Open Forum: February 20, 2021

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  1. Goanna says:

    “Trump claimed that these plans were put in place to prepare for the pandemic taking out the whole government.
    AND NEWSWEEK BELIEVED IT.” – Thomas Wictor

    https://www.newsweek.com/exclusive-inside-militarys-top-secret-plans-if-coronavirus-cripples-government-1492878

    Wictor outlines the seamless application of these plans to the military in 2021.

    https://social.quodverum.com/web/statuses/105744162388816437

    “NOW DOES EVERYBODY SEE?
    And NOW do you agree that Trump is one of the smartest people who ever lived?”
    Thomas Wictor.

  2. Eyrie says:

    trade, commerce and intercourse among the states shall be “absolutely free”

    The High Court judges had trouble with this??? “Free from what”????

    They must be the same kind of effwits that have trouble with “shall not be infringed”.

  3. Struth says:

    This writer gets it. From Katie’s gab page.

    A Manifesto Against Corona Measures
    FEBRUARY 24, 2021 ~ ישורון

    The Declaration of Independence is in the docks.
    It was incitement.

    The Bill of Rights, in solitary confinement.
    It was a blueprint for political terror.

    The Magna Carta, a museum piece.
    It was a historical mistake.

    4th of July a Festival of Hatred.

    14 of July a Feast of the Deluded.

    Universal Declaration of the Rights of Man — farcical insipid drivel.

    Vaccines, there’s your liberty!

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    The Ministry of Health Ministry of Insanity is now your guide to bliss.

    Social Distancing – your only hope!

    Digital friends, digital care, digital love, digital bubble, that’s your present and future,
    forever and ever – Amen!

    Disagree? Gotta a problem with it?

    Shut up and stay at home.
    Shut up and wear a mask.
    Shut up, go bonkers, rot.

    No right to give a smile, nor to see one given. Forget your tears. Ignore a weeping neighbor.

    Sneezing and coughing as criminal as hugging or kissing.

    No right to assembly.
    No right to protest.
    No right to debate, discuss, formulate, and defend these and any other rights.

    No rights, no rights at all, except the Right to Obey.

    The Right to Obey not the Will of the People in the form of democratically debated and promulgated legislation, but to genuflect to secretive “Science” committees whose composition, meetings, and decisions are secret, and without appeal.

    In the span of mere months the world has been transmogrified. Reason and common sense assassinated by artificially whipped up panic and hysteria. The freedom to move about of our own will and volition, where we see fit according to our needs and fancies, ruthlessly crushed under the Iron Heel of Fear.

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    To communicate in person – with colleagues, friends, and family, forbidden.

    To care for our loved ones, a transgression.

    To go about the business of human business, social, community, entrepreneurial, family – all abrogated.

    In the name of protecting our lives, we are turning into zombies whose lives are not worth living.

    To remain human, has become a struggle. Not an abstract struggle. Not a metaphor. A daily struggle with our lonely, outcast selves.

    The Algos are rising. The Singularity is the emergence of an Artificial Conscience from the fusing of routers, mobile devises, internet of things, virtual assistants, and the web, by a handful of digital oligarchs whose power is based on our dependence on their products.

    They are men advised by Artificial Intelligence generated through the analysis of our mass data. Exploiting our digital fingerprints and location to stealthily penetrate our psyche in order to fragment us, isolate us, demotivate us, precipitate despondency and despair, so as to increase our dependency on them.

    Corporations, Government, and the Media aren’t merely censoring us or telling us what to think, they are furthering our dependance so as to entrench their power permanently, and without appeal.

    Our leaders have failed to adapt our laws to this. As individuals we have failed to adapt our lives to it.

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    We are enslaved to The Screen. We refuse discipline in our habits. The ease with which we stopped reading, and listening, with which we yield to our impulse to tap, to click, to stare, is the ease with which the Digital Oligarchs have taken over.

    A totalitarian society the likes of which no futurist or prophet has dared to describe for fear of implausibility descends upon us. It is not a dream. It is a nightmare, and it is taking place here and now, in the real world.

    Covid-19 is not the plague. At its worst, fatalities remain bellow 1%, but to give up our most fundamental rights would always be more detrimental to our future than even a 20% fatality rate.

    During wars, during famines, during previous pandemics, we have no collective memory of restrictions on caring for our loved ones, celebrating Holidays together, our births and birthdays, of attending funerals, of sharing food at the same table, and breathing the same air. In fact, all of our wars were fought for their preservation. We knew no bans on smiles. On contact. On existence. The current Tyranny foisted upon us in the name of fighting this virus (or any virus) is already a form of defeat. A form of capitulation. Of handing over from the start, that for which one is supposedly fighting.

    Never in the history of humanity has such administrative overreach been witnessed. We are building a stifling dystopia, in which a sliver of elites dictates our thoughts, actions, and emotions while our very movements, identities, and intimate thoughts are subject to a policing more draconian than anything experienced in Nazi Germany or Bolshevik Russia.

    The effort to stoke hysteria displaces Goebbles or Marxists-Leninists into the medieval period. The cutting edge of persuasion technology, the algorithms of Google, Facebook, Twitter, and countless Digital Oligarchies are now the Core of the Coercive Machine in which Covid is but a means to an end.

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    It is not a matter of disinformation, it is a matter of mass manipulation by embedding reporters into hospitals, and barraging us with death pornography tailored to everyone’s specific demographic reference frame while we are coerced into group-think with arbitrary incarceration, massive fines, and family separation. Decades of medical practice, and scientific integrity are turned on their heads, and the credibility of countless institutions is in shambles.

    Covid-19 has a tangible deleterious impact on our reproductive organs. The more antibodies, the worst the effect. Repeat injection of vaccines can not but enhance this effect. No – no one who has had the disease should take any of the vaccines.

    Vaccines which have not passed the most rudimentary long-term safety-tests coupled with lockdown induced bottlenecks create artificial mutagenic pressure on the virus. Without being able to run its natural 2 year course, human meddling will make SARS-CoV-2 deadlier and more unwieldy.

    The original strain is the best form of inoculation. Asymptomatic transmission is virtually unknown, except in very close domestic quarters of which lockdowns are the chief facilitators. If it is merely a case of poor detection, then asymptomatic transmission is manifestly the best route towards herd immunity.

    Such immunity is long-term. Repeat infection occurs only in the immunosuppressed, and at a rate lower than for mono (Epstein-Barr virus) or chickenpox. Many humans have pre-existing immunity.

