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    It's important to be aware of repeating a...

    It's important to be aware of repeating a narrative when there's no evidence. As yet: there's no video of this and therefore no evidence.

    Also: anybody can create deepfake videos or photographs...
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    I do. Vodafone funded brexit as they weren't...

    I do. Vodafone funded brexit as they weren't happy with their current lenient tax evasion setup and the billions of global profit, instead preferring to try profiteer over the cultured ones who wish...
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    Untrue. The virus is so obviously airborne and...

    Untrue. The virus is so obviously airborne and capable of lingering around. An indoors venue with strangers, with or without aircon, is the perfect way to spread it around.

    The key here is that...
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    No, I don't subscribe to Occam's razor (not...

    No, I don't subscribe to Occam's razor (not prescribe).

    Everything can be put down to stupidity, lack of care and incompetence. In the real world there are many vested interests who focus on their...
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    Why? Would you consider trying new apple kit a...

    Why? Would you consider trying new apple kit a hobby of yours? Genuine question.

    I see little reason to rush to upgrade phones or tablets.

    In many areas I get better 3G throughput than 4G, due...
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    Is it possible that your son is mentally ill and...

    Is it possible that your son is mentally ill and also has AD(H)D? If he is aware that his behaviour is unacceptable but personally feels unable to cease or minimise it then he will inevitably be...
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    As someone who jets off to climb at high altitude...

    As someone who jets off to climb at high altitude I would be wary of such a cheap device. When I bought my pulse oximeter it was the brand the hospital doctors were using. It was £60 or so fifteen...
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    Why are people tolerating a rubbish banking...

    Why are people tolerating a rubbish banking portal and a phantom service, that is just a virtual presentation of a larger bank?

    If you're like GhostofTarbera and a bit daft, feel free to use Tide...
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    Why? It's completely laughable, untrue,...

    Why?

    It's completely laughable, untrue, conspiracy theory money-driven nonsense. David and co rely on such rubbish to further their own agenda of driving money to their website, to get numbnuts...
  10. The UK countries are still geographically part of...

    The UK countries are still geographically part of Europe, you utter moron. Russia is also part of Europe, due to its populace mostly residing in the European geographic boundary.

    Do you ever look...
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    You're off your head. I don't know how your...

    You're off your head. I don't know how your imaginary partner puts up with you talking tulip - or perhaps you reserve your conspiracy pish for here?

    Northern England are following the closure of...
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    Paper copy. I'm not medical but a friend who...

    Paper copy. I'm not medical but a friend who can't be bothered reading it gives it to me.

    I added a link to a BBC article that summarised a lot of the information also found in it, that also...
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    Read the current British Medical Journal. 80% of...

    Read the current British Medical Journal. 80% of people with symptoms (not hospitalised) have one or more symptoms months later. This isn't chronic fatigue, but fatigue is included as one of the...
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    Interestingly, we have a similar expectation of a...

    Interestingly, we have a similar expectation of a major FTSE and world market reset. We differ on our approaches to money.

    Being brought up in a poor household I respect money. If I'd made a...
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    DM? PM? Message? They all mean the same thing. ...

    DM? PM? Message? They all mean the same thing.

    Anyway, just post the facts openly here. There is no point in hiding the fact AccountsNet are on the road to ruin.
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    AccountsNet appear to be awful now. I moved...

    AccountsNet appear to be awful now. I moved months ago but a friend hasn't and has had several missed deadlines now, despite trying to prompt them to get things completed.

    Hardly surprising, given...
  17. It's mad to buy now, unless in an undervalued...

    It's mad to buy now, unless in an undervalued area.

    Wages have deflated, not inflated, for most professionals I know once inflation is accounted for. Given the forthcoming hardship that most...
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    GhostofTarbera seems to only post when on the...

    GhostofTarbera seems to only post when on the demon drink. If someone could buy the guy a small packet of mixed punctuation I think it would give us all an easier time comprehending the babble.
  19. I like how the word "may" has been removed from...

    I like how the word "may" has been removed from this thread and it's assumed this is an exact proposal.
  20. Fossil fuel companies have monetised anti-climate...

    Fossil fuel companies have monetised anti-climate change production to make profit, by efinition of their respective businesses.

    For decades they have also engaged tactics once used by tobacco...
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    The Scottish app is based on the German...

    The Scottish app is based on the German influenced Irish & co app. The IDs of other Scottish Covid App Identifiders (not Bluetooth MAc addresses, but randomised IDs that change every 15 minutes) are...
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    Microsoft provide a Linux Teams package, but it's...

    Microsoft provide a Linux Teams package, but it's bloatware and fit for the bin. One guy has made a web-browser package that installs as an app and only loads the modules necessary for the Teams...
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    You wouldn't know. If set up properly, your IT...

    You wouldn't know.

    If set up properly, your IT department will have no idea. Solution is this: You set up a VPN on your access point/router/whatever in Spain and it connects to your home broadband...
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    I agree with this. Some regular senior management...

    I agree with this. Some regular senior management travelers have been infected with the severe/original strain and a few have ended up in hospital. If I compare this to the local friends, most who...
  25. Still posting weird sexist pish on your blog? ...

