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Just now, Inspector Lestrade said:

 

Not saying they will but many a tyrant has been toppled out of left field and unexpectedly.   

 

Not in China - any sign of rebellion or uprising would be crushed at source.

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Just now, ChinaOwl said:

 

Not in China - any sign of rebellion or uprising would be crushed at source.

 

 

And that has been said about many a tyrant. Its invertible that it will happen at some point. 

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6 minutes ago, Inspector Lestrade said:

 

 

And that has been said about many a tyrant. Its invertible that it will happen at some point. 

 

:Chansiri:

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1 minute ago, Inspector Lestrade said:

 

 

And that has been said about many a tyrant. Its invertible that it will happen at some point. 

 

The Mainland Chinese love him. Hong Kong Chinese and Taiwanese hate him. He instills ultra nationalistic pride in Mainlanders. Unless something happens to hold him back, he is going to get more and more powerful. Coronavirus should have held him back but he is managing to use the forces of propaganda to turn it into a huge powerbase win. I predict in the next few years, HK and Taiwan will lose their autonomy and be soaked up by the Beijing government. I also predict that Eleven will use political and commercial strength to become the most powerful figure on the planet. He is already turning China into a cyber dictatorship where no citizen has any freedom. His charisma just pushes China to a new level that has never been seen before. He is actually a political phenomenon that needs reining back.

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Made me a bit peckish that earlier video.

 

Don’t know whether to have marmoset soup, a fried pangolin sandwich, or rat and bat nuggets.

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3 minutes ago, ChinaOwl said:

 

The Mainland Chinese love him. Hong Kong Chinese and Taiwanese hate him. He instills ultra nationalistic pride in Mainlanders. Unless something happens to hold him back, he is going to get more and more powerful. Coronavirus should have held him back but he is managing to use the forces of propaganda to turn it into a huge powerbase win. I predict in the next few years, HK and Taiwan will lose their autonomy and be soaked up by the Beijing government. I also predict that Eleven will use political and commercial strength to become the most powerful figure on the planet. He is already turning China into a cyber dictatorship where no citizen has any freedom. His charisma just pushes China to a new level that has never been seen before. He is actually a political phenomenon that needs reining back.

 

Well if he is popular then what's the problem?  It's the will of the people.  You call it propaganda he would call it PR all a question of perspective.  

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Just now, theowlsman said:

Made me a bit peckish that earlier video.

 

Don’t know whether to have marmoset soup, a fried pangolin sandwich, or rat and bat nuggets.

 

 

The marmoset soup is so moreish 

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46 minutes ago, ChinaOwl said:

 

I am not over there and there are no wumao dang lurking all over Owlstalk which makes discussion of the subject more comfortable.

............aren't you forgetting about Huawei and their determination to have tentacles everywhere?

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25 minutes ago, Inspector Lestrade said:

 

Well if he is popular then what's the problem?  It's the will of the people.  You call it propaganda he would call it PR all a question of perspective.  

 

Will of the people is awesome. .  It made the UK great again

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25 minutes ago, theowlsman said:

Made me a bit peckish that earlier video.

 

Don’t know whether to have marmoset soup, a fried pangolin sandwich, or rat and bat nuggets.

Snake surprise anyone?

 

 

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3 minutes ago, darklord said:

 

Will of the people is awesome. .  It made the UK great again

 

  Its always been great

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UTO.

 

Thinking of everybody.

 

Stay well, keep up the Wednesday love and good humour!

 

Drink your beer, look after your families, look after your friends, help our  older folk, those who are unwell, and those who need help, stick together everybody. Love football.

 

Image result for owls and animals together images

 

 

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About the potential EFL points deduction....

 

If we have committed an offence and are subject to sanction...

 

and if the season is called off...

 

it would surely make sense to reduce the penalty and pro-rata it to match the proportion of the season completed?

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Voting for player of month should be interesting, one 5-0 defeat. :duntmatter:

 

I'm undecided who to vote for. lol

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Police will be able to detain infected people and schools could be forced to stay open under a package of powers being announced next week to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.

 

Emergency laws to help to limit the spread of the virus will be introduced after the number of people infected in Britain rose by 200 in 24 hours to 798.

 

The measures, seen by The Times, will also let councils lower standards in care homes to deal with staff shortages.

 

The legislation, which ministers intend to push through parliament in two weeks, will equip the government to deal with the disease.

 

Ministers believe that the virus will infect the majority of the population, and the laws will stay in place for two years.

 

The government will be given the power to halt “any vehicle, train, vessel or aircraft”.

 

Ministers will be able to close ports if there are “insufficient resources” to retain border security through customs and immigration officers falling sick.
 

There are further measures to speed up cremations and burials. “In a reasonable worst-case scenario the death management industry will be rapidly overwhelmed,” the government said in a draft.

 

“There is a significant gap in body storage requirements to ensure we are prepared for the reasonable worst-case scenario.”

 

 

Next week Boris Johnson will follow Scotland and Ireland by banning gatherings of more than 500 people, including football matches, concerts and festivals.

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With the game not on, I have decided to go Alfreton Town v Brackley.

 

They now have a pitch inspection at 10:30 🤦‍♂️

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9 hours ago, F. Spiksley said:

UTO.

 

Thinking of everybody.

 

Stay well, keep up the Wednesday love and good humour!

 

Drink your beer, look after your families, look after your friends, help our  older folk, those who are unwell, and those who need help, stick together everybody. Love football.

 

Image result for owls and animals together images

 

 

 

And don’t eat Owls.

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1 hour ago, @owlstalk said:

Police will be able to detain infected people and schools could be forced to stay open under a package of powers being announced next week to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.

 

Emergency laws to help to limit the spread of the virus will be introduced after the number of people infected in Britain rose by 200 in 24 hours to 798.

 

The measures, seen by The Times, will also let councils lower standards in care homes to deal with staff shortages.

 

The legislation, which ministers intend to push through parliament in two weeks, will equip the government to deal with the disease.

 

Ministers believe that the virus will infect the majority of the population, and the laws will stay in place for two years.

 

The government will be given the power to halt “any vehicle, train, vessel or aircraft”.

 

Ministers will be able to close ports if there are “insufficient resources” to retain border security through customs and immigration officers falling sick.
 

There are further measures to speed up cremations and burials. “In a reasonable worst-case scenario the death management industry will be rapidly overwhelmed,” the government said in a draft.

 

“There is a significant gap in body storage requirements to ensure we are prepared for the reasonable worst-case scenario.”

 

 

Next week Boris Johnson will follow Scotland and Ireland by banning gatherings of more than 500 people, including football matches, concerts and festivals.

 

 

As mentioned previously, I’ve already calculated the number of deaths at just over half a million. That’s just the UK. And that’s just for the current strain of the virus, which may mutate as they often do.

 

UK Population 66,500,000. 

80% infection rate.

1% death rate.

 

Death is the business to be in over the next few years. Forget burials and gatherings for funerals. My guess is cremations only on a conveyor belt basis.

 

Not understanding why people aren’t getting this, but fully understanding why this site now needs to evolve to talk about more important things than football.

 

The world has radically changed overnight. This site will have an increasing role to play in maintaining spirits, a feeling of togetherness, providing support, and encouraging people to help others out. The same applies to all other online communities.

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Definitely

 

We are here now to keep everyone updated, in good spirits, friendly and together and kind.

 

If everyone can help us out by being kind to each other during these stressful times that would be ace

 

 

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