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As President Emmanuel Macron tells his nation the current lockdown will continue until 11 May, the media have grown
bored with the Covid-flu project and decided to publish articles from a year ago. The trick is to only let the reader know
when they've reached the bottom of the piece.
tinysure


Quote:Pensioner thrown from fighter jet after accidentally pulling ejector lever mid-flight.

'As far as retirement gifts go, a ride in a £70 million fighter jet is up there as one of the most memorable.
Especially if you pull the ejector seat part-way through the flight. That is exactly what happened to a 64-year-old Frenchman
who was sent up in a Rafale-B at an airbase in Saint-Dizier, north western France, despite the fact he had ‘never expressed
a desire to take part in a flight like this’, according to an incident report.

As the plane started a sudden and rapid ascent, he gripped on for dear life… to the ejector seat lever.
At 2,500ft, he shot out of the top of the plane at high speed, losing his helmet in the process, before landing with minor injuries
in a field near the German border.

A report by the Bureau of Enquiry and Analysis, in Paris, also found that it was only by good fortune that the pilot had not also
been ejected as a result. Investigators found that the need to keep the flight, which was given the green light by the Defence
Ministry, a surprise was risky, particularly with regard to the preparation for the trip.

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He gripped on for dear life, but didn’t realise he was holding the ejector seat lever until it was too late.
The pilot should have been ejected from the plane as well but good fortune meant he could land the plane.

The report said: ‘This situation generated a feeling of stress for the passenger, and this was particularly felt during the ejection
seat briefing where he had to assimilate a large amount of information in a very short time. ‘In addition, the stress of surprise
has been magnified by the complete lack of military aviation experience.

‘The passenger said he had a complete lack of knowledge of the aeronautical environment and its constraints, having never flown
on a military aircraft.’ It was also found there was pressure to complete the flight, despite his fears, because four of his colleagues
had turned up with a professional photographer and put a Go-Pro on his helmet.

The report continued: ‘Faced with a fait accompli on the day of the flight, it was very difficult for him to refuse to participate in the flight.
‘Analysis of radio recordings show that the pilot was in control of the situation. Once informed that his passenger had ejected, the pilot
realises that he should have been ejected too.

‘He then demonstrated a certain calm to pilot following the loss of the rear seat and the canopy.’ The incident happened on March 20
last year when the plane climbed at 47 degrees
– standard passenger planes climb at 10 to 15 degrees.
The French Air Force and Defence Ministry are reviewing their procedures.
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#62
With the Bat-Flu effecting global employment, one woman isn't taking it lying down and is pushing back
to make ends meet.
tinyhuh 


Quote:Escort seeing 7 men an hour in camper van - insisting it's an 'essential service'

'An escort girl outrageously claimed she is as important as doctors and nurses after inviting customers
into the back of her camper van. Kirie Redfield broke coronavirus lockdown laws by seeing seven men
in less than an hour on a business park near a football stadium.

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Kirie Redfield, taking the hard times on the chin.

The brunette, who advertises unprotected sex at £30 for 15 minutes on an adult website, then met another
­client at a nearby supermarket car park. When challenged about her behaviour by the Sunday People, Kirie
claimed she was an essential worker, saying: “Men need their thing, you know.”

Pushed on whether she was worried about breaking the social distancing rules she added: “No, because I’m
in a job I need to do, like doctors or nurses.”

On the website Kirie, in her 30s, advertised she was doing a tour of several Yorkshire towns this week, including
Barnsley, Doncaster, Rotherham and Wakefield. On Thursday the Sunday People saw Kirie arrive in a Citroën
Relay van near Barnsley FC’s stadium where a number of men were waiting.

They circled the area in their cars waiting for her to become free so they could take their turn in the back.
When the queue died down Kirie sat in the front of the van alongside her driver munching a pack of cheese and
onion crisps.

On her website Kirie states she has appeared in seven extreme German movies.
When approached she said: “It’s all safe, don’t worry,” adding: “People want to meet me, you don’t get to meet a
­proper porn star every day.”

Asked whether she would be continuing her travels she said: “I might do, it depends if I can be bothered when I wake
up.” She then pleaded: “Please in your paper don’t put ‘prostitute’, I’m an escort and porn star.”

