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    Poll: As infectious diseases are not my forte I can...

    As infectious diseases are not my forte I can only comment on what's reported.
    Either way the UK has a high rate of vaccination, 70%+ overall, and, despite increased infection rates, reducing...
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    Poll: 90-95% effective in reducing symptoms, which they...

    90-95% effective in reducing symptoms, which they do very well.
    Remember asymptomatic people, while infected, are not actually unwell with this disease..
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    Poll: Worth a read: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/57889961

    Worth a read: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/57889961
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    Poll: As 'clete points out that's how these vaccines...

    As 'clete points out that's how these vaccines work.
    Most of the current crop of positive infections are classed as asymptomatic, ie infected, but not displaying symptoms.
    Our Tack and Trace...
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    Poll: What has really helped with the latest UK wave is...

    What has really helped with the latest UK wave is a high uptake of vaccinations, so while people do get infected the effects are generally mild with low hospitalisations and deaths.
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    Poll: Private poll added for information.

    Private poll added for information.
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    And the award for twisting whatever is posted to...

    And the award for twisting whatever is posted to suit their own agenda goes to.....

    Back to the thread in hand please.
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    I asked YOU to consider the differences in salary...

    I asked YOU to consider the differences in salary between USA and Aus.
    Bearing in mind that Aus has universal healthcare and therefore don't have the mandatory additional outgoings from their...
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    Not at all. You are the one comparing US and Aus...

    Not at all.
    You are the one comparing US and Aus salaries, without addressing the obvious differences.

    What's the average monthly outgoing for health insurance for a US citizen.
    There's a lot to...
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    However once you take into account major...

    However once you take into account major outgoings and differences, such as health insurance and other costs of living the picture becomes alot clearer.
    You are comparing different fruits again.
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    WHo has more million/billionaires, the serious...

    WHo has more million/billionaires, the serious skews these figures...


    You ranted about some earlier in this thread....
    These mega-corps.
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    Actually what you have just described also...

    Actually what you have just described also includes the rest of the developed world, Europe, UK and the USA.
    Much of what you describe codifies, so called, common sense behaviours for civilised...
  13. Question: Bonded

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    Yes...

    Yes...
  14. Easy enough, use your voicemail as a filter....

    Easy enough, use your voicemail as a filter.
    Don't hang up the calls, just mute and let them ring out.
    If they are, as suspected, autodialers, your number will soon drop out of the active lists.
  15. Have the callers identified themselves ? Dodgy...

    Have the callers identified themselves ?

    Dodgy texts with links are best ignored anyways.
    SO far sounds like some spam gangs have your number and are making use of it.
    Be mindful where your...
  16. More details would be useful.

    More details would be useful.
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    Jlisenbe, whatever I'm done with this discussion....

    Jlisenbe, whatever I'm done with this discussion.
    You really should get a job in politics, but avoid pedestrian crossing, once you have proven black is white.
    This isn't an either/or choice you can...
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    You are moving the goal posts with your responses...

    You are moving the goal posts with your responses making it very difficult to have a meaningful discussion.

    Over the years, the Big tech firms have been left to their own devices with very little...
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    Firstly, stop with the overly obnoxious homework...

    Firstly, stop with the overly obnoxious homework retort, it's getting tiresome. I'm not a wayward child and will not be addressed in that manner.
    Secondly, how you define social media and how the...
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    https://revive.digital/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/...

    https://revive.digital/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/social-media-graph-Worldwide-2020-1024x576.png

    /mike drop
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    There are many others in the Social media sphere,...

    There are many others in the Social media sphere, however, Facebook and twitter are the market leaders in their delivery style.
    Remember MySpace, Bebo, etc...
    Even Yahoo and AOL, back in the day.
    ...
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    Here's the relevant parts:

    Here's the relevant parts:
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    Last time of asking, please stay on topic. Yes,...

    Last time of asking, please stay on topic.
    Yes, I have removed some posts and my next action will be to close.
    You know the line, stop stomping on it.
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    In this case he's claiming 1st amendments rights,...

