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The Blue Pill.
Does it ever make you falter in your everyday chores when you realise the world that is presented to you by the legacy
media is so-far away from the reality you know, that you ponder why they do it?

That's the flavour of the Blue Pill, a taste that just seems a little different from what your mind is telling you.
Fortifying your level-headedness, the information gleaned from the fear-porn-dripping pages of the mainstream
media rattles the bars of your self-created perception of normality and it feels like you're uncertain of which way to go.

But you want a good life, you want to believe that the hope that ex-US President Obama promised his people, is still
alive and well. Reality swims out there in the harsh waters beyond your imagination and the media constantly tell you
that they are the only lifebelt.
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In the little coastal village of Carbis Bay in Cornwall England, seven leaders from around the world have met to solve the
alleged oncoming dilemmas of climate change. We're told that the planet's supposed superior species are under attack
from a virus with the symptoms similar to flu, millions of humans are scrambling to get into wealthier countries than their
original lands and Law Enforcement around the world are systematically killing people who have dark skin.

But in the hamlet by the sea, these seven politicians chat about all these problems over a wood-burning barbecue, stand
politely behind the Queen of England and none the media ask how they all got there. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson
even took time out to take a dip in the cold waters of the Atlantic Sea and his footprints in the sand is the irony of the
carbon footprints that all of these people have made to arrive -and leave, this world-saving conference.

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It's all fun and games when you're saving the planet.

The only problem is that the biggest global polluter isn't enjoying smoke-grilled four course beach feast and will miss the
entertaining admonishment from David Attenborough, a BBC-contracted Naturalist.

With Al Gore's warning that by 2014 the ice-caps would be gone, some autistic girl from Sweden hissing 'How Dare You'
and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez assured us -two years ago that Earth only had twelve years to exist, even the BBC cannot
save the lame meeting from being nothing more than a quaint photo-op.
Maybe it's time to bid for one of Bezo's space tickets?



Quote:G7 leaders face biggest climate change decisions in history - David Attenborough

'G7 leaders are facing the most important decisions in human history as they seek to tackle climate change,
Sir David Attenborough has said. The naturalist will address world leaders gathered in Cornwall on Sunday as
they set out plans to cut carbon emissions and restore biodiversity.

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Boris & Dave.

Ahead of the meeting, Sir David warned that humans could be "on the verge of destabilising the entire planet".
Climate change is one of the key themes at the three-day summit in Carbis Bay.

The group of seven - the UK, US, Canada, Japan, France, Germany and Italy - are expected to pledge to almost
halve their emissions by 2030, relative to 2010 levels. The UK has already surpassed that commitment, previously
promising to cut emissions by the equivalent of 58% on 2010 levels.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson will hold a press conference on Sunday afternoon, the final day of a summit where he
has clashed with EU leaders over the Brexit deal's requirements for checks on goods from Britain to Northern Ireland.
And after the summit, US President Joe Biden will be met by a Guard of Honour at Windsor Castle, where he will have
tea with the Queen.

'Plain to see'
The G7 countries are due to set how they hope to meet the emissions target.
This is expected to be through phasing out petrol and diesel cars, stopping almost all direct government support for the
fossil fuel sector overseas, and ending all unabated coal use as soon as possible - meaning any remaining coal plants
will need to have invested in technologies such as carbon capture and storage.

BBC environment analyst Roger Harrabin said there had been "a crucial lack of detail on two questions so far:
the proposed green masterplan to help developing countries get clean technology and the amount of cash richer [countries]
will hand to the poorer to tackle the climate crisis."

In advance of the session, Sir David said: "The natural world today is greatly diminished. That is undeniable.
"Our climate is warming fast. That is beyond doubt. Our societies and nations are unequal and that is sadly plain to see.
"But the question science forces us to address specifically in 2021 is whether as a result of these intertwined facts we are
on the verge of destabilising the entire planet.

