1,365 thoughts on “Open Thread – Weekend 11 March 2023”

  1. Sancho Panzer says:
    March 13, 2023 at 2:48 pm
    I wonder what would have happened if SVB had been a mid-west regional bank dealing with farmers and miners, with MAGA board members.

    Farmers and miners would not be investing in green businesses and political parties, they would actually be making money for their investors and depositors so not even comparable.

    It is beginning look like the SVB was run by spoiled children of the rich and arrogant who never imagined that they need to obey the laws of economic or even just financial oversight laws.

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  2. More headline goodness, this time from the Hun:

    Ukraine blasted by flesh-eating rain bombs

    And yet, the sub-header:

    Shock video has shown flesh-melting thermite rain bombs on a Ukraine town in the deadliest day of the war, with 1000 Russian troops killed.

    If only we knew who was winning.

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  3. Anyone care to explain why an entire extended family are evil and deserve to die? As Cassie said, they are most renowned for philanthropy.

    Is this a serious question or rhetorical?

  4. I’m not sure the internet is ready for rhetorical questions just yet.

    I’ve always found posing them problematic.

    And I definitely don’t want to be that guy who offers an answer for a rhetorical question.

    😀

  5. We’re highest anti-depressant users in the world? Wow!

    You live in Victoria, why is this a surprise?!

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  6. Oh, man! A comment consigned, by fare, to be the last unread one on the previous page.

    I seem to remember a line by Gen Melchett in Blackadder along the lines “We are as testicles to the Gods, and they play with us for their sport.”

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  7. Ex-CDC Director: Tax Dollars Funded Gain-of-Function Research at Wuhan Lab
    Facts Matter with Roman Balmakov

    What’s this f’cking thing called?!

    A Fauci Loop?!

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  8. I’m not sure the internet is ready for rhetorical questions just yet.

    a question asked in order to create a dramatic effect or to make a point rather than to get an answer

    ‘What if mountains used to be trees, but trees the size of mountains and the only way you could tell is because the rocks’ composition and colour – built, stained and eroded over time – bore a vague resemblance to the wood grain on my coffee table?’

    No, I reckon we’re good.

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  9. If only we knew who was winning.

    Neither of them. The front line isn’t moving, not even at Bakhmut.
    It’s like the Ethiopia-Eritrea War which went on in fits and starts for 20 years until 2018.
    Similar dynamics. Similar mutual hatred.

  10. Neither of them. The front line isn’t moving, not even at Bakhmut.

    Good. I can continue to ignore it then.

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  11. It’s like the Ethiopia-Eritrea War which went on in fits and starts for 20 years until 2018.

    Given the pace of the Russian advance that time scale is not out of the question.

  12. Do you want the image of him poking King Tampon in the chest suggesting? DO AS YOU ARE TOLD!

    You should already know about it. No excuses for your ignorance. This play on the anti-Semitic card needs to end. Nothing to do with being Jewish, just evil bastards that need to hang.

    I’d be happy for a meteorite to wipe them all out. One of the most despicable families on the planet.

    Tickler, do you have a Final Solution which is a little more targeted and surgical (if that word isn’t too indelicate) than a meteorite?
    I mean, a meteorite might have collateral damage which doesn’t involve Jews.
    Err, [email protected], I mean.

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  13. Bruce of Newcastle says:
    March 13, 2023 at 7:15 pm
    If only we knew who was winning.
    Neither of them. The front line isn’t moving, not even at Bakhmut.
    It’s like the Ethiopia-Eritrea War which went on in fits and starts for 20 years until 2018.
    Similar dynamics. Similar mutual hatred.

    It’s like to continue in this fashion until Trump wins the next election and calls for peace talks.

    The same dynamic was in action in 1980 wth American hostages in Iran. Jimmy Carter was completely ineffective yet the situation was resolved as soon as Reagan won the election, even before he was sworn in. The enemy knew then who was serious and who wasn’t just as Putin and Xi have assessed the present situation.

