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    Today, 04:19 AM
    This is the issue with seastedding. As impractical as it is, it's actually a decent idea. But then some corrupt government full of ladyboy fuckers comes along and says some tiny structure is somehow a threat to sovereignty, in waters they don't own. This is why it won't work. Very sad and I hope he escapes somehow.
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    Yesterday, 11:35 PM
    Another Most Dangerous Religion -
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    Yesterday, 11:30 PM
    World's largest oil field is fading faster than anyone knew It was a state secret and the source of a kingdom's riches. It was so important that US military planners once debated how to seize it by force. For oil traders, it was a source of endless speculation. Now the market finally knows: Ghawar in Saudi Arabia, the world's largest conventional oil field, can produce a lot less than almost anyone believed. … When Saudi Aramco on Monday published its first ever profit figures since its nationalization nearly 40 years ago, it also lifted the veil of secrecy around its mega oil fields. The company's bond prospectus revealed that Ghawar is able to pump a maximum of 3.8 million barrels a day -- well below the more than 5 million that had become conventional wisdom in the market. "As Saudi's largest field, a surprisingly low production capacity figure from Ghawar is the stand-out of the report," …
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    Yesterday, 11:01 PM
    Dashcam of a Tesla autopilot acceleration and crash 1114527009743437824
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    Yesterday, 10:13 PM
    Nightmare A desperate Russian father has abducted his three female children from foster care in Sweden after his girls were seized and placed with an Islamic family. At this time the family is reunited in Poland under a temporary court order … The family had moved to Sweden so the man could obtain work. … the man’s crime seems to have been having a wife that was declared mentally ill and committed. The man still had parental rights but could only see his children for six hours a week. … The issue is described here in the Polish press. All three girls are citizens only of the Russian Federation. They lived with their parents in Sweden … paranoid schizophrenia, which was the reason for the removal of these children by social services and their transfer to the Muslim family. The Father was not deprived of parental responsibility, but he could meet with children only once a week for 6 hours
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    Yesterday, 09:32 PM
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    Yesterday, 09:16 AM
    Is it? Surely the carcass could sit for centuries, largely unchanged. But do the Frogs have the will to rebuild it? Is the Frog government interested, Macron's talk notwithstanding? Perhaps... perhaps not. Those dingleberries are capable of anything. I can as easily see the Frogs selling it for a mosque. More easily, in fact. It would be just the poke in the eye to the French people that the Frogs might enjoy delivering. French politics as shelled out by the Frogs is about unquestioning obedience in the face of any outrage heaped upon the suckers, after all.
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    Yesterday, 09:02 AM
    Have you nothing better to do than occupy your time in this manner?
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    Yesterday, 08:59 AM
    This is in no way surprising. These projects are not undertaken by just anyone who hangs a shingle that says "Restorations R Us". These companies are generally very well experienced and the protocols for doing such work are now very well developed and understood. The claim that this was an "accident" is thin and anemic as the devil. It doesn't track at all with reality. Also, I cannot begin to imagine that such a company does not carry super-heavy insurance. The Frog government would not allow anyone to even approach without it. T he thing to watch for, then, is whether the Frogs attempt to make a cliam against the restoration organization. I am willing to bet you will see no such attempt because the moment they do, the insurance investigators will be on it like stink on rice. If the scene is tainted, the insurers will decline for that reason. If they find arson, same result. The LAST thing the Frog "authorities" want is for the truth to emerge. That much is plain. What is not yet clear is how far they are willing to ride the lies and deceit pursuant to the "accident" story. I wonder if sinking Notre Dame will prove sufficient incentive to break the Frogs' heads out of their brie-lined sphincters. I doubt it, but look forward to being proved wrong.
