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Badhairday

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  1. I concur. I don't have crypto, but my stocks are pretty volatile and they smacked the stingy out of me.
  2. Free speech should be halted if it goes against the Govt policy as evidenced by the fact that a facebook support groupd with 120,000 members - for people with adverse reactions to the vaccines has been taken down. Vaccine manufacturers are paragons of truth, despite the fact that they have repeatedly been fined for false claims and putting money over lives. Astra Zeneca has paid on £875 million, Glaxo £753 million, Pfizer £432 million: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_largest_pharmaceutical_settlements
  3. These things scare me: 1) There was a time when people fought wars and gave of their lives freely. Now a 0.05% chance is not worth taking to protect personal freedoms. 2) Vaccine passports and the complete trust of this type of tech, despite it is being peddled by those shown to place profits over health: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_largest_pharmaceutical_settlements 3) Britcoin type Govt currencies. 4) The shutting down of the facebook group for victims of the vaccines, and how other social media also treats anti vaccine posts. Freedom of speech is but a distant
  4. I live in Germany and the German Govt has decided that People aged under 60 who have been given a first dose of the Oxford-AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine in Germany will receive a different jab for their second dose. This is concerning, especially since The World Health Organization has said it cannot recommend switching vaccine between two doses due to insufficient data showing the effects. Hard to know who to trust.
  5. AZK records yellow card complainant from 153,098 people, and 685 iffy deaths. Here is the breakdown : https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/982453/COVID-19_AstraZenenca_Vaccine_Analysis_Print.pdf I'm genuinely curious. How does the yellow card system work? If I go home and feel a headache, can I phone in a yellow card complaint or is it reserved for people who feel ill enough to go back to their care provider for help?
  6. The vaccine does not stop you getting covid or transmitting it. It just makes it easier for you to fight the virus.....
  7. I do not support the lockdowns at all. With the HUGE amounts of money being thrown around it maybe have worked better if the support and financial assistance was targeted to at-risk groups, so that they could self-isolate to the extent of their choosing. In the meantime, the rest of society builds up herd immunity the way nature intended. More people are dying because of state-imposed Corona-measures than are being killed by the actual virus –according to the British Medical Journal: of 30,000 excess deaths, only 10,000 have had COVID-19 specified on the death certificate. (https://www.bm
  8. 1. Covid: Australian citizens could face jail or fines if they return from India: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-56953052
  9. What next? Your car failed? well, it's your job for getting in the car, nothing to do with the manufacturers.
  10. Yeah. Wrong decision. he building was signed off as habitable based on building regulations of the time. The building regs were in the wrong and the relevant Govt body needs to be held accountable. It's shocking that they refuse to be held accountable for messing up their job, that they are paid to do.
  11. The Govt were not so fast and easy with the printing presses in them days.
  12. I think there is going to be a huge variation between regions eg London down 5% or so, and rest of the UK up. And even between those regions some will do better than others. On the whole, I vote it will balance out at 0%.
  13. I wasn't referring to myself. I just meant general depression levels in society as a whole will be affected. I'm not sure you will be able to pick and choose your job environment - with a recession on the cards, I doubt jobs will be so plentiful.
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