    “Immunity passports” do not promise to take this into account. They have nothing to do with immunity, everything to do with Pfizer, Big Tech, and Big Government. Immunity to Covid-19 cannot be measured by inexpensive and widely available means, and antibodies are found among the immunocompromised, not the healthy.

    The logic of of such “passports” is a global surveillance system, ripe with fraud, identity theft, and Orwellian Tyranny running roughshod over two million years of human evolution.Vaccine passports are not proof of immunity, but in-humanity. Coerced reduction to the status of a guinea pigs. Deletion of cerebral independence by an onslaught of death porn. Destruction of Human Will by hacking of our live digitally and physically.

    To remain a human has become a struggle and there aren’t three ways to victory.

    There is only one.

    We must declare Independence, and this presumes declaring War.

    First – Civil Disobedience.

    Mass Civil Disobedience.

    To ignore the orders. En masse.

    To incur the fine, and not pay. En masse!

    We need to protest, but to coordinate protest activity we need to begin circumventing the current system. We need less intermediaries. Forums, listserves, mailing lists, direct calls cannot be censored as effectively as social media.

    Hence, print leaflets, spray-paint, decals, wear clothes with a message.

    Open your window and at least whisper – I’m Mad as Hell and I’m not Going to Take This Anymore!

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    Talk man to man, woman to woman. Across social, racial, religious, and above all political (!) lines. We are all allies in this cause. We all march together. Where the digital is not controlled, trans-national information sharing and coordination must be pursued, but outreach starts in the streets, alleys, in the queues. With stickers on your cars. Banners on your windows. A protest sign in public places. With sustained support through honking, thumb-up, with conversation.

    Approach members of law enforcement, remind them of the difference between laws respectful of our fundamental rights vs. rule by edict and memoranda.

    Make it a point that fatalities are increased by lockdowns, by masking, by government incompetence. Fight the attempt to guilt-shame the fight for liberty. Less oxygen, less physical activity, mental inertia, and social isolation equal increased vulnerability. Under 50s are committing more suicides than are dying of the virus.

    As the provision of services and goods declines, preventable disease mortality rises to all time highs. Less human warmth, grater isolation, undermine the immune system, and Corona can strike harder, more lethally.

    Through the trampling of due process social upheaval is rendered inevitable. The Social Contract – null and void. Human trust is poisoned by government sponsored vigilantism. A generation seeped in contempt is arising, and it will recognize neither law nor friend, but only foe.

    The effort at victory starts with everyone, everyone talking to anyone, with the message that any abrogation, neglect, and willful suppression of our Civil Rights is a price never worth paying, even in the face of death.

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    Communication, human communication, is the start of our resistance.

    It is the key to success, and the keystone of building a future in which liberty endures. A future which requires that we put a stop to Big Tech’s Big Crushing of Humanity now, immediately!

    Now and not tomorrow!

    From the beginning, lockdowns, masks, and social distancing diluted the social fabric of society and opened the door to untrammeled technocracy and dehumanization, and to resist these measure is to assert one’s humanity. To fight these measures, is to fight for the well being of future generations.

    Civil Disobedience is the first step. It can only succeed if its practice is sufficiently broad, and persistent. The refusal to pay fines is its most important dimension. Collective refusal is collective support. It can be done with a minimum of communication.

    Politicians who oppose Corona-tyrannical measures deserve our support, and when possible – our vote. Their platform must include the amnesty of all corona related penalties and fees, and a reparations tax levied on the the media and digital monopolists who attempted to seize power under medico-administrative pretexts.

    Were this to fail, the conflict will become as in 1776, 1789, 1989 (to mention the best known) a struggle in which autonomous groups will resort to physical self-defense, as a result of the violence perpetrated by a state.

    This physical self-defense will become the only option, and at no point is it anyone’s business to denounce such defense when in service to our common, universal humanity.

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    If governments choose to pursue a war on their populations, revolutionary tribunals will be organized and convened, so our actions remain focused, and not arbitrary.

    These tribunals will weigh the damage done by specific actors and policies to individuals, families, and entire communities. Corporations, vested interests, and decision makers whose conduct contributed to the erosion of the provision of care, increase in suicides, suffering, and psychological destruction of fellow humans will be judged by juries of their peers. Sentences will be promulgated.

    For Civil Disobedience to be effective, it must be understood as the first step of a determined campaign which will not compromise with the enemy.

    It is a canard that our only options are those of peace when all peaceful options are rendered illegal. Eschewing or denouncing the right to psychical self-defense as a matter of principle, is to surrender before the firsts shot is fired; an inevitable fact, no matter how unpalatable. What is not inevitable, is a reversal. Governments can avoid mass Civil Disobedience, and certainly physical confrontation and revolution, if they put a stop to policies which make them necessary.

    By the time soldiers are deployed in the streets of New York, Los Angeles, Buenos Aires, Mexico City, London, Berlin, Moscow, Tokyo, to oppose the human struggle for freedom, neither citizen nor soldier will have anything to lose.

    It is a fundamental mistake to accept lockdowns and masks as health measures against Corona for it sets a precedent for the abrogation of Civil Rights in time of arbitrarily designated “Emergencies.”

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    It is a fundamental mistake to criminalize the spread of Corona for it sets a precedent that governments can read our minds and interpret our intentions, not to mention legislate to nature! To interfere with complex dynamic systems using incomplete and limited human models, in the name of an ill defined demographic good to engineer biological molecules without any legal responsibility or liability.

    The time to resists is Now. To Resist this Tyranny before its strictures become permanent and irreversible. To spread the word, and share the message by all means possible, staying one step ahead of the censors. To generate support for opposition and to maintain this support throughout a necessary and just struggle for our liberties and freedoms.

    Without such freedoms we are no longer human, but mere cattle to be herded according to the whims and caprices of a a few geeks who are protected by armies of brain-dead zombies.

  4. Lysander says:

    Hendo had quite a win scoring this comment from Gavin Silbert QC (Chief Crown Prosecutor, Victoria from 2008-2018):

    I thought there was some appalling commentary in Quadrant. That said, I have just finished reading The Persecution of George Pell by Keith Windschuttle which is as good an analysis as one could hope to find. We lawyers are used to defending clients and interpret their acquittals as a failure of the prosecution to prove guilt beyond reasonable doubt. I must say, that after reading this I was persuaded that not only was the standard of proof not met, but that Pell was an innocent man.

    And a nice dig at Victoria Police:

    All I would say is that Victoria Police have the sole function of charging in Victoria and their recent practice of attempting to obtain the imprimatur of the DPP and/or Crown Prosecutors is without any legal justification; they have sought to do this of late to protect themselves from criticism particularly in matters of political sensitivity or high public interest. My invariable practice was to tell Victoria Police that it was a matter for them and to refuse to offer any advice.

