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On 12/1/2020 at 9:22 PM, Jara said:

Loved the place, the people, the culture, the literature - but not the Party.

I think it’s important always to distinguish between the Chinese people and the CCP. The people are hardworking, resourceful, hospitable and courteous. I’m fortunate to work with many Chinese and I haven’t a bad word to say about any of them.

The CCP on the other hand are the most dangerous entity in the world right now. See what they’re doing in Hong Kong as we speak. They’re slowly rounding up all the democrats and locking them away. Jimmy Lai has just been detained on trumped up fraud charges so it won’t be long until the free press is no longer. Taiwan is next.

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On 12/3/2020 at 1:56 PM, Pickett2Jackson said:

Him and hundreds of thousands of others.

So sad whats happened to that city.  All thanks to a treasonous government.

"Yay Bolt is gone , good riddance"  the morons will say as the city continues to become unrecognizable from its former greatness.

Yeah so sad what happened to Melbourne, where house prices are as high as ever. 

Lots of people are looking to move further out of the city as lockdown has changed the way we work and live. Less commuting to the office in the CBD and more time spent in your house. People want space, they want a backyard, and proximity to the city isn't such a big deal. 

But the amount of people who have left Victoria altogether is minimal, and immigration will continue to rise again once a vaccine is widely distributed and our international borders reopen. Melbourne is still one of the most liveable cities in the world. Compared to the rest of the world we are in an amazing position! 

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1 hour ago, Jaded said:

But the amount of people who have left Victoria altogether is minimal

Yes so far Jaded but lets see what happens when all borders are opened up...  also it takes time to sell a home and find a new job etc etc.. so the number right not indicate a mass exodus but time will tell.

Id like to know how many have moved from Melbourne into regional Victoria.

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On 12/3/2020 at 11:55 AM, hardtack said:

It appears that Melbourne has managed to see off two viruses...

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Ha - what a joke - makes it sound like he's moving to the outback - Banjo Bolt, the last of the pioneers. In fact he's moving to a big flash house on the Mornington Peninsula (all paid for by the huge salary he's paid for doing Murdoch's dirty work - like the yellow press everywhere, conning poor folks into voting against their own interests)

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On 12/7/2020 at 11:59 AM, demonstone said:

I see that Rudy Guiliani has tested positive for COVID-19.

I expect he'll file a law suit with the lab demanding they overturn the results.

 

The 76 year old shook the harmless virus off in 2 days and is back hard at work.

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14 minutes ago, Pickett2Jackson said:

Dr Kary Mullis, the inventor of the PCR test  ( in case theres anyone left who believes Anthony Fauci and the inflated covid numbers in the US)

Great... he doesn't like Fauci, which is essentially what he is telling us in that interview.  He mentions nothing about the tests being accurate or not in relation to COVID-19 (probably because he died a year earlier in 2019), and a supposed quote that was circulated in relation to him stating that PCR testing is not designed to detect infectious diseases, has been debunked (https://fullfact.org/online/pcr-test-mullis/).

Apart from all that, he may have been a brilliant scientist, but he also really sounds like someone who was "all there" in other aspects of his persona... maybe this is why you like him; you did a lot of acid in the 60's and 70's P2J?

"Mullis was known as a “weird” figure in science and “flamboyant” philanderer who evangelized the use of LSD, denied the evidence for both global warming and HIV as a cause of AIDS, consulted for O.J. Simpson’s legal defense, and formed a company that sold jewelry embedded with celebrities’ DNA."

One thing though, if they ever decide to make a movie about him, I think they should get Jack Nicholson circa his role as the Joker, to play him.

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On 12/14/2020 at 11:39 AM, Pickett2Jackson said:

 

The 76 year old shook the harmless virus off in 2 days and is back hard at work.

Do you know what medical intervention he received? The drugs he was given are not available to the general public nor could 99% of Americans ever afford this type of treatment. 

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On 12/4/2020 at 6:26 AM, Better days ahead said:

I think it’s important always to distinguish between the Chinese people and the CCP. The people are hardworking, resourceful, hospitable and courteous. I’m fortunate to work with many Chinese and I haven’t a bad word to say about any of them.