When asked how many ­clients she had seen that day she said: “I always say never enough. Even if I have 40 it’s not
enough.” She was then driven the short distance to the supermarket, where she jumped into the back of the van with
a taxi driver.
The adult website Kirie uses to advertise her services urges their users to obey the ­lockdown rules.

It states: “It is illegal to meet anyone with whom you do not share a household, so we have ­removed the facility to ­arrange
a meeting with any advertiser and would strongly encourage you to stay at home, where possible.”
But Kirie has added her ­mobile number to her listing so punters can get in touch.

On her profile she says she is 5ft 3in tall but has enhanced 34K boobs and “on a small frame they look and are huge”.
Married Kirie runs her own limited company and pays tax on what she earns – even ­sending her books to her accountant
to make sure it is correct. Her unconventional work first came to light in the Channel 4 series 24 Hours in Police Custody.

She was caught up in a blackmail scam which ended with a police officer being jailed for three years in 2017.
South Yorkshire Police said they had a form on their website for people to report anything outside the government rules
on ­coronavirus distancing.

Supt Paul McCurry said: “On the whole, we are seeing that the majority of communities in South Yorkshire are following the
new guidelines. “However, where people disregard the measures, there are new police powers ­available to us and our
officers will move to enforcing them.”...'
The Mirror:

"On the whole..." -Nice one, Superintendent!


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Seven men in one hour, so 60 divided by 7 is about 8.5 mins each. Take into account getting in and out of the van and other stuff thats about 5 mins for sex.  tinywhat
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(04-19-2020, 08:41 AM)Wallfire Wrote: Seven men in one hour, so 60 divided by 7 is about 8.5 mins each. Take into account getting in and out of the van and other stuff thats about 5 mins for sex.  tinywhat

I presume it's a money-saving exercise during these hard times! £30 for 15 minutes means the guys save ten quid if they hustle
and get their pants back on after five minutes!

Unless the actual 15 minutes-worth of 'Uh-Uh-er' is non-negotiable and as the next man climbs into the camper van, the previous
client sits for ten minutes and discusses -oh I don't know, gas-prices, make-up tips, hair colourant and her choice of tattoos with
Ms. Redfield.

Of course, this is just an assumption and based on an agreement with the second chap that the light-hearted discourse doesn't
put him off his stride. I've heard that chatting can be distracting during bouts of paid-for coitus -especially when it's another
person in the situation sitting nearby.

However, if the conversation is interesting enough that it piques the male that is currently going 'balls-deep', then who's to say
that the two men and Kirie couldn't take part in a three-way communion during the carnal embrace. With this current self-isolation
going on, many of us feel the need to talk and offer our concerns to others during this crisis.

Discovering other people's interests whilst 'blowing-one's-load' shows how we all can be efficient to oneself and benevolent to
others at the same time. And... as any frugal businessman or woman will tell you, time is money.
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(04-18-2020, 09:20 PM)BIAD Wrote:
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Kirie Redfield, taking the hard times on the chin.

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On her profile she says she is 5ft 3in tall but has enhanced 34K boobs and “on a small frame they look and are huge”.
Married Kirie runs her own limited company and pays tax on what she earns – even ­sending her books to her accountant
to make sure it is correct. Her unconventional work first came to light in the Channel 4 series 24 Hours in Police Custody.
The Mirror:

"On the whole..." -Nice one, Superintendent!

"Taking the hard times on the chin" was another good one!


I never heard of the girl, and so had to do a bit of internet research. After viewing pictures of the gal, I've come to the conclusion that she is full of shit, and there are no "truth in advertising" laws in the UK - at least none that are enforced. My third wife was a mere 5'2" tall, and was a 38 DD. From that experience. I can say with all confidence that this young lady does not even approach the advertised "34 K" bra size. Furthermore, and also from hard-fought experience, I can say with all confidence that them things ain't real - she probably had them installed to assist as flotation devices in a maritime emergency, and the doctors ripped her off if their claim was that they would make her a 34 K.

Still, it does show the British spirit in adversity. We inherited that in America, and added in entrepreneurialism to boot.

Witness:



“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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(04-19-2020, 12:03 PM)Ninurta Wrote: I never heard of the girl, and so had to do a bit of internet research.
After viewing pictures of the gal, I've come to the conclusion that she is full of shit...

