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  1. We are not talking about natural climate changes, rather the rapid and exponential pace of anthropogenic climate change. If you wish to dispute that, far from derailing this thread, I'll willingly see you here... Come prepared.
  2. Imagine Walshy, Elliot...or Huth on the end of that.
  3. At least there's some width this time
  4. Line-X

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    Instead of spying and vicariously indulging your fantasies through mere voyeurism, you're welcome to join us when Tier 3 restrictions are over.
  5. That's good to know and this is an opportune moment to mention the launch of my new seasonal business enterprise which is a home gift wrapping service. I will collect (£25 within the county) and then subsequently lovingly hand wrap every gift (wrapping paper, tags, ribbon and sellotape not supplied). Prices start at £5 per square item excluding VAT. I also seal cards and provide a Christmas decoration consultancy service. Looking forward to preparing your quote. PM me.
  6. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-55171283 Hugh Keays-Byrne - @1:06 - We used to try and watch this frame by frame on a prehistoric VHS video player...
  7. As I said - known science is not about either that or the ridiculous video you posted. What 'outrageous modelling" are you referring to in particular? What?
  8. Science is not about 'opinion'. Here, this is for you - https://yourlogicalfallacyis.com/appeal-to-authority https://www.skepticalraptor.com/skepticalraptorblog.php/logical-fallacies/confirmation-bias-logical-fallacies/ What next, Andrew Wakefield reviews the Pfizer vaccination? David Irving on anti semitism in the labour party?
  9. It's been handled appallingly, no one is disputing that.
  10. Did you enjoy your graduation ceremony this week?
  11. And for some inexplicable reason, the Laurel and Hardy theme whenever the police processed in. They were certainly shit but there was a decent range and slightly more spontaneity. I concede, I'd certainly take today's vanilla chants over the vile content of the terrace songbook circa 1980s.
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