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  14. “The great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation has entered an irreversible historical process.”
    Ominous words just delivered by Xi Jinping

    Except their full retard 1+1=1 exercise is a huge problem with a very long fuse.

    I think it also continues to influence their concept of a family, one child is “normal”, when it’s actually what an impending disaster looks like.

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  15. Thanks, calli.

    She would have gone into the interview as the champion of all things femenista, with her token of chivalric devotion waving gossamer-like on the tip of her lance.

    And at the end she was an embarrassingly putrid smudge on a sheet of toilet paper to be disposed off before the smell had made the air too rank for histrionic poses as victims insupportable to the faithless die-hards.

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  16. Me and the CCP crew attempting to align a pump DIY this arvo. I made a spreadsheet that calculates the packing and offset requirements based on coupling gap measurements. We also just found a Vernier calliper that hasn’t been used as a hammer. All set!

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  17. “The great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation has entered an irreversible historical process.” Ominous words just delivered by Xi Jinping

    Marxist-Leninist Hegelian historical determinism with Chinese characteristics.

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  18. It’s like to continue in this fashion until Trump wins the next election and calls for peace talks.

    Sadly Crossie he can’t win the election. It will be stolen, with the elite GOP hierarchy tacitly allowing that, like they did in 2020. And 2022 to some extent, since McConnell was funding opponents of Trumpy candidates of his own party. The GOP certainly didn’t let out a single peep at obvious steals like the Philly and Arizona Senate elections. They couldn’t, since that would legitimize everything Trump has been saying. So it’ll be another steal. It’s obvious.

    And with the Dems in control the war is likely to go on, since possibilities for graft are enormous.

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  19. H B Bearsays:

    March 13, 2023 at 7:04 pm

    I’m not sure the internet is ready for rhetorical questions just yet.

    Yeah.
    At least two today.
    Is this the sort of thing we want here?

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  20. The great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation has entered an irreversible historical process.” Ominous words just delivered by Xi Jinping.

    Fixing their banking sector would be a start.

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  21. I’m not sure this is what he had in mind. A few 600 year old wrongs to be righted first.

  22. Perth mum thanks good Samaritan after son mugged at Karrinyup Shopping Centre by ‘eshays’
    Shannon Hampton
    March 13, 2023 3:55PM

    A Perth mother is warning teenagers to remain vigilant after a gang of “eshays” mugged her son and his friend for their expensive Nike shoes and has thanked the good Samaritan who came to their aid.

    The mother, who does not want to be named to protect her 14-year-old son’s identity, said she and her husband had arrived at Karrinyup Shopping Centre to pick up her son when the terrifying ordeal unfolded about 5pm on Saturday.

    She said after calling her son when he took a long time to arrive at an agreed meeting point, he called back to tell her that he “just got mugged for our shoes”.

    A gang of older youths dressed in the style of “eshays” had chased the two 14-year-old boys into the car park during the robbery before holding her son’s friend up against the car, threatening to bash or stab him unless he handed over his shoes, the mother said.

    Her own son was also threatened with violence.

    “The kids took off their shoes and ran,” she said. The boys were wearing Nike 90 and Nike SB Dunk shoes, which retail between $160 and $180.

    The mother said an “incredible good Samaritan” then came to the boys’ aid. “No one knows where he came from, but he must’ve been watching,” she said.

    Perth coppers broke the skinhead gangs by some fairly robust methods, why do they tolerate these P O S?

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  23. Chrossie at 6:59.

    Farmers and miners would not be investing in green businesses and political parties, they would actually be making money for their investors and depositors so not even comparable.

    I think you have missed the point about what was going on with SVB’s balance sheet, and the cash demands of their depositors.
    If an Agri-Bank had similar balance sheet flaws – and let’s not assume no bank in Flyover country could have – with a rural client base which could have fluctuating cash demands due to the vagaries of agricultural activity then, yes, it could absolutely happen.