    In this case he's claiming 1st amendments rights, Freedom of Speech, so it does, very clearly.
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    ....And back to the matter of the thread, if you...

    ....And back to the matter of the thread, if you please.
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    https://www.theregister.com/2021/07/07/florida_man...

    https://www.theregister.com/2021/07/07/florida_man_sues_social_media/

    Snigger
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    You can't make this up

    Trump sues Twitter, Google and Facebook alleging 'censorship'





    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-57754435

    I'm not going to comment.....
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    Everyone knew those actions weren't going...

    Everyone knew those actions weren't going anywhere, the Repubs had the Senate sown up and would never allow them to succeed.
  29. Question: Herd Stupidity!

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    Can think of a number of other conspiracy/hoax...

    Can think of a number of other conspiracy/hoax messages circulating that get amplified out of all proportion by the social media echo chamber...

    I don't think these incidents correlate directly...
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    None of them were under oath at the time of these...

    None of them were under oath at the time of these comments.
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    Yes, a good point but one that doesn't grab...

    That's a great point. The selective application of standards should always be a concern. The selective outrage of the left should also be a concern.[/QUOTE]

    Yes, a good point but one that doesn't...
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    The serious backlash starts....

    Rudy Giuliani has New York law licence suspended
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-57597551

    All well and good claiming Free Speech protections, but being caught out telling...
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    Great story, bro, but completely lacking any...

    Great story, bro, but completely lacking any actual evidence.
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    My apologies, I thought the reference was in...

    My apologies, I thought the reference was in relation to Trump rather than someone else.
    I was considering it quite a fitting parallel to draw, but I was mistaken.
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    Tom, I've noticed your reference to Trump on a...

    Tom, I've noticed your reference to Trump on a number of occasions, but never really though too much about it, till now.
    I'll just leave this here: Il Duce
    And I always had you down for a...
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    Another example of US policy sticking it's nose...

    Another example of US policy sticking it's nose into something that really doesn't concern them.
    America are not the World Police and really should get their own house in order before pointing...
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    I was referring to the demand for the routers,...

    I was referring to the demand for the routers, they wont show anything, so are basically a smoke screen.
    It would be like me requesting your shoe laces.
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    I've been following this with some professional...

    I've been following this with some professional interest.
    The biggest being Cyber Ninja's complete lack of forensic auditing capabilities.
    It would appear that they have discovered a, potentially...
  39. If you are not engaging then you need to review...

    If you are not engaging then you need to review your content and placements.
    Sounds like it's just getting lost in the noise.
    What's your USP ?
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    While, technically, the Monarch holds ultimate...

    While, technically, the Monarch holds ultimate power they are merely a titular Head of State, any real power is held by the Government and Civil Service.
    They do serve a real purpose in upholding...
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    Neither as the Queen, as Head of State, is still...

    Neither as the Queen, as Head of State, is still very much alive.
    Charles is next inline, but still on hold.
    He wont be there for long either way...
  42. No rain, so it's a desert...

    No rain, so it's a desert...
  43. Question: Records

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    Good luck.

    Good luck.
  44. This isn't party political, you need to look...

    This isn't party political, you need to look beyond the pettiness to the far bigger picture.
  45. Not in a particularly good way though... I'm...

    Not in a particularly good way though...
    I'm sure there's more to come, we haven't heard the last of this..
  46. Gotta love partisanship...

    Gotta love partisanship...
  47. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/55955588 I'm sure...

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/55955588

    I'm sure some will disagree, there are, however, some really big takeaways in it.
  48. Is this really justified ? Just goes to show how...

    Is this really justified ?
    Just goes to show how far they were prepared to go.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/world-us-canada-56035299
  49. This problem is endemic, and not merely limited...

    This problem is endemic, and not merely limited to the US.
    Why have a President that can only serve 2 terms, yet the make up for the Senate doesn't change as often.
    There are some serious Long...
  50. You know as well as I do that you can't prove the...

    You know as well as I do that you can't prove the absence of a thing.
    Fraud hasn't been proven at all, certainly not on the scale as raved about since November.
    If it was THAT large then there...
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