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  1. Hmmm... what yer going to do when the GPS system gets turned off ?..🤔 .
  2. Yep, great things them electric aircraft/vehicles/bikes. I were once very keen on em, even got one of them 2 wheel stand up scooter thingys. 11’ Wheels, 2 motors and will do ninety so I’m told... But, electric motor transport do have its problems. I think it prudent to wait a while before getting too ‘invested’ in the game. Let the crash test dummies work out the faults first. One thing I note when yer see vids on Tesla’s they always say just how simple the electric motors are compared to the ‘complex’ piston motors... except, them Tesla’s is not simple. One needs to consider the e
  3. Heh, Yep!...The first five minutes is politics..😏 .
  4. I’m still dwelling on the Qanon video so will not comment yet. As to using Albright as any sort of ‘character reference’... “...Juila Gillard, as PM, had already tipped in $22m to GPE in 2010-11 and followed up in late 2011 with a gargantuan $270m four year pledge. This pledge dwarfed those from a host of comparable Western donors, combined. GPE’s grateful CEO Alice Albright, daughter of President Bill Clinton’s Secretary of State Madeleine Albright (1997-01), successfully lobbied for Gillard as honorary chair of GPE in late 2013...” https://quadrant.org.
  5. What a coincidence. In furthering my study of bush fire effects I recently got a book Fire And The Air War. Bond, Bugbee (1946) “A compilation of expert observations on fires of the war set by incendiaries and the atomic bomb...” A new reprint book from Amazon though I’d imagine it would be on the net somewhere. In the chapter covering the official report of the U.S. Strategic Bombing Survey, page 223, we find: “...The bombs (atomic) did not convince the military that defence of the home islands was impossible, if their behaviour in government councils is adequate
  6. I’ve found the 4 corners report on youtube. Will have a look-see tonight. The brief consideration I’ve given to Qanon in the past I just thought of it as a ‘false flag’ thingy and never given it any credibility. We’ll see if the 4 corners programme can offer any insight. As to my “wingmen”, I were unaware I had any wingmen ? .
  7. I take it then that you wont be answering the question I put to you earlier ? “...What “democratic societies” and “institutions” did Trump affect ?...” Looks like yet another ‘claim’ can be listed as debunked. Moving on... .
  8. How goes the back-up for these claims ? The “fire extinguisher” death has already been debunked. Who, what, where were the other claimed deaths ? .
  9. “Smarter to play the ball”.... So, yer saying it is stupidity to “play the man”... ?..🤔 As to the ‘reporting’ - it no work on me computer. .
  10. ??? What “democratic societies” and “institutions” did Trump affect ? 🤔 .
  11. “Storming”.......? Some drunk guy wearing a set of buffalo horns breaks in and steals Pelosi’s lectern and it is called Storming..😂 If thats a ‘storming’ then what would your descriptor be for the D-Day landings? ....at any rate, the days events are very concerning to me. For one, how is it that the autopsy results of the actual cause of the police officers death were not released immediately to dispel the fire extinguisher attack claims ? Many would like to know... (Washington, DC) Judicial Watch announced today that it has fi
  12. Hmmm... As for the claimed fire extinguisher death... U.S. Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick suffered two strokes and died of natural causes the day after he confronted rioters during the Jan. 6 insurrection, according to Washington's top medical examiner. The chief medical examiner, Francisco Diaz, said Monday that an autopsy of Sicknick found no evidence the 42-year-old suffered an allergic reaction to chemical irritants. Diaz ruled the Sicknick, 42, died from "acute brainstem and cerebellar infarcts due to acute basilar artery thrombosis."
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