  5. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare says:

    Aromantics are simply people who …

    … don’t shower regularly and cover that with perfume?

    Oh, sorry. That’s Aromatics. People with aromas.

    Perhaps that is the problem for Aromantics.
    They are too aromatic for most people.

  6. Shy Ted says:

    A 14-year-old sports star from Wales is advising US President Joe Biden on halting climate change.
    Biden & a 14 year old girl. That should be worth watching.

  7. notafan says:

    The pudding is overegged.

    People accepted significant restrictions in world two, here and overseas.

  8. notafan says:

    I see dr ruth linked an article from 15 January regarding deaths post vaccine in Norway.

    I wonder if there have been any updates on that story?

  9. Lysander says:

    Pretty good Federal tracking polling page from an old associate of mine…:

    https://www.pollbludger.net/bludgertrack2022/leaders.htm?

  10. Lysander says:

    And you’ll want to add this page to your favourites:

    https://www.pollbludger.net/bludgertrack2022/polldata.htm?

    He keeps all polls (essential, core logic, newspoll) on one page with tabs for every State and Federal govt… a pretty good resource to have…! 🙂

  11. Struth says:

    Little miss (stage two tyranny’s fine, stop killing Nannas) Hysterical comes swaggering in flapping her traitorous mouth again.

    If you read up further, I said the site that I linked to was a recent report by the Norwegian government that I couldn’t get passed moderation. All of a sudden my link was allowed and the website it linked to had changed to that Media story.

    Been vaccinated yet? I thought you’d be in line, I mean it’s going to free you and a year later with no one dying of covid it’s going to bring back 2019 level freedoms, if only the conspiracy theorists do it as well, (for some insane reason)

  12. Never in the history of humanity has such administrative overreach been witnessed. We are building a stifling dystopia, in which a sliver of elites dictates our thoughts, actions, and emotions while our very movements, identities, and intimate thoughts are subject to a policing more draconian than anything experienced in Nazi Germany or Bolshevik Russia.

    I’ve been saying for nearly five years now that we are in the prequel stage of every dystopian novel ever written.
    Except for the one where Mankind is enslaved by Large Breasted Nubilitans from Beyond the Void.
    You know, where we were worked to death on the Lunar Joke and Semen Mines. That was OK, sort of.

  13. notafan says:

    All of a sudden? Link changed?

    Oooh a conspiracy

  14. Struth says:

    The pudding is overegged.

    People accepted significant restrictions in world two, here and overseas.

    Can we not see what we are up against?
    Never before in the history of the world has this happened, during any wars or any pandemics and not on this scale, globally.

    Now you can fucking delude yourself all you want Notafan, but start dribbling shit here, and you’ll quickly be told.
    What fucking planet are you on?
    People , especially teenagers are committing suicide left right and centre, people are being crushed and lives, millions of them ruined, Liberty, freedoms crushed, not right to protest, and you actually come here and say, it’s nothing, all is well.
    You are a inhuman fruit loop.

  15. Struth says:

    After a year Notafan, you are wearing mighty thin with your bullshit.
    You know you’ve been so wrong, and so immoral, so lacking in understanding what your freedoms are and how they were obtained, and compliant to tyranny, arguing viciously for it, that as people wake up, you are becoming more and more a joke, a sad one, but a joke. Your lack of integrity and moral courage is pathetic.
    And so your extreme stubborness means you must attack.
    With friends like you, freedom needs no enemies.

  16. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “I must say, that after reading this I was persuaded that not only was the standard of proof not met, but that Pell was an innocent man.”

    I’ve just read Hendo’s Media Watch Dog (it’s uploaded every Friday arvo on the Sydney Institute website) and his correspondence with Mr Silbert makes for very good reading.

    Kol hakavod to Mr Silbert for stating the obvious…that Pell always was and is an innocent man…..cruelly wronged…a victim of a great injustice. The whole Pell saga still makes me sick to my stomach.

  17. JMH says:

    notafan says:
    February 26, 2021 at 4:57 pm
    I see dr ruth linked an article from 15 January regarding deaths post vaccine in Norway.

    I wonder if there have been any updates on that story?

    Have you checked?

  18. notafan says:

    Looks like dr ruth is cranky.

    Time for a bex and a good lie down.

    Me, I dont much care for BS.

  19. incoherent rambler says:

    I’m preparing a list of cats who will be chosen to participate in the gene therapy vax trials for the pandademic.
    Digits and mounty, of course, are top of the list.

    Volunteers are always welcomed.

  20. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    Btw, apart from River Bank, do you have any other restaurants worth going to?

    In the Swan Valley? The Wild Swan, at Mandoon Estate – next to Bandyup Woman’s Prison, or Pinelli’s, just off Benara Road.

  21. Delta A says:

    Except for the one where Mankind is enslaved by Large Breasted Nubilitans from Beyond the Void.

    You’re a hoot, Winnie.

    Don’t ever change.

  22. Lysander says:

    Cat broken again?

    Looks weird…

  23. twostix says:

    Struth it’s just in the nature of things for women of that age to encourage the group to go along to get along and put a happy face on things – group harmony and survival through obedience to authority is their motivation since day zero.

    From the Congo, to Vichy France to Mexican cartel towns you’ll find a million old nota’s tut-tutting and shushing and ‘it’s not so badding’ at a million aggrieved struths ranting (and causing disharmony) about some abstract freedom thing.

    The question is why do you expect her to act any differently? Would you prefer she have the motivation and instincts of a man?

  24. Lysander says:

    don’t browse the cat on your phone or ipad as you’re likely to get very confused when it shows one single comment at the top of the page from last Tuesday. Hit refresh and it chooses another random comment from another day. Hit a link in the top right and it goes random again!

    It’s random!!!

  25. calli says:

    Lysander, I’m on an iPad and I’ve had no problems at all.

    Everything has been easy to access. The only problem for me is that comments aren’t being numbered.

  26. calli says:

    Not a “problem” a quibble. First world problem.

  27. Delta A says:

    Btw, apart from River Bank, do you have any other restaurants worth going to?

    If you’re in the area, the Lavender and Berry Farm Cafe* is a great place for lunch. Smallish menu, but lovely mains, well prepared and presented. And their pancakes are amazing, light and fluffy and served with whipped cream.

    If you visit, be sure to try (and buy) their raspberry vinaigrette. I still dream about it.

    *It’s been some time since we visited. Things might have gone pear-shaped since then.

