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1 minute ago, Wolfsbane said:

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Well, if it stop cruelty to animal's, that great.. can they not use fish instead? ;)

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2 minutes ago, ruffdiamond said:

Well, if it stop cruelty to animal's, that great.. can they not use fish instead? ;)

Plenty will be sleeping with the fishes soon enough...;)

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5 minutes ago, Blupanther said:

Plenty will be sleeping with the fishes soon enough...;)

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11 minutes ago, Blupanther said:

Plenty will be sleeping with the fishes soon enough...;)

Does that mean there'll be plenty oil in the future?

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The old Kung flu never made it down to Cornwall, no excess deaths. More to follow...

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1 hour ago, Diamondboy said:

A post that is an opinion, do you have a link to prove your opinion? You know them links that you keep asking everyone else for. 

You can see from my use of the words “I suspect” that I was stating an opinion and therefore the “link” is the post itself.  :)

I normally ask for links where people state what they allege to be “facts”, like Vince Blachshadow yesterday saying that the anti-lockdown march appeared on BBC TV news but he was unable to find a link to prove that point.

Having said that, I could quite easily find links about border closures in Uganda, Vietnam and Australia.

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10 minutes ago, Blupanther said:

The old Kung flu never made it down to Cornwall, no excess deaths. More to follow...

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Maybe they had built a wall made out of pasty's,,, using swede rather than turnip? :t:

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40 minutes ago, DC2 said:

You can see from my use of the words “I suspect” that I was stating an opinion and therefore the “link” is the post itself.  :)

I normally ask for links where people state what they allege to be “facts”, like Vince Blachshadow yesterday saying that the anti-lockdown march appeared on BBC TV news but he was unable to find a link to prove that point.

Having said that, I could quite easily find links about border closures in Uganda, Vietnam and Australia.

I provided a link to the story on the BBC site and posted I saw the item on the news. You say you can't remember so it couldn't have been on the news .My link to your memory. I'm happy, I don't care much what you think.

Whilst on the subject of not providing, I asked you a question a couple of times yesterday. No answer yet.

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3 hours ago, Wolfsbane said:

There's no longer anything else to say to folks who still haven't worked out the role the MSM are playing.

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For the most part I don’t credit the MSM with the ability to get inebriated in a hostelry or  with the integrity  to see an old lady across the road without nicking her purse. However that was not really the question.

My question was “ Why should I give any greater credence to the Twitterati than the little I give to MSM ?”  Not a difficult question I would have thought unless the answer is “ Don’t give any credence to Twitter and /or Facebook than you would give to Piers Moron or Alistair Campbell . “  

So , once again why should I give any credence to unsupported statements from the Twtterati ?

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