Morrissey Central: "It's Finally Happening" and "Street Art" (January 6, 2020)

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Famous when dead, Jan 7, 2020.

By Famous when dead on Jan 7, 2020 at 2:42 AM
  1. Famous when dead

    Famous when dead Vulgarian Moderator

    Dec 7, 2000
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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Famous when dead, Jan 7, 2020.

    1. Anonymous
      I hope people realise that was a dig at the award and the actors Ricky Gervais style. Been a terrible few days for Israel and jews in general exposed for killing a terrorist portrayed as a national hero and then all their actors got called out for what they really are.

      Hollywood and Israel are licking their wounds and the americans need to find real royals to replace those actors with that only served as gala and award replacements for those with real blue blood.

      America is once again the laughing stock of the world but never forget that Hollywood is and always will be a british invention. Hitchcock and Chaplin and countless others gave the americans tinsel town as once again another "american" invention is anything but american.

      The outSOURcing americans need a new sorcerer and even a new emperor cause every american is now naked.
    2. Anonymous
      Weak bones are even more scary. Doctors say millennials have rubber bones. Hip replacements will be all too common.
    3. Ketamine Sun
      Ketamine Sun

      Great news !!!

      VIA MOZ !!!

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    4. everyday
      Yeah, totally. Every time I see a doctor they tell me I’m made of rubber and only eating a cow could fix it. Not just when I go in to get my hips replaced either, even when they see me on the streets.
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    5. Anonymous
      I'm not a veggie or vegan, but watching that dairy vid made me feel uncomfortable.
      I was ignorant, & unaware of this sort of thing bcos it just wasn't on my radar...why would it be?
      The attractive woman presenting these vids lured me in...base reaction I know, but it worked, job done to some extent, I'm male after all.
      It then led me to google her: Erin Janus, which in turn led me to more vids; then I saw this one on the egg industry (link below). It runs about 21 mins, but yet again, I knew nothing about this stuff.

      Today has been a day of enlightenment.
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    6. Anonymous
      Don't worry about that. 5G will have killed them before they need hip replacements. 60 more sattelites launched yesterday, and the same twice a month for the foreseeable future. 5G satellites orbiting the earth in grid pattern.
      But never mind, they've got their Smart TV PROGRAMMES.
    7. !Viva Hate!
      !Viva Hate!
      Morrissey: “it’s finally happening!”

      It isnt.
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    8. Lionsy
      My doctor is so worried about jelly bones he hands out cow bites to kids instead of lolly pops
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    9. !Viva Hate!
      !Viva Hate!
      My doctor rubbed my breasts in front of his Indian intern. Apparently this is how you check for allergies.
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    10. Lionsy
      Well... did he find any?
    11. !Viva Hate!
      !Viva Hate!
      He told me I need to pay $1000 for more comprehensive testing and then he charged me $80 for the breast massage and a pack of 5 Allegra.
    12. Lionsy
      ‘that’s a really expensive boob massage!

      The only worrying visit I’ve had to my GP was when he spent a good 30 seconds trying to convince me I’d broken a rib a few weeks ago, before apologising and saying he had the wrong patient up on his PC. How many other times has he got that wrong and given me antibiotics for cholera or something and I just nodded and left the room!
    13. !Viva Hate!
      !Viva Hate!
      I think maybe my doctor was once a gigolo.

      Maybe he was just having a joke? Like one time I went to the doctor and they said everything looks good and I said really? And then they said no you have a heart murmur.
    14. Anonymous
      Yes, Erin is fantastic.

      If you really want to know the truth, I recommend that you watch Dominion. It's real footage into Australian (supposedly high welfare) factory farms. It's a difficult film to watch, but, as Gary Yourofsky said, "If it's not good enough for your eyes, why is it good enough for your stomach?".

      If it interests you, here's one of my favorite speeches on this subject by CosmicSkeptic:

      Also, Earthling Ed made a campaign recently called Dismantle Dairy in which he filmed the brutality of slaughterhouses.

      Here are some speeches of his:
      This one's a part of his Dismantle Dairy campaign/tour.

      And this one is his TED talk.
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    15. ACTON
      That's why I never go to the doctor. Waste of money that I could spend on vinyl.
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    16. Anonymous
      There's no difference in bone density between vegans, vegetarians, and meat-eaters.

      However, milk consumption increases your risk of prostate cancer by 68%.
      If you drink milk daily as an adolescent, it increases your risk of prostate cancer by 302%.

      I think prostate cancer is pretty scary, don't you?
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    17. Hovis Lesley
      Hovis Lesley
      You wouldn’t get many copies of It’s Over, for your cash.
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    18. ACTON
      A doctor here costs around €60. Just to tell you what you already know. Useless. I'd rather buy a record that skips than subsidise a BMW for a fraud.
    19. Hovis Lesley
      Hovis Lesley
      I have private medical insurance (through no fault of my own). Having experienced it and seen its cost and inefficiency, it always raises a smile when some on here are disparaging about the NHS.

      Having said that, the £12 I saw being charged (at HMV) for Morrissey’s new single is eye watering.
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