  28. Turtle says:

    Has the Oz reported Biden’s bombings yet? Bit slow.

  29. Johno says:

    What is on the Web that is entertaining to watch?. I am a bit bored, no reality, none at all.

  30. Delta A says:

    Oops. Meant to say that the cafe mentioned above is near beautiful Pemberton.

    This area is worth a visit, if only for The Gloucester Tree, a giant karri tree 58 metres in height, the world’s second tallest fire-lookout tree.

  31. notafan says:

    That’s a very twisted version of my world view, in fact, a false one.

    I object to fiction being represented as fact, and lol at the 12 months of any day now, any day now spluttering.

    I’ve broken the rules every day since 23 March 2020 unlike Mr one day of the year small town no advertising look at me being so bwave st ruth.

  32. JMH says:

    calli says:
    February 26, 2021 at 6:03 pm
    Lysander, I’m on an iPad and I’ve had no problems at all.

    Everything has been easy to access. The only problem for me is that comments aren’t being numbered.

    I’m on desktop and can only report a massive improvement.

  33. Ed Case says:

    ***It was supported by just three judges which means its future depends on the two newest judges: Simon Steward, who joined the court after the Palmer challenge, and Jacqueline Gleeson who takes her seat on March 1.***
    Judge Jackie Gleeson, eh?

  34. calli says:

    Have to laugh.

    Lady Gag’s pooch napping is more newsworthy than the US bombing Syria.

    What a world.

  35. calli says:

    Lol.

    Gaga.

    *gag*

  36. calli says:

    Next…Trump’s tax returns.

    Syria 🦗🦗🦗

  37. johanna says:

    Johno says:
    February 26, 2021 at 6:13 pm

    What is on the Web that is entertaining to watch?. I am a bit bored, no reality, none at all.

    What sorts of things do you like?

    I’ve been mining youtube and Daily Motion for the last couple of years, and have found scads of good stuff. Give us a hint or two, and perhaps we can help.

    Oh, and zero problems with the new Cat here on my desktop – but then, I wasn’t having any problems before either.

    Seems likely that new versions of various software on various devices clogged up the works for some users.

  38. mh says:

    Shy Ted says:
    February 26, 2021 at 4:46 pm
    A 14-year-old sports star from Wales is advising US President Joe Biden on halting climate change.
    Biden & a 14 year old girl. That should be worth watching.

    Biden can sniff them out.

  39. Roger says:

    So, after reading that, twice 😉, are we better off or not – one country or a collection of states – and what of the bit about the HC accepting that WA had no other option?

    The HC judges were always going to err on the side of caution on that point.

    Having said that, I did predict that the question of proportionality would enter into the judgment.

    So, the door remains open on that point, which is some progress, at least. Now someone just has to slip their foot in and force it open.

  40. Johno says:

    Thanks Jo, basically I like Sci-Fi. This mortal coil has too much garbage floating on it to grab my attention. Most of anything here is woke or its cousin and i am not interested.

  41. Nick says:

    Gee Nota, strange your opinions are of little consequence but so dangerous lol

  42. Cassie of Sydney says:

    I haven’t had any problems with the new Cat but I miss the page numbering….quite useful.

  43. notafan says:

    Who ever expects logic in a word salad?

    Im still waiting for that linky to that *author* a couple of weeks ago.

    Simple things can be so difficult sometimes.

  44. Snoopy says:

    This is what happens when mental illness is politically weaponised. This poisonous shit must stop.

  45. johanna says:

    Oh woe! I know nothing about sci fi on the net – it’s not my thing.

    But, BoN and a few others are fans, so hopefully you will get a few suggestions. 🙂

    In re the HC, I am not optimistic. The suggestion that WA had no alternative is particularly egregious. If they have any sense at all, they will stay out of making judgements about medical and political issues, and stick to the law.

    Having leapt into doing just that, one can only hope that wiser counsel prevails, and they move back from this minefield and revert to deciding the relative powers of the States and the Commonwealth.

  46. Roger says:

    Next…Trump’s tax returns.

    Syria 🦗🦗🦗

    A poll just found that the number 1 concern of Democrat voters is…Trump voters!

    I fear the US is broken…irredeemably.

  47. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “I fear the US is broken…irredeemably.”

    I fear you are right Roger.

  48. johanna says:

    Snoopy, I saw that story. Someone who is now deceased made allegations about something that supposedly happened in 1988.

    Since a Coalition Minister was named, this is big news at TheirABC.

    Legally, it is a dead duck, but that won’t stop the usual suspects from fluffing up with self righteous rage.

    If I were the Minister, I would have the defamation lawyers on speed dial.

  49. JC says:

    “I fear the US is broken…irredeemably.”

    I’m not sure.

    The US has an “irredeemable” MSM problem. If that gets fixed things should get better.

  50. areff says:

    Milligan at it again:

    shorturl.at/lEHQ7

    Complainant is (a) dead, (b) was in and out of the nut house and (c) it allegedly happened in 1988. Naturally, ABC goes big on it.

    So, who’s the suspect. She was 18 and at uni, so alleged attacker must of comparable age, male, currently in Cabinet and most likely from NSW. That narrows the field quite a bit.

  51. bespoke says:

    Johno

    Search for ‘fan film sci fi’ on youtub.

  52. Johno says:

    Thank you Bespoke, friend

  53. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “areff says:
    February 26, 2021 at 7:16 pm
    Milligan at it again:”

    Clearly Louse Nilligan has learnt nothing. As Johanna said above, get the defamation lawyers ready.

  54. H B Bear says:

    Where’s Wilson Tuckey when you need him? How long are the Lieborals going to take this?

  55. notafan says:

    Abc report says she was sixteen at the time.

  56. Megan says:

    I haven’t had any problems with the new Cat but I miss the page numbering….quite useful.

    Agree, Cassie. Because I turn up late in the day to peruse the offerings of the Catterati whilst scrolling past the turd dumps, page numbering provided a bit of an anchor point.

    And thanks for your recommendations to follow Gad Saad. I’m really enjoying his twitter contributions and my library has provided me with a copy of the Parasitic Mind. It’s always great to find someone in academia who has a similar impatience with the utter nonsense universities have turned into shoving down the throats of students and those who fund them.

  57. johanna says:

    JC says:
    February 26, 2021 at 7:14 pm

    “I fear the US is broken…irredeemably.”

    I’m not sure.

    Agree, JC.

    People here are always predicting that the US is finished, have been doing it forever. Or is about to fall into civil war, ditto.