"If that is so, then the decisions we make this decade - in particular the decisions made by the most economically advanced
nations - are the most important in human history." China, which according to one report was responsible for 27% of the world's
greenhouse gases in 2019 - the most of any country - is not part of the G7...'
Archived BBC Source::

See...? The media tells you the sky is falling in, but the reality is far different. Alas, the tang of the Blue Pill still calls to you and
many know it's difficult to wash one's palate of its sweet flavour.
tinywondering

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Boris with Ursula von der Leyen -President of the European Commission, at the G7 Summit.
Someone nobody voted for.
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As the sun shines in through the BBC newsroom window and a Journalist wonders what upper-middle-class
he can manifest from a social-media trend, he realises that by writing about 'climate-change' will tick several
of the boxes that BBC demands of its Leftist-Borgs.

Fear-porn and blame, the ingredients that the failing corporation believes will bring in more customers.
Good luck with that shite!


Quote:UK warned it is unprepared for climate chaos

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Dramatic optics always helps one's cause.

'The UK is woefully unprepared to deal with changes occurring to the climate, government advisers say.
A report by the independent Climate Change Committee predicts warming will hit the UK harder than first thought.
It warns of more severe heatwaves, especially in big cities, and more intense rainfall, with an increased flood risk
across most of the UK....'

To the ignorant folk like this 'independent Climate Change Committee', terrain control is the main factor when discussing
-what we on the mainland call seasonal weather. Building houses changes land, it changes water-courses and it alters
the natural seepage when floods occur. So what would be the suggestion from a committee that deals with the worries
of rain damaging Journalists second-homes in rural areas of the UK...?
Don't build 'em.


Quote:'...It says homes, infrastructure and services must be made resilient to floods, heat and humid nights.
The authors of the report on adaptation, or "climate-proofing", warn that global warming can cause damage running
into tens of billions of pounds over short periods - and they say they're frustrated at the lack of government action.

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Some thought-provoking graphics.

The committee, also known as the CCC, says the UK is even worse prepared than it was five years ago, at the time
of its last report on the risks of climate change. The CCC is an independent group of experts set up to provide the
government with advice on the climate crisis...'

Crisis... The actual webpage is here and nowhere in the text is the word 'crisis'. One wonders if the author of this article
is promoting a fear that isn't there?!! By the way, an explanation that needs to emphasise that an advisory committee that
looks into weather-effects are actually experts, tends to give away the notion that someone has an agenda to write about.


Quote:'...The chairwoman of the CCC's sub-committee on adaptation, Baroness Brown, said ministers appeared to be deterred
from taking action by the upfront costs of protecting infrastructure. This is because the benefits sometimes are not seen
for several years.

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An article isn't an article unless you have the virus in it. Er, and in 2019, a lightning strike effected a rail system.
(Note: Trains are not homes.)

"They think they can put adaptation off until tomorrow," she said. "But now's the time for urgent action."
Responding to the report's findings, a government spokesman said many of the issues raised were being addressed in
policy...'

But the spokesman wouldn't go on the record by being identified. Okay BBC!


Quote:'Here's what the CCC says the government must do to better prepare for the impacts of climate change:

Buildings
There's a need to insulate buildings to save emissions, but overheating has emerged as a deadly risk
-especially in flats. The government must force landlords to improve cooling by, say, installing sunshades.
Ministers must ensure all new homes are built for a hotter climate.

Nature
The state of UK nature has been declining for some time, with habitat loss one of the factors driving the
loss of plant and animal species. Climate change will make the situation worse. Beech trees won't be
able to tolerate conditions in southern England by 2050.

Three-quarters of upland species are likely to struggle by the end of century, the report says.
Meanwhile, peat bogs currently help reduce the effects of climate change by absorbing carbon from the
atmosphere. But if the world continues to warm at the current rate, peatlands could dry out, and begin
releasing their stored carbon into the air.
The government must re-wet 100% of upland peat moors urgently, the report says.