  24. And tunnels. Filled with intelligent lizards.

    Wearing red shoes and munching on pineapple laden pizza.

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  25. I just watched Labor’s Andrew Hastie announcing that the SFL will adopt a bipartisan approach to the submarine lunacy.
    So, a nation bankrupting program that will be run by a ‘select’ group within Defence and which is focused on nothing other than union scams will not be questioned or analysed by the SFL.
    Oh, I do hope that they are wiped out in NSW so that the real conservatives may have some chance of reasserting our values,

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  26. Bloody hell.

    Scanning through the news sites, and stumbled across a piece about Wally Lewis and his new missus – a lady person named Lynda Adams from Townsville. Tiny little chick.

    Running my peepers across a pic of them, and followed by making sure she was who I thought she was, I realised that I dated Lynda for four months or so in the early 90s when I was living in the Ville. We met through a bloke working for a radio station I knew.

    We broke up over who did and who didn’t want to go to a Jimeoin stand up comedy show. She did, I didn’t. Downhill for a fortnight after that, and then a reasonably friendly double move-on. Still saw her from time to time before I left town. Really nice girl.

    Obviously though, she’d been pining for me for 30 years. Happy to hand the crown over to The King.

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  27. will be run by a ‘select’ group within Defence

    looks like all those “moved-on” experts from ROBODEBT will keep there $900K a year jobs, then ..!

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  28. Amazing. Every once in a while you get a reminder of your past lives.

    It’s not necessarily a bad thing.

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  29. The mother said an “incredible good Samaritan” then came to the boys’ aid. “No one knows where he came from, but he must’ve been watching,” she said.

    And the reader is left wondering what the good samaritan who merited a headline did.

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  30. And the reader is left wondering what the good samaritan who merited a headline did.

    Batman lives.

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  31. If only we knew who was winning.

    We know it isn’t Ukraine .. cos if it was the media would be trumpeting it ..
    given the deafening silence for the last coupla dayz I’m going with the Ruskies poking ahead ……

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  32. I just watched Labor’s Andrew Hastie announcing that the SFL will adopt a bipartisan approach to the submarine lunacy.

    If I know Andrew Hastie that’s an agreement in principle, not in detail.

    There’s little else patriotic Libs can say atm.

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  33. They don’t own the memes. They didn’t create them. They have simply copied and pasted them onto their site for clicks and pretend to own them. They can go jump.

    The reason to ban hot linking is that they have to pay for the server traffic when someone accesses the image from another website, both in terms of data usage and load on the server.

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  34. I watch the Cathy Newman/Jordan Peterson interview at the time – an absolute classic study in body language and actual speech language –

    Cathy Newman tried her usual techniques putting words into the mouth of her subject but Professor Peterson is not her usual subject, she was just projecting her nonsensical wrongheadedness based on the narrow-minded memes of third wave feminism. That interview is the perfect esample of going unarmed into battle. She lost every word joust.

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  35. Has Russia taken Bakhmut yet? I was told here weeks ago that it was happening. Almost as slow as the cricket.

  36. Neither of them. The front line isn’t moving, not even at Bakhmut.

    It moved plenty during the Ukraine offensive. Not so much during the current Russian one.

    The seasons will turn soon and the line will get active again.

  37. I’m not sure the internet is ready for rhetorical questions just yet.

    Or is it?

    Do you want an answer for that?

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  38. came across this well dun British plod offering whilst perusing downloads .. up to season 5 yet I’ve never heard of it before .. UNFORGOTTEN .. worth 7/10 .. would have rated a 9 off me except for the fact it suffers from that, regular, British plod drama ailment .. too many, bloody, coincidences that lead to a successful outcome .. for plod, always .. LOL! ..
    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt4192812/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0

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  39. H B Bearsays:

    March 13, 2023 at 8:48 pm

    Do you want an answer for that?

    See. Told ya.