    I suspect that these doomsayers have a limited knowledge of US political history, which is very different from our own. Crises are meat and drink over there. It’s how they roll. As for corruption, it is as American as apple pie.

    They always bounce back.

  58. Megan says:

    The US has an “irredeemable” MSM problem. If that gets fixed things should get better.

    Any idea on how that might happen short of nuking them from space?

  59. caveman says:

    Street words……winner of the Blue Diamond will be in Golden Slipper. Any horse people around….the horse is a beast.
    This post will get lost in the either…

    CWX for the gold dudes.

  60. Steve trickler says:

    Johno says:
    February 26, 2021 at 6:54 pm
    Thanks Jo, basically I like Sci-Fi. This mortal coil has too much garbage floating on it to grab my attention. Most of anything here is woke or its cousin and i am not interested.

    Sci-Fi short films.

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7sDT8jZ76VLV1u__krUutA

  61. calli says:

    JC says:
    February 26, 2021 at 7:14 pm

    “I fear the US is broken…irredeemably.”

    I’m not sure.

    Agreed

    They aren’t like us. Never were.

  62. Leigh Lowe says:

    Funny how Seven-Nilligan’s best witnesses are like famous artists.
    They are always worth more after they are dead.

  63. miltonf says:

    JC says:
    February 26, 2021 at 7:14 pm

    “I fear the US is broken…irredeemably.”

    I’m not sure.

    Hope you are right JC. It’s too good to ruin. The American people don’t deserve this. I just don’t know what the way forward is. All this talk about the mid terms and 2024 is irrelevant if the ‘rats just top up votes to achieve the results they want. Electronic LBJ ballot box stuffing plus thumping people in the street.

  64. Cassie of Sydney says:

    The woman behind this “allegation” is dead….as Areff said above, she was mentally unstable. The MSM are running hot with this allegation.

    Kathy Sherriff has also made an allegation and she is very much alive. The MSM don’t want to know about it.

    Strange world we live in.

  65. Cassie of Sydney says:

    Remember how the MSM and the LNP kept shtum about Shorten’s allegation?

  66. incoherent rambler says:

    Never underestimate Americans.

    To paraphrase Yamamoto

  67. calli says:

    Everything there is extreme. If you’re bland, you’re out.

    Corruption, enthusiasm, investing, ruin, building, breaking, innovation, theft…the list is endless. I don’t know what it is, but it’s there.

    Canadians are Americans without the attitude. Aussies are Americans without the fire. Kiwis are Americans without the nukes. But with many…many sheep. 😀

  68. bespoke says:

    Johno

    👍

  69. Terry Pedersen says:

    My suggestion that I might change my name to Simon remains just that. An attempt to do so has not passed muster within the vagaries of current Cat commenting.

  70. Roger says:

    The US has an “irredeemable” MSM problem. If that gets fixed things should get better.
    \
    The media stoke this fire but they didn’t light it.

    It’s been licking about the US body politic since at least 1968.

    The general population has not been as divided into separate camps since the 1850s, and we know how that division was resolved, or not.

  71. H B Bear says:

    Nothing like a change of socks.

  72. johanna says:

    Guy who sold $17 million worth of drugs ‘not motivated by money’ according to his lawyer.

    During his sentencing hearing in Sydney’s Downing Centre District Court on Friday, Cody Ward’s barrister described the 26-year-old as a “model prisoner” whose crimes were motivated by “seeking acceptance” after being “plagued” by social anxiety throughout his years at school.

    “This did not involve bikie gangs or weapons or corruption,” defence barrister Kieran Ginges said.

    “This is one man who played Grand Theft Auto while being isolated in the school yard.

    “The world of a young man who had no real concept of what he was doing … he was desensitised … he didn’t really appreciate the affects that these drugs could have on people.”

    Of course, anyone might have have run a $17 million dollar drug business on the Dark Web because they were unpopular at school, while not being concerned about money.

    The worst of it is, in some jurisdictions (I’m looking at you, ACT) this eyewash might even be believed.

  73. johanna says:

    The general population has not been as divided into separate camps since the 1850s, and we know how that division was resolved, or not.

    Roger, the US was very divided as recently as the late 60s/early 70s. Violently divided, complete with huge riots about civil rights and the Vietnam War.

    You need to stop reading the MSM, and start reading some history.

  74. notafan says:

    Most people wash them when they change them though.

  75. Roger says:

    Roger, the US was very divided as recently as the late 60s/early 70s.

    Er…you evidently missed my mention of 1968.

    You need to stop reading the MSM, and start reading some history.

    The Federalist Papers are on my reading list atm.

    Anyone familiar with the Founding Fathers will know fragile they understood American democracy to be.

    A word of advice: don’t bother with second hand “history”; read the primary sources.

  76. dover_beach says:

    Ftb, you asked this morning what the policy is be home today’s air strikes in Syria? Probably this.

  77. Old Lefty says:

    A rare victory for sanity: the words women and mother are not verboten.

    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-56204865

    But this loopy draft legislation came from a so-called conservative government. Don’t they realise that constituencies such as Durham North West voted Tory for the first time at the last election because they were fed up with this sort of politically correct crap?

  78. calli says:

    Roger, did you enjoy my family photo at 7:41?

    That’s Jefferson on the right. 😀

    Our guy is the kindly Arthur Philip obeying the King’s orders.

  79. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV) says:

    Leaked Insider Tape Reveals Salesforce’s Plan to Deplatform ‘Broader Range’ of Customers

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GBUK1jMvKAE

  80. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV) says:

    no youtube plugin?

  81. H B Bear says:

    Nothing like running a multi million dollar drug ring to cause anxiety. What do you do to relax?

  82. Leigh Lowe says:

    johanna says:

    February 26, 2021 at 7:58 pm

    Guy who sold $17 million worth of drugs ‘not motivated by money’ according to his lawyer

    So he sold the drugs at cost then, did he?

  83. Ed Case says:

    Interesting that the ALP and ABC are running hard with a story about a Cabinet Minister’s activity back in 1988, as alleged by a dead person.
    Even if it was 100% true, how does that affect his competency or otherwise as a Cabinet Minister in 2021?
    Meanwhile, we’ve got a Cabinet coverup of a crime from 2019 in Parliament House, the ALP, ABC show absolutely no interest,
    The Oz is running with a front Page NothingBurger about Craig Kelly’s sleazy looking office manager, that’s how uninterested they are in Brittany’s story.

  84. Roger says:

    Roger, did you enjoy my family photo at 7:41?

    Ah, just looked at it…very good.

    And yes, you’re right, for all the shared family, history they’re just not like us.