Supply chains
Climate change will place pressure on our increasingly connected world and the effects can take us by surprise.
For example, around 10 years ago, flooding in Thailand caused a global shortage of computer hard drives.

Rising temperatures will put supply chains at risk for food, medicines, goods and services.
The report says businesses must be told to make information available to the public on threats to their supply
chains.

The electrical grid
As the UK makes the transition to a low-carbon economy, we'll need more electricity for heating, lighting, and
for our vehicles. So power cuts due to extreme weather will hurt the country more.
In one recent example, a lightning strike caused power cuts across England and stranded people on trains in
August 2019.

The committee says a heating climate will bring some opportunities for the UK - such as the ability to grow different crops,
a longer growing season that will benefit farmers and fewer winter deaths from cold - but it says these are massively
outweighed by the risks.

The committee's chief executive, Chris Stark, said CCC members were so frustrated with the lack of progress on climate
-proofing the UK that they deliberately made this report "spiky". He said: "It's really troubling how little attention the government
has paid to this." He told BBC News: "The extent of planning for many of the risks is really shocking.
We are not thinking clearly about what lies ahead."

While the world could warm by an average of 4C by 2100, the report say the UK government's plans are inadequate to cope
even with a 2C temperature rise. Ministers must factor climate change more into policy-making, the committee says.

The report notes that, over the last five years, more than 500,000 homes have been built to inadequate standards.
These will now need to be adapted at considerable expense to cope with more severe heatwaves.
The report foresees a potential "cascade" of problems from extreme weather, in which different risks combine.
These might include heatwaves and floods leading to IT failures and problems with sewage, water, power and transport...'
Archived BBC Article:

Back in the real world and as a fuel-loaded Easy-Jet aeroplane flies over me in again in it's eternal training program, a couple
of years ago, a nearby reservoir was almost emptied due to a shortage of water in the southern area of England. (Transported
to lower regions than northern areas). That stopped the next year and hasn't returned, but that's because it sufficiently rained
enough during the autumn and winter seasons.

So what could've happened...? I know most Journalists enjoy writing about imaginative possibilities, did the stab-loving capital
of England nab one of Al Gore's melting polar-caps?
tinysure


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Here's the thing about global warming: 
 currently we are entering a grand solar minimum, that means we are all going to be a good deal colder over the next few decades. If any of these so called scientists could be bothered to check in with the Danish research station up in Greenland once in a while, they'd know that the ice sheet up there is increasing, not melting.
 They have also conveniently, or should I say studiously, ignored the fact that hundreds of low temperature records have been broken worldwide over the last year or so. In fact, it's been so bloody cold here in sunny southern England that we only took the winter duvet off the bed a couple of weeks ago.

Since David Attenborough has been mentioned, do you remember Walking with dinosaurs? In one of those programmes he mentioned something that made me sit up and take notice. I haven't watched it in years, so this is not verbatim, but what he said was, prior to the last set of ice ages there was no ice anywhere on the planet for three hundred million years.
 Imagine that!  No ice! Three hundred million years! Huge herds of flatulent herbivorous dinos rampaging across the planet! The horror! 
The world obviously didn't become uninhabitable either because we're still here.
 Yet were supposed to be worried about a miniscule rise in the atmospheric percentage of a gas that is essentially plant food and cow farts?

Pollution should be the number one priority worldwide. Lets clean up the oceans, get poisons from industrial processes out of our rivers and soil and start farming responsibly and compassionately.
But no, we can't do that because big industries aren't to blame, it's us not sorting our recyclables and driving around in cars.
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I am WonderCow....hear me moo!
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Sorry I just could Help Myself,,,,, tinysurprised
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Once A Rogue, Always A Rogue!
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It's all there if you look for it!



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It's for certain now, the public have been systematically dumbed-down to the point that Governments can
be confident that anything they suggest to reassure the public won't be seen as sheer stupidity.

