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  2. As much as I admire your enthusiasm...I don't think you are the right man for the job...Baldrick.
  3. Sorry that was Drat not me, something went wrong when I responded to him. Now you're here though its worth repeating to you I guess lol: I wondered about the great lengths people are going to disinform, so I recently tried googling it and the first surprising thing I found was that 65% of the bullsh1t is generated by just 12 people: https://252f2edd-1c8b-49f5-9bb2-cb57bb47e4ba.filesusr.com/ugd/f4d9b9_b7cedc0553604720b7137f8663366ee5.pdf As for the money side of it it turns out that the alleged most influential spreader of Covid-19 misinformation online is probably not best described simply a 'naughty boy' but actually 'big business' as he claimed https://www.irishtimes.com/culture/tv-radio-web/is-this-doctor-the-most-influential-spreader-of-covid-19-misinformation-online-1.4634779 Which would go some way to explain the large amount of superficially convincing rubbish - previously I was somewhat bewildered as to why all the time and effort on this crap. Just to give you a flavour, from the 'disinformation dozen': https://252f2edd-1c8b-49f5-9bb2-cb57bb47e4ba.filesusr.com/ugd/f4d9b9_b7cedc0553604720b7137f8663366ee5.pdf
  4. Turning off the tap of cheap labour doesn't seem like a crazy place to start.
  5. Derrr....another clown. Well yeer! That it the big fckn question. What's the fckn answer is what we all want to know. There is no answer because it's just not possible. Prove me wrong.
  6. Again this was spelled out clearly in the pre vaccine days when the historical drawbacks of why past coronavirus vaccines never materialised after years of trying. These drawbacks weren't circumvented suddenly with COVID....... hence why the drug companies required the binding contracts they did. You cannot keep ahead of the variants fast enough in regards to coronaviruses. It's also safe to say the benefits of the vaccines have been overstated since the the vast bulk of COVID deaths (most vulnerable) were taken long before any vaccine hit the market. As far as the west is concerned it's looking for red herring alternatives as opposed to facing up the predominant problem, it's over weight demographics.
  7. Food for thought... https://www.independent.ie/news/cars-funerals-and-home-improvements-eu-to-crack-down-on-large-cash-payments-40713482.html How is it going to be policed? The 10,000 limit will just be the start...
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  9. You're thinking in the wrong terms. The challenge isn't the level of trade with Europe, but how to increase high-value economic activity and productivity in the UK.
  10. When were gilts last backed by shiny stuff? Probably when the US was still a colony...
  11. Agree completely. So many assumptions about when mortgage rates rise and when prices fall by @Flat Bear You are also going to be paying how many thousands of pounds in extra interest over a 2 - 5 year term based on 90% LTV versus 60% or better. And you’re going to take this gamble because prices are 100% falling next year and mortgage rates are 100% going up? What really is going to happen if prices nudge down 30% or so over the next few years? If you have a lot of equity you are just going to stay put. If you have little equity you’re just going to stay put. The price of your home is only ever a consideration if you have to sell. There will always be people who have to sell whether the market is booming or going bust, but as per above, trying to time the market is a futile exercise, and god knows this site bears testament to that.
  12. So now we are 'free' of the EU, how you guys going to make up for the loss of trade? What the plan to capitalise on the opportunities? I do hope that the Oz deal is not a template for that. Simple maths tells you that you need 10 USA deal [if they ever materialise] just to get even. And I hate to break it to you, but there ain't 10 USA sized economies on planet earth. Do you live on planet Earh? What you going to do....get in bed with China?
  13. Rather weird, but this guy doesn't seem to exist. All I could find was this scrape your profile page asking for solicitor reviews https://www.reviewsolicitors.co.uk/26810155/leslie-andrew-lawrenson He isn't on social media. BTW from the photo, check the teeth, looks like few Rothman's may have gone his way. He is older than me but we are both alumni, though he looks like one of those smokey bar lawyer types (quite common often wore tweed) rather than a oarsman or rugger type.
  14. Don't let it get you and risk ending up eventually losing your biometric ID privileges. Keep slapping those shots in so you can whack on some Beans and toast you bought with your UBI. ants don't use fax machines, never did.
  15. Strangely enough, it's a question that no Brexiteer wants to answer. Hint: because there is no logical answer.
  16. I'm merely highlighting what was promised and never materialised. The EU was supposed to bring a roaring Europe across the board, it simply hasn't delivered. Two of the biggest reasons Europe actually saw decent growth decades ago was 1) largely thanks to the Marshall plan and 2) higher tariffs in the ROW. As the ROW lowered tariffs the EU has simply been shown up to be incapable of competing and now seems to survive on a diet of past glory thanks in no small part to American money and a WW2 hangover. The future trade to the EU was simply growing anaemically which in no way justifies the exuberant cost and requirements it asked to remain within it. You're putting too much reliance on the power of developing nations as opposed to an old Europe that sits on anaemic growth sitting on past glory.
