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    Vaccines

    when my kids were in their very early teens there was an outbreak of hep b in the area so the entire family was vaccinated, which consisted of three injections each, over a period of 3 weeks. When my youngest son was in his early 20's he went to Africa and lived with the Masai for 3 months as a volunteer helping to establish a permaculture system relating to food production. To cut a long story short he had to have certain shots before he left yellow fever etc, his doctor gave him a blood test to check for antibodies in the blood, when the results came back he had zero antibodies to hep b , I didn't believe him, till he showed me the results so he had to cop them again . so I wonder what was in those shots 10 years previous as they were bloody expensive at the time and obviously good for nothing
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    Word association thread.

    increase
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    Vaccines

    two books you may find interesting 1 vaccination policy and the UK government, the untold truth 2 Plague ,by Judy Mikovits PHD ,this is about how the medical over lords control unfavorable research results
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    The 4 word game

    society can only moan
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    The 4 word game

    gods please come back
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    How many ... does it take? Jokes

    how many pollies dose it take to screw a light bulb 1, because as soon as the idiot gets his hands on it you can guarantee it will be fucked
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    How many ... does it take? Jokes

    how many government employees dose it take to screw a light bulb in 1000, 1to hold the light bulb and the other 999 to turn the building around, at a rather inflated cost I might add
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    Is This Website An Electronic Holding Pen And/Or A Honey Pot?

    I totally agree with that. The problem you have with protests as I see it , first you have the new extinction type where the people are too stupid to realize they are working for the system and the best they can come up with is pissing the general population off . Secondly you have the type that the government loves , the type that's going on in Hong Kong etc at the moment, these are favored by respective governments because they know how to deal with them in the form of police and military. They infiltrate the protesters with agitators that destroy property etc that then gives them the excuse to use force and will only put up with the problem for as long as they see fit. The best way as I see it, is through education and the ballot box , generally people dislike pollies,so I don't get why they vote for them every election,it's beyond me
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    Is This Website An Electronic Holding Pen And/Or A Honey Pot?

    The answer to that is a resounding no! ,however that's a different situation than what I'm describing. You may not respect an individual for numerous reasons ,however you can always treat them with respect
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    Is This Website An Electronic Holding Pen And/Or A Honey Pot?

    As far as I can see ,its not about getting out there protesting about this or that or getting in touch with your local member both state and federal,although I have been known to get up them on more that one occasion, but as Grumpy said ,its a big waste of time . Its about treating everyone you interact with with the respect that you yourself would expect. If everyone did that, society would be a place for all to enjoy . As far as the other things he writes about ,they may frighten some and other's may be totally despondent and hang their respective heads. My own take on it is I'm neither afraid nor fret about it as personally as I can't change a thing, but it's certainly nice to know why things are the way they are, but if I keep treating people with respect ,hopefully that will rub off on to others, one interaction at a time. So you see I'm not actually doing nothing.
  11. and here's me thinking it was all about the nose
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    How many ... does it take? Jokes

    how many extinction rebellion members dose it take to change a light bulb. it cant happen they all suffer from chronic fatigue and just lay around on foot paths and roads
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    What Do You Most Admire About The World You Live In?

    Ha ha ,me as well ,my phone usually stays on top of the fridge, it gets checked at night ,when I go out I take it with me but when I get out of the car it stays in the glove box. This is the mentality of people today, I was in Sydney quite a few years back ,it was around lunch time and all the young office idiots were out and about, next an elderly couple drove up and stopped at the lights in and old Merc which just happened to be on fire at the back around the fuel tank. Most of the people were either filming with mobiles or pointing and laughing. I ran up to the driver and a fellow my age ran up to the passenger from the opposite direction,to get them out of the car, mean while all these young city idiots I will call them were still very close to the car laughing and carrying on, obviously with no concept of air fuel mixture ratios ,and given the right circumstances how big a bang a car fuel tank can make, I just shook my head and walked off
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    What Do You Most Admire About The World You Live In?

    absolutely not, the trick is to be able to see through the crap that goes hand in hand with modern society. and because of my age I think I have an advantage over the younger generation with that regard .I'm not saying that I'm smarter than any one else ,far from it as I left school a 15, and I'm certainly not saying that there was no crap (aka social conditioning etc) growing up as a teenager in the seventies,however there was definitely far less of it that you had to contend with. Due to this I can see how society has got much worse over time ,in my opinion with regards the attitudes ( I'm all right Jack ,stuff you) and moral behavior and all this bullshit about gender etc etc, and not to mention the addiction of mobile phones, how many people film someone in trouble to go on bloody U tube instead of helping the unfortunate person With regards to young people growing up ,this is all they have known ,so in my opinion they are at a disadvantage with regards to society as they have had nothing else to compare it with and with conditioning through technology a memory that doesn't last longer than a 5 second sound bite .
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    cashless society

    The cashless society its well on its way, I had to go and get a part for the car today and on the way back I was suggesting places to get a bite for lunch, to my wife, of course nothing was acceptable. She said there is a new place that has been open for about 12 to 15 months that I have heard is very good and as it was on the way home so I said OK. The place was absolutely full for a little town,with a line 20 deep just to order, service was good and the food was great . To cut a long story short ,when I went to pay for the meal and drinks, the girl said Oh ! your paying cash , to which I replied ,Don't be so surprised, she then said, well I am. It was then I realized it wont be long before they have us all by the balls under the guise of convenience
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