My only other suggestion is that she could've been 'doubling-up' and multi-tasking to get the time-frame she stated
and like you, I have serious doubts that she carries herself in the way she describes.

An Accountant is expensive and for many ladies of the evening, such finance-control is taken care of by a 'guardian'
-of sorts, who promotes the women's trade and monitors for any injury to their employees.

It could well be that she is what she advised the news-outlet to project her as, a porn-star and escort.
However, she may have fell upon hard times and is using her 'brusque' features and talents to supplement her income in
the back of the camper-van.

Some would call her a temerarious entrepreneur and others might say she's full of shit and silicon.
(Mind you, it is in England, so those bulges may be nothing more than rolled-up rugby socks).

If someone said she worked for the same newspaper she was displayed in, it wouldn't surprise me either, but something
flattened that nose.
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(04-19-2020, 02:25 PM)BIAD Wrote: If someone said she worked for the same newspaper she was displayed in, it wouldn't surprise me either, but something
flattened that nose.
tinywhat

I'd guess the nose was flattened by a set of rock-hard washboard abs getting in the way of high-speed head-bobbing... which dovetrails well with her purported 7 unit per hour production rate.

Who says "it's all in the wrist"?


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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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Well, we've had this guy...

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...and now there's another character roaming the British countryside. When will the madness end?
tinyhuh



Quote:DOCTOR WHO? Police hunt prankster terrorising Norwich dressed as 17th century plague doctor
during coronavirus pandemic.

'A manhunt is underway for a prankster who is terrorising kids in Norfolk by dressing as a 17th-century plague doctor.
The strange man has been seen walking around the suburb of Hellesdon during the coronavirus lockdown dressed in
a black coat, hat and pointed beak-like mask.

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The man has been spotted walking around a neighbourhood in Norwich, his outfit matches that of a 17th century
plague doctor.

Residents say the person has been spotted every day for the last two weeks which is causing alarm and panic.
Plague doctors believed filling their masks with perfume and herbs protected them against the Black Death.
The masks also acted as a filter against the disease which killed hundreds of thousands of people across the world.

Danny Buck, a historian at the University of East Anglia, said: "The police believe local residents are finding it disturbing.
"If the person wearing the ‘Plague Dr’ costume is seen out and about in Hellesdon, please contact police at the time.
"A unit can then be dispatched and attempt to locate and identify this person."


Quote:17TH CENTURY PLAGUE MASK
In the 17th century, European plague doctors tended their patients while wearing a long black
cloak and a bird-like mask.The headpiece served as protection to the doctor from the foul odours
associated with the plague.The top of the beak was filled with substances which included lavender,
camphor or vinegar sponge, which was thought to ward off the disease.

Commenting online one local said: "Maybe it will make local residents realise the importance of staying home and
following self-isolation procedures. "The Plague Dr isn't doing anything wrong. And if the government rules aren't keeping
people inside, maybe instilling some fear will."

A second added: "Since when the costume is illegal?"
While a third questioned: "What's the difference in dressing up like this and dressing up in a Halloween costume?"

Police are now looking for the individual so they can provide some words of advice.
A Norfolk Police spokesman said: "Officers have been made aware of an individual who was seen walking around the
Hellesdon area wearing a plague outfit.

"Although no offences have been committed at this time, officers are keen to trace the individual in order to provide words
of advice about the implications of his actions on the local community.
"Should any further information come forward about any offences being committed, we will act accordingly."...'
The Sun:


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This never fails to fascinate me, even though the numbers say otherwise, the BBC can't leave the race-card in the pack.
I suppose the publicly-funded broadcaster's Diversity Department demands it!



Quote:Ethnic breakdown of London deaths revealed

'New NHS data has revealed ethnic breakdowns among the patients in London hospitals who have died with coronavirus.
Black people account for 13% of the city's population but 16% of deaths.
Epidemiologist Dr Shikta Das said there was a high rate of ethnic minority people among front line workers, who were
exposed to greater risk.

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The first image on the page and it's not Epidemiologist Dr Shikta Das. It's Samuel Akinsanya.

