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jaseywasey

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  1. Genuine question - why does it have three garages, but in the advert it states "Single Garage & Parking" - what is behind the other two doors? I presume other garages, so who do they belong to?
  2. UFOs observed flying over the moon's surface: (That crater they flew over is 125km wide, those ships would be at least 10km long and over a km wide...)
  3. I imagine if this goes on much longer, companies, will be seizing on this point in order to reduce salaries ("just look at how much you are saving every month - if you want this business to stay afloat, you need to take a 30% pay-cut") - exactly what has been proposed to the premiership footballers. I agree that QE/printing money is inflationary, but that has to weighed up against the trillions that have been lost elsewhere. And of course, the deflationary death spiral is self-fulfilling - why buy a house now, when it will be x% cheaper next month/year? However, I am sure we wi
  4. I agree, countless trillions destroyed on stock markets around the world. In the UK, the service economy cratered, possible record levels of unemployment, billions in property equity evaporated overnight, oil at multi-year lows, expected huge defaults on car leasing, zombie/vanity businesses bankrupted at a stroke, demand destruction everywhere. AirBnBs being switched to long-term rentals at much lower pricing = DEFLATION Glut of cars coming on to the second hand market = DEFLATION No one will be making discretionary purchases - any helicopter money will be hoarded = DEFLATION
  5. No, but still some very strange things going on...... UK airports are STILL operating 'like it's a normal day': Britons returning from coronavirus-hit countries say they breezed through security at Heathrow with no testing or quarantine advice Passengers arriving to London's Heathrow said there was lack of medical advice One passenger said that they were unsure if they needed to go into quarantine Another traveller said guidance needed to be provided about social distancing https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8181007/UK-airports-operating-like-normal-day.html
  6. https://www.nwemail.co.uk/news/18349515.7-pathetic-reasons-breaking-uk-lockdown-rules/ A DRIVER was fined after driving to the coast and heading out on his jet ski for an hour. The man was stopped by Dorset Police’s No Excuse team while his wife and children watched on from within the car at Poole Harbour. When directed to stop, the jet skier did but then reportedly wouldn’t listen to advice given. He was fined £60 which would be reduced to £30 if paid within 14 days. Dorset Police No Excuse said: “He wasn't thinking of the effect he would have if for example he crashe
  7. Could the reason for reduced travelling be "The Rapture" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rapture The rapture is an eschatological concept of certain Christians, particularly within branches of American evangelicalism, consisting of an end-time event when all Christian believers who are alive, along with resurrected believers, will rise "in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air."[1] Fewer people driving and flying planes, would cut down on the inevitable accidents if the drivers/pilots were suddenly taken up to heaven? However, I doubt the Christian God would give advance no
  8. Agreed. What is the difference in walking around the deserted streets near your house, or driving to a deserted location and going for a walk? In fact, as you said, if you just went for a drive (and didn't get out of the car), it would be less risky than going for a walk near your home. No one in authority will give an explanation about this at all. (The only possible reason is to reduce RTCs, avoiding unnecessary pressure on the hospitals, but I have yet to hear anyone mention this point) As I have said many times on this thread - something else is going on behind the
  9. Completely agree - Brexit will be a footnote in the history of the break-up of the EU
  10. Start of the civil disobedience..... Garden centre owner tears up council order and REFUSES to close his doors because nearby Aldi is allowed to stay open and sell 'identical' products Tony Joyner, who runs Plants Galore in Exeter, was told to close by the council But he has ripped up council order after saying some of his wares are essential Insists he will also continue selling plans because supermarkets are allowed to The owner of a Devon garden centre that was told to close its doors has opened today in defiance against an order he believes is 'completely unfai
  11. Why do you think the real number is 10 times higher - genuinely interested as I have not seen that speculated anywhere else? Please find below the the last 5 years figures for influenza deaths in England: https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/839350/Surveillance_of_influenza_and_other_respiratory_viruses_in_the_UK_2018_to_2019-FINAL.pdf
  12. No one is joking - I just posted a picture that shows the disgusting mainstream media scaremongering a naive public
  13. Completely agree, I've been saying this for weeks - we are either not being told the whole story about the virus OR something even more dramatic is going on behind the scenes. Lots of intelligent people beginning to ask questions e.g. the German doctor. No doubt they will carry on with the story as long as they can get away with it, especially whilst the masses continue to gulp down the propaganda Kool-Aid
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