    Is this what we’ve become?

  40. Liberals have got a Scotty problem, since Dutton criticised the British part of the Sub deal last week, then we find out that Scotty unilaterally inked the deal with Johnson and Joe and presumably kept his Defence Minister out of that loop.

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  41. m0ntysays:
    March 13, 2023 at 8:40 pm
    Has Russia taken Bakhmut yet? I was told here weeks ago that it was happening. Almost as slow as the cricket.

    Given your confident statements in recent weeks that Wussia was running out of men and material, and had incompetent generals and poor plans, surely you should be asking why the Ukies are not yet on the outskirts of Moscow.

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  42. Ed Casesays:
    March 13, 2023 at 8:55 pm
    Liberals have got a Scotty problem, since Dutton criticised the British part of the Sub deal last week, then we find out that Scotty unilaterally inked the deal with Johnson and Joe and presumably kept his Defence Minister out of that loop.

    Did he serenade them with his Stradivarius at the time? That would have sealed the deal.

  43. Do you want an answer for that?

    Does a white bear crap in the woods?

    Now this is precisely the ambiguity I’m referring to.

    Lift your game, people.

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  44. Now just waiting for Albo and Jim to gouge us of any remaining tax breaks to pay for ‘submarines’, whilst delivering zip.

    I mean, you could have an underground suburban Melbourne rail loop for that money…

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  45. I love it when the Cat goes rogue.

    If we can’t ask rhetorical questions, can we at least do a bit of verballing?

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  46. Well, it was mighty generous of Scotty to offer to fund a new Nuclear Submarine assembly line at Norfolk, Virginia.

    And it was absolutely magnanimous of The Big Guy to accept his offer.

  47. callisays:

    March 13, 2023 at 9:09 pm

    I love it when the Cat goes rogue.

    If we can’t ask rhetorical questions, can we at least do a bit of verballing?

    Is this what we’ve become?

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  48. Gateway Pundit

    Oversight Chair James Comer: “IT’S AS BAD AS WE THOUGHT – We Have In Hand Documents That Show Biden Family Was Getting Money from Chinese Communist Party”

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  49. Mental illness promoted by the madness of crowds…not classical liberalism.

    Then why am I reading reports of David French crying about Gov. Abbott’s attempts to chase after parents that consent to the mutilation of their children?

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  50. It was spitting rain at 9 am, now it’s too hot.
    I’m at another beautiful bus station, well Sete Rios, waiting to go to Fatima.
    I’m pretty pleased with my grasp of Lisbon public transport, I’m going to bus/metro to the airport on Thursday, some bus drivers take exception to large suitcases so I’ll minimise my exposure.
    Though there’s a risk using the metro as it seems every five out of six escalators are out of service.
    That might be to save electricity.
    There are quite a few buses running around showing off their all natural gas credentials.
    That was a genuis idea.

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  51. Then why am I reading reports of David French crying about Gov. Abbott’s attempts to chase after parents that consent to the mutilation of their children?

    Because he is a bald headed flog.
    Oh… that was rhetorical too, wasn’t it?

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  52. Perth coppers broke the skinhead gangs by some fairly robust methods, why do they tolerate these P O S?

    It’ll stop when the “eshays” attack & steal the sandshoes from a kid of the wrong ethnicity, perhaps one a couple of degrees removed from a “bad guy” Mr. Big type.

    Not all of what looks like “white” to them are cuckolded anglos, they’ll do over a Greek kid, or a Lebanese Muslim kid.

    Over the subsequent week or so lots of brawny men in their mid-20s will turn up in town, in ones & twos – of the same ethnicity as the kid in hospital.

    Then suddenly one night they’ll cut loose, belting piss & pickhandles out of anybody who even looks like they’re connected to these “eshays” – not caring how much damage they do (rather than an extreme limit, broken bones will be a starting point)
    They’ll keep this up for a couple of weeks – though after about the fourth night they’ll have trouble finding targets.