The CCP on the other hand are the most dangerous entity in the world right now. See what they’re doing in Hong Kong as we speak. They’re slowly rounding up all the democrats and locking them away. Jimmy Lai has just been detained on trumped up fraud charges so it won’t be long until the free press is no longer. Taiwan is next.

My idea is that Xi has piloted the Chinese boat in Taiwan's direction so explicitly that when it sinks he'll see Taiwan as a lifeboat, and attempt an invasion. That means, essentially to save face. It will be a complete disaster.

I have skin in the game, by the way.

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On 12/14/2020 at 12:12 PM, hardtack said:

Great... he doesn't like Fauci, which is essentially what he is telling us in that interview.  He mentions nothing about the tests being accurate or not in relation to COVID-19 (probably because he died a year earlier in 2019), and a supposed quote that was circulated in relation to him stating that PCR testing is not designed to detect infectious diseases, has been debunked (https://fullfact.org/online/pcr-test-mullis/).

Apart from all that, he may have been a brilliant scientist, but he also really sounds like someone who was "all there" in other aspects of his persona... maybe this is why you like him; you did a lot of acid in the 60's and 70's P2J?

"Mullis was known as a “weird” figure in science and “flamboyant” philanderer who evangelized the use of LSD, denied the evidence for both global warming and HIV as a cause of AIDS, consulted for O.J. Simpson’s legal defense, and formed a company that sold jewelry embedded with celebrities’ DNA."

One thing though, if they ever decide to make a movie about him, I think they should get Jack Nicholson circa his role as the Joker, to play him.

Why would you make a movie about someone so -dumbf..k demented?

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1 hour ago, dieter said:

Why would you make a movie about someone so -dumbf..k demented?

I think you just answered your own question 😁... get David Lynch on the job!

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On 12/14/2020 at 11:39 AM, Pickett2Jackson said:

 

The 76 year old shook the harmless virus off in 2 days and is back hard at work.

Oh come on... golf’s not really work!

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It is for fat men.

But, let's not get ahead of ourselves. Biden is a part of the Democrat War machine: do you recall Butcher Hilary witnessing Gaddafi's rape and death with the seriously perverted call, We came we saw, he died. 

We ain't seen nothing yet. Biden wanted to invade Iran in 2009.

The USA is a Lunatic Asylum run by gun bearing lunatics. The problem is that the so-called 'civilized' world believes  it s lies and propaganda.

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1 hour ago, dieter said:

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What the hell does this prove?????????????????????????

It proves absolutely nothing as the nurse later went on to explain that she has a condition where pain induces fainting...
https://www.foxnews.com/health/tennessee-nurse-passes-out-after-getting-covid-19-vaccine

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15 hours ago, hardtack said:

It proves absolutely nothing as the nurse later went on to explain that she has a condition where pain induces fainting...
https://www.foxnews.com/health/tennessee-nurse-passes-out-after-getting-covid-19-vaccine

 

Of all the nurses they could have chosen to take the vaccine on camera they chose a nurse who faints when she feels pain? 

If you believe that you will believe anything.

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1 hour ago, Pickett2Jackson said:

 

Of all the nurses they could have chosen to take the vaccine on camera they chose a nurse who faints when she feels pain? 

If you believe that you will believe anything.

None of your juvenile anti-vaxing BS here, thanks. Not even a whiff. Lives of our health care heroes and old people - in fact, all of us - depend on it. 

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24 minutes ago, Jara said:

None of your juvenile anti-vaxing BS here, thanks. Not even a whiff. Lives of our health care heroes and old people - in fact, all of us - depend on it. 

Jara, I have a brother who believes Covid is a hoax. He said, I don't know anybody who has Cocvd? Do You? He also believes Trump is fighting not only the Deep State, but Pedophelia. Yes, there are all types of nutjobs in this world.

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2 hours ago, Pickett2Jackson said:

 

Of all the nurses they could have chosen to take the vaccine on camera they chose a nurse who faints when she feels pain? 

If you believe that you will believe anything.

Hey, note that the report is from Trump's friends at Fox.  I'd prefer to think that it's you who would choose to believe anything as long as it supports your own bias.

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