But Dr Das said it was difficult to draw conclusions as data needed to be more specific to areas of London.
London has seen nearly 5,000 deaths linked to the virus. Dr Das said she believed one factor was that ethnic minorities
were over-represented in many key worker industries and were at a greater risk of becoming infected.

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"Viral load is how much you are exposed to an infectious disease," she explained.
"Twenty per cent of all NHS workforce are from an ethnic minority background. The figure for doctors is 44%.
"In this situation the BAME group is a doctor, a nurse, a technician, bus drivers, shelf stackers, care workers - all these
groups of people are getting more exposed to Covid directly.

"Bus drivers were meeting people all of the time, doctors and nurses cannot care for a patient 2m away from them
"The more exposure you have the more lethal that dosage is. So it is no surprise that these people are dying"
Figures also showed that only 1.3% of London patients who died were under the age of 40, while 87% were aged at least
60 and just under half were 80 or older...'
BBC: (More bending the knee in the link.)


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I believe they are gravitating towards the racial angle because it's the low-hanging fruit, easiest for them to get to without having to do much work. They stop there, and ignore the real reasons, the deeper issues which cause the demographic rifts which they are shining the light on.

I'm not sure how it is in the UK, but in America urban communities are bieng hardest-hit, because humans-all-in-a-huddle transmit the virus among themselves exponentially more easily. It's basic physics - the farther you are from the source, the less likely you are to get splattered. Lower income folk with darker hides tend to congregate in certain urban areas here, living in much closer proximity to each other than other, less urbanized folks.

I believe it's not so much their skin-tones causing the infection rates as it is their proximity to each other. It's their congregations rather that are the main source, with the skin tones just being a side-effect to lead research astray.

Even here in my own county, where "social distancing" has always been a way of life rather than a pandemic imperative, we have I believe, at last count 15 or 16 cases, every single one of which, except one, are in one single highly compacted location, a boarding school heavily populated by outsiders.

SO - they seem to be concentrating on a diversion to me, and ignoring the real threat. Race ain't it.

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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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(05-01-2020, 01:08 AM)Ninurta Wrote: ...I believe it's not so much their skin-tones causing the infection rates as it is their proximity to each other.
It's their congregations rather that are the main source, with the skin tones just being a side-effect to lead research astray.

Even here in my own county, where "social distancing" has always been a way of life rather than a pandemic imperative,
we have I believe, at last count 15 or 16 cases, every single one of which, except one, are in one single highly compacted
location, a boarding school heavily populated by outsiders.

SO - they seem to be concentrating on a diversion to me, and ignoring the real threat. Race ain't it...

Yep, I agree and it's not so much as it's easier to say it's a race issue when there are issues that impact a point of view
that bothers me, it's the fact that a national and international news outlet broadcast this biased crap and there's no official
holding-to-account by ethical bodies like the Press Complaints Commission in the UK, the Fourth Estate's Journalism Code
of Practice and the Society of Professional Journalists Code of Ethics.

The Journalists are not being objective and apart from this being one of the main reasons for their dwindling trade suffering,
I would've thought 'not relating the whole truth' would be something the many supposedly-genuine controls that the Left
like to employ, would have demanded a halt to.

I understand about national security, etc issues and the media's responsibilities to take serious effects of their reporting
into account, even though many of their readers would possibly disagree, but outright activist one-sided bitching is dumb.

It's dumb because that -even though anyone under 40 years-old doesn't even purchase a newspaper and watch televised
news, the ones that do won't be around forever. Today's technology assures these younger generations are going to go
elsewhere and regardless of the lame-stream media's invasion of platforms like YouTube, they just won't watch it.

If asked why, I'm sure the answer will be the same as the old guy/gal who picks up their preferred newspaper everyday.
"I always buy this one"

It's suicide-by-stupidity!
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Well blow me, this flu problem is really getting into industries I'd never even contemplated. Prostitutes are suffering
beneath the lock-down instructions in the UK and now they're asking the Government for a hand-job-out.

'Sex work' is legal in Great Britain, but the function cannot involve soliciting in a public place, kerb crawling, owning
or managing a brothel, pimping and pandering. I was surprised to read that there is an 'English Collective of Prostitutes'
and that they even have a website, but I'm saddened to see it only uses the word 'English'.