Take below as an example:
A Policeman in plain clothes stops a woman in the London area and tells her he is a Policeman and shows
his warrant card (official I.D). Then after explaining that the woman has broken fake Covid restrictions, he
handcuffs her, takes her away to a place of solitude and proceeds to rape and strangle her.

He is a cop and now is in prison for life for his crime. If the victim had contacted the Police, they'd have verified
that fact. But the outcome of knowing he was an Officer didn't change the outcome, the murderer still murdered.

Now we have this crap.



Quote:New verification checks for Scotland's police.

'A new verification check for lone police officers in Scotland has been introduced in the wake of the murder of
Sarah Everard. Police Scotland said it wanted to reassure the public after she was abducted and killed by
Metropolitan police officer Wayne Couzens.

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Sarah Everard & a piece of sh*t... who was a Police Officer.

Couzens, 48, used his warrant card to abduct Ms Everard from a south London street before raping and murdering
her. Members of the public in Scotland can now request a control room check.

Police Scotland said there was "understandable public concern" about the "horrendous murder of Sarah Everard".
The force said its officers normally worked in pairs, but in future on the rare occasions a lone officer approached a
member of the public they would "proactively" offer an identity check.

Under the new process, the officer's personal radio will be put on loudspeaker so that another officer or a member
of control room staff can confirm they are who they say they are, that they are on duty and the reason the officer is
speaking to them.

The control room will then create an incident number which can be displayed on the officer's mobile phone or radio
to confirm the broadcast message details. If a lone officer has become involved in an incident they will call 999 and
allow the member of the public to speak directly to control room staff.

Deputy Chief Constable Will Kerr said: "The appalling circumstances of Sarah Everard's murder have deeply affected
people and many are now understandably concerned about verifying an officer's identity.

"Police officers will, of course, continue to approach any member of the public who appears distressed or vulnerable,
to offer support and assistance. "However, although it is rare for a lone police officer to have to speak to a member
of the public in Scotland, we absolutely recognise our responsibility to introduce an additional means of verification
to provide further reassurance to anyone, in particular women who may feel vulnerable, and who might be concerned
if they find themselves in this situation.

"The onus is on us, as a police service, to proactively offer this additional verification process to any member of the
public who appears distressed, vulnerable or frightened." Couzens has been sentenced to a whole life sentence after
targeting Ms Everard, 33, on a street in south London in March.

He used his police warrant card to trick her into being handcuffed, then drove her to Kent where he raped and murdered
her. He later burnt her remains in what was a premeditated attack on a random victim.

The full details of his crimes only emerged during his sentencing last week, prompting national outrage and calls for more
action to tackle violence against women...'
Archived BBC Article:

Couzens lied -but only about the reason for handcuffing her, not because of the warrant card, but because of a make-believe
rule about a flu virus. If such a system was in place when P.C. Wayne Couzens had first challenged Sarah Everard, what do
you think the outcome would be...? -assuming she had a cell-phone, of course.

The 'control room'' would have told Ms Everard that Couzens was a Metropolitan police officer, but wouldn't have mentioned
that he was a murderer. They didn't know (as far as we know), Sarah Everard didn't know... only Couzens knew.


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(10-02-2021, 09:39 PM)BIAD Wrote: It's for certain now, the public have been systematically dumbed-down to the point that Governments can
be confident that anything they suggest to reassure the public won't be seen as sheer stupidity.

Take below as an example:
A Policeman in plain clothes stops a woman in the London area and tells her he is a Policeman and shows
his warrant card (official I.D). Then after explaining that the woman has broken fake Covid restrictions, he
handcuffs her, takes her away to a place of solitude and proceeds to rape and strangle her.

He is a cop and now is in prison for life for his crime. If the victim had contacted the Police, they'd have verified
that fact. But the outcome of knowing he was an Officer didn't change the outcome, the murderer still murdered.

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Archived BBC Article:

Couzens lied -but only about the reason for handcuffing her, not because of the warrant card, but because of a make-believe
rule about a flu virus. If such a system was in place when P.C. Wayne Couzens had first challenged Sarah Everard, what do
you think the outcome would be...? -assuming she had a cell-phone, of course.

