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    Can't see that Brexiteers have much to laugh...

    Can't see that Brexiteers have much to laugh about right now, but tell you what there'll be plenty to laugh over when our NATO partner Erdogan establishes a proxy base in Libya, opposite the EU in...
  3. Precisely, but they'll supervise every phase of...

    Precisely, but they'll supervise every phase of the rebuilding, rather than follow the somewhat naive western route of handing over money to corrupt politicians on the strength of worthless promises...
  4. If it were an option I would wait for v2.

    If it were an option I would wait for v2.
  5. It doesn't matter what the people want, or what...

    It doesn't matter what the people want, or what most people want, but which side is better funded and organised and prepared to do what it takes to achieve their objectives. In the case of Lebanon,...
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    6k is hardly a lot of people giving up their US...

    6k is hardly a lot of people giving up their US citizenship, more than that believe the moon landing was a hoax and the earth is flat; at today's expectations if you post that Goofy masterminded 911...
  7. For my money the Epstein pedos should be given...

    For my money the Epstein pedos should be given short sentences, to be served in Noko.
  8. Those bombs ended the war and saved thousands of...

    Those bombs ended the war and saved thousands of lives that didn't ask for it to start in the first place.

    The only thing the Japs regret is not kicking it off with a sucker punch, but not winning...
  9. Apparently they did consider that, then rejected...

    Apparently they did consider that, then rejected because it would likely result in mass suicides and possible resumption of hostilities even without a formal military.

    I believe they call it being...
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    1969, out of college and bumming, was a choice...

    1969, out of college and bumming, was a choice between Moscow and the Camp America routine for the month off at the end to visit my brother in Canada.

    Natural first choice was Moscow, contacted...
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    Sticky: What's the UK doing right, and is it working? ...

    What's the UK doing right, and is it working?

    According to worldometers, the UK leads all major countries in tests per million, with 25% of the population tested.

    Not that I trust those...
  13. Little Boy sent the message, Fat Man ended the...

    Little Boy sent the message, Fat Man ended the war, good result.
  14. Toll has risen as expected, now 135 from 'about...

    Toll has risen as expected, now 135 from 'about 20', though the vids I've seen suggest that as a daytime weekday event they won't get off that lightly.

    If this was an accident which I doubt, then...
  15. Not an accident, even if Troy wants my house, but...

    Not an accident, even if Troy wants my house, but each to their own belief.
  16. wtf are they??

    wtf are they??
  17. Cover up, so what's new.

    Cover up, so what's new.
  18. I'm sure they will take good care of him.

    I'm sure they will take good care of him.
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    50 years ago I might have tried that, now just...

    50 years ago I might have tried that, now just pleased to wake up.
    :)

    Not easy to explain in a couple of sentences, but do try this because it works, and has got me out of a few strange...
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    Sour grapes. Ponzi is an investment fraud...

    Sour grapes. Ponzi is an investment fraud promising high returns with little risk, which builds trust and exposure by paying dividends to early investors with money collected from new investors.
    ...
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  22. Of course he was being cheated, and as...

    Of course he was being cheated, and as military/police-operated gaming houses are protected premises after this unfortunate mishap they might consider cheating a bit less in future.

    Questions...
  23. Accidental explosions are when a bomb maker is...

    Accidental explosions are when a bomb maker is making a bomb or training others to use it when it goes off.

    My house and shirt say this was no accident, but as ever if it suits the authorities...
  24. Thread: Rumbling Begins

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    Seems totally counter to the imposed conservatism...

    Seems totally counter to the imposed conservatism of the Thai establishment, where new ideas are a threat to old guard.

    Going back a while and Shinawatra was that new face with new ideas, ok yes...
  25. Thread: Rumbling Begins

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    I don't think they would like to tinker with...

    I don't think they would like to tinker with this, maybe a mild reference to the event for info purposes but no 'opinions'.
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    Yes, though that's subjective allowing some...

    Yes, though that's subjective allowing some people even on here to view the US as a totalitarian regime.

    Still, even though they do fail there are many unknowns, such as when and how, what brings...
  27. I'm sure they can make an exception with slush...

    I'm sure they can make an exception with slush funds and flexible interpretation of small print at their disposal.
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  31. No please, just do it; works.

    No please, just do it; works.
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    I have no problem with gold, it has intrinsic...

    I have no problem with gold, it has intrinsic value, it's safe, I've owned hard and soft almost continuously since my teens and increased vastly over the years, but I do take issue with fantasy...
  33. Thread: Rumbling Begins

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    I'd be happy enough if they just outlaw military...

    I'd be happy enough if they just outlaw military coups; that would be a good start toward whatever they think democracy is.
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    Hmm, calling him names really won't diminish his...

    Hmm, calling him names really won't diminish his power one bit; this guy has heavy duty ideological backing and the world needs to take him seriously, certainly a bit more seriously than before this...
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    Sticky: Yer, I hope the maternity wards are prepared for...

    Yer, I hope the maternity wards are prepared for the birth explosion from Dec-March.
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    Sticky: There is no win-win considering it has already...

    There is no win-win considering it has already taken 700k lives and threatened the global economy; unless the virus is somehow beaten or dies off naturally, best 'win' situation is to resume a...
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    Sticky: Understandable, there are lots of dormant...

    Understandable, there are lots of dormant Chinese-owned hotels, restaurants and businesses that need to get moving again, and no doubt a few baht will be passed to whichever politicians assist in...
  38. Agree, manslaughter on appeal is more convenient...

    Agree, manslaughter on appeal is more convenient than mandatory execution for murder that would make the Brits grovel, though it may cost the Aid budget an extra hospital or two.
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    I-Ching

    I-Ching
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    Ostrich farms look promising, worst way you eat...

    Ostrich farms look promising, worst way you eat them.
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    Delighted to hear it's now going to $60-80k. ...

    Delighted to hear it's now going to $60-80k.

    I shall bury mine under our new tree.
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    In that case when gold rises another 2000% (ie...

    In that case when gold rises another 2000% (ie $40k/oz), you can have mine at half price, and it's entirely your choice but please don't hold your breath.

    And as I mentioned when you went a tad...
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    Yes I found part 2 of Che a struggle, no problem...

    Yes I found part 2 of Che a struggle, no problem with subtitles, for me they can shorten a movie by as much as half after the fast forwards, but it started and ended weak and I couldn't wait for him...
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    Sticky: No way I'll ever comprehend what the big deal it...

    No way I'll ever comprehend what the big deal it is for some people to wear a mask. Also will never figure what it is with timid leaders that have to say please and thank you all the time, just issue...
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    thanks

    thanks
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    Not a healthy outlook though covid is a political...

    Not a healthy outlook though covid is a political lifesaver for bojo and his misfits that can blame it for all manner of Brexit mismanagement and consequences; and now best we can do is wait for...
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    Spot on, sqwiril, unlike you I don't know for...

    Spot on, sqwiril, unlike you I don't know for sure and have to rely on opinion; well done boy, stick around, I might also post later and wouldn't want you to miss it.
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    Just started watching Che Part One (of two),...

    Just started watching Che Part One (of two), can't comment on the credibility of Hollywood's version of the revolution against the Batista regime, or even how it pans out, but excellent background...
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