Scottish chemist you say? Might explain Irn-Bru, too, Nasty stuff.
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In every case, questions like, was she a single mother?|where was the father? where were the grandparents? did she ever voice her struggles, troubles, depressions, etc?
Give over. She planted the infant head first into the ground with its feet sticking in the air.
Those are not the actions woman filled with remorse; that’s something from an 80s horror movie.
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In any case, isn’t copyright infringement a civil tort rather than a criminal offence? Or is this instance classed as counterfeiting?
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So, he uploaded some stills from a TV programme together with smutty captions.
Er, not my thing but so what? The images were already in the public domain and presumably the athletes were not “compromised”.
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Your sources are unreliable: see "Key study by East Anglia professor Phil Jones was based on suspect figures"
Now I wouldn't normally consider El Graun a reliable source, either, but proponents of climate change tend to herald from the political left.
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Electric cars are a scam!
I disagree; in itself, the tech is fantastic, but they are not the panacea the eco crowd make them out to be.
The ecological solution would be to get rid of cars altogether. Now here is my Nobel, Greta?
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There’s no hard scientific evidence that CO2 contributes to “global warming”, the term that has recently been replaced by more ambiguous “climate change.”
Oh, there is climate change alright; it has been happening for millennia if not aeons.
But deprive the doom-mongers of their grievance and you will be sorry.
There are hard scientific evidence that CO2 contributes to “global warming”
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Could have been the 'shrooms on that farmhouse pizza if it was a homemade one.
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Whenever I hear of NO, I am reminded of this quote by Groucho Marx.
Those are my principles, and if you don't like them... well, I have others.
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As long as Kono is the one calling the shots, we won't be getting them any time soon.
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More deaths are tied to these "vaccines" (3,800+ since they started administering them) than all vaccine-related deaths reported for the past 15 years.
How many people has COVID killed? More than the vaccines, I’ll wager.
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Not quite as impressive as the woman who kept a croc in her apartment, but at least that piece of fauna didn’t GoTo Travel.
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They should put it in the harbour to drive off North Korean privateers.
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Considering the tentacles…..it might be of interest to hentai anime fans.
Needs a sperm whale to go with it, though.
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I'm in the right business, but need better contacts in government to cash in on this covid relief funding scam.
No denying that there is something very fishy about this statue.
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Thirty million for THAT???
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A complete lack of empathy for others once again on display. It seems to be cultural.
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Hospital occupancy rates are filling up with COVID patients all over Japan. They’ll be running a warm bed system soon where the bed never cools off from corpse of the former to the next patient.
Curbing this disturbing trend is what the lockdowns should be about.
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TO be throw from the back seat and out of the car would also mean this guy must have been driving at an high rate of speed also.
...and no seat belt.
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My family and friends abroad -including under 40s- have all been jabbed already. Why haven’t Japanese?
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Marketing. “Our beef is best because we have the tech to ‘prove’ it.”
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Don’t you get it? If you are not wearing a mask at all times it means you are a DENIER and a citizen who needs re-education. It doesn’t matter that most folks have been wearing the same mask for the past two weeks and touch their soiled visages at least three times a minute.
Failure to wear a mask at all times means you are a Bad Citizen.
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All I can say about you guys complaining about the noise is that you must be living in hovels like LeoPalace.
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Well, the walls and ceilings are so thin you can hear your neighbor sneeze. Should of expected that before he moved in.
You are expecting an unstable whack job to be reasonable...?
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Japanese universities develop speedier analysis of coronavirus mutations
All that hard work only to be defeated when it inevitably encounters sclerotic Japanese bureaucracy.
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All human life is infinitely valuable, regardless of what stage of development it is in.
The mother's isn't.
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well unless you stopped the trains and planes, unless you posted police at stations to turn people away,
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Never mind the OED, look at the constituent parts of the offence. "Involved in" is defined by two components:
a) Be driving an automobile;
b) In an accident resulting in injury or death;
Neither of which apply to Pusey who was watering the bushes at the time of the accident.
In addition to being involved in an accident, to commit an offence one must fail to meet these three conditions:
c) Immediately stop the vehicle;
d) At or near the accident scene;
e) Remain until he has fulfilled his statutory duty...
Since "c" and "d" are impossible to have been triggered because his vehicle was already parked at the scene of the accident, the only strike against him is "e".
Pusey was punished for being a dirt-bag. I rest my case m'lud.
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