    No cricket to speak of, for starters!

    And in the US the radical spirit of English non-conformism was allowed to develop untempered except by French radicalism and German rationalism, a flawed alloy resulting.

    I think it was Churchill who remarked that America and England (and by extension Australia & NZ) were two countries separated by a common language. 🙂

  85. Shy Ted says:

    Caught a few minutes of Bernardi on the nearly unwatchable Sky. Got to say I was impressed. Wasted his time in parliament. Need a few more like him let off the leash.

    Here you go, Johno, good watching with lots of links.

  86. old bloke says:

    calli says:
    February 26, 2021 at 7:47 pm

    Canadians are Americans without the attitude. Aussies are Americans without the fire. Kiwis are Americans without the nukes. But with many…many sheep. 😀

    An American acquaintance of mine has a different view, he says that Australians are Americans and New Zealanders are Canadians.

  87. johanna says:

    A word of advice: don’t bother with second hand “history”; read the primary sources.

    No need to get snarky, Roger. I am not sure what you mean by that comment, but my point is that the political history of the US is very turbulent compared to ours, and that there is nothing new about corruption in US politics.

    You claim that things are so bad that it is the equivalent of the lead up to the Civil War. I say that you are exaggerating without understanding the history of US politics.

    Doing a snooty ‘Well, I am reading the Founding Fathers’ papers’ thing doesn’t cut it. We are not discussing that. We are discussing the history subsequent.

  88. shatterzzz says:

    don’t browse the cat on your phone or ipad as you’re likely to get very confused when it shows one single comment at the top of the page from last Tuesday. Hit refresh and it chooses another random comment from another day. Hit a link in the top right and it goes random again!
    I’m having the same problem on the desktop running Brave .. when the page turns can’t go back .. missed this morning’s cartoons .. duuuuuuuh!

  89. johanna says:

    O Canada.

    Gavin McInnes did some hilarious shows featuring his SJW brother, Miles (Gavin in PC clothes). They are probably deleted from youtube now.

    Miles was your classic whiny beta male with a Canadian accent. When faced with the internal contradictions of his arguments, he would cry, take the foetal position, or put his fingers in his ears and go la la la la la.

    The sad thing is, Canadian culture is rapidly being attacked by massive immigration and refugee intake from countries which have no concept of the legendary Canadian politeness. Canadian politeness and civility is/was a real thing, but it won’t be for long.

  90. Rockdoctor says:

    Nice clip Zippy, Project Veritas do good work. Bret didn’t like scrutiny much.

  91. Shy Ted says:

    Watching a couple of minutes of Planet America so you don’t have to. There’s no bucket big enough. Most used phrase – “this is not Biden’ fault”.

  92. Steve trickler says:

    All those years skateboarding and I learned how to fall to the ground and not suffer a faceplant.

    Destination Fucked!

  93. johanna says:

    I note that a lot of publicity was given to a nutter who wore swastitkas and allegedly attacked an Aboriginal woman with a lit spray can this week.

    If it is true, he deserves a heavy sentence. But, what the meeja were excited about was that this fruitcake was a ‘neo-na*i’.

    Every opportunity was taken to remind us that ASIO was very exercised about ‘right wing terrorism.’

    If she had been attacked with the traditional Aboriginal weapon of a star picket, her case would not have rated a single mention in the MSM.

  94. johanna says:

    Ted, it is no wonder that most Australians have such a skewed view of the US.

    The MSM universally show anti-Trump propaganda, no doubt provided to them at favourable rates by their pals in the US.

    Ever since Trump rode down the escalator, every single program about him has been negative. Every single one.

    They run the US MSM programs, all of which are anti-Trump. An Australian watching this stuff might wonder how on earth he ever got elected.

    I have written before about how my support for Trump cost me a 40+ year old friendship.

    Now, I see that the Masters of the Universe are doing deals to prop up our failing MSM, at a cost of peanuts to them.

  95. Struth says:

    Struth it’s just in the nature of things for women of that age to encourage the group to go along to get along and put a happy face on things – group harmony and survival through obedience to authority is their motivation since day zero.

    From the Congo, to Vichy France to Mexican cartel towns you’ll find a million old nota’s tut-tutting and shushing and ‘it’s not so badding’ at a million aggrieved struths ranting (and causing disharmony) about some abstract freedom thing.

    The question is why do you expect her to act any differently? Would you prefer she have the motivation and instincts of a man?

    I know exactly what I’m dealing with regarding Notafan, and I don’t expect her to act differently, but yes, these days, they cannot be ignored as they were in the past, as they vote and they have too much to say, too much power, , so when Notafan displays the standard female traits, yet comes in as if she’s got balls to swing, then men have a duty to shut them up. Notafan types 50 years ago were not a problem. Notafan types today, with the female vote and power as we now find it, is the reason we are in this shit, and their hysterics and capitulation when the shit hits the fan must be confronted. In a way they are like spoilt children, demanding to be heard, all rights, no responsibility taken. We are in this mess because of the many Notafans throughout the public service, in politics and mouthing off as enraged Karens, running education etc all over the place. The emasculation of this nation finds us all in the servitude..

    group harmony and survival through obedience to authority

    that women naturally feel comfortable with. They kicked men out of being the head of the household, got scared, and replaced them with the government.
    The disgusting thing about notafan is that while carrying on like your typical woman, which comforts her, completely emotionally driven, and wired as you describe, she mouths off in the digital world as if she is a bloke…….but a bloke who doesn’t factor in a smack in the mouth from the other men, as all actual men must.
    Protected yet still bombastic.
    And that’s just dangerous.
    And there are many like her.

  96. Leigh Lowe says:

    Wow!
    Amazing stream of … stuff.

  97. mh says:

    Donald Trump Jr.
    @DonaldJTrumpJr
    I’d say it’s #WhitePrivilege but we all know it’s really #LiberalPrivilege

    New York Post
    @nypost
    Prosecutors drop DWI, reckless driving charges against Bruce Springsteen https://trib.al/9cuk4tb

  98. notafan says:

    Bex and good lie down no longer an effective remedy for hysteria, obviously.

  99. Knuckle Dragger says:

    I see a fair chunk of today’s discussion remained foot-related.

    I will only make two further points:

    1. If there is any human tissue left on anything after three months in the ocean it’s a miracle. There won’t be growth on it to be analysed because everything except the bone will have been eaten by something; and
    2. If ‘current/tidal modelling’ couldn’t assist in finding a great big frigging jet using aerodynamics and radar/sonar imaging, it is difficult to say with confidence that a single human foot has been taken, undisturbed by sea life and by currents, along more than half the NSW coastline to Bermagui from its starting point.

