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Musrum 1 point ago +1 / -0

Apparently her name is Terra Fied - terrified. GP obviously having a right laugh over that.

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Musrum 2 points ago +2 / -0

We're Not Going To Take It - THE WHO - World Health Organisation It's also a track by Twisted Sister. Lyrics of both songs have a deeper meaning.

See me, feel me Touch me, heal me Listening to you, I get the music Gazing at you, I get the heat Following you, I climb the mountain I get excitement at your feet Right behind you, I see the millions On you, I see the glory From you, I get opinions From you, I get the story

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Musrum 1 point ago +1 / -0

I originally wanted to mention it's GLOWIE as hell. My parents read the Guardian like its the bible, horrifying.

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Musrum 1 point ago +1 / -0

relase - release / form - from . Asking for trouble posting this anywhere as you'll end up taking the flak for the spelling mistakes. Almost as if they are purposefully inserted. Can someone please also authenticate this quote as it's a bit too good to be true.

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Musrum 2 points ago +2 / -0

Would have cost you $167 in the UK. Or worse still $211 in Denmark.

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Musrum 3 points ago +3 / -0

Well known fact, but for those of us unlucky enough to have family that read it like the gospel, it's an important paper to read so to understand how they aare being manipulated.

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Musrum 4 points ago +4 / -0

OP - My family read The Guardian so I'm always having to double check their articles. They gave up on the bible and found The Guardian.

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Musrum 3 points ago +3 / -0

After the Brexit campaign and years of being totally outnumbered on social media by all my university friends banding together and firing Snopes articles, Open Soceity articles, Guardian bollocks at me I de-friended them all. They have spent their entire lives helping create a soceity I hardly recognise or agree with. I moved back to the UK from abroad ten years ago and not one has visited me although their social media accounts show they have been camping, had days out, visited cities right down the road from me. The arrogant, snobbish, virtuous Islington Set can royally go and screw themselves, none of them own anything, they just rent and therefore have nothing to loose.

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Musrum 1 point ago +1 / -0

THIS IS FROM 2018. COMPLETELY URELATED.

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Musrum 1 point ago +1 / -0

Unfortunately its of a DJ using CD's with a couple of micro computer speakers. Can someone please remake this meme into Technics 1210's, a decent mixer with a wall of Marshall cabinets or at least a decent JBL PA behind him? For anyone with DJ experience this looks photoshopped and most DJ's are the target audience because they are majoraly a bunch of Wokelings.

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Musrum 3 points ago +3 / -0

I struggle daily dealing with Guardian readers. My stepfather and mother are die hard readers, I learned recently of their pride in having articles published in the 80's Practically everyone else I know from Uni in the 90's have read it like the Bible and have virtually no understanding of life outside the echo chamber. The problem with the Guardian is that every article enables the readership to "feel" they are morally superior, all the while peddling degeneracy, it's utter poison and I read it daily to understand what I'm up against.

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Musrum 4 points ago +4 / -0

I have posted the preliminary audit results into a comment on the Telegraph after an insanely anti Trump article in what is supposed to be a Conservative newspaper, but it keeps being ignored because most people only look at "Top Comments" of which they cap at about five. So my post of the audit results is just sitting there without wider coverage. If you go to New Posts it will be easily recognised. Many thanks.

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Musrum 3 points ago +3 / -0

For me it was 9/11 and then later studying that event but what really convinced me was cycling solo from Tokyo to Saigon, via Jingdezhen, Fuzhou and Ji'an, then studying the Vietnam war and heading for Dien Bien Phu on the Laos border where the French were slaughtered in 1954. I then, all while doing a lot of research, followed some of the Ho Chi Minh Trail, visited The Plain of Jars and headed for Long Cheng/Tieng in Laos but was warned off, in no uncertain terms by many friendly Laotians regarding the geo-political situation and regretfully chickened out. One man in particular was very informed and I would have needed a security detail which I didn't have. Brexit was the final nail in the coffin. Brexit and MAGA are very closely related IMHO.

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Musrum 1 point ago +1 / -0

Not since Jones and Corsi teamed up in late 17, early 18 and started doing Q decodes, only to be found completely out of their depth, then called out as PAYtriots by Q. Seriously split the Anons for a while before realising what was actually happening.

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Musrum 1 point ago +1 / -0

Anyone else having problems with Friday 18th because the letters are a different size to all the others?

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Musrum 2 points ago +2 / -0

Many thanks for all the replies, extremely helpful and I hope it serves to keep others informed.

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Musrum 1 point ago +1 / -0

Not that I'm aware of, perhaps someone could shed some light on that. Khan is as crooked as they come.

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Musrum 4 points ago +4 / -0

When our local councillor popped by several weeks ago I told him I was neither left or right anymore, just anti woke. He smiled. A lot of the new local blood are not bought yet, they see the damage that the left has done with their identity politics.

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Musrum 6 points ago +6 / -0

Exactly, but we would still be in the EU if it wasn't for Boris, it was a knife edge to get out for four years. That kind of long term, daily, psychological drama helped a lot to wake people up but frankly I'm livid, as are many, that we were put through that kind of concern. Brexit won and they did everything they could to stop it. The similarities of what's happing in the US is similar. There has been quite a parallel between the UK and US since 2014-15.