    “Eshays” & copycats of, will disappear without trace. Streets & carparks will be safe for a year or two.

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  53. How’s Ukraine traveling?

    From a comment on Unz Review:

    At the beginning of the special operation, the Ukrainians had 700,000 men under arms. Now they have about 150K. So far, 304,000 Ukrainian soldiers have been killed and many more wounded and missing. About 20,000 civilians were killed. Russian losses are just over 20 K.

    By the way, 2,500 western mercenaries/soldiers and about 3,000 Poles got killed so far.

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  54. I walked down to the antique art museum yesterday afternoon, wanted to look at a couple of things including their Bosch triptych and the first thing the staff member said was that it was on holiday in Milan.
    However the second floor that was closed last time I was here was open.
    Like most fine arts museums in this part of the world the collection relies heavily on works confiscated from the Catholic church during various persecutions, in Portugal’s case in 1835 then 1910 when a law re separation of church and state was passed.
    If the art wasn’t directly from a confiscation it came as bequests from private collections where confiscated art had passed into private hands.
    They have an interesting collection of antique furniture and ceramics as well.

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  55. Eshays” & copycats of, will disappear without trace. Streets & carparks will be safe for a year or two.

    The decline and fall of the skinheads gangs in Perth was notable – they bashed one of the junior recruits from HMAS Leuwin so severely that he finished up in a wheelchair. Emboldened by their triumph, they announced that the streets of the town belonged to them, and after the following Friday, anyone with a naval haircut was history.

    Unfortunately, come the following Friday, two R.A.N. ships had docked in Fremantle, together with a R.N. Guided missile cruiser…the streets of Perth ran red with skinhead blood, while Perth coppers sat at Central, and played cards….

    After the sailors left, anyone in skinhead regalia copped another hiding from the coppers – very, very soon after, there wasn’t a skinhead to be seen on the streets of Perth…

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  56. criminal mastermind that loads their gun with bullets of various sizes in backwards

    Oh my dear lordy.

    Next level dunderheadness.

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  57. It’s like the Ethiopia-Eritrea War which went on in fits and starts for 20 years until 2018….Given the pace of the Russian advance that time scale is not out of the question.

    I’m rather expecting one of Hemmingways ‘slowly then quickly’ timelines. You see this a lot in trench warfare (and city fighting similarly): nothing much changes for a while, until one side has used up all its reserves, then it crumbles quickly.

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  58. While indigenous activists promoting the voice argue Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history and elders must be acknowledged and celebrated, they fail to show the same respect and appreciation for Australia’s British heritage and the debt owed to the European civilisation.

    Not only indigenous activists. Those white people infecting academia are just as much to blame. Or sepia fellas, like Stan Grant

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  59. m0nty says:
    March 13, 2023 at 8:42 pm

    I’m not sure the internet is ready for rhetorical questions just yet.

    Or is it?

    Shut up Norm! Your comedy is so awkward!

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  60. The Rothman’s Cigarettes Banking Concern funded the war against Boney.

    They get a pass.

    Boney started off as enlightened despot, then he got a secret police, etc.

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  61. Well, Chain Link (LINK) turned out to be dogshit, let’s hope the US bank runs cause gold and crypto to moon, I hope my 900,000 Shiba Inu coin moon to the moon.

    Actually, LINK, ADA and XYO are all good ideas, I hope they get used more often.

  62. Russian losses are just over 20 K.

    Which is why they’re lost so much equipment (verified) and their advance has been stalled for 12+ months.

    https://www.minusrus.com/en

    Russia’s losses
    13.03.2023
    Approximate assessment of the Armed Forces of Ukraine 24.02.2022

    Personnel (+2840) ~640.200
    killed ~159.800
    wounded ~479.400
    prisoner of war ~1.000

    Armored combat vehicles
    6774 +5

    Tanks
    3474 +8

    Artillery
    2503 +16

  63. they fail to show the same respect and appreciation for Australia’s British heritage and the debt owed to the European civilisation.