  100. johanna says:

    struth, your feud with the McNotafans is becoming tedious.

    It is much easier to berate women than it is to berate the men who (according to you) have let the catastrophes you rant about happen.

    Like most of the smart, rational women here, I let your absurd generalisations about us go through to the keeper. Not worth worrying about. Just another inadequate male, venting.

    If you really believe what you are saying, stop blaming the winners and start blaming the losers, of whom you are one.

  101. notafan says:

    Someone has worked themselves into a really big lather.

    And seriously coming from a bloke that apparently lives off his wife’s income, laughable.

  102. johanna says:

    Knuckles, my then boyfriend’s sister and her friend found a human penis washed up on the beach at Mollymook, not far from where the foot was found, in the 1980s.

    Its owner was never identified.

  103. Struth says:

    And you can get back in the kitchen too, Johanna.
    I’ll just have a tea, white , no sugar…….racist I know.

  104. Knuckle Dragger says:

    Peter Terrysen at 7.51:

    ‘My suggestion that I might change my name to Simon remains just that.’

    Simon Townsend? Simon Bolivar?

  105. Steve trickler says:

    Dragged to safety. He’s lucky he wasn’t cooked.

    Raw

  106. rickw says:

    An American acquaintance of mine has a different view, he says that Australians are Americans and New Zealanders are Canadians.

    I think this is pretty accurate.

  107. johanna says:

    Pathetic. Sad. Defeatist.

  108. Knuckle Dragger says:

    ‘Knuckles, my then boyfriend’s sister and her friend found a human penis washed up on the beach at Mollymook, not far from where the foot was found, in the 1980s.

    ‘Its owner was never identified.’

    Attention Peter Terrysen.

    Package for you at the front desk.

  109. Struth says:

    Got any cake?

  110. notafan says:

    What a zinger, though.

  111. rickw says:

    Dragged to safety. He’s lucky he wasn’t cooked.

    After the first bit of resistance to getting out I would have slammed the door and walked away.

  112. Mitch M. says:

    Falling sperm counts ‘threaten human survival’, expert warns

    It comes after a study she co-authored in 2017 found that sperm counts in the west had plummeted by 59% between 1973 and 2011, making headlines globally.

    While contraception, cultural shifts and the cost of having children are likely to be contributing factors, Swan warns of indicators that suggest there are also biological reasons – including increasing miscarriage rates, more genital abnormalities among boys and earlier puberty for girls.

    Sperm counts have been falling for decades with no obvious cause though anti-androgens should not be discounted. The above reference to that is one of many studies. What is widely under appreciated is that in utero\neonatal exposure to xenoestrogens and anti-androgens have implications for brain maturation.

  113. rickw says:

    Had to sit through one slide on climate change today. This shit is mass insanity.

    People these days have honestly lost all ability to smell bullshit.

  114. Struth says:

    If you dumb bints would stop and take a breath once in a while and not prove my analysis correct with every post, you would know I blame men for all of this, I’ve said it often, over and over,… and especially the white knight (racist) betas who will probably jump to your defense.
    That is why I said it. For the benefit of the very decent western men here who have been far too kind and supportive of their women and gone against nature to let them rise to a position on the social ladder they neither want or can handle. It’s been very irresponsible of us and we are paying for it now.

    Now how about a bicky or two with me cuppa?

  115. mh says:

    Most likely a penis fish.

  116. Gab says:

    Had to sit through one slide on climate change today

    I feel your pain!

    Although sitting through 4 hours of a RAP session (Reconciliation Action Plan, re Aborigines) is worse.

  117. candy says:

    Looks like the sun may have set on Catallaxy.

  118. Knuckle Dragger says:

    ‘Looks like the sun may have set on Catallaxy.’

    Well, it’s dark outside.

    Duh.

  119. Struth says:

    Most likely a penis fish.

    Women like them apparently, some are considered a complete meal others just a snack.

    They do say if you catch one and they are undersized you can put them in warm water until legal.
    The Asian Penis Fish often gets mistaken for a juvenile Australasian variety……

  120. Knuckle Dragger says:

    The best way to work out what happened to the foot is clearly a documentary of some type, preferably produced by a recently-released crook with an axe to grind, and complete with sinister music at appropriate times.

    Mood lighting and the odd re-enactment wouldn’t go astray, either.

    I nominate Danny Nikolic as the prime suspect. In something or other. He’s in jail in Fiji, but we won’t worry about minutiae.

  121. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    Although sitting through 4 hours of a RAP session (Reconciliation Action Plan, re Aborigines) is worse.

    I commend you on your patience.

  122. Delta A says:

    I’m currently in a debate on Facebook re: the use of aborted foetus cells in the covid vaccine. All info on Google has been white-washed to ‘no, not really’.

    Please, any Cats with relevant links?

  123. incoherent rambler says:

    Sperm counts have been falling for decades …

    In men or women?

  124. Steve trickler says:

    rickw says:
    February 26, 2021 at 9:44 pm
    Dragged to safety. He’s lucky he wasn’t cooked.

    After the first bit of resistance to getting out I would have slammed the door and walked away.

    Raw and powerful. 22:45

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oCZcH4dwrik

  125. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV) says:

    Sperm counts have been falling for decades …

    In men or women?

    boom boom

  126. Steve trickler says:

    Those two being flown out did not survive. They were just watching.

  127. incoherent rambler says:

    glad you liked it zip.

  128. dover_beach says:

    Kirkup and the WA Lieborals

    Listened to Credlin about this; wtf was the party thinking appointing a thirtysomething know nothing whose policy preferences are leftist?

  129. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV) says:

    Had to sit through one slide on climate change today. This shit is mass insanity.

    That’s exactly what I told the wife last week, the world lurches from one form of mass insanity to another. Best thing to do is stay the fuck out of the way till it burns itself out.

  130. Mitch M. says:

    incoherent rambler says:
    February 26, 2021 at 10:10 pm
    Sperm counts have been falling for decades …

    In men or women?

    Obviously both.

  131. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV) says:

    Although sitting through 4 hours of a RAP session (Reconciliation Action Plan, re Aborigines) is worse.

    resign for chrissakes

  132. mh says:

    In men or women?

    Thats so binary.

