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Merry xmas everyone ...

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having a very white xmas this year .. when I run out I'll move onto red.


Google got something right....

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https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/world/109282138/google-ceo-explains-why-donald-trump-comes-up-in-search-for-idiot?fbclid=IwAR29mm4KSqE7tRL1uOXfJMM21D5aeGMgV9ZWJhYbBim-UDJ_gOQiMB5dAc8


wow … with determination you can overcome anything ….

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The last words of jesus Crist.....

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Save me a egg ill be back for easter.


How to win at a Candy Floss eating competition.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9yq9roylH-s


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It's been a long time since I've posted anything .

Many americans need to read the facts and not just listen to what a racist president says as he blatantly twists the truf to justify his own goals.

The WHO says it was told by China of "a pneumonia of an unknown cause" on 31 December 2019.

On 12 January, China publicly shared the genetic sequence for the new coronavirus.

On 20 and 21 January, a regional WHO team visited Wuhan.

A public statement was issued by the WHO on 22 January setting out what they had discovered.

On 28 January, Dr Tedros went to Beijing to discuss the outbreak with China's leaders.

On 14 January, the WHO tweeted: "Preliminary investigations conducted by the Chinese authorities have found no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission."

But the same day, the head of the WHO's emerging diseases unit, Maria van Kerkhove, appeared to contradict this, suggesting to journalists that "limited" human-to-human transmission had been observed in Wuhan. She did however stress that there was no clear evidence of "sustained" transmission between people.

It wasn't until 22 January that the WHO confirmed there was clear evidence of human-to-human transmission in Wuhan.

The WHO has denied media reports that it delayed making this evidence public at China's request.

The US restricted travel from China and other countries from 2 February.

But there is no record of the WHO publicly criticising this move.

And it would have been highly unusual for it to do so.

But it had, on 10 January, put out advice recommending no international travel restrictions in response to the virus.

And this was reconfirmed in a statement at the end of February, saying travel bans were not usually that effective and could have an adverse social and economic impact, although they might be justified for a short period of time at the start of an outbreak.

It's certainly the case that the WHO has publicly praised China's response to the coronavirus outbreak and its "commitment to transparency", something that has clearly angered the US president in recent weeks.

However, many other experts and political leaders, including Mr Trump, have also praised China's initial response to the outbreak.

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Have you ever seen a ghost/something supernatural?

Only here .... Jebus-Zeus ... sure he counts.

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Helpbot,

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Go away help bot!

This is my Post! Always stealing my thunder, Who does this guy think he is?

Can't I Make one post without your bugging me!
I said right at the bottom its a casual post!

Next time you come around these parts I'm gonna poor water on you!

Oh wait. Technology today is water proof...

Well.. then......

Then.....

Uh...

...

I'll box you up and ship you to North Korea!!
Hah.

After she put this in her last post he's now in hiding.

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Save or invest?

I have invested a lot ... but not in stock or shares but in property ....

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often times i find myself thinking

the problem is not destroying the atoms that the space craft is make up from. As a object reaches anywhere near the speed of light the atoms of all heavier elements will get ripped apart due to the quantum forces applying to them. This means only the smallest and lightest particle can ever reach a velocity that would make interstellar travel possible.

You can make a large space ship and launch knowing that it would take generations to get there.... but then as to travel beyond the outermost reaches of the sun you would need to make all the energy you will need to sustain life aboard the ship ..... again it would end up completely impractical.

As for "warp" drive approach ..... yes there is science to it .... but once again the quantum forces generated in that approach would rip apart the atoms and molecules would seem to simply fall apart.

Its like the theory of using a black hole to travel back in time..... yes the theory has been worked out ..... but no atom would survive as it would be ripped to bits.

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It's been a long time since I've posted anything .

Many americans need to read the facts and not just listen to what a racist president says as he blatantly twists the truf to justify his own goals.

The WHO says it was told by China of "a pneumonia of an unknown cause" on 31 December 2019.

On 12 January, China publicly shared the genetic sequence for the new coronavirus.

On 20 and 21 January, a regional WHO team visited Wuhan.

A public statement was issued by the WHO on 22 January setting out what they had discovered.

On 28 January, Dr Tedros went to Beijing to discuss the outbreak with China's leaders.

On 14 January, the WHO tweeted: "Preliminary investigations conducted by the Chinese authorities have found no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission."

But the same day, the head of the WHO's emerging diseases unit, Maria van Kerkhove, appeared to contradict this, suggesting to journalists that "limited" human-to-human transmission had been observed in Wuhan. She did however stress that there was no clear evidence of "sustained" transmission between people.

It wasn't until 22 January that the WHO confirmed there was clear evidence of human-to-human transmission in Wuhan.

The WHO has denied media reports that it delayed making this evidence public at China's request.

The US restricted travel from China and other countries from 2 February.

But there is no record of the WHO publicly criticising this move.

And it would have been highly unusual for it to do so.

But it had, on 10 January, put out advice recommending no international travel restrictions in response to the virus.

And this was reconfirmed in a statement at the end of February, saying travel bans were not usually that effective and could have an adverse social and economic impact, although they might be justified for a short period of time at the start of an outbreak.

It's certainly the case that the WHO has publicly praised China's response to the coronavirus outbreak and its "commitment to transparency", something that has clearly angered the US president in recent weeks.

However, many other experts and political leaders, including Mr Trump, have also praised China's initial response to the outbreak.

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Can't someone tell that moron there is no such organized group as Antifa?

From the article

The U.S. does not yet have a domestic terrorism law — meaning that there is no legal mechanism in place for Trump to designate Antifa as a terrorist organization.

makes me lol

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It's been a long time since I've posted anything .

You will be amazed at the number of products from large named american companies that rely of chinease manufactoring for their products. Its funny Americans calling for sactions when a large part of their econamy reliy on them.

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Home network safety in a share house

Windows dose not allow files to be shared with other home network devices unless you set that up … it will never share login details such as passwords even if you allow another computer access to your files.

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