    After four hundred years of Portuguese colonial rule, by the 1960’s, over 90% of Africans in Angola and Mozambique were still illiterate, and lacking the most basic of services..

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  64. Why wouldn’t they get a pass for providing reliable banking services?
    Napoleon invaded Spain Portugal Italy eyc looting and pillaging as he went, he didn’t pay his troops in Russia, did he pay any of the others on his international escapades or was it all intended to be funded by the agressees?

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  65. Why wouldn’t they get a pass for providing reliable banking services?

    I wouldn’t know. I am not their class of clientele…

    I do know a guy who tried to work for Rothmans & Co, he had three interviews and nearly got to a final round, he said it was bloody brutal. Only top men it seems.

  66. Get off the bus in Fatima and what’s the first thing I see.
    Our dear friends the JWs.
    They only have spots for the first 144,000 surely they have already all been taken.

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  67. No-one ever seems to want to enquire into the great wealth of Italian banks like Intesa Sanpaulo Spa or Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena s p a.
    Or even know who owns them.

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  68. Or even know who owns them.

    The R*thschilds of course, who else?

    Man, what a sad blog the Lollipop blog has become. How freaking sad are that bunch of idiots even blaming the R*thschilds for their issues with constipation.

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  69. The Rothmans are simply historically significant and were the largest merchant bank of all time in terms of market share.

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  70. Man, what a sad blog the Lollipop blog has become. How freaking sad are that bunch of idiots even blaming the R*thschilds for their issues with constipation.

    Preach it.

    Even so, we’re still dealing with their offcuts.

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  71. JCsays:
    March 13, 2023 at 11:46 pm
    Or even know who owns them.

    The R*thschilds of course, who else?

    Man, what a sad blog the Lollipop blog has become. How freaking sad are that bunch of idiots even blaming the R*thschilds for their issues with constipation.

    The entire family should be put up against a wall and shot.

    All of them are evil. They should have been obliterated years ago. Kids and all. F-15 strikes on all their property.

    Do not suggest anti-Semitism. All of their estates should be wiped out.

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  72. You are playing with fire here Steve, every time I have a break and log in, here you are with outlandish claims and threats.

    Getting ready to run your own blog, are you?
    I don’t want you or anyone banned, I can scroll with the best of them, but how long do you think you’ll be tolerated, spewing hatred?

  73. What a world we live in. People defending R-childs.
    People are on the defense of one of the most evil families in the world….astonishing!

    I can understand people wanting to play safe.

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  74. Gaborsays:
    March 14, 2023 at 2:12 am

    Your a dime a dozen f-wit that comments on the MSM. Much like those talking about the girl with no knickers.

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  75. Steve trickler says:
    March 14, 2023 at 2:15 am

    What a world we live in. People defending R-childs.
    People are on the defense of one of the most evil families in the world….astonishing!

    I can understand people wanting to play safe.

    Steve, I freely admit that I only know that they exist, and they are in the finance business, nothing more, and never was interested in learning more about them either.

    Now, reading your claims, you must be full bottle about them, how come you know all that, and would you share at least the most egregious deed they have done warranting execution?

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  76. With all the dramas going on in the world at the moment…lets talk about the no knickers girl.

    It is f-in stupid watching people respond to MSM on this subject….and yet it continues, Cassie being guilty.

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  77. Steve trickler says:
    March 14, 2023 at 2:33 am
    Smart man.

    Britney the knickerless will have her comeuppance, guaranteed.

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  78. Steve trickler says:
    March 14, 2023 at 2:36 am

    Gaborsays:
    March 14, 2023 at 2:24 am

    Do some research.

    No, thanks, there are people far closer giving us grief.
    More immediate and we might even have a chance of doing somat about it, slim chance it is, but better than wasting my time chasing up conspiracy theories.

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  79. All set!