It seems that even in the world of sex-for-money, segregation is alive and well. Peter Sutcliffe -The Yorkshire Ripper,
must be seething right now about the lack of inclusivity in today's society of 'fille de joie'.

But it's hard times in some places around the country and the clients aren't coming as they used to. Something needs
to be done. The article below suggests Government should take matters in-hand and bring some relief for the brave
women and guys who are on the front-line of the age-old trade.
Their backs are against the wall right now.


Quote:Coronavirus: Sex workers 'should have access to support fund'.

'Calls have been made for an emergency fund to support sex workers whose earnings have fallen during the
coronavirus crisis. A third of escorts have been continuing to offer face-to-face meetings, estimated one sex worker.

The English Collective of Prostitutes said there was precedent for a support fund and without one many had to
choose between earning and risking health. In response, the government said it had increased Universal
Credit payments.

'Offered more money'
Victoria - a Nottingham escort and adult film star - said her earnings had fallen from about £2,000 a week to £200 a
week, which she had earned through online work. "It has affected me, I'm getting by but it's just a fraction of what I'm
used to earning," said Victoria, who has four children.

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Mother-of-four Victoria said her earnings have gone from £2,000 to £200 a week.
Her husband must be livid.

She said some clients had put pressure on her to ignore the lockdown.
"I've had a lot of messages and been offered a lot more money than I'd normally charge," she said.
"One got shirty and offered me more money and I point blank refused.
"Escorts can charge a lot more now if they want to... if they have business sense I'm sure they would put up prices."

Charlotte Rose, also a sex worker from Nottingham, said many women would not get any help because social stigma
had put them off registering as a self-employed sex worker. She estimated a third of escorts were still offering face-to-face
services.

"Sex workers are predominantly single mothers and they still have to work, they still have to earn," she said.
"If they're not registered, they're not applicable for the government funding. "If they've got children, how are they supposed
to feed their families?"

The English Collective of Prostitutes said there was "no reason" why the UK could not follow countries such as Japan and
Thailand and provide emergency money. "Because sex work is criminalised, sex workers are being deprived of the support,
payments and protections available to others," said a spokeswoman.

"We are asking for emergency, easy-to-access cash payments to be given to sex workers in crisis.
"This has been done before. In Ipswich during a series of tragic murders in 2006, when the imperative was for women to be
able to get off the street, the government provided emergency payments."

The government said in a statement: "Universal Credit payments have been increased to help support people through these
unprecedented times."...'
BBC:

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Meanwhile, the Police were on the scent of a criminal.


Quote:Wanted man hiding from police in the woods gives away his location - by farting
'I heard him letting rip and followed the noises to a bush'

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'A wanted man on the run from police gave away his location in a woods after letting out a fart.
Officers were dispatched to a house in Brookside Walk in Harworth, near Doncaster, to carry out a warrant
on Thursday, May 7, according to Birmingham Live.

One man had already fled the property and officers gave chase with the man disappearing into a nearby woodland.
They lost him in the darkness with the pursuit happening at night but it was not long before they found him.
Officers searching the area were alerted to the sound of what was believed to be a person breaking wind near a bush.

The sound alerted them to his location and he was caught along with another man who was found hiding behind a fireplace
back at the house. One of the pursuing officers said: "I was almost out of wind running but luckily [the suspect] still had some.
"I heard him letting rip and followed the noises to a bush."

A 35-year-old man was arrested after failing to appear at court and a 30-year-old man was arrested in relation to other matters,
police said.
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I'd wager we on Rogue Nation can all recall the times when our mothers shoved our hand under the boiling running
water of the hot faucet or jammed our faces into a flickering fire in order to display how damaging such temperatures
can be. No...?

Then how did we learn that to risk harm to ourselves, steering clear of such injurious situations is a positive idea?
Oh yes, that's right... we read the signs and used that elusive acumen called 'common sense'.



Quote:Woman falls into hot spring at closed Yellowstone National Park while taking pictures.

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'A woman who sneaked into Yellowstone National Park fell into a hot spring while taking photos.
The woman reportedly entered the national park in the US, which is closed to the public due to the coronavirus pandemic.
It is understood she was backing up to take photos when she fell into a hot spring or hole where hot gases emerge near
the Old Faithful geyser.

