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    Re: Moral outrage

    If you consider the amount of land and the number of major cities within thirty meters of sea level I would see at least a short term problem with the added population pressure - the "new lands" that...
  2. Re: Shocked but not Surprised, generic drugs

    As you say, not surprised. When those doing the buying are not directly affected by the costs then there is far less oversight of the prices and it is far easier to get away with this type of price...
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    Re: Will President Trump run for a second term?

    I stand corrected.
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    Re: Will President Trump run for a second term?

    OK, OK, I submit :-)
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    Re: Will President Trump run for a second term?

    The suspicion was there and the search was to find the evidence (if any), surely :-)
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    Re: Will President Trump run for a second term?

    Is it not the FBI's mandated function to investigate any suspected breach of federal law?
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    Re: Will President Trump run for a second term?

    Can you name another country that survived the level of (unjustifiable) economic sanctions the US imposed for so many decades - far from being a failure Cuba shows what can be done in a desperate...
  8. Thread: Red meat

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    Re: Red meat

    Most shootings took place in businesses, schools and workplaces. In over half of the incidents, the shooter chose the location specifically to target at least one of the victims. Others’ motives are...
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    Re: Red meat

    So would a gangland spat in which a guy attempted to take out a couple of members of a rival gang be considered an active shooter event?
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    Re: is there anyone alive out there ?

    Yes, London was a never to be forgotten blast.

    As for the debates, they were fun - intense and with much disagreement but with few exceptions, civilised. The likes of Far Rider / Jester and Hoss...
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    Re: is there anyone alive out there ?

    <Waves> Hi, great times all round - would that they'd come again :-6
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    Re: Kansas Says Goodbye To 3.2 Beer

    There are so many British real ales that I've not tried yet, I'll leave the German stuff until I have :-)
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    Re: Kansas Says Goodbye To 3.2 Beer

    The general range round here would be 3.6 to 5.5 - you get beers of higher gravity but they're not the norm.

    3.2 would be very much betwixt and between, too light for a session ale but too heavy...
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    Re: Positive outcome from brexit

    He May have or he might be bending the truth but if he wants to use psychic influence he’ll have to spoon feed us :-)
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    Re: Positive outcome from brexit

    The breaches of electoral law on the part of the Leave campaign were serious enough that they were taken to court and fined heavily, the same cannot be said of the Remain campaign so unless you are...
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    Re: Positive outcome from brexit

    So you believe that it is acceptable for politicians to deliberately lie and break electoral law in order to win a vote and that once a vote is won in that way it is irrevocable?
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    Re: Positive outcome from brexit

    Talking of separation from reality, did you note that Trump Jr is complaining that the UK is not acting according to his father's instructions over Brexit :wah:
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    Re: Positive outcome from brexit

    Whilst a hard Brexit is by no means ideal it is infinitely preferable to the impossible deal that May has put on the table and appears to be obsessively committed to.

    On the other hand, I am...
  19. Re: Submarine detection by gravitational anomaly

    I’m not convinced that they will improve quickly enough to be significant, remember, the closer the sub approaches an empty shell density wise the less detectable it will be until your resolution...
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    Re: Positive outcome from brexit

    I strongly suspect that now the lies and cheating have been exposed a large number of people in my constituency have changed their minds removing the very small majority that existed.

    Tell you...
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