    No. Fork lifted new motor as far as we could. Requires manual lift of old motor out and new motor in. Sling and 2” pipe on it. Me one end, CCP dude other. Ok! Pick up! Lift, my end comes off the mount, CCP, Mayo! Mayo! Can’t lift!* Now wait for more CCP, no show!

    *May have been mildly ambitious, I checked the data sheet, 174kg.

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  80. criminal mastermind that loads their gun with bullets of various sizes in backwards

    I can’t believe she’s still alive (in ICU), maybe 6+ 9mm? Retard takes a likin but keeps on tickin!

  81. After four hundred years of Portuguese colonial rule, by the 1960’s, over 90% of Africans in Angola and Mozambique were still illiterate, and lacking the most basic of services..

    Exactly why the older and wiser in the former British Colonies opine: Please come back and govern us!!

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  82. rickw says:
    March 14, 2023 at 2:42 am

    If you can get to it with a sling and pipe, can’t you lift the pipe or sling with the forklift?
    Or hang a block tackle on the tyne of the forklift?

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  83. It moved plenty during the Ukraine offensive. Not so much during the current Russian one.

    Please join up so you’re there for the glorious Uke victory! We all want to see it, hello kitty AK-47 aloft, haversack full of krispy kreme’s, pudgy donut dusting cover face spouting stories of Uke skill at arms! Way better than Malmo!

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  84. If you can get to it with a sling and pipe, can’t you lift the pipe or sling with the forklift?

    Needs to be carried about 6m, will get team Bangla on it tomorrow! Some idiot put a fire pipe above ground when drawings showed it being underground.

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  85. Siena is JC.
    I visited HO in Siena once when they were letting members of the public have a peek at a restored old master destined for the directors office. Dude told me they had 30 000 objects of fine art in their possession.
    San Paulo has 35 000 but they have a selection on display in a couple of galleries.
    No-one ever starts screaming they and all their families down to babes in arms should murdered in cold blood for being rich and successful for many generations.

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  86. rickwsays:
    March 14, 2023 at 2:59 am
    It moved plenty during the Ukraine offensive. Not so much during the current Russian one.

    Please join up so you’re there for the glorious Uke victory! We all want to see it, hello kitty AK-47 aloft, haversack full of krispy kreme’s, pudgy donut dusting cover face spouting stories of Uke skill at arms! Way better than Malmo!

    The fat fascist fool calls for a Great War Against Wussian Imperialism, but has no enthusiasm for actually fighting in it.

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  87. Tickler earlier.

    The entire family should be put up against a wall and shot.

    All of them are evil. They should have been obliterated years ago. Kids and all. F-15 strikes on all their property.

    That’s the way.
    Airstrikes.
    Far more accurate than a silly old meteorite.
    But an F-15?
    Surely the Me-109 or Stuka would be your weapon of choice.

    Do not suggest anti-Semitism.

    Most Nazis will say that.

    All of their estates should be wiped out.

    Why not just sieze them?
    Like you lot did the last time.

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  88. Steve tricklersays:

    March 14, 2023 at 2:33 am

    With all the dramas going on in the world at the moment…lets talk about the no knickers girl.

    It is f-in stupid watching people respond to MSM on this subject….and yet it continues, Cassie being guilty.

    Plenty of people here cover issues raised in the MSM.
    Why single Cassie out?
    Do you imagine she is connected with Rothwells Merchant Bank?

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  89. I would support action against banks as a whole, if you’re talking regulation and curbing excess speculation. But why pick on a Jewish banker in particular?

    It always comes back to the Protocols.

  90. These days even the smallest glimmer of a silver lining must be grasped and cherished.
    BLANCHETT LOST.
    Maybe even the movie morons tired of the perpetual misery visage.

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  91. Maybe even the movie morons tired of the perpetual misery visage.

    More than that. They had to give the Asian constituency a go at last.
    Blanchett probably quietly spitting chips about that. Hoist on her own petard.

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