    Still posting weird sexist pish on your blog?

    The "far right terrorism only exists because of left wing antagonists" was a particularly good read. Just kidding, it was mental.
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    You're picking and choosing what you like. ...

    You're picking and choosing what you like.

    People who were furloughed are indeed now back in workplaces. Those in well paid jobs, on the other hand, aren't. It's those that are most similar to the...
  27. ...and speaking of those off their tits at midday...

    ...and speaking of those off their tits at midday on red wine, with expected imaginings, welcome to the world of minestrone.
  28. Your last sentence ruined your post, although it...

    Your last sentence ruined your post, although it was on its way to ruin anyway.

    Do you understand that using statistical facts - not biased formation of stats - shows that those 18 to 30 have had...
  29. He's not the prick posting a vague suggestion of...

    He's not the prick posting a vague suggestion of illness and, therefore, mask avoidance, on a discussion regarding face coverings.

    Go visit a hospital - actually, don't, you could be asymptomatic...
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    North of what? UK? Scotland is doing fine. I...

    North of what? UK?

    Scotland is doing fine. I hope they impose border controls soon, as the coughing caravaners and motorcyclists coming up to stay over in hotels along the NC500 route are already...
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    If Spain was said to be safe to travel to and...

    If Spain was said to be safe to travel to and from by the UK Government, then it can hardly be a surprise that people then travelled there from the UK. No comment was made from the UK Government to...
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    Are you sure that limits viewing? A (good) agent...

    Are you sure that limits viewing? A (good) agent once mentioned to me that LinkedIn Gold Premium bypassed all those restrictions. It has perhaps changed again, hopefully for the better.
  33. As SueEllen wrote, this doesn't mention whether...

    As SueEllen wrote, this doesn't mention whether it's salaried GPs, locum, partners.

    Average is a terrible measurement, as the richest inflate the figure. The median is far better. Most GPs don't...
  34. I recently received a warning for using the word...

    I recently received a warning for using the word re-dotard minus some letters. I stick to dotard as it's similar enough for the intended use. I note that other people using this word haven't received...
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    The economic outlook in the major developed...

    The economic outlook in the major developed economics that matter are doing rather poorly, yet people think it will just keep heading upwards?

    Some of you should sign up to the Financial Times and...
  36. What does "better off" mean to you? To me it...

    What does "better off" mean to you?

    To me it doesn't simply and solely mean money. It means having control of all aspects of society that countries always have. Scotland has very few powers right...
  37. "Whether or not an independent Scotland would be...

    "Whether or not an independent Scotland would be a net contributor to the EU - and whether it would be able to remain a member in the first place - is a task for another day. Although it makes sense...
  38. Scootsy is correct. People up here often find it...

    Scootsy is correct. People up here often find it insulting that some people refer to the SNP or proponents of independence, regardless of politics, as some sort of communist state with "wee Nicola"...
  39. That's an idea from the 1920s. People like...

    That's an idea from the 1920s. People like different things. The studies I've mentioned are regularly updated and tested every few years. The parents push the children to play with particular toys...
  40. It's all about balance. Giving benefits to...

    It's all about balance. Giving benefits to business is a great idea, but not at the expense of other parts of society. The problem is that in the UK there are only two political parties who win an...
  41. I very much doubt that the parents are forcing...

    I very much doubt that the parents are forcing any issue. They've probably discussed it with friends and planned how they want to cater better for allowing that freedom to manifest. It seems your...
  42. It takes a LOT to be classed as unemployed now,...

    It takes a LOT to be classed as unemployed now, so the stats now are arguably worse.

    If I'm unemployed but have over £16k in savings (or specific types of assets) then I'm not counted as...
  43. Wage growth in contracting has not been high or...

    Wage growth in contracting has not been high or positive. From 1998 it's been a downwards trend overall. It's been much worse since the Conservative&Unionist party has been repeatedly elected, to the...
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    It's necessary to know how many jobs were truly...

    It's necessary to know how many jobs were truly lost in northern England to then compare if these new 125000 jobs - if they are indeed new, or job ads posted again, or agent phishing - is a large...
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    Surely: "so many" or "contractors want to"?

    Surely: "so many" or "contractors want to"?
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    How are you seeing this? Are ex-agents posting of...

    How are you seeing this? Are ex-agents posting of their role being made redundant?

    Most contractors I know don't have agents on their LinkedIn connections, as they just used your contacts for...
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    Did you read what I wrote? I stated that over...

    Did you read what I wrote? I stated that over there they call anybody "left wing" who is left of the alt right or right wing. Elon musk has such varied viewpoints over the years, judging by his...
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    Yes, they're asking for formal changes to their...

    Yes, they're asking for formal changes to their birth certificate in recognition of their transitioning, but they're not asking for it to be an immediate right at their time of their own choosing,...
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    Quite an absence of detail from the posts here....

    Quite an absence of detail from the posts here. No accounts were compromised, in the individual traditional sense of a targeted hack at users.

    Multiple admin panels were compromised and so this...
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    Jaguar aren't known for their great engineering...

    Jaguar aren't known for their great engineering skills. Some parts are flung together in Slovakia and manufactured in India. It may just have electronic bugs in the first year or two, but I...
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