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    Brian Cox thinks we might be a Hologram.

    Sounds like a plan 👍 I am quite peckish though so think I’ll opt for toast.....no yoghurt. Oh I dunno. Think I’ll skip breakfast.
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    Brian Cox thinks we might be a Hologram.

    Well I’m trying to decide between yoghurt or toast for breakfast. Am I wasting my time? Should I have both?
  3. M

    Brian Cox thinks we might be a Hologram.

    But if you mix the hologram theory with identity politics presumably I can choose to be real and not an illusion?
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    Brian Cox thinks we might be a Hologram.

    That’s all well and good. But if the “person” in charge of the vat or the computer has a choice why do they choose “unhappy” as an option? And don’t give me any nonsense about freewill. If I had freewill I wouldn’t be in a vat or a computer program. Seems to me there’s not a lot of difference...
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    Brian Cox thinks we might be a Hologram.

    I suppose what it boils down to is: 1. The Universe is big. 2. Homo Sapiens think they are the dogs bollocks. 3. But really they are a bit limited. And only have five senses. 4. And haven’t been around that long in terms of the age of just this planet; never mind the Universe. Dinosaurs were...
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    RIP Prince Phillip

    Really sorry to hear that. You only ever have one mum. RIP
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    RIP Prince Phillip

    RIP
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    o/t Computer Stuff kids today wouldn't get

    Floppy discs that weren’t floppy. And replacing Wordperfect with the vastly inferior Word. You could exit WordPerfect by pressing the Escape button. Logical really. The first time in Word, after 15 frustrating minutes trying to leave, I asked someone (I might’ve sworn) how you closed it down...
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    Loyalist Riots

    Yes I’ve been to Larne and all along that coast and it is a Loyalist stronghold. It’s not so much the Unionist flags which are very prevalent in NI. And not even the red hand no surrender flags, which are obviously very sectarian. It was the UVF flags proudly displayed that surprised me. The...
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    Causal link found between activists and stupidity

    Banks used to legally lend money to businesses involved in the slave trade. That didn’t make it right. Thankfully though that was all brought to an end as a result of protests and activism.
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    o/t Brew anyone?

    If I’m making for more than one person it’s in a pot, milk first, and sugar (if they take it) after the water. If it’s just for me (like now) it’s teabag in mug, water then milk. Otherwise the teabag is a gloopy mess when you take it out. I think the debate stems from the days when only rich...
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    Covid Europe

    It’s just that the Tory Party doesn’t seem to agree with you. https://www.conservatives.com/our-commitments/taking-back-control-of-our-borders
  13. M

    Lincoln next Saturday

    Clearly watched too many Carry On films as a lad.
  14. M

    Top Gear

    Golf!
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    Covid Europe

    Not really. Although I do keep asking the same question which you seem unable to answer. In post 128 you claimed “The U.K. wants little or no border restrictions”. I questioned that statement and asked how, if it’s true, the U.K. could control immigration and freedom of movement. I’m still...
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    IFollow

    No sound today. And sent the confirmatory e mail immediately after the final whistle.
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    Covid Europe

    That I do agree with and think it will happen within the next couple of decades.
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    Covid Europe

    There’s no doubt that UVDL made a very stupid mistake when she muddled up the issues of vaccine distribution and the issues in Ireland. However there’s also no doubt that Brexiters are playing that card as hard as they can. The reality is that the ruling was in place for only a few hours (3 I...
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    Covid Europe

    The EU did provide a solution. It was in the Withdrawal Agreement and NI Protocol that the U.K. signed up to just a few months ago, but which we now say we can’t comply with, or rather we’ll need more time before we can do so. You seem to be saying that because the U.K. can’t comply with its...
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    Covid Europe

    So why didn’t the U.K. identify and address the problem before it signed the Withdrawal Agreement? It’s almost as if they were so desperate to say they’d Got Brexit Done that they’d have signed anything the EU put in front of them. And now, just a couple of months later, we have the EU saying...
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