Wednesday, 30 September 2020
Friday, 25 September 2020
course it's real but what the government is telling us is not ALL true.
The death figures depend upon how they are counted.
Recently, the numbers reported by the UK Government are the numbers of people that ave died "within 28 days of testing positive for Covid19". They don't say that the people died from the virus.
Most people die with food in their stomachs but that does not mean that the food kiiled them.
My friend's granny had a heart attack, she was taken to hospital and tested negative, they kept her in for a week or so, tested her again and that wa snegative; they sent her home, three days later her carers found her dead; on the death certificate it said covid19.
Another friends mum is in a a care home; they tested all the residents and staff; all negative; in the next few weeks three died, they said of covid19; they were all over 80; they forced them into isolation. A couple more died since then but now they say of pneumonia. It's been a hot summer, that often kills more people.
In the UK male suicide rate has certainly increased.
Stats are not reliable.
I think if people take precautions out of sense it is far better than living in fear. Fear is a weapon for tyrants and churches.
Wednesday, 23 September 2020
Tuesday, 22 September 2020
Wednesday, 16 September 2020
Today on the news a company claiming to be able to make single use plastic out of peas or potatoes - in fact plastic has been made out of hemp for years which also biodegrades.
But hemp has been largely ignored.
They say that the average family washes millions of tiny plastic balls down the sink every week as they are included in the manufacture of clothing to make it smell nice.
FACT: everyything which is derived from hydrocarbons can also be derived from carbohydrates which is safer and environemnetally friendlier.
That includes fuels.
Monday, 14 September 2020
SCAM ALERT automated call
If it was genuine, sky would have known my name and details.
If it was genuine and that is how they deal with it, then please just cancel my subscription and I will glady go elsewhere.
BTW, the call was on my sky phone line
If Only, Suomi is a love story through time.
At first thought, the difference between past, present and future may seem obvious. The past has happened, the present is now and the future has yet to come. Second by second, our future becomes our past.
is if time is linear and we travel in a straight line.
if we could travel in time, so 2020 becomes your past, or your
future? What if your future could become your past, or vice
What if you could travel back and change your past to
change the present and your future? Or what if you could travel
forwards and change your past?
What if you went back in time and fell in love, then had to return to the present?
sort of paradox would we create? How careful would one have to be to
avoid even wiping oneself out of time altogether?
This is such a
story, of how the future changed the past, when Al from 2028 travels
back to 1972, just for a few days.
But this is not a science
fiction story; it is a romance, based on dreams, for Al falls in love in 1972 and then
has to return to 2028 without his beloved Suomi.
Can Al get a
second life without changing anything!
Let us enjoy the present, for it is a gift.
Sketches by Jacqui Malkin
Tuesday, 8 September 2020
Monday, 7 September 2020
Matt Hancock on the news: "Don't catch the virus and pass it on to your Grannie" says it's amessage to all people, especially young ones - does he really expect 5 and 6 year-olds in schools to understand that when what they want from grannie is a hug - close the schools Mr Cock-head, YOU ARE IRRESONSIBLE, don't blame the kids