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» random disclosure thread (Go to post)23-03-2023 @ 23:51 
billynomates said:I saw Terry Hollands in a meme today. he was wearing a Christmas jumper.

Seems to be a Next model too.
» alternative we are (Go to post)06-11-2022 @ 21:53 
dannyboy73 said:... a zippless fleecy gown they pop on whilst indoors... Im actually keen to look after our environment - clean water free from pollutants such as micro-plastics, female horemones ...

I'm telling you wool cardigans and felting are the future past.
» alternative we are (Go to post)05-11-2022 @ 14:02 
Is an "indoor overgrown" more similar to a smoking jacket, a moo dry-robe, or an aurthur dent dressing gown? Probably the moo if it's for keeping warm.

I wear a beige Aran Cardigan or felt/wool overshirt for years. They are the only items that keep me warm on both my motorcycle and sofa. This year I am in fashion in m+s. The sale will simplify my bulk shopping for years. Alas hipsters don't like longjohns.
» what did you have for tea? (Go to post)04-11-2022 @ 12:33 
anyone read this study?

Eat early in the morning to loose weight.
» what did you have for tea? (Go to post)04-11-2022 @ 12:33 
I spent a week in Dublin eating out. There isn't much of a selection in the town I live so was a pleasant treat.
Tried Brazilian Gaucho from BAH33. Really reasonable BBQ somewhat let down by the sides of Polenta chips and Cassava. I'm still not sure what Cassava is except it's bland.

I live in a sea fishing town with no sushi, so had Korean mad sushi rolls which were particularly hot and very traditional sushi in another place. I missed eel and tuna rolls. Went back for fried chicken Gochujang and kimchi with fish row. yum.

Tried my first authentic Nepalese too. Expensive Indian.
» alternative we are (Go to post)01-10-2022 @ 20:49 
dannyboy73 said:agreed, wouldnt want a fixed interest rate at present..

why? I just took out a fixed 5year @2.7% last January. Kicking myself for not taking a 2.9% 9year.
» US Presidency (Go to post)29-09-2022 @ 09:12 
Is anyone following the Corbyn coverage videos Al Jazeera put out on electoral interference by Israel lobby groups and embassy staff linked below? Its crazy to compare the coverage alleged interference in Trumps campaigns got in Britain vs actual video evidence of UK election interference by a foreign power.

There is a synopsis on Mint Press for anyone who doens't like 3hr videos of political wrangling.
» alternative we are (Go to post)25-08-2022 @ 08:43 
dannyboy73 said:
Whereas I totally disagree that global warming (now called climate change) is responsible for food crisis. I did lift this part of the link bellow:

The re-discovery of hunger stones certainly points that drought is a reoccurring event in Europe. It would be interesting for them to study the area around the hunger stones to see how long the drought lasted and how regularly the stones became visible over the centuries while the water is low and the bank examinable. I suspect this would contradict some climate science orthodoxy about this being a one off climate crisis. Unfortunately this means any discovery is likely to be screamed down as fake news no matter how good the scientific evidence.
» alternative we are (Go to post)20-08-2022 @ 10:02 
This is a good article. It details privatisation of seed cooperatives in the developing worlds bread baskets. How this lead to unaffordable prices for small hold farms to grow food to feed themselves. This then causes dependency on single subsidised crops which makes land infertile due to over farming in non traditional ways. Then you need industrial fertilizer...

There is also a good article linked in that one about vegetarian meats and the further industrialisation of what we eat. The movie Silent Green was set in 2022 at the epoch of a mega famine caused by drought.
50% of US West is in drought.
Northern Africa, and Southern Africa is in drought right now.
Central South America is in drought right now.
Europe is (Definitely f**ked) in drought right now. Lots of industry is stuttering due to lack of water cooling from Aluminium in Slovakia to Nuclear production in France to factories that can't get oils and materials up the Rhine. Food prices rocketing due to lack of traditional river irrigation options and smaller harvest.
Bangladesh and Western India are in drought right now.
Southern China is facing an extreme heat wave depleting rivers and reservoirs…
» World Deadlift Champs in one month - where's the hype? (Go to post)13-08-2022 @ 09:55 
Great pull and good to see hixxy back at competition.
» Ermm here goes (Go to post)28-07-2022 @ 08:25 
I think you get the most mentions in this review.
Would a competition pb on deadlift have been 4 reps for the 3rd?
» Thor vs fury (Go to post)28-07-2022 @ 08:05 
The crowd at Thor's last was tiny. Not sure they'll find a sponsor paying enough for Fury to consider it. I'd rather see him fight the UFC heavyweight champ or Mike Tyson.
» alternative we are (Go to post)21-07-2022 @ 13:41
» World Deadlift Champs in one month - where's the hype? (Go to post)10-07-2022 @ 09:55 
PeteHodgson said:
He’s just torn his tricep ...

That sucks after all that prep. Hopefully he's not laid up for too long.
» alternative we are (Go to post)09-07-2022 @ 10:02 
Germany, France, Romania and Italy are all having a droughts after the 40° heatwave in june. Fruits half the size without water and the grain like barly is dust on the stalk. GDR Germany and Romania would have had big rainwater dams run by the state for farmers to protect against this. That was all left die off in the 90s as ownership/access was unclear. It's going to make prices go up again I fear.

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