  133. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV) says:

    It’s a fucking madhouse out there… brain eating zombies have us surrounded

    Mr Potato Head goes gender neutral as Hasbro drops mister from brand name

    Mr Potato Head company backflips on gender neutral names: Drastic change to Toy Story character mocked

  134. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV) says:

    from linkless link

    Mr Potato Head company backflips on gender neutral names: Drastic change to Toy Story character mocked

    “I told my 7-year-old daughter that Mr. Potato Head is gender neutral now and she smiled and said, “This is the greatest day of my life. Finally I can be at peace.” We hugged and I started sobbing. It was so beautiful.

  135. Mark A says:

    Interesting Question,

    why do all the planets’ moons in the solar system have a name and ours doesn’t?

    🤔🤔

  136. custard says:

    @JoeBiden says that he is a “government official “ not the President.

    Just saying.

  137. Geriatric Mayfly says:

    I told my 7-year-old daughter that Mr. Potato Head is gender neutral now and she smiled and said, “This is the greatest day of my life. Finally I can be at peace.” We hugged and I started sobbing. It was so beautiful.

    Is this Brian Stelter the CNN tuber that people are talking about? If so, I can see how it would stir emotions if he suddenly appeared as androgynous.

  138. Leigh Lowe says:

    Re the alleged owner of the Bermagui Foot.
    It is a plant.
    She has skipped town.

  139. Dr Faustus says:

    why do all the planets’ moons in the solar system have a name and ours doesn’t?

    The name’s Moon. The Moon.

  140. Bar Beach Swimmer says:

    Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:
    February 26, 2021 at 5:46 pm
    Btw, apart from River Bank, do you have any other restaurants worth going to?

    In the Swan Valley? The Wild Swan, at Mandoon Estate – next to Bandyup Woman’s Prison, or Pinelli’s, just off Benara Road

    👍

  141. Leigh Lowe says:

    I nominate Danny Nikolic as the prime suspect. In something or other. He’s in jail in Fiji, but we won’t worry about minutiae.

    I think Johnny Nikolic is in the clink in Fiji for another failed acquatic adventure.
    As far as I know Danny is still riding ponies as fast as they can possibly go.

  142. Mark A says:

    Danny is still riding ponies

    I thought his application was refused?

  143. Leigh Lowe says:

    Dr Faustus says:

    February 26, 2021 at 10:59 pm

    why do all the planets’ moons in the solar system have a name and ours doesn’t?

    The name’s Moon. The Moon.

    Exactly.
    No need to distinguish when there is only one.
    But, if we must have a name, we should call it Keith.
    Keith Moon.

  144. incoherent rambler says:

    The Moon

    It is Lua in Portuguese.

    I do not know the word for the moon in other languages, but I guess there is a different name in each language.

  145. Leigh Lowe says:

    Yes, I think Danny has retired gracefully.

  146. Dot says:

    An American acquaintance of mine has a different view, he says that Australians are Americans and New Zealanders are Canadians.

    Who’s the sheep?

  147. Dot says:

    Barry

    Barry Moon.

    “Ziron, let is travel to the Earth’s moon, Barry…”

    “Capital idea, Dr Duran Duran…to Barry it is.”

    Barrington Moon to his friends.

    IRL:

    Moony McMoonface?

  148. mh says:

    Moon…sounds too Korean.

  149. Mark A says:

    Dr Faustus says:
    February 26, 2021 at 10:59 pm

    why do all the planets’ moons in the solar system have a name and ours doesn’t?

    The name’s Moon. The Moon.

    Fair enough but I thought the word described a companion to a planet, ie. circling its planet.
    But I’m happy with the name The Moon also.

  150. incoherent rambler says:

    Difficult to homogenise the US.
    NY vs Texans vs Wyoming vs Tennessee …

    there are countries with less difference than the American states.

    a bit like the gulf between capital city and country in Australia.

  151. incoherent rambler says:

    Mond in German.

    Hence Monday, I guess.

  152. Megan says:

    Now how about a bicky or two with me cuppa?

    What did your last slave die of? Besides we only have home made banana and choc chip muffins on offer at Villa Megan.

  153. Bar Beach Swimmer says:

    how about a bicky or two with me cuppa?

    Too late, kitchen’s closed 🙂

  154. Leigh Lowe says:

    johanna says:

    February 26, 2021 at 9:40 pm

    Knuckles, my then boyfriend’s sister and her friend found a human penis washed up on the beach at Mollymook, not far from where the foot was found, in the 1980s.

    Presumably it was not a foot?

  155. Gab says:

    Delta A

    Go to cogforlife.org It is an excellent resource that has been around for many years. The specifics for covid vaccines is here: https://cogforlife.org/wp-content/uploads/vaccineListOrigFormat.pdf

    but there is also a great deal of information on that site.

  156. … the legendary Canadian politeness. Canadian politeness and civility is/was a real thing…

    I’ve lived in Canada, I’ve employed Canadians.

    I have no idea what you are talking about.
    I do not recognise in your statement the Canada & Canadians I’ve encountered.

  157. Gab says:

    Delta A – on that second link, there are embedded links for the covid vccines.

  158. Eyrie says:

    why do all the planets’ moons in the solar system have a name and ours doesn’t?

    Luna, Selene, for two names.

    There are others.

  159. Leigh Lowe says:

    Fun fact.
    Missing sandshoe lady had more funds under management than Alex Turnbull.

  160. mh says:

    She is filth

    Tucker: Who is Liz Cheney and what does she stand for?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PX8p4GQcZFM

  161. miltonf says:

    No SOTU from old poo poo pants
    All of a sudden, here it is the end of February and there is no State of the Union (SOTU) address scheduled for President Biden.

  162. Knuckle Dragger says:

    ‘Yes, I think Danny has retired gracefully.Righto.

    What’s Belle Gibson doing?

    Our Shayna maybe?

  163. Mitch M. says:

    Leigh Lowe says:
    February 26, 2021 at 11:44 pm
    Fun fact.
    Missing sandshoe lady had more funds under management than Alex Turnbull.

    Same thing happened in Canada, multiple times.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2052119/Severed-feet-British-Columbia-Foot-identified-belonging-woman-jumped-death-bridge.html

  164. Knuckle Dragger says:

    Shit.

    Chewing*. Apologies.

    *Not on a foot.

  165. Black Ball says:

    Good morning all.
    I note that this summer has been the coldest in 2 decades, according to some BOM boffin. But only because of climate change. The reasoning being that these 2 decades have been getting hotter than hell, so this year sort of back to normal.
    Just paraphrasing from a report in the Hun.
    Need a bit of Sun now, going to be mid 20s for bowls, if that. But I am not using a 70 million dollar computer to tell me this

  166. Top Ender says:

    This is an ex-thread. It has ceased to be.

  167. Nah, it’s just pining for a while longer.

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