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» coronavirus (Go to post)04-05-2021 @ 18:48 
Wiegieboard said:This is my first post on this thread.

My opinion is that Covid 19 is apocalypse light.

When apocalypse official release comes out there wont be too many of us left. Whether that is a good or bad thing is up to the opinion of the individual. I wont let my opinion on that matter be known.

Hi Wiegieboard. I think apocalypse official could be something like an asteroid hitting the earth. Wouldnt that be so freaky?! But according to some scientists on a video I watched today, we should be safe from asteroids for the rest of this century at least. I'm glad, cos its something I've had a phobia about since I was a kid.
» coronavirus (Go to post)04-05-2021 @ 17:55 
Ok so having done a bit of a deep dive on the potential origins of covid, I'm now pretty much of the opinion that the virus escaped from the lab in Wuhan. This is due to the weight of circumstantial evidence, which far exceeds the evidence for the virus having emerged naturally. If this is eventually proven true then Fauci will have a lot to answer for. Also, the US needs to stop outsourcing its dirty work to China.
» coronavirus (Go to post)04-05-2021 @ 13:19 
WILLSAN said:https://nicholaswade.medium.com/origin-of-covid-following-the-clues-6f03564c038
science writer for Nature, Science and NYT deep dives into the lab question.

a tiny portion of an excellent interview with a wapo foreign policy columnist. talks through the lab theory for maybe an hour and then goes on to detail US/China relations and the threat that a rising china poses. highly recommend watching the whole interview on spotify if you are at all interested in geopolitics.

Thats a very good podcast, he certainly makes a good case for the virus originating in a lab.
» coronavirus (Go to post)03-05-2021 @ 17:28 
A few of those sky news Australia videos showed up on my youtube. My initial thought was that their content seems a bit bonkers and very similar to Fox news in the US.
» coronavirus (Go to post)01-05-2021 @ 10:28 
Soz gents, it disappeared off my phone but is back now. Will check it out later.
» call the judge and get some fudge (Go to post)01-05-2021 @ 10:13 
Grin Grin Grin Where do you find these gems? Grin
» coronavirus (Go to post)01-05-2021 @ 09:58 
WILLSAN said:
that is a great video. very thought provoking.

Its disappeared now, do you know the title or if its available anywhere online?
» coronavirus (Go to post)01-05-2021 @ 00:04 
Post Edited: 01.05.2021 @ 00:04 AM by billynomates
WILLSAN said:
Fatpete said:
Or if the asker of the question believed the answers rather than cling to the fanciful nonsense they LIKE to believe
Unhappy Unhappy
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my concerns about the vaccines are many and are largely covered in this article.

https://www.deconstructingconventional.com/post/18-reason-i-won-t-b...

Did you look at the rebuttal to that article, referenced in the comments section? It can be found at https://sciencebasedmedicine.org/christian-elliots-18-reasons-i-wont-be-getting-a-covid-vaccine-viral-antivaccine-misinformation/

Far more compelling imo
» How many push ups can you do? (Go to post)17-04-2021 @ 19:54 
About 20 push ups with full range of motion and perfect form. My arms really die after 15 or so.
8-10 pull ups.
13 dips, although my local walking spot has a contraption for doing dips and I do an amrap set every visit. Probably not often enough to see much of an increase though.
I like calisthenics Happy
» coronavirus (Go to post)17-04-2021 @ 10:51 
Post Edited: 17.04.2021 @ 10:58 AM by billynomates
luki said:I'm surprised these results aren't in all the newspapers.
"Oxford University published an important study based on more than 489k mRNA vaccine recipients that shows that the risk of portal vein thrombosis appears to be 30 times higher with mRNA vaccines (Pfizer and Moderna) than with AstraZeneca’s.
The risk of cerebral vein thrombosis, which caused many regulators to pause or discontinue using AstraZeneca’s and J&J vaccines, appears to be very similar for AstraZeneca’s vaccine (5 in a million) as for Pfizer’s and Moderna’s mRNA vaccines (4 in a million).
Still, the risk of cerebral vein thrombosis from COVID itself appears to be 8 times and for portal vein thrombosis 10 times higher than for mRNA vaccines. Regulators should study this data to make more informed conclusions."

https://mobile.twitter.com/sputnikvaccine/status/1382982134386819072?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1382982134386819072%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.rt.com%2Fnews%2F521313-pvt-bloodclot-mrna-covid-vaccine...


Russian propoganda?
» what did you have for tea? (Go to post)16-04-2021 @ 19:52 
I made slow cooked beef massaman curry twice in the last week and was very happy with the results.
» call the judge and get some fudge (Go to post)07-04-2021 @ 08:55 
» coronavirus (Go to post)04-04-2021 @ 13:21 
https://www.thejournal.ie/women-dubai-mandatory-quarantine-5400257-...

Ouch! Thats a costly boob job.
» US Presidency (Go to post)26-03-2021 @ 21:35 
Joe has announced his intention to run for a second term. Mega facepalm.
» coronavirus (Go to post)21-03-2021 @ 18:13 
AdamT said:
Only an idiot thinks this is 100% about a virus Danny

The whole thing is a ruse for the soap companies.

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