The 'control room'' would have told Ms Everard that Couzens was a Metropolitan police officer, but wouldn't have mentioned
that he was a murderer. They didn't know (as far as we know), Sarah Everard didn't know... only Couzens knew.

We had similar, but as far as we know less drastic in that murders were not committed, events in North Carolina several years ago. Someone known as "The Blue light Bandit" was pulling over lone women by turning on a set of blue grill lights, and raping them usually in their own car, right at the side of the highway. Of course, this was 15 or 20 years ago, so we did not have the technological solutions possible then that we have now. The low-tech solution was simply for vulnerable persons to continue driving to a crowded spot like a convenience store or preferably an actual police station before pulling over for an officer. The officer understood this, and most departments created new rules to prevent "evasion of pursuit" charges under such circumstances.

The Bandit was never caught, but the incidents ceased.

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“The nature of psychological compulsion is such that those who act under constraint remain under the impression that they are acting on their own initiative. The victim of mind-manipulation does not know that he is a victim. To him the walls of his prison are invisible, and he believes himself to be free. That he is not free is apparent only to other people.”

-Aldous Huxley

-- Got mask? Just sayin'...




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(10-02-2021, 10:47 PM)Ninurta Wrote: We had similar, but as far as we know less drastic in that murders were not committed, events in North Carolina several years ago.
Someone known as "The Blue light Bandit" was pulling over lone women by turning on a set of blue grill lights, and raping them
usually in their own car, right at the side of the highway...

It seems they caught that bugger too!

Published: Mar. 13, 2021.


Quote:‘Blue light bandit’ arrested for impersonating police officer in western N.C. county

'RUTHERFORD COUNTY, N.C. (WBTV) - A Charlotte man, who has been called the “blue light bandit,” was arrested
for impersonating a police officer after allegedly attempting to stop two motorists in a western N.C. county.
Deputies say the “blue light bandit” struck twice on US 74 in Rutherford County over the weekend of Feb. 27 and 28.

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James Douglas Miller.

Officers interviewed witnesses and gathered information to find the car used and the alleged suspect.
James Douglas Miller, 52, from Charlotte, was arrested on Thursday. He is charged with felony impersonation of a law
enforcement officer.

Miller is accused of turning on blue lights to stop drivers. He was taken to the Rutherford County Jail under a $25,000 bond.
“The North Carolina State Highway Patrol takes these cases very seriously,” the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office said in a
statement. “The dangerous and reckless acts of impersonation erode the trust and confidence the public must have in their
law enforcement officers for them to be able to provide the services needed.”

The Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement the “State Highway Patrol has a policy in place for all members
operating an unmarked patrol car that the member should sound their siren (along with the blue lights) to signal a citizen to
pull over.

Many times, the people that have illegally obtained a flashing blue light will not have their vehicle outfitted with the electronic
equipment necessary for a functioning siren.” The Sheriff’s Office warned the public of this activity.

“If you aren’t sure, wait until you hear the sound of the siren before pulling over.
If you still are uncomfortable pulling over, especially at night or on a deserted highway, activate your four-way flashers and
continue at a reduced speed until you reach a well-lit public area such as a convenience store or any open business.

Troopers understand this person is acknowledging their presence and request to pull over but are simply looking for a safe
place to stop.”...'
WBTV.com:

The last piece of advice is what is now being given by the UK Government and it shows the damage done to the trust of law
enforcement. In 'the Blue Light Bandit' situation, he was a man pretending to be a Police Officer, in the UK-Everard case the
perpetrator was a Police Officer.

The connections were the publically-accepted equipment of law enforcement agencies used in the everyday patrolling and now
-until a new outrage comes along to distract the masses, that established trust is damaged when these crimes occur.

