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Curious layman

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Curious layman last won the day on August 2 2020

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  1. Do you think it will happen? Is Biden weak, do you think the Democrats need to be more aggressive? Been inspired by this: https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/other/joe-biden-says-his-hands-are-tied-on-a-2415-minimum-wage-thats-not-true/ar-BB1e6X8x?ocid=BingNews
  2. Lol, I feel ya bro. I agree with beecee, first three answers are good for an amateur. If you do try to understand the technical stuff, Swansont is the person to stick with. No offence to the others, but Swansont is top dog around here.
  3. Photos? You won't find the help you need on this site I'm afraid. Good luck with the future buddy.
  4. When I was in school in the 90s we used it a lot. Gay boy, queer, poofter (pronounced 'puff'), faggot, bender. I only hear faggot now days. And this is rare. Usually by racists or outright homophobes.
  5. Not everyone says 'gay' as an insult to gay people. I say 'mate' a lot, as in 'alright mate', I don't think we're mates its just a habit I've picked up. I'm not defending it, but there's a difference between saying , "man, that's gay" and outright calling someone a faggot. I understand why someone would be offended by both of them, but context is important here. I support gay marriage, but don't automatically assume people who don't are homophobic.
  6. But what about people who aren't from China but have had contact with someone who is? You can't quarantine everyone, far too many people.You'd do more damage than good.
  7. Just to clarify, I was referring to Scottish independence not disagreements over Covid. I'm on your side in this discussion. My fault.
  8. 18 once on the first lap twice on laps 2-9 once on the last lap.
  9. According to whom? You act like the west is squeaky clean. We're responsible for just as much of the bad things in the world as anyone else. There are plenty of people who think countries like Britain and America are run by tyrants. We negotiate with terrorists all the time. The IRA, FARC, Taliban...
  10. Lol 😁 Im on iPad. I hit the circle and no matter where I hit it, it goes green. Not that I want to down vote anyone, just curious.
  11. What's with the grey circles? Are we not allowed to down vote anyone anymore.
  12. Just a thought, but If this were true, wouldn't the same thing happen on planes? I know you said thousands of miles per hour, but wouldn't the same effect happen at slower speeds.
  13. Quite a lot. The WHO has played a leading role in several public health achievements, most notably the eradication of smallpox, the near-eradication of polio, and the development of an Ebola vaccine. Its current priorities include communicable diseases, particularly HIV/AIDS, Ebola, COVID-19, malaria and tuberculosis; non-communicable diseases such as heart disease and cancer; healthy diet, nutrition, and food security; occupational health; and substance abuse. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_Health_Organization You seem to be confusing the World Health Organisation for th
  14. It's their uses that excite me. The advances in tech. So there's nothing we can do with them, well that's an anti climax.
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