loki reacted to Austin Allegro in COVID-1984: Compulsory Masks In Shops   
    You've got to remember that some people may only now just be starting to venture out after months inside after being subjected to 24 hour propaganda about how death is in the very air they breath. It's hardly surprising people are a bit jumpy. And these are the braver/more sensible ones - imagine what the ones who are still not going out are like mentally by now.
  3. Lol
    Loki reacted to Warlord Velmoth in No Phil?   
    BREAKING NEWS: Stuff is happening today. Experts have stated that it may well happen again in the future.
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    Loki reacted to Yadda yadda yadda in COVID-1984: Compulsory Masks In Shops   
    Sounds like an Attenborough documentary.
    Good on you though. Sometimes you have to stand your ground.
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    Loki reacted to twocents in Pandemic coming? - Coronavirus January 2021 onwards (Part 5)   
    It's blatantly evident from the press briefings and especially today's that millions of people are being used as guinea pigs for the experimental vaccines.  Just from the way that Hancock, Van Tamm and Hopkins spoke.  It was like look we've just discovered this and we've just discovered that and we've just discovered this that and the other.  All positives and no negatives of course.  As usual not a mention of any adverse reaction side effects discovered.
    When asked why some eu countries hadn't allowed AZ vaccinations above age 65 Van Tamm laboured to explain that some eu countries considered that there were insufficent numbers of elderly people in the AZ trials to show efficacy above age 65  - but the good news is that the UK had now discovered that after millions had been vaccinated (the guinea pigs) that the vaccinations are effective for that age group.  Again focusing on the efficacy and ignoring the safety concerns of eu nations.  Blimey the millions have only been vaccinated a few weeks. 
    It's shameful stuff, it's shameful misdirection.
  6. Lol
    Loki reacted to Funn3r in COVID-1984: Compulsory Masks In Shops   
    Supposedly true story which I heard from some local yoof, who are a lairy bunch at the best of times. 
    One of their mates was harassed by another customer for not wearing a mask. Replied in loud voice that he couldn't wear anything over his face because his dad used to put a bag over his head and rape him. Absolute stunned silence. 
  7. Agree
    Loki reacted to Democorruptcy in Tracking mRNA vaccines and autoimmune disease   
    There seems to be a ridiculous number of care homes that have only had a problem since they started vaccinations. They haven't got it from the vaccine.... but what if.... the vaccine temporarily lowers immunity before it builds it? Therefore for a few days after the jab, when they might think they are safer, people should actually do even less mixing and be more careful? It seems the only logical explanation to me.
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    Loki reacted to DocH in Tracking mRNA vaccines and autoimmune disease   
    The thing that struck me was the curiosity of the nurse and the lack of curiosity in the GP:
    The nurse was saying: "Funny thing - they had the jab and 10 days later dozens came down with covid, even though we've been barrier nursing and all that. Perhaps those events were related in some way. Made me wonder..."
    The GP was saying: "They obviously didn't get it form the vaccine, it obviously wasn't made worse by the vaccine, because we know that vaccines just don't do that, to the nurse was being irresponsible and conspiracy minded to even think it, stupid woman."
    I know who I'd rather have looking out for me.
  9. Agree
    Loki reacted to Chewing Grass in Tracking mRNA vaccines and autoimmune disease   
    Don't rate the bloke, wouldn't want him as my GP, doesn't seem to be able to critically think. Perhaps the vaccine itself temporarily challenges geriatric immune systems (these folk are at deaths door waiting for god) so much they become hyper sensitive to infection. i.e. whilst the vaccine is harassing what’s left of their immune system covid sneaks in the back-door because the vaccine only promotes a response to a small section of the viral protein spike.
    Even I can work out that shoving STP into a knackered engine isn't going to stop it throwing a rod.
  10. Informative
    Loki reacted to DocH in Tracking mRNA vaccines and autoimmune disease   
    Dialogue on "Any Answers" today, 20th Feb 2021.
    GP (caller): "... My mother was in a nursing home until she died from covid 19 a week ago today..."
    BBC: "Oh, I'm so sorry"
    GP: "Yeah. I know, it's truly awful. And thinking about it, where did she catch it from? It can't have been from any visitors because no visitors have been allowed since before Christmas. The only people allowed in and out of the care home are the care home staff. So it must have been one of the staff who unwittingly brought the virus into the care home and once it's there it spread like wildfire. The had 23 residents and 16 staff infected within a week and how was it spreading? All the residents were confined to their own rooms, barrier nursed, so it must have been the staff spreading it around unwittingly.
    BBC: "Can I ask you, and I'm deeply sorry for your loss and it being so recent, can I ask you this .I know you are a GP so you know your arguments and you're able to express them in a way that other medical professionals would respond to. Have you ever had the discussion with anybody senior at the care home and what was the response?"
    GP: "No I haven't discussed with the care home whether the vaccination was compulsory for them but I did, when I went to collect my mum's belongings, have a chat with one of the nurses, and the nurse said to me casually that she thought it might have been the vaccine that had caused the spread of the virus in the care home because the residents had had their vaccines about 10 days before which obviously hadn't been long enough for them to build up an immunity so I think some of the nurses and carers in care homes appear to believe in conspiracy theories that vaccines don't work or cause more harm than good so I wouldn't be surprised if quite a lot of the carers hadn't been vaccinated..."
     
