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Scorpion76 1 point ago +1 / -0

Father Jamaican, Mother from a high caste Indian family.

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Scorpion76 3 points ago +3 / -0

There is at least some footage mixed in of a prior flooding, I remember watching it quite a while ago.

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Scorpion76 5 points ago +5 / -0

Yes, part of the plan along with (IMHO) the precipice being the threat of imminent nuclear attack. BTW, how do we know that someone died, reporting?

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Scorpion76 2 points ago +2 / -0

Do you recall all the talk of keeping the vials refrigerated and only allowed to sit outside that temp for a certain period of time?

Well the main reason is connected to the coating on the liquid nano particle. This "coating" called PEG (Polyethylene glycol) was sourced from all over the place, and with various quality issues. It degrades quickly and is unstable unless kept at certain temps.

Now if the vial was stored incorrectly, and say handled incorrectly (ie shaken too hard) the coating would be useless and the LNP destroyed. Some people would have got nothing but a shot of goo in their arm and probably accounts for why some people have zero side effects whilst others were seriously harmed.

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Scorpion76 3 points ago +3 / -0

I started eating a Keto only diet and lost roughly 40lbs in 8 months, then went carnivore only for 2 months. I can honestly say I felt great on both although the carnivore/beef only was monotonous after a while!

If you want to lose weight, and crucially cut out all the crap in processed foods, then look into Keto. It works well, but remember to drink plenty of water with salt (pink) added to the water. A few freinds have tried it and all have lost weight and feel much better, fasting is also part of my regime now.

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Scorpion76 11 points ago +11 / -0

Seriously, I think I can tell (mostly correctly) of those I see around me who are vax'd? In the white or pale skin folks, they have a certain red/blue hue to their skin and it's the middle of summer! Old, young, it doesn't matter, whenever I see someone with this weird skin hue I'm certain it's the vax.

Anyone else recognise this in others?

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Scorpion76 1 point ago +1 / -0

I was in London last Friday, mid afternoon in a major attraction area, inside a well known restaurant and it was completely empty apart from the two of us.

Walking around central London at 5PM and it was eerily devoid of people, when I was lat there it was packed with commuters and the tube trains were standing room only, not this time though! Being mirrored in all the smaller towns I go to as well.

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Scorpion76 2 points ago +2 / -0

Same here, haven't been able to play any CatBox files for weeks, despite using a multi hop VPN.

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Scorpion76 2 points ago +2 / -0

Hey fren, I have had "working dogs" all my life, most "dream" a few times a day, I wouldn't be too concerned. Often people get the bonding element the wrong way around, greeting the dog as soon as they walk in the door at home, make a fuss before they leave, and generally use to many words for commands etc. As hard as it is try to ignore the dog a bit more, let him/her come too you rather than the other way around and often silence with words works best. Try writing down a list of basic commands, sit stay heel etc and don't allow anyone to add "good dog" etc after the dog has done want you said. I stress all my dogs have been for working, and it's a bit different than a domestic pet, although never have any of my dogs ever been hit, beaten or overly aggressive with. If you want to ask anything fire away.

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Scorpion76 3 points ago +3 / -0

That is also now deleted, or at least not found via the link on X. Dutchsense is over the target!

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Scorpion76 1 point ago +1 / -0

Most likely hit something with its chest, horses carry a huge amount of blood. A vet was seeing to a horse of mine that had "choke". A tube is lubricated and passed down the throat to remove the choke, usually food.

Well this vet caught an artery with the tube, and I must have carried several buckets full of blood before it stopped bleeding! The horse was fine btw.

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Scorpion76 1 point ago +1 / -0

Possibly, however if it's arterial bleeding it may well be that color on a grey horse. Wouldn't have to be lame after having a cut, seen this many times whilst out hunting back in the day.

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Scorpion76 1 point ago +1 / -0

By the tack on the horses, bridle, saddle, Martingale etc it's more likely these horses have thrown their riders than simply got loose from the stables at Knightsbridge.

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Scorpion76 1 point ago +1 / -0

The off Stirrup (Iron) has simply been thrown over the wither, either from the canter or maybe when the Trooper on the horse fell off? Done it many times.

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Scorpion76 5 points ago +5 / -0

The 33.3k view figure stood out to me, drop 333 https://qagg.news/?read=333

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Scorpion76 2 points ago +2 / -0

To prove the point on how Google manipulate everything, do a simple Google image search. First use the search term, "Black couples", Images then scroll? Now do it again using the search term "White couples" images then scroll. Note the difference?

Why? Well if you control the search results you control the narrative? Back in the day, before all this censorship and control, if you searched say for info on "Climate change" you will get results from all sides of the argument.

If you do it now using "Climate change" you will get millions of results (allegedly) but when you scroll the pages you will find you can only get to around page 45 or so. Even when you click "include results that are duplicated" you will still only get around 45 or so pages, which will equate to around 450, 500 pages yet you were told there were millions of results?

Now when you look, the first few pages will only be from official Gov or UN, EU etc websites, or websites with only one side of the argument.

Google knows that most people won't go behind say page 3 for results, they have been conditioned to usually use the links from the first page.

Control the information you control the narrative!

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Scorpion76 4 points ago +4 / -0

During the great "coof" war, I 'member's looking at cleaning products that proudly boasted about how it/they killed CV19 - I wondered how the makers knew since the virus hadn't been isolated? Then I noticed how normal so called cleaning products, say for kitchen sinks or cookers actually remove very little grease or dirt! The GF says that unless it says "degreaser" on the bottle then it won't do much at all?

Just some thots.

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