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  1. It's Ok, this guy has been checked for weapons and none were found.
  2. That was a close shave. I see you've been using Nivea for Men So this is what a back, sack and crack looks like You've got some balls coming in like that This isn't Embarrassing Bodies Is that a gun in your pocket or are you just glad to see me?
  3. Must be cold because that looks like a fanny Ok, give me a pen and I'll sign your ball Why have you got Lvrol tattooed on your cock?
  4. There is a certain irony about this. His outrage about the history of NI hasn't prevented him from plying his trade at the source of his outrage. Personally, if I've ever hated/disliked/etc. something, I've been pretty clear about it AND not done it/eaten it/engaged with it/etc. Maybe the money swung it for him rather than staying home in NI or going elsewhere? What does that say about him?
  5. Stupidity isn't punishable by death. If it was, there would be a hell of a population drop. And that's a quote by the way
  6. Anonymisation, umm, one of those great words that tends to be quite meaningless in the digital age. The bigger the foot print you leave on the net, the more likely your anonymity is compromised. I am not a privacy nut, I just know how data collection/crunching works. If you don't care, then proceed. Looks like his research is for an Australian university and subject to Australian data protection laws - it is not clear if GDPR would be followed. Looks like qualtrics is being used to collect the data, this is an American company. My view, America is not renowned for its value on data privacy e.g. see most American social media behemoths and you'll see that they aren't paragons of virtue when it comes to data privacy. No problem with research like this (I really don't care if someone is gay and I don't care if they want to keep it private, it is their choice). This survey does not appear to be UK based, so you take your chances when it comes to the privacy of the data and the anonymisation.
  7. Ultimately, it's the government who set the agenda on mass gatherings. Suspect the jobsworths in councillors are coming out and they'll be put back in their box soon enough. As to cancelling the season, I don't see why there is a need to make such a decision now.
  8. It would be funnier if some thought was put into the spelling etc. Other suggestions: If you are concerned about social distancing, wear one of these Ever seen anyone wearing one of these? I'll bet they weren't having social distancing problems. If you're having problems getting toilet rolls, no problem, get one of these because they are always in stock.
  9. More likely, it will be pointed out that there is a rumour that he likes licking things and he will be invited to demonstrate
  10. I suspect he's going to find out what pfisting is in the near future
  11. To be clear, I understand everything you've said - I gave a nuclear solution to a 'what can we do' question. As to your points, this is the 'we can't do anything because...' answer. It's an inertia answer. The real solution, if people 'really' want to do something, is to do something in the middle e.g. wean ourselves off of China and become self reliant - this would take years.
  12. There is something that can be done and that's not to buy their kit... superpower or no superpower, you can't argue with peoples choices. It's a bit like Coronavirus, it knows no boundaries, it does not care, it is not out there to get you but it does require an individual to be a muppet and not follow some basic rules. Get individuals to drop China produced kit and encourage the government to do the same and soon enough, China will get the message. This is an ideal and it's not going to happen. Greta might not be everyone's cup of tea but she started a movement that is causing people to sit up and listen. Pity there is no 'Greta' for putting pressure on China.
  13. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-52045797 Is this an indicator of what is on the way after all of this has blown over? Taxes will be raised no doubt to pay back all of the money spent on this debacle. I suspect austerity will be reimposed. Environmental policies will fall by the wayside. Bottom line, a shit storm might be on its way. On the bright side, I'm expecting BCFC to be promoted in the next millennia or two.
  14. That will be the law of unintended consequences coming into play. My mate's mate, told him that if you drink tonic water, the quinine will protect you for Corona. I said it probably needs to be drunk with a lot of gin and you won't care.
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