  17. Jesus wept, what a relentless torrent of shite, clot shot ant fax nonsense
  18. https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/aug/05/climate-crisis-scientists-spot-warning-signs-of-gulf-stream-collapse?
  19. From your own link, Table 17 is of people who died with a with a positive PCR test going back to Dec 2020. The last page 50 says: "The number of reported acute hospitalisations does not take into account the reason for hospitalisation *, Therefore, people that were admitted for a non-COVID-19 related reason (and tested positive upon admission) may be included and result in an overestimation of COVID-19 related acute hospitalisations." Table 15, Total cases among unvaccinated 3rd July to 30th July = 27,455 Total cases among fully vaccinated 3rd July to 30th July = 13,686 Table 16, total hospitalizations among unvaccinated 3rd July to 30th July = 841 Total hospitalizations among fully vaccinated 3rd July to 30th July = 772 Therefore from the data on your link; 3.06% of unvaccinated cases ended up in hospital while 5.6% of fully vaccinated cases ended up in hospital. Information on PCR cycles is missing (which is an issue for positive vs negative, e.g. detecting "C19" in someone who comes into hospital on deaths door from traumatic injury, blood loss, stroke etc. * ). Data on how many vaccinated people are hospitalized or visit ER for any reason is also missing, as though vaccinated people can only be hospitalized by what they are vaccinated against, C19. More on PCR tests here, with links to official sources such as the FDA. If you want to pay attention to Zugzwang's waffling reply and single reference to the non-scientific Electronic Travel Authority for New Zealand, as though more authoritative than places like the FDA, I can go through that and the postulates issues again if they wish.
  20. How you going to take advantage of trade with the rest of the world buddy? Tell me how many Oz style deal we need to shore up the losses from Brexit? The answer is 2000....yes 2000. Go on then...over to you. You have 1 so far. The rest of the effort is going into replicating trade deals we already had with the rest of the world with the EU. Jeez.... it's hard not to come to the conclusion that you guys are thick or deluded and probably both.
  21. A Doomsday COVID Variant Worse Than Delta and Lambda May Be Coming, Scientists Say I wonder if they'll also class this as within 28 days of a positive PCR test? Perhaps not as much after Dec 2021, when the CDC ends its authorization. Maybe someone also got the patent for testing the Doomsday variant years before it happens too? https://pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/patent/US-2020279585-A1 Apparently "clot shot" was doing the circles. Gotta get through to the youths and minorities yeh, if you is a hustlin' an' a stereotypin', you just gotta do dis' nah sayin'. https://worldstarhiphop.com/videos/video-c.php?v=wshhTM0ab22mwMksd6QA# Check da comments ya'll.
  22. Oh for ****** sake, what a bunch of sad bastards this place has become, mix of anti Vaxers and bitter little men, my visits to check in for useful debate become increasingly rare. Get a life sad *******
  23. Yes I wondered about the great lengths people are going to disinform, so I recently tried googling it and the first surprising thing I found was that 65% of the bullsh1t is generated by just 12 people: https://252f2edd-1c8b-49f5-9bb2-cb57bb47e4ba.filesusr.com/ugd/f4d9b9_b7cedc0553604720b7137f8663366ee5.pdf As for the money side of it it turns out that the alleged most influential spreader of Covid-19 misinformation online is probably not best described simply a 'naughty boy' but actually 'big business' as he claimed https://www.irishtimes.com/culture/tv-radio-web/is-this-doctor-the-most-influential-spreader-of-covid-19-misinformation-online-1.4634779 Which would go some way to explain the large amount of superficially convincing rubbish - previously I was somewhat bewildered as to why all the time and effort on this crap. Just to give you a flavour, from the 'disinformation dozen': https://252f2edd-1c8b-49f5-9bb2-cb57bb47e4ba.filesusr.com/ugd/f4d9b9_b7cedc0553604720b7137f8663366ee5.pdf
  24. So you are some kind of prophet? Rubbish. The rest of the developing world contributes more because it's growing. The value of trade with the EU was still increasing. All we have done is purposefully reduced our trade with the EU...self harm is what it is. Again, total rubbish. You have to accept that developing countries will grow faster than developed countries. That does not mean tha developed countries are in terminal decline. It's just total rubbish.
  25. Okay let's be clear, Medicare is only available to the over 65s and disabled people. The main people who get Medicaid are children, it's extremely hard to get for most people. You have to be on a very low income and don't forget that Medicaid doesn't necessarily provide full coverage. So why does the US spend so much public money on healthcare? Surely part of this is due to the costs of private healthcare there which would be mirrored on programes like Medicaid/care. Like booking unnecessary tests to avoid getting sued, extremely expensive consultancy fees, overcharging for everything etc. Plus all the lobbying that's done by pharmaceutical companies to keep stuff like drug prices so high.
  26. Too much printy printy in the last few years ontop of too much printy printy in the last 30 years, 130k now is naughting at all, couple of years of this sh1t and we will be at 130k for a Renault Clio.
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