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    Loki reacted to Reck B in Tracking mRNA vaccines and autoimmune disease   
    My nan (90) agreed to have the Pfizer jab a few weeks ago (and she has never had a vaccination and is shit scared of needles/operations/doctors in general) - she's been suffering badly with shingles since the jab.
     
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    Loki reacted to tlc in Tracking mRNA vaccines and autoimmune disease   
    BERLIN CARE HOME VACCINE DEATHS - WHISTLEBLOWER REPORT
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    Loki reacted to MrFancyPants in Over keen colleagues   
    Because most women are very emotionally driven and you can't rationalise arousal. 
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    Loki reacted to JoeDavola in Over keen colleagues   
    Hey, it's better than being bored or fucking a pansy right?
    The world is full of 'nasty' men with no shortage of women complaining to anyone that will listen, including often the kids they've chosen to have with said 'nasty' men, how horrible the bloke is.  The bloke they rejected other blokes to be with, and married, and then had kids with, and stayed with.
    I rarely see blokes with Dark Triad traits go short of women. I do however know several men who would never lay a finger on a woman, are approaching 'Ned Flanders' levels of nice (often because they grow up listening to the women in their life complain about how 'orrible men are), and haven't had any pussy since David Cameron was prime minister.
  16. Agree
    Loki reacted to Warlord Velmoth in Pret Panic: homeworking is here to stay   
    In my experience, any time spent inside a McDonald's, even before the pandemic, is likely to cause distress and potentially suicidal thoughts. Screaming children, depressed looking staff who all inevitably appear to have some sort of oozing skin condition, sticky tables and faux Japanese style wooden lattices all over the place for no fucking reason.
    And what's the reward for enduring all of this? A soggy burger with so much salt in it that it makes your lips tingle, a heavily diluted paper cup of pop that only gets weaker and flatter as the ice melts and a nagging feeling of shame that you didn't just microwave some soup instead of filling your arteries with shit.
    Milkshakes are nice, though...
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    Loki reacted to Funn3r in Pret Panic: homeworking is here to stay   
    Working in IT I made sure I got "broadband" at the earliest opportunity as dialup was fairly shit. I say broadband but it was only 64kbs, not a typo. Still far better than the speed and instability you got from a dialup at the time. 
    This would have been with NTLWorld in about 2002.
    Any kind of VPN or using it for business was specifically banned. That would put an end to WFH. 
  18. Lol
    Loki reacted to stokiescum in Pret Panic: homeworking is here to stay   
    Bookies at the end of the road has gone and the local brothels web sites vanished fuck
  19. Agree
    Loki reacted to Funn3r in Pret Panic: homeworking is here to stay   
    Not too long ago our lot were telling me "we'll never go back to the office; it's a fresh new paradigm."

    Now I'm getting told "phased cautious gradual return."
  20. Lol
    Loki reacted to stokiescum in Pret Panic: homeworking is here to stay   
    Indeed there have been hints like windfall taxes on those benefiting from
    lockdown he could call it the do your duty tax or maybe the your country needs you to buy a coffee on the way to work tax I feel my skills might be needed marketing this concept of patriotic duty

  21. Lol
    Loki reacted to Bornagain in Pret Panic: homeworking is here to stay   
    you know things are bad when it get to the stage that even Boris realises something...
  22. Lol
    Loki reacted to ILikeCake in Pret Panic: homeworking is here to stay   
    Greta will be pleased.
  23. Lol
    Loki reacted to Popuplights in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come (part 2)   
    Sounds like me!
  24. Cheers
    Loki reacted to Hancock in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come (part 2)   
    Exactly Mr DB, never really wanted a job in my entire life, as i contractor i've been threatened with the line of not being employed on the next job unless i dance to some bellends tune.
    Which is my cue for walking off the job and leaving them in the shit.
    However i am on a great number right now working for sound and intelligent people, so hopefully will keep in with them for the next decade until i retire from working the equivalent of less than of 1 day a week!
    Kind of empowering that they know you don't give a shit, well it would be if i gave a shit about being empowered.
     
  25. Agree
    Loki got a reaction from GBDamo in Macron - how long before wheels fall off   
    Yeah imagine not wanting to take a completely new type of barely-tested vaccine that was rushed to production, for a disease which kills <1% of the population.
     
    Those knobheads. 
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