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Musrum 5 points ago +5 / -0

They may try, but I doubt the population will go with it after recent events. Far more people over here are waking up than reported. A friends son recently approached me about the election rigging on Nov 3rd, several others also, we'd followed it as close as you can get over here so I'm often asked questions on US politics. Also the Jan 6th events I watched on three seperate video cameras, then the news the next day was insane, total fiction. My mother calling me last week to ask my opinion on certain things mainly cars, then dropping that she thought that the virus couldn't have come from the Wuhan wet market as she'd been told was a massive wake up. They read only The Guardian, The Times and watch BBC and Ch4, they are woke as you get.

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Musrum 7 points ago +7 / -0

If there is one thing I know the traditional working class in the UK hate, it's all this identity politics, woke lefties marching for BLM while the indigenous population struggle to find work. For decades they all voted for the left without question, Brexit has changed that. So the continuation of the Trump - Brexit movement is clearly in good health over here.

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Musrum 3 points ago +3 / -0

The fascinating history behind tulips

Most people think that tulips originated in the Netherlands with how iconic they are over there. But, they actually came from Central Asia where they grew as a wildflower. And they were first cultivated in Turkey around 1000AD. The tulip name actually comes from the Turkish word for ‘turban’ for their similar appearances.

Tulips were brought over to Europe in the 16th century by a biologist called Carolus Clusius. And by the 17th century, the popularity of tulips soared. Europeans just couldn’t get enough of the delightful blooms! The Netherlands loved tulips so much a phenomenon named ‘the tulip mania’ came in and caused the price of the flowers to skyrocket, crashing the markets.

In the early 18th century tulips were still taking the world by storm. Turkey even had a whole tulip festival dedicated to them, which is still held today and is an impressive sight to see! And it was a crime that was punishable by exile to either buy or sell tulips outside of the capital, which isn’t still implemented today...thankfully!

Nowadays, tulips represent one of the most popular flowers in the world. Holland is the most well-known place for tulips as they are widely cultivated to blanket fields with incredible colours that can be seen during springtime. What do tulips symbolise?

Flowers are a great way to express your feelings to someone as each flower will always have its own special meaning. The most common meanings of tulips are: Perfect or Deep Love

The most known meaning of tulips is perfect and deep love. As tulips are a classic flower that has been loved by many for centuries they have been attached with the meaning of love. They’re ideal to give to someone who you have a deep, unconditional love for, whether it’s your partner, children, parents or siblings. Rebirth

As tulips bloom at the beginning of spring they also have a meaning of rebirth. If you know someone who is going through some life changes, taking on new adventures and challenges or have welcomed a new addition to the family, a lovely bouquet of tulips would make a wonderful gift. Charity

Since the Victorian era tulips have also been a symbol of charity. With its cheerful nature and mark of a new season and new beginnings, many charities today still use the beloved tulip flower to represent them.

What are the different tulip colour meanings

Like many flowers, different coloured tulips have different meanings. It's important to know the colour meaning of flowers, especially if you're gifting them and want to send the right message! White tulips meaning

White tulips have a meaning of forgiveness, respect, purity and honour. So whether you need to apologise to someone or are celebrating a religious milestone, like a baptism or bar mitzvah, tulips are ideal! Apparently, according to superstition, if you dream about white tulips, it can mean that you're about to embark on a new journey and a fresh start in life. Yellow tulips meaning

We think yellow tulips are one of the happiest flowers around and they even have a meaning of cheerfulness and hope! Victorian's even believe that yellow tulips meant "there's sunshine in your smile" which is just too adorable. They'll definitely bring a smile to anyone's face. And if you plant yellow tulips in your front or back garden it's known to bring good luck and prosperity to your home.

Red tulips meaning

If you're the romantic type and in a new relationship, red tulips have a meaning of eternal love and passion. So they're very popular flowers for couples to give each other and to use for weddings too. If you're wanting to win someone over send them a big bunch of gorgeous red tulips! We guarantee they won't be able to resist. ? Pink tulips meaning

Pink tulips are known for meaning affection, caring, good wishes, and love. Although not as deep or passionate love as red tulips represent. Pink tulips are great to send to friends and family members to show them you care. If you want to congratulate someone on a new job, a promotion or graduation, pink tulips say it best! Purple tulips meaning

Because purple dye was a luxury that only royals, or the super-wealthy, could afford, purple tulips have a meaning of royalty and elegance. In the 1500s, Queen Elizabeth even banned everyone except members of the royal family to wear purple as it was such a special colour! Purple tulips are perfect for bridal bouquets or to give someone who you think is totally fabulous and deserving of these beautiful blooms. Fun facts about tulips!

Their flower buds are known for being perfectly symmetrical. They are the 11th wedding anniversary flower. Tulip petals are edible and can be used to replace onions in many recipes or even to make wine. At the peak of the tulip mania, the flowers were worth more than diamonds. There are over 150 species of tulips with a shocking 3000 varieties.

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Musrum 2 points ago +2 / -0

17 pieces if you include the black pieces with white hats and the white pieces with black hats. Smoke and mirrors at the highest level.

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