Personally, I believe that a lot of these problems stem from the erosion of masculine maturity and the promotion of 'school-yard'
mentally-undeveloped opinions of what we see as 'strength' as some sort of trump card. Basic one-upmanship that we all grow
up with, not being sculpted as we mature into social individuals and being pushed into control areas where the effects led to
over-the-top reactions like the ones suggested above.

The dumbing-down has -so the media like to portray, the public living in a cartoon-world where a suspect upholds a decorum
that belongs in a TV episode that involves middle-class residents of a quaint village interacting with a genial local Constable!
Reality isn't like that.

Ignoring the fact that the Everard-Couzens case was in London and hence, no need for Journalists to run-up an expense sheet
for hotel accommodation elsewhere in the UK, a horrible act of public trust has been severely damaged and all the same media
and media-scared Governments can do is come-up with advice that corrodes the control dynamic between a Police Officer and
a suspected criminal or a Cop asking a person where Nesbitt Avenue is.
tinysure

Things have changed, it's no longer a case of 'they're not sending their best'... it's now situation where 'our best are not what
we believed they were.'
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There used to be a certain-timed turnaround for 'news' items that traditionally contradicted a previous position
of mental well-being, physical health and particular commodities that we take for granted.

For instance, red wine in moderation was good for the body, coffee had beneficial contributions to the nervous
system, adults shouldn't fuck kids, Doctors trust Marlboro, movie-stars give a shit about their audiences and of
course, vegetables and fruit are good for you. This led to older people regularly using the term: 'In My Day...'! 

Now with the dying mainstream media being a mere infotainment and gossip structure, the rotation of that type
of opposing lightweight 'common-sense' article has sped up.
tinywondering


Quote:Eating plenty of veg will NOT help ward off heart disease, researchers say

*Oxford researchers tracked 400,000 Britons for issues with their hearts 
*They did not find that eating vegetables reduced the risk of heart problems

'Eating lots of vegetables is often said to be the key to living a long and healthy life. However a major UK study has
claimed that this will not help to ward off heart disease. Researchers at Oxford University looked at data from 400,000
Britons, who were tracked for 12 years. During this period, 18,000 had major heart problems such as a heart attack
or stroke.

Participants were asked how many vegetables they ate each day and this was compared with rates of heart disease.
Overall the group who ate the most raw vegetables were 15 per cent less likely to suffer heart disease than those who
ate the least.

There was no difference for cooked vegetables. But the benefit of eating raw veg disappeared when other factors, such
as wealth and lifestyle, were taken into account. The study concluded that having lots of foods such as broccoli, carrots
and peas ‘does not have a protective effect on the occurrence of cardiovascular disease’.

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An image of politicians and a graph not connected in any way to improving a country's economy.

Any link between eating vegetables and heart health is because those who eat lots tend to be healthier in other aspects
of their life, suggests a report in the journal Frontiers of Nutrition. The research examined NHS data from 399,586 UK
adults with an average age of 56. The daily intake of total vegetables was five heaped tablespoons per person.

However co-author Dr Ben Lacey said: ‘Eating a balanced diet and maintaining a healthy weight remains an important
part of maintaining good health and reducing risk of major diseases, including some cancers.’
Other experts also stressed that Britons must not be put off eating vegetables.

• Eat at least 5 portions of a variety of fruit and vegetables every day. All fresh, frozen, dried and canned fruit
and vegetables count
• Base meals on potatoes, bread, rice, pasta or other starchy carbohydrates, ideally wholegrain
• 30 grams of fibre a day: This is the same as eating all of the following: 5 portions of fruit and vegetables,
2 whole-wheat cereal biscuits, 2 thick slices of wholemeal bread and large baked potato with the skin on
• Have some dairy or dairy alternatives (such as soya drinks) choosing lower fat and lower sugar options
• Eat some beans, pulses, fish, eggs, meat and other proteins (including 2 portions of fish every week,
one of which should be oily)
• Choose unsaturated oils and spreads and consuming in small amounts
• Drink 6-8 cups/glasses of water a day
• Adults should have less than 6g of salt and 20g of saturated fat for women or 30g for men a day
Daily Mail:

