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El Miz leaving…
at 19:10 25 May 2022

Not particularly bothered. If he does go I wish the best for him, but he's not filled me with confidence for the struggle ahead.
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£66 a month extra on fuel come October
at 17:13 25 May 2022

We'll see in 2024
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Madeira.
at 17:12 25 May 2022

Yet another post about cake pretending to be something else... smh
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Cauley Woodrow - good fit?
at 18:48 24 May 2022

I dont disagree, but I have to add another name when I wax lyrical about Ryan Hardie or else people will think I have an OriginalMightyPness for him
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£66 a month extra on energy bills come October
at 18:41 24 May 2022

We all know they will have something magical in their 2024 manifesto, something they could do now, but wont.
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Cauley Woodrow - good fit?
at 18:40 24 May 2022

Is he really any better than Ryan Hardie and Cole Stockton? I have a hard time thinking that he is. He's always been a low scorer season on season. Whilst I am all about strikers like Jackson who create scoring chances more than scoring - we really don't need another.

Unless we get him for relative peanuts, it's a solid pass for me.
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Youroccasional reminder that crypto/NFT's/etc are a scam..
at 18:38 24 May 2022

Honestly, Tim Berners-Lee's 'one web for all' was doomed as soon as commercial interests popped up - but it remains a fallacy that people want to apply to anything. There isn't a lot wrong with blockchain technology, but there is a lot wrong with the vast number of sharks swimming in those waters.

I am not a ludite in any way shape or form, but I can't deny that there is a lot broken with blockchain right now - and total freedom wont make it any better any time soon.
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£66 a month extra on fuel come October
at 18:34 24 May 2022

It will be interesting to see how people respond to this. This very well could be a "people power" moment in our history. Maybe not like the poll tax riots, but it certainly feels like discontent is brewing... which is handy as we all know the tea wont be this winter.
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If the actions of the PM have upset you
at 16:28 24 May 2022



What's not to love...
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Youroccasional reminder that crypto/NFT's/etc are a scam..
at 16:25 24 May 2022

Every example you gave had a set of standards to adhere to in order to be successful. That is the key issues with NFT and Crypto - standards are transient, and the curators often have little to lose.

Any one of us on TWTD could set up an NFT or Crypto with little overhead. When you have little overhead - the risk is squarely on the investors.

NFT and Crypto can work, in more cases Crypto does better at this then NFT. At the moment the NFT arena is full of 'mint and run' schemes. These need to be reigned in, or else the only people who will really benefit from NFT are the big companies that already have sh*t loads of money.

Both crypto coin and NFTs started out as a 'for the people' type system, but as time goes on the blockchain is swinging towards the pockets of those who are already fat off of conventional currency.
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If the actions of the PM have upset you
at 15:34 24 May 2022

Hanging on to hopes of landing peerage I would imagine.
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If the actions of the PM have upset you
at 15:27 24 May 2022

With any luck he'd reply with an abusive email that would look mighty nice in a newspaper.
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If the actions of the PM have upset you
at 14:58 24 May 2022

Don't forget to email your local constituent, regardless of party, and let them know how you feel. It doesn't take much to shoot off an email and politely express your opinion, and you never know - it may help unsettle an MP into asking some tough questions.
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Some interesting names on here...
at 14:05 24 May 2022

Good to see the people of Archant have taken my Ryan Hardie scoop.
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Youroccasional reminder that crypto/NFT's/etc are a scam..
at 13:20 24 May 2022

There in lies the first mistake - you don't own the image. You own an address that points to an image - in a way, it is like you don't own a house but you own the address associated with the house.
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Youroccasional reminder that crypto/NFT's/etc are a scam..
at 13:17 24 May 2022

Not strictly true - Crypto and NFT are very good for getting rid of excess coal or oil.
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So who was taking all these photos then?
at 13:14 24 May 2022

Whoever was working the Ring doorbells that night probably thought their ship had come in.
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All eyes on Chirewa next season then...
at 13:06 24 May 2022

Downes is not really what I would consider an elite player, yet. Besides, he was integrated into the team and sold as a senior player rather than a youth player, so he barely counts in my opinion.
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Youroccasional reminder that crypto/NFT's/etc are a scam..
at 12:22 24 May 2022

BANK = Bloody Arseholes Nicking Kash
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Youroccasional reminder that crypto/NFT's/etc are a scam..
at 11:09 24 May 2022

Generally speaking, crypto currency seems to have a bit more intent to be genuine. You can guarantee a scam with crypto currency when parties are trying to prey on gambling habits from would-be investors. One thing we know now, that most of us knew in the beginning, is that the biggest appeal to crypto will be its biggest enemy - lack of centralization and regulation.

NFTs usually end up being total scams with many cases of 'mint and run' tactics that prey on people's FOMO. This is a shame as NFTs could have a lot of legitimate and creative uses in the future, but how they work now is just silly. You are essentially buying an address to point to something - but you don't own that something.
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