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    Yesterday, 07:42 AM
    That is yet to be seen. Limestone does NOT tolerate heat well at all. Chances are at least fair that a very large proportion of the stone will have to be replaced. That will cost BILLIONS. Not one billion, but many. The cost of the stock alone will be huge. Cutting the stones stands to represent herniating labor expenses. I am friends with who is perhaps the single best stone mason on the planet, Nick Fairplay. See his work here: Nicholas Fairplay, Master Stone Carverhttps://fairplaystonecarver.com/ Ask HIM how long and how many people it will take to replace the façade work, tracery, etc. Macron is an ignorant jerkoff - he said he'd have it done in 5 years. We will be lucky to get it done in 50. Note that anything physically low that is ruined means everything above it must be removed. The one bit of the structure that is almost certainly intact is the granite structure beneath the limetone. That's the real structure. The limestone is just the fancy bit, but without it the cathedral is not a cathedral. Oh, and dismantling the stonework is delicate proceedings, and $$$$$$$$$$. This is a huge undertaking.
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    Yesterday, 07:29 AM
    What does that even mean? Such über-FAIL here... "approve of genocide"... appeal to emotion FAIL. Try again prease.
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    04-20-2019, 04:47 AM
    Measles is can definitely be dangerous for a very small percentage of the population. So can high frequency vaccine schedules, or certain vaccine additives. Vaccines can also be highly effective lifesaving preventive measures from life threatening diseases, or preventive against less threatening illnesses, or sometimes not so effective at all. Not all vaccines have the same level of effectiveness, or the same additives, or the same level or risk, or target diseases with the same level of risk. The choices of which diseases to vaccinate against, which vaccine to use against those diseases, and how many total vaccines to get, must always belong to the consumer and never government. This woman either chose or was mandated to get vaccinated but her vaccine did not work. She got measles anyway. The article says she got a fever, went to the hospital and developed meningitis in the hospital. She suffered serious complications after contracting what is otherwise a short lived benign illness for 99%+ of the population. The issue, however, is not the effectiveness or danger of the vaccine, but voluntary and informed choice. No one should be forced to undergo any vaccination, but everyone should have the right to choose for themselves, their children which vaccines to get. They can weigh the risks form the illness and the risks form the quantities of vaccines and make a choice for themselves. Good products do not need the force of government for people to buy them. This is no different than Obamacare -- Statist control over your body and health and mind and wallet. To say there is no risk from vaccines is utterly preposterous. The government and CDC itself state there are serious risks including death, and that’s coming from the marketing arm for vaccine industry. Heck the government in partnership with the manufacturers set aside an entire program and separate court just to pay for damages (capped) caused by vaccines, and caps the maximum pain and suffering including death at $250k. Even with the caps, it has still paid billions out for the serious injuries and deaths the Department of HHS determined caused by the vaccines administered. The bottom line is, we do not need government running healthcare, issuing mandates and that includes vaccines.
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    04-20-2019, 04:10 AM
    Very logical, rational and persuasive.
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    04-20-2019, 03:28 AM
    Zuckerberg's Call for Internet Cartel Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg wants government regulation over the social media industry. … Zuckerberg’s actual aim is to form a social media cartel. When large and mature industries and companies like Facebook seek government regulation, it’s because they are facing increasing competition. To prevent entry of competitors and maintain their market shares, they ask the government for rules that effectively stifle competition and fix in place the existing companies within a government sanctioned cartel. Zuckerberg would like nothing better than having government regulations that put the likes of Gab out of business. . Any call for “standardization” or a standard product is anti-competitive because it aims at everyone in a cartel producing the same product. … Zuckerberg doesn’t want “dozens of different sharing services”. He calls for a “standardized approach”. This is an open call for a cartel in which Facebook will remain the dominant firm. … Not only that but he wants the regulation to be global. He writes, “I also believe a common global framework — rather than regulation that varies significantly by country and state — will ensure that the Internet does not get fractured” …
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    04-20-2019, 03:22 AM
    And sure enough - its Russia's fault!
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    04-20-2019, 03:15 AM
    Six or sixty, it ain't happening now. Never was, really, let's be real.
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