The science and civilised-man's diet in the past must've got it wrong or this survey is a load of shite.
Letters on a postcard to: We-Write-Anything-For-Ratings.
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The world today... next they'll be telling us that poor people don't usually drink Coffee Lattes and own horses.
tinyhuh


Quote:The Family Sex Show cancelled amid threats and abuse at staff

'A sex education theatre show aimed at children has been cancelled after the venue said it had received "unprecedented
threats and abuse". The Family Sex Show, featuring topics such as consent, pleasure and queerness, was due to be
performed at Bristol's Tobacco Factory in May.

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Thespians.

The creators of the show, who said they had also received threats, have now cancelled its whole tour.
More than 38,000 people signed a petition calling for it to be axed. The petition claimed the show was "profoundly
irresponsible" and "wholly inappropriate".

The show would have featured full-frontal nudity and those organising it would "present a severe safeguarding risk",
protesters added. In a statement, the Tobacco Factory said: "Performances of The Family Sex Show by ThisEgg at
Tobacco Factory Theatres have been cancelled. "This is due to the unprecedented threats and abuse directed at our
building and team."
It apologised to people who had booked tickets and said they would be offered refunds.

The show also explored topics such as non-sexual nudity and gender and was aimed at children as young as five.

It was due to be performed at The Egg theatre in Bath and at the Norfolk and Norwich Festival.
Its creators ThisEgg, who were advised by safeguarding and educational specialists, said they had received "violent and
illegal threats" from "a small group of people with extremist views"...'

You mean parents?!


Quote:In a Twitter statement, it said: "These public performances would have offered safe and positive learning to children, young
people and guardians about rights, bodies, sex and relationships".

They said audiences were given information about the content before booking "so they could make an informed decision" as
to whether to watch it. The opposition had "prevented families from opting to attend something that was transparent, consensual
and legal," ThisEgg added.

Critics on Twitter responded by saying the show was unsuitable for children.
"I can't believe anyone thought this show would be appropriate for children," said one.
Another said it was "utterly abhorrent" that the show's creators had intended to perform it for children.
"I was horrified. Thank goodness it's cancelled," they added.

They continued: "We believe that what has happened is reflective of structural and societal attitudes towards relationships and sex
education as well as art, culture and who is allowed to create and what we are allowed to engage with in the UK." "Removing work
that celebrates freedom of expression from stages cannot be the answer."
The company said there would be performances for an invited audience at The Egg in Bath...'
BBC:


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Checked out their website and its either a publicity stunt their pulling or they are insane 

If adults want to watch that fair enough, but it certainly isn’t suitable for children 

IMO its a publicity stunt, getting them plenty of free publicity for future bookings for their select audience
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(04-20-2022, 02:45 PM)NoAngels Wrote: Checked out their website and its either a publicity stunt their pulling or they are insane 

If adults want to watch that fair enough, but it certainly isn’t suitable for children 

IMO its a publicity stunt, getting them plenty of free publicity for future bookings for their select audience

Yeah, that's seems to be the trend these day.
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Maybe in the future, as I walk around my garden whistling, I'll think more about the tune I'm offering!

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в ближайшем будущем во всем мире  потребление сильно упадет (включая сокращение продуктов питания)  ... Кто будет возражать -  будуть  закрывать рот силой...  Причем аргументация будет -   экологической... Разумная земля (природа, ноосфера) - важнее человека...

28 07 19|14 = 68
01 09 19|39 = 68
24 02 20|22 = 68
I need to figure out what does 68 means
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I have too much fatigue to pour through 20 pages so, I'll add this one for that mouthy Brotherman... tinycool

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Excerpt from Herringbone Cloak-GI Dagger Marines of the OSS (PDF copy) Research Project by Major Robert E. Mattingly United States Marine Corps, 1989.

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