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  1. 3G in Restaurants?

    I guess this means the whole thing will be one big circle of infection and variants...
  2. 3G in Restaurants?

    Breaking is that the next variant may be on the way. In line wiht current naming rules it will get the next letter in the Greek alphabet, Pi. Mathematicians at MIT have said they roughly estimate it will be 3.14 times more infectious than Omicron. When pushed they said they could get that number more accurate, but that would take, like, well, forever...       
  3. 3G in Restaurants?

    Up until a few years ago in Russia, any drink with less than 8% alcohol content was considered food.        
  4. 3G in Restaurants?

    I've had it on my amazon shopping list since 2015. Thankfully it's healthy snack high in fiber. Although, I read that on a few websites that use data from studies from those scientists types that deal with food, and I have not lost weight, maybe we can't trust scientists, maybe these ones are working for bigpopcorn? It's a shame, I like popcorn, it goes well with the beer I like to drink while I am eating it.   (If only there was a way to understand that some situations are complicated and have many variables. If only we had people, professional people, trained people even, to collect those variables and somehow work out what is going on. Maybe we could get them to work in such areas as food science or immunology, we could even call them scientists..)        
  5. 3G in Restaurants?

    You see, I never mentioned you  in my comment, yet you took it as being aimed at you. I also said no one was using your account, not sure why you wanted to throw that little seed out there. The one that smelt it, dealt it as they say, or as I've said before, to get beetlejuice, all you have to do is to say his name. It wouldn't have have been so clear if it wasn't for the trying to paint TT as a closed group, the slightly veiled insult and then saying it doesn't bother you. Not to mention asking an innocent question and then jumping straight to telling people they have blind faith in the pharma industry and that the boosters don't do much.   Still, as you say, crack on, it makes no difference to me.   
  6. 3G in Restaurants?

    This is hilarious. Just how many old accounts are going to crop up, one by one, all pushing the same angle, all be it incompetently. If a few users are behind it, at least have the decency to try and vary the angle.   Between them and the standard group trying to drag things out to try and save face (after having been shot down, embarrassed, made to look like idiots etc) it is starting to look desperate.   We get it, you lost your tail in a trap and you feel stupid, now just take that stupid and go sit somewhere. Not many here are going to join you and cut off their tails, we understand, we know you feel a little left out of the bushy tail goodness, we feel for you, still, go sit somewhere and get used to not having a tail.       (Only joking, we know the reason, it is so there are not enough to get the attention of the owners over at the local, but just enough to try and push the narrative, we see you)..
  7. English macbook not working with German wi-fi

    Not sure, I'm not seeing a strong link between Dundee cake and Jaffa cakes. It's fruit in both, but one is more jam and the other is more bits of whole fruit. It's like saying a bike is like a train because someone is steering it.  
  8. English macbook not working with German wi-fi

    So in some cases the link is there, an in others not? What about biscuits?  
  9. English macbook not working with German wi-fi

    Is this the thread linking price Andrew to Croatia? 
  10. 3G in Restaurants?

    I had mine today, so far the only thing it's given me is the ability to laugh at people who post stupid shit.   Thanks, I need that, laughing is always good.  
  11. BREXIT positives and negatives

    Yet still the better candidate that any leaver    Either no leaver MPs want the job or they are not qualified for it. Either way it says a lot about the leave camp 
  12. 3G in Restaurants?

    When you think about it, it's being skeptical of science for not being like it is in the cinema. Maybe that's the problem, we have a generation of people who have grown up seeing stuff in the cinema and on TV and they started to think life really works that way.  Maybe that would explain why they watch a few youtube vids done by some crazy people who make it all so simple (even though they are wrong), and just say "I totally believe that", instead of taking the time to understand the more complicated situation that is reality. Most people use other people for that, scientists I think they are called.    
  13. Politics Gen XYZ

    A man somewhere in the UK this morning..   "I'm sure I had a 23,000 majority yesterday, where did I put it, is it behind the fridge, maybe it's in the fridge, I'll just pop in and check"...

    Yep, that is pretty much what has happened 
  15. BREXIT positives and negatives

    That they constantly compare the UK trade stats to the EU stats just shows that even now, it it's a case of we won't be happy until we are doing better than the EU.   I know the divorce example was meant to just give and idea of how tings may go process-wise,  but it really looks like people think of the EU like en ex partner. They won't be happy until they are doing better as until that happens, it looks like they made the wrong decision.    Comments were hilarious, I was expecting to see a few usernames from here over there defending brexit, I guess they've given up. Hard to blame them really. Now, you could ask why our usernames haven't been over there commenting on how bad brexit is, it's true, we haven't. We didn't need to. Like talking to a person who refuses a covid vaccine and wants to argue that their immune system will keep them safe, we just had to wait. We waited, and things went less than swimmingly.