According to IFLScience, she suffered burns from the fall, and then drove for 50 miles through the park, before being pulled
over by park rangers. She was then flown to hospital in an air ambulance. A spokesperson said: “Due to her injuries, she was
life-flighted to the Burn Center at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center.”

It is not uncommon for people to be injured, or worse, by falling into hot springs at the famous national park.
In 2016, a tourist boiled alive in a hot spring while testing the water temperature when he fell in.
Colin Nathaniel Scott had left the guided walkway with his sister when the horror accident occurred. He was attempting to test
the temperature of the water in a geyser when he slipped and fell in.
Search and rescue workers rushed to the scene but Colin had already died...'

I haven't access to a source, but I believe Mr Scott would agree that the boiling water spurting from these thermal vents are
commonly labelled as 'hot'.


Quote:'...They were unable to recover his body due a lightning storm and by the time they returned the next day there were no remains.
Officials say the 200-degree water was highly acidic. Deputy Chief Ranger Larant Veress said: "In a very short order, there was
a significant amount of dissolving."

There have been 22 known deaths related to thermal features in Yellowstone since 1890, officials said.
Authorities have reiterated their warning to walkers not to leave the trails in hydrothermal areas or approach wildlife.
Yellowstone National Park has been closed to visitors since March 24 due to Covid-19, but it is set to partially reopen next week
on a limited basis. “The park’s goal is to open safely and conservatively, to ensure we take the right actions to reduce risks to our
employees and visitors, and help local economies begin to recover,” Superintendent Cam Sholly said.
"Our goal is to get the remaining entrances open as quickly and safely as possible.”...'
The Mirror:

Let's hope the Rangers use bright-red paint on the 'Do Not Touch' signs.
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Thing is common sense does not have the IQ it use to have, but despite its lower IQ its become very common
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@BIAD  Let's hope the Rangers use bright-red paint on the 'Do Not Touch' signs.

I ask you My Friend, You really believe these Imbeciles can Read?????  tinybighuh
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(05-17-2020, 07:26 PM)guohua Wrote: @BIAD  Let's hope the Rangers use bright-red paint on the 'Do Not Touch' signs.

I ask you My Friend, You really believe these Imbeciles can Read?????  tinybighuh


Sadly, no. But it's how we thin the herd out and promote the better genes.

That's why I've always suggested universities and colleges should have field-trips to
Yellowstone.
Then we can make better headway!
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(05-17-2020, 07:33 PM)BIAD Wrote:
(05-17-2020, 07:26 PM)guohua Wrote: @BIAD  Let's hope the Rangers use bright-red paint on the 'Do Not Touch' signs.

I ask you My Friend, You really believe these Imbeciles can Read?????  tinybighuh


Sadly, no. But it's how we thin the herd out and promote the better genes.

That's why I've always suggested universities and colleges should have field-trips to
Yellowstone.
Then we can make better headway!
tinylaughing

Yes and during these field trip have the Park Rangers remove the Guard Rails and Signs  Smile

I bet we'll also Thin out some Professors as well  minusculegoodjob smallgreennumberone one or two less Socialist Anti America Teachers is not a Bad Thing,,,, Is It? tinywondering
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(05-17-2020, 07:38 PM)guohua Wrote: BIAD
Sadly, no. But it's how we thin the herd out and promote the better genes.

That's why I've always suggested universities and colleges should have field-trips to
Yellowstone.
Then we can make better headway!
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Quote:I bet we'll also Thin out some Professors as well  minusculegoodjob smallgreennumberone one or two less Socialist Anti America Teachers is not a Bad Thing,,,, Is It? tinywondering


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(05-17-2020, 04:23 PM)Wallfire Wrote: Thing is common sense does not have the IQ it use to have, but despite its lower IQ its become very common

I believe that not only has the IQ of common sense declined, but it has also been redefined in the interim to allow more people access to the NEW "common sense"...

The old common sense is still rare enough that it should be classified as a superpower.


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(05-17-2020, 07:26 PM)guohua Wrote: @BIAD  Let's hope the Rangers use bright-red paint on the 'Do Not Touch' signs.

I ask you My Friend, You really believe these Imbeciles can Read?????  tinybighuh

I think the sign is wrong, it should read

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